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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 7 a Ui u T1 0 0 i l o n l1 iIttX uI L if f S tf y iI f i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN iJ tI o VOLUME XXVLNO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 1 1911 PRICE FIVE NTSv PL PLUNDR BOND Messrs Higglns and Barry IteldI r by Commissioner Cnssin to AnswerI1 Iv Suporinteiulciit Wilson Bind Fine Witness For the Two y Deicndnntfl I Other Men MalIgnautlyA8saLIe i by Chief Prosecuting Witness STAND FOR LIBERTY OF PRESS At 11 oclock last Saturday mOJn Ing Messrs William iM Higgins and John J Barry repreesntlng the Kentucky Irish American Company ap peared before United States Commls sloner Henry Cassln with their at torney W M Smith to find oul Whether the charge against them of violating the United States mall laws should be upheld or dismissed Commissioner Casein was short and to tho point He said he had read Mr Smiths brief carefully yet he felt that there was sufficient ev idence to warrant him In holding the defendants to answer to the Federal grand Jury on October 10 He fixed the bond in each case at 200 which was promptly furnished with Alderman James Treasy as surety The examination had been conducted before Commissioner Casein on Thursday afternoon of last week at which time Frank McGrath Chairman of the City and County Com mittee Jointly accused with Messrs Higgins and Barry was acquitted Daniel E OSulllvan erstwhile editor of the Critic and later of OSullivans Opinion was the chief complainant At tio time In his tes timony did he deny anything slid about him in the Kentucky Irish Amerjcanof April 15 but he complained of blue pencil marks on a number of copies Mr OSulllvan has been In the newspaper business so long that he ought to have known how to avoid the blue pencil I In Attorney Smiths brief of which Commissioner Cassin spoke I particular attention was called to the testimony of Thomas S Wilson MB1porl tendMt cG JsJP malls and weigher of rnUt tho Louisville Postoffice Mr Wilson bad been called by the prosecution or rather the Government On his direct testimony he said that the Kentucky Irish American had been dul7 entered In the United States mails as second class matter andI that at all times it had complied with all of his instructions and reI quirements The testimony of MrJ 4 Wilson ought to show conclusively that the Kentucky Irish American had no intention of violating the 4 law There is one point that was notI allowed to be brought out in theI examination before the Commis sioner the fact that Mr OSulllvan had written fierce screeds In OSulll vans Opinion and In the Critic and HeraldThe Kentucky Irish American is cinpossession of certain records that will show that OSulllvan referred to c Democratic leaders as Prostltues in houses of 111 fame The letters used were about as large as he could use in a newspaper Time and again he referred to a former Councilman by his wifes name and always in terms of derision In the Herald article that provoked a reply from the Kentucky Irish American OSulll van referred to the present pemo Icratic City and County Committee reeking with the fumes of stale asII 4 tsnd cheap whisky In the publica tion of OSullivans Oplnlon never ji was there an issue in which he did j I not abuse the Messrs WhaJlen He sought in one issue to arouse relig toils strife by announcing In flaring f headlines Fortytwo Catholics on- t the Whallen ticket Was there a leak or was it a co- Incidence The Louisville Evening Post on Thursday of last week had the story concerning Messrs Higgins iBarry and McGrath set up 2 and printed before the defendants had been notified that warrants had s been issued for them In conclusion the Kentucky Irish American desires to thank its many old and new friends for proffers of assistance In the emergency It would be ungrateful did it act other Wise At no time has It had any P disposition to disobey the law but It will stand always for the liberty and the exaltation of the press The character of this prosecution will be apparent to all when they learn the fact that we have received letters from Washington DC containing I positive Information that no U complaint against the Kentucky Irish American has ever been filed there CHANGES IN ASSISTANTS cr Rev Slather Donald J Manning au cite rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany his been trans teEd to Richmond Tads where he will be asacfclate irector of St Mary ehwrch He will be ucet dftd by Hty F rJJ Ryan who was recently ordained at SL Melnradfl A J ATTENDS JUIilKBB InMMf ttai tqkyrQ who t4tthe llv aawdofcal Jubilee of the RAT rctiwr J tt mitebrtmd Ii atEvnHicaf Indj iaat week ifeM C y Right Rev Edmond M Obrecht Abbot of Oethsemane Rev Jeromi Prelsser O M 0 Louisville Rev S A Holloran Irvlngton Rev Edward S Fitzgerald Owensboro Rev Edward J Lynch of Henderson Rev Joseph Odendahl of Stanley Rev Ignatius M Ahmann of Cov Ington Rev G A Weiss of Louis vllle Rev O N Conner of Owens boro ReV B A Cunningham of Union county Rev A J Thome ot Louisville and Rev F X Havel burg of Henshaw KyIADVANCING AGE Has Begun to Tell ot Venerable Pope 4 Plus Advancing years and the worry 01 many responsibilities are beginning to tell on Pope Plus X says theIRome correspondent of the I Union and Times of Buffalo N Y He writes The head of the Catholc church has entered upon his seventyslxtl year having been born June 2 1835 It must be admitted that the years of his pontificate have told well ot Plus X for they could scarcely do otherwise With hair white as snow of frame a good deal heavier than when he came from Venice the Holy Father has not that powerfully ath letlc appearance for which he was distinguished eight years ago 1 I well remember how at an audience- a month or GO after the coronation of PlusX the prevailing thought In my mind was that a blow from the strong right hand of the new Pope should suffice to fell an ox But advancing years and a stormy pontificate have proved unable to make Plus X one whit less kind than 10 has ever been Those gray kindly eyes that pierce Into your very soul ire still the same always ready to wlnklo at a jept or to grow serious- In sympathy with suffering Years of toll and suffering for the church rounded by Christ have indeed made themselves felt exteriorly but they have proved powerless to make any change in the strong kindly soul to which the heart of Christendom has gone out VISITORS rom County Board Attend Meeting of Division 4A0H t ad6aPlenjram Le Monday night with President John L Hennessy occupying the chair 1he greatest enthusiasm over the picnic to be held at Phoenix H111r park on July 20 was apparent County President D J Coleman was on hand and complimented Division i John G Hession of Division 3 xprcssed his pleasure at seeing such an enthusiastic gathering of Hiber inns and hoped that members of 1 to Division 4 would pay a return visit Division 3 Both Messrs Coleman and Hession deplored the fact hat several prominent Irishmen ould be found boosting other societies instead of the A O H President Hennessy made a nice talk thanking County President Coleman and Mr Hession for their visit and said he hoped all the county officers would follow their precedent Con OLearY Was elected to membership and Harry J Brady the Ivlskm Treasurer and one of its old wheel orses was reported nor usly ill This news was received with regret FINAL REPORT Of St Louis Bertrand Ba zar and the Amount Realized IIM Executive Committee of St Louis Bertrands bazar had its final meeting 011 Wednesday evening I when tho total sum realized was found to be9liOO3000 having been collected by popular uubscrlp tlons and C50Q realized from the sale of articles In the hall The expenses amounted to 250 leaving 9250 net All of this money was turned over to RevJ R Clark OIP Prior of St Louis Bertrands church and was used by him in liq1 idatlng the heavy Indebtedness on that church as well as meeting the cost of some alleys recently made The Holy Name Society booth was credited with bringing In the largest amount 117720 the lessed Virgins Sodality tooth follow d with 111664 the Altar Society booth 69466 the bean board and telegraph office 66866the mhtry store 63714 Plus X sew ig school 59011 St Thomas So- dality 64426 the refreshment Land 30933 door receipts 20610 and the receipts at the Wheel of fortune 93182 This is c inceded to have ibeen the moat sue issful bazar ever given by the irlsh GOES TO LEBANON j l Rev Father Charles ahiwho as recently ordained to labor In- thl diocese bU been awtlgned to- 1e11onu assistant to the RevV nth r Joseph AuHogarty P lorOr- St A utineE chwreh there- ather Hofearty lias j very large hue egrgaiIoi M II pSntolUlkla oaurc for Uq lar MD lijItrof lorediOattiOUoi Lmiona- td l Tiotalty att rJtatan irtll be t u hUi utoth o orked tutorr o J r ANSWERED God Soc the lUng Adapt From aan Old Irish Air Able and Siilrlted ICoply to ail Editorial In Lonlavlllo Times I jVcnlc Kc iionso From Man Wl Wroteiiol Treason rud Plots HE FLEW TO THE BIBLE That scion of tho house of Disraeli who writes leading ed Itorlals for the Louisville Evening Times who insults Irish AmerIcans and Catholics whenever he has an opportunity took occasion on last Saturday to flaunt God Save tho King in tho faces of a free Amer can people To the housetops he shouted his knowledge of Be mondesley and Whltehapel Pos slbly he Is more familiar with those districts than with music God Save the King is really an adaptation from old Irish music The Times editorial was one to catch tho unwary but there was one upon the watch tower The Rev Fathe Patrick Walsh pastor of the Sacre Heart church answered the Time and his answer was published In that paper on Wednesday afternooi Father Walsh said Editor Times The leading ed tonal in last Saturdays Times lit first filled me with hope that Its brilliant and versatile editor had dis covered some new evidence of the origin of the air known as the English national anthem but on furthe perusal I found none In place ot any new evidence there was the suppression or exclusion of an histories development of facts recently brought out by Dr Grattan Flood The first public performance of God Save the King is stated to have been ata dinner in 1740 when it Is said to have been sung by Henr Carey as his own composition both words and music- The fact that Henry Carey waS the author of both words and mu l Ii4 JJ Pw 1IWPJ 5mlth Handels amanuensis and 1y Dr Harrington Groves Dictionary f Music vol II page 188 And this is now further confirmed by the recent researches of W H Grattai Flood Mus D embodied