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SP c we J c c4 f ffiThCKY ijsH AMERICAN VOLUME XXVIINO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 22 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS fAITH i Ot Catholic Boys Is the Foun dation For Hlghminded Men i 6 President oi Brooklyn College Talked to His Many Pupils Pointed Out Errors of Those Who Made Our Schools Irreligious i URGED ALL TO KEEP THE FAITH 1 Recently the President of Brook lyn College Rev Father J F X I OConnor celebrated his sliver Jubi tee and at the College Night re ception ho addressed the students In a paternal manner What ho said to the boys ot Brooklyn might be said to every boy attending a Catholic school or college Among other things Father OConnor said Not turrets or high walls make a city but men highminded mon Not spacious halls and stocked in tellects make a college but Christian boys highminded boys with faith In i their minds and the love of Christ in j collegeji Joy to me in this Jubilee with thef glory of the spiritual Joy of twenty p Ltive years of priesthood is the thought that God has given to me this year 400 boys Four hundred k Christiankbeauty the morality of the law ot Christ In their lives which can be brought j there and kept there only by the dogmatic teaching of the Christian l lfaithThis you will not find In the other universities of the land who do not or can not enforce dogmatic teaching of the Christian faith because there the President can not control the pro fessors If he willed and the protes tors will not accept the control of Christian faith and the pupils turn away from God Their minds are plunged into a chaos of doubt and be wilderment and their college career leaves them agnostics or infidels and has robbed them of the Christian faith ot their childhood But this is aot so with you my boys You be lieve in God in the teaching of Jesus Christ the Son of God In the teach ings the dogmatic teachings of tho church founded by Him You know right from wrong and wrong In the moral life what you have to do and what you have to avoid and you P know this is the command of God which has the sanction of the eternal law of heaven That is that God will punish evil and reward good qnd that you must answer to the Almighty for every thought and word and deed of your lives from the be ginning to the end of life If you nave served God according to the conditions He has laid down you will have eternal life If not eternal death There Is the greatest lesson of your college life with It you are men highminded men without It Ion become cultured criminals whoso only law Is their passions the desires ot their hearts and the Holy Ghost says He that giveth his heart Its desires will become a Joy to his enemies This is why the cry goes up In the land for religion In the schools in our colleges and universities and ti from all men who have not lost their Christian faith And the only ones who are satisfied with other condi Lions are those who have lost their faith In God whether socalled Protestant Jew or Gentile who have become practical infidels whether they choose to themselves a name of bettor sound whether it be agnostic materialist rationalist socialist freethinker liberated from the op pression it creed or dogma But it matters not what they call them telves their faith is dead they have turned aside from God they have rejected Christ and embraced their selfmado and selftaught religion sand have cast their Joy anti happiness s do the material things of time and life In pleasure passion ambition and for them beyond there Is no eternity no heaven no God It is this appalling state o things that chills the heart of the man that has a vestige of Christian hyit Is the awakening to the knowledge of this fact that brings to every earnest and sincere Protestant Jew or man who values faith the realization that he must have his faith and religion and in some form In education outside of the faithless education that has set Its grasp upon public and private education of s many of the schools of the day I- Cs your faith my boys more tha your intellectual or scientific knowledge that will make yd worthy leaders of jnea In life an help you to battle afealnat the fo- A Irrellgion that threatens to sap tb life of our great nation MERELY ROUTINE First Vice Preildent Joiepfa J TIanoock presided over the jneetlnc t Maekln Council on Monday nightt roC Sobaefer J Doran P 0 waW and Raymond R WdW alt on the lck list were report Improving Quite a lot of ToatlneJiuWniiw war trw acted PrpgreM xu reported prt arrangementa for the Niagara FaUi tad luiuet excursion A full report C k- i 411 n will goon be ready showing the re sults ot the last operatic undertak ing At the mooting Monday night the delegates to the Grand Council will The present to hear suggestions from all members of the Y M I LIVE WIRES Kept Things Moving at Quarterly A O H Meeting y The four divisions of the Ancient Order ot Hibernians held their gen eral quarterly meeting at Bertrand Hall last Sunday afternoon County President D J Coleman presided and the attendance was large and repre sentative Thomas Lawler of Divis ion 1 read the communication from the National Board on organization and general good of the order William M Higgins was called upon for an address and spoke on the necessity of organization Thomas VV Tarpey advocated the unification and consolidation of the four local divisions He also suggested means by which the general membership would be increased and commended the young men for perpetuating this great society that had been founded by their forefathers ExCounty President Patrick Welsh made a strong plea for the rec ognition of the South on We Na tional Board He also reminded the members that the four divisions had resolved on a big street parade next St Patricks day and called upon all to strive to increase the membership Attorney Lawrence J Mackey also spoke In favor of a bettor representation from the South on the National BoardJohn H Hennessy President ot Division 4 was called upon to tell the secret ot his divisions success in securing new members He declined to reveal any secrets but said his division was made up of hustlers who stood by their officers and did what was expected of them Others who made able addresses and timely suggestions were William P McDonogh John J Barry Thomas Walsh Thomas Keenan Thomas Lynch and County President Cole man IRISH AIRS Responsible For American Martial and righting Music All that glitters Is not gold neither is all American music of American origin During the civil war both sides stole ttnelodleslrojir the European nations and now ac cording to authentic reports Yan l kee Doodle and Dixie are old rash airs adapted to suit Americans One of our esteemed IrishAmerican friends in Louisville sends us the following Appropros ot the discussion rela i live to the origin of Dixie the following letter of W iH Grattan Flood author of the History of theharpfamous melody Mr Flood is a re sponsible authority and is not given to unqualified statements My pub ishers duly forwarded me your let ter and I have much pleasure 4n answering It if only to vindicate the Irish origin of Yankee Doodle Marion Harland merely repeats the exploded myth as told for the past century in all published accounts of the origin of Yankee Doodle until Charles I and Cromwell association was shown to bo utterly absurd by Hartley Squire of the British Museum The verses to Lucy Lockett can not possibly have been written before the year 1728 whilst Kitty Fisher did not die until 1771 I state now definitely that the tune of Yan kee Doodle Is Irish and was known before the year 1750 as All the Way to Galway The song of Yankee Doodle was adopted to this air in 1765 17567 and the earliest ref erence to it is in April 1767 when It was included as the fourth air in Disappointment rightly calls the air a country dance and a manuscript copy of the Irish dance tune dated 1750 is still preserved It was first printed by AIrd of Glasgow In 1782 Dixie Is also an Irish air merely arranged oy Dan Emmett for Bryants min itrels By the way Bryant himselfr who ran the Christy minstrel boot ness In New York in I860 was an CotfBrooklyn in 1902 There were three brothers In the family Cornelius Neill Daniel and lorry Nell gave the Irish air to Dan Emmett who sang it in New York la February 1869 CLERGY TAKE VACATIONS Rev Father Martin OConnor hats forna teat In his hius ItevdWilliam Gau epohl parlor of haea two and Rev Father Patrick Monaghan I caring for the parish in his ab sence Rev Father A J Brady ex pect to leave for Northern Michigan l Jn a taw days a HOLY CROSS FBTB The pedpta of Holy Preae oong gation are preparing+ to gire a fete l en tke ohurofa lawn pa Mofiay aid Attgianteach tivenlaga t fA LAUDED Ohios Leading Journal Sings Praises ot Hon Timothy Hogan Attorney General Being Advo cated For Gubernatorial Honors Was Formerly State President ot the Ancient Order ot- Hibernians HAS VISITED IN THIS CITY It is not often that anyone gets such a swell sendoff Jn the Cincin nati Enquirer as that given Hon Timothy S Hogan Attorney General fof Ohio last Sunday Attorney Gen eral Hogan is prominent in Hibernian circles and has been State Presi dent ot