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TILL KENTUCKY IRISH AMER AN 77ff I VOLUME XXVINO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 24 1911 I PRICE FIVE CENTS FEDERATION National Convention of Catho lic Societies to Be Held at Columbus Effort Is Doing Made to Unite the Catholic Editors There Church Dignitaries and Able Laymen Will Be Present CLOSES WITH A DIG PARADE Tho annual convention of the National Federation of Catholic Societies will be hold at Columbus OhIo August 20 to 24 This will be FedrraItionbe larger than ever All interested In tho movement are cordially In vited by the Executive Committee1 and tho citizens of Ohios capital city to spend three days The hotel thereIamong the finest In the country and there will be ample means of recrea tlon and enjoyment provided for all Everyone who participates will be helping to prosecute tho good work of the federation and enable it to attain greater results than over During the same week and dn the same city the editors of Catholic papers in the Unitedl States are ox pected to assemble and perfect an organization for mutual benefit The National Federation conven tion this year promises to be the greatest and most distinguished gathering of tho representatives of 15000000 of the Catholics of Amer ica The entire city of Columbus is deeply interested in the coming ovent and matters of universal interest will be discussed I Columbus is an ideal city for con ventions It has a central location all the necessary railroad facilities a population of 181500 fortyseven hotels and the People have proper civic pride It has a Catholic popula- tIon of over 40000 with sixteen thriving churches nearly all having parochial schools St Josephs Cathedral the Pontifical College Josephlnum the famous Academy of Sti Marys of the Springs the orphan asylum and The t5O1fShep herd Convent are all attractions for I Catholic visitors Among the dignitaries of the church who will be present are Most Rev DIomede Falconlo of Washing ton D 0 representative of the Vatican In the United States Right Rev Bishop MoFaul of Trenton NJ one Of the founders and great est advocates of federation Arch- bIshop Messmer of Milwaukee an other founder of the movement i whose subject will be one that will counItryArchbishop 3oeller of CIncinnati the great friend and advocate of federation and all that it stands for I Other prelates will deliver addresses upon live subjects of the day at both the public meetings and the banquet The Jaymen scheduled to address the meetings are Prof J C Monag han one of the foremost Catholic lecturers In America and an orator of national repute Hon Thomas B Minahan the first President of tho Catholic Federation and the first Grand Knight of the Columbus Council Knights of Columbus Mr Minahan is now located In Seattle Wash He is considered one of the leading public speakers in the coun try Hon M A Daugherty of Ohio another prominent layman who has been conspicuously men tioned for United States Senator In the reecnt contest for that office in the Legislature ofOMo National President of the Catholic Federation Edward Feeney Ion C J Bonaparte exSecretary of the Navy and exAttorney General of the United StatesIi Right Rev Bishop Hartley Blebop of Columbus and Judge Maurice H Donahue of the Ohio Supreme Court will preside at the public meetings His Excellency Gov JJarmon will welcome the delegates on behalf of Ohio while at the banquet lion T SII Hogan Attorney General of the State will respond to tbe toast Ohio JI Among the features of the event will be a big parade one of the I greatest outward demonstrations of militant Catholicity ever held in that or any other part of the United States MEDAL FOR HISTORY CLASS Through the efforts of Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly Jlhode islands State President of the Ladle1 AuxUlary A O H Congressman George F OShaughneMy presented to the Superior of Sayview emlnaryaW- old medal to be offered as a prize for the best essayrsvriten by a mem ber ot the Irish history claaa on The Life and Times ot Mother Catherine MoCiruley foundress of the Order of Mercy TIm ELKS The temty1iLth annual reunion of the iBenevoleot end ProteetheOr- d Tof SUM will to totWtt Atlaatli Cliy troin SuIT 11 to 14 Gfoat lhi teftenletwS l flgktfor 1leo4iou- to tbejhead of tit order to luecww n OrT H Tm wi the l llnl iftd I 4 te Wn Cot JoIu P SuIllTMi oJII 1 NOR Orleans Col Sullivan Is declared to be a man whose personality fits him in an ideal measure for the position of head of the Elks He Is of soldierly bearing and massive physique standing about six feet four and weighing in jthe neighbor hood of 250 pounds He is a man ofi magnificent address and a fluent and forceful speaker A prominent at torney and soninlaw of exMayor John Fitzpatrick of New Orleans be has also had some experience as a soldier serving as Colonel of a reg- Iment of volunteers during the SpanishAmerican wa- rBOOSTERS ror Branch 6 C K of A1 Held Pleasant Reunion Branch 6 C 1C of Arhad a reunion and booster meeting at St Martins Hall Shelby and Gray streets on Wednesday pvenlng President John Seeder presided over the business session and Capt Oscar II OnlyIof at the business session I IAmong tho visitors during the so I ofIJeffersonvHlo Capt John Schalda GeherlHarryI Meehan Thomas Bohan Oscar Mater and William M Higgins Mr Kenney gave a detailed argu I theII pl nations lucid He also told of the stability of the organization and laid emphasis on the spiritual as well as I temporal benefits 40 be derived from membership on account of the hun dreds of masses celebrated for the dead and Jiving members of the order Frank A Geher made a nice talk on the necessity of life Insurance andI I I extolled the merits of the C K Rev Father Bohlsen followed and j told of the past work of the order I Ho said It was approyed by the church because It was aiding in keeping Catholic men together Others who made interesting talks were Thomas A Bohan and Ion Michael Reichert The session was enlivened by an abundance of re freshments GENEROSITY Of Hibernians Is Duly Appreciated by Clergy It is a pleasure to note that the Ancient Order of Hibernians is work- Ing hand In hand with the Catholic Church Extension Society At the tlJoAHibernians gave 40000 toward the church extension movement Now Father Francis C Kelly who is Pres ident of the Church Extension So clety in the United States has thanked the order in behalf of the members of the American hierarchy and priests But the meat of his letter of thanks is contained iri this para grapl One proposal Ihas received the support of the majority of our Executive Committee as well as of many officers of your own order The proposa is to use your gift as a permanent fund to be known as The j it Hibernian Fund The total amount to be raised from the assessment will probably be a little over f 45000 This fund can be invested and with the interest received each year we can build chapels At first i we could build three chapels a year later more All the chapels are to be given the names of Irish saints and are to be erected as far as posl1 I sible where they will minister to the scattered people of the Irish race in I our country The society Is to keep this fund separate and to have It form part of its endowment Every month Extension Magazine will publish the full amount of the Hibernian fund with the names of thq chapels built through It from the beginning The fund will be open too for contributions from any one interested In it as well as for legacies Thus people desiring to help the societys work will have the opportunity of sending their contributions to swell the Hibernian fund and persons I leaving money ito the society may also leave it for this fund In time the fund may become very large and will bo a standing tribute to the gen erosity of both branches of the A 0 H In America The Hibernians are ever generous and there is little doubt that the gift of 45000 will 60 supplemented by gifts aa equally generous whenever their treasury permits FORTY nouns PRAYER JPhe Forty Hours prayer w1JlopenI nt the late ma a at Holy Trinity church Kentucky and Dupuy streets tomorrow morning The Rev Father Kcter Serreshelm Vlll be assisted by several members of the local clergy The devotions will close Tuesday eveningSHOWS m8 LOYALTY Rllfct Rev jJoJgnorW E Windhorst a widely known German pro the Cincinnati archdiocese Is expected shortly to awume his duties ae chaplain of St Elisabeths Hospital at Dayton Ohio The ap polatraepLt to tea pcr ry While In europe reontiy Drj Wodhorat re- Jected an 4mportnt GovwnKMnt PPr aRtoB bMiWM of the awaeaetty of renoitiwlng UA lfS w He the Af cj i V o i1 1 Fa II f I HONORED Two Evftusvlllo Priests Cole brated Their Silver Jubflees This Week Pope Plus Sent Felicitations Through Papal Secretary I 4 Father J H Iltlleurand Former Kentuckian Was One- Jubllarlnn ADDRESSES FROM CITIZENS Evansvllle was the center of interest for many Catholics In Southern Indiana and along the Kentucky herder hIs week because two of her leading priests celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of their ordination I On Monday the jubllarian was the Rev Father Kllllan Schott pastorof St Anthonys church and on Tuesl day the Rev Father John H Hllle jUbUee1FatherlliIJebrandi birth but he adopted Indiana