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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fI J 7 r ft i KENTUCKY RSH AMERICAN I I VOLUME XXVllNO 2 LOUISVILLE SATU AY JULY 151911 PRICE FIVE CENTS IRIS PICNIC Under Joint Auspices of Count Board and Hibernian Divisions Committees Will WAko Report at the Quarterly Meeting Tomorrow County Officers Pleased With Interest Show by the Members GRAND GATHERING PROMISED The County Board A1 O H met at Rertrand Hall on Friday night oi last week and heard reports from the different committees arranging details of the picnic to be held Thurs day July 20 at Phoenix Hill Park The board also made arrangements for the general quarterly meeting of all the divisions at Bertrand Hall at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon A full attendance of all the divisions is desired The last quarterly meet- Ing was one of the best Hibernian gatherings ever held In Louisville and unless all signs fall tomorrows gathering will be even greater County President D J Coleman has arranged a series of short talks by leading members and the meeting will be full of Interest to all Hiber nians The committees arranging for tho picnic will make their final reports Division 1 will have charge of the cafe Division 2 the dancing hall Division 3 the gate and Division 4 the refreshments The leading general committees from the County Board are made up as followsPress Advertising Joseph IL Farrell John J Keaney John G Hesslon and John J Barry MusicWilliam Murphy John Hellon D J Dougherty and T J LanganPresident Coleman told how he and John Hesslon had visited sev eral divisions recently and urged all delegates to the County Board to visit the different divisions In turn Every member of the County Board was enthusiastic over the pic nic and all believe it will be a big success It will be a gathering of old friends and new acquaintances The YOl1tftllJe1tQ JlEgw U ProfPDennls Collins orchestra ren ders Irish melodies and the latest I popular dance music The picnic has been thoroughly advertised and the various city offi cials all the Judges and city and county officeholders haye accepted invitations to attend The Press and Publicity Committee will also Invite the Aldermen and Councilmen and the candidates for State offices from both the Democratic and Republican partiesWhile the Hibernians want to have an Irish gathering they also want their friends of other nationalities to enjoy the day with them EARTHS INSIDE A few years ago scientists wpuld I have sniffed at the Idea that It would be possible to predict the oc currence of earthquakes with any reasonable show pf assurance At that time the scientific theory was that these shocks were caused by great disturbances within the Inter ior of the earth due perhaps to the Inrush of sea vater through some crevice of the ocean bed Into the molten rock In the earths Inner core seething and boiling beneath the surface crust But science now has data enough to support the co- n4flctton that the occurrence of earthquakes comes when the earth comes within the sphere of attraction of planetary bodies such as the moon and Jupiter as recently when the earthquakes In Mexico In Asia and possibly In other parts of the world occurred This does not necessarily conflict with the idea of the existence of a great ball of molten mineral below the surface of the continents and the beds of the oceans for It Is possible to Imagine that this great molten sea Is subject to Ideas as they may be called and that the accumulation of a high tide of this enormous mass might easily exert pressure enough on the crust to cause some Incidental rearrangeI mont of the surface strata Science has not yet succeeded In tracing this flood tide of thE Inland sea closely enough to predict Just where the rthqua ke may occur but tJS pos 1 1ea at least to estimate on what the most powerful planetary LpulI may be expected GRACIOUS GIFT Among the preents received by President Taft and Mrs raft on the twenCyflfth anniversary of their marrltse was a exquisite crucifix that was presented with a letter of tellclta MOBS wand good wishes by a- Jetiit priest FlJtRMAN PEAT Tho funeral of Thomas Qlyntt forner ih mber rtbJt rfOnvn1 tWi dIP tment took place iromSt- AuiitE n i church IIn thit CIh1 oft K ndRy111IIitg ITE Ih4 onJt cr457tnd the tolling W the Jsfferionville fire bUI u ifc i blepasllng Mr Olyntf irai born In England of Jrlhpar nti fiftyfour years cone had lived 1 hillffer yy sonvllle since early boyhood and was popular with all who knew him H 1 Is siryived by his wife two sons and three daughters They are John and Patrick Glynn and Misses Margaret Mary and Florence Giynn A brother Thomas Glynn resides In Jeffersonvllle and his venerable mother and two married sisters live 1a Louisville DEATH J i Ends Suffering of Monsignor D J flynn In Maryland The historic seminary of Mount St Marys Emmltsburg Md has sus tamed a great loss in the death of Monsignor Dennis Joseph Flynn who had been its President for a number of years Father Flynn died at tho seminary on Friday afternoon of last week He had suffered from Brlghts disease for eighteen months and his death was not unexpected Consignor Flynn was born In Louisville In 1856 His parents were pious Irish Catholics and their son early evinced a desire to enter Upon a religious life His early education was received at St Johns parochial school Later he entered the Xaverlan Brotherhood and for a number of years taught at tho old St Xaviers Institute as Brother Dennis Many of the leading business men In Louisville were instruct ed by him He lloft the Brothers to study for the priesthood and was ordained in 1883 His first charge was at St Marys church Wilming ton Del where he was assistant priest Later he was made pastor of 3t Patricks church Wimington In 1889 he was made a member of the faculty of Mount St Marys College and later was made its Pres- Ident Last October ho was raised to the dignity of Monsignor by Pope Plus X at the request of Cardinal Gibbons The funeral took place on Tuesday when Cardinal Gibbons cele brated mass in the seminary chapel Father Flynn visited Louisville upon numerous occasions since his ordination celebrating mass and preaching at the Sacred Heart hurch Seventeenth and Broadway In all the churches Sunday prayers for the repose of his soul followed the death announcement PASS101STS Will Elect Provincial and Other Officers In September A1u t A chapter of all the Passion 1st Superiors of the Western Province vlll be held at Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road on September 8JI Those to be elected are the Provincial his two Consultors the Master ot Novices and Superiors of He Passlonlst retreats at Chicago Cincinnati St Lpuls Louisville and St Paul Kas These elections are held every hree years and tills Is the second Ime Louisville has been thus honored There are more than 200 nembers of the order eligible to election since any priest who has been ai member of the order ten years cane chosen to one of these offices The resent Provincial his two Consult ors and the Superiors of the Western irovince will attend Also the General of the order who Is located In tome will send a special representa lire Superiors are eligible to reelec ion for one term and the friends here of the Rev Father Daniel Mc mire C P hope he will be elected to serve three years more The novItiate of the Western province Is located In Louisville at Sacred Heart Retreat HIGHER DUTIES Have Been Put Upon Tried and True Mother SuperIorS Mother Aloysius well and favorably known in Louisville has been lected Provinciall of eleven houses 9f the Sisters of the Good Shepherd n the United States For thirtytwo ears Mother Aloysius was Superior 01 the Ctfnvont of the GoQd Shepherd at Twentythird and Bank streets Onty six weeks ago she was transferred to the convent at Eighth and Madison streets- MotherAloyshrS has gone to Car hago Ohlotoassumilher new duties The convents overwhlch she trll preside are two in Louisville wo In Cincinnati one In Carthage one In Newport and one each In De rolt Columbus Cleveland and Toledo ONLY ONE REGRET The Rev Father Charles F hrlstmasj OP Jeft Louisvlle last unday for New York where he Is stationed at St Vincent Ferrers con jvent Father ChrlstmBB was one of the assistant priests at St Louis Blertrand church for several years nd while here was Chaplain of DI vilaloh 4t A 0V H Hli great regret n leaving LoujBvllle this time was hat he couldn9t wait for Uie big Ilbernhin picnic next week HNJOYING HIMSELFI d W111ethe1 IIrk Wiree urnlture auterlt dneioQhIeago to att nd the furniture manufacture rs expoaltlon Before he return il 1I e VIII Uke in Othrputs of Iliter 8t In th North ndWot 1JI Si 5 SLATE I Written By Judge Edward C ORea and Adopted By the I Republicans Jo Will tlie Gubernatorial Candidat Stand or Jump on the Platform The Ticket Looks Easy to Democrat und Appears Made to Order GOV WILLSON GETS A SNUB The Republican State convention was held In Louisville this week and a full set of men were named as candidates for the various offices Judge ORear heads the list as nom- Inee f Governor Messrs Franks and Cox having withdrawn when they saw that their combined strength would not defeat the Mt Sterling man The nomination of Judge ORear might have been a Joy to him but It was not without Its disappointment The committee on resolutions after Indorsing President Tart for reelection and recom mending Senator William O Bradley for the Republican nomination for Vice President made this the second plank in the platform We approve and Indorse the Republican administration of the af fairs of the State and we approve and indorse all means employed by that administration for the preserva tion of law and order and favor the passage of such additional laws as may be necessary for that purpose In 1895 the Democrats of Ken tucky In convention assembled at Louisville adopted a gold standard platform and nominated Gen P Wat Hardln as their candidate for Gov ernor and expected him to stand on It Instead he Jumped pn It Will Judge ORear who rebuked GOY Willson for calling out the militia to stop nightriding and midnight as easlnatlon Indorse this platform or will he repudiate It There seems to have been a Joker on the committee on resolutions who put a Democratic plank In the platform The plank roads We favor the adoption of an amend men tldt tho9FederalCbnstItu1 tlon