the A O H in Ohio besides being a delegate to several national conventions Ho has visited Louis rllle and Is much admired by local members of the Ancient Order Mr Hogan Is a first cousin of Michael Hogan the Western Union operator who manipulates the key for the CourierJournal and Times This is what the Cincinnati Enquirer says about him- Looming above the horizon as they say in the novels Is a now fig ure In the Democratic gubernatorial field of possibilities It is that ot Attorney General Timothy S Hogan of Jackson county Able intelligent and patriotic editors in Athens Scioto and Jackson counties have dis covered his qualifications for the Chief Exccuflveshlp and are pro claiming them to the breezes as the novelists also say Indeed to again use the language of the romanticists they are nailing his flag to their staffs or staves whichever happens to bo correct It is being descanted upon that the Attorney General has In the six months ot his Incumbency made his department a vital force In the gov ernment of the State Dormant suits Instituted by his predecessors and allowed to languish have been revivified Quar s have been opened Into the moTIltain of unfin ished business especially that relating to uncollected and contested taxes and thousands of dollars will soon he pouring Into a Staid Treas ury that sadly needs them Flap Jack opinions rendered by other At i tornoy Generals slapped together overnight to meet exigencies have been reversed greatly to the benefit of other State departments Partisan ship It Is advanced finds no place In his labors His prompt and effective part in the prosecution of Democratic graft ers In the General Assembly has won for him great encomiums and his rulings against public officials of his own party in the matter of fees and salaries unjustly claimed and paid have been uniformly on the side of the common weal His nonpartisan shlp has been shown especially In the retention Jn a prominent place In his department of Clarence D Laylln special counsel under Attorney Gen eral Denman and the son of Chair man Lewis C Laylln of the Republi can State Committee who did his level best to defeat him for election Theso things argue to the minds of his supporters a cogent reason why he should In 1912 be chosen to lead the party It is said In his behalf that he Is a campaigner of more than ordinary ability Again he has been a loyal adherent of Governor Judson Har mon and was at his side during the crucial times when desertion and threachery threatened the party through the machinations of the yellow dog group in the Ohio Son ate All In all an effective argument Is being made In his favor Should ho consent to becoming a candidate the Tenth Congressional District will undoubtedly como Into the fiord In a solid phalanx for him It Is a matter ot comment that the name of the candidate who was de tented by Mr Hogan Grant Denman Of Toledo Is being canvassed as a candidate for the Republican nom nation tor Governor Since his re tirement Mr Denman has been made United States District Attorney anon d hat account It is far from likely that ho will permit the use of aame Should however there come a change and ho and Hogan should be nominated an Interesting situa lion would be formed Both are clean and capable mon with aplendld records for efficiency as legal ad visors for the State the voters of which could view tho contest with complete complacency resting se cure9 In the knowledge that no mat ter which was elected their Interests would be safeguarded HIS OLD KENTUCKY HOME Psdntll recently pastor of St Louis masters of novices at St Joiephg College near ependinlg this week with Ifleldi NEW ALBANY MADDING Nrw dlisaayand JDdward C Zlpp of f ll niburc Ind were united i- ialeptruniAa at it Maryg chuwfc New Albany pji Wednewlay morning TKeiRot Father W F Mgifrtiypwr formed the nuptial rite and tale orated the mass + that followed After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Zf and the bridal party were ea tertfcined at breakfast at the home of the brides slater Mrs Oscar lion 601 Culbertson avenue Later in the day the bridal party dined at the home of thee grooms parents Mr and Mrs Frank Belvly on the Grant Line road DYING HARD s Are the Tory Leers In Their Fight Against the Veto Measure i Rumors That iho Lords Will Reject the Bill Now Pending King and Queen Pleased With Reception Given Them in Ireland MAKING POLITICAL CAPITAL tholastble advices It isnow probable that the Peers Instead of amending the t veto bill and sending It back to the House of Commons will reject it en tirely In that event Premier As qulth will request King George to create 600 new Peers However the Liberals are no moro anxious than the Tories to see the House of Lords Inflated and the Premiers request to the King will not be made until the Lords make It absolutely un avoidableoTwo moves were made In tho House of Lords on Monday that ox cited comment One was a confer ence of the Conservative leaders the Marquis of Lansdowne the Earl of Solbourne Baron Mlddleton and the Marquis of Salisbury and others Jutwhat transpired at the conference has not been given out authorita lively but It Is rumored that the Con a servatives have decided to reject the veto bill altogether The second move of the day to cause comment was Lord Morleys appeal to the Lib eral Peers In a Mrcular letter ad dressed to them he said It is possible that a certain num ber Of opppsitlon Peers may force dlvisjpji on tho3ih4rd readlnE pf the Parliamentary bill The momentous results at stake both Immediate and in the future moire it in the highest degree desirable that no supporter of the bill should be absent from his place I earnestly trust therefore that Your Lordships will not fall to give His Majestys Government the advantage of your presence on what may prove so truly critical an occa sion Lord Mdrleys unusual appeal has been attributed to a threat to reject the bill The matter caused quite a flurry for a little while and then was succeeded by comfortable calm Meanwhile there Is a struggle on be tween the two factions of the Con servatives in the House of Lords the standpatters and those who are willing to accept the bill under pro test While the Lords are worrying over the veto bill the newly crowned King and Queen appear to bo hugely en Joying themselves Within a week they visited Ireland Wales and Scot land and If reports be true they en Joyed their visit to Ireland more than the tours of Wales and Scotland Regarding his visit to Ireland King George said I never knew any thing like It and Queen Mary chimed in It really was delightful We were made GO perfectly at homo on the Instant we arrived and the warmth of the people thrilled us Both political parties are trying to make capital out of the royal visit to Ireland The Unionists declare that the Nationalists showed the King that they woro perfectly contented and did not want homo rule while the Nationalists believe that the King will do his utmost to restore Irelands Parliament ORPHANS PICNIC St Josephs Asylum Lawn Will Present Gala sSceneThe annual picnic for the benefitt I of St Josephs Orphan Asylum will be held on the asylum grounds on Wednesday August 9 All the tom mittees are working vigorously to make this picnic the boat over given for the Institution St Josephs Is an asylum whets Gorman Catholic orphans are reared and educated Some of Louisville leading business men were reared In that institution and several of Us former inmates have become priests Under the gore of the Ursullne nuns the children are well cared for and are healthy and happy livery Catholic in the cltyought to offend the coming picnic and std a very worthy cause The beautiful awx will be specially decorated an illuminated for this occasion BISHOP MAB6 RESTS The Right- Rev C P Mass Blahap of Oovingtdn fs enjoying a britfvaoatlox at Monroe Mich It la not atkan that THehoP 3talake r a tMt r CONTRAST Turmoil in the Republican Ranks and Harmony Among Democrats Gor VHIson and Senator W O Bradley Ifaro Reason to Sulk Mayor Head and tho Administration Are Working for State Ticket LIVE MEN FOR THE LEGISLATURE The Democratic State Executive Committee met in Louisville on Thursday to canvass the returns in the recent primary This caused a gathering of Democrats from all over the State and there was not a sign of discord Allare pulling for James B tMcCreary and the entire State ticket The Democratic ticket Was named by the people the Re publican ticket was named by one man Judge Edward C ORear Mr ORear outwitted all op ponents and beat down all opposi ion Pretending to bo friendly to Robert W Slack of Owensboro ho made overtures to Mayor Helburn of Middlesboro When he got good and ready he threw thorn both down and nominated for Lieutenant Gov ernor a man whoso Ideas areas narrow as his own Some people are inclined to believe that Mayor lid burn was turned down because he was of Jewish origin and Mr Slack rejected because he Is a Cath lic Undoubtedly Judge ORear Will discredit such reports but peo pie will talk you know There Is all kinds of strife in the Republican party Coy Wlllson and his friends are playing golf and pinochle while the campaign goes on United States Senator Bradley is in Washington getting up