as a scene of missionary labor He still has a warm place In this heart for Kentucky and Kentuckians and returns to his Sunny South whenever the occasion offers Both jubilarlans received messages of congratulations from Pope Plua X I Father Hillebrand celebrated his anniversary with a solemn mass of thanksgiving at St Boniface church on Tuesday morning The sermon was preached by the RIght Rev Jo ofIplimented Father Hillebrand on rounding out twentyfive years in the ministry of the Catholic church and expressed the hope that he would survive his golden jubilee He also read a cablegram from Cardinal Merry del Val conveying the blessing of Pope Pius X At noon there was a banquet in the school hall for the visiting clergy Later in the evening Father Hllle brand held a public reception when the children of the parish gave a I musical and literary entertainment J H Kuhlman delivered an address on behalf of the people of St Eon face parish and Hon John J Nolan I extended felicitations for the entire city of Evansville II Father iHlllebrand was born in Covlngton JCy on September 28 1858 Alter attending the parochial I school he began and completed his studies for the priesthood at St i I Melnrad and was ordained by Right Rev Francis Silas Chatard Bishop of Indianapolis In the Church of St II I Ferdinand In DuboIs county on June 19 1886 Easter in that year was on April 25 nine days later than thla year when the ordinations InStMelnrad took place on June 10 After ordination Rev Hillebrand was sent by the Bishop to take charge of St Francis XavIers parIsh at Henryvllle ClarK county where he labored with great zeal until 1891 when the Bishop appointed him for Rockport where he administered St Bernards parish for six years when he received charge of St Marys of the Knobs Floyd county where ho I I labored until 1906 when he was ap1I pointed by the Bishop as rector of St Boniface church In Evansvllle In the past five years he has gained the love and good will of his parishioners and the esteem of all citizens of Evansville fThe Jublllarian rarely misses an opportunity to say a good word for i Kentuckians His friends in Louis j villa wish him health and prosperity- for many years to come ONLY TWO Young Ladles Received D- Iploma Prom Academy of Mercy The graduating exercises of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy took place in the school Jiall on Wednes day morning The programme was replete with vocal and instrumental selections essays and recitations The orchestral work of the students was exceptionally fine There were only two graduates this year Misses Katherlne Drury rand Lillian McNulty Both acquitted themselves admirably Little Miss Ethel Angermeler was crownbearer for Miss Drury and little Miss Helen McGrath looked like a fairy as Miss McNultys crownbearer iLUerary honors were conferred on Misses Loretta Desse Louise Fowler Glayds Hoertz Alexina Simon Halys James and Ethel Ryan- IIJCITA11ISTIO LEAGUE- J The fifth national congress of the Priests Eucharistic League will con vane at Cincinnati September 28 to October 1 A great gathering of ec cjeBlastlos is Promisedc BROWN CHESTER MlM Suean E Browne and William D Chester popular young people of Clifton will be united In matrimony next We4nday Immedlctely t r the ceremony Mr axul Mrs Chester will lvefo1 An extended trip U rotth the WeoL includlsg Yellow ttoe1 Park They will b tlhoweta ttielr ifiMnM at 111 itoll AYWMM alter ul Tb rkUro ii- tk 0 r v 11 Mc j 1 tc h cr f daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Browne and the groom occupies a responsible position with theLouls- vltle Nashville Railroad Company He Is the son of Mr and Mrs John Cheater and a brother of Miss AbbIe Chester CHORAL CLUB Dined by Mackln Council at Sennlrikaotc ParkIc Mackin Council gave a most en joyable dinner dancetto the members of its Choral Club at Sennlng Park on Saturday evening at 7 oclock Covers were laid for CCvntyfive and every place was occupied The big dining hall rang With the merry laughter of the yodng people and the place was aglowj with colors of dainty gowns I The supper was bounteous and served In Sennlngs best style Thomas D Clines presided as toast master Aulyn Kanston was the first speaker Mr Konston composed and directed the production of The Campus His remarks were in I ofICQllectlvely thelp for their attention to detail I i I President Samuel JL Robertson as President of the council thanked all I for the efficient work in the per formance of The Campus and told of the moral physical and In tellectual benefits to be gained by membership in Mackln Council Louis J Kleffer was the next speaker and he lauded Mr Kanston for his work for Mackln and his friendship for the cpuncll Miss Abbie Chester prima donna In The Campus sang Id Like To Be the Prlmnm Donna In a spirit of good humor all joined in singing Were Dreaming All Day Long Then the entire assembly proceeded to the dancing halljwhere the light fantastic was tripped until 1130 oclock All returned home sounding Macklns praises h WEDDINtH BELLS Rang Merrily When Walsh KiefferWedjdIng Was Solemnized One of the prettiest June weddings at St Cecilias chmrch was that wMlch united Miss Mary Catherine Kieffer and Austin E Walsh on Tuesday morning At the ceremony and high nuptial mBS Father Brady was assisted by Falhers Tlaffo and SchuhmannThe were Miss Lillian Kleffer a sister of the bride and William Walsh a brother of the groom The ushers were Joseph Kieffer and Thomas Walsh The bride Was beautiful in her wedding gown of white and carrIed a bouquet of brides roses The bridesmaid was equally lovely In a white gown arid picture hat Immediately after the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of Mrs Mary Klef fer mother of the bride after which Mr and Mrs Walsh left on an extended bridal tour They will be at home to their friends after July 10 The outoftown guests included Miss Mary Walsh of Oonnellsvllle Ind Mr and Mrs William Hocker smith Miss Blanche Hockersmlth Mrs J E Fltzslmmons Mrs John Glenn all of Bowling Green Miss Patsy Plgott and Mrs H J Hocker smith of Jackson Tenn and Miss Abell of Lebanon Ky- HISTORIC FLAG The original StarSpangled Banner I tho flag that inspired Francis Scott Key to write the national anthem is to be agAin unfurled over the ramparts of historic Fort McHenry on September 12 the anniversary of the battle ot North Point The flag is In possession of Eben oldII ton of New York and Is stored In a sate vault In that city Appleton I is a descendant of Lieut Col George garIrlsonraft is to be asked to deliver an ad tress at the patriotic celebratibm RECENT DEATHS After the requiem mass at St Johns church on Tuesday morning the remains of Mrs Nannie Noonan who died at the family residence 614 East Gray street early Monday morning were sent to Bardstdwmi for Interment iFjiends of Mr and Mrs Dennde Hetre anof23 West Chestnut street extend heartfelt sympathy on the death of their son Carl who died early Tuesday morning The funeral tOOl place from St Charles Horeomeo church on Wednesday hfternoon The funeral of Mss Mamie A Glltnane who died at the family res Jdence 3131 Portland avenue on Sunday took place from the Church of Our Lady Portland on Tuesday mornlng The deceased was twenty onoyears old and w6tthe daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Glltnane Miss Glltnane bed beeu ill only1 a few days and her death Is mourned by many friends iNIOim4Y OUTING KxKktoylHe Counoil Knight of Columbia yiilll give 1U iuuiuajout 1IkuNdaY4HU1itkn he Katgbte atiMtjjr 1saUI onay- s s a r ic tJ S o 0 JciJci1cc 7 j ct STUNG I Daniel E OSulllvaa Can Not Stand Doses He Gives Attorney and Erstwhile Editor Takes itelugc In Federal Court Frank McGrnth Exonerated Bc lore Commissioner Henry- S Cassin OTHER CASES IN ABEYANCE On Wednesday afternoon Messrs William M Higgins and John J Barry editors and owners of the Kentucky Irish American and Frank McGrath Chairman of the Demo cratlc City and County Committee were notified that warrants had been Issued from the Federal Court for their arrest on the ground that they had sent matter through tho United States malls In violation of the Federal statutes Messrs McGrath Higgins and Barry at once went to the office of United States Marshal Long and gave bond in the sum of 200 each They were given an ex amining trial before Commissioner I Henry Cassin on Thursday afternoon Mr McGrath was dismissed at the hearing The Commissioner took the cases against Messrs Higgins and Barry under advisement He an nounced that he would give a decision at 11 oclock this morning On April 7 Daniel E OSullivan editor attorney and exofficeholder published a card in the Louisville Herald anent the retirement of Cols John H and James po Whallen from I politics In It he attacked the Whallens and their successors in control of the Democratic party He also attacked quite viciously the city and county officeholders Those men were friends of Messrs Barry and Higgins The Kentucky Irish Saturldayanswer Mr OSulllvan That It did so effectively is best evidenced by the fact that Mr OSullivan took refuge In the Federal Court The Democratic City and County Committee saw the answer to OSullIvans card liked It and purchased copies to be mailed to Demo catlc voters The copies were pur chased and mailed in the usual manner of