providing for the election of United States Senators by the direct vote of the people Is that not excellent Democratic doctrine Gov Wlllson was snubbed all around His own district refused to send him as a delegate to the State convention so he went to Lex ington Instead of coming to Louis IgnoredhispresentStatepersonal friends were given places on the ticke- tJudgeORear dominated the con vention and named his running mates He declined to heal sore places by accepting Mayor E S Hel burn of Mlddlesboro or Robert W Slack of Owensboro as candidate ror Lieutenant Governor Mr Slack stands high with all classes in the Second Congressional district and Mr Helburn Is a tower of strength to the Republicans In the Eleventh district Will they take their medicine and work for Mr ORear and his 23platrormf None can expect Gov Willson to tear his shirt for the ORear ticket neither Is anything In the way of extraordinary effort expected from Senator W 0 Bradley The Senator Is holding office Is satisfied with his Jpb and is satisfied with the indorse meat for Vice President on the na tional ticket in 1912 But IIB he satisfied with the attitude of the Louisville Evening Post ORears leading organ which has never failed to take a dig at Senator W O Bradley To sum up the situation It would appear that the Republican tlcket was made to order by thoh Democrats and for the express purpose of de feat The ticket Is such that none but narrowminded men can support it It stands to reason that it will have the unqualified support of the Louisville EVenttg PostsIt there Is a strong manfll the ticket it is Herman F MoWbe of Louisville the nominee for State Treasurer NEARING COMPLETION The new annex to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is nearing com plettonfmd competent critics declare it will make the hospital one of the finest In BO United States It is five stories in eight and will contain 100 rooms when completed From the top floors balconieR secondIthe that are to be They will be used as sun parlors Latera new chapel will be erected for the Sisters HOLY CROSS PETE Tickets are now circulation for the lawntete andsupper to beglnn bythl BOW Crow Dad1 Paying So cletr ron the church lawn Thirty pweond and Bro djvaY on Monday and Tueeday Augund 8 Ad r ntSupwUtlie1 to adults for tintyflye cent and to- ohIldrnfOsI fifteen centi T e epmr- bobtttmJt l if lr hive ailybaadomdonatlon J i I Tom Wellington Mrs Khlnder and their cOWorker In charge of the dining room wllf have plenty of good things to eat onShand All are Invite wlllIDEFENSE Of Irlshjn Ireland Ii OfJi 1up bT e I Editor J The Irish Standard ot Mlnneapoll comes to the frojit with a defense of the Irish Catholics In Ireland Very truthfully It say At present itjs part of the political game of the opponents of horn rule to slander and libel the Cath ollcs of Ireland It is astonishing that they have the audacity to accus the Irish Catholics of Intolerance considering the cruelty to which the majority of the people of Ireland have been subjected by persecutlni and avarlcfous Protestants But the politician who Ila unscrupulous says the Liverpool Tmes will stoop tithe lowest methods of vilification and he does not hesitate to describe as a criminal thci unfortunate vlcchi of the penal laws In all the organ of the antihome rulers attacks upot the Irish Catholics made not because the assailants believe that the charges are true but simply for the purpose of arousing prejudice against the Governments Irish policy are the order of the day A correspondent of the West Herts and Watford Observer like many othei writers on the Same side accuses men in Tlpperary and Tuam and Bundoran of having persecuted Prot estants in the past They did noth ing of the kind Everybody is aware that in 1898 and at other times there were In Ir land outreaks in resentment of oppression In desper ation the suffere s with weapons in their hands took the field against the representatives of Injustice and tyranny and blp d was freely shed To call these up sIngs acts dictated by religious bigotry is to falsify history MINNEAPOLIS New Cathedral Will Have LarKesj Nave In World 3 Tho first gathering of people to assemble wlthln the walls of the new proCathedral of Minneapolis filled all the available space In the 1 rtictu Th il ftW s 111IOktfd by the presence of Archbishop Ire land Gov Eberhart Bishop Lawler Senator Pauly and other men of prominence in religious and civic IJfe In the Twin Cities The principal address was delivered by Archb9hop Ireland He referred to the Pro Cathedral as the pride of Minne apolis and In reviewing its growth lauded the zpdll and energies of the people of thcItywho made Its erection possible Vit is hesaid with full assur ance that all will be in readiness that I announce now the first holy mass will be celebrated In this temple on Christmas of1912 And when It Is occupIed all the rich ceremonial of the old church will mark the event 1 congratulate the citizens of Minne apolis on the progress they have made Here we have a church edifice with the largest nave In the world outstripping St Peters at Rome by two feet The main floor Is 82x135 feet and will seat 2000 people while on 9pecal occasions there will be space for 2500 Let the blessings rest upon d people who have so far carried out this large project ARCHBISHOP REMEMBERED The priests of the archdiocese of St Paul Minn have presented Archbishop Ireland with an automobile asa token of their esteem and In honor of the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination There will be no public celebration of his golden Jubilee POPE LIKES PRESIDENT Advices from Rome last Sunday say oh the occasion of a private audi ence which he gave to James Hamil ton Lewis ot Chicago and Mrs OB Douglas of Georgia the Pope spqke of American affairs and asked particularly regarding President Tafts health He said he rememr bqred the kindly manners of Mr Taft when he was In Rome in connection with Philippine affairs RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Miss Mary Gavin who died at the family resldesce 2527 West Man street on Monday morning took placefroui St Cecilias church on Wednesday morning and wasllargely attended The deceased was thirtyfive years old and was esteemed by all Who knew her James IL Wright died at the home of his brotherinlaw 1019 South Seventh street Monday morning and his funeral took place from St Louis Bertrand e urchon Wednesday morning The deeded was thirty seven years old and 1la survived by his wlf who W IMle Cordelia Pener Mrs Thwdore DJeraen fortynine years old tiled at the family res idence H Goes nueioa Tuesday- rnorring IPrlin tehermavniage she- wsaMtss Mary C ujiUn The fu sjririd tookpW6f froJII St DUaabeth ohurfcS on Thursday jnornlnK and WM attended fey ty tot wournlnic frland I o USELESS To Fight Longer the Tor Peers Are Now Ready to Give Up LH Ssiiiin1t-o l Save Them From De struction Royal Party Visits Ireland am Receive a Hospitable Greeting SINN FEIHERS ENTER PROTEST The latest advices from London doteatthe camfromwill not make necessary the creation of 600 new Peers All the Tory news papers have thrown up tho sponge even those who were a week ago de clarlng that the Lords would die IIn the last ditch The London Spectator the leading Tory weekly has turned b3theTory dally Both urge the Insanity of pushing Premier Asquith to the creation of 500 new Peers It Is said that Premier Asquith would have been willing to accept one amendment proposed by the ToriesIt merely provided that the carryturtherLords without another election The amendmeht was not regarded harm ful by the Liberals but It is hardly possible that It will be tacked on the bill now The passage of the veto bill will leave the Lords without powerAs a matter of fact the Govern ment proposes to compromise noth ing while the Peers are reduced to take anything offered They recog nize that their plight will be worse than It would be under the veto bill It they provoke the swamping of the House of Lords with 500 Radical Peers who would reform thqt House on radical lines Political observers agree that never again can the tide of an antiIrish home rule spirit be whipped up as It was twenty and thirty years ago and that the home rule struggle will end In a compro mise aslllusoryonthpartofaathe Peers as that reached on the constitutional question now Kjng George Queen Mary the Prince of Wales and Princess Mary visltcA in Jfelland tart ot this week landing iU DubUit on Sattjrday There was rtp demonstration on the part of the Irish Nationalists but eveVy wl ere the royal party was treated with respect The city was gay with green flags and in many instances the Stars and Stripes were draped beside Erins banner On arrlva at Kingstown harbor the royal party was received and welcomed to Ireland by Augustine Birrell Chief Secretary for Ireland Accompanied by naval attaches the cortege proceeded to Dublin Castle Where the King and Queen were re ceived by the Earl of Aberdeen Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and the Countess of Aberdeen- In Kingstown the Irish National ists had displayed a scroll bearing the Inscription Welcome Wo Want Home Rule The most Important dally papers In Dublin urged a gen srous hospitable welcome to the royal family tin Sunday the King and Queen visited historic Maynooth College where they were heartily received by Cardinal Logue Archbishop Walsh and the Earl of Aberdeen King George and Queen Mary gave a State Jlnnsr at Dublin dastle on Monday The royal plate had been brought over from London for the occasion While tho King and Queen were receiving hearty welcomes from some Bf the people the Sinn Felners took i special train to Bodenstown where they held a mass meeting at the grave of Wolfe Tone and protested against the visit to Ireland of the English King While In Dublin King George knighted Thomas Manly Deane the distinguished architect and designer jf the Royal Irish College of Sclence YOUNG LIFE CLOSET Daniel B Nllnwelf and favorably known In the East End and In Main itreet business circles died at the anally residence 1026 Washington stre ton Wednesday morning He had been 111 nine weeks and suffered rom a complication of ailments The deceased was twentyfour years old and was a graduate of St Johns aroctiiall school For several years past ho held a responsible position with the brokerage firm of John L Junlap Company and was highly iegarded by all