good sweat from the roasts ap plied to him by the Louisville Even Ing Post When Senator Bradley de cldea to answer the Post there will be little left of that paper and its gubernatorial candidate because Mr Bradley has the tongue of a Galway fish woman when he gets his dander up When he goes after anybody he uses a club rather than abludgeonThecorpso that remains after he gets through Is not very In viting to members ot the family but It la Just as dead as death cab make it- During the week Senator James B McCreary and Hon E J McDer mott called upon Mayor Head who assured them that thoy and the jfi tire Democratic ticket would have his support and the support of the entire city administration and its friends On the Democratic side there does not seem to bo a weak link anywhere All are working In harmony and for the benefit of the partyBoth boards of the General Coun ell have done admirable work since election and the Democrats will make no mistake by reelecting them In their entirety It is pleasing to note that young and aggressive Democrats are offering for the Legislature Thomas Knight Adam Spahn Will Perry Peter Leo Ather ton and Samuel J Robertson are the type of Democrats who do things The next Legislature will be called upon to make many revisions in State laws and the Louisville repre sentatives should be men of tact Intelligence and without fear ot hard work No bigot and no foe of union labor should find a place on the ticket If the right men are named as seems probable Louisville will help swell the McCrearyMc Uermott majority Tuesday announcement was made that Commonwealths Attorney Frank E Daugherty of the Fourth district and former County Judge of Nelson county will seek the Democratic nomination for Repre sentative In Congress Judge Daugh erty says it has been his ambition for years to represent his district 1in the National House of Representa tires He said that he would not press his candidacy however until next year At a meeting here of the Demo erotic State Executive Committee on Thursday a call was Issued for a State convention to bo held in Louis ville on August IE to formulate a platform on which the State ticket is to run at the coming November electidn It is provided In the call that the delegates be chosen amass t county conventions on August 12 The basis of representation will be one delegate for each 200 votes cast for Bryan for president tIn 1908 and one for each fraction over 100 At the same time Rufus H Vansant a wealthy lumberman of Ashland was elected Chairman of the State Campaign Committee The official count of the vote iIn the resent primary was also made Thursday when Hon Edward J Mcpermott and Henry M Boawprth were declared the nominees each malorltdy DESERVED PriOMbTION Thursday the aBoard of Safety reeogniwM the Ion and faithful aerriaee of fd T ant James F Gardner And Corporal Mike Crow br pronv tlnar theca to Lieutenant and Afrfeant YMpeettrelrl Thli i 0- t action upon the part of the board will meet with public approval and was hailed with delight by the legion of friends ot the two officers named than whom there are no better on the force ONLY ROUTINE But Members of Division 3 A O H Talked Picnic As a result of the big general quarterly meeting of the A O H on Sunday afternoon Division 3 A 0 H held a well attended meeting Monday night D J Coleman pre slded and four applications were received Reports were read from the National and State officers showing that the division was In good finan cial and numerical standing Patrick Kilkenny was reported ill but im proving James Broderick was also reported ill- Lawrence J Mackey reported the proceedings of the general quarterly Meeting of last Sunday Thomas Quinn made a nice address and at I his suggestion the division decided to hold Us next meeting on Monday July 31 so as not to conflict with the picnic of the Ladies Auxiliary I Patrick T Sullivan and John tforan delivered able addresses on Hlbernlanlsm ama delved into Irishihistory in their respective arguments i Under the head of good of the order Interesting talks were made by George J Butler John M Maloney Li J Mackey P T Mullen John Q Hesslon and others All of them talked about the coming picnic and expressed the wish that it would bo a success At the close President D J Coleman said he hoped every i member of Division 3 would give his personal attention to the picnic on Thursday night i SARCASM Quaint Irish Saint Knew How to Stop All i Trouble The giant steamships sailing from Now York are packed with tourists i and it is safe to say that a trip through Ireland is Included in ho itinerary of many of them If those who visit the beautiful Lakes of Killarney will stop at the parish o Kllcummin which is but a few miles away they will see the recentl erected memorial cross marking the spot on which mass was said in the open air for nearly one hundred years In the penal times ThecrosSi which Is of marble Celtic shaped and resting on a pedestal ot lime stone is the first of itskind erected in Ireland The parish of Kllcuhl t min is one of the historic parishes 1 Ireland During the penal days when the same price was set on th head of a priest as on the head of a wolf many priests were murdered iin this parish of Kllcummin by Crbm wellian troopers The patron saint of Kllcummin I i St Cummian who was born about 100 years after the death of St Pat rick and died in the year 691 He was born at a place named Drumda Utter The exact spot has not yet been Identified Wo know It was not tar from the shores of the Lakes of Killarney and it may possibly have been Kilcummln parish itself He is the author of a Latin poem in honor of the apostles a celebrated treatise or letter on the Paschal con troversy and a Penitential or collec 1 tion of decrees taken from the coun ells of the chuVch and other sources s regulating the law of penance i That St Cummian was the author ot the last named work is questione- by some but the probabilities are Overwhelmingly preponderant that he was the writer The treatise on the Paschal question shows not merely the great learning of the writer bu the advanced state of learning 1In Ireland at the time The autho- shows a profound knowledge of Hol Scripture and also a great knowledge of the fathers and th canon law of the church He quotes the canons ot the Councils of Nice and Arles His writings also show that he was thoroughly familiar wit the writings of St Jerome St Cyprian St Gregory St Augustine and Origen Ho was a strict dls ciplinarlan and to a few monks in ih I north of Ireland who differed wit the rest of the world on the question j when the Easter festival should b celebrated St Cummian wrote Rome has erred Antioch has erred Jerusalem has erred Alexandria has erred and only a handful of Irish men In the north are right SPIRITED CONTEST The Ladles Auxiliary A 0 H Is anticipating a banner crowd and a lively time at their picnic which will be gluon at Fontalno Ferry Park on Monday August 7 Threei young ladles Misses Nelllo Broder ick Virgio Donahue and Stella Cronan are engaged in a spirited ticket selling contest the winner toi teethe either a diamond ring or a gold watch COLLEGE PRESIDENT Rev Brother Sulplclui has been appointed President of st Joseph College which will be reopened un der the direction ot the Xaverlane In September For a number of years Brother Sulplclu wai a mfg mr her of the faculty at St Gorier r College Louisville Laterhe was Dead oCthe Catholic High School at Wheeling Vai sand far the past s- lt Ir fearj has yb sea Director of the Cat h olio High School i atersaE Maw r 1 PERTINENT + Rev Father John Talbofc Smith i Is Entertaining In His Remarks Declares That Few In American Republic Know Church fHistory M 1 Lesson For Materialist a Politicians oi Europe iu SBrief SOME GOOD CATHOLIC REA Rev Father John Talbot Smlt LL D has said the foreword i Introducing Catholic church luster In America now being Issued by tjj Catholic Editing Company ArnoJ other things Father Smith says II One peculiar fact about the Cf olic church in the American repuj Is that so few know anything all It And another fact in the same I aectlon amusing as well as pecul Is that so many who should b terestedln it do not taro to m anything about It Perhaps the 1 striking and amusing tact ot s1 that the few who know and ca know somthlng about the Cal church in the republic know BOI and know It so badly Of course our orators and editors know something about It to Judge by their pleasant paragraphs on occa sions We are told in grandiose sentences of the splendid growth of the church in America but their knowledge begins and ends In these gorgeous phrases What are the ele meats of that growth what are Its characteristics what are Its ten dencies no one knows Outside of the professors of history In the Catholic colleges only the few hav read John Gllmary Slvcaa toffr vbl amen or Bishop OGormane sketc In one volume of American church history This absence of knowledge and lack of interest are both fully Indi toted by the absence of books on notfprint because they are fully COM booyof this kind The public will ij buy because th they lq all about It or think It unlnterest jtt compared pith theJIfe jot Bj parts of the history ot the apanisj American war