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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rvu cvIJ U n r U 0 KENTUCKy IRISII AMERiCAN 1 iijj f1 p LUME XXVIINO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 81911 pRicE FIVE CENTS PATRIOTIC I ow Irish Americans Took Par In the Big Independence I ParadesJ ago and Indianapolis Each Had Historic Floats i July 4 umbla and Erin Were the Dominant Figures in Both Cities iEVOLtlTION OF UNITED STAPESS I Chicago and Indianapolis had pa trotlc parades on Independence day and IrlslnAmerlcans were well repI thresentedChicago 5000 persons were in the parade aud seventeen nations Were resented in both processions In the celebration a symbolical illustra tion of the amalgamation of all th races was aimed at By virtue ott their organization and historical1 Xrepresentationdominant The pageant opened with a sceneI in Taras Hall on the eve of theiI coronation of Baodan It showed t fairies dancing in a riotous concep k tion of the Celtic imagination TheiI coronation began with the assembling I of the Irish chiefs and their clans and the entrance of BaodanI accompanied by his royal consortL Cacht daughter of King FingalI Behind them were the Kings of Ire- lands provinces At the close of the coronation festival which took place in 557 A D St Brendan en tered with his associates having Just completed his seven years voy I age in the western seas and tells of the discovery of the western worldII The latter Incident proves the firstI element in the evolution of Colum bia and from thence the chain of sequences followed steadily bring j tug In all the connection of the other nations than Ireland contributing to I the evolution of the United States Gov Deneen and Mayor Harrison re J viewed the parade President Taft reviewed the par ade of historic floats at Indianapolis There too the Irish floats were much in evidence The Emmet Club I Which has always celebrated July 4th1 with a patriotic meeting of some t ort had a float in the parade con eying a great lesson in American atriotlsm Its title was NathaTale the Robert Emmet of Amer Ba lndlngl 01Britishhe Ancient Order of Hibernians three floats in the parade ofNoi Hbutlon to the American Revo thiladles representing History Jng to facts lat No 2 was contributed by dies Auxiliary and represent Jbllle Pit her at the battle of i nouth On float No 3 was a entation of the birth of the lean navy with Commodore arry In command By his ero Queen grin and Columbia V girls of St Johns parochial I also had a float in the pro It represented an American of thq Revolution anth i sailors lin the quaint garb ofS ls ago Many other Catholic I had floats of various charII I t tiheI j anerI soa0 Ilcans took prominentI1 ig+ their love for the annda thTHOSEProhibition advocates can find mental pabulum in tho following ancommunlcLtlonD fWhatI I c Commission considers one of the most ar problemiinI arlearnedIons of liquor are shipped annutally by express to prohibition States The liquor is sent chiefly by mall order houses and the movement is more in the South than other section of I dithequantities of extremely cheap whisky bearejj IItIJ I thetnterstatIr says that gave vitally to thlajcharacter of trafllc In liquor W1t iiInStatewide prohibition came the IntorlI state traffic in liquor The decision j of the Supreme Court thatthis traffic wag Interstate M therefore superior tot nitetfer i if by the State govern 4mentrav the industry tremendous lm tWl and eetalbllahedi the express the 1 ntleanythj ONE BUSY BOY I Frank IiMwtin wtols 1 student at t pt JDJd8ntlYbellilNI DThj Frank went to Baltimore for twoj pays and tliea apnt two more hil1 WashliiKtoH New Tprk City Claimed lis attention for three days Two 1 Pays he speCat RoRJinMle Maae two mrewereap In Boston amd1 two in Bridgeport Conn Only one i day eaefc ws spent in New Haven i Brooklyn Columbus and London Ohio He arrived in Louisville on1June 30 went to the home of his parents Mr and Mrs At Martin of wentIq localttrelgbtdeJartment Instead qt beIng congratulated he was ordered to me to work on the morning of uly 1 He obeyed orders and expects to spend his leisure hours working COLORED PRIESTS How the Catholic Church Is Curing Par NeKroesi At the present time there are five colored priests laboring among their people in the United States They are the Rev Charles Randolph Uncles the Rev John H Doraey the ReYjJosephI I Stephen L Theobald Father Uncles was ordained eighteen years ago and had ibeen for some years professor in e Epiphany College at Walbrook Baltimore Father Dorsey was or dalned in 1902 and at present is teaching in St Josephs College for negro catechists at Montgomery Ala- I Father Plantevigne who was born in Louisiana and ordained in 1907 is anI assistant priest at St PrancisI avi rs church Baltimore Father Burgess was born In Washington D C and ordained in Paris France in 11907 He is a member of the Congregation of the Holy Ghost and a profeslisor in the Apostolic CollegeI at Cornwallis pa Father Theobald Is a natlve of British iGulana and received his early education in the Cathedral common school of Georgetown Later he attended St Stanislaus College where he studied classics and philosophy He graduated from the college to 1890 taking the Junior of tho UnI- versity of Cambridge In England and after a postgraduate course in classics at Queens College in British IWest Guiana be took the senior diploma of Cambridge After studying law ifor several yeam he went to Canada in 1904 IntendingI to prof0e3slonI up the law rind entered St Pauls Se w cohereDuring his stay at St Pauls Seminary Father Theobold headed his class with three I i pr isizesBesides these five negro priestsI there are many others working for orthedor thirtyeight have charge of mis ax thheret J priests engaged in the same work and Jj twentyone priests of other religious 111Gm There are also fortythreeI di re clligious tohools1 sc I c eir parishes WORTHY CAUSE i Lawn Pete For Church of the Blessed I SucramentHI A I festivallorI I Blessed Sacrament will be given of thecoate residence of Mrs J J Barrett I 2 East Main street on the oven ling of Thursday July 13 The fes 1 I val will begin about 730 oclock d tickets of admission are beingII ld at twentyfive cents The ladles tohaved other amusement devices The Church of the Blessed Sacra mentis one of the poor churches ole tr city but in Rev Father OSulll van Its pastor it Is rich in spiritualI t haQlaboredd school His parish is poor hisI small but there are tedI lite1 I e assured a good i DEATH OF timeIIJIIJ mostcpopularL ed In St Josephs Hospital In thatI fcity on Tuesday morning He l1adaI enin poor health for a year Ont JijJJ InJuriesthatwas a brother of Hon William F lair and held a responsible position the Leland Motel at Lexington rfriendsr survived by his brother William F n Klalr and three sisters Mrs Albert B Heine Mrs JeromeWeltzel and MisDJ Emma Klair The funeral took from St Petars church on ThurtdiyI orning and was largely attended 1 t j lESTSItSIX NEW r rfl Six 1eWwlfllttlswere ordained for the Order ot the Holy Qroet1t NOtrii ro Tio ver Uy on Friday morning Rev Hrmati J Alwrdlnn Upp of ort iWayn yjis otheoon e rT nemr prieeUi are Hev rrknuM Burk Okloa o Rev Wit H m Bol w Clifford MkU RrPaul Folk Stritjprd Canada Key Ffctrick Purkin Memphis j Rev Wendell Cpropran Ohloago Rev 1WUilaAH celebrated their flrstJmaas In tkeir I pI DMOCRAJSp Named Strong Men to Lead the IParty in CoiningOCampaign IIndications Are That Hon E J McDermott Is One NomineeMb Republicans Fighting Among Themselves ForOGovernor I j QLLIE JAMES A SURE WINNERi i The Democrats of Kentucky held a Statewide primary last Saturday to nominate State omcers Gen A- Pathy seemed to be In control because not more than 40 per cent of the Democratic vote was polled The Democrats will have to do much better L in November If they expect to redeem the State from Republican rule The SfcCreary machine was so well1 oiled that it swept the State like one ot the new tangled a tomoblfe lawnmowers 1 Here In Louisville the grass was a little too long for It to cut James B MoCreary is un I I doubtedly the nominee for Governor II i One of the closest races was that for I jLieutenant Governor Thero were th BreeDermott James P Edwards and T I i G Stuart Everything Indicates that M larnominee although James P EdwardsI ra tenj Desmott Is an able man and I if i i elected will make an able presiding i o thfficerI I fi tottedio rarI 1 heading the ticket Instead of running lfor second placelani i oppositionInineither did C FCreclllus for Secre IlndHenryII i ntest for Auditor of Public Ac co beosworthuntg and from present advices Mr GenItroti icdid J W Newman in the race fo rwi Thesetwo j y the Kentucky Irish American 1 I If appears that Barksdale Hamlet has won the nomination for SuperinI 1 j 1 ten dent of Public Instruction and 1 at Robert L Greene is the nomiI 1 nee for Clerk of the Court of ApI peals The ticket looks strong be I cause every section of the State is1 j represented It is a foregone con1I I 1 usioni that Congressman Oljle James ill bo the next United States SenaI t because little short of a miracle IntheI BtTalkI w dahy lican