in his vork A History of Irish Music m page 272 Henry Carey ai ngloIrlshman Is best known foi his adaptatloi of an old Irish foil ong to God Save the King the English National Anthem Along with the above said suppression there are a few glaring issumptlons so enevloped In a sWeet low of language that an ordinary eader would not notice them The first assumption is that the origin Qf the air Is a mystery and hat It so continues Another as umption of the editor is contained In this strange paesageIOU it it eally to be ascribed in the form We all know to Henry Carey who died In 1743 we shall have to deny its origin to England since it is positive It was a favorite in France a century before Who does not know that l1C It it eally to be ascribed to Henry re must deny its origin not CarerI Jngland but also to France everybody else Who does not see In these words the assumption that the air in the form we all know Is preciselY the same as the one which was a favorite in France a century before This is the very thing that needs demonstration Mere assertion Will not suffice The proof is the thing bring IIt forth then and not un snail I concede one Jot qr tittle In the last paragraphs the editor ells us that it isl always difficult to ollow the genesis of national music hat anthems are evolutions that grow by accretion so that no one can say for certain the time and the place they came into being Who does not know the wonders that have been accomplished toy honest research in recent years Many false claims have been traced to heir source and truth has come orth triumphant A striking example of this ap peared in Sundays CourierJournal In the magnificent Vindication of the haracter of Webster by Henry VattersonThe favoring the claim of John Bull is best answered by Encyclopedia Britannica A claim made on his behalf to the compost Ion of the music of the national anthem has given rise to much discussion but It seems now generally greed that the claim is not wen ounded Vol iv paga Bi8 The ame may be Justly said of the time s lgned by the editor for the com position lot the words the time of unpowder plots treason etc Ananswr like th4s would squelch ny ordinary man Not BO a Hn ol be house Of Disraeli He answere4 Ather Waliht argument in the ama edition of the Louisvflel TUnes y syadini the question Listen to his vvAiion The Ir Ntlt8lPatrt4k Walsh ttakelt 1s io askJthr sieoJ to eec ala i culattons anil Mtrtk ie in a recent editorial With tt e abov ptlon 4s to one of thm iouob lrig on Hvnrjr Carey tto eka14SI nglOIrimL whaver tUtiis- rSinsy Jota frankly and heartily in- C e- Cr T jIrlSh1bulltoo good for us to advance the obvious pleas of a lapsus pennae I But wo did not credit the autho ship of the British national antliem to Dr John Bull though much might be said for lila claim whK h- Is at least as traditional as Carey and two do continue to hold to the view that the words and the air were well known in the earltest Jacobean days and ire strengthen In thatbeUet1Y I a circumstance which may fairly be held to be cor jThej the Bible commonly though erroneously known as the authorized vas the work of a body of scholars jand divines between as we remember the yea rs 1603 and 1611 considered as literature it is a wonderful performance and may be faken as setting forth the best English practice iiof the day There in the second book of Kings chapter xli vorse 12 wl11 found the following description of the consecration of Joash And he brought iforth the kings son and put the crown upon him and gave him the testimony and1 they made him kIngs and anointed him and clapped their handsyand said GodII Save the king We have been told that tho Hebrew words coul 1 be more curately rendered May the klaC1 live forever in ai y event the of the phrase God save the king may Ibe accepted as roof that It was ai popular form of lalutation a cei tury before Carey nourished Tho translators simply ransferred common and accep sd greeting theIt I a place where it would be at Originally the Times man talke bout the air so dlf Father Walsh When he saw he haP been mistake he Times man forsook the air and took refuge In the Bible He repllle to honest criticism iiby evaslpn and facetiousness The Times man Is evidently of he opinion that JriahAmerlcMis belong to the Times because he think he Republican party owns tha negroes Young Disraelis wing need cIlPplngt ON TIlE GO The King andQuccn wit Spend a reek in Ireland I F Important amongjthe events following I coronation lay in Londoi viii be the visit offtheKlng am- ueen d tQIrelandfroni July 7 to 12 rTh vlU arrive I 1gsrlWboard ihe Victoria and Albijft when hey will land and be received by he Lord Lieutenant and driven to Dublin The programme for the succeeding days of the royal visit 1 Is thus announced July 8 Opening of Royal College of Science Visit to Phoenix Part aces Dinner at the Castle July 9ServIce at St Patricki lathedral Visit to Artane Indus rial School Inspection of pension ers and girls at Drummond Institute July 10Hls Majesty receives addresses at the Castle and holds a adIdressvisits Combe Hospital Visit to eopardstown race course State banquet at the Castle His MaJesty fterward holds a chapter of Order of St Patrick theII July 11Ttie King Inspects the Royal Irish constabulary at the I Jceregal Lodge and attends a re4 IeV of the troops and the prese ntaIIIon of colors In Phoenix harden party at the Castle In the evening I July 1 2Their Majesties leave Dublin and embark at Kingstown board the Victoria and Albert snn TOVIX One of the candidates for high onors In Democratic ranks that will carry Louisville and Jeffersonvlll ounty today is Janies Garnett ol Adair county who aspires to be Attorney General Mr Garnett is an ttorney of standing in the State and has friends all over Kentucky I YQung alert trained and alive to the epples Interests he will make all Ideal Attorney General for the State Mr Garnett is the only can Idldate for Democratic State honors frrom the Eleventh district It Is enerally conceded that Mr Garnett will be nominated and if he is he- w1l1I carry to the Democrats a big republican vote from his friends Iin- the Eleventh district His nomina tlon means additional strength to the Democratic party- SUMMONED SUDDENLY Deep sympathy Is felt for the mily of Miss Virginia Barbour a member of the 1911 graduating claH fthe Girls High School who died at her home near Hubera Sta J lion BulUtt county late Sunday I night peath was due to uraeml I olson following an illnesa of a few hour The deceased was not quite 1 nineteen years old and was the 1 daughter of John R T Barbour of- the iLouisvllle Water Company Besides her parents she is survived by I four aJstenfl Misses Mary Jane Clara tldred and Pauline BfLrbour and a rpUiec Barret Barbour The tu ural took place fponi St Mary agdalenes urch in this city oh TednedkymorningW114i AGAIN Hon jMicliael 0 Thornton ha an- IHtunGc his es dldOy to encased tmlli M aLmmbfn of tt IndiAM- MFbikctuM mJl101IIfOi Mr hr1stoft bWk an M4nt ads ito of 1mpeovit itf itreet paying1- WLI o I i j L fJ OLD GLORY liaR WaVed Aloft for 134 Ycars and Has Never- Surrcndered Saucy Jack Barry Demanded Colors for Ills Shipt Philadelphia Seamstress Mad the First Flag ot v Nation STARS CONTINUE TO INCREASE Next Tuesday will be July 4 the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence and the Stars and Stripes will be displayed oh ever band It is not amiss therefore to say something concerning the history of the American flag- On Juno 14 1777 the Continents Congress In session at Phlladelplil established the Insignia of the AmoriAan flag It would have ibee difficult for Congress to have Improved the conciseness of the resolution it adopted In these words Resolved That the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes alternate red and white tha the union be thirteen stars white on a blue field representing a new constellationAs as July 4 1775 the attention of the Committee of Safest jf the Colony of Pennsylvania was directed to the protection of the Delaware rIver to prevent the on rajice of warships of Great Britain and the construction of galleys fire- boats and other watercraft for the dllefence of Philadelphia was begun Thirteen boats were afloat on the Delaware river on September 15 hat year severally provided with wo howitzers besides swivels pikes and muskets By August 1 1776 he number of vessels In commission vas twentyseven having 768 men enrolled for active service aboard hem Tho fleet was at that time recognized as the Pennsylvania State Navy William Richards who had been appointed on May 21 1776 the husband or storekeeper of the- leetdesiringJI to be provided with iolorsanl i1ffilags addressed n I August a letter to the Council of afety1 in which ho said I hope you have ageed what sort if colours Ij am to have made for he Galleys c as they are much wanted You will please order how you will have the KJoods paid for that are bought for the Provincial Store for am In want of a sum of money for hat and the Signals Writing again on October 15 he epeated the need of colors for the leet and called attention to the want of a design or delineation by which to pattern them saying Commodore Barry was with mo this morning and says the Fleet has not any Colours to theist If they I hould be called on Duty It is not In my power to get them done until here is a design fixed on to make the Colours by Seven months later or on May 29 1777 entry was made in the minutes of the State Navy Board An Order on William Webb to Elizabeth Ross for fourteen pounds twelve shillings and two pence for taking Ships Colours cput into William Richards Store t13 12s 2d The celebration in Philadelphia on July 4k 1777 of the first annl ersary of the adoption of the Dec iratlon of Independence occasioned the first public display of all the ships colors made by Elizabeth Ross for the vessels of the fleet of I navyIi rlnted during the war of the Revo itlon for the immediate publication f important Information delayed for weeks the public announcement of the Institution of the flag Writing at Albany In his Journal on August i 31777 Dr James Thatcher d sur- geofln the Continental army ai ides to finding in the newspapers reaching the city announcements i the resolution establishing the ofII f the Unlted States As late as September 6 that year the announce lentof the passage of the resolution appeared in the Boston Gazette In the defence of Fort Schuyler earlier known as Fort Stanwjx on I the west side of the Mohawk river 110 miles from Albany the most memorable of the incidents con ected with it was what is believed to have