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I- J I t1 Q 1 u AMERICAN VOLUME XXVIINO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 29 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS BEDLAM Broke Loose in British Yetis of Commons Last Monday Premier Asquith Howled DOVB In Derision by the Last Ditchers Crisis In tho Unionist Party and Conservatives are In Danger ADJOURNS IN GREAT DISORDER Bedlam broke loose in tjie British I House of Commons on Monday when i Premier Asqulth attempted to speak I For the first time In the history of Parliament the Speaker was corn Veiled to Invoke the rule which em powers him In case of grave disorder j to declare the sitting adjourned on fortyfivefutile attempts to read from a manu script and the Unionists at each at tempt howled him down It is al leged that It was the younger mem bers of the Unionist faction who carried on the tumult The majority of their colleagues regret it and fear byincreasing I their opponents and alienating the sympathies of the country I Probably a week will elapse be fore the veto bill which caused the tumult will be brought up again In the House of Commons Meanwhile I both sides are preparing to hold dem I onstrations in an effort to test their I strength The extremists in the Union party arranged a dinner for the Earl of Halsbury F E Smith one of the last ditchers who was a leader in the disturbance on Monday arranged the demonstration in honor of the Earl and declared he had theII J acceptance of 100 Peers If the party splits as a result of the present trained conditions the extremists probably select the Earl of Sel I 1111 as leader rthur Balfour the present leader f tho Unionists deplored the dls Irderly occurrences of Monday ands a result cancelled an engagement j tp address a mass meeting ofhls supI jortecsonthefollowingday Jn hlsI to the committee that had ar P Jd the meeting Mr Balfour i LThe unexpected turn political nts have taken during the last Ldays even hourshas thrown me a special burden of work makes it scarcely possible for I i undertake the additional ex 8 involved in a great meeting city I venture to ask that the I Ing may be postponed to a Convenient though I trust not I date lie other hand the Liberals are I Jig a mammoth dinner in t Premier Asqulth Prom tong the disorderly ones on o I was Lord Hugh Cecil the onserv tlve free trader from Ox ord University who incessantly chanted Divide Divide Divide Other Un onlsts shouted Hurrah for Redmond He Is the real leader Mr Redm nd only met these re marks wltn gestures of tferlslon At one tune Premier Asquith got as far In his remarks as The House of Commons carried a resolution in favor of tho bill In 1910 by a large majority arm but for the death of King Edward I I Keep the King out of politics I Who killed him You did resounded from the opposition benches II Mr tJaItou took the floor and was accorded a respectable heading He said he regret erl that he was unable to hear what the Prime Minister had to say but he added that everybody understood thai such proceedings as those In which his Majestys Minis Indulged not but exciteters have can I the deep and passionate feelings of the great mass of the community Following the tumult of Monday I night Lord Lans lowne issued an appeal to the Unionists Peers to support him Ono hundred and nine j replied at onto aid in tbn affirma tive The really iIinfluential members of the Conservative party stand with jI Lord Lansdowno ln favor of a peace ful solution of the situation These tI Include almost all the members of the last ConservatlvW Cabinet men like Viscount Curzon Baron Middle ton and Lord Crone who talk little but have immense p wer Every sane Tory realizes that the I creation of the new Peers means Liberal omnipotence I during three I eventual years and the death of the exItirpatIonI I nometuie for Ireland- PRACTIOAL V I ADD ESSIS Those active In the Bclal reform movement will receive some practi cal hints from the addresses of His Grace Archbishop Messmer who will I speak on Christian Social Reform I I and John Mitchell who will have for his subject The Philosophy of Trade Unionism at the tenth national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies DEOI nmSrE8TIIO All On September 2 next H6 t Rev Tbomae Ji Crr will MrJie ti year ArchWefeop W llleitw tyfive jJ bourn AMtralla TfcieivkUjr theJ r e fd- tt clergy and laity took steps to com memorate the jubilee by the Inauguration or completion of some large work of public utility as a mpnu mept to his labor for a quarter of a century in the diocese When tho Archbishop heard of it he called a halt declaring he could accept no manifestation of good will that would involve pecuniary sacrifice on the part of a most generous people A few years ago Archbishop Carr was presented with the unencumbered title deeds of the Cathedral Hall at a cost of 40000 QUEER Germans to Raise Irish Hops For English S Beer Germany Is going to Invade Eng land by way of Ireland That sounds funny but It is none the less true A German nobleman with agricultural and commercial procllivtles has bought 2000 acres of land in Ireland and proposes to raise hops and dispose of them to English brewers Baron von Hurst who with his brother is one of the largest hop growers in the world will plant American hop roots on his 2000 acres anil If the experiment proves profitable will buy more land and extend Ills operations His hop fields In Lower California are quite ex tensive and for ten years he has been supplying the English market with hops that the unsuspecting Briton supposed were raised In Kent Then came the tax and American hops became almost prohibitive in Great Britain As England is the greatest con sumer of hops of any country in the whole of Europe it became this German hop king to look around a bit He knew that the Kent hop fields had been worked so long that they were almost barren So he went to Ire landI have found he said a spot in Ireland where the rainfall and sunshine the year round are almost the same as In the best hop growing section of Kent Still better the soil is practically virgin because as you know Irish farming lands have lath dormant for years on account of the land troubles The chemical ingredients In the soil are almost the same as those in our hop fields in California The subsoil is much bet ter than that in Kent- I have bought only two thousand acres to start with but if everything turns out as we think it will I shall take much bigger holdings although of course the price will run up onus I got this two thousand acres t Yceap u 1 jntCnd ttAtant it t 1 tIt three kinds of roots The female roots Ill bring from California because they are stronger and more prolific than those from Germany or the east of America The male roots I will bring from the northern part of New York State and from Bohemia It will be a sort of cos mopolitan hop that we will grow In Ireland Baron von Hurst will not employ Irish labor in the beginning because the Irish people are not familiar with hop culture He will import 1100 Germans who understand the business to begin his extensive workThe barons home is In Coburg Castle Germany but he spends much of his time In Amerlcaand England HOLY CROSS Getting Ready For Annual Lawn Fete and Supper The members of Holy Cross I church Thirtysecond and Broadway I have almost completed arrange mfents for the electric lawn fete and supper to be given on the beautiful church grounds on Monday and Tuesday August 7 and 8 There will be a great variety of booths and amusements and the suppers will be delicious Ben A Linneman is the Chairman and E J Fox the Secretary and they are being assisted by the following committees Dining RoomMesdames T Well- Ington F Klunder J Baker Messrs B1 Campbell E Brennan Wheel of FortuneMessrs T Fil ben T Gerst G Berry C Thoben Ice Cream BoothC Penn Soft Drink BoothMessrs Ed ward Llcktelg John Huber Edward Rattermau Fish Pond MsscB Bertha Weiss Agnes Wellington- Novelty Booth Misses Marie Lln nemann Florence Zoeller Mrs F Queenan Candy WheelJohn Duttllnger Mesdames B A Llnnemann and J Duttllnger Press CommitteeJoe Fontana and Frank Gathof- Entertainment Committee Mr Harold John Sullivan John Weiss Rev John Sheridan is the pastor of this growing parish which extends an Invitation to all our citizens to visit this fete on at least one of the lwo days QUIET JUBILEE The Rev Father Selbertz pastor of St Marts church New Albany celebrated the twentyfifth anni versary of his ordination on Wednes daybut the celebration was an exceedingly quiet one None ot his parishioner knew that It was his silver jubilee until mass was over rather Selbert was ordained in Austria and Soon after came to America He wse aaeietant prleetatt- lcbtasgsd Indianapolis and Tejl City iii u eeeeiVe years until the death of Father Faller two year Jo o- rJ 0- l f- I BREATHES Spirit ot Faith Tenderness and True Christian Charity Diamond Jubilecarat the Ancient Order Brings Tribute Copy 01 Original Charter Is Splendid Specimen oi Catholicity I GROWTH OF ORDER IS STEADY Tills is the seventyfifth anni versary or diamond Jubilee year of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians In this country No particular date has been set for the appropriate celebration of the occasion In Louisville but It Is probable that the County Board will take up the matter in due time The first division of the order was established in Now York in 1836 Its growth has