campaign The Republicans are I having aa awful time a esndd t C ORear Goy Wlllson Is opposedII to 3imes0 erald W millson8 and Camp Orell Coy Wlllson haslost his temper All these things n Repwbllcans ol randteekfr Miends111achlneappeln lI Squire iPatrlcfc T I IT announcedr Magistrate In the Seventh district I I EightnNinth I theTh irtyeighth to tho I prenct11 11 ward As a matter of course he is a candidate subject to the action of the Democratic andelectedunexplred rni of Capt J H Browning who IInauI I I as Magistrate and it is not likely thatI t e will nave any opposition The decision of Judge Coldrlck D last il saloonopening a 3 quito e lot of unfavorable comment John Sexton being fineth1 0 0 on two charges Dan Sexton 45Ind tanagerade oftLIeutJt II supportedhninstead In the l919oampalgn butEI I through some anyterlouslnihlence IwaspromotEjdlroUl thionye Head administration his 1 J Coldnli LelenI I Mormottaddition Judge III iloldrick delivered alecture on election offenders al1 l introdl1cetjtottd I toeningI ayIalld WhemKigMiiere frhese thel notJrfsdtl1nTh tntuekr iriibAmerIcn WOUld like it Impress on tact opon tbe rose office holders that tky wsira J tIi1 4k 1 ected in spite of the bitter opposi eln on of the Post and they are under o obligation in that quarter in the of thelrf duty CONSECRATIONr Iii It f Bishop Tlhen Took Place Thursday at Wichita f Right Rev J Henry Tlhen was consecrdated Bishop of Lincoln Nebc the proCathedrajat Wichita IConI on Thursday TheJRigbt Rev John J Hennessy Bishop of Wichita was the consecrator lIp was assisted by ight Rev Bishop Soannell of maha and Ltlllsf Kansas City Most Rev John J Glennon lArch bishop of StLou s preached the sermon ji Bishop Tihen wi I go to Lincoln w ri N 1Iven1I1IS Bonacum who died in March QU1ELYP Did Cardinal Gibbons Ob serve Golf den Jubilee The actual doub e anniversary C rh Cardinal Gibbons fee priest and I Prince of the chu ch occurred lat iveryIEminence lIe wes tpendlns a few I days with friends fflfty mlle from He aro ie early and cele hrated a low muss Only members of the household w re present Dur g the day he received many con1 gu a includinglegram iI i The solemn religious observance IOf the daal Jublled will be held 1 o In Cathedral In Baltimore In OclI I ber James Gibbons was born and I ised in New Orleans and studied1I for the priesthoodtin Ireland He1 I ordained priest Oil June 30 18G1 I d was made Cardinal on June 30 i lI 8g6Ti I I ENGLANDS CATHOLIC CONGRESS seeIond1 I i held at Newcasfle England next August will be anevcn Jess1 Waya EndWestImlD4ItcrI Is to ti covertheso Willbe1l weetingsI selmrateI subjectsPa wrtsi thINrv Spain has demonstrated that it isI ill a Catholic country On Thursy of last week every city towni I and hamlet had its procession Iin honor of the wtImatedI publIcprocessionsoclock the delegates to the Euch istlc Congress In Madrid attended ass and received holy communion I the Basilica of San Lorenzo The I co will pextt I KECEXT DEATHS I i The deepest sympathy Is felt for r and Mrs John S Derry of 952 ic- oUth Sixth street whose Infant son John A died on Sunday afternoon iJ he child had been ill for some time i1 and its death was not unexpected i IIThe t funeral of Jerry Callahan I who died at the home of his daugh ter Mrs Kate Duddy 451 North Tin wyfIfth street on Sunday even ook place from St Michaels church on Tuesday morning Mr t Callahan IrmishMflenicdnMrs Mary Callahan survives IThe funeral of Stephen DeCoursey took place from St Louis Bertrand church on Monday morning Mr j wlnessmember of St Louis Bertrand parish more than forty years and was one of the oldest members iof JdrenVincent and Joseph and Misses Flor JICharles A Baker Sr died at the ome of his daughter Mrs H F G- Inmrich 1008 West Broadway uesday Mr Baker was seventy nine years old and is survived 1by e following children John A Jr Harry Joe Will and Lou Baker Miss Settle Baker and rS H F Emrich The funeral took place from Sacred Heart church on Thursday Mr Baker had been employed as a clerk Iin the auditing epartment of the L and N tOI tty years 11 In Heat prostration was responsiblel for the death of Mrs Jane Bolger which occurred atJerhome2U1Vest Walnut eeton Tuesday j The dee ased was born in k eland Utyflvf years ago but had1 pawed the irreaUr part of her life In ouislle Her husband John oIier and thel following vchlldran tlsMst Katie saille andIf agaTt Bolg r udlamD4 bj John BolgeKI T ie funeral took place ttt from Sacred He irt church on Thur I day moraine 0 I Kj COMING Big Hibernian Picnic Will 13th Held at Plifunlx Hill ParkhCouiity Board And Conf mlttees Working Hard For i Success 0otInculcate Good Fellow slut SOMES The Ancient Order of Hibernians ill have their annual outing c itsHill Park on Thursday July 20 It will be given under the Joint auspices of the four Louisville dlvla Io iinspresent indications It will be liiLOm theHiberniansdiviih eachhasJob havettake care of the gate Division 3t will control the dancing hall andj Division 4 will handle the retreat1 ments The picnic is not to be given for the purpose of making money but to get the Irish people ot Louis vllle together and let them enjojr themselves Unity Friendship and Christian Charity are Hibernian- i watchwords and on July 20 there will be a full exemplification of all1 three IH Is nearly forty years since the Order of Hibernians was ThereIThey are In the sere and yellow leaf now but aro Just as ardent In the ause as they were when young Hannon Martin J Cusick John M Mulloy Thomas Keenan Patrjck Holley Thomas Dolan Patrick T Sullivan Con J Ford Wlll1 lam T Meehan Michael Keaney George 3 Butler D J Coleman James Coleman Patrick Nelligan ohn H Hennessy David Reilly illiam Ansbro M J Walsh Johnl Browne and Harry Brady are some of the pioneers of this great organization aIesofoidtttmeawillbeto14zpfl- oung c y and old Will find amusement dancinglill render music and it will be up date popular airs Interspersed with Irish melodies Besides there ill be candy wheels a country store and other accessories that go to make e modern picnic The County goardeverything possible to make the oc caslon enjoyable for all the people It Is not the Intention to have any speechmaklng Neither will there be any athletic events Each ono ifl enjoy himself according to his wn devices IMJEEJfSE PARADE c One of the features of the AmeriI can Catholic Federation convention t at Columbus Ohio will be the big I arade Sunday August 20 InvlcI c tions have been extended to all the I Catholic societies of Ohio to take part In this iparadp and already re spouses enough have been received tot make It certain that they will I ome In thousands The Knights of St John will turn out not loss than fiOOO of the uniformed rank The first regiment Hibernian Rifles of i Ohio will be in tine and special I trains are being arranged to convey these organizations together with i hundreds of Catholic Foresters3 Ancient Order ot Hibernians Knights 1 of Columbus Catholic Knights of Ohio From present Indications there willbe from 12000 to 20000 en In the parade on the opening ay I YOUNO IEVITES Eleven young men were ordainsitpriests at Maynooth eek and the officiating clergymaLit as the Most Rev Archbishop of Dublin The new priests and their respective home towns are Roy Francis McCaffrey Clogher Rev John Hoey Armaghi I ev Edward McAteer Drosmorec Rev James Keegan Kllmore Rev ohn Dunne Meath Rev John t Harte Meath Rev Patrick Mia Quaid Ologher Revs Francis Mia wan Kllmore Rev Bernard Garvey Clogher Rev Patrick Me Cann Meath and Rev John Higgins Meath FRANKFORT The Fourth ot July homecoming at Frankfort under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus was at S tended by thousands and was an in unqualified lUc eN Gal John Sower was one pf the main factors laI arranging ton the celebration St which will net the Knights some thing over 1500 The people ot Frankfort express the hope that the Knlghtrf will make the hooiecomlnr n nn9laffalr KHNTCUCKY 8TATK PAIKv laevery eeetlpn pf th Kwtueicy L tate yalr the outlook lis IQ r theI tgge AJJJ ie ever foA iJnXeDtA uck1 Jbe people of LouUVtlU a- entucky d 4 are interested ft heluo t jthjjzrIeulLujej t sltion because through it the Interests of the State of every kind are mirrored Nominations in the Com saddlehorserejquestse racing eevnts all indicate that the horse department this year will everheldl where those Interested In the mechanical arts like to linger will I be enlarged In order to meet with the requirements of exhibitors i GOLDEN JUBILEE Trappist Monk Celebrates His Fiftieth Year at Altar Far from tho roar and glare pf the city an old blind Trappist monk Rev Father Henry Zumbusch O C liIarsarythe Abbey of Gethsemane On the ame day Brother Anthony took hthsolemnvows as a member of tho Trappist order and Father John Baptiste Plante made a professloh of his intentions to become a Trappist onksuFather Henry was born in Ger any seventyfour years ago The e received his education and wi ordained in 1861 For thirtec years he labored among the people of his native land and then came America After three years servli as a parish priest at Belleville IllI I Father Henry decided to forsake the