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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I U KY ISil I AMuRicAN fa r 0i 74l JI- J a VOLUME XXVLNO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURrY JUNE i71911 PRICE FIVE CENTS iItjoYFUi Ceremonies Attended the Ce I bration ofYoung Priests Masses Young LevltcB Officiate at Sn cred Heart and Sf Pauls Eloquent Preacher Front East Delivers Splendid Discourse f11 MORE LABORERS IN VINEYARD Sacred Heart church was filled to overflowing last Sunday toy friends relatives and members of the congregation who assembled to attend the celebration of the first mass of Rev Father John M Abell The ceremonies began at 10 oclock the same hour and while the ceremonies were In progress a similar event was being conducted in i the East End St Pauls church wh the Rev Father Joseph McAleer celebrating his first mass These two young priests with the R Father Jacob Rahm of Stith fA n were ordained by the Right Rev Blshop Chartrand at St MeimradstheAbbey in Indiana last Saturday The services at Sacred Be church were very elaborate The altars were tastefuly decorated brilliantly illuminated the tuary was filled with clergy from the other parishes and from other dio ceses Promptly at 10 oclock the procession entered the church fn the school house A crossbearer led the way Behind him came fifty or more little girls In white go and Veils Next came the altar boys and the clergy Bringing up rear were the young priest Fatherthe Abell and his assistant priest Father E M Bachman The mass began at once The Rev Dr Jam Coyle of Taunton Mass was dea JJuncleRev Father Jacob Rahm master of ceremonies The choir under theby direction of Miss McDermott rendered appropriate music The to of course was solemn highIAt the gosselEke JtevDr J Coyle preached In part his germ- was as follows Perhaps the text most suited forI an occasion of this kind will be this from Holy David He filled them with bread from heaven He I the rock and the waters penedII rivers ran down the dry and as the fragment of an angels song are these sublime words from the chastened lips of the prophet It is I the language of thanksgiving and prophecy The prodigies of the d ofII ert the tolls of the Saviour the at t emnlty of today are here pointed a- r i i beautiful beyond the loftiest eon V Mon He filled them says the pn1i I mourner with bread from heaven I Who has accomplished this mare 1 Whoso word whose prayer whose pwer has converted the home of Omnipotent Into a granary I nty for a starving world That RIUes in the desert of Christ In t cAnacle and of the priest at the altarshy T 4 e sands of the desert saw the type the cenacle and the altar the redllty TA touch of Aarons rod and the frowning ledge gives birth to a co tag sprIng A few words from t Ups V f the priest and the tired heart g1dad toii henrbelow ti a pilgrimage a pla I j throughwasteof ai a more than Moses Christs rep sentatlve a priest Worldly wls J J dom may scoff at his prerogati Giandpriest bears all smiles at it all since his sole aim la Gods glory and of mans salvation This is the shield that blunts the shafts aimed by hu man malice This Is the vantage ground whence he proclaims I am here because of Godsjoaridate Go teach all nations Ale speaks and Infinite wisdom Becomes a little child and twejv fishermen from the shores pC Lake Galilee armed with thisI ford alone go forth and onjjUieTrthe world The wladom ofor pnJloBophers the eloquence of ators the force of armies the strength of nations are powerless to cope with twelve unlettered fisher men Strike them on the face buffet them calumniate Crucify them their actions are yet heard and will ring adown the ages ever wini nlng a glorious harvest You are here brethren for t first mass of a young and new tpili a new warrior in the ranks of t crucified He has come like Master from the sweet abode of semi lIEnotyoung priNt prlwt hood of almost a century befit him Fattier Coyle came from Taunton Mass a distance of 1100 mlle to j preach at thef1N1t mama of thatt- nepheK of hisjfrlead and ciaimlma tai n FatAbelltherlI j to aulat t We flrit jnaae of classmate Father Jacob Rahm jb4i DWYIRMORGAN Mrs MsJgamt Dwyer bas lueued j e anaeu tile appresob- lrrW 1iI of tlnr daugter uIH or tMaraarefi to Jaaetle O ALlorti r 0 Morgan The wedding swill be sol emnized at St Cecilias church at 6 oclock on the morning of Wednesday June 21 Aftel July 26 sir and I 81364Iend has been much admired in so circles Mr Morgan is a veteran member of Mackln Council and of the latest to desert its Bachel Club He is the office manager for Thompson 8 Company the well known Main street grain dealers The friends of both young peo of1l1arrled MADRID Is fully Prepared For the Great Eucharistic Congress The Eucharistic Congress of 11 will be held In Madrid Spalnand the period fixed for the celebration Is from June 26 to June 29 On Sunday June 25 mass will be e4 brated at the Cathedral and Monday June 26 there will be Pontifical mass In the open air folaced lowed by a procession of the Dle Sacrament through the city viAtthe great square In front of the RoyalPalace and Catholics from all parts of the world will assist at the foJlowingero heIII delegawaswill visit the quaint old city of ineycelebrated according to heI mozarblc rite The next day Is fixed for a visit to the monastery palace of Escorlal to be followed by acartrament In the chapel there IdPerhaps it may not be generally known that the Idea of International maKthe devout mind of a French lady Madame Tamlsler who dled at lomlless than three months before the great Eucharistic Congress at Montreal flywascommunicant from childhood and an Bithehappiness of seeing her de realized for the first time by EucharIstic Congress of Lille in thenI ment there appeared small hope of an event Madame TamisJJ 5 have waited much longer fore seeing the adoption of her plan the Holy See except for the per sonal representation made to Leo ISXIII by three zealous Frenchmen the saintly M Phlllbert Vrau M I Damas and the Superlor1genjeral1gf itthe ssumptlonlsfugustlnlans Pere Picard who went to Rome and I 1laid their request at the feet of the I Holy Father I IAMEIUCANS Ordained In Rome I I Venerable Cardinal Resplshl Cardlndnal Rosplghl administered the sacrament of holy orders to a large class of Americans The Rev Thomas Scani ordainelYed deacon The following young men were ordained priests ofPaul Drovnlak John Ford John Fa i ofbuand Irving Gifford of Boston Thomas Carroll James Flanagani James Rogers and ChrletopfrMolloy of Brooklyn Naraara of Baltimore Eugene fitolheSeattle Martin Cavanagh of New York and John Hennessy of Dubuque Iowa The followlg Americans revel LikcoRevs Thomas Canty John Ford and Moses Killey of Chicago Francs reKeenan and John Rogers of Brook lyn Richard HaberJln Joseph lhirh InYeefford of Boston Eugene Burke of Newark N J Bernard McNamara Baltimore and John Senefeld and Charles White of Grand Rapidsd MOTHERS FIKST 1 Fifteen Young Priests Bestow Blessings After OrdinationS Archbishop Farley ordained fit InStlast Saturday morning and at t rkhe t same time raised nineteen o MdI alSeminary ceThetEsolemn afhe1 day oreI theorning when a light luncheon served them in the Cathedral C III After that the young priests ed Into the assembly room to MI f bidCHARITY WAS SECRET One ofthe largest iunwals WIthhoeArUturu5herldaIL 1 f tht Anclaat Order of Bibmaps but had never bean to pub lie t1 Ilf4 At the M1BeUmeJ1eh1id aarad himself to the poor of otMOIIrifYj t ftveti+tar twrII tj1 Ji I XAVERIANS eCDialo logo Under Auspices oa 13151101era Jllght Rev Denis ODbunglme leNiil Give Boys n Good Education 1 College Will Be Best Equipped Institution hi the Entire I State as1lleHistoric St Joseph College Mon J Bardstown this State is to be Tea opened this fall and wl11be niductedunder the of the olThella The college will open on bio lday1 September 11 In order th the regular course of studies may iIn operation as early as possible i Important that prospective t I suteaParents and guardians who have theI I I terest of their boys and wards at heart should earnestly consider ti claims ot the rejuvenated St Jo sepha College Complete inform tion will be furnished by communiIi t I eating with the Rev Brother Dlretcor at St Josephs CollegeI Bardstown Ky The Xaverlans not unknown CentuckyI In America Is Indigenous to its soTand Its ranks have been largely re crafted from this State RebeBrother Isidore who Is head of order In America was born andhe raised in Louisville The late lllus I trlous Archbishop Spalding wh shop of Louisville was lnatr mentallln the fo4hehalf a century they have labored 1 e moral betterment and Iin tellectuaU Improvement of the youth of Louisville and vicinity cibeJ life faithful to the Interests of their alma mater which are but a counterpart of those of holy mother church St Josephs College will have three departments Uie academic the comm rclal and rho colte k t l Tl ecoursefft8tudles has been adapted to the standards proposed by the Catholic Educational Association In each department the study of Christian doctrine will be a most Important