been large and steady particularly in the Central and New England States Here are the figures compiled by the National Hi bernlan from the reports of National ofllcerslIembershlpof the A O H 160000Momebrshlp of the A O H Juveniles 20000- Membership of the L A A O II 66000 Membership of the L A A O H l Juveniles 4000 Values of A O H real estate 1002000Values A O H personal prop erty 4200300 Value of L A A 0 H personal property J4913258 Cash in division treasuries A 0 H 115303049 Cash in division treasuries L A A O H 29154575- Expended for charity sickness and death A O H 1909 116093251 Expended for charity sickness and death L A A 0 H 1909 88801920 The Right Rev Monsignor Thomas J Shahan rector of the Catholic University Washington D C describes the charter upon which the order was founded In this country as a document thaL breathes an apostolic spirit It is he says as good a patent of nobility as was ever conferred by King or Kaiser for there is wanting in it no essential of the Christian religion no element of our liberal modern humanity This charter sent to the few Hibernians then in Now York breathes the true Irish spirit of faith tenderness and fraternity and in principle is sur passed by no organization in the world Here Is the foundation upon which the Ancient Order was builded and has since flourished All members must be Roman Catholics and Irish of Irish descent and of good moral character and none of your members shall join in any secret societies contrary to the laws of the Catholic church and at all times and all places your motto shall be Friendship Unity and True Christian Charity You must love without dissim- ilation hating evil cleaving to good Love one another with brotherly love without preventing one another let the love of brotherhood abide In you and forget not hospitality to your emigrant brother that may land on your shores and we advise you above all things have natural charity among yourselves Also be it known unto you that our wish and prayer is that when rOil form your society In many cities or towns you will do all that Is In your power to aid and protect your Irish sisters from all harm and temptation As the Irish woman Is known for her chastity all over the world some of thorn may differ frc you in religion but brothers bear In mind that our good Lord died for all therefore be it known unto you i that our wish Is that you do all that you can for the Irish emigrant girls I l no matter who they may be and God will reward you in your new court try and doing this you will keep up the high standing and honor of tho Irish In America Wo send these Instructions you hoping you will carry them toII to the best of your ability Be I known unto you that you are at j I such laws as will wotIrarelaws must bo at all times according to the teachings of the Holy Cathr church and the obligation that we send you and all of your workings must be submitted to any Catholic priest when called for We send I you these Instructions as we prom- Ised to do with a young man that works on the ship and who called on you before Send a copy to our late I friend that you spoke of and who Is HOPjIngIn the true bonds of friendship this fourth day of May in the year of our Lord 1836 I The Ancient Ordej has been fore1 nest In works of charity and in the fheysiayeCatholic University an to the Cathy j flit Church Extension Society and everywhere leave been the guardian cud ppftteeU of tttoec who bad toH follow them TkU jubilee U one u a worthy more than ordinary note and eeryWhere FAIURS Newspapers Asked to Aid In Deceiving Pious- Catholics Newspapers throughout the country have been mailed copies of a cIr- cular letter asking aid in securing subscriptions from Catholics to raise money to buy a golden statue to be eventually donated to the Sanctuary of St Anne at Beaupre Canada To this shrine many thousands of the devout make annual pilgrimages for the sake of the wonderful cures which are ascribed to St Anne IIn Beaupre Rev Father M J Lavelle rector of St Patricks Cathedral New York had his attention called to the matter this week and Imme- dIately said that those behind the scheme were fakirs Father Lavelle added If they are doing any such thing they are fakirs and the public should be warned No one has a right to rdlse money in that way where there IIs profit for some one concerned I never heard of this association and of course it has no authority from the church BUSY NIGHT i Mackin Council Heard Some Ve y Gratifying Reports President San uel L Robertson presided over a well attended meet ing of Mackin Council on Monday night Qute a lot of routine bust ness was disposed of during the even ing R Riddle Cj Schaefer J Doran and C reported Im proving Oswaldjere which will be Council on August will show that on the quarter 1rending June 30 Mackln had more than 500 members In good standing and that It had a comfortable balance in the treasury notwithstanding the expensive Im prpveemnts made in the club house and the heavy d alp for sick and death benefits I Joseph Hancock who is in charge of the arrangements for the Niagara Falls excursion August 15 was gen erally complimented for his work arid made a complete report of what hat been accomplished f The excursion promises to ccliifcpthe one of last year The trip Is a most excellent one both by rail and lake and the figure is exceedingly low for the excursion Quite a number of young folks have postponed their vacations In order to take advantage of the visit to Niagara Falls The committee arranging the sun set excursion to bo given this even Ing also made a report and an nounced additional attractions MURPHY MEDLEY One of the most interesting wed dings of the year In the West End will take place Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock at St Charles Borromeo church when the Rev Charles P Raffo will perforii the ceremony uniting Walter J Murphy and Miss Mary E Medley the attractive and accomplished daughter of William Medley of St Johns Ky The grooms the son of Joseph J Murphy the well known brick building contractor with whom he is associated In business William Fleece of this city and Miss Claudle Medley sister of the brideelect will be the attendants Following the church ceremony there will be a wedding dinner and reception at the res- Idence of the grooms parents 738 South Twentyfourth street after which the newly weds will leave for at honeymoon trip to St Johns and other points In Kentucky PASS1ONISTS ELECTION The Passlonlst Fathers of the Western province will assemble hero at Sacred Heart Retreat on Septem iber 8 to eelct a Provincial First and Second Consultors and a Master of Novices There are 200 members of the order eligible to holdany of these offices Those who will come to Louisville to attend the general n Un iuuiiti qt the province are Very Rev James Reutermann Pro vincial from the Retreat of Immaculate Conceptlon Norwood Park Chicago the Very Rev Lambert KendtlckreCor at Normandy St Very Rev CasImIr Taylor ILOulstbeHoly Cross Retreat Cincin nati the Very Rev Daniel McGulre rector Sacred Heart Retreat Louis ville the Very Rev Daniel Collagee rector of St Francis Retreat St Paul Kan the Very Rev Adelbert Klemenschesky rector at Norwood Park Chicago tho Very Rev Albert Cagny and the Very Rev Isidore Dwyer First niid Second Consultors front Norwood Park and the Rev Wilfrid Avery Master of Novices at Louisville PIONEER TO KB HONORED It is rqported that efforts will be made by leading Catholics of Wis consin to induce the State to buy the tract along the mouth ot the Wiscon sin river It was there tradition eays that Father Marquette first be held the Mselselppiriver and it is proposed to name this park Mar quette Park in honor of the fampusi discovered The land la now held by one fatally who it is said will not ojyKMM Irte aequieHioA by the gtaie1 forJarkpurpeHlyy a- U D r- fJjf r L L i RESTING Candidates and Supporters Arc Pre I paring for the Fall Campaign Democrats Will Have n Platform Convention Here NextR rlontli Republicans Liberally Patronized the Ban and Voted for Pro hibition WHO WILL SUCCEED BINGHAM Just at present there is little active work going on In either political party In Louisville or in the State Candidates and their supporters are resting uti preparatory toengaging In a vigorous fall campaign and It really promises to be a bitter contest The Democratic leaders say there is no doubt that Kentucky will be redeemed from Republicanism and that the majority for James B Mc Creary and the whole ticket will be conclusive evidence that Kentucky is Democratic State William P McDonogh and It Campbell Kennedy members of the City and County Committee have se cured Masonic Theater for the con vention to be held to draft a Democratic platform on August 15 The delegates will be elected at mass conventions throughout the State on August 12- Already the Republicans regret I that they chose Judge Edward C ORear as their standardbearer Ho dominated the convention and Is run ning on n platform as narrow as his own mind This Republican leader showed his true colors In selecting his running mate by choosing Brlstow when two men either of whom had more strength were offered him He Is a fanatic on the prohibition and other questions and his entire platform is narrow and weak yet the men running on It are not heavy enough to break it down Just wait until the Democratic orators jump on It and see what will happen While the Republican