world and become a Trappist monk 1He came to Kentucky and entered U 3 I Abbey of Gethsemane There he hi remained and Is beloved by 1 around him For twenty years acc hasbeen blind but he bears his at fllctlon with Christian fortitude I Father Henry Is said to be the I oldest priest in point of service In I Kentucky On the occasion of ti I Jubilee service last Sunday Pope Plus X sent thE following charac I terlstlc letter Wishing our dear Father Henry I Zumbusch every happiness we pray our dear Lord to keep him for many years to come Whilst congratulair Ing him from the heart on this glorious occasion we t send him most cheerfully our apostolic blessing which may 1be given In our name by our belovedI Abbot on the day on which the SOl I emn profession will take place In the I monastery of Gethsemanl Given In Rome this 11th Hay I June 1911 I I JI OBSERVANT jI I Col Alert Scott Saw Many Things of Interest InII EastIII IHon Albert Scott President of theaI State Board of Control Is homeI from a trip through New York andl M ofassachusettilservant as of yore ad saw many things that he talks about In an in te threstingIn Massachusetts he saw trains and traveled In them where a tank of Ice w thaterprovided for each passenger A re cent enactment of the Massachusetts Legislature requires this Another t thing thatCol Scott saw and ap p Thrweddividual towels In hotels Thetowels a elreand feel like cloth When a patron washes his hands or face he tears oft towell nod deposits It in the waste b thslcctEn route home Col Scott stopped dt Troy N Y and at Niagara Fall cC Niagara Falls and runnlngwater did not interest him half as much as Holstein cows Ho has one of his own and has promised calves to c so many friends that tho poor cow will be 1000 years old If she carries out his contracts 10nUI1JJINI Special cable dispatches stntc that t the work of decorating the streets iof Dublin for the visit of the King now P progress was begun last Saturday Venetian poles have been planted ot the OConnell bridge and at various stands along tho route of the proces of alon which will move from Kingston The lllumlnatlons will be on a large scale and Duiblln Castle will be trans rn formed A new carriage entrance Is un being built at the entrance of the new banquet hall and the entire at place Iis to be redecorated Sid t Patricks Hall where Kitchener the Earl of Oranard were nvested with the order of the Knights of Stt Patrick are to be redecoratjil There Pa will be fiftyseven warships and 17 t 000 men In the fleet that wit accom pany the King making the largest naval display ever In Irish waters l BISHOPS BUSY DAY The Right Rev Joseph Chartrand had a bus7 day in New Albany last yeunday ofgHoly Trinity church and at 7 oclock the evening he confirmed 300 at Marys church HBAPJOINTS OLD DIRECTORS IL At the meeting ofe the General Council last Wednuday night Mayor had Head reappointed Jatees B rowlm 11Johno llevills Os COn1P y for one ysi rfench and the iippolntraente Wera w conflrm a by the twobodrd In Jolni Hilon Wr Brown may be elected 011tJaeo- A WAITING Britishers Are Anxious For Asqulth to Strike Final Blow Lansdowne Has Moved Oillclal Amendants to Veto Bill Lords and Members 01 House ot Commons Are at War ELECTION TALK HAS CEASED When will Premier Asquith strike LordsThatipeo Pie of Great Britain and Ireland are as oJ beenggestedto berequest 150enotsmajoritytheI would serveias an object lesson In a manner Cabinetve1 actionIIs ha itsnd1 Liberals predict is questionable It Cabinetsthetoi amenllmentse1 andtthen reject the whole This will give the House of Commons a chancetto Kingorge loheIdi entirelyfferent forTIC theyoSt wConservativehipernraent intended to have another election in which home rule for- elandr would be a leading question The London Spectator which Is the organ of the extreme Conservatives ad an gainincreaseti rulefOn Tuesday night in the House ot Lords Lord Lansdowne leader ot amendIinonls prQVlderort1iC xcluslpir Qf home rule for a Joint sitting in case of disagreement between the two houses and for a referendum to the casesI Cabinet to act quickly and It would not c use surprise it Mr Asquith would Immediately request the appointment thelthe Liberals advise that tho Lords be allowed to go right on to tho end heaping up more proof of eir incurable folly and arrogance Last week panicky rumors of a new genera election were rife but at talk has entirely ceased within the past few days A serious break has occurred be tween the Tory Peers and Tory members of the House of Commons e members of the lower house tear that In the event of a general ection that tho Liberal majority would be largely increased The 1 Lords havlng no constituencies to fear continue to act independent of e advice of the Tory leaders in the lower house MONUMENT TO PAUNELL Preparations are going forward rapidly for the unveiling of tho monument to Parnoll by St Gaudens on OConnell street Dub Hn Ireland opposite the Rotunda August 15 The finishing touches whichItowering monument to OConnell at the opposite end of OConnell street There Is a special appropriateness in the location chosen for the Parnell monument because In the Rotunda close by met the volunteers of 1782 whom one of Parnells ancestors Sir John Parnell who later became Speaker of the Irish House of Com thqionParnells ancestors Thomas Parnell one time lived at 15 Rutland square which Is right beside the monument and at which Parnell himself was frequently the guest ot the late Dr Kenny M P one of rnolls staunchest adherents A movement lIs on loot In Dublin to have the name of Rutland square so caned after tile Duke of Rutland who was Viceroy of Ireland from 1784 to 1787 changed to Darnell square in honor of the dead Irish leader The greatest demonstration of national tooling for probably toUT ars will accentuate the unveiling the monument on August 15 QUICK WORK The meeting of Division tI AO Monday nl ht wagont of the shortest of the year and the biMtof s was all transacted and adjuztt 0 before 9J3Q Onejapfllleattflii hlp wM received and tfc Ictciil part of the n was oc p1ed in heartogf Nigeria and furtherlrir arr Bf meot8 for the ork ot Division I at the coming JBeNbraiion at PtocnlJr Hill The MUttpaJgn for member still goes on d aaeUrs a big Initiation in thn tallu 1 rr c KENTUOKY TfH AT x31 IOAS 1 OTUGKY IRISH flMERIGMriev- eied te the Social BUB Moral A4vaceM fMBt off Irish American and CiAelfti Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Msns Institute and Catholic Knights of America 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorpoited Publlehe SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Bnltrid rt the Loulivllle PoitoHIc at SecondClM Hitttr Address all Comulcdlo1 to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANJI921 West Oren Stt TR0 1- DEScOUNcIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 8 1911l v = WARNING Mayor Head and the city admlnis tratlon seem to fear criticism fro the Louisville Evening Post TheyI everyIthlpgI office The Post Is now trying tc embroil tho city administration and the liquor Interests In a row Mayor Head ought to be wise enough to see this The Post was not squeamish about open saloons on Sunday when Mr Grinstead was Mayor unle Capt Poster the exprison bird objected because the offender was a Democrat The Post also used Capt Julius Luchslnger and the poll automobiles for distributing Its copies In the wee hours of the morningNo nor set of men that are on the square need fear any critlclsir from the Post BEGINNING OF END When one boy torments another to the danger point the affronte one declares Youre breedlnqa scab That Is just what the Brillsh House of Lords Is doing now 0 Wednesday night the Peers by a vote of 253 to 46 passed Lord Lans- downe amendment to the veto bll which provides that no bill affecting the existence of the Crown of Protestant succession or the esta lishing of a National Parliament a body with legislative powers In any portion of the kingdom or which tlin the judgment of a joint committee Q the two houses raises an issue of great gravity shall receive royalj assent until It has been submitted to the referendum War Secretary Haldane again made It clear that theI Government would refuse to accept the amendment The Bishop o t Ripon said he disliked the refere- duet which was advocated by I LorIII Lansdowne but preferred It to veto bill Now see the Lords finish CHURCH IN FRANCE As predicted by most people three months ago when it assumed office II the French Cabinet is a shortlived I one Already It has lost the conflI1 I dence of the Chamber of Deputies t this time it Is not because of its lessening of brutality against some poor religious order the cause as served Is weakness of the War department organization It must I be a strong weakness for the Cabinet at least Is eternally and internally at war j j I In an enlightening article upon this subject the Southern Guardian points out that It Is only a few years ago that high sounding manifestoes were Issued In France by men devoid Of religion whom a popular wave V A unexpectedly heaved Into political1 power concerning the enormous and useless wealth of the Catholic church