told by the yellow journals Real knowledge of the church in fonprofessors and writers and clerija Sheae fiD original documents to Increai store of information Conse about five millions Intelligent among the Catholics and taUro ssbe very much astonished teeloosthe Purltansr li- Tho ed t P 40 church in Ami Is 4C the results of that genuine tfar a tbhistorytFEditingwill It be all aroi churchmen and ai n o school What ft lesson for Protests every sect who proudly prod that the Catholic church olive In the air ot liberty b die poisoned by that 4 churdhas thriven beyoRiii saints What a less Materialist politician America who declare HKTurch flotIng on the sea of time never to be Yetrj inyAmerican republic as the Cathj sheeJ orlans of the schools who thot they could safely Ignore the churl existence In their onesided br jhJ charged with incapacity and u nos as wellyjis timidity an Justice eWhat a lesson forGathollca I dhFor they ft home Blighted remainingeplace the place of indlffc Ignorance with regard to t confided to th by abroad wrote of c lea with contempt i unjust charge with with no preparalt honesty The church in Eu to tho church in Am succor of help and c s the mission ot the American republic ti public to set forth a guiihelpbrethren everyfhere J WElfcOMEI Canadilj gave it- fallth to its poul Wilfr oneWhei he arrlyeVat met and cheered by IhfSfcfcBii cltV was Myqr DrouiaraaL VeloobMi and corn i rake on the corom llba creating to n lie colonial Pre rogation were l1 IIar1 D 1 v j- t Cl 01 KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAN ii m r- f ffNTUGKY IRISH MERIGflli JHrrtM te UK Social ash era dVIcell1eltle t ol Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Menay Institute and Catholic Knights pf America KKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY gc tiBstted M tha Leulirlll PoiteMIca aa SecoodCloj MatUr AMrmill CoKHBiUttloBi lo the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West then St fi UN N TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 22 1911 JOKING WITH DJ ATIIII tlltih 0 Watkins of the rllle Board of Public Safety seems to 10 an unconscious Joker He wants to fix automobile speed limits at Presjon street on the east and at Fifteenth street on the west Is ItI not just as dangerous to be killed by an automobile at Shelby street is at Preston street Is there not is much traffic at Efghteenth street as on Fifteenth street Somebody has poked a little joker Into Mayor Heads cabinet The people of the residence districts are entitled to the same protection as those of the business section Human life Is the tame the city over and the law Tat protects It should be the same rywhere under the jurisdiction of Board of Safety or the city ernment Make laws that will ct all alike and cut out dlscrlc Ion Otherwise they will be a b and the present excessive loss kfo and injury to the people wl11 nuePOPESAND PEACE i Providence Visitor last week contained the following very ex cello t editorial on The Popes and PeaceThe letter of our Holy Father relating to the arbitration treaty Is another manifestation of the Pope solicitude for the worlds peace It was a gracious act Coming from the head cf the church it manifests the moral support the appreclatlo pAJid good will of the Catholic world It Is llrrf expression of religion sanctioning the efforts of the American people in behalf of peat The Pope has recognized and appreciated the spirit of America ho has witnessed the spirit of fair play the desire for justice and liberty he Las come to know the candor and en policy of our Government and trust the movements of the Ited States and therefore realize at fndour effortS for nlifversi l peace there areno sinister motives He has praised the efforts of tho Government because be believes and trusts it there Is something touchln p interest manifested by our Father Time was when his a added more strength to the j bf peace The Pope is to the nei born an arbitrator Sine agcfs of Roma persecution the es ave been erprpmoters of L 4 j f 8V Wh1h hordes off bar ojneefctfept like a hurricane from tti in olind devastationSo Iehitillr pursuits of met opes alone stood ling order out of chaos nts oaents no International socle hen in existence to aid their attitudes Yet oTln ihe thought ot the church the Popes tight rbarous customs and stilled i the hearts of the vage Invader the principles of irlstlanlty the love of the neigh rand the aversion to war Ht was the Popes who Instituted Truce of God which forbade on certain days of each week as the Popes who banIshed allsm by throwing their support the centrajgoyernments The- s united Europe to a man to JJcontinent against the Turk The power and InI ft the Pope was present at comIItrong nioXto the time when e not active in the e is touching though to the history of the Holy Fathers letter wed the need we are arvest Nineteen hun i ty leaching and tech earlng fruit And j ften that seed fell jlpbnd and on rocks yetoJJ3jfcround The rte ris mas fora- lr Ir I q nose toter abeoetboi has for tries tin sd IGOR X1tn be semoo 1ve letbAte shin tathoWeunrChan losII the more firmly convinced he becomes tha France is on the eve of anew era The people all over the country are thoroughly disgusted with the muddle the various republican governments one follow- Ing another in rapid succession have made of the countrys affairs France is cursed with a greater amount of red tape than any other country in the world Russia not even excepted The authorities areI unable to command the respect or the people and one community after another practically revoltsI against the Government Young men by the thousands refuse to serve I In the army The wine growers In the Aube refused to carry on localI government and dared the tax collectors to molest them If things of this kind are allowedI to go unpunished nothing in the world can save France from the3I horrors of anarchy another Rein 1 of Terror France was once calle II the eldest daughter of the Cathol- church From religion to irreltglo has brought about a woeful change OXK ABLE JUDGE It Is a pity that we have not mot Judges like Judge John Gibbons of the Circuit Court of Chicago who has announced that he never again will perform a marriage ceremon I have two reasons said the aged jurist One is that marriage belongs to the church Marriages performed outside the sanctity or church walls furnish 75 per cent tof our divorces Another Is that I ai 11 weary of all this turmoil and trouble which the dally grind of divorce I cases has unfolded to me No Judge or jurist can stand on the bench frog which he may some day grant a dlyorce to one of the parties to 111 marriage and lend the sanctity to a marriage ceremony 1 I eevry marriage were performed with church rites the divorce evil wouldI become an occasional marital tragedY instead of a national diseaseI Judge Gibbons is a member of the Leo XIII Council Knights of Columbus and he is the first Irish Catholic elevated to ih bench of Cook count by the Republican party HOME RULE The latest news irom London Is to the effect that the Unionist Peers have decided to pass the third reading o the veto bill without division The Tory journals Indorsed this idea and say that anything else would bi suicidal to the Peers This portends home rule for Ireland If Mayor Head wishes to do a avor for a long suffering public hi will refuse to make any more appoint vents on the Womans Nominating J I oard which is causing so muc 1 I jal1Ideputies busy to whimsI According to the latest programme of the Evening Post having their reporters betray ualoon keepers Bene Uct Arnold and Judas Iscariot 111 live would have no trouble in getting on Mr Knotts pay roll I SOCIAL CLUB SUNSET I MackIns Social Club will give a unset excursion with vaudeville en ertalnment next SatuV ay after- noonI July 29 The steamer Colum bla will leave the foot of First streett Iat 5 oclock sharp All the 1fI I rangements nave been completed and the committee In charjyj be Ives that nothing has been left undone to make the excursion a success r Tuells orchestra will render the music and Prof Tuell has selectedI a programme of superior excellence The best amateur talent in Louis 1 vllle will provide the vaudeville umbers Miss Lanna Long willI sing My Hero and Cuppld Is- Ktng MISS Gladys Rugel will give Down By the Old Mill Stream andL 1 Ill Be With You When the Southern Roses Are In Bloom Miss Bertha Cohn and AU yn- fanstei1 will appear in a sketch rjKanstoni I pear are Miss Jovlna Kraft and entley Barrett and Willing I nHjSIATl EHRMANN AS HOST Mr Hllmar Ehrmann proprietor I the Queen of Nelson distillery lUrtainiid his bowling club an4- Mfm1 l friends with a 7 oclock di- nftr at Sitnalnii Park last Tuesday lose present W6reHlhnar Ehr lrtoii R W Drown Prof LouisI liriiiann Bdward Epittlnx H Ehr san JrJ X A F trtin T Air B Board an John LI1 William cuechtenfcht J lKlqier AD Gretg John J n Set bert ildwardB Stengel Brt Curry and S u i ifi j it i 1 SOCIETY e 1JJIQ ftI5 Miss Anna Foley spent last week at Cerulean SpringsI Miss Mary McGinn who has been til is much Improved Miss Adel Moritz of Clifton Is vis Iting friends in Cincinnati Miss Elizabeth Broderlck of Portland Is visiting friends in ChIcagoII Miss Eva Beck has been