convention was In progress at Phoenix Hill Park and while the committee on resolutions were drafting a prohibition platform the bulk of the delegates wore 1borally patronizing the bar It Is expected that former Senator McCreary Rufus H Van Sant of Ashland who has been made Chairman of the Democratic Campaign Committee and Judge Jeremiah A Sullivan of Richmond will arrive early next week and will name the remaining members of the commit teeWhen the Democratic conventions held in Louisville next month able men will be put forward for each and every office from Judge of the Circuit Court to Constable One thing is certain a good man will be chosen to succeed Robert W BIng- ham who after his appointment as Mayor of Louisville by Gov Beckham did his best to wreck the Democratic party James P Edwards Thomas Darker Charles F Taylor Clem Hugglns Allen KInney Marion RIpy and Thomas Walsh have all been spoken of as successors to Judge Blngham Any one of these attorneys Is well qualified to act as Chancellor In all probability one of them will be chosenINeither is there any doubt that mon like Barney Campbell James Treasy Fred Leezer and others will be nominated to succeed themselves in the Board of Aldermen There are good men in the Board of Councilmen too who deserve renomlna ion men like Jerry King T J Oar vey M J McDermott Dr C F Melton C J Finegan lien J Sand and others Even now people are asking why Judge ORear has not resigned from the Appellate Bench If he Is the upright and broadmlnded man that the Louisville Post depicts lie Is one of those grasping Individuals who believes a bird In the hand Is vorth two In the bush He lpromises not to sit with the other Judges front now until the November election but he will draw the salary Just the same and Impose addlflonal burdens on the other Judges- Louisvilles I nonpartisan Board of School Commissioners Is again In hot water They have been accused of I making contracts for painting In excess of 50 In the Injunction suit filed SaroD Jones the Business Director was named as a code- fendant The members of the Board have not denied that they had acted without authority but put up the plea that they wore trying to save money for thocl17 Even Judge Bingham disagreed with them anti granted the temporary injunction asked for There Is a probability that tho schools may not open at the regular time and that an immense hole will be made In the funds paid for their support Tho Loulsvlllo Evening Post continues to wage war on all saloons ItI falls to acknowledge that there are many reputable men n the saloon business men who are every whit as good morally apd mentally as the editor of the post There are hundreds Of saloons In Louisville that are orderly aid lawabiding yet they are constantly denounced Everybody who likes an occasional drink can tint afford to join the Pnilenftl8 Club There ace many Mlpfln owners who fare large th xoy erij lwrhave raked children that n i- r s r are a credit to Louisville and would adorn any community Why should these men be assailed for tho misdeeds of a few JARRED HIM South Carolina Fanatic Is Sore at Taft and the Press The Baptist World under date of Thursday July 27 prints the fallowing letter from N N Burton of Batesburg S C I have just read your editorial on The Associated Press arid the Baptist World Alliance and want to thank you for It I saw It as you did the Alliance was the most Important religious meeting ever held on this continent and yet there was next to nothing In the dally papers about It The leading paper In the State had less than a halfcolumn about the entire session I places the blame on the papers themselves not doubting for a moment that the Associated Press had sent reports to all its patrons It Is nothing less than an outrage Cardinal Gibbons was treated the other day with al most as much consideration as would have been accorded to King Georges the Roman Catholic church a world power that Its prelates should receive such distinguished at tention as was given the Cardinal by President Taft and others In Balti more the other day If W H Taft the man chooses to be a Unitarian nobody has a right to say a word but when W H Taft the President of the United States accords to the representative of the Catholic church a recognition and indirect in dorsement not given to others he should not be regarded as the spokesman for Protestant America ST COLUMBAS Lawn Fete Will Be first On New Parish Property The members of St Columbas congregation have made elaborate preparations for a splendid lawn fete which will take place next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and night August 1 and 2 on their magnificent new property on Market street near Thirtyfifth This Is one of the most beautiful spots near Shawnee Park A delightful shady place will be reserved for the euchre and lotto games In the afternoon The ladies of the parish will show their usual generosity In the matter of elegant prizes They will also servo a beautiful supper Tickets t are only twentyfive cents and are good for the afternoon euchre lotto or supper Special lotto games will be run for the children at ten cents There will be ari abundance of home made cakes and other refreshments and a bounteous supply of articles fpr the wheel and box booth Rev Father John Kalaher pastor of St Columbas invites his friends from other parishes to attend and promises an enjoyable evening to all present YON A BRIDE Young Irishman Learns Something Besides Shoemaking Charles J Dolan of Dublin Ire land and a former member of Parliament will marry Miss Katherine I Louise Kenney of St Louis in the early fall The exact date has not been set The brideelect Is the daughter of Mrs Alice M Kenney the wealthy widow of William Ah Kenney who died several years ago1 Mr Dolan is wealthy and is an ardent Irish Nationalist and philan thropist He resigned his seat in Parliament to come to the United States to study the wholesale shoe manufacturing business so that ho would be better able to administer his own business and in order to provide more and better employment I for the poor people of Dublin When I ho reached St Louis he donned overalls and began work at the bottom of the ladder Since then he has climbed steadily and Is now an export at the business Ho is building a home for his brtdo in Dublin- INTERESTING I LETTERS I National President James J Regan I has written to County President D J Coleman to The effect that he will- isit i Louisville during the cqmlng fall and expresses regret that hu was unable to be here during the summer He also expresses his all preciation of the growth of the order In Kentucky President Coleman is also in receipt of a letter from P J Haltlgan editor of the National Hibernian who was recently elected Reading Clerk of tho United States House of Representatives Editor Haltlgan thanks Louisville Hiber nians for the interest they showed in his race Both letters were read at the meeting of the County Board A 0 H last night- MOTHER GENERAL HERE I Mother Aloysius the now Superior General ot the Sisters of the Good Shepherd whose headquarters are at Carthage Ohio arrived In Louis ville on Monday for a short stay and will probably remain another week She fa engaged in making a tour of jurisdictionaFor thirty years ahe was Molher Superior of the Convert of the Good Shepherd on Bank Q catr4etI a t EDIFYING 1- e r Hundreds of Catholic Men Received Holy Communion at St Georges Rev Father Weiss Complimented VIncciitians on Thclij Good Showing Touching Addresses Were Made At General Meeting of tho Society ST VINCENT DE PAULS FESTIVAL Last Sunday the Vlncentlans all over the world celebrated the feast receivingholy conferences and towns The St Vincent do Paul leadingorganized inthogood In both the old and the new world It Is only surprising that t more Catholic men are not members of this organization The Vin parlshe3lookalso aid In securing work for thoso out of employment Their charity is always unostentatious and their works bring blessings on themselves and families because they are con stantly practicing both the corporal and spiritual works of mercy In Louisville last Sunday all tho local conferences made their general communion at St Georges church The men made the early morning visit from every section of the city many of them traveling seven or eight miles to attend All were pleased and many surprised to see such a handsome structure on South Eighteenth street Tile Rev Father George Weiss pastor of the church celebrated the high mass The music was rendered by an augmented choir under the direction of Prof Leo Koll ros There were men present from nearly every Catholic choir In the cityAfter the gospel Rev Father Weiss addressed the members of the so ciety and commented upon the fact that It was their first visit to Stii Georges lie said he welcomed them with pleasure and that he felt hon Cathlollc carry out the work and spirit of St Vincent de Paul He dwelt upon the service they were rendering to humanity and the church and bade them continue to be faithful membersFof the St Vincent de Paul Society Father Weiss also told of the es tablishment of a conference In St Georges parish ten years ago and l dwelt on the good work it had done It had been his aid in the parish he said and as a result the parish and the people were now being re warded with the blessings of God Then referring to the gospel of the day he said that the society was like the