and her religious orders and the utilitarian purposes to which these millions could be devoted If placed iIn the hands of patriots of France like themselves Church properties were I confiscated by the wholesale and a religious orders dispossessed of the accumulations of one century the same thing happened 100 years ago t+Ferdinand Edmund Duez one of theIe I characteristic patriots of the new France was made Treasurer 0 Juno 21 this honorable gentleman was convicted by a jury of embez zling 11200000 of the proceeds o d Jthe dissolved religious houses an sentenced to twelve years of hard labor Charles Breton a lawyer I and Henry Lefevre a clerk were convicted of aiding and abettin Dtfez and were sentenced to two pears Imprisonment Several other millions Of dollars the fruit of the spoliation of the iI church have gone a glimmering where the woodbine twlnetb The sums received from the sale of churches were In some cases very j I I little but sufficient to allow a transfer of the title to a secular company or the Government Nowl t tifcat aUthls wealth has been dls- ilpaUd J the poor who depended very- much on the clergy and the monks and nuns for pittances to support IIl their famlllei are clamoring fore i 1whl1 ileA teachers to the populace were I ftlheftt t ance and crhplasilty ha aQefrnously e IIti Ir I form of things there wereft + lI but those that have come mlo being j nder the new order are far greater 1 II I y In number and gravity Until th mlllenlum comes abuses In government will occur The influence oif fmj I good that a nation can possess It establishes a correct publli conscience and the sooner that France recognizes that fact thi better for France MIXED MARRIAGES Some people are Just awakening t sethe danger of mixed marriages Th o Catholic church warned Its children years ago The church has tolerate but has never approved the mortis caof Catholics and nonCatholics written agreement upon the part ot the nonCatholic father or mother Is regarded only as a moral obllga Lion It has no binding force In law A recent cline In Missouri holds the agreement Invalid in law and this will no doubt be a precedent for all similar cases In America THE CATHOLIC MOTHER The Catholic wife The Catholic mother What hidden beauty 1 n In- the I words what rhythm what quiet I suggestions of all that is purest and best in woman noblest and fairest 1 n I lnature says the Morning Star We- tt speak of the mother and each heart Instinctively bows in reverence Lta aklbn CatboloIe l I I AhlIwhat words can portray that deep tt- Il mystic train of thought which thi i echoes awaken and which steal1 through the mind softly dreamily like the gentle passage of angels wings 1 I The Catholic wife The Catbol- IJ mother No ordinary woman Is ah Ifwho truly bears these titles no vat i notorietynj r no loud advocate of womans sup posed rights no aggressive com petltorin the ranks and callings of men She Is the queen of home that Is her supreme realm her idea sphere where love Is her throne and the attendant ministers Peace TruthI wife The Catholic mother See how she moves Iher well regulated household he face bearing the imprint of the Madonna her work that of the Industrious Martha her love an devotion that of the faithful Mary I n these busy rushing days when so many women seek outside of the love of husband and home and chit dren the happiness that is only to be found therein she reminds one o some pictured dream of the olden masters snatched from the canvas of the bygone ages of faith an vibrant with the life and truth ot that Impressive era She speaks and whether in the sanctity of th6 borne circle or In the busy throng so soft so gentle Is her tone and yet so commandful ot respect and attention that though others speak loudest you hear her alone I READ AND HEED 1 The Most Rev John J Glennon Archbishop of St Ious has something interesting to say when he talks Here is one of his latest rr The Catholic does not build his school to fight Protestantism The 1no Is opposed to It The Catholic willI never demand from the State oneI a propaganddCatholic doctrine The Catholic ex Sects that for secular teaching theI State if It pay for any should pay a11g The Post wants to reduce th membership of the Republican CityI and County Committee and likens l the present body to a Sapp organlza tion Charles Sapp never undertook to make people believe that i Sundayischool I At the last moment Senator Bradley decided to return to Ken J tucky and attend the Republican State convention This action on till part will give the gathering some P91UCal1explOilon l 1 Granting an equal division of election officers after an appeal to I the Republican ptate Central ifotn I mittw would Indicate that there v J mart oe same bppo8HJon to Judge I ORear I1t Tfcejre ari rewttJ timIU Iwo n liver 4tfii tfcfjr jutiti to be i I llttl Wit that way Clit ri1 1 1 Every public official should ob the law by enforcing it The citizen is the public officer w tails to enforce the laws SOCIETY I Sundayt to spend two weeks at French Lick Springs I IMrs Roy Neighbors who has bee n seriously 111 had almost entirely reo covered iMIsses Rachael and Ruth OBrya n visited Mrs Henry Whelan at Bardsl I town last week IIMiss i Mamie Gottbrath will go Saelbyvllle next week to vilstlf orLinda Barringer ton aslDiesI Elizabeth Waters of has returned from a visato her mother In Frankfort- e Miss Lizzie Broderick of Portland will spend her vacation vlsltf 1 friends in Cincinnati I I1IrsI Maggie Murphy of PortlandI has gone to Nebraska to spend ia month with relatives I IMiss i Gertrude Gordon of Indian nosAMiss Pauline Burns of Lexingtoni has been spending the week with her cousin Miss Idele McCloy In Cliftoni W E Brlnkerhoff and wife were among the visitors from Louisvllli registered this week at West Bade n Springs I IMrs William G Larkln and son William of South Louisville a home from a visit to relatives ait Colesburg Miss Flora Dugan who has been visiting her sister Mrs W T Ro ershas returned to her home Bardstown Mrs Joseph Grimes has returned from ElIzabethtown where she spent month with her parents Mr an Mrs James Payne Mrs George W Kremer and chi dren left last week for Butte Mont to spend the summer with her sister TwohyBMrs John Malone and family of the Highlands have gone to MlchJf gan to spend the summer in the cottage at Bay View ICMrs Mary Leonard Mrs ilia Constantine and Mrs Raymond Stan ton of Jeffersonvllle were visitors tc Indianapolis last week Miss Babe HuttI left Saturday spend the Fourth at Harrodsburg and from there she will go to ChiI cago to spend a month lRaymond Duble a well known young man of Jeffersonylle ha gone to Oklahoma to represent a Louisville manufacturing company Dht Clifford and were- r among those from this city regis tered last week in Now York City YorkdentertainedI1 Follansbee Algy Dalngerfleld an John McDonaldII Mrs S JDaly 4709 Second street announces the engagement off her daughter Miss Lillian Shine toi Guy E Creagh the wedding to take place in A gustIitElmer Jasquemln who has been here to spend the Fourth with his Louisville friends will return today to Birmingham Ala where he holds a good position I It has been announced that Miss Rose Suzanne Rapp and Thomas s Yann are to be married In the rectory of St Boniface church next Wednesday evening I1Iro HighlauParka several weeks visit to her daughter I Mrs Chris Schaefer cif Spring Hill Farm Chapeze IyII Mr and lira Walter A Glover left Saturday for New York pn from there sailed for Europe to join thelr daughters who are finishing their musical education in ParisII IMr and Mrs Frank Belviy of New Albany have announced the engage ment of their daughter Miss Corlnne Belviy and Edward Zipp The date for the wedding has not been set Roy Wilson and bride who wasI Miss Belle Forrester have returnedI from their wedding trip to the Blue teo their friends at 420 North Twentieth street i Miss Nellie Kenney of 120 Frank avenue has returned from a six whichashe visited Chicago Burlington Yel lowstone Park and other places of Interest j Mrs John McAteer loft last week to spend a fortnight at Battle Creek Mich with her daughter Mrs James Wintersmlth of Ada Okla and little grandson James Winter smith Jr bra John Breunlg lave lllrand their bjldaMouf anti have begun housekeeping ai804- Bast Washington street Mrs Breunlg was Miss Julia Relihan ands it sister of Daniel and bitched Relihan William IjakrJ a prominent Inul poPUlar iJOWf business lOn ot emphU isi here for t twp weeXI Wt s ucla Mr I- Kr Wbltty of the Biff Btbre Mr J 1 IIIIinKmphl11 S LlJ A PiUSho Celebrated Independence Day By Sending His Felicitations to America Successor of Prince of Pence Ias I Pniisot For Ideas New AVorld l Jt Commend thea Intention To Cense War andCgndemmy + Hostility SENDS PEOPLE HIS BLESSING Pope Plus X celebrated lade worthyn5of the successor of St Peter and Prince of Peace To Monsignor Kalconlo the Apostolic Delegate at Washington he sent the following messageTo our venerable brother DIomedes titular archbishop of- ks Larissa apostolic delgate to the United States of America Venerable brother health and apostolic benediction We are happy to learn from you