feature English Latin history mathematics grammar German drawing elocution physics 1 embracebJ course- In addition to the aforenamedI t studies the commercial department twill include civil government beekeeping k phonography typewriting commercial law and penmanship To all these the collegiate course will add chemistry biology astronomy and zoology The young man who finishes the courses at St Josephs will be well prepared to meet the world At present there are four buildings the college property The main ilding will contain residence for the faculty reception rooms dlni rooms play halls and bath and toilet for the students Separates om the main building is a three story structure which has been 1 ted up for class rooms study halls library and reading room ar This building la to be known asi is Flaget Hall A large and beautifulI Mivedewise a commodious kitchen All the buildings have been thor oughly rntedandchanges made I suitable to the times A plant toi the buildings by steam has beeni stalled the boiler room separate from the other buildings while ccbathscc St Josephs will be the be i equipped and most uptodate educ ale tloiial Instjtutlop for boys In tb State perhaps In the entire South i BIG RECEIPTS Charles Bazar Commit tee Has Made Final Report Striert aneal menta of awards at the re bazar The Executive Commit his reported that the net rreceipts amounted to 14533 The follow awards were made on the comblna Lion books we bfarohra oat stove W D Watson parlor rocker f ss Laufa Rito four tons PUts coal Mrs Kate Gorman per Sajlle Bolder Axminter rug GFHlld loather Turkish chair V Swlnoher fourpiece sliver tea set booinK k ald V TpeprzerwfMlers for the sale of e greatest numbac 9ruekets were follow I IPJOferJ10 awrerlstsfed who at the largest maturnr ot funtW TlMi following a w JNki ware alw spy mad at the mMthllOWM dinn r D t I I I I set Samuel SUIchUds dress Miss J2nos centferft piece Virginia Rsebaby doll W J Murphy fancy piece lIark Ryan brass bed Rev PhUadyi Mothers range jj- l VIginplctureelk plotuTelJolin auraghty br- edb F A Geh4 xy handpainted placquet B W btinlay Rev C RaffOs picture Mts T Gorar- debutante doll Anton E Weber pony Ben Schne pJ piano Con Savapeif SURPRISED 1j Alert Captain of Seven tensCeitnIY Got a Shackr 3 tmLife but it is rarely that one daaa much surprised was Capt Prank Bundschu No 17 Engin Company wh thelengineI TlIe Captain was t rty years old butonhe had the appetite of a youth O- neteen f so he weiit home and fed youngvandlagsmall and talljtto the number of veral hundred d assembled wietreachedIilemoveItj thatuwas toy to candles 4 lt that there Va some one tivo Ins on him Befor he could expr Paterick T Sullivan g hoed him told him all about rho perils of a fi mans life expressed the wish fhatStwhen he arrived atJthe great fire I Peter would recognize his badge as a member of the si profession a Knightsin of j charm I Capt Frank wen down and outtt here was no smoke no incense wan Slat overcome I After he h Head t gun to realIze Wat Md happen cci i stooped over kissed his dearE mother and en Jus wife I dlsnI nelghbu If tbyj anl r 1 and lavfII of Aandwic rand lemonade wlthl music and dancClyde jIng thrown In Frtende of Captt I Bundschu from every section of theII ty participated In this gala eventC UNITED IRELAND JL u Greeted Members of Irish rIr T P OConnor one of Hon John E Redmonds lieutenants In theI House of Commons who is now tour Ing his native land writes I I visited Ireland last week andI was astounded at the universality of the enthusiasm of the receptionOIrishmen whq from Great Britain by Cork City a mendl the surrounding country Though PBrien held a rival convention there was not one unpleasant incident I Nearly 10000 people met us l the train and conducted us to aLthe hotel amid scenes of indescribable enthusiasm The speeches were made from the same window of thetI same room from which Parnell oftenI spoke in the old days A trip along the River Lee on Sunday brought ningbanks for miles AU were cheerlnglI and even the people In the sinal boats stopped to cordially greet the representatives of the united party OBrlenlsm still persists in cer taln sections of County Cork but It dying rapidly All rumors as to dissensions between the Liberal nisters and the Irish leaders are absurd Negotiations at close quar ters have mot yet even started but have no doubt everything will be arranged satisfactorily even finance which is the crux of the new homeA rule bill l BIG PICNICI i I I With Handsome Prizes For Benefit of St Leos Church The of St Leotlcongrega prtlonfor a picnic on the church lawn grAugustJohn J Fitzgeralds jubilee year the members of the parish wIll strive make this the most momentous a clotl event ever attempted In relandwill be used to decrease the char debt Father Fitzgerald expects allculture1 friends in Louisville to aid In making the picnic a success Com bination Jbooks with the best prizes ever offered will be on male next LoekSt Leos parish will be five years oJdln August It Is growing mtesdl onknowsTtthQiIChim understand that he has labored InVheld ANNOUNCES CANDroAQY was and Hon Samuel LR01tertsonbae and FaJilmI ftyfirst Lagtetetlva distrkt hJok comprises the JIleveMi1 sadI 181Roti4IriMRJHdt1 he iMt tMlon ef Dm Gen ralAtida waWr It 1le tot 1I1i11t7 t+V will Jra ve bY gppowttba for11weiasrti leot- 1oml UjJIr Dt u 1 I IHARVEST I BassI Rim and Crop Is Very IIGrent Colleges and Academies Are fow Busy With Closing Exercisesr Catholic Schools Teach lout the Necessity ot Sell Sacriiicc MAen I The commencement season is now manyleSe It that was sown years ago Is now reaped only to be replanted as I schoolsego out to reform the world sorrow they will discover that the world Is a refractory creaturo and objects to bits and curbs Thu CathollilGI I thrksen oq d desires thalonlyby example can istheXavier College at Second and fortysevenStannual commencement exercises anddTuesday nights There are so many students that It Is absolutely necessary to hold the commencements I two different nights to the friends and relatives of the boys tilargesteight young men They are Paul C RsWillTC DIeruf Henry G Devlnney GatesreishenA Graven Jrvln J Grant RaymondHaragan ge J F Hoffmann Anthony C King Vln cent J Klapheke Leo J Klarcr Joseph C Iuebert Eugene W yceTheRaymond C Lenihan Richard C OhlgachlagGeorge er C WSclachte 1 t Scully JQseB NShoaRlchard IltkShelly John H Stark Andrew G t Thome Eugene C Thompson JolmII W Vopslck James L Walsh George WrocklageIunder the direction I of ProtoC Kolross will vie with theII vocal classes In rendering the each evening William C Diertit I will deliver the saluatory and Johnand Stark will be the valedictorian orlIJesse W Shea and George F Hoff mann On Monday evening thff Rev Chatexercises with an address and will confer certificates on the younger boys On Tuesday evening Rev Father John T Hill of the class of 1886 will deliver the alumni address and the degrees and diplomas will be conferred by the J ght Rev Bishop ODonaghue The eightieth annual commence ment exercises of Presentation Acad emy were held in the academy auditorium Fourth and Breckin fdayfI crowns were conferred by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue Tihethe I graduates were Misses Mary Ma folaryf coterredn M Keyer Anna M King Frances M Gebre Arietta M Pik Marie A Schleman Catherine Shea Louise E Smith Margaret M Smith CsplendidpresenedImencement exercises of Holy Rosa audit school on Wednesday morning Tho han was thronged with parents friends of those who took part andII ogramme was delightful wereon no year Rev conterrhonors ed er danceos wethe chthrough all shone the spring taro andJlII I of Mother Francesca and Dominicnunstoo an otlthI l kind so this year It was held at St uis Bertrand Hall The commencement exercises ot1I bfetcAry no t morning The graduates y1andy1 exercises of Academy were OH Wednesday The occasion graced by the presence of maids matron from allover the South hest Mrs James McKenna ofthirfield Ky presided at the tutee t of the Alauian Association The eightyninth annual com Pt mencemeat of 8ti Catherine of Academy was held at the nyar ttprltleldklmeK uejj Tie dlpleflUM were conferred Uie Revfstisr C4t KeO Mgk 1 Time israduitaa were Mlmess tll h CuVraa AMo Fr 1- tl U c Tlmony Esther M Cozatt Mary Wagner Catherine Loughran s Catherine Murphy 1 I PROTOTYPE I Of Archbishop Ireland Is Bishop Brindle of England NottinghamEngland I seventyfourI I wasIonliemission work at Plymouth he began his career army chaplain In 1874IHe had first experience of war In Egyptian campaign in 1882 when I was the first chaplain to arrive at heNYIncludingbattles andIlnI I boats of the Royal Irish Regime the regiment which won the pr tobotheItwasIsGlnnTo8Si ice at Colchester and Aldershbt In 1896 he went on the Dongola ex meIcn holera was In the camp At Don gola he successfully took a gunboat Into action compilerthe of t soldiers of the English army wh otilin I an I ended In 1899 In March of thatEyear he was consecrated titularII Bishop of Hermopolis Major and InMrJ Nto Iethet who received Into the Catholic church in 