been the first display on a attletleld of the flat of the United States Newspapers had been brought to Lie fort by some of the officers Pf theINlnth Massachusetts Regiment I ConItlnenlalflag Tide becoming known to the arrUon an eager desire wuex reeeed to have the trlcolored em tern flying above t1e tort A hastY aearch wee made early on uhday morning August 3 for suit able material with which to make I the1lac An ample quantity of omespun linen for the atrndof- whlte and red lbth for the atfIpegl Wu edlly found but nothing ap rbprlate jn color for the iSMd enied obbaintettleI rie nreh r ire finally ila4d M4 br ttoji f d roui ttedrmdeb4ipt AbMlwua vartwout ot J lPblu plpth cloak br- Ie t material wanted tottbetktld t r The voluntary contribution elicited from Col Peter Gansevoort the promise of a gift ot broadcloth of like Quantity and value as that of the cloak comIpletedrunning to the top of a tall pole Jay covered at the foot of It As the shadow of the west wall began lengthening across the parade w1thln tho fort tho drummers teat the assembly The garrison except that part on guard assembled on th9 open space in the center of the fort and stood confronting the Adjutant who after announcing the orders of the day unfolded a newspaper and read the resolution of Congress establishing the flag As they watched the hoisting at the primal emblem of the Independence of the thirteen colonies and the breaking out of Its folds in the bap tismal light of tho descending sun the patriots voiced their Joy In loud and repeated cheers while the musicians prolonged the beating ot their drums in honoring salutes to the floating fla- gF1MIT JRESTJMED Parliament Reassemble and Veto Measure IS Attacked The coronation recess ended Saturday and the British Parliament reassembled on Monday The struggle over the veto power of the Lords was immediately resumed In the House of Lords Lord Lansdowne gave notice of a series of amen ments to the veto bill His change will provide for the exclusion from that measure bills such as that relating to home rule for Ireland for a Joint sitting in case of disagreement between the two houses and for a referendum In other cases As It is quite certain the Government will not accept these amend ments if passed by the Lords an other deadlock and eventually the creation of GOO additional Peer seems the only outcome unless tho Lords yield- Premier Asquith declares he has King Georges promise to create the necessary Peers while the Tory leaders declare that Mr Asquith 1Is only bluffing JULY 4 FETE Big Picnic For St Paul Church and Chool4 it1 One of the big Independence day fetes will be the picnic at Phoenix Hill Park for the benefit of St Pauls church and school Euchre tad lotto games will begin at i3 oclock in the afternoon There wit ic many useful and handspme prizei or both afternoon and evening games Tickets of admission are being sold at twentyfive cents and each Icket holder has an opportunity tc be awarded a load of coal a parloi stove a case of wine pair of blankets half barrel of flour or a ladys all suit A good union band will furnish the music Ffflends of Rev Father Thomas L York have pever failed to rally to the support of St Pauls and the picnic next Tuesday promises to eclipse any of former years A feat ure will be tire banquet supper al which it is expected Mayor Head and the General Council will be special guests IMPRESSIVE eremonles Attend Bless Ing of New Chapel- Cornerstone Owing to the indisposition of the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue thp Very Rev James P Cronin V G presided at the ceremonies attending he blessing of the cornerstone of the new chapel at St Anthonys Hospital at dusk last Sunday evening Father Cronin was assisted by the Rev Dr George W Scttuhmann and ROT rather George Weiss Many other lergy were present in cassocks and surplices sermon was preached by the ITheFather Ignatius Wilkens O F M who dwelt on the necessity ot reeling a new chapel for St nthonya because the present one lis entirely Inadequate Just prior to ie blessing of the cornerstone there w sa procession of the clergy es carted by the two local companies of the Uniform Rank C K of A The scone was an impreeelve one and was witnessed by several thousand peo leThe new chapel adjoins the boa pita1 on the north and will be three sttories high thus giving the patients Il each floor access to worship at any time The eetlmated cost te 25000 and thework will be pushed as rapidly as possible NEW JESUIT WORK AMong the Igonqulns Volu- memet the history of the Pioneer Pr1ellts of North Amerlcar by the Rev Thomas J Campbell is now ant put bythe publishers the mwloa ipre New York 1U pace tell of the atirrlae reoord of the rpup of heroeij and martyr who llIbofedam oiK the igonaulns the tife4ersiton tthatt made a larger gure Inpurhlatory than any other l vdtan iMBlly The volume obntalo ana y beedeRi llluatratlon U ill be sent postpaid for Sip U 1 J Q PRIMARY Today to Nominate Democratic Can didates for the Various State Offices William Addarns Now Seems1 to lie the Most Favored IJcnderI Lovers of Law and Order in the Republican Party for Franks WILL rHE POST FLOP AGAIN The Democrats of Kentucky are Indulging In a State wide primary today and before nightfall candidates will be nominated for all the Stato offices and Congressman Ollie James will tye nominated for the United States Senate The withdrawal of Senator Paynter left a clear field to Mr James Instead of letting the reins loose he rode all the harder William Addams candidate for the gubernatorial nomination is gaining ground eevry minute and looks like 1 winner The attempt to proscribe Ton Ben Johnson on account of his boomerangIlnire so poor as to do it honor Former United States Senator Blackburn has denounced the machine and comes straight out for Judge AddamsIn the Cynthlana man ivlll have a big majority He has the support of Mayor Head and the city administration and will receive he support of the rank and file of Democracy On all sides the adherents of both candidates have praised Frank iMcGrafh and the City and County Committee for its fairness In he appointment of election officers for the primary They have been jompllmented by the McCreary managers on this point The Heralds political dopesfer B ated on Thursday that McCreary vould carry Louisville easy because Henry Watterson and Col W B laldeman were championing him Jol Watterson votes in the county Jol Haldeman votes In the city 1 herhave J1evoteea hiDoCl1jlllth leralds dopester argue that two otes will elect McCreary It is evident to any one that pays attention to politics that the rank and file of Louisville Democrats are not for IcCrcary Only a few days more and the Republican convention will be upon us It lool8 like Hon E T Franks of Owensboro is making a twinning Ight against Judge Edward C DRear in the race for Governor Many mean things are being said bout Judge ORear Some of them would not look well In print If they were blue penciled The Republicans that oppose Ightrlding that stand for law and order and that love liberty and the Ight to worship at their own shrine are rallying to the support of Mr p ranks There is one man on the Democratic end that appears to be making I a runaway race That is J W Newman candidate for the nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture IMuch of his strength is due to Councilman Ben Sand and his labor cohorts The Louisville Evening Post begins to fear that Judge ORear will not carry Louisville In the event that ORear Is deefated look out for a desertion from the Republican ranksthe Post will flop again- 1EI1LER1EEHLER t Miss Lillian Dehler and Roy arter Keebler wOre united in mar rJage Wednesday evening at Calvary Episcopal church The ceremony was performed by the Rev James G Innegeftrode Misses Elsa Schultz and Elizabeth Vogt were the bridesmaids and Mrs Harvey Giles was the matron oftt honor Young eebler a brother of the groom was the best man The ushers were Cecil Hardin Wright Barr Ferroll urton Harvey Giles all of Loule vllle Sidney Riddle of Nashville and Fred Wheeler of Lexington Tho music attending the marriage Was directed by Frederick A owles jthe organist After the iremony there was a reception al- tlie home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Charles P Dehler on Third street The bride is a graduate of Vassar College and has been much admired1 in local social circles FATHER ABELL ASSIGNED tRev Father John Abell recency dalned has been appointed as slatant to Father James L WhclaJif pastor of St Alphonaus chiiroi in avieas county Father RIcbarl Maloneywho has been t- therethas been made pastor fitugustlnes church at Reed HeaJerW In eounty BUSY FAMILY J Rev Father Linus Braun OV R M of St Bonlfae Cpiivent1 la te nclnnatl thIs week Lait Saturday a brothen OewaW Bmtta wseoti- lned a WIt aa a piwnbflr oftH Fncilitoanordraud fcft Sutitlay otebrated hi1ftrat nMa On au tMr day this ktJalW9 brothers flciaUd at the marriage of a third n Ji- l F y J a aY v 1- 5r1 r t 1n p n KE TU KY I itISILIA1 IF RIi AN J KEHTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflNAtve- fefl1 ie the Social sad Moral AdrinceMCBent el Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Instltuteand CathoHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 i trdatthe Loaltvlll Poitottlct a SccoadClu natters AMreii ill CtBiniBlcailMi to tie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Green UNION TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYv b SATURDAY JULY 1 1911 e GREETING 1 With this Issue the Kentucky Irish American rounds out its twelfth year It has been twelve yearsof hard work but the work has been lightened by the encouragement oMriends and patrons It may made mistakes Those were unintentional and havo been forgotten 5 The Kentucky Irish American has tried to furnish the news and to attention to abuses In that It s tin the Kentucky Bill of Rights that grants liberty to the printing press a liberty to examine pu documents and to criticize menl I C public life The Kentucky Irish American has never wittingly told an untruth concerning anybody f- It has told the truth that has inj the feelings of the guilty so much the better For this we have al so lutely no regrets It Is our Intention to publish n of Interest to Kentuckians Ir Americans and GermanAmericans I as of yore and to fight evils and abuses of public confidence wherever find them The Kentucky Irish American bids you greeting on Its twelfth birthday and asks your continued patron INDEPENDENCE DIY ofMthis nation will celebrate Independ day From the Canadian border to the Gulf of Mexico