tree that brings forth good fruit The words sunk deep into the hearts of those present and all felt well repaid for their visit to St Georges On account of the extensive re pairs In progress n St Francis Hall In the basement of the Cathedral the general meeting of the conferences was held in the Knights of Columbus Hall Fourth avenue near York street J J Caffrey President of the Particular Council presided and Introduced Rev Father Richard Mur phy O M C of St Anthonys church Father Murphy spoke on the general work of the order and told of his observations of its members in other cities He admonished all to bo faithful Vlncentlans and assured them that they would receive untold blessings both temporally and spiritually The Rev Father Eugene Donahue SpiritualI Paa Dlrdctor of the Particular Council and the Rev Father Louis G Deppen who has always taken a deep interest in the VInceutians both mado Inter sting and instructive addresses Be fore the meeting closed twenty new members of the society were enrolled John A Doyle told of the work of the order in the Louisville School of Reform and said it was his pleasure to report that there was at present not one Catholic girl in that Institu ion AllKIVKD SATURDAY One of the handsomest and most welcome visitors that has come to Louisville In some time arrived last Saturday at the home of Councilman Charles J Finegan 314 North NIne- teenth street Tho youngster only weighed ten pounds but bids fair to gain In flesh The genial Council h man is all smiles while the raothat and son are getting along nicely tf all are being showered with cl gratulatlpns RE5IEMBEH ST LEOS I All friends of Rev Father John J Fitzgerald pastor ofo St Leos church Highland Park will please remcmebr that the annual outing will be held on the church lawn next Thursday afternoon and evening lath dinner and supper will be fur nlahiad pHthe grounds at reasonable flr ceaft any number of amuse nteiiU will be aftareer for yeujjir anti ildS4 i Li I K NXnOKX AM3RX Yr f KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNDe- rated to the Social sad Moral MrMcememeit ol Irish Americus and Cittiollci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young ManF Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se Entered it till LoulivlIU PoitoHlM SecondClMJ rUtttr t ittrMi all CoMMlcatlm tto the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oree Sty TRADES U COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KySATURJJAy JULY 29 1911 OVERSIGHT OH IGNORANCE I The charitably inclined people of p Louisville were both surprised s and shocked this week when they read the Hat of local charities indorsed by the Charities Indorsement Committee i of Trade and Com support1TwentytwoI only one of which is Catholic St I t Anthonys Hospital It is losslble I that the gentlemen have never heard I I of the Little Sisters of the Poor i the Sisters of the Good Shepherd St i Vincents Orphan Asylum Sts ai Mary and Elizabeth Hospital St Josephs Orphan Asylum St Law rence Institute or the St Vincent de Paul Society which alone are doing the bulk of the real charitable work of the city Chairman H H Cole Dr Henry Tuley Bernard Selllgma I Charles W Allen Fred W Kelskeri and Charles F Huhlein are the members of the committee They arc all good men and therefore the Kentucky Irish American would at- trIbute their failure to recognize the above and many similar charitable Institutions to either oversight or ignorance and sincerely hopes Ito Is the former When this commute again meets the Board of Trade or Club should provide it ryCommercialwith a City Directory ONE AV1SK JUDGE In the trial of a chauffeur for running over a man in Philadelphia a few days ago the Judge thus laid down the law The duty of a chauffeur is tto stop or so to reduce the speed of hIs machine that be may have It unde 1 Instant control at the intersections of streets and failure to do so I- sf evidence that must be submitted to f Jury as malice against the cor- a 11aa it is evidence upon which i t1Jto determine whether the driver 1 is Ka guilty of murder in the first c or iY second degree or in an aggravate r1r case murder of the first degree People should remember that a F pedestrian has the right of way nt street intersections The toot of nil auto horn does not deprive him of that right When a man Is walking along the street leisurely paying no attention to the auto horn and 1 is run over the chauffeur is guilty iof murder or manslaughter So the court decided People ought Ito understand the law In Louisville there is an ordinance compellln l j drivers ot vehicles and autos as well as electric cars to slow up at street Intersections but the law iIs seldom obeyed because rarel enforced LEGATE SHOWN RESPECT While the present Spanish Govern ment Is supposed to be at war with the Vatican and the kingdom is asserted to be on the point of t thtchurch the Eucharistic Congress showed that the e church and her ministers are held iIn high esteem by the bulk of the peo pie When Cardinal Aguirre arrived at Madrid as special legate from the Pope to preside at the congress he was received by members of the s Spanish Cabinet and was escorted to the Kings carriage by the Mlnlste lr of WarAfter a visit to the Cathedral the Papal Legate was escorted by tin Kings bodyguard to the royal palace where Tie was entertained by King Alfonso He was the guest of the royal family during his stay In Madrid The congress was held In the Church of San Francisco el Grande where Cardinal Aguirre was welcomed by Prince Carlos whc 1acted for his brotherinlaw the KingAt the close of the first meeting Premier Canelejas and the entire Cabinet waited upon the Legato at the royal palace All this has created a sensation at florae and goes tar towards bringing a greater amount ot conciliatory spirit linto the differ ences which for the last year bane wd so much bitterness between frch and State- USEICEEPERS WILT REJOICE The Canadian reciprocity bill was pasted by an overwhelming vote In the United tatesfJenate on Saturday Nearly ill the Senators on the north era borderToted g IJ1IHhebnfjn Wednesday of this Week It was sent back to theTtouse otRepreeeetatives for engroa m nt a neossifary pro er diire before lu bill can be signed fey President Tift It ifI now t iitt tke 1D fI- i Canadian Parliament to ratify the pact which will in all probability b done Both countries have agreed that the reciprocity treaty may be abrogated in case it proves unsatls CactoryFoodstuffsstatlstlclans say the treaty will prove a boon to tho housekeeper and point out tbat offItwentyfive cents a barrell off pota toes one cent a pound off halib t twentyfive cents a bushel off apple3 26 per cent off the value of tomatoes forty cents a bushel oft onions two cents each off cabbages twentyfive cents a bushel of peaches five cents a pound i of dressed poultry live poultry three cents a pound mackeral one cent a andIand a quarter cents a pound If these reductions come to pas there will be less kicking abouttbeIt high cost of living KINDLY NOTICE The Emerald of Manchest N H contains the following flattering notice and for which we are duly grateful The Kentucky Irish American has reached the twelfth milestone its publication career It Is abofI edited a credit to Irish Catholic journalism and worthy of the support and encouragement of the Catholic people of Kentucky Judging by the advertising columns of the paper the merchants of Louisville appreciate its worth The publishers are to bo congratulated for the success obtained and may they be at tho helm when the twentyfourth anniversary tomeS round AWFUL SLAM The Denver Catholic Register akes a whack at William Jennings 3ryan the onetime Idol of some Democrats It says the Nebraska Democrats haye gone back on Bryan he is a traitor hey say apropos of his opposition to Gov Harmons nomination for the Presidency Et tu Brute indeed William Jennings has never teen traitorous to the cause he holds learest which is Bryan nor to America for he has given us McKinley and Roosevelt and Taft OKLAHOMA liOOSTEK One of the handsomest journa hat has recently come to the exchange table of the Kentucky Irish American is the booster edition of the Morning Examiner of Bartlei Ille Oka It Is replete with articles on crops good roads schools and farming advantages It Is aso andsomely Illustrated and would rake almost any man with a little money take a chance at living iIn Oklahoma SOUND ADVICE Lord Londonderry one of the leaders of the British Peers warn d- ai meeting of several thousan rangemen In Belfast that home rule was not to be defeated without the support of the people of Great Britain and they would lose tha support If they Indulged in riot and bloodshed They must oppose horn rule only by legitimate moans obey the law and exercise of selfrestraint CANADIANS PLEASED The latest reports from Ottaw say that Canada halls the downjal of the British Peers Canadian sentiment is largely In favor of thi curtailment of the powers of tbe louse of Lords an institution not In keeping with the democratic standard of Canadian thought Chicago Catholics aro credited wltb the report that the Holy Father has decided to name Arch bishop James Edward leyast- ho next American Cardinal While the wish may father the thought there are none who would not rejoice over the elevation of that able and IstlngulBhed dignitary The Ancient Order of Hibernian are surely coming into their own agln and we are