1906 Queen Victoria of Spain WANT CONVENTION Catholic Order of Forest ssera Will Be Invited HeretI second Kentucky State c ventlon of the tlForestersTuesday and Wednesday On Tues cjbled+ preceeded to tgechtirchw the Rev Father JOe first business session followed fthe1terWnedbDutchetcThe second days meeting u held at St Anthonys school hallI prior to the morning session 1 attended mass for the repose of souls of deceased members of t order The next State conventt will be held alr IilowingI H G Relneke Covington Ste- ief Ranger S O Hubbuch Louis ville Vice Chief SMelmannSecretaryV1j Treasurer Dr R E Sullivan i I LpulsvUle Andrew Schmidt Dayton of tlVUusCrHand Dr C A Edelen Louisville a I James E Neville Newport AlternatoSl I SlDelegatesThe delegates to the lnternatto- nvention w were Instructed to don alletheir power to bring the lion to Louisville in 1913 slInganature of banquet and theaterql DurIIngI 1 rawast for DAMEAHonors and De grees on Notable ryCIas3 arid Degrees and honors were awarded caatStIf the list of honorary degrees was a11resPondlnglYThe degree of Doctor of Sc1 chwasthsephthat of Doctor of Laws went to NowIL OfpaOttawam1NelsonThe Bachelor of Laws and Ba eh elor of Letters degrees are especls heavy and the first special honor t Quan gold medal for the lalI accompanied by a cr4money SaJothe WANT SAENGERFESTthe When the National held at Milwaukee durIn the loft topartbeLoulsvJllew11lthe next meeting be held Loulevllle BvioulsvllJesthe leading JiHimers of looall em pojIagDOKKeBawnllrtenC Nautzel WliWelffVIEehAfuplkr- na WMILAIRaid 0 Won the Nomination for Railroad Commissioner Over Ills Opponents 9- usSad Silent and Dark Were Uio Del gates in McCrearys Presence 1 Surprise In Store for First Post Bet astors in Gubernatorial RACOheI JUDGE OREARS RIG BURDEN LexingIze theheCommissioner In the Second Railroad district of Kentucky His nominationwas made by acclamation at the rv convention held at the Masonic The MrKlslr217 votes or more than enough to secure his nomination Ho had op tposition its is true but the opposl = seenthatcarry through byhPKimballCantmyeulogies of living men are spoken than was his tribute to Billy Klair Kimball told how he first bet came Interested In Mr Klalr when latter was a barefoot boy selling 1 newspapers to support himself and smaUerbrotJhers hasbeenofLexingtonture for twelve years and will begame If elected Railroad Commissioner Ho predicted that If Mr Klalr were nominated and elected abletoabilityThe by atootIfmany rendered the pea countybyfollowed It was a great- persQ1lI2lc Dry for KlaIr h senarorrMcCreary attended the con otna speech He allowed to pass unnoticed save poInthim snnbshimImachineh torewasr i pramfeesOneteStateiconventionYand handshakes were for Addams F What does this portend Big surprises are In store for some a those wise guys who are watching gubernatorial race Mr Mc eam is toeing ground everywhere makingndrfrJendsof the McCreary machine mennexpected to a city Job tor and who believe that an liP Safetyosn private snap and carry tenure for life with power to be to posterity One development this week Is the retirement of W M Smith from the for the Democratic nomination Lieutenant Governor Mr Smith had Western Kentucky and the Louisville city administration be hind him He gave good and suffi dent reasons for his inability to make a thorough canvass of the State prior ItO the primary This leaves the race for Lieutenant Governor open to Hon E J McDermott James P Edwards Mr McDer moth has been conducting an active mpaign In various parts of the and has been cordially re wherever he went llrEdtoo has been campaigning u1Wc0 hisC8to win other hand Mr McDermotts ad WoW8J W Newman of Woodford Lcounty la con uctlngan active cam for the nomination for Com = of Agriculture Here In Louisville Mr Newman Is being Councilman11y alsoh00JlaborMr In the spent of a Demo victory this fall Councilman has assurances that he will Vbf next State Labor Inspector Apropos of the Governors race Republicans In Louisville do not want ORear The Democrats be 0 manercn l that Judge QRear has an old ntUeinhefoulavilleeheq emsgi and elected Iw will bs ysflrsl bluel 1 w Gbvwrjipr trsltiaraI theuRh the Wbalisrrp haY a x tobet 0 t i w I ii4 uir aa a I f l- KENTV ijI r iisx KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN yM t8titte Social and Moridi idytnccmemeat of Irish Aaerlctas and Catholic t Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America kKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING co incorporated Publisheri I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Baltrcd SI tli Loultvllla PoitoHlce mt SecondCau natter AUreti ell Co Biuaitillii lolhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Orecu St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 17 1911 I C XGltATULATIOXSI The Irish World New York by Patrick Ford cele brated Its fortieth anniversary with a splendid number Patrick Ford has been a potent force in A fighting for Ireland and for the Catholic faith May he long be spared to guide the destinies of the Irish World Is the wish of the Kentucky Irish American rt CONSCIENCE AAVAKENED That was good advice Justice theIBowling of New York gave graduates of the law department of II Fordham University llast Saturday He said You gentlemen are entering the profession of law atttime when I I there is a call for a higher degree i of morality In public and private life No longer does the world took upon a man of wealth and wonder at the magnitude of his possessions Today the world asks how did heI get it CATHOLICS IX MAJORITY The latest censUs of IrelandI shows that 739 per cent of the population are Roman Catholics 131 per cent are Episcopalians 10 per cent are Presbyterians 14 per cent are Methodists while the remaining lC per cent are scatteredL I among Baptists Jews Unitarians and other denominations Strange to say the only religious creed that has shown an Increase in the past I fifty years In Ireland Is that of theI Jew In that time the number of Jews las Increased as follows Inl Lelnster from 338 to 3105 inl 1Munster from two to 646 In Ulster from fiftytwo to 1336 in ConI naught from one to fourteen This eh ws that the Irish Jews are not given to emigration like their Catholic and Protestant fellow countrymen J CHRISTIAN CHAlTlTY The editor of the Milwaukee Citizen very opportunely observes We must practice the golden rule If we wish to have others treat ua accordingly Among Catholics there is very little bigotry against Protestants The Catholic pulpit has nothing similar to the noPopery preacher to cultivate unneighborly apprehension We are not fearful s about a majority of Protestants being elected ito the Common Council to the Legislature or to Congress neither are we fearful that the County Clerk or the Presidentelect may be a Protestant I I I We are used to such things We seem to trust our Protestant Tellowcltlzens Besides the Consti tution safeguards us We have i nothing to hide from our Protestant I fellowcitizen We are ready to I vote with him sing with him travel with him or take him Into partnership Wo are pleased to meetII him socially and to sympathize sorrow or rejoice in his good fortune I We believe that a similar attitude exists among our Protestant fellowcitizens but there Is a small I element which Is always preaching I Romanlsmconvincedlthat I protest and attack on Catholicity and that it is impossible to bo a Protestant without believing the Pope Is AntiChrist our religion Idolatry and Catholics unsafe and f treacherous mortals who mustbb kept down and suppressed per c petually These people are chiefly responsible for the sectarian feeling that is current in the society about U8 REFRESHING VIEW It is refreshing to find an argument like this in a secular paper more particularly na dally ppsrsut this appeared in a recent iow of tfce ABhland Dally Inde U PMwIt JW4have been compelled to reject Mxne letters Mil atnt8forr p bkcation bearing upon a certain jnwtlHg BOW being conducted in our jsitr There toi no u fr dtocuMtee Oflea relJgfoua tiitf in a dally 1Itxoi more barm than licli Ll Tier ig liothins iM at drifts lafe k td unWad refWetfon lIke the denunciation of anOther religtoua itiRtu And there ite noudtotAe dlKuwion Every win IB M V right fa au2Ihis faith that IM 1IaS1Mt J dre to mm ke other iink ai to does but he am not do It If nAn rt t t is wrong such dl cusslons rather strengthen blIP in his error than establish him In the right ONLY TOO TRUE 1The Memphis Catholic Journal has this pertinent remark to make Many young people are making their adieus to the classroom InL these first weeks of June and are planning to revolutionize the world How many of them hove any thought of making easier the lives of the fathers and mothers who reared them Many a good Irish father and mother work for years to give their children an education only to findI that the young upstarts lounging around In expensive clothes feelI ashamed of the coarse hands andI uncultured speech of their hard working parents The youngsters have been well trained In their catechlsnif and lessons by the goodL