who knew him He s survived by his mother twp sis ers and a brother The funeral took lace from St Johns church yester lay morning WISCONSIN EXPERIMENT Advloet from Wisconsin say that rev McGovern has signed a blll authorizing the State to engage In Uie ai 1ul4J and life Insurance butt less after next yeaK The buslneM IS to b carried ronuadertheman igementVpf the SUte Iniurahe Com nlsoloner NdJstqbe pndueied on hi Mine lines M a mutual iMuriinee orporationa iMatFanexlJne not E 1 i I LL A to exceed 2 per 1000 Insurance Premiums are to be calculated according to the American mortality table Annuntles are to range from polIciesDAYS OUTING Under Auspices of Colum fofa Athletic Club WasV xEnjoyed The Columbia Athletic Club held a most enjoyable outing at Spring Bank Park last Sunday It was cia of the most enjoyable affairs of tM kind ever given by this popular or ganization The members of th club are Catholic men banded to gether for mutual moral social and physical Improvement and they en Joyed a day of rare sport The coml mlttee In charge had everything ar ranged in first class style In the forenoon while the cooks were preparing dinner two bal teams were organized among thf members Ben Beckman was captain of the Germans while William Lar kin acted in like capacity for the Irish The game proved a tie al though each side claims to have made the greater number of scores August Mueller pitched a greal game for the Germans and made foui home runs After four innings some body rang the dinner bell and all scampered off the field to feed thinner man A bountiful supply of good things had been provided and none was allowed to go hungry or thirsty After dinner a mock trial was held to try Ollle Harprlng on the charge of wilfully destroying club property by breaking a broom Ben Beckman was the judge Ben Speaker prose outing attorney William Larkin at torney for tho defense Six young rendered a verdict of acqultal Harprlng acknowledged that he had broken an old broom but proved that he had It replaced with a new one The Jury of young ladies rendered a verdist of acquital Next came races for boys girls fat and thin men married and single men married and single ladles A sack race provided great amusement as did the lemon race Lochners band furnished the music for the dancers in which all took part Everybody remained until the stars began to shine In the West and then started home tired but happy and loud in praise of the entertainment afforded by the Columbia Athletic Club GOOD CROWDS 111 11 I j Are Attending Division 4 AOsff and Pleasing Officers Division 4 A 0 H held a splen didly attended meeting on Monday night Threatening weather had no terrors for the members and President John H Hennessy and other officers complimented them for their splendid showing at all the recent meetings Baker Masterson made application for membership and Will- Iam Burke was obligated President Hennessy named the following new Finance Committee Thomas Callahan L J Meaney and John Collins He also appointed Stephen J McElllott to succeed the late Newton G Rogers as a delegate to the Catholic Federation Thomas Lynch D J Rellly and John J Barry were appointed to draft appropriate resolutions on Mr Rogers death Much Interest in the coming picnic was shown and Division 4 members pledged themselves to help in every way In boosting the affair All were requested to be present at the general quarterly meeting tomorrow afternoonDuring the evening Division 4 gave Its hearty indorsement to the Irish vaudeville act recently presented at the Gayety Theater In this city by Frank and Kate Carlton Mr and Mrs Carlton will be duly notified of Division 4s approval of their sketch MACKIN Poorly Attended Meeting But Businesses Kept Moving The attendance at Mackln Coun cils meeting on Monday night was unusually small but the business Qf the evening was full pf Interest President Samuel L Robertson occupied the chair Five members were reported on the sick list The committee named some time ago for the purpofeo reported that Its work on revising the bylaws had been completed No changes were made on aither dues or benefits Very gratifying reports were made by the committee In charge of the sunset excursion for the Social Club and by Joseph Hancock who Is ar janglng the trip to Niagara Falls next month f BEWARE Tins ONE The Cathpllq Church Extension oelety at the reqijest of a Right RpVerend Bishop stbepubllc gainst a woman who calls herself a Isier and is collecting In this coun try for an orphanage in Alaska The refectApoitplic of Klaika says she- g an exrellgioUs and has 110 author ttty whatsoever to collect ShlhIL Iready gone through a number of lioceise land liall r641v conMder ble money Archbliihopi Btthpp flektir and laymenar warnedtt ft C M L UNVEILING Statue of Stewart Parncll Will Soon Be Set Up in City oi Dublin IrlslirAinerkn ihjcuTIpfi or Died While in Zenith oTlfis Powers Had Irish Wit ai4 Love For ythe Land ot Ills Boyhood Days MAJESTIC IIN ITS CONCEPTION I Within a few months the statue of Parnell will be Unveiled In Dublin It will stand at the head of OConnell bytheGaudens who died about two years ago Although SalntGaudens won tame in the United States and France he was born in Dublin Ire land in 1848 His father was a Frenchman and his mothers nairfe was Mary McGulness His father and grandfather were plasterers and young SalntGaudena early learned to model In clay and plaster When he was qlte small famine swept the land and young Salnt bYhisbut soon removed to New York where young Augustus attended school and grew to manhood He attended mass and Sundayschool at the old St Patricks Cathedral In bis memoirs he tells us that his rather Bernard SalntGaudens attended Irish festivals and gatherings and spoke In the Gaelic tongue The tlrst prayer he learned was the Hall Mary His great statues ot Lincoln brought him Into prominence and he later was called upon to design many statues of Americas Illustrious men and to design decorations for public buildings in Boston Washington and New YorkSThe Parnell statue is probably the last work of Its kind certainly the last big Important work on which the triumphant sculptor was engaged It Is a pathetic circumstance that while the work was in progress he was hovering on the illness which brpughtihimvto the grave at a com P3r llvely elrlfWd wI1 8trn it the zenith of his powers and ac ompllshments His son Homer alntQaudens says his father undertook the statue of Parnell with zest because he declared he felt In- his element with this nationality though on second thought he added hat Parnell was only as Irish as limself which was half The sculptor went to the very greatest trouble over the likeness to arnell There was a great lack of material because Farad had not sat ften and the portraits secured of him had little value from the sculptors standpoint The tow privileged persons who have seen the Parnoll statue declare It to be majestic In conception ThQ style Is one to which Dublin has not been accustomed but even to eyes familiar with the exquisite graces of Foleys works this superb speclment of the road vigorous realistic school will make Irresistible appeal IyRISlLTPAxTpL Miss Marie Louise Drlsklll of Jshervllle and Edward J PaxtonSof Paducah were united In mar lage at St Brlglds church on Monday evening at 5 oclock the Rev rather Herman W Jansen 6fflcia ng W F Paxton and Miss Sadie axton father and stster respectively of the groom lrand Mrs R D IcMIllen And Mr and Mrs Frank iL Fisher came from Paducah to it end the ceremony The bride Is the daughter of Mtand Mrs John D rl8kUl of Flshorvllle and Is u young lady of many charms The room Is Vice President of the Sun ublishlng Company of Paducah ST WILLIAMS FETE There will be a lawn teto and uchre for the 15nent of St Wlll ams church On the churctv grounds hlrteontb and Oak streets on Tues day and Wednesday July 25 and 26 lesldes the euchre there will beg variety of amusements and an ex cell nt supper will fc vfved TJCkc ets are being Eplddt fifteen cents which will entitle a thei holder to upper Ice cream or euchre The bject Is to reduce the church debt toy Father L B Ford and his coni rogation are Working hard fpr sue esa iii this proksV d y v 4 S IEtTWITS BnOTIIEnS Among thet young priests ordained ecentJy at the Catholic University Vashlngton D P were the Rey ostsph Sulllvan and the Rev Daniel n ulllyah They are twins They are he only eons of Mr and Impap- Slullivan of New Orleans GRAND JIULBR 8ULMVAX The Beneyolsrit and Jr tCt1v Order lot Elks k ld Jits B tIoial ontlon at Attoiltle iCttrAuu wee a d on TeeedayJolin Prlek Sull- ijn ot yyf iwi wa elected rand Sx itedl Ruler It W Quite an 1oopr to ooiui tpan Trl hAn erlcan ad ajiojri tCt the Elkare not- hots1j1 I 1 5 4 n LurTh U M t r n 144 Jri KE TUOKY I I8a l KNTUGKY IRISH fiMEKIGflH I fovefai te the Social end Metal AdvanceiaeHient el Irish Araerkaas and Catholics I Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Pullahr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 BnUrcd it tlte Loalavlllo PoitoMIc ci S coodCU flatter Afrreii all CoBBHBlcitlou to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreea St TRADES UtJNlmBeEl COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 15 1911 I LKXD YOUR AID Help your Catholic paper by send l- t ing In news from your parish In this way you can be of great benefit and the effort will cost you very little Anything you send in the way of news will be appreciated SOMEBODY TO 1JLAMK The whole town mourns the deplorable tragedy of last Sunday afternoon when two lives were lost and ten others were seriously injured is in an automobile accident Mourning will do little good but the tragedy should be a lesson and a lasting one to reckless automobile driving and to the authorities to permit it Time and again the Kentucky Irish American has called attention to this custom that has grown almost into a rule with chauffeurs Broadway between 5 and 10 ocl ek In the evening is absolutely dangerous to pedestrians crossing the street ThirdI avenue and several other thoroughfares are almost equally dangerous Some of the worst offenders are the chauffeurs of the police automobiles and their superiors either can not or will not force them to drive at a reasonable speed For the dead there Is mourning They were certainly martyrs to a cause of humanity safe and saneI autolng For the Injured there isI sympathy Somebody Is to blameI and