spendingII the week at a house party at West Point Miss Ida Raldy is the guest of Mi and Mrs Harry Meyer at Beechmoiilt this week Miss Emma Sheridan has gone 1 to Chicago for a visit of several weeks to her aunt Miss Margaret Welsh of Clifton has been spending the week at Man moth Cave Mrs Carrie Reldllng has been viking at New Castle the guest of Mn W T Nolan I Mrs Emil Andersen and Olaf Anr dersen of Parkland are visiting iat- I Monmouth Ill I Mrs J P Connor and children of Oakdale are visiting Mrs Wad Brown at Samuels Miss Catherine Burke of Jeffei sonvllle Is In St Louis visiting her sister Mrs Lee Sparks I James Duffy of San Antonio Texas IIs visiting his father at Twer tythlrd and High streets IIMiss M Connaughton sailed Thur I j I day for Bremen and Paris where she will remain until September Miss Annabel Murray of Clifton left Sunday to spend several weeks In Cincinnati and New York eII Edward Chester son of Mr andI Mrs John Chester is seriously i111L at his home on Pope street II IMrs A M Schwab has returneI to Indianapolis after a pleasant vlslL to Mrs J J Moritz in Clifton I Mrs Elizabeth Sullivan and daug1 ter Myrtle of New Castle spent last week with friends in this city I Miss Marcella Kustefl of Highland Park will spend the month off Aug list wIth relatives in Fulton Ill Miss Annie McGill sailed Tuesday 11for Europe and before returning wll visit London Brussels and Paris rMr1 and Mrs J C Klrchdorfe aftrip to Michigan and Miss Mayme Donahue of Portland left the first of the week to vlsl relatives and friends in PennsylvaniaI 1 I Misses Llbble and Anastasia Kir wan are on an Eastern trip to Niagara Falls New York and Atlantic City Miss Mildred Rapier of New Haven arrived last week for Tin extend ed visit to her sister Mrs Sam J Cant I IMiss Beezle Hannon sailed thtI spendfa month in the principal t EuropeMisses Anna and Viola Sheehan3- of Bardstown have been Here for ia- I visit to their aunt Mrs Meany In I Portland Miss Adelaide Crush who is visit 3Ing Helen Griffin of Indianapolis 1IsI being handsomely entertained In theI Hoosier Capital I 11Mrs Thomas J Judge who has been visiting her mother Mrs John F OBrien has returned to her home I IMrs Birmingham Mary AlaII Miss Anna have returned from New Haven where they were the guests of Mrs Mary Jane Price K fMrs Merrltt Drane and her guest Mrs Fitzpatrick of Chicago have returned from a visit to Mrs Mary Bass a4 Campbellsvllle Mrs Ida C Nelllgan and little niece Clara Lee Scott will return next week from a ten days sojourn at French Lick Springs tMiss Katie Drlscoll of Hajnilton avenue Is spending her vacationIII among the Michigan lakes and will return home about August 1 John T Malone and daughter Miss Edith of the Highlands will leave soon to join Mrs Malone and children at Bay View Mich 1lIIrs K Monlckc of St Louis who has been spending several weeks in Louisville as the guest of friends and relatives will retujrn home today 1Pat Flynn who has been residing at Shreveport La during the past lye years is vllstlng his brother Barney Flynn on West Market treet IMrs Katie Iiargan and daughter lUlsllIarr Joe have been visiting elatives at Hodgenville where they expected to locate in the near IareutureMrs A F ONelU who has been In at her home OR Bank street New Albany has almost entirely recoy tered to toe great relief ofMer many riendsn + Dr and Xn P 3 Gakill ceJc rate their fitioeath TtMdlngaanl irrry with ait iBformal1 rceptieq- otn 7 to 11selock pJnoit AUPt Ltt Mrs Jofah McjAteer M returned row Battle Greek Mich where she 1a O spent several weeks with her daugh ter Mrs James Wlntersmlth of Oklahoma James Edward and Robert Einme McGrath the little sons of Mr and I Mrs Frank McGrath are spending several weeks at the old Vandeyente place In the county 1 Mrs Thomas Keenan Mrs George J Butler Mrs Garrett MaloneyII Misses Anna Butler and Maggie Keenan left Monday to spend twoI weeks at Grayson Springs Mrs L S Merlmee and little daughter are spending a few days 1 in Frankfort with her husband who 1Is assistant to McKenzie R Todd State Examiner and Inspector Messrs and Mesdames H Schultc Henry Bosquet Louis Hugelmeyei A Conner and George Scheer wet among the guests of the past week at Sweet Sulphur Springs Velpen Ind Judge and Mrs Matt ODohert went to New York on Thursday and early next week wilt sail for Europe to spend two months They expect to spend niost of the time in Ireland and France Misses Mary Mullen Margar Connelly and Agnes Dixon of Jet fersonvllle and Anna Madden ot New Albany will leave Monday for a ten days trip to St Marys of the Woods and Terre Haute Mr and Mrs E J Langan have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Nell Burgess to R T pawson a well known resident of indlanapolls Their marriage wm be solemnized In the fall Mrs James F Gentry of St Louis who has been the guest tof Mrs Wallace Renfro has returne home During her stay in Loulsvill she was extensively entertained by old neighbors and friends Mrs H T Esterle and little daughter Miss CorInne Torpey Esterl Hoopstown Ill ttohave gone to spend the remainder of the heated I term While in Illinois they will be I guests of their cousin Hugh Torpej and family LMrs Mary Clines of Fifth stree left Sunday to spend two weeks iIn- I Montgomery Ala as the guest or her brother William A Manning I cityIter Miss Mary Clines People are wondering why Dave Maloney sings all day long Come Kiss Me Honey The answer I1Is easy A brand new baby boy arrive at his house and the proud fathe feels like singing Mrs Maloney and the new baby are doing nicely Mrs Margaret Kennedy of 1130 Bardstown road has returned from a visit to St Catherine of Sienna Academy in Washington county where she was the guest of her cousin Sister Angela formerly Mss Coleman of Louisville Mrs Ken nedy Is loud In her praise of the hospitable treatment accorded her byI the Dominican nuns Mr and Mrs James CummIngs of South Louisville have returned from a months trip to Mt Clemens Mich and Canada Mrs Cummings was suffering badly from rheumatism i when she left but returned home thoroughly cured Both speak hlghl of the thrift and prosperity of the North and also extol the pleasure of boat riding on Lake St ClairII NEW HONORSII ThrustUpon Mother Eutro pla of the Sisters of Charity The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth NazarethIthe first general chapter since the order was officially recognized by Pope Plua X two years ago Sister Eutropla was elected Mother General Sister Rose Assistant Mother Sister Julia Second Assistant Mother Sister Mary Stephen Third Assistant Mother and Sister Matle Fourth Assistant Mother The Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G was present at the election Under the new regime the order has a Mother General and four assistant loathers Heretofore the order has had only one Mother Su perior At present there are tyfive houses of the sevenII the United States Sister the new Mother General has been I Mother Superior for three years For several years she was Mother Su perior at Presentation Academy ST ANNS DAY I Next Wednesday will be St Anns day and will be celebrated at St Anns church Seventh and Daviess treets with a solemn high mass The pastor Rev Father John T till will be the celebrant and will be assisted by several local clergy menFather Hill will also officiate i t solemn vespers in the evening at 730 oclock At both ceremonies hose present will be blessed with a relic of St Ann In the evening a handsome crucifix will also be leased ST WILLIAMS FETE l There will be a lawn fete fot the nefit of St Williams church onto lawn Oak street near Thirteenth next Tuesday and Wednesday fternoqns and evenings Supper wills served and there wll be a ountlfull supply of ice cream The paator Rev Lawrence B Fordlni- lteilbl friends from all over the cltitoattend FEAST OP MT CARMEL 1 LMt Sunday the church ek braiwl tho teaK of our Lady of Mtr anptlhot the acapwlar foast cupular hate bean avers for ea iJlrl B ir devout Oftolic as a edge op faith 1 4 iNNNl NNN NNOiN Ni N 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Catholic men of Iron Mountain Wis will soon Institute a new council Wisconsin Knights voted 500 to the support of the St Paul UniversIty chapel at Madison J The convention recently held at Sault Ste Marie Ont had an at tendance of over 400 President Taft will visit Peoria In September and while there will ad dress an assemblage of the Knights The Knights of Eau Claire Wis have presented the local Public LI- brary with a set of the Catholic EncyclopediaJohn newlyIColumbusI Nov and military parade under the auspices of the municipality Maynor Gaynoi has appointed a committee of prom inent cltlezns to carry out the project The National Council will be rep resentedat the National Fraternal Congress to be held at Cambridge Springs Pa next week For this purpose Supreme Knight Flaherty has named State Deputy Charles Me Alevy of Rhode Island For 21000 the Knights of Colum bus of Spokane Wash last week closed negotiations for the purchase of the southwest corner of Washington street and Seventh avenue as the site for the new home and club building which will be built In the next year SCORE AGAIN Hibernians Held Old Time Reunion and IramllY Plcdlc