that In the United States at America under the leader ship of men enjoying the highest authority with the people the more judicious members of the community are fervently desirous of maintaining- the advantages of International peace To compose differences to restrain the outbreak of hostilities tore prevent the dangers of war to re move even the anxltles of socalled arnled peace Is indeed most praise worthy and any effort in ithls Muse even although It may not Imrae yuratibut redound to the credit of Its authors and be of benefit to the State This ft especially true at the present odportends wars must be a source of fear even to the most powerful rulers 1IWherefore we most heartily com mand the work already begun which should be approved by all good men and especially by us holding as we do the supreme pontificate of the isfofIrPeace and we most gladly lend the weight of our authority io those who benerylllcentI 0same I possesIt0age leadlagcordance with the laws of Justice and observedas willSiiafnlyI i establlshcdtheIforceI I everywhere given to those virtues which are the principles of order and IfoulndatlonI aspects of to mind the example of so ninny of our illustrious predecessors who when the condition Indservice andIsince the present age allows us to aid In this prayerstoearnestlypray wmsthato are furthering peace amongst the peoples and may grant to the nations laboringdlsasterlbelngaverted peaceAs and mostlovinglyBrother the Apostolic benediction II 1CONVENTIONS 1 folowingj m ColuIalj convention Catholic Order of Ford fortfirstTotal Abstinence Union 811 Scran theAmericancieties 2024 at Columbus Ohio PROPOSED DUAL j JUnILEEI 1 I It Is proposed that the anniversary of the erection of the diocese of Bellevue Ill In 1887 and the twen tyffth annlverarsy of the consecra flea of Its Bishop Monsignor Jans sen be combined and celebrated a I a dual sliver Jubilee and be commemorated by the publication of an Illustrated history of that dioceseII I RELIGIOUS POPULATION Dr Zollor director of the Statisti cal department of Stuttgart I estimates the population of the globet I at 1500QOO000 Of these he sets down as Christians 534940000 Mohammedans are said to number 175296000 and the Jews 10860000 In Asia them are said to be 300000000 disciples of Confucius The followers of Brahma are given at 240000000 and there are 121000000 Buddhists I PRIESTS AND BALL PLAYERS theasthedral a brothers officteodat the Mime altar when the Itev ycasey of Preeoott wiaY celebrated hte first mass Mted by she Rev Selanua Caaayj qf Yonkpr K Y and the t R y Bdwart Oaver lft Superior The C parent cOf the hreo priests aree kill j living They had nllelli09i sad atone time a baseball elm was made ap oEiheentire n1etaeytj u l Annual Picnic e Reunt I UNDER AUSPICES OF Ancient Order I Hibernian I Phoenix Hill Park Thursday Aug 20 1911 CENTSIoIoIoIq Xxxx ooxx 01 X J xx tlc Itt THEx J1 I KENTUCKYI Iii IRISH AMERICANii ix rybH Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwestr1C t tkrtyy ONE DOLLAR PER YEARxx j 5 j- 4p t tt x 4 If You Want All the News and Particulars of Happenings in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper o1 rY AA ft tytl SXlll DEEPLY DEPLORED Death of Newton G Roger- Is Cause For Sorrow Members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Catholic Knights were given a shock on when they learned Of the death Attorney Newton G Rogers M Rogers had suffered a general brda down a month ago and went t Chicago for rest and While there he grew worse and hie family was notified Two son James D and Newton G Rogers Jr Itwere at his bedside when he passed away on Tuesday afternoon Mr Rogers was born at Hudson N Y on January 17 1848 but came to Louisville with his paren when quite a youth Mr Roger- woe twice married His first wit e was illss Celine Del Veccbio and the second and surviving wife was Mis Fanny Locke Nine children aurvty- him e They are James D Rogers Newton G Rogers of Chicago Mrs George E Ewers of Azuza Cal Nathan and Winchester Rogers and l I Misses Clara Louise Ophelia Am and Flora Rogers The remains were brought toe Louisville on Wednesday and the MaryDlagdalensdeceased had been quite prominen- in the Ancient Order of HiberniansI and Knights of Columbus and at one time was President of Central Com mittee of the Catholic Knights of America In any cause he undertoo- kt worked earnestly and faithfully His wife and children have lost a faithful consort and father INUNS VISIT HOME Stators Agnlta Callista and Thomaslna O SD spent the week at Holy Rosary Academy and will leave for St Catherines Academy Washington county this morning The ttireo nuns have been teaching in Boston Sister Agnlta was known in the world as Miss Isabella Kav anaglj Sister Callista was Miss Cassio Kavanagh and Sister Thomasfna was Miss Julia Gilmarlin They were all born and raised In St Louis Bertrand parlshJJ SUMMER IN EUROPE Judge Matthew ODoherty and Mrs i O Doherty will leave next week to Oitend two months traveling In Europe They will Visit the principal cities nt1Je continent and spend week iln Ireland before returning t PROMOTION v I i It John Keefe a popular emitove ort l i m Pa- hoY ai eOCJdposijoJi In the QftfceollreI dent Milton1 H Smith HIJl 4Ionof friend xre much gratified when hey learned of bla promotion + c t o of I A PRIEST FOREVER I IItI was a rainy night The occa onlysserved to reveal the density of the darkness without Streams of water rushed along the curbing of the I paved streets which were deserted except that now and then a monster touring car storm proof would swish nolsly by Within the parish Theof inkunusualnnlversary and a few of his flock ventured out In the evening when the sky showed signs of clearing to be present at the annual reception which he held for them and to offer- a word of commendation and cheer to help him bear the trying duties of his pastorate In the parlor th e piano responded to a gentle touch greetedthehad observed the hum of voices and the ripples of laughter that accom panted the music would bo Inclined to think that the young folks gath ered there appreciated the players efforts less for her art than for the protection the music offered to their conversation pstalrs in the priests study a group of men sat smoking and discussing the various things of Interest that the occasion suggested to their minds And what a wealth oZ thoughts a lighted cigar and cheer priesthading amused by the stories told by one of their number whose Irish humor made him a welcome guest at every amusesment the wit was Induced to tell again his latest and best yarn In spired by the special request he reeled It off in his matchless way and laughedthemselves reostoldejj Out in tho hall the telephone rang againesponded The laughter had subsided j and all could hear the priests part IllyverylI cravanetteandsaid You will excuse me for a l IIAllI ofttheIwindow the lightning flashes split ting the Inky darkness revealed the condition of the weather A priest butkthoughts too deep or utterance made silence heavenly WILL VISIT IRELAND Mr and Mrs James Thompson and sons Frank and James Thompson and Mrs Thompsons niece Miss Mary Yandell Pox will sail July 22 tram New York for a two months trip through Ireland Air Thompson has two brothers In the ministry at Belfast PRESIDENT IS COMING Gov and Mrs Wlllson have re tunned to Kentucky after a pleasant visit to Washington While in the National Capital Mrs Wlllson secured from President Taft a promise to1 come to Kentucky to attend the celebration of the Lincoln farm In October A GOOD SUGGESTION The Sacred Heart Review makes youngICathollemenofeducaUori they ought to do something to offset the dangers of SocIallBifl could do t 1lngbetierthan join a conference YThey f prpklMn of poverty ts JworklpK member of a opnferi net that ithey d ajt not gel from boobJItl 0 nf1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 ill alghtCarrlaie 1225 W MARKET ST MONUMENTWe Barre Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us a c- allMULDOOI I Monument Compa 813 W Green St Louisvllh j ICFOR HOME 1 Ask for Coupon Book a 5 per cent on your ice bill tromI is i for all occasions and n any quan tity Both Phones 297 ii i AMERICANIce INCORPORATED- N E 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EMBALMER Ing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us ROBERT G MBRIDE With J W Beilsteln CO FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Columbia Building Fourth and Main a BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty SEASONABLE RICESI JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HERRMANN BROS JK1OTBJtS n FIRE WINES AND LIQUOR y tDdW I Dee1 ton tet ElMst BrMds of Xn o tricky Whiskies Mpc9ally 4 arl of NelsOn 9OTTLBD IN BOND eM INS It4 8IXTK ITIIIir o PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyimprovedequipment throughout Societies and managementf FONTAINE FERRY High Class Family Amusement Resort FREE CONCERTS Every Afternoon and Evening by Sing nano s Coneert Band- XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Two Shows Daily 3 p m 830 p m SPECIAL FREE FEATURES Admission to Park Afternoons Jreej after 6 p m lOc Children accompa