Sisters and Brothers but they fatI I to grasp the meaning of the simple commandment Honor thy father and thy mother YOUNGEST JJlSHOi RlghtRevMlchaelJPower Presides in Par Northeast The diocese of Bay St George West Newfoundland which has been vacant since the selection of Bishop McNeil as Archbishop of Vancouver just a year ago has been filled by the appointment of Rev Michael F Power parish priest of Harbor Breton In the diocese of West New toundland He was ordained at Rome on March 10 1906 Father PowersI humility and piety kept him in theI background of opinion but Home seldom falls to find out the man pos sesslng those qualities and hence the reason of the many surprises In fill- Ing episcopal Vacancies The now Bishop however IIp not alone distinguished by his humility and mod esty but is a deeply learned theologian and a beloved priest BishopsPouterI was thirtyfour yearsI of ago on February 17 last and wasI born in St Johns West He is the son of exCouncillor Power New foundland can boast of having the youngest Bishop In tho world MURPHY BURKE Miss Marie Murphy and Robert T Burke will be united In the holy bonds of matrimony at the Cathedral at 8 oclock next Wednesday morn Ing Nuptial high mass will follow the marriage rite The brideelect Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel F Murphy and is a young lady of charm and culture Mr Burke Is an attorney who stands high at the Louisville bar and in Catholic circles Since his early boyhood he has been an active member of the Y M I Is Past President of Mackin Council and is now Supreme First Vice President of the order The young couple have many friends who wish them well on their jQurney through the realms of married life ENTERTAINS FRIENDS Walter M Klarer of New Albany entertained a party of Louisville bowlers and friends last Tuesday evening with a Dutch lunch at his preslent EhrmannIWilliam Fruechtenlcht and Captain Thomas Cannon Several vocal selections were rendered by the Wiede man quartette I MACICIN COUNciL At tho meeting of Mackin Council last Monday evening President Samuel L Robertson presided W F Schaetzley and Arthur Senn were re ported well Tames Mullarkey and R Riddle were reported Improving Quite a lot of Important routine business was transacted Next Monday night a number of Interesting matters are to be discussed wad a full attendance is de tred On Mon day June 26 delegates io the State convention wlll be elected NEW STATIONS The new station of the Way of the Cross were installed at St j Helens church In this county lIwtt Sunday Afternoon It ilit euitomcry for a member of the FranclBcasn or cIer to officiate at the ln tllation 6C the afctlons arid Father Ijpiatlus WJlkMW 01 Mof St Boniface hurcb presided at the xercl e and preached the sermon The choir rndere4 appropriate mulcllenew stations mre iwork of art and fferq copied from thfeotst Anna church in Munich Germany i TALXKD TO DRUGGI8TS i I JioJ Dokrty ef Jaffersonv1ieI HI tti 1NJ1MM A1iaPbraetkil el t lIR1 dtsiiapoHi on W4 yott o MatIDe d CeothM tA4toeuwti t 1 1 j t Miss Majbel Foley of Greerisburg Is visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Mollie Kennedy of Louisville Is the guest of W C Kenned at Pleasure Ridge Mrs Ed Bauer entertained her euchre club at her home In St Mat thews onThursday eevnlng Mrs Joseph Grimes left Saturday to spend several weeks at Elizabeth town with her parents Mr and Mrs James Payne Miss Mary Doherty of 1358 South First street who has been attendingI school in Indiana has returned home for the summer vacation Mr and Mra W Ham OConnell and little son of Cincinnati have1 been the guests this week of Mr andI Mrs J P Hanley of Crescent Hill Frank Hackett returned Saturday to Chicago after a very enjoyable visit to his sister Mrs Williamt Receveur Ekin avenue New Albany Miss Mary Elizabeth Zanonc daughter of John M Zanone was aI member of the recent graduating class at St Agnes Academy at Memphis Mrs W J Barry and son WattsI returned from Kansas City Monday and with Mr Barry left on a pleasure trip to New York and other EasternI points Mrs John Filcher and Miss Flor ence Filcher have returned from IllLMiss tL weekJohn P Dant and his daughter have returned from Notre Dame Uni versity where they witnessed the graduation of Mr pants son John P Dant Jr Mrs Hugh Finegan who submitted to a serious surgical operation attl St Josephs Infirmary last week isr progressing favorably toward com plete recovery Miss Daisy Forsman who has beenI confined to her home from InjuriesI received In an automobile accident la recovering rapidly and will be out In a day or two Mrs M J Bannon who has beenl recuperating at Hot Springs for the past month Is expected home next week She will be accompanied by Mr Bannon who left this week Mrs Raymond Barrett entertained at tea on Wednesday evening In honor of Mrs Catherine Bradley and Miss Mary Wllhelmlna Barrett Thei decorations were cherry and white Lieut and Mrs M 1 Rawley entertained with supper Sunday even- Ing In honor of their little daughter Alice who received her first holy communion at St Aloysius church In the morning It is pleasing to note that little Miss Catherine McDermott daughter of Mr rind Mrs Edward J McDermott who recently submitted to a surgical operation at St Josephs In firmary is improving D J Gleeson who has been in Naw York for the past two weeks on a business trip is expected home to day While away Denny remem bered his friends by sending handsome souvenir postal cards Miss Frances Wathen entertained at bridge Tuesday morning in honor of her guest Miss Fay Thackeray of Canada and for Mrs Hugh Morris of Bowling Green who is the guest of Mrs Adrian C Humphreys Mrs Casper and her daughter Miss Alice wife and daughter of DrM Casper have gone to Cannel ton Ind whore they will visit friends and relatives They also will go to Tell City Indand expect to be away for seovral weeks i Miss Elenora Schaulle and Mrs Redding and daughters Misses Dorcas and Ruth Redding left Louis vUle Saturday tor Canada After a tour of the Northwest they will sail for Europe and exflect to spend soy eral months on the continent Mrs Andrew Kast entertained her euchre club at her home 1310 High land avenue on Tuesday afternoon The favors were won by Mesdames John Beck Frank Reeder and Wllien The club will be next en tertained by Mrs Merlin of Floral Terrace Miss Adelaide Crush who has been attending school at St Marys of the Woods Academy near Terre Haute Indy has returned home to spend her vacation Her mother Mrs Charles L Crush went to In diana to witness the exercises Mother and daughter returned to gether Miss Stella C Hagan and George VV Shaughneasy were united in mat rimony at Sacred Heart church on Wednesday morning The Rev Father Patrick Walsh officiated The bridal party was tendered a recep Lion at the home of the brides uncle and allltlIr and Mrs Clarence Hagan In the qvening Mr and Mrs Shaurfnneeiy left for the East on a bridal ferlp MrsRobrf J Hagan will be the host at a tea next Wednesday at her home 1807 South Third eethl honor of TtflMI Margaret Wathen wfybe marriage to lIon Jwnea P Hdwards will take place July 3 Mtee Watben will al be the xu of honoi at a tea Wednesday i June 2 8 given by liar slsterrJalaw Mri John Bernard WwfceY Jr vat her home en Qnuid boulevard a MlM Mary iiab th Cferke awl Pi JIPl1fiUIDlWMIfti 1br 4e Jt Js a ehurqI t f eelook next ThiMiday 2fltng Tb etnmonr will bs Derror by the Father Lop W Schuhmann jRev will AO SMl raW the jnupti i After a brWall trip to Bt Fla Mi and Mrs Pear win return toJAd ivlll to feaWe The brideatouttobe hai txwm aia active worker J V the CAihoMi Womaau Clubs and Mr Pearl is i I I Pullman car conductor nSTMASSI I Of New Albapy Priest IES J I Attended Ceremony by Pretty 9 Tho Rev Father John Ira her o New Albany who was ordained at St Melnrads Ahbey on Saturday celebrated hid first mass at St Marys church Nqw Albany on Sun day morning The church was filledI with relatives and old friends of the young priest Just before the mass began was a pretty ceremony sym bollc l of the marriage of the young priest to the church Seven little girls attired in white assisted atI this Little Miss Evelyn Moser rep resented the bride Her attendants were Misses Gertrude Pfeffer Mil dred Breetz Eva Zapp Anna Weln mann Catherine flitter and Eliza beth Fein Father Bracher was assisted at his first solemn high mass by the Rev Father George Berries of Hamburg lad as deacon and Rev Father Frank Schaub of St Marks Ind as subdeacon The sermon was preached by the Rev Father Dom inic Barthel of St Melnrads Abbey ALL INTERESTED Members of Division 4 Are OvertPresident Hennessy occupied tin chair at a well attended meeting o t Division 4 A O H on Monday evening and all present professed ia great Interest In the picnic to be given under the joint auspices of the four divisions and the County BoardI on July 20 Division 4 will have charge of the refreshments on that occasion and President Hennessy named the following committee to look after the necessary arrange ments Thomas Lynch Thomas Cal t lahan F J Mooney L J Meaney W P McDonogh W J Connelly