the blame should be fixed uponI the guilty THE REAL ISSUE An effort is being made In certain quarters to have Third street closedII to heavy traffic from Broadway to1 Iroquois Park Presumably this effort has the backing of the city administration judging from theI lt quoted remarks of M W Nell al member of the Board of Public Works Those behind the movement do not openly clajm that heyiWant to makThird street a race court i for automobiles but It looks very much that Tray- Advocates of the project claimI that It would relieve Third street of noise and that money would be saved taxpayers by reducing wear and tear on the street This IisI =w jilt foolish I Everybody can not live on r Third street and be relieved of the noise of heavy wagons The wagons must travel somewhere and they wilt wear out First street Second street or any other street In time Let the promoters come out boldly and say We want Third street for an automobile race course 1 T OPPOSED TO RECALL Hon James A OGorman the junior Senator from New York has pronounced views on the much mooted question of recall It makes little difference whether one agrees with him or not his argument IsIII worthy of consideration The Senator says In part- I am unalterably opposed to the recall of Judges Under such a system It Is difficult to conceive of a lawyer of ability and character being willing to accept a judgeship The new election is practically an im peachment trial not conducted in an orderly manner before a judicial body where the rights of the official I r t maybe safeguarded If is a trial before the people who will pass upon a Judges conduct perhaps ina I cape where he may have rendered a suet but uripopularih3clslon A more intolerayl o jiu3t fai system can not be Jjnalsined It is subversive of every principle of a1 government of laws If a Judges ruling should become unpopular his continuance ac a Judge may be submitted to an election for recall In which the reason for his recall is to be stated lntwoh ndr dWords and his defense ls tojfciet equally brief LMjnjng Industry and a sense of stJrfgreat attributes of the dclal office but the greatest qu llUiillna Judge are courage independence and jCtiirleMheM These qualities would be destroyed under such a system AJudleon the bench under this new dispensation before Basing on iiirterita night It a WMk men rtrt EonMder what decision was likely to allay tMrtLtlir 1 CODt 0j INFORMERS WAIT Ortie McMcmlgiti t who confessed that he had used dynaaafte to blOw- UP buildings and bridges sad destroy human life and wk41 It IsellefM km implicated Jon and his Ye mtri hitherto reputable labor i x + men refuses to retract Even 1 hisI wife does not believe her husband Is telling the truth When sho begged him to retract and exculpate the McNamaras his answer was I cannot I They would hang me That is the old and Infamous cry of tho wretched and untruthful informer OUR ENGLISH AMBASSADOR The London Telegraph has flung this verbal bouquet at Ambassador Reid It is a plain fact that to Mr Reid more than to any living man is due the splendid brilliant boast that the word foreigner continues to haveI no meaning whatever as applied between his countrymen and ourselves I Nay more we doubt whether there was a more sincere man In all the congregation that met Yesterday I I I Ito return thanks for the successful consecration of our new Sovereign It Is to be hoped that our next Ambassador to the Court of StI James will be more readily I distinguished as an American than as- a Britisher EXQUISITE EDITION- In all probability the handsomest special edition of any Catholic paper that has ever found its way to our exchange table Iis the diocesan historical number of the Catholic Sun of Syracuse N Y Including the covers there are 124 pages of inter esting historical matter concerning the diocese of Syracuse and a complete history of every parish It It well edited handsomely Illustrated I and is a marvel of the typographical art Tile Kentucky Irish AmericanI extends congratulations to the Cath IOUC Sun on Its enterprise and on the beauty of its diocesan number I LESSON ix ECONOMICS That new and economical institu tion known as the Board of Education + has madeiJa + contract for aadi oirkJj alteration of the jan High J School at rcpst of This does not provide icr a heating and ventilating plant The original estimate was 107000 but the economical board decided to raise it 32000 It ought to be called a buypartisan board It buys at very high figures I AVORTHY AMBITION The dally papers declare that the United States Senate is the goal of Congressman A 0 tSanleys ambition and It is a worthy one Congressman Stanley is doing great work for Kentucky and the nation When the time comes Kentucky Democrats will see that he is duly rewarded THANKS We return thanks to the editors of IIthe Irish Standard of MinneapolisI for this kindly mention The Kentucky Irish American has completed Its twelfth year and takes an optimistic view of the yearsI to come It promises to hold fast to the truth and to be ruthless In offending the guilty in the future s- In the past We extend greetings to the welcome little visitor on this occasion and hope that it may continue to wax in power and afluenceiI ALWAYS KE THOnoUGH Nature appears to admonish mankind to do everything thoroughly Perfection to the finish Is a motto which every youth should adopt The flower that blooms in the mountain dell where no human eye will ever behold It is finished with the same perfection and exact ness of form and outline as though made for royalty I Judge ORear says he will not resign from the Appellate bench until after the ele Uonandln theme breath declares he will net sit with the other Judges between now and November He will draw his ftlary Just the same because he be tier a bird in the hand Is worth two In the bush Tie Louisville Times protested last Saturday netheJIr t I Regiment Kentucky State Militia Ufa not properly treated at Camp 0reliafter 600QOQ haft been spent n bulldiag an Armory for these MiWiwr boys Now honastlywhat hkii the Pint Re men t tt4lque fori uinille 1 GoT Wilton pardoned Caleb I lI n rryfll Powers who was convicted of con spiracy la the murder of Gov Ooebel Powers turned down Gov Wlllson and lila friends at the late Republican convention The Governor can now rise and sing that good oldl hymn Thats Gratitude- I People are wondering why theI apparent strength of Hon Ruby Lafoon who aspired to be the Demo cratic candidate for State Auditor slumped the day before the election It is alleged that Mr Lafoon hadl promised to give a deputyshlp to Daniel E OSulllvan The Republican platform calls I for better schools but Judge ORear I says the children of Kentucky are too constantly needed in the fields I to attend school Somebody said he would jumpon the platform The Republican State conventionI Indorsed the State administration andI then proceeded to turn down presentl State officers Even the valiant andI faithful Capt Ed Farley got the snub direct Police Chief Lindseys automobile chauffeurs should set agood example I by traveling at moderate speed Only In case of riot Is excessive speedI necessary and riots are rare InI Louisville Young woman if your steady company sneers at your religionI throw him overboard at once The young man who is not good to his mother will never be good to a wife It is the toller who creates the wealth He is entitled to his sha- rABLEI AMATEURS Will Take Part In Macklns Sunset Excursion Vaudeville Mackin Councils Social Club will1 give one of its enjoyable sunset ex cursions on the steamer Columbia on the evening of July 29 The ho will leave the foot of First stree at 630 oclock sharp There will be music vaudeville sketches and dan ing The committee In charge reports everything ready and the af fair promises to be one of the coo enjoyable events ever attempted by the Social Club Prof Tuells band will furnish the music for dancing Mss Abble Chester who was the leading lady IIn The Campus will render several1 solos Miss Lanha Long who has also distinguished herself In per formances given by Mackln Council will also render vocal selections mss Bertha Cohn and Aulyn Kanston will present a new and or- Iginal vaudeville sketch From Mr Kanstons past productions some thing clever Is expected Miss J Kraft will also furnish entertainment Two other numbers will appear on the programme but the names of these acts will not be made known at present i SAD TIDINGS Col Albert Scott President of the State Board of Control receivedI word on Thursday morning that his sister Mrs Carrie M Starr had died at her home in Wllberham Mass I on Wednesday morning The funerali1 took place on Thursday afternoon Mrs Starr had been suffering fromI paralysis for three years and her death was sot unexpected Col Scott returned from a visit to her two weeks ago She Is survived by tier husband Herbert Starr a daughter Miss Nellie Starr who hadI been her constant attendant for two years and one son Henry Starr ofr Albany N Y TRINITY ELECTS DELEGATES Trinity Council held a very largeI meeting Monday night and the prin cipal business of the evening was theI election cf delegates and alternates I for the Grand Council which convenes In August at Carrollton ThereI and they re were several close races sulted In the election of C Edward Miller James B Kelly and Joseph M Bell as delegates and R C Eyl Thomas Murphy and Henry Dries as alternates In addition to the above a good deal of routine business of an Interesting character was disposed of RETURNS FROM WEST Andrew Connell who has been holding a responsible position with an insurance company In Omaha for several years has returned to New Albany his old home and will take a position with a Louisville Insurance company Mrs Connell returned to New Albany two months ago and hRS since been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Frank ShradtSr LADY DRUGGISTS MEET I The regular monthly business meeting of Louisville Chapter of the Womens Organization of the National Association of Retail Druggists was held at Fontaine Ferry Park and was followed by a social session The next meeting of the organiza U nwU1 be held at the Seelbach but the date has not been fixed KlXGS MESSAGE Upon leaving Ireland for Wales onII W sdnesday King George lleft this message for the Irish people lean not leave Ireland without at once I giving expression to the feeling of lot and affection Inspired by the wonderful