IThe annual picnic and reunion given under the joint auspices of the County Board and four local divisions of the Ancient Order of Ilbernlans at Phoenix Hill Park onII Thursday was a great success Threatening weather may have deterred a few but the crowd was large enough to be comfortable and homelike Everybody seemed to snow everybody else and It was a toed old fAshioned gathering of rlsh friends and neighbors- Of I course there were lots of Americans on hand to spend the afternoon and evening with their rlshAmerlcan brethren and all were made to feel at home The orchestra under the direction of Prof Dennis Collins rendered ex client music for the dancers and he greater part of It was Irish music Much 6t the success of the pIcnic is due to the active labors of he Press and publicity Committee VISITED Us FATHER James P Cronin a veteran rall oad employe and lather of the Very Uv James P Cronta4 V 0 It feri 111 athte borne In Lexington 1oullY Cronla spent several days at and left him somewhat rnproleill BISHOP IMPROVBS 11 it tg Iraaiqto Irltndi of the Itttdht Itt7 BUhop fyMffifa to urn that bela rtedUhttpr vlafi l r IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUPACTURUD BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated First end River Both Phones 2287 Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Louisville Kv JeftersonvlHe Ind Phone MS I t I I 1111111 II III I TIME WIXES GHAKPAGN + ALWLJ3 jI845 West Green Street LIQUOR OIOARB F03i- m UMaw UU II tot H PITTSBURG COAL 375- PER TON TELEPHQNELaoning COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA ICEFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery will be prompt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish ice for all occasions 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THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Beth Phones 223 r HERRMANN BROS nn oauRss1- U FINE WINES AND l1XlpyoilS attllfs Ddw1oJeHJetji sn to PioMt Brandt ot Kc tueky Whiskies aqtMtaUy Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND- II 1148 194 PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedequipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts PONTAINE FERRV The Parts Beautiful High Class Family Amusement Resort FREE CONCERTS Ever Afternoon and Evening by Sing nano s Convert Band XTRAOOOD VAUDEVILLE Two Shows Daily 3 p m 830 p m SPECIAL FREE FEATURES Admission tq Park Afternoons free after 6 p m lOco Children accompa nied by parents free at all times SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 1150MILES FOR 1501i On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the strelteverySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where arrivinghomeJ ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c CATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB A euchre for the benefit of tho Cathedral Altar Society will bo held at the Catholic Womans Club on tho afternoon and evening of Thursday September 7 The afternoon games will be called at 230 oclock and the evening games at 3 oclock Handsome prizes will be awarded the winners The tickets are only twentyfive cents STATE PAIR DAYS KentuckyStatewill be Educational and School Chil drens day This means that many thousands ofclilldrenwill be on the groalncIj Especial care will betaken tp iethat they are properly looked alter and Secretary Shy says thex wlUl be as safe as It they were In their own aomes Many iwurares Pspecis1llYI designed to Interest the little jqllci will be arranged for that Tuesday Qlll be mothers farm tn awl good roade day Wdne o Lily yrm be Governors Indian and Louisville day Thnredar 1f1l1be Kentucky and press day TttdaYI ianjiidatea and fraternal day and fday boosters day a t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- Ncws Notes Where was Con Ford last Sunday Ask him What will Kentucky do for thet diamond jubilee- Councilman Mike McDermott hall Hertrand Hall cool and comfortable for Sundaysmeeting Great activity IE now manifest 1In the Southern States visited by Na tlonal President Regan On a recent Sunday fifty members s were received into the Ladles Auxiliary at Winnipeg Manitoba The proposed address to Catholic Irishmen should bring into thp order several hundred new members Next comes the Ladies Auxiliary outing at Fontaine 11erry All should lend their aid and thus make it a grand success County President Coleman has the right idea of increasing the mem bership He is working zealously for all the divisions Much credit Is due tho Press Committee for Its work for the picnic To their efforts is largely duo the splendid success achieved The Hibernians of Pueblo Col gave a dance Monday for the bene fit of the uniform fund for the mili tary company recently formed The action of Division 3 in chang ing its meeting night for their Fon taine Ferry outing is much appreciated by the Ladles Auxiliary- At the next County Board meeting the subject of interest will be the proposed St Patricks day parade By all means let us have onea big oneINational President Regan Is doing excellent work In the South Dates are being arranged for him in Texas Georgia Alabama Louisiana and Tennessee Members who have tickets for the Phoenix Hill picnic are urgently requested to make returns for the same at the next meeting of their respective divisions The inspiration of tho presence of I National President Regan has helped to give new life to the order In localities where it was lagging Bring him to Kentucky When Father OFlanagan and Flonan McColum the Irish envoys visited Butte Mont Division 1 of that city contributed 100 to tho language movement they represent The suggestion that National President Regan be invited to visit unIversalwould give him a royal reception Syracuse Hibernians held their annual celebration Thursday at Long Branch and In addition to tho usual attraqtlons presented an ot tenslvo programme of athletic eventsThe divisions of Portland Ore will observe the diamond Jubilee of the order with a three days celebra tion beginning Sunday September 3 with an initiation of seventyfive candidatesLadles Auxiliary 1 oj Minneapolis I annlIversaryI row at Mlnnehaha Falls and a social I card party and dance at their hall Monday night- President I William Murphy re mained at hpme Sunday to entertain a young Hibernian Just arrived With the big President there are now seven In the family enough to start another division Division 4 meets Monday night and a large attendance is looked for President Hennessy will present to the meeting a number of commu nications and matters of Interest to every one in the order Charles Obst came a long distance to attend tho quarterly meeting and received the glad hand from every body Tic Is one of the most energetic meaiebrs of the order and has for years been one of the mainstays of Division 2 Upon all sides are heard expres sions of satisfaction over the re sults of the quarterly meetings They bring the members together and promote a feeling and Interest that must prove beneficial and strengthen the orde- rYELLOW BROTHER Enters Novitiate of Jesuits In Southern Part of California The first Japanese In America to enter the Jesuit order is Francis Masul of Spokane Wash He has entered the novitiate at Los Gatos Cal as a lay brother Masul was converted in Spokane six years ago He Is twentyfour years of age and his home lain Japan where his parents still reside The decision of the young Jap anese to enter the Jesuit order is con sidered by local Catholics to be of historical significance recalling as it does the early part of the seventeenth century when hundreds of Japanese Catholics were martyred Of recent years several Japanese have become Catholic converts but Masul Is the first in this country to enter theor der With Masul went three Gonzaga students William OBrJen son of T P OBrien Spokane Daniel Meagher Missoula Mont and John I J Keep of Boston Mass They will enter the Jesuit order with the object ofbecomlngprlestsIJ SUBSCRIBING MBERALLY To date 126000 has been subscribed for the Gibbons Hall fund This means that the Cardinal Gib bone Memorial Hall In Washington 00 IBI a certainty t CAME HBRB TO MARRY Mina Laura Nawoomer Of Muucle I 0f1RJgglvll1eIndI arid wereQuleUymahiMat the First German Evangelical Lutheran M- I1 at church on Broadway near Under dill street at high noon on Wednesday After a brief bridal trip Mr and Mrs Slcgler will make theli home at Muncie where Mr Siegle r frill engage In the bakery business CHICAGO GAELS Planning Greatest Pete 01 tWestern World For September The CelticAmerican Societies o t Chicago are preparing to hold a mon ster demonstration at Brands Pat on September 17 It promises to bone a of tho greatest Irish gathering ever held in the Western hem laphere Hon John E Redmond the Irish Parliamentary leader Hon T P OConnor one fhls able lieutenants and William Jennmgi Bryan will deliver addresses The societies think they will suc ceed In their efforts to bring ait Irish band to the United States to furnish the music They arc now 1li correspondence with St Marys of Limerick and the Clonmell Pipers band and it is expected one will b eI securbd Outside of the orator of that day the other attractions will be the Irish dancing championship