especially Proud to- see the improvement locally County Ckaplaln Cronin PresidentcD J- Coleman tad their aasoelatee shOuld reelv the hearty support of Y ry- loa1 Irishman or IrtBbAmwioan In- their geed work the Republicans tell u lion vp lS1ttalldhOD Judge ORr U Ur 4- tl n 1t J but neglect to explain why he does not resign from the Court of Appeals and Is still drawing his annual salary of f 5000 while running day and night after the Governors cbat I James P Edwards did just what was expected accepted deteat gracefully and pledged his support for McCreary McDermott and the entire Democratic ticket For men like him there are honors ahead I The death in Paris of George C i Avery is a serloua loss to Louise He was an able business man and was head of an industry that afforded employment to hundreds for many years Wonder if the Evening Post considers a race track tout beneath their reporters who betray saloon- keepers OToole and Kellyithe highest priced baseball battery in tbehlslory of the game and not ScotchIrl either DEATHS CALL Answered by Capt Andre Krakel a Veteran Policeman Few men in Louisville were more espected than Capt Andrew Krakel Vho died at his home 2217 West Broadway on Wednesday afternoon Capt Krakel was a native of Louisville and was sixtysix years old He served in the Federal army through mt the civil war and upon return- Ing homo was made a policeman Always attending to his duties 1ho soon won the attention of 1his uperlors and moved up step by step until ho was made a Captain His vhole service in the police department covered a period of fortyoi ears In all that time he was never eprimanded by a superior KrndlY md courteous at all times Cap trakel had the love and esteem of iall with whom he came in contact 1He resigned from the police force on July 16 1907 As a reward for faithful service he was given a pension at half a Captains pay Capt Krakel is survived by four Children A J Krakel Miss Edna Crakel Miss Florence ICrakel and Mrs H L Glass The funeral wake place this morning from St Charles Borromeo church and will be attended by members of Wbltakc Post G A R and the Knights of lonor SUNSET xcurslbn by Macklns Social Club Scheduled ForToday Mackin Councils Social Club w111 give its annual sunset excursion on the Ohio river this evening TheI steamer Columbia will leave the first street wharf at 530 debt sharp There will be mUsic dan lng md vaudeville turns by the best amateur talent in the city The excursion has been well advertised and promises to be well attended Miss Bertha Conn who made a big hit in the recent performance eof The Campus and Aulyn Kansto vill appear in a sketch written by 111 Kanston for the occasion Miss anna Long who has a soprano voice of rare power and beauty will sing overal songs Others who will sin g are Misses Gladys Rugel and Jovin Kraft Bentley Barrett and Willing That Harmonious Trio will appea nr a comedy ketch songs and lances During the week quite a umber of sunset parties have been armed and will accompany the Social Club FETE FOR HOSPITAL A lawn fete wIll be given on the afternoon and evening of August 11i and 17 for the benefit of the SU11 Mary and Elizabeth Hospital fund jl good supper will be served from G oclock until all patrons have been satisfied The fete on both days will be held on the hospital grounds The Sisters of Charity and the ladles assisting them hope to meet all their old friends on the grounds and to meet many new ones The genera1 public is invited to the fete If only for an hour or two so that alk cal note the Improvements and the extensive 11 addition to this great Institution HONORS SISTER ALEXIA Sister Alexia formerly of Holy RoSary Academy this city after r completing her term as Superior of St Michaels school at Lowell Mass- has been reappolnted for another term This is one ot St Catherines largest Eastern schools numbering over 500 pupils Sister Alexia is aL daughter of Mr and Mrs Timothy Sullivan South Seventh street andI is remembered by many former pupils and their parents COUNTY BOARD CHAPLAIN The Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G has been appointedI iaplajn of the County Board A O 11 Father Cronin is an ardent HIbernian and is thoroughly in sym patby with the teaching of the order He will make a splendid Chaplain and his presence will lend dignity to- the County Board- FUNERAL AT BARDSTOWN The remains of Richard Higgins wh16 died ln St Louis on Wednesday were brought to Kentucky and taken to Bardstown for burial on Thursday arternooni Tire deceased wall a n itlve of Nelsonl county and wits a other of William Hlggto ot UiaVille and Frank Higgins ef Ik LQuli He U survived Vy 1tl- eswho I f washuI Alloe Ladely of na1cktYfJl andoJ1aehlhk l SOCIETYi I Mrs John P Hanley had as her guest this week Mrs J T McDermott of ParisMrs I William Dillon has returned from a visit to Mrs J L Dillon at Carrollton Frank A Geher is recreating in Old Point Comfort New York and other points In the East Mrs Mary Thieman of Ferdlna Ind is spending the week with Mrs Henry Thleman In Oakdale Misses Minnie Gottbrath has re turned from a pleasant visit to Miss Linda Barrlger at ShelbyvllleI Miss Mary Waters arrived 1last week from Frankfort to visit 1 her cousin Miss Margaret Gibbons Miss Dorothy Moritz of New Albany is spending the week with John J Moritz and family in Clifton Mrs Bessie Sullivan and daughter Myrtle of Now Castle have been visiting Mrs S W Shelton in Park landII Miss Elvy Curtin has been having a delightful visit with Misses Margaret and Bettie McKenna at Falr Meld Miss Rena McIntyre of St Louis arrived last week to visit Mrs E L Kelly West Springs street New Albany John J Fltzglbbon has been spend- Ing his vacation and having a most delightful time with friends in Shel byvllle I C F Sullivan and wife and son of New Albany left Saturday for a visit to relatives In Indianapolis and Con nersville Miss Mamie Harting of 2819 lSt Xavier street has gone to Phllade phia to visit relatives and will sta1 a month Miss Genevieve Hackett has rre turned home after a delightful visit to Miss Margaret Sufton of Zane vlDe Ohio Miss Estelle Meagher of Fran fort Is here to spend several weeks as the guest of her cousin Miss Vir glnla Meagher Miss Lucy OReilly has been spend- Ing the week with Miss Kathleen ODoherty Ewing at her country some In Wilder Park Misses Katherine and lIary Whalen and Ida Schuhn ann were guests of Miss Margaret Sullivan at Shelbyville on Sunday Mrs John J Lyons of New Albany has gone to French Lick Springs where she Is visiting her daughter Mrs A D Lewis Mrs Harden Clarki South Louisville had as guests this week bel sister Mrs William McMullen and children of Lebanon Junction Mr and Mrs Al Kolb and chlldr1and Mrs Henry Reeb made a trip to Shelbyvillo by automobile on Tue day and spent a very pleasant day Mrs C Fitzgibbons Miss Margar Fltzglbbons and Martin Fltzgibbo I have returned from a weeks visit to I Mr and Mrs George Gordon at Get tral City I Mr and Mrs Frank McGrat ire receiving congratulations over the arrival of a pretty girl that can- o their home from babyland on Saturday I IMr and Mrs John A OConnc will leave Saturday for Chicago and trip through the West They may rlslt San Francisco and the Yosemite Bailey before returning Miss Bessie Donahue of St outs Is the guest of Miss Mary RIdge of 1213 East Broadwa Quite a number of entertalnmen are being arranged In her honor Bernard Kavanagh Jr has returned from a visit to Cincinnati and ovington In the latter city he was the guest of his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs James P Bradley Robert Willlnghurst and bride who was Miss Ella McGill will re August 1 from their honeymoon 11turn when they will be at home to friends at 2715 Elliott avenui Miss Irene Schmltt and cousins Mary and Rosanna McCann are spending two weeks in New Haven he guests ot T J McCann Superin endent of the Athertonville distill rles IIMiss Josephine Frances Kelly who accompanied Judge and Mrs Doherty to New York Is vow In oston Before returning she witI visit relatives In Maine and Ner ersey Miss Lizzie BroderIck returned last week from a visit to Chicago and Illwaukee accompanied by her niece Mies Florence Brod rick wh IIm spend the remainder ot the sum mer here The pretty little girl that came to grace the home of Carl Mel chiorthe grocer at Sixth ahi Chestnut streets last Friday was cbrlstenerfon Sunday Her name Is lIarrRose Misses Margaret and Svinlfrea laherty sailed Saturday from Now York on the President Grant for E rope They will make a tour of France Germany and Ireland and ill be abroad until September Mr and MM Harry Kerr of West rat Catherine street have announced tb16i engagement oftheir daughter 11IH Mary Roep Kerr toGeorJCt- Blndford The wedding will tx tt- place in September Mt111 Kerr Ti r b iI Ititi STJBSOBIBES t FOR THE Ii 1 KENTUCKY n 7 I1 IRISH AMERICANt t hIvv e vv Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwest X + vh v+ HONE DOLLAR PER YEARH Boo AS o If You Want All the News and Particulars of Happenings d in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This PaperFt Il X 1t i i Foreign Countries 150 Per Year Home Phone 946 i o 9NON N N N N N Nit N oN N N N NN N M SHN NNNNN N N N 11 N r N 1 N- N N N NN MN I I s INNON II N NNNNNONNN one of the prettiest and most popul girls in St Louis Bertrand parish and the young man who has won her heart and hand is to be congra ulatedMisses Bernice Lawler Leo Mc