reception which the pee 1 ple of Dublin gave the Queen an1myself Our best wishes will eVM be for increased prosperity for your i ancient capital and contentment hkpUlaega i tt olU people b 1 I r it Jfl r SOCIETY z 1 Miss Anna Moran Is visiting friends Buffalo John Fontana will spend next week visiting friends In DetroitI Mrs Thomas Judge Is the guest of her mother Mrs John F OBrien lMrs J A Leary of Oakdale Is visiting her mother at Tyronza A- Miss Estelle Welch has been visiting at Stlthton the guest of W T Welch Mr and Mrs Alex Schulten 1 I left Thursday for a visit to Boston New York and Atlantic City Miss Magdallne and Wllholmlna Lepping are spending two weeks with relatives in LexingtonI Miss Mary A McGinn and Miss Donaghue spent several days this week at Nazareth Academy Miss Adelaide Crush has gone to Indianapolis to be the guest of Miss Helen Griffin for several weeks IMr and Mrs Phil Thompson of Crescent Hill have as their guests Mr and Mrs Cook Wells of Cincin nati Miss Alma E McCann who has been visiting friends in San Fran cisco and Los Angeles has returned home Matt Heffernan a veteran fireman is enjoying his annual vacation at West Baden He is accompanied by his son Mr and Mrs Clement F Schlldt have returned from their wedding trip through the West and are at the Galt House Mr and Mrs Edward OConnell and daughter Miss Anna of Highland Park visited friends in Frankfort last week Misses Nell McAullffe and Helen ORourke of Parkview have been entertaining Miss Lula Hendricksoi Bowling Green Miss Minnie Murray of Cliftoni has been spending the week Latonla the guest of Mr and Mrs- t Eugene Murray Miss Cleo Charlton has returned from an extended trip through Texas where she visited her sister and other relatives tI1sses Margaret Rosella andI Aurora Keenan returned Wednesday from a ten days visit to Mrs Mc Kenna at Fern Creek 1Mrs Margaret Murphy and soui spent last week in Frankfort as the guests of Mrs Dan Callahan andI Miss Margaret Callahan Mrs Edward J McDermott andt children expect to leave In a to days to spend the remainder of thei summer at Fish Pond Wis Mr and Mrs Leo Jaglowlcz whoe returned last week from their wed ding trip are at home to their friends on Pennsylvania avenue Councilman Michael J McDermott has sepnt the past week at Boston Ky and other points In Nelson county visiting friends and relatives Miss Mary Haley left Saturday for Indlnnapolls after which she will go to Dubueque Iowa where she will visit her sister Mrs Howard 0 Darlnger Miss Gertrude Speaker Miss Jo sephine Donahue Miss Lulia McCroy and Miss Emma Donahue left Sunday to spend two weeks with Mrs Albert Plock at Grayson Springs boss Rose Suzanne Rapp and Thomas E Yann who were united In marriage on Wednesday July 12 111 h at home to their friends at 624 East Broadway after August 1 Mr and Mrs George Hoertz Jr have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Frances Marie Hoertz to Alfred Trevor Whayne The wedding Will take place next winter Mr and Mrs Frank G Morgan are home from a two weeks honey J moon trip to Chicago Milwaukee and Sault Ste Marie and are receiv ing their friends at their home in the West End While their friends have beenI sweltering in Louisvilles torrid temperature Robert T Burke and bride have been enjoying the cooling breezes and beautiful scenery of the mountains in Colorado A number of the friends of Mr and Mrs Will McDevItt t surprised them with a visit on Tuesday even ing Where was plenty of good music and at the supper that followed no I less than eighteen chickens were sacrificed Miss Mary Elizabeth Kesselrlng and her brother Otto Kesselrirtg will spend their vacation with their aunt and uncle lfrand Mrs James Curran of 321 North Twentyfifth street Otto Kesselrlng has been at I tending Gethsemane College and his sitter has been attending Sacred I Heart Academy fJ GOOD ROADS PICNIC The Buechel Commercial Club will give a plcnlo at Fern Creek Fair Grounds this afternoon and evening to arouses greater enthusiasm In the building of the Central Lincoln road and to prepare for Good Roads week July 81 to September 6 Addreseea will be made by Peter Lee Alberton President of the Contras Lincoln c Road AMocUtlonl MayorLW O HdlC Tlmbf rlakt A1 B I1Icomb and othe Transportation from thecat line to Ik grounds will fillniI 1 Annual PicnicI 1UNDER AUSPICES OF Ancient Orderof Uiberni aitI Phoenix Hill Park Thursday Aug20 1911 COLLINS ORCHESTRA ADMISSION TEN CENTS = 2 rr 1tN 84+ 4 + eCw + c 5ti rk e oex L m oexx ee xqJI o II IPm0 Ai ax s BXhthfr t dxhh lh U IRISH AMERICAN IiIij MMVYTV hhhYt Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwest 4tfHONE DOLLAR PER YEAR U- ra I I i i If You Want All the News and Particulars of Happeningsy H in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper p 5 t m4iy s Foreign Countries 150 Per Year Home Phone 946 oo10000z ZAoJy- vt QMrf A eI 1 wawa GERMAN CATHOLICS Will Hold National Con oftMainz The German Catholic Congress this year will be held in the historic old town of Mainz from August 6 tto 10 InclusiveThe are great First of all there arc the glories of the Rhine sights and legends made j ramous in prose and rhyme Next there is the association with St Bon face the apostle of Germany Under St Boniface the see was raised to an archbishopric and made the seat off the Primate of Germany He wa proud of the fact that he was the son of an English wheelwright and as sumed as his armorial bearings a 1pair of wheels which are still re talned in the arms of the quaint city He was educated by Irish monks I Thirdly a special feature of the j congress will be the celebration of i the centenary of the great prelate Bishop von Ketteler For twenty seven years he was at the head of the diocese of Mainz and during that time he expounded to the whole of Germany with wonderful success the principles of Catholic social action Ever since the Importance of the questions with which he dealt andI the views he took have been grow Ing and It will be no small benefit to the church and the people of Europe If the celebration of his centenary leads to a closer study of his life and his social policy AGED LADY DEAD Mrs Bridget Thornton one of the oldest residents of New Albany died at her home 1502 East Spring street on Tuesday night and her funeral was held from Holy Trinity church on Friday morning Mrs Thornton was eightytwo years old I and had lived in New Albany more than halt a century Besides her husband she Js survived by a son Michael Thornton of Bloomington and four daughters Mrs James Mc Manus and Miss Delia Thornton of New Albany Mrs Robert Laffey of Louisville and Mrs George Buck man of Lebanon I SECOND ANNUAL FETE The second annual lawn fete for the building fund of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will be held on the hospital grounds on the afternoons and evenings of Wednesday and Thursday August 1C and 17 The euchre games on both afternoons will begin at 3 oclock Other enter I talnment will be at tff ed on both- days and the SlstersWf Charity and their friends will do all In their Dower to make all visitors feel at home CLOSE OF RETREAT The retreat for the Xavlerian I Brothers which wasvcondwcted flt St Xavlers College clApd on Tuesday Rev Father Flavian 0 F M ofI Hamilton Ohio officiated at the ex ercise At of the retreat bout theiose Brothers went to duct a summer school I WILL PUBLISH HISTORY Rev P MJ Rook rector of tho Cathedral parish Is preparing to publ1sha hlsto K of Catholicity in Louisville He Tas been compiling material for the volume for tome 1 time nil the work will be received with Interest lElIQnI 4AmNa ROOM I D X Mrp1yHand hit brother I times hiresubmitted plans for it iirtfl e It1I1QolumtiibColumbiaSCarroll Ji is r 1 CctJ J IT DOESNT 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 pit and River Both Phone 2287 Atio operating Hoosier wan Plaster Plant LoalivllU Ky JefferwnviHe Ind Phone 55J BUTCHERS TO CELEBRATE The Home Butchers Protectiv Association will give Its first picnic of Fontaine Ferry Park on Monday Tickets of admission are being sold at teu cents Among those arrang sing the picnic are Fred Hoerter Charles Schloemer Will Burnett Frank SJefrled Henry Kraft Jr Fred Klnslef will Johnson and Gott Bleb Layer In addition to the usual amusement devices at the park the butchers will have a greased pole a greased pig and other unique teat tires They promise their friends a day of rare pleasure INDIANA PRIEST ILL The friends or Rev Father Koester who has been at St Ed wards Hospital New Albany for the past five years are alarmed over Ii condition He Is suffering from an aggravated attack of liver trouble He was formerly In charge of par ishes at Evansville and Indianapolis FORTA HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer for nextt week Is announced for Holy CrossI church Thirtysecond and Broadway and Holy Trinity church at St Matthews At both these solemn and beautiful devotions will begin at the high mass tomorrow morning and continue until Tuesday- MEMBFItSHIP CAMPAIGN The Columbia Athletic Club has begun a membership campaign that promises to be quite spirited The member who brings In the greatest number of applications will be pre seated with a handsome signet ring with an emblem of tho order UNION LABEL LEAGUERS The local branch of the Womans International Union Label League will give a social euchre and lotto at Banner Hall Preston and Market streets next Thursday night They invite all Interested in demanding the union label to attendISHERIFF GOES ABROAD Sheriff Al M Emler has sailed from New York for Europe and will spend several months In visiting friends and relatives In Germany His former home Is at Zeulenroda In the Province of Reuss PRIEST SEEKS RELIEF Rev Father B H Westermantt pastor of St Marys church is at Mt Clemens Mich seeking relief from rheumatism He has been mak ing the trip for years and always gains temporary relief DOMINICAN NUNS RETREAT I The Sisters of St Dominic will be gin their annual retreat today at St Catherines Academy In Washing ton county It will close next Satur day BROTHER PIUS BUSY I Rev Brother Pius Superior of St Lawrence Institute is in Bardstown superintending the arrangements for the 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and Shapes can be fotind here at reasonable prices Call and see us ROBERT C MBRIDEI With JJ1W Bellsleln B CO FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Ciluinbia