Bernard Muldoon D J Rellly and Thomas McHugh MOURNED BY MANY Many of the old boys of St Xaviers Institute now St Xavlers College attended the funeral of Theodore oeller which took place from the Cathedral on Monday Mr Zoeller was fifty years of age but had lived outside of Louisville halfr his life He was a thorough studentl and a mechanical genius He never married Ho was in love with what appeared to ho natural phenomena Mr Zoeller was the eldest son of Prof George Zoeller who presidedI at the Cathedraltorgan for twenty five years and until his death He is survived by his mother who resides here four brothers George Robert I Ernest and Albert and four sisters Mrs Joseph Hubbuch Mrs Theodore OToole Mra Charles Spencer andI Miss Eva Zoeller Death followed heat prostration LAWN FETE A lawn fete foV1 the benefit of the Church of theBlessed Sacrament will be held on the of Mrs J J Barrett 822 East Main street on the afternoon and evening of Thurs day July 13 In case of rain theI fete will be postponed until theI following evening Tickets are being sold at twentyfive cents There willI be refreshments and various amusement devices STATR FAIR DAYS The special days arranged fox this years fair will be as follows Monday September 11 educational and school childrens day Tuesday September 12 mothers farmers and good roads day Wednesday September 13 Governors Indiana and Louisville dayI Thursday September 14 Kentucky and press day Friday September 14 candidates and fraternal day Saturday Sep tember 10 boosters day PADUOAII COMMENCEMENT The second annual commencement of the Dorian Private School at Paducah was held in the Knights of Columbus Hall In that city on Thurs day evening The graduates this year were Misses Ethel Tapp Roberta Mitchell and Lillian Wiley tn their respective essays the young ladles showed the result of Mrs John J Dorians careful training NEW ALBANY WEDDING Miss Rosa Matilda Ottand Michael E Lbesch Were united in matrimony at St Marys church New Albany on Tuesday morning The Rev Father W F Selbertz per formed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial maw After a wedding trip to Arkansas Mr and Mrs Lrfjeach will reside In New AlBany BIG SMOKE Branch 6 Catholic Knights of America will give a reunion and smoker at St Martins Hall Shelb amd Gray streets at 8 oclock next Wednesday President John Soeder invites all members of the order to attend this reunion AVENUE THEATER The Avenue Thter swings upon an YerwMkof 1itf summer season wRh the advantage of being able to offer verytfeln In Its power to arne a hungry yaudevilte public A pompleU shaMe of hill and sieving pfoturiM will bijd xtwMid UM tmew rprj mme oWar much tHtIJ novel si htertAi tBg The motion pletureB jual My ever ex I kihlffd hera wlilllp tttf vaujkivllW I Mil will 1I4I1nte4 by artkte of tM kicb ct j 0 rii i01 j I AhA FETE Jpor Benefit of St France of Rome Church CilnonII1 The people In the parish of the Rev Father Thomas W White of Clifton are working hard in preparing for the lawn fete to be gIven op tho church grounds next WedneBday and Thursday afternoons I and evenings Euchre will Ijegin each afternoon at 230 oclocK and will be followed by an old fashioned ocJockunUlt thetor supper are be anyhandsomefor the various booths and amusement devices The afternoon hours will ibe made pleasant for the children and all who sffairWObermeierBreckel Elmore Sherman George F Martin Peter Helm George Schwerl Will Obermeler Mesdames H H Stengel J X Kessach Peter Bahr W I Webb Misses Minnie Murray and Bertha Rap- pLARGE CLASS Received Into Catholic Knights and Lrdles of America QlIcKnightsa general jneetlng at Falls City Hall lastSundaycandidatesStephen chalrtteam Amcrtig the distinguished guests were Supreme President FitzpatrickMrsCunningham all of St Louis who composed the greater part of the deeo teqm TeceptlonLouis Bertrand church where they attended the 9 oclock mass After mass they were guests at breakfast at the home of Mr and Mrs John J Score In the evening they wore given an automobile ride over the city with a luncheon at Sennlngf Park and a bounteous supper at the residence of Mr and Mrs Andy Kast HAAGEH OEMLKR A June wedding of more than or dinary interest will be that which will unite Miss Ethel C Hhager and M E Oemler The marriage will occur at St Johns German Evan gelical church Clay and Market streets at 8 oclock next Tuesday evening C Stumby of Cincinnati will be the best man and Miss Mar garet Huber of Cannellton Ind will be the maid of honor After the marriage Mr and Mrs Oemler will leave for a bridal trip of three weeks and will Include Detroit NJagara Falls and Atlantic City In their Itinerary On their return they will reside at the Willard Hotel The brldoabouttobe Is the charming daughter of Mr ana Mrs Dan Haager lIrrOemler Is a cOm- mercial traveler for a Detroitt wholesale house FOR IRISH DAY Delegates from the various Irish organizations which are included in the Associated Irish Societies of Cia cinnati held their first meeting Sat urday night at the Burnet House for the purpose of combining In the cele bration of Irish day August 13 at Chester Park Committees wore chosen to take care of the various arrangements for the big celebration The societies represented were the Ancfent Order of Hibernians Friendly Soap of St Patrick Asso ciated Irish Societies Wolf Tone Club United Irish Societies Old Guard Fenians and Irish American Alliance and also Michael Ryan T J Colgan T J Mulvlhlll andI J E Sullivan honorary members ROYALLY ENTERTAINED Tho excursion given under the Joint auspices of the Central Com mlttee and Uniform Rank C K o- fL1asf Sunday was a success so daily and financially Agents of tho Southern railway did everything In their power to add to the comfort of the excursionists At Jasper Ind the people gave the Kentucky visit ors a hearty woleonieand hospitablei entertainment and invited them to return again In the falls ST ANNS SCHOOL The golden Jubilee of the Right school ieventh street and Davies avenue will take place at 730 oclock Dext Wednesday evening On Wednesday afternoon and evening the children will give a social ses sion TJlcketa of admission to the closing exercises are being sold for twentyfive cents- FONTAINE FERRY Fontaine Ferry has been cfowded every afternoon and evening this week with people who seek to escape the heat and dust of the city The theater programme for next week Is a most meritorious 9neandem braces some really new and nove features that will be seen here for the first time The band concerts andnumerous park attractions grow In favor with the public who find the Ferry the best place In Louis vllle to spend an afternoon or even tog fanned by the cool breezes from the Knobs and Indiana MISSIONARIES HOME The Rev Fathers OConnor aad Clear the Dominican mlaakmarles have turned to St LOuie Btrtrand Conventt aftftf nearly tHree months on arduous mlwtons Both areen jj6ynr geeaa iHJi but will much lIIffl joT lfIIt n a t 6 1 f I I cA GOVETRW3 Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party ttlePri mary to Be Held July 1 1911 n SVWVSAAVVVVS IM J BAMNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINQ PrtiMgr VlciPr f Trial Stcrilary C PF Bannon Sewer Pipe Co1 ti Salt PipeBausons 4 for Steam Condaits i Wall Copte Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flae Pipe Flue Lining Fire BricK 4Grate and Joiler TiIeGround SIre Clay I Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK I OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON I TELEPHONE 573AWORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and lotliT- BLBPHONBIp 2833 WEWANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It PromptlyI I and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTINGt Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 5310 VEST GREEN STRIDET I t KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING JLBrownfieluGoJ I 553 THIRD STII Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Mei Home Phone 784- 6KN11IPS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Denver Council will confer the first degree on a large class next TuesdayTomorrow the three degrees will be exemplified at Muncie Ind for ia class of about fiftyI The council at Woonsocket S D Is In first class shape the member 100iast of tin Fox River Valley initiated fortyeight I candidates into the council at Kau kauna Wls- I Mayor Gaynor of New York City I has named a committee of forty prominent men to arrange for the J I celebration of Columbus day October 12 Members of the two Milwaukee councils received holy communion In a body last Sunday otSt Johns Cathedral and afterward break fasted at the Cathedral Institute Indianapolis Council will celebrate Its twelfth anniversary on June with a big exemplification of the 125 degree James CRogers and of Kentucky will direct the work LONG HOME SERIES Tire Louisville team will begin the last away from home series of this present trip with Kansas City thisI afternoon and after Mondays gamet will return home to open tip with Milwaukee on Wedne and with the exception of a threedays trip will be home until Friday July 