Cluskey and Alice Shlnnlck of tbls city and Miss Alice Mooney of Cincinnati were members of a jolly house party entertained last week at ShelIbyvllle spending his vacation in Chicago where ho Joined his sisters Miss Marie and Lucille Schleman who have been the guests of Miss Theresa and Helen Hohenadel since July 1- Miss Margaret Neat will return today to St Catherines Academy after a two weeks visit with Mrs Susan Mullany 1034 Sixth street While here she was extensively entertained a number of parties being given 1 InIher honor I Mr and Mrs W J Bannon who have been visiting their mothe Mrs B J Campbell and sister 1Irs lrooJ Kollros have returned to Oklahoma City where Mr Bannon is Interested In several large building enterprises I Miss Mildred Murphy has returned to her home at Marengo Ind after a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Charles W Fitzgerald of 1731 East Spring street New Albany On the return trip she was accompanied t- hor cousin Miss Winona Fitzgerald Sailing on the steamship Glasgow last Saturday from New York for Europe were Miss Mollie Collins Miss Mary T Fox Mr and Mrs Jame Thompson Frank Thompson md tins James P Thompson all of Louisville They will spend most of heir time In Ireland Dr Leo Kearns left Sunday to attend the big meeting of dentists at Cleveland where he has been joined by Mrs Katherine Kearns Misses Lillian and Katherine Kearns and Messrs George and William Kearm Before returning they will visit J C Kearns at Niagara Fall- sYOLUNTEEBSI Will Give Picnic at Summers Park For Worthy I Charity The Volunteer Socials Is an organization of Catholic men and women recently reorganized to help a worthy charity The society wll give a picnic at Summers Park near roquois Park Seventh street car- line on Thursday August 3 Admis slonwlll be free Councilman omas J Garvey Is Chairman of th leneral COmmittee and John J Barry Is the Treasurer Joseph E immons is Chairman of the Press and Publicity Committee The other ommittees have been named as tot wsDiningroomMrs Devan Chairman and Mesdames Pierce Mitchell John J Barry and Miss Mary Dev n Wheel Mrs B Sandmann Chairman and John Schlldt Frank lelshpohl Andy Kast T J Garvey M Joseph and C Joseph Dancing HallArthur Erasime and Charles Sandman- nRefreshmentsMiss Rose Halfpenny and Misses T OHearn B raber B Kuabeschu M Gatto J locozzl E Stefater and L Gentile I Soft Drinks J B Timmons Chairman and T Murphy John Barry and Phil Hendricks EuchreMrs L Karem Chairman and Mesdames Elkins Guthrie Geor Hasselwander Miss Mary Thomas Miss Mary Mitchell and 1Irs J E TimmonB RESPECTED LADY DEAD Mrs Olive A Blue an old and Bspccted lady of the East End died I at the residence of her daughter 1lrsEG Heartlck 709 Rubel aveInue on Tuesday afternoon The ceased was the widow of Adner W Blue a locomotive engineer who died two years ago The shack of 1 his death caused Mr Blue to suffer from nervous prostration Mrs Blue was born in Ohio sixtytwo years aol mt had Uvellil Louisville thirtyII yea s She Is survived by two tets and one son They are Mrs W B Young and Mrs E G WIB1uehave the sympathy ot many friends In their grief CONFIRMS CONVERTS I The Bishop of WichiU Right Rev- JohnT HenneMy ConUrniedll0e- OA ver durjng the past two menbs l tr oiy J1 BANNON P BANNON lit H M WOLTRING LLMPris Mgr VlcfPris Trias Sicrdary Pu3annon 2wor Pipe CoeSa- lt Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe I Bannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits C BeicitCL OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBtBPUONB 873 WORKS i3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and loth TELEPHONE 2833 aa IMENriSUITS I FOR 975In Big Sale Just Started LEVYS Third and Market The Bright Spot In Louisville PITTSBURG COALI 375P- ER TONTELEPHONE miserly lannin COAL COMPANYI- NCORPOR iTD FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA HNICBTSJIPJOLIIBIIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Six candidates ware initiated this week at AlamosaCol Indiana will be represented In the national convention by six delegates Last Sunday week a degree team froni Minneapolis initiated sixty embers at Fairmont Minn The Knights of Elizabethtown held a reunion Thursday at Twin Caves In Meade county several hundred people attending The Syracuse Fourth Degree As serably has been named after Gen Steuben whose services during the Revolutionary war were invaluable I Council the first n lIzedl entieth anniversary memorable has decided upon a week of celebration Sinning with solemn musical yea person Sunday September 10 Dllr- Img the celebration hQ three degreev 0111 be conferred on a class of over 1 a1ii i p 0 0- tt 1- 7r r 1frFi dtik THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 UI alb promptly attended to day or night Cmrriages urnlihed for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST R006rI PRAYER BOOKS AND ROS To suit every taste Give us call and inspect our line goods They are the finest their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious DESCHIPTIoJOF liVERY 434 West Jefferson I1 MONUMENTSI We are now receiving from Barre Vermont Hfrefl car loads of Monuments f9r our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which wean offer at a bargain Figiise give us a call I L- MULDOON r i Monument Company 113 W Green St Ljbulsville K- yNNNNONNNNNONNN ICEJFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupo Book and save i5 per cent ail your ie bill O rice k is rte from distilled water only Ir rally delivery will be prompt and atisfactory We are prephred to furnish ice V= quautlty IIFJRICANIf ij ottr 11 A- Lr fpMoro ti fc Mi rmmlttees are bardattrjc soxi il b ting arrangements f ftkis festival at St- sepnaAaltatmcrescent Hill on edtta rl j 9 The married Jadlea tide sbersof the young ladles sewMdNAsr et the various fler indwr are working with tboii r booths will be erec Jat agionandthelawn V lllfV iy and brilliantly I1lU iIi the evening This ee j be added many new at Mt Is safe to say this w f sons greatest outing f tI1 t rJ r t E TT rr pW w p U r KmNTUOKY xisii AMERJ AN H MI1i11jitii 1TJuBE SURE TO CALL FOR j McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I I 434 + 44444 + 443 + 4 4 + 44 + 4 + t444I44 + 44 + + 4 + 4 + 4 D J DOUGHERTY S J McBLLIOrr DOUGHERTY McELLIOTX Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2908 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS I jAIIt Calls Aniwtrid Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETfi J + t tt t t t t t t t t t I 1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS J JJ FUNERAL AND EMBALMERS DIRECTORS E ost Main Street4 4sas1 41tJran I W Smith s Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carrlagei Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice f 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I r I FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to M F MAYER J19 W MARKET ST dependent of All Undertakers ATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER hlng and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1O77 Allthe late and new Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see u- sROBERT C MBRIDE With J W Bellstein Co FIRE IINSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Columbia Building Fourth and Main B DOING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES ACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 560 nVEBoth HERRMANN BROS lMaoT riI1MB WIKES UQUOftS tllton sad WkoltMtle kibl fat Finest Brandt of KWE y W1tllldesiaUy rl of Nelson 1T EDJNBONDITN QTI PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the SensonII NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FORII Picnics Socialsii Outings greatlyimproved t I equipment throughout Societies and I parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing coutract It FEJWVAHigh Class Family Amusement Resortti FREE CONCERTSE- very I Afternoon and Evening by Sing nanos Convert Band- XTRAQOOD VAUDEVILLE- Two I Shows Daily 3 p m 830 p ra I SPECIAL FREE FEATURES freeinftnied by parents free at all tlmesI accompaI I YCHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP Ii 1150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the everySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where I arrivinghome ROUND TRIP ONLY50c Give your boys an education tbat will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky ClulcalScIentificDepartmentGymnsfum Term Moderate Bro James Dir HURT AT FIRE i Gapt John Kirby who was seri ously hurt at the Lorch Company fire IsImprovingthoughtlie andladder fellfrbadly bruised Fergus Kennedy and John Kllmler fell through a skylight at the wime tire but fortunately escapedwltlt only slight injuries BrURNSTP SOUTH Staler nmberedl washerei mreUt llft Sunday evenlnrifpr Yapoo i Whilisj WeutWlllUm Wales and other relatives end friends II- IJL NATURAL Forces Declare Pennsylvania Priest Caused Wreck bl the MiLitia Insists That Proper Uxnniinn of the lIullvm Be- Cotivincingv Vessel Was Not Originally Built For Heavy Burdens Imposed OPERATED LIKE A SEE SAW Rev Luke V McCabe D D of St Charles Seminary Overbrook Pa has been pondering over the misfortune that overtook the bat tleship Maine In the harbor of Havana on February 13 1898 Father McCabe shows a thorough knowledge of naval architecture whether his conclusions In the matter be correct or liot Martin I J Griffin the IrishAmerican historian has thought well enough of Father McCabos views