Building Fourth and MainI j BEDDING PLANTS I rGeraniums Rose- slIeleotrjpeEtcp t Cemetery Work a specialty I REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ V THE FLORIST 550 s F01JRTHAVE Both PHtHis 223 I HERRMANN BROSI 4 KPoitTJUIIJ PiME WINES AMD tlQUOD- UtUlers J and Wholesale Dealf eta in Finest Brands tXRi tucky Whisk 8II1 especially ParlOfNl1spnrJrJBOTTLED IN BOKD- aftI I Mt 114 Sim mIlTt PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings groatiyImprovedequipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts Ot4TAINE FERRYL The Parlt Beautiful High Class Family Amusement Resort FREE CONCERTS Every Afternoon and Evening by Sing nanos Concert Band- XTRAQOOD VAUDEVILLE Two Shows Daily3 p m 830 p ra SPECIAL FREE FEATURES Admission to Park Afternoons free after 6 p m lOc Children accompanied by parents free at all times SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 1150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the everySun4ayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where arrivinghomeROUND TRIP ONLY 50c ITOTAJ AKSTINENCB UNION The Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America will hold its forty first annual convention In Scranton delegatestramIn the United States The conven tion last year was held In Boston and showed that the society was making extraordinary strides In membership and branches NOT TO BE TRUSTED An Englishman while traveling In a train in this country recently was addressed by an 014 native l guess erd 8BrltllberareitfY81 I aw replied the Englishman Well untr1Th8w1retttatrlOWnI thebatIyeoltt of the railway carriage in BnV land you stepped into Hut s a JhBnthmon wkieh the Jiin never tTJ1I- ln yell understand the r of that Mid the Yank its tion11I cause ye fellers cant be trusted In11 the dark I t ji it 1 i rI f IRISH POT Has Been Selected to Translate Welsh Hymn Into English Alfred Perclvnl Graves Is Onto oi the Worlds Lending Lyrists Born in Dublin But Always4 Claimed Kerry as Ills Home S COMPLIMENTED BY TENNYSON Alfred Perceval Graves who has translated the Welsh hymn which will be sung at the Investiture of the Prince of Wales next fall IIsa noted Irish scholar and author of the rollicking song Father OFlynn Mr Graves has secured a front place In the ranks of Irish lyrists He was born in Dublin on July 22 1845 but came from an old Limerick family noted for Its erudition and literary talent His grandfather was John Crosbie Graves for many years Chief Magistrate and Chief Commissioner of Police in Dublin His father was the Right Rev Dr Charles Graves late Episcopal Bishop of Limerick Ho was one of the most scholarly men of his time In that church He was a noted Irish antiquary The late Dr Robert Percival Graves an uncle of Alfred was sub 1ean of the Chapel Royal and was known as a poet and biog rapher Arnold Graves the great authority on technical education in Ireland and Charles Larcom Graves a noted London journalist are broth ers of Alfred P Graves As a mere boy Alfred was thrown In companionship with Wordsworth Mrs Hemans and other noted poets and imbibed a taste for literature Association with the English authors only made hIm move thoroughly Irish At an early ago he entered Trinity College and in the course ot- a very successful university career obtained first class honors In classics and English literature won the nfl versity scholarship of claeslcs carried off the medal of the Philosophi cal Society for poetry and in 1871 graduated with the degree of B A In those days he was a frequent cntrlbutor to the Dublin magazines After leaving the university Mr Graves went to London and was given a clerkship in the Home Office During his leisure hours he wrote for Lhe leading London magazines His frst volume of poems Songs of Klllarney was published in 1873 uTa my father and mother he wrOte I affectionately dedicate this my frst volume of poems In the preface he also wrote that the collection ot songs Is the result of many happy acquaintances with the Kerry peasantry of the beautiful country that is their homo and mine The book was received with great favor by the press of England Ireland and America and brought the author encouragement and commendation from such distinguished authors as Tennyson Sir Samuel Ferguson William vAlllngham Charles Lever Prof Dowden and Dion Boucicault In 1880 he published songs and ballads In 1883 he published Songs of Old Ireland In this was Father OFlynn and all were set to Irish airs Sir Charles Santley took a fancy to the words and tune and on the first occasion he sang the lyric at a ballad concert in London It was received with wild applause and the enraptured audi ence made him repeat it four times In his songs and ballads Mr Graves gives us many tender and Idyllic pictures of peasant Ute In Ireland and the intimate knowledge he displays of the loves and sorrows the passions the thoughts and feel ings ot the Irish peasant are the re suit of a profound and above all sympathetic study of the curious and manysided characteristics and uncertain ways of the Inhabitants of the hills and valleys of the south of Ireland ATTRACTING LIGHTNING It Isa popular fallacy that small steel objects such as scissors or knives will attract lightning The destructive flashes which need be feared range anywhere from 200 feet to a mile In length and are com monly of 50000 horse power while their cross sections are like those of Iron bars heated to whiteness It Is therefore silly to suppose that such an insignificant thing asa pair of sclsE rs would attract such a force out of Its path and It is equally silly to believe tHat a plate of glass or a few Inches of feather bedding would bar Its progress once Jit were started toward you GERMANY hEADS It Is now seve ytve years since the first railroad was Introduced into Germany The experiment was naturally on a modest scale from Ludwlgsbann Joining up Nuremberg to Furth The six kilometers of seventyfive years ago have increased today to 60000 kilometers a kilO- meter being flve lgbts of a mlle and ttlis claimed that Germany today possesses the finest railway system In Sqrope Itf RIGHT CLASS Louisville ila one of five large cUiee in the United States that requires old wall paper to be removed from tenement houses beforeneuIB alifIxe4iTh other four are New York Chicago Phltedeteala an- dBltIqre YOUR WV 1BoY1oI have but one mother care for her aDpaht She IiI not a bethI of burden to drive slon tr i t1t- t Semiannual Cutprice Sale of Dutchess Trousers 48Goods1 98cGoods 198Goods 48Goods 98Goods 48Goods For every button1 Or that comeH off C 11or another pair P If they rip LEVYSTHIRD The Bright Spot In LonUvIIlo the highway of life There is no love like your mothers love you may not know it now but you will some day KETRKAT AT NAZARETH The second retreat of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth will begin at Nazareth Academy on Wednesday July 26 At its close there will be I general1 chapter of the order BISHOPS BROTHER WELL I The Rev Father Timothy Obon aghue who had been III at St Jo sephs Infirmary has returned to his parish in Indiana He is an elder brother of Bishop Dpnls ODonaghue NEW POLICES1EN On Wednesday the Board ot Public Safety appointed five new policemen to fill vacancies The new men are Charles K Mills John Keating Jr Charles L Hill Joseph Ti Connelly and John J Lepping UNITY COUNCIL PICNIC Unity Council Y M L of New Al bany will give its annual picnic and outing at Glenwood Park on Labor day the first Monday In September The committee hi charge Is Jacob Renn Louis Lamke Joseph Raaba and George Carrick NOTED NUN DEAl Sister Madeline for forty years director of studies at St Josephs Academy Emmitsburg Md died there on Monday Death resulted from congestion of the brain Sister Madeline was one of the best known Catholic educators in the United States arid Canada She was born In Baltimore seventythree years ago and during the civil war was engaged In field hospital work She also complied a manual for nurses which was In use in many hospitals PORTLAND VS ATHLETICS Phil Buttons Athletics and Capt Harry Lallys Portland squad will meet at Eclipse Park tomorrow after noon and a battle royal can be e pected as these two teams are about even up for championship honors InI the Falls Cities Admirers of fast baseball will see an article which compares favorably with minor leagues when these two meet as there are many exprofessionals In the lineup The game will be called at 3 oclock CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL The educational courses at the Catholic Summer School atGliff Haven N Y continue to attract at tention and this year quite a number of nonCathollc3 are In attendance JlJ J Quinn who is in charge of the boys camp has organ ized a baseball league among the campers from Fordham University Manhattan CotlegeSt Francis Xavlers College and Classon Point High School The golf links are dotted dally as far as the eye can see with people who enjoy the game WHAT SHE FORGOT The check which the comely young German woman handed in at the window ofa savings fund bank the other day was payable to GretcheD H Schmidt ndshebad Indorsed it simply iGretchen Schmidt The man at the receiving tellers window called her back to rectify the mistake Just as She was turning away You dont deposit this quite this way1 he explained See you have forgotten theH The young woman looked at her check and then blushed a rosy red AcB so lhdke murmured and wrote hurriedly Age twentythree1 a r- OOlSOMwrmNooV One man gayi a fortune teller ill for the information that he could find artreaeure by digging In blahacklnk He didnt find the treiwure but be got a lot of exercisel t y SUGG Named Alter a Famous River For Its Shells in Ancient Days Beautiful Harbor Bays and Streams Insure Thorough Irrigation J Ruins ot Ancient Abbeys Dot Historic Laud on Every Hand SUFFERED FOR IRISH LIBERTY The County Sligo is the most Provlace on the west by the Atlantic ocean southbyDonngalBayfrom the River Sllgeach rver of shells In these days the river is Istortymiles wjde with an area of 721 square miles It has a population of 110000 The eastern part of the barony of Carbury and the southern shores of thegreaterundulatingterritory nation of low sharp rocks and flat sandy beaches relieved by a few bythehas numerous islands to its credit The original Coney Island not the New York affair Is about a mile In length It lies at the entrance