and from Cape + Cod to tho Pacific coast flags wave bunting will flutter In breezes and in many sections there I will be wells and fountains of oratory Why- Because I on July 4 1776 the American colonies announced t I sepIaratedI 1DUlIngI nation has grown The original flourishAed ulwas women to found other colonies build other States Now the Unl States of America stands withoutII peer among the nations of the earth I I TheUnlted States Is at peace w all the world Her people 1 love liberty and they enjoy liberty On I July 4 they will decorate their ho I with flags They may wear them on i their bosoms Therein lies th strength Other nations know I thenj dare to follow to the fray July 4 Is a day to celebrate It j not necessary to use fireworks I giant crackers revolvers and dc 1 gerous pyrotechnics Gather I children around you Tell th about Concord Bunker Hill Wash Ington Wayne Sullivan and I heroes of the Revolution Recite theII l the story of Americas struggles from I IJVti until the present It is a pleasI storyAnd that a rljcanj standard IonI I Is singOld I to HfalrlyoulAndI pr Old Irelands banner too KEEP THEM AT SCHOOL Ing The Milwaukee Citizen one of tbeSprings G able Catholic jJournals ef the day two under the head of Parsimony With and Childhood goes after the people who sell the souls of their children for a handful of jiickelB The Citizens says Carl Whetbef the boy or the girl shall soni fce ihigli or low Iti the social and Industrial scale depends largely upo the way three or four years of the site between the tweltfh and seven teenth birthday are agent 4Tom eNAVALI parents erase the earninga Of their children between thaw years T- Lboyefhlrteeaeanearn3 e land a week + 6r perhaps 2AOa year In three tat- lynaiHil en earn 600but It may and co ThlKalJchtJMartJ life wlfcfa aYgdbd Common school Uicadon +probablylrwltlt a year or sola tbijilgh school to = lv him furthiriambftlon t sentte for at thirteen IWSISftiapoleyppe4 for IJfe with imperfect eduwilo i1crawling with no taste for readingIt Iliu to the parents to Invest their childfto the best advantage Keep them at school KEEP THEM BUST I Now that vacation Is here prud children leahIn the house or garden There Is plenty for each little one to do assisting mother Putting In the Winter coal chopping wood ana callsimilar matters will save mother thenyoungsters out of idleness a mischief bileThe garment workers of Cleveland accountlof real or fancied grievances are bound to lose when they start rioting Police and bystanders have been seriously Injured In the riots uredthis week Such conduct to sympathy for unionism Into disgust As soon us the winners in the Democratic State primary are ani takeeweoft tIcketIshIt used to be OSulllvans Opinion a Paper for the people Now what Is 0Su11lvanwo 7 Even the Post concedes that May Head Is governed by no man nor set of men geDELEqATES To Grand Council by Mac surekins Men On Mon day t tillh andhe1 t Interest at the meeting of Mackin Council on Monday ntg I The feature was the election of dele heldInheirnd1 n John Doran C Schaefer P Rl 1 die James Mullarkey and Ernest Wight were reported Ill One app U cation was received The Opera I Committee made a partial report on The Campus and annOunced that the name of the opera for next year Terrace Tavern The House nandew tJadB The election of delegates to the Grand Council was n special order ot thlthme was Macklns members The deleBu chosen were Samuelm L Robertson Dr J A Casper George EIrofSlmonfa1 d Link and Adolphus AndrioL At the meeting next Monday the wlUIscompleted w yunIeNUNS COMING nom nSIsters Calltsta and Agnlta O S D who have been teaching at St UItbIone evening en route to St Catherine the mother house in Washington county They will be only1 two of number of Dominican nuns tfho are returning from the New Englan States to spend their vacations 1 in ha Kentucky Sisters Agnlta and Calllsta are daughters of Jeremiah Kavanagh ofSouth Sixth street ItI left probable that they will be allowed spend several days In Louisville att New of PARTYdoMrs Edward Fisher is entertain a merry crowd of young peopl and from this cUyat Sweet Sulphur and Velpen Ind at a Fourtl July house party In honor of her popular daughters Misses Run 1 Irene Fisher The guests arc Misses Ruth and Irene Fisher Wl New hehhlna Ulrich Marie Qlbbs Mar at Mlchoi Virginia Watson Grac Pflanz Flora Rectenwald kissers Fisher Harry and James Glee Reed Wernea Jesse DeGrau Frank J HIggins George Lama Url Itectenwstdn ot ello Sweet Sulphur returning July 6 week Ryan OFFICERS ENTERTAINED I i Advice from Queenstown Ire ter say that the oncers of Wfrle American practice squadron enter this prominent residents of Cor Queenstown on board the batilaul fleshly Iowa last Saturday afternoor nerly entertainment was a nrlllian HIi and the Irish guests rlIng raMItlt8IrAm ASIBTANTk bar here epUiat Si K 1s rtratrQCe r Look asrhdsup koti4 l t t ais Pz J S0GIETY 1 BIJ II sailIfor I I Misses Josephine and Julia arirell of Lexington are visiting Miss I Sarah Rubel i ShWilliam Heeler and John 9 i have returned after a ten daysI I at Grayson Springs i Miss Margaret Welch of Columbus Ohio is visiting Miss GertrudE Bryce of Bcechmont Mr and Mrs William Mudd Mrs James Hickey have rein ffrom a visit to Sanders Mrs J H McConnell of South Louisville has as her guest Mrs J H Prince of Big Cllfty- i Granteen Is the guest of her daughter Mrs M Kirk of South Louisville Brother Bernard of St Xavlers his1nmother Mrs Mary Jane Price Mr and Mrs pdward OConnell and daughter Anna are spending ten days with friends in Frankfort ndkits Mary Morgan wife of Officer Ebenezer Morgan will leave for French Lick Springs tomorrow Misses Nell McAuliffe and Helen ORourke left Tuesday for a visit to Mrs John McAuliffe at Memphis Tenn The many friends of tiles Nell seriouslyr ill are glad to hear that she is able to be out Misses Mamie and Blanche ToblnI have returned to Frankfort after a delightful visit to Misses Ula and Alva Ray Miss Annie Kelly of 619 West Catherine street is scpndlng two weeks in Toledo Ohio as the gr of her niecehorkites Beezle Hannan accompanied by Miss Walsh of Chicago will sail early In July from Montreal for Eng und and Paris Mr and Mrs M T Hanly and eon of Muncie were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Connell of New Albany 1 last week H M Miss Lill Kearns and Miss Austine Brooks of Brooks Station are vislt Ing Miss ids Charles Carroll at her home In Bullitt county Miss Ethel Grecly of 619 West gonehh remainder to of the summer Miss Margaret Short of Beech mont had as her guests the past week MissesElizabeth t Margaret OhlodMrs J T English of Pewee Valley had as week end visitors Mrs Harvey Shanks of Crescent Hill and her guest Miss Louise Mulcahy Paul Doherty has returned f the University of Michigan to spend vacation with his fattier Dr W Doherty 1358 South First streett Mrs Sherman lIcFadgen of AlII ntendsI Highlante6ar- ranged in her honor Miss Josephine Schmuck of the left Saturday for a visit several weeks to relatives and at Cannelton Ind and Owensboro and Maceo Mr and Mrs Will Barry and son Watts Barry have returned to Louis le from a trip of three weeks that New York Philadelphia Atlantic City and Washington t Miss Ruth FitzgIbbon of South Send Ind has been the guest oft t Margaret and Louisa Boyd atl home In the Highlands whereI received much social attention In Mrs Fred Harlg with her two children will leave July 4 for New York whence they will sail for Europe July 8 They will visit Mrs ngs mother in Carlow Ireland Wilbur Newhouse of New Albany Saturday night for St Louis to where he acted as best man at the wedding of Frank Kelly formerly of Albany and Miss Maud Kelley J St Louis Mrs P B Riley has been enter talnlng at her home In Zoneton the following guests Mrs JJ E Brush daughter of Brooklyn N YI Mr and Mrs Charles Rlley of Humboldt Tenn Mr and Mrs Joseph Sass have re turned from their wedding trip t tFilYork and the East and are no home at the residence of the the brides parents lilt and Mrs Henry Michael 1156 East Broadway Miss Maggie Riley of this city and Tim Ryan find Mrs Cella Cos of Cincinnati wero members e a house party entertained lastj the at the home ot Mrs Dennis in Shelbyville MMMMM early Mrs John A Murphy and daugh of Alice of Cairo 111 visited nds fn Louisville several dayr 111 week and returned to CalroontulThursday They are the wife and of John A Murphy for County President of the A0i- i Louisville Mr Murphy is do nicely in the new home othlfj Mrs Aekley sad Mrs of retorted rem Mareball Bhd they attended the eo ameHoe l exercises at the academy o Cot eivter ot 81ea 1afiereturrt- rip they were MeoMiaBAtd bar l ltt llDe Detoney a dangVter o- f1ra fly Aekley who bite Men a pUpil ured n U U fJ iry jJ =t waawardeil erage In her grade Mrs M KleinJohn of 816 Eastt Chestnut street left today for Min neapolls to spend a month as the CrottyShebratlon In that city and visit St Paul before returning TIMESort stV1aitWill Come Again at Big Celebration on July 20 IrishraedAmericans who remember the great picnics given under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians arelanxious for July 20 to roll around so they may mingle once moro with their old friends Phoenlu Hill Park will be thronged on that occasion and every committee is working hard purposeProfi furnish the music which is a guar antes that the dancers will not be disappointedAmong who are managing the affair are D J Coleman Thomas Dolan E J Kelran Thomas J Lan gan Thomas Walsh William Mur phy Anthony Tompkins Joseph E Farrell Thomas P Lawler Louis Roller Con J Ford Ernest Smith I leaneyJamesh Hottrigan Thomas Stevens J G Hesslon D J Dougherty James Stevens Thomas Noon John H Hennessy Thomas Lynch John J Barry Harry Brady D J RetllSaWilliam Callaghan and M Dermott AWARDS MADEI And Sisters of Mercy Return Thanks ForI StFavors lestTho Sisters of Mercy of SacredI h Heart Home wish to thank their friends who so generously helped to make their lawn fete a success I o I whohave j andtoI presj their heartfelt gratitude It Iis a great pleasure to those who worked lawnfeteThe following awards were made Brass bed B A Taylor Axminstederug L A Eckhart Miss L Wachtel dinner set Jacob MrsFrankters of Mercy electric lamp Robert Lee Morgan fine clock Fedler HIckey of Henryvllle Ind jewel S goldtevea t K EllirkLas Vegas N M large doll and shirtwaistpigeonsErtl at WATHEXBDWAImS 1 St JamesPEdwards affromBertrand Convent next 3fondayluevening Rev Father Doyle will officiate Only the Immediate members of the family of the con tractlng parties will witness the ceremony After a wedding