14 playing every team Jn the associa Lion TJhe fans are much elated over the road showing of the Colonels thus far and feel confident that the long home series will find them bat tling with Columbus and Kansas City for first place as these two and Louisville eem to be the strongest teams in the association With aiimshaw hack lIn the game Louis ville will iave the beet hitting team = ifieldingi hove that Grlmshaw on first How II ard oil e opd end StaBsbury In I left tll ld would be ib blggwit tmV HnenpvudUillderI the itobIgI atitff ii hid kifit up JU fad laoetbe emiBg IU EO a 1 0 05ii tlj IOppI CUT I IPRICES I INOW ON SeetheMens Youths 18AND 20 SUITS for 15 Ai Come Qtncsir efr First Cho- iceLEVYS Third andMarket The I ight Spot In LoufviIlc h iIiL FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 wnAxKETJ Loutevllte Would have been far out In front by ihls tiMeand with the Improvement Bhowa lately wljt turely put the team in the flrefc dl ision j Plumes In tyro colors are mtic 504 j no 1 Til uI r I- I4 I J fJ w- I0 f NrUOKV JRIn AMERIOAl BE SURE ToeALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PUREi H McKenna Distiller Fairfield KX I D 1 DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 merslFuneralBoth Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS s All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night t 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t tit t t t t t t t t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 838 East MainL Stree1r than W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETsa TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 lit nib promptly attended to day or ulght Carriages fnrnlined for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertaker 51tflT1E AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER 4 Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOME PRONE 1O77 All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us 4r 4l ROBERT G MBRIDE With J W Beilsteln B6Co FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Columbia Building fourth and Main BEDDING PLANTS1 t Geraniumsi Rosesf Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICESI JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Bath Pkoitcs 223 HERRMANN BROS I noQJLTJUtS PIMB WINES AND IJQUOK3D- totUtort aid WitotMtO Deal eh ta W ftc rofJC tacky WbUkkis tf oUliy i PearJqr e ionl+ D31IorI M 1 14 sue l Ze t 1 AVENUEi iH1GH CLASS VAUDEVILLE f SIXACrSSIXii 1 New Pictures Every 1030 TO 10 30 DayI I I Ten Cent 10 Ten I 4 OIDIia MO 0 t 1 HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville I AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS I uous Three shows daily Sunday coatin CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving PicIture Houses in Louisville CatcrmgI especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA SCIUnder the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic NhONOee ICEFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5per cent on your ice bill Our ice is made train distilled wiltbeWe are prepared to furnish ice I Drell occasions and In any quan tity Both Phones 2- 97AMERICAN i N iIcei MONUMENTS We are now ftceivlng from Barre Vermont three ear I loads of Monuments for our springtrade the largest and beat assortment we have ever carried which vac can offer at a bargain Please- giveue a c- allMULDOON ix I Monument Company1 its W Orwn StLeuJ vJlk Ky It i V t JirV V- fefel i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the PastWeekOeneial News Notes Division 10 of Orange N J has I contributed 25 to the Irish National fund From all parts of the city come reports of growing Interest In the I celebratlonIhere from other cities this week attending the Foresters convention- It is expected that the Jefferson vllle and New Albany divisions will tome over in a body to the Louisville celebration Division 1 meets Tuesday night and will hear some interesting re ports Every member is urged to be present Division 1 of Buffalo celebrated Its twentyfirst anniversary last week with Rev Father Kelly and County President Smith as honor guestsDivision 3 will name its commit tees for the annual celebration at the meeting to be held Monday night which promises to Ibe very in teresting Division 3 continues its contest for now members with most gratify ing results Financial Secretary John Hession is kept busy making the entries Reports from Covlngton stae that the division there is in excellent condition It is also hinted that another in St Anns parish will be soon organized One of the biggest days the La dies Auxiliary ever had in Indiana was Sunday at Logansport when a class of 140 Was initiated with In spiring ceremonies In the presence of a large assembly When the Patrick Cudahy scholarships in Irish history given through the Milwaukee division were awarded last week more than 250 do nated by the Ancient Order was awarded the pupils best in Irish his tory study Tomorrow evening at Providence the Ladles Auxiliary will have a great Initiation Several priests will be present as guests of honor and besides the State officers visitors are expected from all the counties of Rhode Island Division 2 will meet Wednesday night and arrange for its part in the annual celebration to be held next month President Ford and Secretary Meehan have severall important matters to submit and therefore Te quest all who can to be present Wednesday night the Ladles Aux iliary will hold its regular meeting at Falls City Hall It should be largely attended as the business will be of more than usual importance Among other questions that may be discussed will be the annual mid summer celebration Division 4 will work to have the biggest turnout when the celebra PreslIdentaccomplish what they undertake and with the excellent committee named it will take some hustling to keep up with them It Is expected the Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary will each furnish a historical float for the In dianapolis civic and patriotic par ade on July 4 American Revolu tionary history well supplied with Irish subjects should furnish good material for the occasion HOPKINS The Hopkins Theater will offer another star vaudeville bill next week with several turns never seen here before The excellence of the entertainment offered by this pop ular house has placed It first with amusement seekers with the result that each performance is witnessed by a large audience In addition to the pictures shown the amateur con tests are attracting much interest and furnish laughable surprises HONOR FOR STUDENTS John Coleman Jr a sophomore In the academic department of Yale University has been made managing editor of the Yale Dally News It Is one of the most signal honors that a Yale student can attain The neophyte editor is a sort of the late John Coleman one of Loulsvllle leading capitalists and most es teemed citizens SILVER JUBILEE The Rev Father John H Illlle- brandpastor4f St Boniface church Evansville will celebrate his silver sacerdotal Jubilee with a solemn high mass in his church on Tuesday mornlnt Many of his clerical and lay friends will go from Louisville and New Albany to assist at the festivities JUBILEE DATE The ecclesiastical celebration of Cardinal Gibbons Jubilee as priest and Cardinal will be held in the Cathedral at Baltimore on October 16 archbishops Bishops and priests from all parts of the United States Canada and Mexico will assist at the solemn function WILL BECOME NUNS Four young ladies from Newport flays gown to Nazareth to enter the novitiate of the Stetew df Charity They were Misses Bertha Roth Mary Riley Beatrice Keller and Mary Boyle VINCKNTIANSI It WM dyterminedat the nieatln of the Part Council of theSt Viont 4e Paul Society last Monday jrfgbt to have the n xl gee era oom rnHBlonrat 8t Georges church on the morning ofmdwyJuly 3- 0roPS HIV ATItWrNfd pa Monday Pepe Plus Xrr oefv e4 In audience John 3 H H Olympf okjunpton 6t 1808 tnd MiebM Ryan the dMtrnploe sprinter Both ar fw m Nw Tork u u U 1X- p 3 i 1 i V 1 AN HOUR VITII TIIBB My hert Is tired eo tired tonight How endleae seems the strife Day after day the restlessness Of all this weary life I come to lay my burden down That so oppreaseth me And shutting All the world without To spend an hour with TKee dear Lord To spend an hour With Thee tI would forget a little while The bitterness of tears The anxious thoughts that crowd my life The burled hopes of yearn Forget that womans Weary toll My patient Bare must be i A tired child I come tonight To spend an hour with Thee dear Lord One little hour with Thee The busy world goes on and on I can not heed it now Thy sacred handfs laid upon My aching throbbing Drow Lifes toll wtUsoonbe past and then From all Its sorrows free How sweet io think I shall spend Eternity with Thee dear Lord Eternity With Thee WHO IS IT ON1 Clever Story Told About Popular Louisville Veterinarian Tho people of Limerick are telling the following stow on Dr John T Chawk the well known veterinary surgeon An old darky who lived some distance from the city had a very sick mule He came to the city and asked the