handling second class United States mall Last week S E matterII States Postoffice sistant Postmaster John Morey appeared at the office of the Kentucky IrIsh American and after several con ferences collected the amount alleged to be due the Government for extra postageII On Wednesday iMessrs Higgins I and Barry were notified of the fact that warrants had been sworn out for thorn With Mr MtoGrath they went to the United States Marshals office and gave bond with Alderman James Treasy as bondsman for each The examining trial took place on CommlsIsloneIThe Government was represented AttorneyGeorgevas represented by W M Smith former United States District Attor roy and Get Basil Duke Daniel E OSulllvian was the first H ItneSs for the prosecution Ho told of receiving a copy of the Kentucky Irish American On cross examina tion he stated that he was an attor ney and a former editor also that he still wrote occasionally for dif ferent papers On the objection of the District Attorney Mr CPSulllvan was not allowed to answer certain questions relative to matters he had i I himself written and caused to be published Thomas Wilson United States I Weigher of Malls and SuperIntendent- of second class matter for the Louis tillo PostOfllce told of receiving the papers n question told of the visit of Mr Higgins to his office of the In structions he gave Mr HIggIns and how Mr Higgins had caused all re quirements to be complied with Ills impression WillS that the Kentucky Irish American was sending out cample copies to induce people to pubfroribe i Postoflice Inspector Susong told of conferences with Messrs Barry Me 0 rath and IHiggtns relative to the matter in hand Assistant Postmen j ter John IMorey corrOborated Mr Sn song At mo time was there any evidence adduced to show that MrII McGrath did more than buy a nun tor of copies of tko paper for the comImltteeFrank MoGrath ames the first wit ness for the defense He admitted buying the copies for the commit tee lie had rid fcnowled e of the nrtlole before it was Written The pap were purchased because the Kentucky Irish American defended the TVhallens and the Democratic committeeWilliam G OlRellly stenographer t at the Democratic headquarters tee titled tba he had written the addresses on the extra copies He had no instructions about marking but tlRedhlaVinj option John J Barry told reading the Aoprnlaulio1cIWIt twered Udied that he had asy ooaferfHOi rIta Mri MaOratn 71afl J i III 0 Ao live to its preparation Illindln9lstcd that the article would have been written In defense oftho Messrs Whallen and the Democratic com- mIttee had Mr McGrath never ex isted Attorney Smith asked Ute dismis sal of Mr McGrath and quoted de cisions of the United States Appel late Court to show that Messrs hg gins and Barry had not violated the law District Attorney George Du Relic made a strong plea for convic UonoCommlsslonerClSsln dismissed Mr MoGrath He held In abeyance his decision regarding Messrs Higgins and Barry until this morning To sum it all up Daniel E OSul llvan is sore at the Kentucky Irish American and the Democratic com mittee because it refused to bow to the McCreary machine on which he rides For more ithan twenty years he has made wanton attacks on oth eta When he got a dose of his own medicine he flew to the Custom House like a time turtle dove seek Info refuge In Its cote COMPLIMENTED Division 1t A O H Hears Nice Things rrom Visitors County Preslednt D J Coleman and John HessIon of Division 3 were welcome visitors at the meeting of Division 1 A O IL on Tuesday alght President Murphy presided Frank KInney who had been 111 was reported well and Tim Lyons was reported ill Tho division ordered paIdI oomph mented Division 1 on its stehdy work and urged all to secure moro members in order to make the parade next year a great success John Hession one of Division 3s representatives on the County Board expressed himself as gratified with the work mapped out by Division 1 and predicted that the annual celebration had picnic at Phoenix Hill Park would surpass all others Thomas Keenan Sr made an urgent appeal for organized work tp I secure new members so that Louis vlllo would add at least another thousand to the ranks of the Ancient Order Others who made nice talks along similar lines were Thomas Lawler and Thomas Dolan I The matter of securing a set of moving pIctures of IrIsh scenery was discussed but was left open for further argument MADE GOOD Athletic Club Holds a Suc cessful Open Air Carnival The grand carnival and open air vaudeville entertainment given by I the Columbia Athletic Club on day Tuesday and Wednesday 1lonI ings was eminently successful The fund thus secured will form aii nucleus for a purse that will enable the society to build its own club house The Columbia Athletic Club Is made up of young Catholic men nearly all of whom reside in St Vincent de Paul parish They are I banded together for social physical and intellectual improvement andIj have accomplished a great work I I i The carnival was held on the i lawn of the club house at 1218 Logan street and the place was I crowded each night There were wheels refreshments and other at tractions common to open al1car1nlvals William Larkin William Martin Ben Speaker lion Beckman Charles Geyer and Martin Kramer were among the leading comedy en I terlalners Miss RegIna First won applause for her execution on the violin The little overmeyor sisters Ii deserve special mention for their i song and dance turn Many ex pressed the hope that the club would give another carnival before the summers end THANKSGIVING I reast of the Sacred Heart Was PiouslySN Observed Yesterday was the feast of tile Sacred Heart of Jesus and it was celebrated with more or less Sol emnlty all over the world The cele bration of the feast at Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway was deferred from Friday until tomorrow morning in order that theI entire congreglltlon may be present I The Rev Father Patrick Walsh 1 Will celebrateI a high mass of thanks giving which will be followed bYI benediction of the Most Blessed Sac I rament After the religious ceremonies 1 Father Walsh will confer diplomas and medals on graduates of the commercial class of his class CEDAR GROVE tOApEUYI Old Cedar Grove Academy held its annual commencement exercises on upUsmadoaattended and showed that they had been carefully trained by the good Sisters ot Loretto The mu Ic And drills were of an unusually Algh claaa order i The Meteor March by the young ladles orchestra de erve special Hientton and the 4loierdrlll by the beMiUfulJtmade the cloetor address land1icont- erred t1o dlftlomaa and prisea 0- i o QUEENS S One ot the Small But Central Counties In Dear Old Ireland Mountains and Valleys Ple UIfully Irrigated by Rivers and Streams a Ancient Territory ot OMoores Divided Into Shire Grounds CONTAINS FINE OLD RUINS Oueens county is almost in the center of Ireland With Kings county it was formed into shire ground during the reign of Philip and Mary and the counties received their present names 1m honor of the King and Queen Queens county is thirtynfour miles long end twentynine miles broad It has an population part of the county Itf mountainous tut nearly all the rest Is level and In many places hat In the moun ormore1700 feet high lAke many other counties in Ire land Queens Is plentifully watered At the northeast end of the Shove Bloom mountains a number of glens open out to the northeast all drained liy rivers of which those on the west run to the basin of the Shannon and those on the east to the Barrow Tho Barrow itself rises I none ofy toltheBouteogueV Fushogue rivers The INore coming from mpperary forms a semi circular sweep of twentyfour miles Ilu Queens county and later enters Kilkenny Tributary to the Nero are the Delour the Montrath the lOwenlbeg the dough and the Gully rivers The akes in Queens countyStaro small and unimportant Tho southeast of the county along the Dysart and Sllevemargy hills possesses a vas deposit of coal but the mines have never been worked Maryborough with a population of 2800 is the assize town Mount melllck In the north lIs an excellent business town Portarllngton Htradbally Glbuntrafch and Sorrls InOssory are all thriving little townsThe ancient territory of Lain com prised almost the entire county It was the Inheritance of the OVUooros a fighting clan on whose green shield was emblazoned Conlan abu victory tforeven The chief of the 7 ofi fpresent town of Maryborough It Is n rock rising precipitously from the plain and still containing on Its summit the ruins of OMoores Castle The baronies of Portnahlnch and Tlnnehlnch dn the north fornfed part of the ancient Offaly Portnahlnch- I Iarony also formed part of the ancient territory of Clal1Int1a ere the baronies at Upper Woods Clandonagh and Clarmallagh formed part of the subkingdom of Osspry The Duni of Olopook three miles south of Stradbally Is a high rock with an Immense ancient dUll or fort occupying the entire summit About a mile south ot It Is another great port that of Lugacurren At the village of Tttmahoe where an abbey was founded by St Mochua in the sixth century there is a beautiful round tower and also the fine ruin I am Elizabethan castle MADE FRIENDS Judge Pollard of Breathltt Wants to Be Attorney General Judge O H Pollard of Breathjtt county