trip of several weeks Mr and Mrs Ed wards will make their home atn Cardinal Hill on the river roadwThe bridl about to be lIs one of thethicharming daughters of Mr and J B Wathen Mr Edwards Is a leading attorney and aspires to the Democratic nomInation for Lleutenta ant Governor f POPULAR CANDIDATE Hon L C Llttrahof Sweet Owen one of the aspirants for the Democratic nomination for Superln tendent of Public Instruction was In Louisville this week and according to his friends is malting a runaway race Mr Littrell is the editor of the Owen County Democrat and served the last House of Representatives Among his Intimates in the House were HonP J Cosgrove of the Forty alxth district and Hon Sam uel L Robertson of tho Fiftyfirst district Mr Llttrell has many other friends In Louisville who are work Ing hard in his interest Ho Is In an every way qualified to till the office md which he aspires town CARROLLTON IS HEADY ten Jr Frank O Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors Y M In Kentucky Jurisdiction and Grand Secretary Charles Barbour of wensboro have returned from who Carrollton where they perfected ar rangements for the meeting of the Grand Council there in August The jute Carrollton Council Is in its new home and this Js a good time for the M I friends to visit there Casper ls and John Glauber are arranging CON details of t1 entertainment of delegates at Carrollton ofr VICTIkt OITUBERCULOSiS IadnThe ifuneral of John W Dojap a ot former policeman and a veteran pt adults SpanishAmerican war took race place from St Williams church on Monday morning Mr Dolan lIed Saturday morning at the home his sister Mrs John Henly 1141 At South Twelfth street He had been day about a year and suffered from Besides sis sister the of deceased Is survived by three broth SlcrDolanCOSMIC CLUB EXCUIISIPX For TbeCsmleClubanorganlzaUon fI non young buslneos then of the East biea will glveit arlnualuns- etuexlF union up the river one the steamer ady jiumblal this evening There will i of i reireahmeabri I c JdfoaW vliag eats tladt3 fituJl K allIW1to malts thr j baklr r u- n o ll i r I Iii SURP1USEPAUTY tWas tn Store For Two Vet eran Louisville Letter Carriers Last Saturday night the local branch of the National Letter Car- rIers held their regular monthly meeting at Liberty Hall Walnut reet between Second and Third l =WILLIAM F KOSTER and after the transaction of the usual routine business put over a OnJunoCharles Prather rounded out twenty years as messengers of Uncle mIn recognition of their long service as carriers and their loyalty to the association each was presented wIth a handsome Morris chair Fred F Watkins another letter carrier made tho presentation speech Messrs Koster and Prathor were I present but neither had any Idea of presentations quite felicitous as well as facet speeci1I upon their trail neither Koster or Prather could have been taken more by sur weto1 ces Alter that there was a banquet and music TOO STRENUOUS Albert J Venneman of Evansv Ills Speaker of tho lateHouse of Repre tlves of the Indiana Legislature clared last week that he was done with politics and that under no cumstances would he be a candl for reelection He said the game was too strenuous fora poor n- and that he expected to spend the next four years of his life attendingi to his profession and trying to lay tip something for his family IOSTIOXED UNTIL TODAY On account of rain the festivities Fontaine Ferry Park last Sal day night were postponed President William A Groves President of Johns Day League under whose auspices the affair was underta announces that all tickets for the air sold last Saturday will be ntent either this afternoon or e g The object of thepicnic Is yento build a much needed hospital MILLIONS FOR CHURCHES More than 3600000 will go tt- w into churches in New York City a thin the next six months Roman tholics will put Into new churches s summer about 1200000 Episcopal projects outside of the I Cathedral of St Johnthe Divine will e 1000000 Presbyterians will spend 600000 and Method late 600000 FOXTAIXK FERRY PARK Another splendid vaudeville bill promised for Fontaine Ferry Park beprettieramusemt nt devices are being n ellnI patronized The concert music is pleasing and popular It is an ideal itlooni one CLERKS ELECT DELEGATES I of L colouisvillefederation of Postoffice Clerks held Important meeting on Monday big elected the following delegates the national convention which a meet at Des Mones Iowa S er 4 6 and 6 Henry H Schulte and Vincent C Burke but RETURNS PROM EAST Mup will Rev Father Francis OConn is assistant priest at Stt the Stephens church Owensboro trough Louisville last passtan home from the East While Loulevllle he was the guest of his mother lire Lucy OConnor FIRMATION AT ASHLAND J The Right Rev C P Maes Bishop reels Covington paid an official visit to line shland this week and on Sunday fine confirmation to a c1a more than 100 children andI many Bishop Maes was pleasantly week ived by people of all creeds RECEIVED INTO SODALITY new St Patricks church last Su afternoon sixty children were lemrily received into the Sodality the Immaculate Conception jnedictlon of Ihe Most Bleseed followed RESIOVBS STAINS ship lug iron rust soak tike stalk i Julee and rub with salt and a kl the sun a few hours ship r Ink Maine the aimpleet rem a te peroxide or lemon and Milt poll1 soak in sour milk over nlghtlanl Oran stsltast may be removed by lerved In alfldSoll or by weltteg the awl rub with soft Mapanll Samuel d work A n Vacation td AWNINGSAND TENTS large stock of tents on hand for sale rent hereOrdersEstimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST LCs LITTRKLLCANDIDATE FOR Superintendent of Public Instruction Subject to the Action of Democratic Primary July 1 1911 As member last Legislature he was Louisvilles friend at all lim- osWM STELTENKAMP CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLEFifth Magisterial District Composed of First Second and Third Wards to Action of the Democratic Party RNlGflTS OF lOLUMBllS I s Late News That Will interest leasMembers Here and asThe new council at Montgomery asbfinn starts with fiftythree mem bersOn Tuesday of last week Denver Council admitted twenty new members to Its ranks- Villanova College has conferred the honorary degree of doctor of laws aped Supremo Knight James A Flaherty Colorado Springs will confer the andiatetingents for the third anQuite a number Qoufsv Knights accompanied State flop Rogers and staff to Sunday They wereSndianapollatJt with their reception Rev Father Oliver Welsh of the Paullst community giving a series of lectures to non Cathollcs In WIs- ur consln The lectures are under auspices of the Knights of theDegree work has been ptactic suspended for the summer months kenSyracuse Council exemplified the first degree last week for a class of The others will be conferred this fall Indianapolis Council celebrated its j twelfth anniversary last Sunday 1 when State Deputy J C Rogers and staff of Kentucky conferred the third degree on a class of about seventy The celebration closed with banquet at the Claypool Hotel THIRD PLACE j Louisville Can Clinch Third Position in Present Series 1sMike Kellys Paul team play here again this and and Louisville by winning games can entrench themselves third place Two old douisvl players are in the St Paul lineup Harry Howell who is making a ong factor in the Kelly aggrega and Delehanty who is playing the best games in the associa tier just now Tile present lineup Louisville was suggested in these umns last week and the Colonels now have a team which should be a factor In the fight for the pennant the roster being perfect fro batting standpoint and sereepbase simply from the fact that t position is new to Manager HowardI he can be depended upon to put an average good game and which = l be counterbalanced by his games has been all that could be ired and shows that Louisville surely support a first dtvls enteam AVENUE THEATER Independent motion picture makers who are supplying new have of late a new of pictures ot an exceptionally quality dealing with dramas andesof these will be presented next at the Avenue Theater In ad 1vaudevUleand The Avenue management Is leaving nothing un I realaamusement spots the city AI CONTEST CLOSERo Chlckasaw Council Y M L of =Memphis Tenh closed U contest Monday nightVaehtngtonJJthat tilled the Innmost satisfactory gain in member and Its close was celebrated moektrl 1 and the openIng Of bvE tournament after 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only Family delivery will be prompt and satisfactory furnls1lcefoal1 quautlty AMERICAN iiIce and INCORPORATED Pearl Storage and FloydCoii a MONUMENTS We Are now receiving from Barre Vermont three ear loads of Monuments for our sbpringtradethelargeetandr ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give lie a call MULDOONMonument 813 W UreaStM LouUvilU Ky n n CHRISTIAN i Schools Date Back to thoTimo of Our Divine Lord Apostles and Disciples Vere Pupils in Original College I Able Essay From PenotEdito- oi the Southern Guardian CHURCH WAS REAL EDUCATO The Right Rev Father J IN Lucey V G of Little Rock Ark editor of the Southern Guardian 1In his Issue of June 17 published a very able editorial on the origin and history of Christian schools It is worth reading heeding and remembering It is seldom that a matter of this kind is so lucidly explained and for that reason the Kentucky Irish American publishes the article in Its entirety and as a matter of newt Father Lucey writes The first Christian school may 1be said to have been founded by Christ our Saviour when Ho gathered the apostles into his household for in jtructlon in the principles of his religion As the Bible relates they lived with Him as one family for the space of three years At length He was able to say to them All thing which my heavenly Father hath given to me I have made known trout and as my heavenly Fathe Lath sent me I now send youas selected instructed ordained and commIssioned you so do you likewise that thus my church may be perpetuated to the end of time Although these words strictly speaking ipplled more to the doctrine of Christ than to the mode of education at the clergy the example of the Saviour was followed and the Bishops house became an ecclesiastical seminary St Peter took as pupils Clement Mark Evodius and lilnus who be became his successor Jt John had Polycarp Paplas anthem St Paul had Luke Timothy Titus and others As a rule In thirst centuries Whetever there were ai number of Christians a Bishop resided and besides the ecclesiastical itudbnts the priests who were sub- Ject to him dwelt