to publish a little brochure on the subject Father McCabe contends that the Maine was destroyed neither by an internal or external explosion but simply broke of Its own weight Among other things Father McCabe saysIt should be remembered that the Maine was originally designed for a cruiser It was only after her con struction was nearly complete that qho was changed Into a battleship Afterward when she was finished according to the new designs It was found that they did not work out as expected and a part of her armament had to be moved further back In order to balance the weight of her powerful ram and keep her head above water The mechanical principle Involved In this operation Is well exemplified in the familiar play of seesaw The greater weight on each end and the farther apart the greater the strain and consequent danger of breaking of the board or pole In the case of the Maine the greater downward pressure In the bow and towards center and rear In conjunc Lion with the upward pressure of the water acting as a support or fulcrum in the space intervening caused a tension and strain greater than had been calculated for This strain she proved herself strong enough to withstand successfully for two years but all the time It was weakening her power of resistance and finally produced the catastrophe This was due therefore to no ex plosion of gunpowder or other com mstlble from the inside and still l ess from the outsIde of the vessel Of the two main explosions socalled I which have been testified to the first I considered to consist simply In the breaking of the keel caused by the inevitable operation of natural forces as alreadystated andI the second to be the consequent breaking in two and tearing apart of the whole of the ships superstruc Lure The uncovering of Jthe wreck and the completion of the Speratlons noIgoing on will I am confident en able every one who wishes to test the I correctness of the view here put forward for I can not agree with the fitatoemnt In a recent Interview that the problem Is Impossible of solution and that the secret will i never ba known Father McCabes views were sent to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and to seevral newspapers but seems to have passed unnoticed Ills theory Is borne out by the testimony of a number of the officers and men of the litfated vessel and recent developments make It appear that Father McCabe is correct LADIES1 A O TT PICX1C Great interest is being manifested in the arrangements or the Ladies Auxiliary picnic which will be held at Fontaine Ferry Park on Monday August 7 The young lady whb sells I the greatest number of tickets will be awarded a diamond ring Thus far Misses Stella Cronan Virgie Donahue and Nellie Broderick seem to be the leaders CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL The visitors at the Catholic Summer School at Lake Champlain are enjoying delightfully cooling breezes as well as Instructive lectures Dur ing this week Rev Father John F Mulany LJj D of Syracuse N Y presided over the family gatherings The evening lectures were made doubly Interesting by the presence of Thomas Walsh Ph D of Brooklyn and piano recitals by Camille W C Zeckwar ADVANCED TO SERGEANT Friends of Patrick Mullen were I much gratified when they learned III that the Board of Safety had pro moted that valiant and faithful officer 1 to the position of Sergeant ori the local police force The board Is to be commended for the wlsdom of this selection CTIABLE8 V TAYLOR HONORED State Deputy James C Rogers of Lexington has appointed Charles F- Taylorot Louisville Council Knights of Columbus District Dep titrto succeed iP H Callahan who Is mow traveling in Europe There are four districts of the order In I thjs State TAKBS BlimP t1lST llwiI Or1Jliiilh1 wH return In about two week to j iu1tGovernorgracefulto speak In nearly overt county In the State TALKSlOUTI Chief Secretary For Ire land Denounces Pre miers Opponents SecretaryforNprthifmptonEngland to the disgraceful scene In the House heniremlerMr Blrrell said The language hurled at the Pre miers head In the House of Commons would have disgraced a gambling hell or a thieves kitchen It was a coldblooded as well as organized orgy of stupidity and ruffanlsm MANY PLANS Made For Entertainment ofKnlghts of Colum bus Visitors preparIng visitors to the Knights of Columbus national convention which will assemble In that city next Tuesday It Is expected that tho convention will bring between 6000 and 7000 visit ors to the city Headquarters will be at tbe club house of tho Detroit Council where the sessions of tho Supreme Council will be hold While the delegates will be busy attending to matters connected with the order the visiting Knights and ladles will be enjoying excursions and musicales One day they will have an allday trip on the river and on another occasion will be given a moonlight trip Besides there will be a minstrel show and a grand ball Several afternoons will be devoted to automobile rides and the delegates will be entertained with a banquet at the Hotel Cadillac The conven tion will open with a solemn high HolyRosaryRECENT DEATHS Louis P Meyer who was In his fiftieth year died at his home cor earlyWednesdaytook placo from St Anns church on Friday morning and was largely at byhismany friends In her b reavement Mr and Mrs Raymond Head ofISeventh and Oak streets are receiv ing the sympathy of many friends over the death of their Infant daughter Lucille Virginia who passed Way on Sunday night The little one was only ten months old but had made her parents happy and cheerful The funeral took place on Tuesday morning R Montfort Rellly aged twenty one passed to his eternal reward Tuesday his death being caused by brain trouble The deceased was an electrician and was well liked by all who knew him He Is survived by a brother Charles Reilly with whom he resided at 1519 West Broadway The funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Sacred Heart church Father Walsh celebrating tho mass of requiem Miss Mary Lorena Boiler a popular young lady of the West End died at the family residence 3421 West Broadway at an early hoifr on Tues day and the funeral took place from Holy Cross church on Thursday morning It was attended by a large circle of sorrowing friends The deceased was twentytwo years old and wits the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Boiler who have the sympathy of the people of the West End August F Wempe a well known resident of the East End succumbed Sunday night to tuberculosis at his home Shelby and Chestnut streets Though but fortyfour years of age he had been 111 for some time and his death caused prpfound grief among his many relatives and friends Surviving him are his wife and five children The funeral was largely attended Wednesday morning at St Martins church of which he had for years been a member CALLED HOME Will Chester and bride bavore turned to Louisville from their bridal tour which was cut short bya tele gram announcing tho serious illness of Edward Chester a brother of Will They were married three weeks ago Six days of their trip were spent In YeUowstonePark MOTHER ILL Rev Father Thomas A York pas tor of St Pauls church who was summoned to Massachusetts on ac count of the critical illness of his mother Is still in the East While Father York is away one of tho Paselonlsts is ministering to the spir itual welfare of the parish COMING HOME Rev Father George W Schuh mann A D pastor of St Johns church who has been resting up at Macklnac Mich for the past ten lays Ia expected to arrive home to day It Is his first vacation Iin several years r CARDINALS BIRTHDAY Cardinal Qlbhons was aeventyfive years old on Sunday but celebrated the 4vezntvery quietly Hepent WestmTnterMdchaplJ In the hQUM Jlwhleti M Jis resting His health continues ex cellent Above all others i tJk seasons fabric Is voile IJ A POSITION Of the Catholics ol the United States On School Question Able Article From Society pi the Holy Spirit On Timely Topic A What Cardinal Gibbous Views Are On Uuscctarian Schools CHURCH DOES NOT INTERFERE The Society of the Holy Spirit is an NewOrleansdissemInatedevotionspread Catholic knowledge It dis tributes free Catholic books and lit erature aids priests in poor country missions and helps free Catholic schools in similar localities In twentyone years it has paid out over 200000 and distributed over 3000000 Catholic books and tracts In one of Its recent tracts the So ciety of the Holy Spirit has this to say regarding the position of Cath olics on the school question public or elsewhere On the contrary her adherents pay in these United States without resistance their shine of general taxes for school purposes and In addition they answer the call of their church In the came line by maintaining everywhere a multitude of their own schools In which a beingtaughtgages herself In this matter simply with and for her own She has noth ing to say for or against the public schools for the uso of those who are not of her fold If the majority of Protestant and Jewish parents are satisfied with these schools that Is a matter which concerns them alone and their children No Catholic that we know of suggests the closing of the public schools as they now are against those who may find them sat isfactory nor the withdrawing of any educational Institution forming part of a public system from the juris diction of the State All that is desired is that some