doctor what to do for the mule The doctor told him to get a pound of calomel and a hollow glass tube and blow the calomel through the tube down the mules throat About a week after that the darky appeared in town looking very de jected and pale He met Dr Chawk on the street and said Say boss I got the calomel and the tube and put the calomel in the tubeandjust then the doctor asked him if he blew It down the throat of the mule and the darky said No boss old Pete he done blew first- LEXINGTON Miss Sarah QiMahony of Lexing ton and John F Bonnyman of Birmingham Ala were united In marriage at St Peters church In the Bluegrass capital on Wednesday morning EARLY PRINTERS As early as 1476 there were twenty printing presses In Rome finder the patronage of the Pope and at the close of the fifteenth century 925 works were Issued there RECENT DEATHS The frncraLofjMlchabl J McCord whq died at his residence 1826 Lytle street on Sunday morning took place from St Patricks church on Tuesday morning The deceased was a brlckmaker by trade Death resulted from a complication of ailments The tuneral of Alexander Zehnder who died at his home 1825 South Twentysecond street on Saturday night took place from St Peters church on Tuesday morning The deceased was seventyfour years old and had the respect of all who knew him Edward McGinty a respected member of St Cecilias parish died at the home of his daughter Mrs John J Gallagher 2143 Duncan street on Tuesday morning The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Thursday morning The deceased was born in County Mayo Ireland sixtythree years ago but had lived in Louisville thirtyfive years FOR WOMANS EYE Blousoq of striped material are popular Girdles of strands of beads arc much seen Filet and anise are the most fash ionable laces of the moment Turn where you may the tendency for embroideries Is exhibited on every side As tho extreme of the short Jackets the Jong redlngotes stand out prominently They are of serge and rough silks trammed with wide silk braidsDo not forget the Important girdle and sash on your afternoon dress Its seen everywhere and adds an In disputable charm to frocks of any description Young girls have foulard pongee and shantung frocks with baby Irish or Venlse lace as bands orina- l11ver for yoke and undersleeves or sash Is Important The millinery departments have been Invaded by embroideries and we find entire parts and trimmings of the dainty cotton embrolderte now offered by the manufacturers- A fashionable idea for linen and voile frocks Is to place a twelve to sixteen Inch colored band around the bottom of the skirt and then Intro duce a touch of the color in the waist TIllS m TRUE Many a bitter quarrel could be averted if the parties concerned first tried to make cure what the real point of 1f1IrCtMgreebieilt WM oftengby than as a result of intended offense IrishStandard JIIILXi DINT When new mad c Jelly fc a little tee tbfci loatoad or turateg out of the glaeeq and r gpokiBfput the jjilMinz at pea and placeinritti 1tI1c ova 6 a Jew hours or until hick enoub to suit one riS la more certain and error sanitary than placing lfa Use aun Q 1 t S 4F rf- 1J i 1 rrr- o 7I 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important ot the Recent Events Culled From Exchangertt i The death of John Cahir Mill street Ennis Is much regretted Henry J Meagher has been ap pointed to the Commission of the Peace for the County Kilkenny Patrick Brady merchant of Cootohill has succumbed to injuries received In a fire which occurred In his house LadySuporlntendentCountyInfirmaryLord Emly gainsInThe Healyltes were badly defeated In County Louth McHughBlahop waytooperation performed in Dublin The Castlebar Guardians have Johniiughesof the Lahardane dispensary district For the position of Borough Sur veyor of Drogheda there were forty five applicants the successful candi date being T J Delahunty of Tralee To the deep regret of a large circle of acqualtances and to the com munity the death Is announced ofr Mother Gertrudo Crean of the Mery Order Bantry What is supposed to be a valuable coal field has been discovered by an extensive farmer and member of the local Council in the Llsnaskea dls trlqt of County Fermanagh At Ennis the young man Michael Tobin arrested on suspicion in con nection with the late burnings ai Derrycallff was discharged from custody In the absence of any ev idenceWilliam Dugganot Klllnamar regIstered census He is still active and prom Ices to enjoy his old age penson for several years In the early hours of Wednesday morning a fire broke out In the drapery establishment of Messrs Qulnrt Bros Main street Belturbet and gaining rapid headway the whole premises were quickly envel opedFire in Castle Hamilton the splen did residence of Major W J Hamil ton mear Klllleshandra County Cavan with the result that the bulld ing was completely gutted the damage being estimated at upward of 100000 Upon the site donated by the Earl and Countess of Kllmorey the new Sacred Heart church upon the Dub lin road about a mile from Newry was dedicated by Cardinal Logue last Sunday This makes three churches for Upper Klllevy A most destructive fire originated In one of the goods sheds of the Great Northern Railway Company at Newry with the result that In the space of thirteen minutes the entire structure with its contents was re duced to a smoldering mass The Convent of Mercy at Galway Is the poorer by the death of Rev Mother Alphonsus Martyn who passed away In her eightysIxth year sixtyfour of which were de voted to religion Deceased belonged to an old County Galway family arid was foundress of the Mercy Con vent at Oughterard MOTION PICTURES The Casino and Orpheum continue to entertain enormous crowds daily people finding there a most delightful and cool place to spend a pleasant hour New pictures the best yet made will be exhibited next week and all of an order that will interest the patrons of these popular houses Another pleasing feature will be the latest illustrated songs MADE GOOD COAL CONTRACT The State Board of Control met Saturday at Frankfort when con tracts for coal were let for the year as follows Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort W H Logue Lake- land Asylum Scanlon Coal Company Hopktnsvllle Asylum Rose Creek Coal Company and Lexington Asylum C blnCreekCoalComp- any The cost averages 2 a ton CLOSING EXERCISES The following Institutions have announced closing exercises for next week St Xavlers College Monday and Tuesday evenings Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Tuesday morning Sacred Heart Academy Cres cent Hill Wednesday morning BISHOPS JUBILEE The golden Jubilee of Right Henry Rev Henry Gabriels D D in the priesthood will be celebrated at Ogderisburg N Y the coming September It Is expected that the occasion will be marked by a notable gathering of ecclesiastics of the church GENTLEMAN OF LEISURE Fred Schw nker Sr editor of the Journall of Labor is touring abroad He sent the Kentucky Irish Ameri can a post card from Berlin After Fired and Emperor William talk mat tern over things will improve materially n Germany 1 MEET IN WASHINGTON I t E The Executive Board of the Lath Unionmdecided to i 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recent celebration In Baittl more In honor of the dual jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons has caused many to Inquire What Is a Cardinal Apropos of the question the following Information may be of Interest The title of Cardinal which means a hinge has existed In the Catholic church slncq the close of tho fourth century IIn 492 the dignity of Cardinal1 took Its specific rank among the titular distinctions and in th j twelfth century to rank as a Car dinall of the church was to be rated with the eons of sovereign princesI Since 1059 It has been usual t select the Pope from the body howevehasr n the purple Urban IV Gregory X Celestine V Urban V and Urban VI had never possessed the Car dinalatlal dignity The constitution of tho College of Cardinals was drawn up In 1586 by Sixtus V The oody was limited to seventy mom bers namely six Bishops fifty priests and fourteen deacons Ini modern times this number is not often complete Not slnce1665 and 1667 has the college been filled In 1245 Innoecnt IV ordained that all Cardinals should wear the red hat to show that they ought to expose themselves to the shedding of their blood for the church The scarlet skull cap and biretta were instituted In the fifteenth century The creation of the largest number of Cardinals by one Pope Is recorded to the late Pontiff Leo XIII who gave tho red hat to no fewer than 147 Eight Popes did not create single Cardinal Tho total numbe- created since 1099 Is 2559 Two consistories one private the other public are held for the in vestiture ot Cardinals who are present In Rome The Include the giving of the hat the accolade toe ring the closlug andI opening of the mouth and reading of the letter conferring the title Absent Cardinals when created have the scarlet cap sent to them by spe clal Papal courtier The bat andI title are given only to those whoj