in the same house with him The Bishops house waR requently styled a monastery on account of the regularity of life observed Rural parish priests are first mentioned by the Council of Valson beld In 528 But it was not until thu tWelfth century that the office ol parish priest was regularly Instltutodi and he was given parochial inde endence The first Christian school was thus the Bishops school for tue education of priests and natural sough as the first pressing want was clergy to spread the religion oi Christ Toward the fourth century these Bishops schools or episcopal seminaries had a regular course of profane as well as ecclesiastical study and were frequently expanded Ins the reception of Students to re live those who might not enter the ranks of the clergy It was not very many years however after the Ascension of Christ that another kind of school called athechetical arose It was the usual custom in the first centuries of the tiurch to require candidates for admission to go through a two years course of instruction each day in the vestibule of the church where a priest or an authorized layman would explain the principles of the Christian religion The honor of establishing the first regular school of this kind Is generally accorded to St Aark the evangelist who twenty seven years after the ascension of Christ or in the year 6Q established such a school in Alexandria Egypt one of the most remarkable cities of- tho world where Ptolemy Soter had founded the magnificent library of 00000 volumes The course of study in the cate letlcal schools of Jerusalem under Stt Cyril Us Bishop very fairly represents what was pursued in the other portions of the Christian world It consisted of twentythree parts The first eighteen was a summary of the Christian religion as set forth In the Apostles Creed and was Intended for the first class The remaining five Darts were intended for the second class to prepare them for the sacraments of penance con rmatlon and the eucharlst For more than a century nothing beyond religious Instruction was thought of radually however secular ranches were Introduced About the year 180 Pantaenus a very learned Stoic philosopher became a convert to the Christian faith In- the school which he was authorized to establish he received permission to teach the various secular ranches and was perhaps the first great teacher to add this useful element to Christian education After hhn came the ceelbrated genius of early Umes Orlgen who when lie iecived authority from the Bishops orC Oaesarea to teach disposed of his suprtceJts a day Although sacred scrip lures was his thief study branch after branch of secular learning was eedlly introduced About 200 years after Christ every branch of human nowledge Insofar IU It shad been ilUvated anywhere at the time was taught in the Christian catechetical shoolfl In the beginning of the itrd century Christians were expect d to teach and to study the lIberal art profane literature philosophy M1l the Biblical languages Hebrew Grask and Qhaldaic 0 HAXcKT BBIIAVIC y Out In Washialtn rliato the intoorentj eted lor brMkinfe the rules w la 1 rf ii i1 ii i 9 woman Washington is the State where yeomen recently covered herself with glory through being respdr slble largely for the recall of officers voted undesirable It Is one of the most recent States to grant to woman the right to vote Now that she thuds herself a real citizen It iIs to be hoped that she will not forge the high aim of citizenship set 1by the law abiding AN OLD JFATIIEK Just a Story For Rea Old Fashioned People Is there among any nation on earth such an abiding faith in the Integrity of parents as among the Irish ItIs part of their heritance part of their religion God Almighty gave Moses ten command meats The first three dealt wit the Honor and respect necessary to the Deity but before He commanded Thou shalt not kill He admonished Honor thy father and thy mother This is one lesson that children of Irish parents have learned Thos who neglect or forget the admoni Lion become worse than outcasts Apropos of this one of our good Hibernian friends a few days ago saidNot very long ago a weddln party had assembled for the cere mony The brides father had 310t arrived The groom became nervou and other members of the party wen more or less visibly agitated The bride remained as tranquil as ia mountain lake To those around her she said Dont give yourself 11 moments uneasiness about myoId daddy He never failed me yet She knew that her father was re liable that she could depend upon him at any hour day or night She had hardly finished when her father appeared on the scene Once agate he had not failed her What a happy world it would be if every girl and boy could and would say Mold daddy never failed me yet How many old daddies are lead ing double lives disappointing the hopes and destroying the faith of their children Nothing can be more tragic nor more terrible than that moment Inn childs life when it dis covers that the father can not be depended upon- I once witnessed such a tragedy myself A sudden disaster over whelmed a friend of mine and when its full magnitude was disclosed it engulfed him Like a pebble he sank into an ocean of despair like a rood he broke beneath the weight of misfortune My God I exclaimed his daughter I never knew that a father could go to pieces like that Her old daddy had failed her There ought to be no greater blot terness to a parent than to have a memory of forfeiting a childs con fidence There can bo no greater earthly Joy nor a greater temporal blessing than to have had a father ind mother who have never failed you Next to the confidence in the goodness of God md the certainty of heaven there Is no such reassuring ind sustaining faith as that of a child in the moral integrity and love f mother and the absolute reliability of an old daddy RECENT DEATHS The funeral of John G Klemenz iL well known blacksmith of the East nd took place from St Martins hurch on Wednesday morning and was attended by many sorrowing rlends The deceased resided at 715 East Madison street and his eath occurred on Sunday I evening He Is survived by his brother harles Klemenz a well known resident of the OBannon section of efferson county Mr and Mrs John Kenefick of 125 Maple streetare receiving many expressions of sympathy from heir friends on the death of William r Kenefick their seventeenyearold JOn Death resulted from dropsy Prior to his illness tha youth was employed as an apprentice at the j and N shops Besides his par nts two brothers survlvo James and ohn Kenefick Jr The funeral took lace from the Cathedral on Wednes ay morning Mrs Catherine Hallinan a be oved matron of St Cecilias parish died at her home 2130 Portland venue on Wednesday as the result of a stroke of paralysis suffered on Monday The deceased was born in reland but had spent nearly all her life in Louisville She is survived byre following children Mrs Patrick Slltnane Mrs l arkin Adams and lisa Mary HallInan all of Louisville and John P Hallinan of Cincinnati and Thomas Hallnan of California The funeral took place from St Jeclllas church yesterday morning The funeral of Miss Ada B Coa- kIeywho died at the family res- Idence 2521 Griffiths avenue early Jonday morning took place from St Cecilias church on Wednesday morning On Wednesday of last week she attended the marriage of her sister to Edward Frelss at St JeclUas church Soon after returning home she became ill and continued to grow worse until her lath Besides her parents Mr and Ira J Coakley she is survived by ai sister Mrs Edward FrJessBUlI two brothers William and Edward Jpakley PLANT PEANUTS Five cents worth of roasted pea nutBean be made to last a long ime It you are not too hungry but Iiid you ever think how much longer by would feat if you 1ntedtrh aroaated ones Try planting a ew kernel1in a pot or box of loose slow earth Keep to rather warm lace Mid water raoreaiely The pnete wilt soon sprout arid the ant grows quickly Aa the foliage jifeadB graeWulIy over the pot you illl be gurprtoed to find how beau ifitl the Plantei are Indeed florltta row them for state They arp well fofVb iHll Mfbt sore they lvqulrL And the pliant iii some in crWtln dbHtf that ebrp yed boys 1udir4 11111 tnjoy watotdntuo n J CATHOLIC Educational Congress Attend by Several JQlipusaud Delegates Scathing Arraignment pf Ga negie Foundation by Jesuit Father iBig Fund to Enlist Symputli in Favor of Irreligious Schools MANY NUNS IN ATTENDANCI One of the greatest If not the greatest gatherings of the Catholic church ever held In the Units States for purely educational discussion took place in Chicago on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday It was the eighth annual congress of the National Catholic Education Association All the business sessions were held at the DePaul University More than 3000 delegates were in attendance Many of them were teaching nuns BeSIdes the delegates many Chicago teaclierp were present at one or more of the sessions in fact more than 1000 nuns from that city attended the various sessions of the parochial school department The Rev Father Henry Spalding S J was in charge of the parochial school section The Very Rev Edward Dwyer S J presided over the deliberation of the seminary section which dealt with the preparation of young men for the priesthood alone The off cers of the National Catholic Educational Association are Honorar President Cardinal Gibbons President General Right Rev Thomas J Shahan D D President of the Catholic University at Washington D C Secretary General Rev Francis W Howard Columbus OhioThe topics discussed at the differ ent sessions and in various Sections related almost entirely to Catholl educational Institutions The object of these congresses is to unify systems of education in parochial schools colleges academies and seminaries The only topic that approached a discussion of matter outside the Catholic church was the paper read by the Rev Timothy Drosnahan S J President of Loyola College Baltimore Father Brosnahan made his address at the opening session of the congress on Tuesday It was a scath- Ing attack on the aims and alleged tendencies of the Carnegie Foundation His views were supplemented by a general discussion led by the Rev Matthew Schumacher C S of Notre Dame Ind FatherIBrosnahan said In part A fund of 15000000 in bonds of the United States Steel Corpora ion providing retaining allowances for certain excepted institutions will enlist the interest of Influential personages in the stability of the Pitts burg millionaires industrial bairn These we may reasonably sup pose would scarcely