spent several days in Louisville this week and WhIle circulating among old friends made many new ones Judge Pollard Is a splendid type ot a selfmade man He was left an orphan and without funds at a tender age but with indomitable courage he worked his way to the bench and has arisen to A position of eminence in Breathltt countSJUdge Pollard Is a candidate fa the nomination for Attorney General subject to the action of the Demowcratlo party Ho is a tried and rfxue Democrat and numerous press corn meats indicate that his candidacy te meeting with favor among the rant and file of the party Certain it is that ho will have a big vote to Louisville and Jeffersoa county Wherever he goes he snakes friends He Js tan able campaigner and if he lives long enough will achieve higher honors than tflipse to which Jie now ASpiresICONSECRATION The consecration of Righ Rev John Henry Tihen Biehol6 01 Lincoln will take pteee ple6 Jwist Thursday the fMt of fits fiiand Paul In the Cfe diiI4 irib Wlohlta Right Bey Btafcep 1H iiU a neaey will be the ooR or Ins Ute aed Bishop Sc 1IL rOwiiil and iLlllte of JCan wC1ty UI1teJL1tfp a F ccm a oj t Rao- Rx tD pr K t LCI i ISH irac WIGANxN Y ns KfKTU6KYIRISfirMERIGtUr dented lathe SetUI Hal Moral AaTinceBwaestet el Irish Anerfcus and Cithdlci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COlncorpor ted Pullnhera- UIiSCRIPTIONPRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Baltrtd et till LoulfYlll PoitoMlc u SecoadCliM natter- 1ddreeiLUCserualtatloute the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet J TRADES UNION COUNCIL a = LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 24 1911 WHERE WE STAND In view of the happenings of the past week like the Rochester Ca olic Citizen we rise and ask why should others worry about the vigor I of the articles appearing In the Kentucky Irish American when 1 s I publishers do not The only way to pin the confidence and patronage the people is by calling a spade ota 111I spade regardless of whoso hand It Is Y In This policy during the past tltwelve years has obtained for the Kentucky Irish American its great circulation Even the most timid person admires those who standalone I a when a matter of principle isII r at stake The great defect among our people is that we do not posse s enough of those who have the courage of their convictions and willing ness to voice them In public andII I j private But then of course all of us I are not built alike To the foregoing j we believe Daniel E OSullivan will now agree y BRAVE LEADER GONE It is not at all amiss to say something in praise of J Proctor I Knott former Governor of Kentucky i who breathed his last oalasI Sunday and who was laid in his I grave on Tuesday As a Kentuckiani member of Congress or reprek I ksentag Marion county in the Constitutional convention roctorII Knott was never afraid of a fight it mattered not who was the foe The greater the number of his enemies the greater was his glory In the fight Although he was not I Catholic he was always a foe j religious proscription Surely there can bo no harm in saying and j praying May thIs brave sonII Marion county rest in i peaceII INSANE PATRIOTISM 11 In the name of humanity an common decency let us have a sane Fourth of July In the past the da yr has been marled by disaster andI1 death Reckless handling of gun powder and firearms has brought woe to many homes Instead ot I Independence day it has become I n Incendiaries day Fires are numerr I ous and the losses of property are I great on July 4 Every fireman i loN dreads the day No fire departmentt gets through the day without J exhaustion or accident On each recurring Independence day scores I ilJhnbSIareBI I I because some people have an idiotic I ItI1tI I I ties to curb this mania by police regulations On any other day if a mean or boy would attempt to main himself he would be sent to the asylum On July 4 all seem to havslot1 license to Injure themselves o others The use of firearms and ex plosives is a very poor show o PatrIotism a NOW A LAW I The bill recently passed by the New York Legislature prohibiting I i I the impersonation of the acredI i Person on the stage is now a law lI Goy Dlx has attached his signatureI j to it and It will become operative onl the first day of next September ThisI law will put an end at least in on State to that tendency which has balm growing among theatrical man agers to outrage the religious sensibilities of Christian people Such Impersonations serve no good Pur pose and tend only to foster Irrever Benceof Now that thoEmpire State has taken at the step ways the Providence Visitor other States that have no such law Should ifbllow BLOW TO TOADIES American toadies tuft hunters and King adorers got a severe jolt on Tuesday when Congressman Sabattr of Illinois introduced a resolution fa the House of Bepreaenfetlvee to probe into what facetiously called Coippnic THe1ltisThIa lie de n jtoribftd ea a disease ofurJch trust mode won llilMrcliofmi4 r I titles Mrabath demanded aw inquiry ia to l byonly two dozen Am rtcn Peeresses had been jr otd p rakMkm to taket1Htrtln ne ij the c roatton festivities iwhlks other IAm Jwoan wearing titlesm wlire IMoa dJ crimtaeed agataat GHIa TCMlHftbiMl tO tiriteA for toformalloa as to the atiibar of H ofunhappyof American mineY being sgeataIn the chaw after coronets Mr SaeaUi t says the information is desired that the Government may judge tot beinghbenefited by this trade ILIFE INSURANCE isA man out in Oklahoma favo making life insurance compulsory might not be a bad idea Life is fullof disappointments accidents and sudden deaths iMany young men take brides and are soon after stricken in death Perhaps some of them leave children or an Infant yet unborn without any provision The man who erects a building Tire WhyIII should a man care less for his wife and children than for his house or barn Compulsory insurance shoo not be mecessary Every man who takes a bride should present her with 1 la life insurance policy be it ever so small Catholic men ought to take I their policies out In CathoJ fraternal orders because there area sufficient number of high dassI societies aWaitlngthem BROTHERLY LOVE Associated Press dispatches toIiin that the Rev Cortland Myers I I Boston one of the visiting Baptists at Philadelphia talked with fire and brimstone on his tongue last Sunday He was Toasting some of his col I I leagues In the Baptist ministry an declared that some of them were holdnlg high offices in the church I who were not sure of their belief the divinity of Christa They are as unorthodox as the- o i devil declared Mr IyersILlke wolves In sheeps clothing they ar made up of Baptist wool an Unitarian hair They are hypocrites who are In the church througha foul trick and should be sent where the belongAnother sample of Baptist broth Llerly love I Church progress of St Louis say regarding the repent Presbyterian meeting In tbls city Our separated brethren of the Southern Presby terian church have Imposed o themselves the task of putting the Catholic church out of business in this country The conditions ofI Presbytorianism here indicate that it would be Wiser and more appropriate thetwould keep their own church In business IOf I I course Americans were prom inent in the coronation festivities the show would not be complete thorn but indications are not wanting that they refused to priceademanded for an opportunity to seejj thegreat parade For this display J wisdom stayathome A J will rejoice erlcansJJJ i I fThe Kentucky Irish American I offers hearty congratulations andJI J best wishes to tho Emerald of Manchester N H which celebratedl l its seventeenth anniversary tae I week If is small but its news is wholesome and the editor is ever anldd I Ij I 1 prosper JJ- l I If you lose your temper let it go IteBISHOPS ESCORT I Gen Michael iRelchert In behalf IIacooptedMlII special escort to the Right Rev ishop OM naghue at the bleteelng the rnerstpne of the new chapel I St Anthonys Hospital Barrett end Wickllffe avenues tomorrow evening I fc yOffANS SUFFRAGE Sc scared HEDII Cardinal womans suffrage in an address at the commencement exercises of St Josephs Dr College at Baltimore last week tal think the place for woman l in the drone he said Homan should not want to vote but If they took proper interest In the attain of their bus11 bands and brothers they could easily I have them cast their ballots in the right tnwnnetv tat doing this woman ttrOtightNO aiAlUlIAB HELLS iProm Partf FraHoe cornea the I wa that there te abeolutely Hart truth that tie Countess 8oUtewood IV ldll1 tsa9t ed to marry Carseorh aCknadianvniio lines1n Retire They iCoutitee Iwiul ri iaally 1in MlM IkHie Bmtoptlt of JK Lo la LI w talker iutotW tiN Mayor tbeuEcite 6 Tb i ICouHteMT ie wealthy MId heonrerN4 1MStNs + 6 r fleas oneowv n4a and eademlee to Mleeevri Nad Keattieky re i ifAflt I oil1 t lifr fJlol lI r1OCIITi s 1 lQ r S Mrs J Waters of Frankfort Ited Mrs Gibbons this week in Cllfj ton deMiss Bertha Cohn is the guest Miss Alteen K1 kmanof Blrmlng SIham Ala Miss Ida Charles Carroll of Hubera Station is the guest ot Miss Llll Kearns Miss Laura Maxey has been spend Ing a week at Bardstown the gas of Mrs John Kelly soMiss Bertha Sullivan of Nashvll- Is visiting her grandparents l and Mrs Jacob Kuhn Miss Minnie Murray of