nied by parents free at all times HINTS ON STYLE Black patent leather shoes with white tops are worn with tailored suits One piece dresses and suits of cream colored eerge are seen everywhere On small hats particularly Tettes are triumphant among the trimmings of the moment lAs a decorative agent In trimming a tailored suit there Is nothing so effective as black and white silk Doeskin is n fine gnade of chamois washes beautifully and wears much better than the ordinary chamois gloves There seems no end to the fashion for eyel embroidery and It Is used more on voile and marquisette than on muslin i Round collars on finest batiste are exquisitely hand embroidered and Iim some Instances finished with a tiny ruffle of Valenciennes Thick cords of satin linen silk or cotton are used to form braided de signs on the bottom of skirts on collars and cuffs and even on the brims of large fabric hats andlowcrown with or without a brim Is one of the picturesque things oC the hour and with the head Blzea trifle smaller than It has been forBorne time back there Is a definite improve leant A FATAL IIABIT One of the most fatal habits which anyone can contract Itr that of look Iincat alrthlnp from a ludicrous point of view He who never re Jaxew Into sportiveness is a t learl+ somel companion But beware of him 10 lasts at everything SUCk men it iwrtie by some ludicrous Mtioeia to t ipresntedtheirtiemtelven Incapable of ant emotion softenrL mthef bring upon I beunc an influence more withering thin the bloats of the desertI y y i 4 fl BISHOPS I Ot Irish Birth Are Chosen I For TjVlrtely Different Sees Father Gnnii Succeeds Late Bishop Ilcslin at- Katchez Hector Doherty Goes to Far Off Zninboaiingti In the Philippines POPE CONFIRMS APPOINTMENTS I Pope Plus X ratified the decision of the Consistorial Congregation In the appointment of the Very Rev John E flunn S SI ID D of Atlanta Ga as Bishop of Natchez Miss IFhther iGunn has been ap pointed to succeed the Right Rev Bishop Thomas Meslln who died on February 212 Father Gunn has been pastor of the Sacred Heart church In Atlanta for eleven years During that time he has made himself popular with all classes and has made many friends among non 3athollcs Hta has cleared the Sacred Heart church from debt and has put the Marlst College an offspring of the church In the front ranks of preparatory Echpols In the South When the news of his appointment reached this country Father Gunn was In Washington On July 12 he will sail for Europe After a brief visit to Rome he will take a trip to his old home In Ireland and will return to be consecrated In the early fallThe diocese of Natchez comprises the entire State of Mississippi and embraces a territory of 46340 square miles It was established on July 29 1837 Its first Bishop was Right Rav John J Chance who died In 1853 He was succeeded by Right Rev J O Von De Velde who was transferred from Chicago on July 29 1853 Two years later ho died and was succeeded iby Most Rev William Henry Elder who later became Arch bishop of Cincinnati Next came Bishop Francis Jannesns who In 11888 was appointed Archbishop ofI New Orleans The latest Bishop was Right Rev Thomas Heslin who was consecrated In June 1889 and died last February The diocese of Natchez has thirty nine secular priests and seven of religious orders It has thirtythree churches anti fortytwo missions with churches There are Ii50 nuns of various orders In the diocese It has thirtytwo parochlol schools and provides two orphan asylums The Catholic population of the diocese is 27355 approvedthellIppolntment Doherty rector of the Irish College at Salamanca Spain as Bishop ofIamboanga Philippine Islands I diocese comprises the Island of iMlndanoa and the Sulu Islands LAWN FETE The people pf St Columbas parishof which Rev John DI Kalaher is the popular pastor are arranging for a lawn fete euchre and supper on Tuesday and Wednesdays I August 1 and 2 It will take place on the church lawn at Thirty I fifth and Market The proceeds will oe for the benefit of the church which was recently moved to its present location l CATHOLIC KNIGHTS I The regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee Catholic I Knights of America will be held next Friday night at St Marys Halll Eighth street President McCarthy will present several questions for dis cussion and the Entertainment Com mittee will submit its report and suggestions for the fall outing All delegates are urged to be present HOPKINS THEATER the Hopkins Theater manage ment will present several extremely attractive vaudeville features next week which Include some never seen here before With electric fans the andIfindthe heat The moving pictures are also very interesting and Instructive rAOJONS SUNSET The advance sale of tickets assures the success of the sunset ex I steamerIOlub on Saturday evening July 29 A fine vaudeville bill Is being arranged and In addition there will be dancing ana music by Tuelles orchestra ATTENDS GENERAL CHAPTER Brother James President of St Xaviers College accompanied by Brother Michael of the faculty left last week for Bruges Belgium to I attend the General Chapter of the Xavlerlan congregation They will AugustIBrother James will visit Ireland be fore returning RETREATS The retreats for the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth will be conducted this fear by the Jesuit father the first beginning Monday and the second on July 26 NATIONAL 11HRRATION The National CoowUori ot the Amarioan Uaratlon of CtothoUe Bo ckltIWiij be held at olumbue ohld August to to Ir z1nj the gatheringaof editors of Otthollc pvperi In tint city D t lit J r SACRED EUTYII O Death thqu darkveiled prfestess IWithII And close the starry wonders of his eyes In frozen beauty like a flower belies His hand is cold hls silver lyre unstrung Whereon Aeolian zephyrs oft had flung- Acaciascented music to the night Like strains Immortal from the realms of light The rose has fled from his pale lips and wan Hushed is the voice sweet as the night birds song And on his face a glory falls profuse A glory such as dying suns diffuse In pure ablution weeping Nature shed Her dews of liquid sorrow for the dead The sylvan forests sighed upon the breeze And wild west winds walled oer the coral seas Thelotusblooms that opened at the dawn From rose und snowy censers waft their balm To him who in a dewy slumber lies As silent as a stargleam from the skies Day knelt andaUber sunbeams dropped their gold And softened shadows bowed the wood and wold j The mountain temples melt their crystal snows For him whose heart was purer than the rose And Night took off her coronal of stars And flung a mourning veil across their bars Of silver light and mourned as did the Day A sacred beauty vanishing away In love and reverence lot an angel bends And to his loveliness her radiance lends His soul Is surpllced in immortal light young and beautiful It winged lAnd Its flight O soul transcendent whither hast thou gone Back to the burning fountain where the dawn Eternal breaks and where His love dothplerce- Infinity and light the universe Julia C King KNIGHTS OF COMIBDSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where At the last meeting of the coun cil at Rochester Minn 1000 was Voted toward the fund for the erection of a parochial school In that cityThe outing to Detroit Mich occa sioned by the annual meeting of the National Council of the order the first week of August promises to bp well attended State Deputy J C Rogers and his aids made a great hit when they conferred the third degree at Indian apolis The Kentuckians were there with the goods- Christopher OConnor at the ban quet in Indianapolis following the last Initiation told pf the progress and growth of the order which started in 1899 with one council ot thirtyseven members but now num bers fortyseven councils and more than 7500 members The Denver County Board has sent to Senator Simon Guggenheim reso lutlons expostulating against the proposed arbitration treaty betwee the United States and Great Britain The Hibernians assort that the treaty will further British Interests only and be of no benefit to this country LAST GAME With Indianapolis Today Our Columbus Jonahs Here Next Jimmy Burkes Hoosier warriors will finish their series with Louts ville this afternoon both teams making a hurried getaway after the game the locals being away for a stay of three days returning home to finish their last of the present home series with Columbus on next I Wednesday and it is expected that Louisville will break their hoodoo with the Senators not having won a game from them this season Although a little disappointed at the result of the St Paul series which was caused by miserable fielding and light hitting most of the fans realize that Louisville was due for a slump after the long spell of fast work which had brourhl them from last to third place and was no exception from the others Minnea polls Columbus and Kansas City falling badly for the last threi weeks he prime cause of Louisvilles slump seems to have been caused by the accident to Eddie Lennox who has been a tower of strength with his hitting and fielding all season and I It Is earnestly