of Cummeen Strand Maguires Island lies beside Killaspug Point Conors RockyClustermen But the most curious and re SligoIs mile in length and containing the ruins of the ancient monastery of St Molalse Its few inhabitants are very primitive and have many quaint customs Sllgo is well supplied with bays and harbors Klllala Bay separates Sllgo from Mayo Sllgo Bay opens eastward and branches Into three in lets Ballysadare Bay Drumcllff Bay and Middle Bay All have pleas ant sandy beaches The county Is watered by the Moy the Ohenaher the TaU the Leaffony the Easby the Ballydeare and other rivers and streams Besides SlIgo abundantly supplied with lakes Sligo the as size town or county seat has a population of 10000 It is located on the once famed SlIgo river now called the Garrogue It has a thriving commercial trade and Is situated in the midst ofa most picturesque country Within the confines of the city are the ruins of the once beau tiful Sligo Abbey which was erected In 1252 A D Ballymote Tober curry Ardanree and Balllna are all prosperous little towns In Sllgo Coal Iron lead and copper are to be found In this county but centuries of op pression have caused the mines to be abandoned The town of Sllgo is the residence of the Catholic Bishop of Elphin whose Cathedral is forty miles away The Church of St John In SlIgp is called a Cathedral because the Bishop resides there St Johns Cathedral Is a handsome modern edifice cruciform in structure with a tall massive tower The See ot Elphln is one of the most ancient in Ireland having been founded by St Patrick about the year 450 St Patrick appointed Asslcus a learned monk first Bishop of Elphln but for the eight succeeding centuries no regular succession of prelates is mentioned in church history There are many remains in Sllgo and the neigh boring vicinity of the ancient relig- Ious character of the county some ot them of great renown The town of Bilge experienced many vicissitudes In the various wars since the Anglo Norxian Invasion and suffered much for Its devotion to Irish liberty Sllgo Abbey Lough Gill and Sligo Cathedral are beauty spots that all tourists visit When they enter the County SlIgo It was In tlat county that the late Hugh Higgins father of William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American was born and where he grew to manhood TilE GIRLS AGE Girls of a marriageable age do not like to tell how old they are but you can find out by following the sub Joined instructions the young lady doing the figuring Toll her to put down the number of tEe month in which she was born then to multiply It by two then to add five U ntomultiply it by fifty then to add her age then to subtract 365 then to add 115 then tell her to tell you the amount she has left The two fig ures to the right will tell you her age and the remainder the month of her birth For example if the amount Is 822 she Is twentytwo years old and was born In the eighth month August Try ite FOR WOMAN EYE For bridesmaids lace caps are in vogue Bows are placed at every angle on summer hats Both large and small hats are trimmed T HH lll e Oreeii parasols sn to have first place lit fashions favor Rarely do w Me a silk dreM entirely of ene kind pi materialI Lingerie trllU on the cuff of sheer linen bloUses Jailing Over the hAnds are wcirfl with stret sIIt In costumes and Mparata blouse tttf JleeVet are ahnbet Ithdulex ceptlon short i Jlbow and threequar I tr length t Broad collarIllJlllortantI A FRANK FEHR BREWING CO IrJcoIEo1LTF Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVITlTlro KY fTi OUR tttiT SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it elephone 452 SENN ACKERMANBR- 1IWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LnUlSVJLLE K T Curab Phone West 191 191THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading ban and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent fl roc Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED QREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE CY 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 Horn 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFESAVER Light HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic JLBrownfiedGoJ 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7846 Ohre your boys an eifacstlon that will pre pare tsem for life o ST XAVIERS COLLEGe 112 W Broadway totilivllle Ky Conducted by the ZurerUa terCiaiakaIl Scientific and BtwineM Course Prepatmtonr De quiPpedhyauhun feature In both the tailored suits and separate wraps of lightweight wqr Btede silks and linens The lingerie robe js made all in I Ana ptwe and sometiMes tyalst and sklrtajwt othrwlthlaceIometiwM with fine mull embolflery ioiuImoi wh lHtadnI Many of the liew top wrap art made w l1t1n 4lire tolr Jackcla i which have intmense reTers In trOD and slim scant skirts which are put on the Jackets under a thick st1n 1eordj L Q 1 E- PS CB THOMPSON FLORISTIirONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention sad satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND- EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvillc hospitallorepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks AVCBSS JelicrsltIe U4 HfNRYAftA1J1J PULS DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and GutS Wearing Appanl WORK GUARANTEED Phone 361 s 528 Fifth StrMt CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N We Cor Third end Green Sit We furnish the home corn plete on easy payments WM CALLAGriAN Mgr Sales testt ftNRYfiUNOLDUAZXRJ1 I I1 n ant Fawj Grocirl s A FIKSf rOLAu lAMfLE MIN J OtNNECflON Q3d i4 utT 1- l icff- F 0- Ii 7 0 tIJ KENT OKYIRISXXCrc r THE 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The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combine not a few but all features oi practical value thataeeconaldered deal- tend desirable in a Gas Range TheOUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It rants high la the estimation of the pabllc 41 DR J T CHAS Vcttrimary Inf3r itry aid Hfrsc ShfttiMg FKfe SCIENTIFIC AND ntAcncAi NOISE H SHOEING 1Hraa Jejritb L= 1 1petit Peas 2U OPPIC NO77J1 S4V IT11 I l 4t aIWi I HIBERNIANSI What They Nave Been Doinj the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Thursday will be Irish day Mee your friends at Phoenlt Hill Dont forget the Hibernian cele bration next Thursday at Phoenix HI1U The combined divisions of Buffalo had a great day at Crystal Beach on Saturday The big joint tplcnlc on Thursda I ought to bring all the Hibernians In the city together Meet your Hibernian friend Thursdaynlght at the annual Count Board celebration Both the Ladles Auxiliary and Di vision 2 will hold regular meeting on Wednesday night Division 3 will hold a regular meeting on Monday night and Presi dent Coleman expects a full attend anocCouncilman Michael J McDermott who Is sojourning In Boston ma y visit Bunker Hill before returnlni homeBring your friends to Phoenix fill next Thursday night That will be the day of days for the Hlbornlan this year At Jamaica Plains 200 candidate received the major degrees whicl were conferred by the Suffolk count degree team County President D J Colemai expects full reports from county and division officers at the quarter meeting tomorrow Many members of the Ancient Order will be prominent at the Knights of Columbus national con ventlon at Detroit The Hibernians of Minneapolis have protested to the Senators froii Minnesota against any arbitration treaty with England On Tuesday night Division 1 wll hold a regular meeting and more volunteers for the picnic are expected to offer their services National President Regan and Vie President McLaughlin made splendid records during their tripe througl the South and Northwest The literary club of the Ladles Auxiliary of Duluth Is giving som very pleasing and instructive entertainments in the Cathedral hall It Is the duty of county officers to make proper and prompt reports If they have neither the time nor the inclination to do this they shout resign Athletics football tugofwar am Irish dances will be features at the annual field day of Division 1 of Buffalo at Rlverhurst Park nex monthEvery member who can should at tend the quarterly meeting tomorrow afternoon at Bertrand Hall Thej will hear much that Is of Interest to every one- Through Rev Father OSullivan rector of St Augustines church the Hibernians of Montpelier Vt made a substantial donation to the Irish national fund Next month the degree team of Bangor Maine will Journey to Nulllnocket and exemplify the four degrees for a class of 101 candidates for Division 2 of Penobscot county Following their established custom the Ladles Auxiliary will have charge of one of the tables at the festival for the benefit of the chil dren of St Vincents Infant Asylum at Providence R I Division 6 of Indianapolis will have a drill team and uniform rank of Its own In the near future Start- Ing with thirtyfive members more will be added as soon as equipment and uniforms can be secure- dIMPOSSIBLE To Keep Colonels Down With Present Array of Talent discouraged Although a little at the showing of the Colonels In the last seven games the true supporters of the team have not lost courage and another little spurt such as was made on the last long trip away from home will again bring them within striking distance of the leaders There are many reasons given for Louisvilles present slump but the logical one seems to be the loss of Lennox from the lineup caused by Injuries as there Is no doubt that his stick work would have changed the aspect pt many games and In addition his absence from the Infield seems to have hurt the team work It Is expected that he will play this afternoon and It would be a good move on Manager Howards part to shift Stansbury to short and play Himself In left field although Fisher has been steadily Improving in his rating recently but of course Is not is strong In that line as our manager All In all It Is earnestly hoped that we have reached the end of our stump which every Other team has lad thus far and with classy players such as Orlmshaw Lennox Hayden Stansbury Hughes Stanley Howard and Cheney It Is Impossible to keep Louisville from finishing one two hree ST LEOS OIJTING The annual outing of St Leos will be held on the st31lI er rounds PtllinYdlfferentkindsota- musements will be provided for oung and old Quite a number of andsome arUcle wlll be disposed of luring the