Clifton spent Sunday at Latonia with h brother Eugene Murray frrao PennaylvanItbeenstudylng I Attorney Thomas Walsh 1 I Thursday to spend several weeks tho old homestead at Alpine Ind Miss Idele McCloy of Clifton w this week the guest of her cousin Miss Pauline Burns in Lexington yrJfra P Walsh and daughter ail harolette are spending three wee In Chicago as the guests of Mr and Mrs J Gibbons IdMiss Margaret O Hennessy h Just returned from a visit to Louis where she was the guest of Miss Bessie Donahue 1urpfehY are home from Nazareth Academy to spendthe summer with their par cats in the Highlands Mr and Mrs Edward J Hosier have sold their home on Bighla avenue and have taken the Goddard building oilbliss Ida May Zook entertained with a Dutch lunch last Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss Rosella Kaltenbrun of Frankfort IImfr and Mrs Joe Halley anted r faired in honor of their tenth wed ding anniversary Monday evening their home on Bank street IltIl 1ndnas Florence Leahy daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas J Leahy grad uated front the Girls High School1 this week with high honors SecretaryLlreturned Tuesday from a short visit to Joseph Kelran at Memphis y11Iiss Katherine Keams who h been a student at Nazareth is at home to spend vacation with her mother Mrs Katherine Kearns Sofaer day for Indianapolis She was maid ot honor at the StinsonPopp wedding on Wednesday June 21 11Urs Joseph L Otte Miss Angela I Otte Mrs William G Kennedy and sister Miss Adele Hoffman are I spending the week at Cedar Creek I Tenn I Miss Ada Byrne of 1806 East t Spring street New Albany has re I turned home from Rockport Ind I where she was the guest of Miss I Cecilia Sullivan IMr and Mrs Henry Fust have re turned from a honeymoon trip to Nlgara Falls arid the East and are at home to their friends at 2214 Bowling avenue whso was Miss Kathryn Denzlnger eare spending their honeymoon in the Nosh They will be at home to their friends after July 1 J1oUsses Margaret Brennan and Li lian Sage o JeffersonvJlle were chaperones for a large party of young people at Fern Grove on Friday of last week hats been a pupil at Sacred Heart Academy has returned to spend her vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs Edward J Bosler inIjIng Sacred Heart church several1 weeks ago is able to be up and about again to the great delight of her friends IIrand cf Mrs Thomas Hays who SF were united in marriage at St- atricks church on Wednesday of t week have returned from a bridal trlpto Chicago and Mil waukee Misses Nano and Katherine Coleman and their brother Capt Thom I LoulsvllleonThursdayI i ColemanILittle Bertha iBeckmann niece of J bra Keaney who gUUmltted to operation at SC Josephs Infirm ary recently has returned to her horns and iIe doing nicely She will sobs be able to be out with her friends and Mrs Robert Hampton and bride who WM bills Mary Gibbons are expected return today from a honeymoon jp to the East Their marriage was tore quietly solemnized at St Frances of Rome cburchtev Father WUHe Ky performing the ceremony 1 Mr end Mrs ARea tf iBlrnbaum ho t ere united in marriage at cred HMT church on Thursday of1MtkjwJl1n1h their home the outb The bride was Miss l UHM Oatlstiefrla Ryn and Is thti dotnghfar of iftrrtttid lilts Trx c4n Rysm anidl Zbq Mr and Mil taibMKd plj tt have I turned trotf their brWal trip and I t t iSVsS t m M Fbpdstreetmanagingeditormarriage was performed by the Rev Father O P Ackeronan in the rectory isofSt Philip Ned church on Thursday of fast week On Wedneeday June 28 Airs FofSchaotzly will be united in marriage at Holy Nameohurch The brides maids will be MIsses Mary Song Mary IRosseldand Emella Holmes The Misses Depict of Seymour dad will act as flower girls Joseph rtelohert Arthur Seiner and John Maguire will be the ushers JstW1l1 Burke one of Mackin Coun cils veteran workers Is homo from Columbus1eIrOhio to spend his vacation with hIS parents Mr and Mrs M J Burke of Sixth street and Belgravia Mr Durke is studying for the Dominican priesthood Student life agrees with erhim and ho is showing the effects of plenty of outdoor exorcise oflaseason was Miss Ida Elflng and Chris Young at Wednesdayeft PerotThe attendants were Miss Agnes weddingIlSbride Mr and Mrs D Elflng 850 Milton avenug r Charleskspopular young people the East End were united in matrimony at St Pauls church on Tues day morning The ceremony was YorkStmass Miss Dorothy Morat was mold of honor After an Informal break fast the young couple left for a bridal trip through the East Miss Mary Elsie Breen and John L Manus popular young people of Floyd county Indiana were united In Santiago at St Marys of the morningtothey will begin housekeeping 1410 State street New Albany The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Breen of Floyds Knob while Mr Manus Is tho son of lint and Mrs Frank Manus of New AlbanyII A farewell garden party was given AtlaslI West Oak street Among those who enjoyed the overt were Misses Nell Puckett Mary Sullivan Agnes Mona han Maude Nolly Florence Brennan Kate McIntyre Mary Nally Ruth Bronger Cardele StrObel Nell Sullivan Lila Nally Lillian Taylor Ruby MoMurray JOsie Taylor Jewel SulH van Anna Mae McIntyre Ethel Hen nlng and Anna Edelen of New Alas bany and Messrs Lyda Brandford Jack Strobel George Hyland Jack Schacklette Fine Harris Charles McDevitt Bernie Pfiester James Hines Louis Kinney George Oukel John Pfiester Louis Cooper Austin McIntyre Harry and Raleigh Taylor i A merry party of young people tram the West End gave a basket picnic at Blackistons Mills near New Albany last Sunday Among those present were Misses Bessie Rogers Alvina Archer Evelyn Mur phy Frona Klpp Carrie Bader Bessie Gazwell Emma Romp Mary Cusick Anna Ohlendorf Camille Roblnson Bessie iFrenkel Blanche Blzmeler Edna Mohlenkamp Cath atlas Clock Mabel Slater Margaret McKenzIe Nina Burns Grace Smith Nora Moran Mary Idnton1 and Messrs Thomas Coleman Gus Hoertz Fred Wells Michael Healy John Healyr James J Naughton Jr Charles McICune Louis Wagner Rus sell Moeller A Whitehouse Bud Guslck Joe Higgins Leonard Smith Roy Cooper F Leonard FOF- raney Frank Crawford Richard Boyle Alfred Kreakel Joe Bernard Henry Fleece Edward Monheimer and John Grossest PINED AWAYI Aged Matron Mourned the Death of Her- tlusband St Martins pariAh mourns the loss of one of Its oldest and most falthlful membara in the death of Mrs Regina Herberger who passed 1sway about midnight on Saturday Her death occurred at her resld9nce 716 South Shelby street Sho had seen in falling health since the death her husband Peter Herberger r two years ego Thedeceascd was born in Baden Germany She carne to America as nglra and When quite young mar tied Peter Herberger who was for Jeers promiinpntinr local business JsJ George Eichorn bits Herman Reil Ing and Miss Rose Herberger lies funeral took place from St Martins Thechurchfriends ALUMNAE ELECT t The Alumnae Association of St Cathrlues Acade1pymet last week elected the following officers j Jack Chinri Harrodburj President Mrs H Dlckervon Dan Tllle Va Vice President Mica Juda Durrett Wfgginton Ky Secretary CCaeyDanvUleKYTreasU- r6t Airs Mi True Harrodtburr ToftBtmtotrei FOR WORTIrY CAUSE 1 nihe OdaMNof Sacrd Heart 1R treat Newburg road trill she a picnic on tbsounde opposite the Sari retreat cwJuly 4 Jt flne dinner and supper will bi oared at twenivQTe W a p t Tlbar will be 0kmw rutw For youo MUd old T oiqw9 ot the picnic Ito ia beantlfud c s i t trii t I o B N joOHNSON j DECLARES FOR WILLIAM ADDAMS Washington June 8 William S Addams of Cynthiana is the unqualified choice of Representative Ben Johnson for the Democratic nomination for Governor The Representative from the Fourth Congressional district has not heretofore expressed choice in the Gubernatorial race and only consentedto do so today when informed toknowposition was by a pile papers and law books but he consented to breakaway from his important duties long enough to say a word as to the Gubernatorial contest in Kentucky politicianheany nation and that of the State and has not given aid or comfort to any movement to dis criminate against any one because of the Constitutional privilege said Mr Johnson HHe is honest he is capable he is independent of all rings or cliques and will give the State a splendid business administration Besides these considerations he can win in November and put Kentucky back in the Democratic fold THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nlgbtCarri1225 W MARKET ST PETER MANDBIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET JLBrownfieldGoL 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7846 the lawn in front of Sacred Heart Retreat The marriage PRETTY ot VEDD bPiss NGii Cutler and Phil J solemnized Tuesday JI James church Edenslde avenue and Bardstown road The cer nony was performed by the Ray K E WJllett Mtep RoM Watson wail the maid of honor and ilea J Sanamaai the beefs FQnOI We Inarrtsg a a weth llvenueAftra brides a41dM1IMNI immedia4sfamllywsf pareglSty grid rBharl iii twherer r- u a 1 l Greater Cut Price Sale 2250 20 18 Values Now 14 1415 and 1250 Values Now 975 975Choice of the Finest 35 30 25 Suits2250C- UT PRICE ON FINE TROUSERS Cunning Lewis Brotzge EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP N E COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON IT DOESNT PAYTO argue against QUALITY Qetthe BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER a MANUFACTURE BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantLoultvlllt t AWNINGS AND TENTS IA large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent hereOrdersEstimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST M J BANNON P BANNON JR HM WOLTRING k Tress Secretary liBaDnnBSewer Pipei- Salt Co 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CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 50 Under the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and co- micICE VWfWPPN ii i FOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 percent on your ice bill Our ice Is made from distilled water only Family delivery will ba prompt and satisfactory icetorailoccasiostlty Both Phone- s297AMERICAN IIIce and INCORPORATED Storage CoijPearl and Floyd 1 MONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermonttthreecar loads of Monuments for our U largeetandbeetallOrtment eVer carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give ue ac- allONMUL Mortumciit ftrnpany ala W aItIMaIIYIII KiI r U f t4- r j w tt HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOcncral- News Notese Seventyfive members form the nucleus for the division just inatl tuted at Madison Wis A class of forty candidates was Initiated last week by the Ladles Auxiliary at St Paul Denver Hibernians are doing faith ful vork for the diamond Jubilee celebration In that city Through the East clubs ore being organized to attend the national con vention in Chicago next year Members of the order at Milwaukee have endowed a Hibernian scholarship at Marquette University Commemorating lie twentyfifth anniversary the division at Daven pbrt Iowa held a private reunion and picnic for its members andthelr friends Our county officers are taking the right steps for Increasing the membership President Coleman wants to initiate 1000 candidates this year The national officers have been doing splendid work throughout the country and a substantial in crease in membership In many localties is the result National President Regan spent tho past week visiting divisions In Maryland and next week he will ad dress meetings of the order In the principal cities of Virginia The Ancient Order of Plttsburg celebrated the diamond jubilee bj Initiating a class of 942 members National President Regan and Secre tary McGlnnis werehonor guests In the presence of visitors from other States and an immense gather- Ing the Indianapolis Ladies Auxiliary degree team conferred the four degrees on a class of sixty can didatesTickets are out for Hibernian day at Phoenix Hill Park on July 20 and already there ins been a large sale Divisions 2 and 3 added to their numbers this week five applicants being elected Irish history having been placed in the curriculum of St Vincents Academy for Girls the Hibernians of Walla Walla Wash have offered a gold medal to the pupH attaining the highest average- It is now thought the Emmet Memorial Hall being erected by the Chicago Hibernians will be ready for dedication next August It is hero the sessions of the next national convention will be held President John Hennessy requests all members of Division 4 to be pres ent at the meeting to be held Monday night at Bertrand Hall The business will be of Interest to all and In cludes communications and recom mendations from the National Board While on his Southern trip Na tional President Regan will visit South Carolina Georgia Alabama Louisiana Texas and Tennessee Kentucky offers IJ good field for his labors and Its omission from the Presidents itinerary has occasioned no little surprise STATE PAin MUSIC ICalllendos great Italian band Which has entertained royalty more thon once will be heard dally at the Kentucky State Fair September 11 to 16 With the band will be five soloists of internatlanlal And If this were no reputatlonlI State Fair manfltjement for two other high class bands so that the musical features will bo more hen abundant The soloists will be heard In the pavilion from stands especially arranged for them This artistic treat is expected to be a big lilt It will be provided In connect son with the horse show The latter will be free at night so that everybody may see and hear NEW ASSISTANT PASTOR The Rev Father Joseph McAJcer who was ordained at St Melnrada Abbey on Junie 10 has been eip pointed assistant pastor at St Fiatrloks tihuifch He will be of great add to the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V 0 After his first muss at St Pauls church on Sunday June 11 Father McAleer went to Jollett Ill and St Louts Cor a brief visit He assumed his yew duties on Thursday I PIONIO ON JULY 4 Great preparationsf are being made tar the big 1picnic to be given at Sliver Lako Park on Charles Klemenz place near OBannon onII July 4 Meals will be served on the grounds There will be muslc and damlcing The Committee on Ar teterHotman1 The funds will be devoted to af worthy cause GRADUATE FJIOM IXUISyirjTiE- Joseph I Gpergel of this cl yWhOII a student for the priesthood was lis onlWcdneff1ayHe I several years as a students oti philosophy and theology before he is ordained I KNJOVEI THEMSELVES iPatrolmemi Tom Fltzglbboins and Mike OTHara have returned from atICIMcagodeclare they ted the time at their livesYNEW CHAPKlj IDhRjInV Denis ODOnaglpue- will offlctet it the bUMtor of the tItIAMk0RY4fWiokUfM VteUMM a T o doekIto morrow raoog OLDB8T TRHK6 The dine IJ Mivd to M Vii l Iakleat ofirau MMM tavta attaiowl UM a8e of 700 renn I RRC j iVt jft i it iL i Uo11 1 t VOTE FOR EDWARD JJMDERMOTTFOR M M LIEUTENANTrGGOVERNORR Democratic Primary Saturday July 1 1911 IMPROVING The Jegion of friends of Josep Hancock the well known young attorney and Vice President of Mackin Council will be glad to learn that hIs condition Is greatly improved He suffered an attack o heart failure and for several days his friends were much alarmed over his Illness SUNSET EXCURSION Mackin Council Social Club will give a sunset excursion on the river on July 29 Some of the best talent In the city will assist In the Vaudeville entertainment SAILED FOR EUROPE Mr and Mrs John P Oertel sailed from New York last Tuesday on- board the Kaiser der Grosse of the North German Lloyd Line to spend the summer abroad- ACHOh1RYS NEW BISHOP The Very Rev Dr Patrick Morri son a native of Charlestown County Mayo has been appointed Bishop of the vacant diocese of Achonry Ire land Bishop Morrison is about forty years old and is an ardent Home Ruler and supporter of the Iri h National party He was or dained at Maynooth Seminary In 1892 Later he was chosen toy the I Irish hierarchy as one of the deans of the Irish National College He thejpI NEVER ONCE BROKEN hasII I The seal of the confessional so far las Is known never once been broken There have been weak priests foolish priests bad priests npcatato priests priests who have acIt1onexcaptt I seal of confesslofy The fact fa so unique and so stupendous as to comp J btitute a striking proof of the iI divinity of the institution of ILl rloular confession REAL CHARITY The St Vincent de Paul Society In New York Is carrying on a great work among the tenement dwellers In the big metropolis It has erected a fresh air home at Spring Valley in the Ramapo Hills Rockland county where poor children and working girls are given two weeks rest and recreation The St Vincent de Paul Society pays all the bills including oar fare WESTERN SUMMER SOJIOOLV Spring Bank Oconoimowoc Lake this where the Western Catholic Summer School Is annually conducted will open July 1 The build Ings and grounds have been thor oughly renovated and freshened Aside from the Instructive lectures Spring Bank Is an Iideal summer resort JUSIIOIOAnnOJTI i Bishop Carroll of Helena Mont who was recently in Rome has of ten been mentioned as successor to Archbishop Keane of Dubuque He was born in DUbuiiealld Vas for some years a prlesf pf that archdiocese He is National Chaplain of tho Ancient Order of Hibernian POPE PIUS WELL Reports from nor say that Pope Plus 3Cis enjoying extraordinarily good health On Monday he re oolved in private audiences Cardinal Merry lei Val Cardinal Blsletl and Monsignor Coppetelll Patriarch of I Constaninople TAFT TO HONOR KNIGHTS President Tart has accepted an in vitation to speak at the annual ban quet of Spalding Council Knights of Columbus to be held in Peorja ill In September ILATEST IN STYLE IHuge black stir revere are used on white suits A new color alliance Is mahogany and peacockbluo r Slue avid sea ia one of the new color mbfria OOsII Suede hoe with tiny straps over In iiopitlar1n the wrapped tunlcdOOttnatNenUre1rTld bathing suit promises to be much worn The striped ftraw which has been so popular has already boat Its Charm Many afternoon troika have tbelr andcoleyWhite ba k kia pumps nQ tip- parerlep JittJe bows ot b rraathreequartr IaUD t rrOr 1 klIi lobptbonedt veth4aGreclaRtitiuM o r 1 g 1t J jjjjjj IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Mrs John Waller residing In Nowry gave birth to three sons All are doing Well The death occurred recently after a short lllnees of P Nancy a popular merchant of iCavan- TTihe lpopulation of Mayo Is 191969 In 1901 It was 199166 A decrease of 7197 during the decade