of the world in which Prof Treahy champion dancer of Ireland wil1 meet Prof OConnor of New York and Profs McNamara Ryan Cole man and Hardiman of Chicago Twentysix Catholic societies have Joined to get up the affair FIRST ANNIVERSARY The Rev Father Patrick Monag han Secretary to Bishop ODonag hue observed the first anniversary of his ordination last Sunday by of- fIciating at solemn high mass at St Patricks church Rev Father Mc Aleer was the deacon and M Norton a student at St Louis University was subdeacon An eloquent sermon was preached by the Very Rev Father James P Cronln V G LAST SALES DAY I The Board of Public Safety on Wednesday accepted the resignation of J A Sales as a member of the Louisville police force Sales was a Lieutenant under the Head re gime His resignation came under charges of sleeping on duty and conduct unbecoming an officer Sales will not be missed- hONTAINE FERRY Afternoon and night Fontaine Ferry Park Is thronged with people seeking pleasure and relief from the heat of the city The theatre has been the mecca for thousands and the bill for next week should main tain its popularity All the park amusement devices are well patron ized and the music in the park con tinues a popular feature for music lovers RECENT DEATHS Edward Farrell well and favorably known on the Hill died at his home 1125 Rogers street on Tuesday afternoon He is survived by his wife who was Miss Catherine Dunn and was a brotherinlaw of Thomas Dunn candidate for Con stable In the Fifth Magisterial district The funeral took place from St Aloysius church on Thursday morning EARLY CANDIDATE Councilman Bernard A Coll of Jeffersonvllle has formally announced his candidacy for Treasurer of Clark county Indiana subject to the action of the Democratic primary next spring Mr Coll held the office for two terms of two years each- f Louisville votes would elect him Barney would be a sure winner PATRONAL FEAST Tomorrow the feast of St Vlncqnt de Paul will be solemnly observed at St Vincent de Paul church Shelby and Oak streets At 10 oclock Rev Father A J Thome the pastor will eelebrate high mass and preach a panegyric of the patron saint of the church Solemn vespers will be sung it 230 oclock OHIOS BIG MAX DEAD Heart disease caused the death on Sunday of William McCarthy aged forty at Canal Dover He Is said to have been the largest man In Ohio During the last year he had gained flesh at the rate of five pounds a month and at the time of his death weighed 495 pounds OLb FASHIONED OUTING The locomotive engineers em ployed on the Illinois Central and Henderson roads will give aa old fashioned outing at Fern Grove on August 19 The boats will leave the foot of First street at 9 oclock In the morning and at 1 oclock in the afternoon A good time is assured all who attends OLD WARRIOR DIES Michael Mooney said to have been one of the two survivors of the crew which manned the Monitor when It fought and vanquished theII Confederate steamer Merrimac at Sawtelle CaT last Saturday He was an Inmate of the National Soldiers Home there The other survivor Is said to live In Philadelphia NIAGARA EXCURSION Members of Mackin Council are hustling to m kethe excursion to Niagara Falls August ID to 20 a success The total expense to each person making the trip ill be 8860 Attorney Joseph AJianc c- khoHoftaeIs in the LoulsyDle Trust building Is managing tl e- affair 11 1I1S6IONAItrJCB at1d6T AJJtbemlieuirrptiHtaot the PanloniDt Order tre taking a much needed rest at 8a edteart Retreat They will resume 1heit arduous mis sionary work In September L IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I At a meeting of the committee ot fthe GalwayTown Tenants League 193 tenants were elected members QuartoonlyfOUrposal successionkQuarterSessionsSessionsD Mulcahy has been appointed technicaltchooiKings county Much regret has been occasioned In North Meath by the death of Pat tookIplace at an advanced age thenJudge was presented with a pair of white gloves as a token of there being no criminal cases on the calendar By the death of Alderman Mat thew CoJIery SlIgo loses one of itb prominent and respected townsmen The deceased was son of the late Alderman Collery The Most Rev Dr Browne Bishop of Cloyne and Dr WIndle were unanimously elected Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Cork County Technical Qpmmittee After thirtynine years as a kindly pastor counsellor and friend the Very Rev Canon McMahon has re tired much to the regret of his par ishioners at Kilmlhlll County Clare In order to insure a thorough spraying of the potato crop In County Leltrlm the Department of Agri culture has made arrangements to sell the farmers spraying machines The death of Patrick Herlihy of Rockchapel took place recently at the fine old ago of ninetyseven years Ho was prominent in the Fenian movement in his native dis trictThrough the accidental discharge of his gun while shooting crows a young man named Sinnnott living near New Ross was killed the con tents of one barrel lodging in his bodyAt a recent meeting of the Athy Urban Council a letter was read from the Local Government Board stating that they could not sanction the appointment of Michaell Bradley as Town Surveyor- A verdict of suicide while tem porarily insane was returned at an Inquest on the body of a shoemaker named Thomas Gray who was found dead In his house at Thurles with a bullet wound in his head A woman of middle ago named Ellen Molloy of Crevenmcnagh near Athlone after helping an Infirm man Into tho workhouse ambulance van prior to his removal to the hospital suddenly collapsed and died Out of a population of nearly 20000 In the New Ross Petty Ses alone districts there was not a single case of drunkenness at the last Petty Sessions Court This has happened frequently during the past six or eight months At the annual meeting of the Car low County Council Walter Kavanagh was unanimously reelected Chair man His ability as a Chairman apart altogether from his intellectual qualities In many other respects make him an invaluable asset In the public Ufo of the County Carlow The death Is Intimated of Matthew Kinsella one of the oldest members of the Fenian organization in Dublin Deceased was connected with the Id vincible movement and was sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment for the Tighe street murder in 1891 Kin selJa served the full term In Maryborough Downpatrlck and Mountjoy prisons k FINE G1ET Countess Remembers Her Old Home in KIt kenny A valuable presentation was re cently made to the Cathedral of Kil kenny Ireland the donor being the Countess von MusllMollenbruck now residing at Baden in Austria The Countess Is a native of the diocese of Ossory her maiden name be ing Miss Julia Molloy She became acquainted with the distinguished foreign nobleman who afterward be came her husband In California She never forgot her own country or her own home nor the church to which she belonged and of which the Count and herself are faithful and devoted members Her gifts to the Cathedral include a magnificent chalice clborlum and monstrance all of solid silver a beautiful oil paint ing of the Madonna a copy of bustofmarble standing on a marble pedes tal a richly woven carpet for the sanctuary and a set of altar cloths finished with beautifully worked lace PRESIDENT GREETS TEACHERS The University Summer School for teaching Sisters and women teachers et Washington DC has registration and the great majority of them are nuns Last week they visited the dntroduucedto I 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sick list The division gave a hearty welcome to the visitors from the County Board They wero County President D J Coleman Sec retary Thomas Stevens of Division 3 Thomas Langan and Thomas Lynch of Division 4 and John Q Session of Division 3 James Barry for the Finance Committee reported the transactions of the past six months and showed that the treasury had been increased notwithstanding the heavy expense and many benefits paid out T W Tarpey reported that Division 1 had perfected all Its arrangements for the annual picnic County President D J Coleman complimented Division 1 on Its good attendance and active work and urged all to strive to increase the membership Hd slted that the ut most harmony previod between the County Board and 6 various divis ions and said that he Indications pronged the large membership in th cry k on r in Louisville cy Tvalsh made an b and called at jxm 4 icelleni work done 4v vi9 Press Committee In advertis 161e picnic Others who spoke were State Senator Mark Ryan LynchltThomas Lawler was represent Division 1 on the commit tee which is to prepare an address setting forth the alms and objects of the order CENTRAL COMMITTEE Heard Reports andAn Able Address From Gen Reichert The Central Committee C It of A held a well attended meeting on Friday night of llast week President Eugene McCarthy occupied the chair and after the minutes had been read and approved announced the death ol Attorney Newton 0 Rogers a for mer President of the Central Com mittee The committee that ar ranged the excursion toJasper made Its report and showed that the at fair had been a social and financial success The Central Committee accepted the Invitation of Fontaine