hoped by the local nextWednesday barpoi Fisher in left field has weakened the thrOWlngJandI tIIncdltortI Whoa cashing white drew skirts themedrippingofUtrpretltl7hrhlkttlC4Mtheiklrt eren ength 7 1 t ROSCOMON One of the Most Fertile Plains In the Dear Old Lund Watered by Many Klv rrs and PlcturcsqueLokshAll Seasons r Noted Ruins ot Ancient Days Bear Witness to Old Grandeur TAKES NAME FROM A SAINT The County Roscfimmon in Ireland takes its name from the town of the same name and because it was in the place where the city of Roscom mon now stands that St Coman founded a monastery In the eighth century The place was named for him Ros Camoln in Gaelic In English Comans Wood The counts is bounded on the north by Sllgo and Leltftni on the west by Galway on the south by Kings county and on the east by Longford and West CMeath The greatest length of the county is fiftynine miles and the breadth thirtythree and onehalf miles The area Is 949 square mile and the population Is approxi mately 132000 As a rule the coun ty is level but there are several hills In the north thet rise to a height of 1300 or 1000 feet Along the banks of the Suck and the Shannon thero Is much bog and marshy land The plains around Tulsk and between Boyle and Elphtn are re garded as the richest grazing grounds In IrelandThe Shannon and Its ex pansions form the whole of the eastern boundary from Lough Allen In the north to Shannon Bridge In the South and into the Shannon the whole county with some trifling exceptions is drained The county is bountifully irrigated and drained There are a score or more lakes with more or less picturesque scenery In the county Roscommon is the assize town It teas a population of about 2000 and a fjne old abbey founded in the thin teenth century IbyFeUx OConnor the son of Cahal of the Red Hand The abbey still contains the tomb of the founder The town also contains the ruins of a Norman castle built during the Invasion of Henry II Boyle iElphin Castlereaugh and Athlone are thriving but small towns That part of Roscommon that verges on Lough Alleni belongs to the Connaught coal district but the mines have never been systematically worked or developed Roscommon Is the old home of the Macpermott chiefs but part of the county originally belonged to Gal way At Rathcroaghan midway be tween Tulsk and Bollangare are the ruins of Croghan the ancient palace of the Kings of Connaught It was erected by Ohy IPeleach King of Ire land In the first century of the Christian era for his daughter Malve Queen of Connaugh It is almost as celebrated in Irish romatic literature as the palace of Emonla The remains of the palace consist of a fort now called Rathoroghan con taining a cove In which are some remarkable Inscribed stones this rath or fort being surrounded by a num ber of others forming quite a town of rathsAnother noted nuirt Is the Abbey of Boyle It was built by OConnor King of Connaught In 1257 Its remains at the present day are noble end Imposing It was destroyed during the Elizabethan wars with the northern chieftains Tyrone and Tyrconnell Within its aisles were Interred many noted Bishops and Chiefs Nearby In the cemetery of Kilronah Is the grave of OCarolan the last of the 11me of ancient Irish bards FOURTH IN ROME Monsignor Kennedy Rector of the American College Rome gave a din ner to the members of the faculty and students on July 4 More than 200 priests and prelates who were not Americans were among the guests at dinner BISHOP AIDS LABOR Bishop Schrembs of Grand Rap Ids Mich was one of the leaders in endeavoring to settle a labor dispute in Grand Rapids The Bishop would establish a ninehour day and urges an Increase for workers receiving less than 2 a day ADDING NEW MEMBERS The report of the Supreme officers of the Catholic Knights of America show that 133 certificates for new members were issued during the month of June President Gaudln announces that the booster ca- mpnlgnbas boon continued to October 31 3LVDE pOOr SHOWING The society of the Holy Spirit an organization of Catholic men founded In New Orleans in 1882 has Just issued Its twentyninth annual re pont During the fiscal year ending June Sfy the society received from all sources 1971 This money has been expended for maw honorariums tracts and establishing schools In poor parishes SODA FOR VEGETABLES A pinch otsoda put In grew vegetables while they are boiling stringbeanej eP8tJt8 Ix more generous quantity performs a miracle for cabbage cauMtar It to etefc Hi afcbui ImK the rnul time land keeping it ufresh and tram as when ltcame trots the garden il- S FRANKre FEHR BREWINGS JNOORPORArBDi Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OURr SPECIAL BREW 7 Is Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it 1 elephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED 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to take land with you on your trip whether a days outing or a trip abroad We will gladly give further particulars 321 West Jefferson Louisville IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANDPACTORbD BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantLouIsvilleGEHER SON9 215 WEST MARKET STREET 8BU TUB CBIBBRATRD 0 HNORTH STAR REFRIGERATORRR- The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr Bred desirable In a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estlmatloa of the liabUc DR J T CHAWK Vtttriary Inflrmtry and B sllllII Forge SUEKTiFiC AND PRACTICAL MORSE WEm JLHrrerettN lath r ssr jEAND PORa7 ENTH STItl 11 0 f HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladles Auxiliary of Milford N H decorates the graves of It deceased members annually- A pleasant event at St Paul last week was the reception tenderedI Division C by tho Ladles Auxiliary Indianapolis Hibernians did them selves and the order credit in the Fourth of July observance In the Hoosier capital Medals and honors donated by the Ancient Order for study of Irish his tory were awarded in many parochial Schools throughout New Hampshire The Louisville celebration at Phoenix H111 on July 20 promises to be the largest gathering ever hold bore under Hibernian auspices The Fourth of July celebration of tho Dayton Hibernians at McCab- ePark brought out tho largest crow that ever attended any bf their af fairsToday at Crystal Beach the Irish American Athletic Association comprising the united divisions o Buffalo Is holding its third annual field day Next Sunday a week July 16 tin quarterly meeting of the local Hibernian divisions will be held County President Coleman is how planning the arrangements There should be an earnest rivalry between the divisions selling tickets for the approaching celebration atI Phoenix Mill Many are wondering which one will carry off the honor The division at Rochester Minn donated 1000 for the new St Johns parochial school in the city and the Ladles Auxiliary contributedI 500 The building will cos 40000San Francisco Hibernians had a monster celebration at Schuetzen Park near San Rafael on July 4 Rev Father Crowley was one of the most active members of the arrange mints committee- At the Elks fair at Logansport Ind the Ladles Auxiliary only a month old won the 50 prlzo fur the society receiving the largest number of votes as the most popular society and was second for the 25 prize for the society having tin greatest attendance Hearty congratulations aro being received fromI all over the State At a solemn exemplification of the degree work in Pawtucket ft I the Ladles Auxiliary was honored b the presence of Rev J C Tennlan pastor of St Marys Rev E F Carrigan pastor of St Edwards Rev H Boury pastor of St Basils church Central Falls Right Rev Monsignor Fayad of Scranton Pa and Right Rev Anthony Aneed ot Palestine Holy Land Other guests who were on the platform were Senator Thomas F McKenna of Cumberland and the State and county officers SMOKER POSTPONED Because of the excessive heat and the absence of many members to cele brats the Glorious Fourth the smoker that WillS to have taken place Monday night after the meeting of Maokln Council was postponed till cooler weather Only necessary routine business was transacted and one application received Tho Choral Club committee reported the pro gramme for the sunset excursion and so pleased were the members that supportThisthe two events of Interest now uppermost in Y M I circles PIONIO WAS O K JOBannonsJ 5 the picnic on Mr Klemenzs place at Silver Lake Park was quite a sue gees Quite a number of non Cath ollcs vied with the Catholics In the days work To all Rev Father William floes is duly grateful Frank Schmitt of St Matthews was award ed the sow and litter of pigs George Wleglett of St Matthews got the silver set Tho funds go to the Catholic church at Pewee Valley FONTAINE FERRY PART Big crowds continue to be the rule at Fontaine Ferry Next week this popular resort wlll have an exceptionally good drawing card in a vaudeville bill which will Include Fred Hallen and Mollle Fuller the well known farceurs presenting A Lesson at 11 P m Maurice Burk hardt a clever singing comedian Sebestlan Merrill Company amusing and sensational cyclists Charles and Annie Olacker in their famous I water Juggling