The population of Donegal Is 168420 In 1901 it was 173722 n decrease of 5302 during the do cede The Limerick Guardians have elected Dr Lane of Cream medical officer for Clarlna dispensary die IIDrI pointed medical officer of the Knock naloiiver dispensary district In Bel mullet Union The foundation stone of a no bhCoucrty Council building for CountwY Thomas Hlalllgan the Chairman The Carlow Urban Council ad- Journed its meeting as a mark a i respect to the memory of Michael wafs a much respected member at that body Deep regret has been evoked by the death of Slater Mary Raphael of the Order of Poor Clares at Nawry Deceased belonged to one of the eldest families the Lowrys of Hill townAt 91 recent meeting of the Dun shoughlln Rural District Council P OBrien of Drogneda was Clerk of lWorks by nine votes t four for John J Parcel of Dun ehaughllnThe u IllU0111 of Dublin county IK 416909 In 1901 it was 4481206 tin increase of 28702 or 64 per cent during the decade iDublln Is one of the four counties in which the pope lation has Increased General regret Is felt at the death of Thomas Daley at Bellaghy County Derry As a District Councillor In bo Magherafelt division he was es teemed for his probity and his zeal on behalf of the ratepayers and the poor I lAt a meeting of the Athy Board of Guardians it was decided to advertise for 100 tons of IrIsh coal The Guardians were of one mind as to the importance of gluing the preference An this contract to the proprietors of Irish boal mines By nineteen votes to three the Athlone Board of Guardians passed ablebodiedIcharged from the workhouse Mr Killlon said thp paupers were so comfortable In the house that they pre ferredito remain rather than go out on a pension of Jive shillings a week Wile Mltlhael1 IDayoren tanmer was reoEctly driving to Whltemount to visit a friend near Corolla a rifle ofidisused house The I bullet went through the body of the horse which died later The outrage Is attributed to illfeeling arising out if a dispute about land Following em Inquest at Ennlsfcy ayoungverdict being that death was due to bytalla road from Lahinch to OBriens Bridge two men wined Thos Nagle i nd Michael Vaughan have been ar Limerickjail AXN1VKHSAUY OBI nUATIOX The members of St Johns Sick Benevolent Society will celebrate the anniversary of the organization by attending mass and receiving holy communion at St Vincent de Paul church Shelby end Oak streets at 630 oclock tomorrow morning On the rolls of the society are the names of the leading anon of the parish St Johns Society has for years bepn a boon to the men of St Vincent de Pauls parish and has done work of almost Incalculable value SACRED HEART STATUE The beautiful new statue of the Sacred Heart which will adorn the tront lawn In Sacred Heart Retreat on Newburg road will be solemnly blessed tomorrow afternoon by ther Very Rev Prior Father spaniel McGuire Op The statue was presented to the Passlonlst Fathers by several members of the congregation It is life size and was sculptured from Carnarod marble ALUMNI BANQUET The Alumni Society of St Xavier College held dts annual banquet at the Wlllard Hotel on Thursday nightI Joseph L Lenihan President of the society Was the toastmaster The speakers were Eugene Cooney RoyI A Schuman William G Hume John F Holland and Laurence C Hadkett COL WHAMiEN HOME Col John H Whallen has returned to Louisville after a stay of seven weeks In New York and other East ern cities Col Whallen has enjoyed a ranch needed rest and at the same time attended to a Jot of theatrical business connected with the Empire Circuit JEFFERSONVILLE WEDDING The Rev Father John Connell officiated at the marriage of Anderson Alvey of Grayson sprl age and j Mtes Grace Weber of Jeffersuavlile at St Atig uUift church on Tuesday Menieir The bride wae one otJetfergonvlll most popular girls Mr and Mrs Alf y have tskon an ex- teatded Western rile U CUBAS APHAir ndevelopedupeMortoAlibtbers throughout the World 1 r 1 FRANK FEHR BREWMCft r aN ORPOHArED f1 BrewersrLotrrsv R 4ITR 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hOlpltalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable 4 For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Spark AVCHSC Jellerionvllle lad HINRYAA 1 1J1J PULS DYER AND GLEANER Ladies andO Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED pbon a6JII528i h Strt CENTRAL FURNITUHECOr Incorporated a 3c N W Cot Third and Orees Stir We furnish the home earn plete pa easy payments WM CALUQiiAN Mir Sales Dept IIUNRYtIUNOLD + s P1aa1t+ l1 taplllwd FayJ 6reClrils rA PtMTvGLAIS SAMPLE ROOM IN OONHieTWN v- vOi4 n 1 WliWitai a kfttUtf ae 4M1 air w w f OlM1 U ln N1 L h1X IftISH A I11lICJAANa J C THE rIo STORE DISSOLUTION Sale 16000000 Stock of High Grade Clothing will begin this morning at 9 oclock Prices on every thing cut COME EARLY I yD THE BIG STOREMILTON M MAHBLCSTONK1 CO 424 West Market St Between Prtl sal Fifth 77i GRAND PICNIC To be given at Silver Lake Park on Chas Klemenz Place near OBannon Ky TUESDAY JULY 4TH 1911lI Take L E Car at Station Jefferson St Between Third and Fourth Conveyances will meet every car Meals Served on the Grounds ADMISSION TEN CENTS= Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods it is our purpose to advlseWlth all along intelligent linesthe course to pursue in selecting a pianoone of real worth for the money you invest We are confident of having the largest tines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by investing a small amount of paymentOur must convince even the most doubt Ing of our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated v i OUSOOO FOURTH AVENUE = I GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2 12 Ibs 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY B HoiaaPbon 1111U18V r MARKET f 7CRIn8I- p a a p JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS WILLIAM ADDAMS CANDIDATE FOR- e GOVERNOR it r Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party at the Pri mary to Be Held July 1 1911 VOTE FOR 1 I OH POLLARD OF BREATHITT COUNTY FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL Democratic Primary July 1 1911 GEHER SON 2IS WEST MARKET STREETp BKrr TUB CBIKBRATHD NMORflI STAR REFRIGERATOR The OrilyRefrJgeratorwlthCork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE CombinM not a few but all features o- fpracticalt are considered deslr ered dseirabla la a Gas Range J EQUALIt IInbile or DR J t CHAWK Veter1nmry iMfinaary Said PareIEMTlEH SNORING r wttert s CIWIrD Nu Pleeei xftli t 4 JIO 7INF SeYDlffN S 1 1 f 1 a GOOD ADVICE Given Graduates of St Xaviers by rather Deppen The closing exercises of at Xaviers College were held In the college hall on Tuesday evening the Juniors having their exercises on the evening previous The hall was thronged by parents and friends of the graduates Green and gold the college colors were very ranch In evidenceThe medal for oratory was won by Robert Burns tie was one of six contestants His subject was The Temporal Power of the Pope The other speakers wore William C Dleruf Paul C Barth Jesse W Shea George F Hoffman and John B StarkOwing to Illness the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue was prevented from attending BO the duty of con ferring diplomas and medals de volved upon the Very Rev iLouls G Deppen Father Deppen delivered an address full of good advice to the graduates and issued a warning gradl COUNTY BOARD Heard Good Reports From Committees Working Por Picnic Tho County Board Ancient Order ot Hibernians met at Bertrand Hall on Friday night of last week and transacted a lot of routine business D J Coleman and Thomas Dolan were installed as President qnd vice President respectively The various committees arranging for the big picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Thursday July 20 made reports showing that favorable progress was being made The committee on music reported that the services of Prof Dennis Collins and his orchestra had been secured for the occasion A committee of volunteer workers from Division 1 was on hand and their services were accepted with thanks Each division will be held responsible for its showing on the day of the picnic The various concessions have been allotted as follows Division 1 cafe Division 2 danc ing hall Division 3 box office and gate Division 4 refreshments It will be the new County Boards first trial and the members hope to make it the largest Hibernian plcnlp held in Louisville In years Hereafter the County Board will visit each of the divisions in turn CATHOLIC CONGRESS Of Teachers Will Convene In Chicago Next Week fTlue seventh annual Congress of the Catholic Educational Association will be held at the De Paul Unl vorslty In Chicago next Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Three thousamld delegates are expected from aU parts of the United States representing the parochial schools colleges aemlnairles and the Catholic University Cardinal Gibbons is honorary President and the Slight Rev Dr Shahan of the Catholic University to the President General The Most Rev James E Quigley Archbishop of Chicago is tp honorary Presi dent The association was formed In I St Louis in 1904 and since then has I held annual meetings 1I In addition to the 3000 delegatesI there will be at least 1200 visitorsI to the meeting from the Chicago III