visit Rome and since many throughs old age and infirmity are unable toI undertake the Journey they die without becoming completely Car dlnalatial Among those counted as Cardinals are two who died beforei 1 their creation They are William Maresfleld an English priest and a Portuguese Pablo de Carvalho both of whom died but a sew days pre vious to their nomination amongjJ mond Nonnanto Charles Borromel and John Fisher In 1885 Cardinal lohenloho resigned his Cardinal Bishopric to taKe Inferior rank The United States has produced two j CardinalsMcCloskey and Gibbons English Cardinals number fortytwo I beglning with UlrIc In 1107 the latest being Vaughan 18931903 Ireland has had four Cardinal- Cullen McCabe Logue and Moran Taschereau Is the only Canadian Scotland had two Beaton and Erskine An interesting feature of the present composition of the Sacred lege Is the fact that never ColII with perhaps the exception of day of Avignon was there a closer proportion between Italian and Pon Italian Cardinals there being at present twentyeight Italians arid twentyone other nationalities TheIEnglish speaking world is repro seated by three Cardinals Moran Gibbons and Logue France also has three Cardinals Coulllle Lucon and Andrieu Germany has only two Cardinals Koop and Fischer while Spain has four Cardinals Merry del Val Vlves y Tuto Aguirre and Herrea and Austria has six TEDIOUS WORK of Revising Latin Vulgate Is Progressing Slbw But Sure 21 The approaching visit of Dom Qasquet head of the English iBene dlctlnefl recalls to mind the fact to him and his order did Pope The X entrust the revision of the Latin Vulgate or B leThe works progressing slowly but surely and being carried on in many different countries Strange as It may seem the agents ot Dom Gasquet have Invaded the United States In their laborious Investigations of J Plerpont Morgan possesses- part of what are known as the Golden pospels the rest of them bey itlog in the German Museum at Nuremberg St Berger speaking of these gospels cold In the Important 1 and ancient of roanueeripts written lit loldeu letters the most aMleat without doubt lo the famous Hams iltoa MM 261 Mr Morgan varjr graelowsly al wed Eha BetlwNotiae monke sent to f4w York by Dom geaqut to pho caph Ikl pNtouc POaiaYYallA W Dom ttiapttetf expected ovtstt ers i IIJ ttm 1 i 1PJ c t t I SOCIETY DIRECTORY AOHDIVISION l SMeetsat Falls City Hall en Fir and ThlrdTuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kiss SecretaryJosephn E Financial Secretary Thos Bela Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Se geantatAnns Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meet First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President C J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohnETreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meeto First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland President D J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G Hes slon TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Soatlnel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Rertrand Hall Sixth Street PresIdentJohn H Hennessy LynchtJ Barry Financial SecretarY Thomas J Langan TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J ReillyJSergeantatArms William Ca aghan Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPrealdentJohn G Cole MurphyRecording M a GrodjrFinancial n HogsTreasurerB SergeantatArmsMlchael Ga rltySentinelThomas Gleason 1MarshalMlobael Noon ry AdC X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ileots Monday Evenings at Clu- bsHouse 344 North Twentysixth Presldont7Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A G Link Financial Secretary F G Adam Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding SecretarYH Ker- I berg TreasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel JCoseph 11J1rR S 1 n S I r I Im I From Stuart Neb writes Mr Joseph BabI March 10 191OMy son was very ill from nervousness could nottBleep had to be watched at all t as I was afraid he would hurt him self 1 tried two doctors who treatedII him for 6 weeks without any But after taking 10 bottles Pastor KoenlgB Nerve Tonic I can testify the1bant my son la entirely cured next God have to be thankful to the Tonic for t the astonishing results Benedictine Convent 1718 W 18th PIti Chicago 111 vy time when extra work was to be done the pains increased Since I have taken Pastor Kocnlga Nerve Tonic I fe l well and am convinced that it wl 1 cure me completely In a short time Sister M Ludmilla FREE JOtltlq iro8JC 5Inera vAv VOU8 Diseases and o J bottle to My address Poor tients also ret themdklse frtt of 10 0WaJ1l8fKOENIG MED CO Chicago III ape Lake Street as U Wi 1eLa of the Benedictine Abbeys In the United1 States and has boon Invited to deliver a series of lectures on the greatt I work his order has In hand before the Catholic Summer School at Lake t ChamplaInCXOEFFLER COFER Miss Leoda Loefflor and John Wesley Cofer popular young people the West End will be united in marriage at Holy Cross church at 6 oclock Wednesday morning June The Rev Father John Sheridan will perform the marriage rite and will celebrate the nuptial mass that follows Later In the day Mr and Mrs Cofer will start for Chicago and Niagara Falls ona wedding trip groom iholds a responsible posh tlon with the Southern railway The bride has been much admired In Catholic social circles The SOUTIIERN SITORS i I rs Treasurer the Central1Tallenal Life Insur Inca Company arid v AJ Braud both of ThlbodauxiLa were visitors the office of the Kentucky Irish American oniMoaday While In Louisville the LouWIana visitors were guests of WH Gregoryj Presll bJ- jaent of the Central National Life Inaurance Company and were shown ot manYQUftealJloth of ithece tef ruKnittktlLoulsvlIVe Tuesday afternoon for pr llazaxethAeadwari7vJSre one of clay ilfrItogara tlaMgliteM gt aduatedon dHedar AmttM of ltiii ashen ir illcracluUt7r ail 0- r j- 0 lt t ffffi MONAGHAN IlTnclllahotstIB Hals Boon Scene oi Many Battles Hills and Plains Are Irrigate- n by lllvers Streams and Lakes Town ot Cloglior Traces Hieto Back to Time ot Ptolemy TROUBLE CAME WITH ELIZABETH The County Monaghan lies In t north of Ireland with Armagh a Meath on the east Tyrone on t north Cavan and Meath on ti south and Fermanagh on the We Tho county takes Its name from t town Monaghan The Gaelic form the name is Mulnechan a diminutive shrubberyFrom millongIs population 100000 A portion of the northwestern boundary Is mountainous That CO- Iner of the county northeast of Ca tleblaney Is covered by a continua tion of the Fews Mountains from Armagh Nearly all the rest of the county Is hilly and may be scribed as a champaign count broken f up by a continuous s cession of low hills in some f LIplaces subsiding Into an almost u Interrupted plain There are hills of remarkable height In Mo aghanThere are many rivers streams and lakes draining and irrigating the county The western part of the county Is drained Into the River Erne The headwaters of the Anna lee river which belongs to Cavan come from Monaghan Other streams are the Bunnoe the County Water the Blackwator the biounta Water the Clarebane and the Lag river Lakes are very numerous Monaghan- r Monaghan the assize town has a population of 3000 and Is a place of considerable trade Clones near the western boundary is a town of ecclesiastical origin and of great antiquity containing some ye ancient church ruins and a rou tower and a very large and con spicuous mound or tort Near tho southern boundary is Carrlckma cross wjth a brewery and large dis tillery both noted throughout Ire land and Great Britain Near the eastern boundary Is Castleblayney a neat and thriving little town Mon aghan has deposits of lead and coal but lack ot enterprise has caused work In the mines either to be alto gether discontinued or sadly neglected tIn ancient times and down to the time of QUeen Elizabeth MOnaghan belonged to the powerful family of McMahon Ata pice called Agha Lederg In the barony of Farney a great battle was fought A D 33 which resulted In the destruction of the palace of Emahla The three Callas brothers sons of Ohy flavlen laving slain their Uncle Sravtlnne King of Ireland we banished by the son of the dead man who became King himself T Callas did not relish the Idea banishment and did not remain long J on foreign soil They returned t- a Ireland forced themselves on the cousin and settled down In Monag I Their kingly cousin desired to be rid of them and supplied them with a small army to go out and I conquests for themselves They marched to Ulster and encountered the King of Ulster at AghaLederg the battle lasted for seven days and UlsterIIKing and the of his army One of the three brothers 3olla Irann slain in the battle The sur brothers destroyed the palace thenceforwarp kingstpart of Ulster extending east as mr the Glenree river which was fro that time forth called the kingdom Oriel During the reign of Elizabeth the head of the MoMahon family conic ruled Monaghan was captured and legally murdered The land was 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