look ImpartiallY on legislative inquiries or enactments that would imperil the value of their securities The result ol Investing the United States Steel Corporation bonds In the foundation could scarcely have escaped the acumen of so astute a business man The Carnegie Foundation affords a motive to university and college Presidents for discharging profes sors when they have ireached the lead line Personal or financial reasons may make the professors re lrement desirable to the university President affording a way for pro notion to some younger man If the evils of despotism are In tore for us should we permit mon poly of education by the Government which after all with us cane called to accounts what may we expect from a private permanent lelfperpetuatlng corporation backed by mlllons of dollars and Irresponsi ble to the public whose one aim is to bring into disrepute schools under definite religious control to bond ether nonsectarian schools sleeted mostly for their actual or respective strength through them to get control of the higher education of the country and finally to est bllsh educational unity and coherency by an educational system which Is necessarily hostile and skeptical In its attitude toward religious ruth FOR WOMANS EYE Large dots of chenille are seen on many voiles Black braid on checked materials Is quite the favorite trimming Tailored suits Qt linen or silk are sowing revers of bright colors French millinery shows the iondency for ribbon silk and velvet ewe Braid is a factor to be reckoned with in the planning of new dresses or suits Irregular shapes and plenty of uncurled ostrich plumage mark the latest largo hats as a ruleIStriped sheer linen Is simple little frocks china blue and white being the most popular Artificial flowers are being worn Int bouquet form oft tailor made suits or afternoon dresses the small lowers being used On blouses the sailor collar and cuffs Are of Contrasting material and olor There 1is the ever popular oulard dotted striped and plain thallla combined with linen batiste hallls and silk NO ORPHAN ASYLUMS Orphan aYl mffUn1U1own in ustrallu Every deituteorphant slid lg east iQ a piinU family WIa htX s care ot Ife atA41 it lai foait rears of age aJidtlil usetrattf l br Uw Government ifi G FRANK FEHR BREWING CU ZNOORPOHArED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE rn KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED t LOUISVILLE IaCumb Phone West 191 INrHEWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Y Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent fiavoc Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN K FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATSDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERS f1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE MY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALYATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light ONTAINE FERRYThe Park High Class Family Amusement Resort FREE CONCERTS Every Afternoon and Evening by Sing nanos Concert Band- XTRAOOOD VAUDEVILLE Two Shows Dally3 p m 830 p m DANCING Every night except Sufaday Fine floor best music Admission to Park Afternoons free after 6 p m lOc Children accompa pied by parents free at all times PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season HOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials fI OutingsT- his beautiful Park has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing coutracti SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 50 CENTS150l On the Elegant Steamers I City ofLouisville City of Cincinnati Onaof the above steamers leavesthe- Wbarfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where side meets the return boat arriving borne about 7p m ROUND TRIP ONLY50c fllve year keys M edacities Ht will jtre ftrttbtm fr Hfe ST XAVIERS COLLEGE sic W ireeidway LlnhK7bY- treXatiM uod aee rotBr s CB THOMPSON FLORISTeONILY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUEI Both Telephones 1050 All order receive prompt attention and satisfaction guarante- edPRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas nable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA nBRCY HOSPITAL Spark Aveane JMIcrionvllle Ilad HfNRY AJ1 1PULSID- YER P U AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Appatti WORK GUARANTEED Pbone 6Ia528 Fifth Strut CENTRAL FURNITUHECO Incorporated N W Cor Third aid Green Sis s We furnish the home com plete on easy payments WM CALLAOHAN Mir Ssks pert HENRY HUNOLD BRALJIR IN SStapli Ml FaICy iBriMTlit A FiRIT eLAIIIAMPEJIOI IIN OO rnlcTMLII 1 aJnaI a iipdalf- yreellne 524 W WILL i I- u ryr a T to- u 1 rut IlJ ETLtr IRISa AMEiRI0 1T 0 C n The Largest Crowds Ever Seen in a Business House Have Jammed THE BIG STORE 4 Co tinually Since This GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE Began You cant afford to wait Dont delay The prices will startle you Look for the Big Red Seal I I THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE d CO 424 West Market Between SfIIFourth aid Fifth Piano Values==0ur Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods it Is our purpose to advise with 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 lines of quality pianos at the lowestI 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 cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt ing of our superior service in treating one customer the same k as another and Is a point to be well considered when pur chasing a piano We Invite Inspections and comparison 1MONTENEGRORIEHMl MUSIC COe i Incorporated e seoo FOURT Ex AVENUE I GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2 12 Ibs s 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY j Horn Phone 1313 81 W MARKTT STREET g 8 z JAS j NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON s PharmacyiPrescriptions Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS ihtThe Last DollarT- hat l p I you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a 1 SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED I twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR 1m- tIli must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the t m dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming In II IIIIIIIII I f Fifth and Court Place lut Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m Qg z fa WILLIAM ADDAMS CANDIDATE FOR H GOVERNORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party at the Pri mary to Be Held July 1 19- 11DOESNTIT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Pint and River Both Phones M67 AUo operating Rooster Wall Plaster Plant I ftvII e leffcl1IOnvUlc Ind Phone MS GEHER 6t SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET snrr run CLHBRATP NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUiCKMEALGASRAKGE Combines not a few bnt all features of practical value that are consldereddeslr ered desirable In a Gas Range EQUALitpabllc1 DR JT GHAWKi Veterinary Ja raaryaiI- IIIIleraeworse t i SCfENTUFtC AMI PRACTICAL MORSE SNOjEING rI Nlilrsee s4 For avid iitBeth Heave 2SM lOPPfCe AND POgOi1 7U4II UVSMTn TUttl D HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Seventyfive candidates were In itiated by the Ladles Auxiliary o Springfield Mass last week I Division 3 meets Monday night All who can should attend as they will hear some Interesting reports I I President Murphy will not detain the members of Division 1 Tuesday I night but urges the members to at tendThe visits of the county officers t the local divisions are creating a renewed Interest in the Ancient OrderThe membership In New England- s about 40000 and effort Is being made to Increase the number 10000 during the present year This is the time for county and divisions officers to make preparation for large class initiations during the fall and winter months The Ladles Auxiliary meets next Wednesday night and as the busl ness will be of utmost Importance iIt- Is hoped to see the hall crowded Division 19 of Waltham Mass has authorized Its committee on Held day to expend 3000 for the attractions and events to bo held o Labor day The Hibernians of San Francis 1 have purchased a hall and home In that city tar 25000 It will bused as permanent headquarters forr city and county- Wide awake to the opportunities to Increase their membership the divisions In Plymouth county Mass held a great class Initiation last Sun day In Rockland Hibernians In Cambridge Mass ire talking ofa new building 1 some central portion of the Unl rerslty City A meeting will be called to tako initial steps in thatL directionWednesday night Division 2 meets at Campbell and Broadway Presi dent Ford wants every member pres ent as he will announce his appoint ments for the coming HIbernian- reunIon on July 20 Two thousand excursionists ac companied the Providence Hiber nian Rifles on their trip to Newport Gen Rogers and State Presidentl Matthews and Secretary Martin were guests of the regiment Indianapolis Hibernians will b prominent In the Commercial Clu Fourth of July celebration Three floats will be decorated for the Ancient Orderone for the juvenile division one for the auxiliaries andI one for the divisions Division 1 of Syracuse N Y held a social session last Monday night and the members wives andI families were present The feature of the evening was a lecture by thei Rev Father William M Dwyer o the Syracuse Cathedral who told o t his recent visit to Ireland and the Holy Land COUNTRY PICNIC For Rural Church Near July 4ii The workers for given at Silver Lake Charles Klemenzs place Tuesii OBannon In this county next day July 4 are meeting with every possible enoourageemnt Good coun try meals will ba served on th grounds There will be good must and other amusements Whatever funds accrue will be devoted to the Catholic church at Pewee Valley The Rev father Boes invites allI his Louisville friends to attend the picnic and assures nil a Pleasant time The Chairmen of the committees that are working Shard for success are Peter Helman John an Frank Huber The ladles of the OBannon and Pewee Valley vicinities are noted as good cooks and none who VIsits the picnic need go away hungry- COUCIiMANSCHAETGTT One of the prettiest weddings of the season was solemnized at Holy Name church South Louisville o Wednesday morning when Miss Anna May Couchman and William Schaetzly were united in matrimony by the Rev Father John OConnor The bride wore a gown of white marquisette and carried brides roses The bridesmaids were Misses Mary Seng Mary Rosefleld and Mar garot Holmes They were attired In pink and carried pink carnations The ushers were Arthur