Ferry Park to hold the annual C K of A outing there on August 23 Several branches announced that they were receiving applications for member ship and quite a lot of routine busi ness was transacted Gen Michael Reichert made an able address on organization His remarks were an Important feature of themeeting JPK1EST SUCCUMBS Veteran Worker In Southern Indiana Answers Last Call The Rev Father Alexander Koes ter died at St Edwards Hospital Now Albany on Wednesday He had been a patient in that institution for five years and suffered from a com plication of aliments His death was not unexpected Father Koester was born in Oldenburg Germany sixtytwo years ago and had been a priest Jblntyslx years For thirty years he labored on various missions in Southern In diana and was still hard at wor when illness forced a cessation of his labors The funeral took place from St Marys church yesterday morning and many priests from Southern In diana and Louisville were present in the sanotuaryHOPKINS For next week the Hopkins The ater will have another of its popular laughing bills which the manage announces as one of the best f the season The numbers include comedy business never pre sented here novelty and burlesque acjs and vocal and musical turns that will please Its patrons and add to its popularity Foil ST ANNS SOHOOI A lawn fete for the benefit orI St Anns school will be given on church lawn Seventh and Da1 ies avenue on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and evenings I August 23 and 24 The euchre games will bo called at 3 and SIj I oclock Supper will be served I evening by the ladles of the congre J gotten Quite a number of handsome J articles have been donated to RevI Father Hill fOr the fete ELECTED DELEGATE Chickasaw Council YM I of Memphis at a largely attended i meeting last week elected George W DIchtel as Its delegate to the Council convention to be tiextmonthDeleIgata I rthltermI ward P Colbert was chpjuri as alternate I CATHOLIC KNIGHTS DAY The Catholic Knights of America will have their nu louUfig at Foutalri Ferry Park on WtdriWdty August S3 There wllPW special rnd viUc turn muilc sift otksr I t lIipecil praitramm will be arranged and Will sobto b 1 announced l 1 Rr SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O LX DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday Presldeat William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kin Recording Secretary Joseph E FArrellFInancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SeigeantatAras Louis Roller DIVISION 2 MeeU First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford VIce PresidentErnest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam T MeehanFinancial S cretaryJohnJ KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets Flat and Third Mondays IlneteeHlh and Portland PresidentD J Coleman HouriganRecording sI Stevens Financial SecretarYJ O Hes etonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Rertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretarYThontas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentinelbf J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall Oounty President Lawrence FordPresldentJohn O Cole MurphyRecording Mc Orodyfinancial HoganTreasurerB SergeantatArms Michael Oar citySentinelThomas Oleason MarshalMichael Noon Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ClubHousePresident Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretarYF O Adams Recording SecretarYR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker bergTreasurerW A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart i rtj111t lit 1 11bt1t 0DamlanllvllleI 1910MytromEplleptlo InweekdayOurresults Rev Otto Meier recommended whichshegenthKoenigtheAne sinceMrs sheI wrltesFokwhichcontinued i took Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic an heartIJeatFREE Ne1vouspattentsFortWayneKOENIG MED CO Chicago III loa Lake Street Sold fILaral 5149 COLONELS ILL LUCK j Louisville will play today tomor mow and Monday at Milwaukee and will then Jump to Kansas City for a arehopingcanbreaki IntheseI waukeo has proven to be the sur predieted timeIClarkMarshall lastithat when a team is j going bad overythlna breaks bad for them in whichLoulsvllleshare seeming to have Hayes all of the time coupled with Eddinger who tries to even up on bad decis ions But on the whole our slump could be traced to one fact that of the Injury to Lennox although Rob otIIsponslbTp rou losing streak Right now of all times Is when the Ctang can prove their loyalty by pin ning their falter to the management I I and club toreeover their lost pres I tie which will not prove bard as Itls anybody slrace just at present and evetypne a eoriterider 6IUIIOUttLY ILL Capt Andy Xtak l for thirtyfive rTtlU iwutJber of the lipaW J rtile pollw tort flu crlttcully ill His I atLpUtJi e t b r- X 5 ig yt FOURTEENr Young VVoiien Give Up All ror Sake of Their Religion AcademyCrescentIng fourteen young ladles made their profession as Ursullne nuns and seven others were received as postulants Those who made their profession had received the habit two years ago The postulants first ap peared as brides and upon signifying their Intention to become members of the order retired divested them selves of the bridal garments and ap peared In the garb of the Ursuline SistersTho nuns who made their profes slon were Sister Mary Zlta formerly Miss Angela Wilkins Sister Miriam formerly Miss Minnie Feldman Sis ter M Demetrla formerly Miss Anna May Coleman Sister M Angelina formerly Miss Eda Gels Sister M Leonore formerly Miss Bertha Cook Sister M Lydia formerly Miss Lula Fowler Sister M Agnella formerly Miss Mary Halbleib Sister M Amanda formerly Miss Mary Cau field Sister M Lloba formerly Miss Hilda Reins Sister M Hildegard for merly Miss Bertha Kruse Sister M Boniface formerly Miss Josephine Lenz Sister M De Lourdes formerly Miss Emily Gohmann Sister M Theodollnda formerly Miss Catherine Obermeler Sister M Mercedes for merly Miss Elizabeth OConnell The novices were Misses Josephine Wessel Mary Pfaadt Bessie Belcher Katie Guenther Flora Tillman Kati Fisher and Katie Constantine FESTIVAL Of St Vincent de Paul Will Be Observed at St Georges Tomorrow will Uo celebrated the world ovor by members ol the St Vincent de Paul Society because U1 Is the first Sunday after the feast of St Vincent de Paul Here In Louisville the members will have their general communion at the 730 oclock mass at St Georges church The general meeting of all the con terences In the city will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall Fourth avenue near York at 3 oclock in the afternoon St Francis Hall in the basement of tho Cathe dral where the general meetings are usually held Is undergoing extensive renovation and repairs and the Knights of Columbus graciously ten dered their hall for tomorrows meet ingFather George Weiss tho pastor will be the celebrant of the mass and the church which seats about 700 people will be reserved entirely for the Vlncentians Prof Leo Kollross will direct the choir iade up of members of the society from the various choirs of the city and an ex cellent musical programme will be rendered The Louisville Railway Company has promised to place ox tra cars on the Elghteenthstreo line from 7 to 730 oclock Insuring ample accommodation for members from all sections of the city UP THEY GO J G Clifford and JJ Flynn Both Earn Nice New Berths C F ilea who is proving a safe land sane Superintendent of I Machinery for the Louisville a Nash vllle Railroad Company has appoint ed J G Clifford master mechanic of terminals at Louisville and John J Flynn for several years master mechanic at Nashville assistant to Mr Clifford Mr Giles believes in the homo grown product Instead of import iIng outsiders ho line promoted two yearsItheir lives to company Johnny Flynn is a native of Louisville was raised in Limerick educated at St Xaviers College and served his apprenticeship at the L and N shops He has been climb ing ever since Mr Clifford is an other L and N standby and has been here so long that ho has become a Loulsvlllian by adoption MOTION PICTURE Always cool and comfortable the Casino and Orpheum have listed for presentation next week moving pictures not seen here before This in Itself will lend interest to the pro gramme and as all their offerings have received the seal of approval drawingglcardalarge and pleased audiences PICNIC AND dinCJCEN FRy The third annual picnic and chicken fry of the congregation of St VJncont do Paul will be held at Phoenix Hill Park next Wednesday It will be an all day affair Children under twelve years old will be ad mitted free The euchre and lotto games will be called at 2 oclock in thee afternoon Whatever funds ac crue will be devoted to the new school of St Vincent de Paul parish WINS PROMOTION It was with great pleasure that the Louisville friends of Edward A Cosgrdve learned that he had been promoted to the position of general sales manager for the Alermod Jaccard King Jewelery Company of Sit Louis Mr CoBgrove removed from Louisville to St Loula about eight years ago He is a brother of HonP J Cosgrove the attorney mUll DAY The Hibernians of 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