educational institutions I I I MARRIAGE BELLS The Very Rev Father P M J Rock officiated at the marriage rite at the Cathedral on Wednesdayt morning that united Miss Mjarle Murphy and Robert T Burke marriage ceremony was followedThejI j a nuptial high mass The was Miss Virginia Murphy a sister I o the bride and the flower girl was I iissf1JfY ODenMs Murphy her cousin The best man was Edward C Ryan pf Now York and the I ushers iwere James C OConnor J Guy Nevis Louis J Kleffer and Laurenice O Hackett After a bridal trip to the Kockey Mountains Mr land Mrs Burke iwlll be at home to Jhelr friends at 1915 West Bro adLray MOTION PICTURES The coming week of motion plc lures at the Casino and Orphoum will be the most notable of the sea song by reason of the tact that I several special features never seen here will be put on At both houses ictures of a thoroughly popular i character will be presented inter II spersed with some really funny comedy views Besides these the audiences will be entertained with the latest illustrated songs pjROUTINElIATTERS Division 2 A O Hbeld a strictly business meeting on Wednesday iI evening Quite a Ipt routine bu1tlvJ ness was itraneacted President Con Ford urged those present Ao bring 1meetl1 worken for Division 2occaalontheI i I Hibernian picnic will be named One candidate rwa balloted for and de of ctared elected be HOPKINS lATER I I Nfutt week at the Hopkins Theater 50t1 opens With a Hne of attraetlonB which bids fair to make Jt a record l breaker in potat of attendance for at theybailthe ddltionatpad Mid rj 11 c tot t3 rJ I Z SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION It Meets at Falls City Hall en Fir and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tom klnsRecording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dola Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Set geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednei Campbell and Broadway PresldentC J Ford V ce President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T Meehan Finanolal Secretary John KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SerreantItAnnsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thom StevensFinancial SecretaryJ G Hes sionTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens SeHtlnel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reill- ySergeantatArmsWilliam Cal1 laghanSehtlnolM J McDermott J DIVISION JBFFERSONVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrcn Ford President John G Cole MurphyRecording Mc GrodyFinancial HoganTreasurerSorgeantatArms Michael Ga ritySentlnelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y lint x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentSamuel L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph J Hancock A C Lfnk AdamRecordinge I Corresponding Secretary H Ker bergTroasurerWiA Link Marshal H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andriott Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart IfJ1J1t IB i I j VE ttt 1 1btf l To be Watched IS I MrJosephBablI very 111 from nervousness could sleep had to be watched at all wasII hlmIII I PastorIKoenlgs can my son Is entirely cured next God I theaeto be thankful results to the Tonic for PLIt For years I was troubled with new ous headache and sleeplessness Every i time when extra work was to be donet the pains increased Since I have taken Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic I feel well and am convinced that It willI cure me IISisterIII fR IIVOU8l I bottle to any address Poor pa1 dents also get too mtdlcla tp1e pared bY toe lwv Faraxa Boxsw of un Wayne Indsince 1870 and now by the KOENIO MED CO Chicago III IO8 Lake Street 1 SoW by DruggtdrIt SI per DottU 6 for 95 LarK 111111 8 bottles for S8 KNOUTS OP MMBilSB News Tfiat Will Interest Members Here and Else whereII r toletorderJfThe ftrat d JTuedayatbDenverenverThe entering class at the United States Military Academy numbering 229 Includes ten members of the JCnlghta of Columbus The growth ot the order keeps aoe with former years which sow approximately 260000 members The alet gain for last year was over 18000 toConway 0 Samuels of Jefferson I forthewas made by State Dep Fox mild la a popular one tlndlanapolls Council conferred the as vflrat degree Monday night on a ctesa twelve The second and third will given to fiftyfive candidates tomorrow by State Deputy Rogers and inttiatorywork It IsttxPOted Ihbeplcnlc to be- given toy the Knlglits of FrankfortJ Otaltwood Park on July 4 wily be of blcKMt evw seen attb Kale tucky fitettesaepltal The mwrchanilB MUM of Ikeilyrea11 at work tyanj trmiki Wr bn inane fp cW tftM fWh Mi JUkoUi J r R BEAT RECORD 4 Junior Vice President of Mackin Hustles Thingset attendepCLinki Mondayof President Samuel L dtobertso- n en JosepHancockh arkey J Doran Joseph Baft eh and C Schaefer who have been Ill wwe reported Improving A number ofamendments to the constltu- r tlon were proposed and will be acted upani next Monday night All mem presentThe for the sunset excursion on July 29 reports I progress The Opera Committee r JPorted that a nice sum would be performances r that all the outstanding tickets hp nextnfive delegates to the Grand meeting which will be hold at Car rollton in August Acting Preslden- Link beat all records by oclockIB VOLUNTEERS From Division 3 Will AidI In Hibernian Picnic Division 3 A 0 H held a well1 attended meeting Monday evenin with President D J Coleman presiding James E Lally James P Donahue John J Hession Jr an James L Coleman wore obligated None were reported on the sick list Secretary Stevens reported the pro ceedings of the last County Board meeting President Coleman stated that the tickets for the annual picnic were on hand and the Secretary was Instructed to dispose of Division 3a portion In accordance with the wishes of the County Board The volunteersceto at picnic members offered their services Lawrence J Mackey delivered a pleasing address in presenting John J Hession with an A O H button for securing tnew members John Horan and Thomas Kennedy deliv ored instructive addresses dealing OthorrsI who made short addresses were P T Mullen Martin Sheehan Thomas Noon Hugh Gorman John Broderlck and John Hession GUESSING Pans Dont Know Whereto Play Grim shaw Joe C ntillons Mlnneapolls Millers will begin A threegame series with Graysons Colonels this afternoon but will be unaccompanied by Joe himself on account of a war rant being sworn out by a negro in St Paul who had been attacked by Cantlllon at a game In that city The Millers have not been going good in the last couple of weeks and there is no reason why the Colonels should not defeat them a majority of the series and come pretty near annexing third place In the pennant race To say the fans are pleased over the showing of the Colonels Is putting it mildly as is evidenced by the large crowds in attendance dur= the past several days and thelIng sentiment seems to bet assistICheney Higginbotham and Slagel will give the team a sure enough pennant contender The coming of Grim shaw is giving the fans n lot of oughtItowith Howard on second while others say play him In the field with Stansbury on second One well1 known brewery man and local rooter here stated that he laid awake nearly all night wondering what to do with Grlmshaw when it was an pounced that she would joIn the team GOOD FERRY BILL Another lot of star attractions has been booked at Jfontalne Ferry inert week In the vaudeville show there will be Nana a famous Parisian danseuse who with the assistance of Mons Alexis will present a beautiful terpsichorean performance the Marco Twins the tall and short fel low1 who never fall to amuse John W World and Mlndell Kingston favorite slngng and dancing com edians Belle Ashlyn a clever sing ing comedienne and mimic and the Five Satsudas a troupe of gymnastic wonders who Introduce the oily y comedian in With Felix Slrlgnanos id band the new free concerts a big attraction in Boph Brandt the d mous comic opera IIstar who sang herself Into favor here while taking the leading role iin the liTho Waltz Dream AVENUE A bill of novelties is the order for the Avenue Theater next week The management Is presenting frdm time time a number of Imported moving picture films dealing with huge subjects In an elaborate manner which are now packing the theater dally The vaudeville bill promised will be out of the ordinary as varied could be desired and presented by 1arUFUNERAIi NOTICE The funeral of Stirs Mettle Don nelly fortyseven years of age who died Thursday at the tame of Miss Maud S Montgomery 105 West Mar street following a short iilnett compllontioni will foe held toper row afternoon at the realdeace Mrs Donnelly vraa a native of Louisiana sad JIM been a resident aI4dtfa city ouielt1 gnI i sp WHITE GOODSR- ConfirmationChildrens Dresses Write For Samples Malt Orders Promptly Pilled eFrench India Lawn a fine Linen Lawns sheer quality worthregular 29crB Mercerized Imported Batiste Fancy White Lawns in fancy 45 inches beautiful quality checks plaids stripes and and finish our regular SOc Swisses jvalues up to 20c goods salt price per OC sate price per15cyard C yard 36e r vcr weightYI wellgoodworth 20c sale price 1 2CtLawn Wash Chiffon in a beautiful 1me ium and sneer qualities 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