afternoon and evening The Rev Father John J Fitzgerald pastor of the church InvHes his rlends all over the city to aid In caking the affair a success DEADlJ l CHAflLBS B BROWN J Charles By Brown flftyrone yeer old died at tbe home of his nephew 1 OJIIN5UGralnler Qourtol- Kftdy aivrnlni Tlie funeral took lane frpia tile reetdeaoe oA UAvvv- a i ji SOCIETY DIRECTOE AonDIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en IJlrat aad Third Tuesda- yPresIdeatWllllam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomaa P Lawle- rSergeantatArmsLouts Roller DIVISION 2 Meet First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President C J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith- RecordingtSecretaryWllllam T Meehaa Financial SecretaryJohn J KeIoI1eYTrl1aqrerJames Welsh Ser eantat ArZlsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets Firstand Third Mondays Hneteehth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial SecretaryJ 0 Hes slonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatATmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J Langan TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reill- ySergeantatArmsWilliam Cal laghanSenUnelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresldentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coi- lSergeantatArmsMichael Gar ritySentlnelThomas Gleason MarshalMichael Noon Y ht t MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial Secretary F 0 Adams Recording Secretary R Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker hergTroasurmW A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside SentinelP Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart I tIn1 Ottlis1oJfJ I Recommended br a Pastor 0 1910MyEpileptic Fits had 3to 4 attacks In a dayOurresults Rev Otto Meier recommended Pastor Koenles Nerve Tonic which she took and after that would not get more than one fit or 2 fits In a month Upon advise from the doctor of theJCoenlgr Medical Co we give her the uhehasMrs C Q Jones San Antonio Tex 1418 San Pedro Ave writes For fiften years I was lick with fits which continued up to 4 years ago when Ii took Pastor Koenlgo Nerve Tonic and heartJelt FREE Valuable Book on Her Diseases aDd a Sample to any address Poor PA also get the midlcld tree JortWayneKOENIQ MED CO Chicago III lOB Lake Street Sold by Druggists at f1pr BottU 6 Any largo Size f17ftt B BottU for 18 Wednesday morning with Interment- In Cave Hill cemetery The de ceased was a native of Louisville and was a brother of former Detective Peter Brown and former Fireman Harvey Brown MOVING PICTURES Driven dally from the streets of the city by the excessive heat hun dreds of people find the Casino and Orpheum picture shows a haven pi pleasure and rest The bills for next week are of the highest standard and sure to please their patrons HOPKINS THEATER Hopkins Theater our local lead- Ing amusement resort is in the height of Its summer glory The bill for next week Is diversified and will present for the first time here a number of top liners In vaudeville Fanned by cool breezes the public rind here pleasure and diversion that are appreciated There will be the usual opening ad closing motion pictures FONTAINE FERRY Fontaine Ferry Park probably never had wanyattractlons fie this summer and IIs taking care of larger crowds than ever before The ratiwuysr novel sideshows the racer dlpa ffM exxhlbltlon and band con certs ia ih esplanade eaobii afteriieon and evening are making Utepark popular at these times In the vaude yijle theater high class ektartatn akilloffor next Treek I ri f o c I IRELAND Record of theAlost Important f 61f the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges iTho death of Simon Doland ot profoundcial circles in Westmeath and ad Joining counties The oGalwayber of the first governing body of University College Galway in room of the late Very RavP Dooley The following Clare students were recently ordained Rev Michael Mc OClearyRevCrowe and Rev Matthew Doolaghty of Carrahan formalatodforty laborers and artisans dwell twentyoneforbeen already granted The Local Government Board has sanctioned the appointment of J J Williams as clerk of the Mount mollick Union and clerk of the CloneygowaRural Charles Cowan of Balllnagh was at Garvagh Petty Sessions electee clerk by four votes to two for Ser geant Connolly of Arva The othe candidates were Messrs J S Smyth of Gowna and Thomas Cully of ArvaAt a representative meeting of the townspeople of New Ross it was decided to present an lllumlnatei address and a solid silver salver to the Rev J Prandy who had been senior curate of that town for man yearsAt the annual meeting of the Roe common County Council Messrs Higgins and Martin were cooptei members Timothy Rorke who Was beaten by John Shanly at the elections and who sought cooption be ing defeated J A Glynn was reelected for the tenth time Chairman of Galwa County Council T G Griffin Was reelected Vice Chairman Messrs Stephen McDonagh Dunmore and Richard Nolan of Athenry werq co opted members of the council The appointment to the maglstrac for County Down of James McAlister of Dromara and Patrick Byrne of Levallyreagh has given constderabl satisfaction to all classes of people Both Justices are farmers and stron supporters of the Irish Parliamentary rarty A sad fatality occurred at Friars town near Tallaght when Josepl Power aged thirtyfour lost his Ute Power was working in a sand pit who an overhanging bank suddenly col lapsed burying him under a heap ot sand and prompt assistance failed to save his life The death occurred some days ago at the Reparation Convent Limerick of Sister M Canlce who was dal1 h ter of the late Thomas Naughton of Kildlmo and cousin of T B Nauslv ton the popular clerk of Rathkeali Union Deceased had been eighteen years In the order The death has occurred recently at Mltchelstown of Henry Hollis whc served In the Popes Brigade A na tive of Ballyhooly he was seventysi years of age and stood over six lee In height In 1891 he received a medal and diploma from the late Pope for his services as a Pontifical ZouaveA of copper ore was accidently made at Ovoca by J Higgins M E which gives promise of good development The material found is believed to be an extension of the Ballymurtagh North Lode to locate which the Cronebane Mining Company spent years and thousands of pounds In a fruitless search A serious fire broke out at the Convent of Mercy Queenstown where there are about forty nuns and sixty orphan children Prompt assistance was given by a number of Haulbowllno workmen and sailors from the American warships In the harbor and the flames were ex tinguished before serious damage had been done DETROIT How Knights of Columbus Will Be Entertained There The Knights of Columbus will sold their national convention at Detroit on Tuesday Wednesday and hursday August 1 2 and 3 Mem ors of Detroit Council will extend a most hearty welcome to all visitors 1he three days will be occupied with business meetings and various enter alnmentsOn opening day the Knights aId ladies who accompany them rill attend mass at Holy Rosary church at 930 oclock After mass here will be a reception at the Detroit Council club house In the evening at 8 oclock there will bea banquet and minstrel show On Wednesday August 2 there wmbe a ball and a boat ride after the business session On Thursday afternoon there will be automobile Ides and a concert at Belle Isle Parka the evening New Orleans Phlla dlelphla and New York promise to end big delegations tAw PETE There will be a lawn fete dad reunion on August 22 and 23 at the Church of Our Lady on Rudd venue for which every preparation UI being made Twelve handsome rises will be awarded and In adds ion therewiU be a variety of amuse teats and good things to eat in abundance Rev L J Connlf is the astor and the proceeds will go to ward paying tor necessary improve lenU in the Ch rchofOurLady- The eause is a most deserving one ndAaa itlis the first affair kldnteR years It should hafe the pat= snag 6t eY8rronewho sin attend j J lu ii I L i SWEEPING OUT SALE Never Before Were Such Shoe Values Offered Never before did we havq such a SWEEP1NG oUTSAL and such clamoring crowds of enthusiastic purchasers Everybodys comingto and everybody is talking about the Bostons Sweeping Out Sale Visitors watchhowLADIES Misses and Children Oxfords Pumps and Slippers Oxfords Pumps Slippers More than 500 pairs in each of theseand BarefOOt Sanda- lstwolotsat48cand980 Odds and ends Oxfords and WblteJ Oddsand ends more sizes and kinds Canvas Shoes values up to 2 00 values up to 350 for98e for 98e All sizes and styles and leathers in All styles and sizes in the follow the following five styles ing two lots 14S300Goodsfur191i Y 350 Goods for S24S 4 00 500 GoodsforS29BOYS Mens Oxfords Shoes and Odds and ends not All 3AeGstyicsvalues up to 2 00 OxfordsII 350 Goods forf 248 All styles and 400 Goods for 298 ing two lots 500 Goods for345 200 Goods for5141600 Goods for398 300 Goods for193B- lue Ribbon 25c Shoe Cream For llcHathaways 25c Ideal Dressing 9o Bristol Brushes 25c goods for 0o BOSTONz441443INCORPORATEDII M hahNNNhhNahdth4h iN For Your Furniture Wants- I 1 I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street WM Re STELTENKAMP CANDIDATE F- OICONSTABLEFifth Magisterial District Composed of First Second and Third Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party hOhhN WEWANT YOUR WORK U Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in FirstClass Style PRINTINGCards Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 810 wxcMr GREEN SrRmET e t 4h ehhht M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINO PresMgr Vlca PresTreas Secretary I F BainoB Sewer Pipe Co PtpeI for Steam Conduits Cepin j Vitrified Street Paring prick Fire Preefim Five Piiie Fine Lining Fire Erick IGrateaad Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Toys Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK r OFFICE 628 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 873 I WORKS i3th aad Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th aad tote II TBLEPHOHB 2833 4 l t Jt AWNINGS AND n TENTSll A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rest We do moreendbtter work than anyone here Orders by mail promptly attend to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST tHH H H n IJm Old ltPt- OlilUIOliUAI84es Wst Grn3 treat LBO1Rrcv r fj- n u n I n n 1