novelty and JarvIs and Harris The Jolly Jester and the Smiling Girl There will also be some splendid band features OFFICERS ONLY PRESENT I Tuesday being the Fourth of July there was no meeting of Division 1CA O H that evening only Ue cers being present President Will a lam Murphy and Treasurer Thomas Lawler were on hand to IQok utter the Interests of any member whohmight be reported sick but they nothing to do Secretary Farrell has mailed the membets their tickets for the annual celebration and it 1s expected they will all be disposed of within the next few days YOIJTIT DROWNED Joseph Scheni seventeeh years old and a student at St Xavlers Col- legel was drowned in the Ohio river at thee taut of Twentysixth street on Wednesday The body was reCovered by the life savers He Is survived by his mother Mrs Helen Schene lwho condueU a grocery at Twentyfifth and Ohifflt avenue a brother J Hwryi and tooI erIIKtletini Mary Scliwie oj dTHQLTd FBDBIRTIONloloS lfaiaitRloev otL tolWI Bo- efUMs ltouwnl1e 1rl1l 1D tll1ttU- nlcbtetThursday the bOll Woman Club bulldlnc on Wlnttt SOCIETY DIRECTORYY AO XX DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Fir and Third Tuesday MurphysPresidentAnthony Tompkins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Set geaatatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Moots First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohn Jr KeangyTreasurerJanos Welsh NallydDIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays IlneleeSlh and Portland President D J Coleman 1Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Secretary Thomas StevensFlnanclal SecretaryJ Q HcsI stunTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames StevensI Seatlnel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John Jr Barry SecretaryThomast J TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghan Sentlnol M to McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresldentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy MeIOrally Financial Secretary John Hogan TreasurerB A Coil OarYSentinel Thomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y lI x MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretarYROsborncC- orresponding SecretarYII Ker berg Treasurer W A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart ItJ1I1E r GDamlansvlUe fromEpileptic dayOurrecommendePastorJ she took and after that would not ge monthUponei thoAntleplleptlohas had no attack since Mrs C O Jones San Antonio Tex wrltesForI1fteen whentook d heartIest FREE JI I A Valuablo Book on Her I SamplebottleI dents also get the medicine pares P1 f8d by the BEV FATHER KOSXIO 01 Sort Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago lit lOa Lake Street told by Druggist at SI per Bottle 6 tones Large 3lzo S175 8 Bottle for SO street and the session will be of more than ordinary interest One of the matters that wilt be discussed will be the action of iGov Wlllson In the ap ointment of a member of the Statejj Library Commission WILL ASSIST FATHER MAJOR Right Rev Bishop Maes has as signed ROV henry JB SchulteiretGently ordained to be assistant to Thomas Major pastor of the hurch of the Good Shepherd at I Frankfort Father Major hasbeen zealous and hard working priest and his many friends are rejoiced c he will be relieved of some of is arduous inhere j FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours Adoration will I begin tomorrow morning In the beautiful Chapel of the Immaculate Conception at the Ursullne Convent 806 East Chestnut streak and con elude on Tuesday Many of the local clergy will sestet at the services which are among thee squat beautifulI and Impressive of the Catholic church LOW WESTERN TRIP Edward J Boiler the well known Main street leather merchant ac eompanled by hie wife and daughter MlfAMargtrrt will leave today ta at RilU t national convention of ather wen that meets next week at t Paul Mink After the convention 1 f will Journey lo Minneapolis and return1rf i n I J- ofi tLtLI tr IRELAND Record of the Most Important the Recent Events Culled ItFrom Exchanges SampsonGahirTwo Irish acres of land half mile from Thurles were sold for 1200 theIAldermanshlplnvacant by the resignation of R P Keeloy Very serious Injury has been don to the potato crop In the low lyln districts round Banagher by the r recent frost The Earl of Erne has been de feated by John Collum the Liberal candidate for the chair of the Fermanagh County Council CoaghCounty juries in a cycling accident whqn returning home from Magherafelt At the annual meeting of tho Mul1 llngar Board of Guardians Jame- Donoghue was elected Chairman an F Mullaly was appointed Vice Chair manThe trim Rural Council has unanimously passed a resolution recommending Dr Cecil Corby for the Commission of the Peace for County Meath The death has occurred at Rathfrl1 lamd County Down of Mrs Martha Mark who was widow of the late James Mark Ballyroney She had reached ter 101st year Two young men named 31art1- Gallagher and Charles W1111a- mnatives of Corclough West near Belmullet were recently drowned off Eagle Island while engaged In hand line fishing At the JMercy Convent Castletowm bere the profession took place of Miss Mary Jane Murphy daughter of the late D Murphy West End Catle townbere She took in religion th mine of Sister Mary Flnbar Joseph While bathing in the River Barrow at Camplle seven miles from New Ross a postman Peter Kavanagh ot beyond his depth and was drowed Deceased was a very popular official and had beon the sole support of his widowed mother iA branch of the Irish Industrial Association for Derry was recently formed at a representative meeting In St Columbias Hall The Mayor of Derry presided and highly com mended the movement which he said should have been started In Derry years ago A rural ipostman named Jolla Creighton attached to Knockaraven Postoffice Beltubet while going to St Huberts dropped dread at iDrumbomina Bridge about to parches from the office The deceased was about fifty years old and leaves a wife and family While a man named David Mnhony was engaged In undermining an em bankment tni the Klskeam district near Kanturk the ground above sud denly gave way end about five tons of earth fell upon him He wa rescued Ui a very serious condition and died soon afterwards A man named Scollan has been ar rested tear Llsnaskea on a charge of having murdered Owen Nolan a old age pensioner Both men live together and It Is alleged that Scollan suddenly attacked Nolan and boa him on the head with a stick The old man died a short time later Scollan before arrest tried to commit suicide LADIES OUTING The Ladles Auxiliary A O H will hold an outing at Fontaine Ferry Park on Mopday August 7 Tho admission tickets will be only ten cents and the usual attragtlon- t will be largely augmented for the occasion All active Hibernians Will assist the ladles In making the occasion a pleasurevllle and success ful one NORFOLKIJ Alton Kolb Sr was summoned to Norfolk Va on Tuesday on ac count of the illness of his brother John W Kolb Mr Kolb barely ar rived In Norfolk beforq his brothe- died rt The deceased was a prominen- lawyer at Frederick Md and was regarded as a high authority in rail road law He was fortyseven years old His sister tars W T Murray of Norfolk and a brother J Alton Kolb survive him BOOKLETS FROM IRELAND We are In receipt of a dozen booklets of the Irish Messenger series which are all very timely and well worthy of liberal distribution at missions and elsewhere They include brochures on The Decree No Temere Temperance Catechism Dally Mass Frequent and Daily Communion Miniature Meditations The Devotion of the First Fridays Owen Roe ONeill The Holy Hour The Pioneer Penny Reader etc The price of each hook is five cents and they jam be ordered through the Roger Book Company or the International Catho lie Truth Society 467 Borgia street Brooklyn N Y- MOTION PICTURES I i The Orpheum and Casino moving picture houses are much sought these days as tho cool spots for rest and pleasure Both houses hate been presenting exceedingly iflno plc I tures this weekrattdd those announced for next are of the same high class character The latest il lustrated songs will be rendered and will please the audiences PLOT FOR ELKS The Right Rev Mathew Harkins Bishop of th diocese of Providence has It it understood donated a burial plot In St Anns cemetery for men hers of Providence Lodge Benevo lest and Protective rderdt Elks who diel there and who biro no amD provlelouforbarlttli C u II II NMN44N ObNNiNNAe ofFor Your Furniture Wan i i WANT YOUR TRADE pricesathe lowest andmy terms the best GREENeStreete 4 WE WANT YOUR WORK Promptlydand in FirstClass Style PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Invitationsaa Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICA T126ICIeNN4NOOe 1lNONNN AWNINQS AND TElj A large stock of tents on hand for sale J We do more and bstter work than any nj Orders by mail promptly attend to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent ant Awnii I BOTH PHONES 2427 o N THll i v Va 10 VVv 7 MnPru Mgr VlciPns Trcas S FPu Baanon Sewer Pip Salt 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