Slener of North Vernon Ind Joseph Reichert of Seymour Ind and John Maguire I The flower girls were Misses Tinnle and Margaret Dehler After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Schaetzly I left for a Western trip that will In I elude St Louis After August 1 they will be at home to their friends at Lynnhurst MOVING PICTURES I The Casino and Orpheum hrve tsiis season shown a number of extraordinary I dramas and it Is a gratifying fact that not one of these films have I been suggestive or dangerous in any sense Each picture before It Is presented to the public Is run off for the private view of the manag c ment and If It is not suitable from I amoral standpoint It IB promptly canceled Next Week new pictures will be shown with the regular I changes and Illustrated songs I STEITEN1CAMP ANNOUNCES I William H Stritenkitmp Constable I in the Fifth Magisterial dlk rlett hasannotncedhlsoandldacyto succeed himself Mr Steltenktrap is ont of the mast popular young men In the Bait Hindi Oa the death itito father TonrBt i Bkarap two inontbnafro 0i eonswa appointed t fin tTMaMT Ut Is makh 8 1 reod II the ofite 4utd Dirt lftiaU t with to w him retain ii1 J r 3 ti SOCIETY DIRECTORY A 0HDI- VISION i Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Tompfking Recording Secretary Joseph B Farrell IFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Thomas P Lawler SetgeantatArasLouis Roller DIVISION WednesdayoCampbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurerTames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meow First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portlan- dPresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas1 StevensFinancial SecretaryJ O Hes slop DoughertynSergeantatArmsJames Stevens ceSentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Secondand Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan BradynFlnancl l Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall 1County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice PresidentS E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll CarbSentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y lJIMACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Clu I House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Hanf LinktSecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding SecetaryH Ker bergTreasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andriott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart Itft11fE i i 6DamlansvlJle1910MytromEplleptlo dayOurrecommendedPastorshe took and after that would not get monthUpontheAntleplleptlchas had no attack since TexdwrttesForfifteencontinued up to 4 years ago when I took Pastor Koenlgfl Nerve Tonic and heartIest FREE PAN A Valuable Book on Her SamplebOtUefleets also get the nxdlcln Ins FortWayne illnI Lake Street Sold by DrnraUt at 1 per Bottle 6 for 95 LarK 3tz Sl75 6 Bottler for SB LOUISVILLK WON The Saengerfest at Milwaukee last week was a great success socially and musically Louisville won hands down in the race for the next meeting which will be held In 1914 waselected incehesingingsocietiesl the event that is three years off SODALITY PICNIC The Young Ladles Sodality of Sacred Heart Retreat on the New burg road will give a picnic in the crrove opposite the Retreat next Tuesday July 4 There will be a genuine country dinner plenty of refreshments all kinds of amuse supperEitheronly twentyfive cents Besides there will be field events such as tugsofwar baseball games etc Many handsome prizes will be awarded the aucceseful contestants No admission wlll be charged The funds raised will lie devoted toward completing the grotto that te being erected on the Sacfed Heart Retrettt ground BUCnAIllSTIO COXGRBSiS The closing exerclm of the WorMs Kucuftrlatlc Cohgrew were held 1n Madrid on Wednesday The King jldQutenoff Spain and the ea tlre ipanlih Cabinet wretcatktadatree The lefmblS waa a britHftut one n Y 7 ljr ttii IRELANDI Record of the Most Important ofI the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Thomas Whelan has been reelect ed Chairman of the Athy Board of GuardiansThere at present In Ireland 380 cooperative creameries with membership of about 40000 farm I ersIn 1901 the population of Ennis was 5095 according to the last census It shows an Increase of about 345 The Clare County Council has unanimously appointed to the Cor onershlp James Lynch of Ennis for North Clare White gloves were presented to Judge Green at ljundalk Quarter Sessions there being no criminal1 business for disposal The departure from Gurteen of the Rev Peter OCallaghan for Liv erpool has caused intense regret 1in that his native parish Most Rev Dr Healy administered the sacrament of confirmation to nearly 700 chlldron at the Holy Ron ary church In Castlebar At Newry Borough Court three boys named Michael McConville Francis Burke and Patrick Sheridan were fined for playing pitch andI toss At a meeting of the Baltlnglass Gaelic League Dr Kenna was elected President and P Heyden Vice Presi dent of the branch for the ensuing yearThe death Is announced of the Rev M J OCallaghan a native o f Gormanstown County Limerick andI for many years a well known priestt in the diocese of Salford There being no criminal business I to dispose of County Court Judge Drummond was presented with a pair of white gloves at the opening of the Carrick Quarter Sessions The voting at Mullingar Rurall District Council was fortyseven t thirtyeight against co=options an 0d J ONeill defeated W Barry lo the chair by fortyseven to thirtytwo The death took place recently of James Curtis of Drogheda In his seventyfifth year In his younger days he took a prominent part iin local politics and was for thin years Borough Treasurer The body of the young fisherman Coleman Joyce who during a gale was swept off a fishing boat while fishing near Roundstone Galway was found floating in the vicinity ofr the place where the accident oc curedA young man named Cecil HerneI was charged at Omagh with causing womabng f her The evidence showed that the occurrence was accidental l and the Magistrates refused informations John Cullen the occupant of a laborers cottage in the Duncormick district of County Wexford was re Gently found dead suspended Jby a piece of cord from the banfildf Hej was a most industrious man but hadl been in ill health for some time A melancholy fatality occurred a l the Nenagh Convent where building operations are being carried out James Bourke aged twentyfive years and married while engaged with some others in demolishing a piece of masonry was crushed be neath the column which suddenly inis stantaneousBIG TIME In Store For Those Who Attend Frankfort Picnic Frankfort Council Knights of Columbus will give a home coming picnic on July 4 The purpose is to raise a fund that will be a nucleus for a sum sufficient to enable the Knights to build their own home Special rates to Frankfort will be made by all railroads John T Buckley J J Brlslan and John E Glenn constitute the Executive Committee John R Sower Is doing good work as Chairman of the Publicity Com mittee MrsC E Collins is Chair man of the Ladies Executive Com mlttee and Mrs George B Salender Is Chairman of the Soliciting Committee Several hundred former residents of Frankfort who now live in Louisville and other Kentucky towns are expected io attend the pic nic and mingle with friends of former years- ECTENDEIS BRIDAli TOUR A pretty June wedding at StJo sephs church was that which united Miss Susan E Brown and William D Chester popular young people of Clifton The ceremony was formed by the Rev Father perII Kranz O F M After the rite Mr and Mrs Chester left for extended trip through the anII which includes Yellowstone After August 1 they will be at home to their friends at 116 Stoll avenue HOPKINS THEATER Innayatlona and special1 features will from now be presented each week In a constant variety at the Hopkins Theater The vaudeville bill for Fourth of July week should bea thoroughly enjoyable and novel one embracing as it does quick change and singing specialties con edy dancing and monologue not pre seated here before To inaugurate I the excellent bill promised a specially tine set of moving pictures has been secured for the entire week PICNIC FOR PUPILSl The closing exercises of St Bonlt lundayandTuthe sei arijFlhiwi Urtaliitd USIx1IHJUIu an allday I It 10lt10attDp1c n h t- ffi r Jii J r- N + NNNfelee oNeeeu FIREWORKS Our Stock of Fireworks for the Fourth of July is ready and we are showing onlyDUESantee every piece 200a300 500 1000 and 2500 and they contain all the latest and best pieces Our BALLOONS are the best made ranging in size from 2 12 to 9 feet New patterns of Animal Balloons We do not offer forsale anything prohibited by recent ordinance Order now and avoid the rush later We will deliver the day you want it WHOLESALE LIST TO DEALERS eP 220 Oftf i 6OPNNNeeNNOeNNeNNeNNMNHN0110 GRAND PICNICTo be given at Silver Lake Park on Chas Klemenz Place near OBannon Ky TUESDAY JULY 4TH 19111 i For the Benefit of St Aloysius Church Pewee Valley Take L E Car at Station Jefferson St Between Third arid Fourth Conveyances will meet every car Meals Served on the Grounds ADMISSION TEN CENTS GRAND HOMECOMING PICNICGI- VEN UNDER AUSPICES OF Frankfort Council No 1483 Knights of Columbus KYyTUESDAY JULY 4 1911 Old Fashioned Country Dinner and Supper served on grounds for 25c Music all day and evening ty Frankfort Band and Orchestra Dancing Patriotic Addresses by Kentuckys Leading Statesmen Base Ball Game Running Races Contests of all kinds and every Imaginable amusement Louisville friends and all former residents of Frankfort cordially Invited RAILROADSI For Your Furniture Ot i Wants 4 1 I WANT YOUR I TRADE 1 e pricestand my terms the best IjAot GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street aNN000- aNNN NNt1NON b4 WI3WANTYOURWORKWere UIIWereand in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 019 wlcer GRE5HSIST STKIBXCT NpM J BANNONJ P BANNON JR- VlciPnt H M WOLTRING Pru Mgr ScTrtas Secretary F CaiP Salt Pipelaalicas for Steam Coadalts Wall Ce Drain Tile VitrIAe4 Street Pavia lrlck Fire PreoAad Flne P pe lee Lining ire Brick Grate aaa EeIler Tile Groand Fire Clay CkllesaeyTeps Lawn Vases Vitrit4e4 Sidewalk Ilrick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 573 WORKS 13th aadLexIagtoH and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and loth TELEPHONE 2833 a- wrew uwuwu- r r iif It It It n jr nine wIwIY OHAMPAOX PAL KOIxB345 West Orn StrtZiMIWOlUI aNJIf tQtju UUt rt tF- n I n 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