suitable plan be adopted which shall combine for Catholic children with ordinary secular education a fair amount of Catholic religious Instruction Pre cisely this same privilege we would wish extended to any other creed Protestant or Hebrew caring to profit by It All of this be it ob served is beyond or beside the Issue of Intrinsic merit between the two systems of education sectarian and nonsectarIan Cardlna Gibbons voices Catholic sentiment when he expresses the be lief that unsectarlan education tends to undermine faith in the divinity of Christ In revelation In the necessity of organized and concerted religion in church authority and in various other fundamental dogmas of our faith Surely It will not be disputed that the child who with his arith metic and grammar has had year after year a fair amount of catechism and other religious instruction must grow1 up understanding the tenets of his church and be better disposed and prepared In after life Jo uphold and defend them AOED MATRON DEAD Mrs Margaret A Kopmeler an aged and respected matron of the East End died at the family res idence 1312 East Washington street on Saturday night Mrs Kopmeler was born in Germany eightyfour years ago but had lived in Louisville since she was seventeen years old Her husband George H Kop meier died fortyfour years ago Four children survive her They are George Kopmeler President of C F Vlssman Company and also a director of the German Insurance Bank Miss Carrie Kopmeler one of the supervising principals In the public schools William Kopmeler and Mrs A S Prins Her death Is mourned by a large circle of friends SEEING THE SIGHTS Edward J Mackey Secretary of the local detective department has been spending his ten days vacation seeing the sights in Chicago He spent much of his time In company of the Windy City police officials who showed him every attention and made his visit a pleasant one Secre tary Mackey will be at his desk again Monday ARCHBISHOP INSTALLED The Most Rev Edmund F Pren dergast was enthroned as Archbishop of Philadelphia and Metropolitan of Pennsylvania In the Cathedral at Philadelphia on Wednesday Most Rev Dlomede Falconlo Apostolic Delegate presided at the ceremonies Many Archbishops and Bishops from other States Were present at the in stallation Archbishop Prendergast succeeds Archbishop Ryan who died a few months ago UNFAIR TO LOUISVILLE Manager Del Howards Colonels will play again at Minneapolis this afternoon and tomorrow and then crow over to St Paul for a three game series From there they will go to Columbus and Toledo for three games each before returning hoine opening here Thursday August 30 with Indianapolis who have been trailing us closel for the past two weeks With the exception of a sptembrlandl a stretch ol home games until September il when they will close their- season I here and then play away un til the Ascpolatlon season doses on October J winding up with a double o I FRANK FEU BREWING CO S Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it lelephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE LY 1 I Climb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1914 t THE 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AND JEFFERSON STS GEHER SON 9 ZIS WEST MARKET STREET 8BM TUB CBIBBRATBD NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features 61 practical value that art considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranfc high In thi estimation of the public DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary andi Herse5keiiajForier i dBmC AND PRACTICAL HOWE SHOEING tferiM Call Forisd DliY rMt3 51k Phenee 21st c OtCE Also IIWJ WBNff 511Uo11 0JJ o LI Ij HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes i St Paul divisions are preparIng for a field day in August National Treasurer Thomas Maloney Is Mayor of Council Bluffs IowaThe biennial convention of the order in Ireland vas held last week In Dublin The State officers of Vermont re cently instituted a promising aux Iliary at Oranltevllle The division at Nasnvllfc has gone to work to double its membership during the jubilee year The new Ladles Auxiliary has boomed the Ancient Order to great activity in Logansport Ind Father Galvln of St Anns church St Louis Is a member of Division 3 and an earnest worker for the order The Ladles Auxiliary of Syracuse entertained Wednesday night with a trolley party a new but pleasant ventureKentucky Hibernians will be re- Joiced when they read that National President Regan will visit their State this fall With fine weather and fine sports several thousand people enjoyed a good time at the annual Hibernian outing at Syracuse Now that the diamond jubilee iU near at hand let all work and make a good showing of practical Interestt In our grand old order Quite a number remembering their promise will propose candidates att the next meeting of their divisions They are showing the right spirit County President Hanley Is corre spending with the State offleers with the view of securing a big Hibernian reunion at Logansport in the near futureThe Hibernians of Hennepin county made a splendid showing be fore the citizens of Minneapolis dur Jng civic week at the pageant of all nations From present indications the Ladles Auxiliary picnic and reunion at Fontaine Ferry will be a great success Only the weather man can InterfereThe Auxiliary will meet Wednesday night when the variou- committees will report and the fln ishing touches for their picnic will be perfected The County Board expects every division to malls complete returns next week for the Phoenix Hilt celebration Members should not delay In this matter IMartin Sheridan Matt McGrath and Melvin Sheppard of New York will give exhibition at the field meet at Milwaukee oh 5 which promises to be the larger- ever held in Wisconsin v Division 1 meets Tuesday night and will have much business to transact President Murphy and Treas urer Lawler will suggest plans for a fall programme and therefore they request every member who can to be presentDivision 2 expects a rousing meet ling of Its members next Wednesday night The officers will have some Interesting reports and In addition there will be several questions for consideration that concern the worki of the coming fall and winter Besides offering 800 in prizes for firemen for their field day at Waltham Mass the Hibernians wit1 give 1000 In additional prizes which promises to make their Labor daycelebration one of the largest events ever held In New England Members of Division 3 should not forget that their melding takes place Monday night and not the week fol lowing This change was made In friendship for the Ladles Auxiliary who will have their annual reunion on August 7 at Fontaine Ferry Park SPUINGPIELD Big Gathering of Friends of the Dominican fathers On Saturday August 5 the good people of St Rose parish attended for more than a century by the Dominican fathers will welcome their friends at the Springfield Fair Grounds The pastor ana people are making earnest efforts to provide a pleasant and memorable day for tho many guests who are expected from Louisville Bardstown Lebanon Chicago and all other neighboring towns Arrangements have been made to entertain young and old with good music and enjoyable sports und the ladles in the dining hall will sustain the reputation they have Justly established for generous hospitality For the convenience of the Louisville friends of the Dominican fathers a special train will leave tho L and N depot at 930 a m returning ataseasonable hour In the evening This gathering will afford opportunity for a gala day In the country and a gopd time is assured to all whfi attend MOVING PICTURES The offerings for next week at the Casino and Orpheum picture houses are expected to command unusual Interest among the patrons of this form of amusement They will pre- aent romantic drama country scenes and comedy films thaw provoke much l latHtl1IIltfatj OAUUICN PARTYu U Th ladfee Wpe compose ttfAn aoBy Woiptui Pewtn Socltty will 1 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O III- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kinsRecordIng Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan TreasurerThomas P Lawler Sei geantatArms Iiouls Roller DIVISION 2 Mesa First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T Meelian Financial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally r DIVISION 3 Moots First and Third Mondays IInetee h and Portland President D J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial SecretaryJ 0 Hes stonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President Jphn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial l SecretaryThomas J Langan TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly SergeantatArms William Cal laghan xSentinel DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresldentJolm O Cole Vice President J E Murphy McsGrody Financial Secretary John Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y M x 1MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ClubtTwentysixthtSamuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretarYF 0 Adams Recording SecretarYR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker bergTrcasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart tpnEit I 1 P1biG I UDamlanavilletramEplleptlo dayOurrecommendedPastorshe took and after that would not get monthUpontheAntleplloptlo sinceMrsAntonio Tex wrltesForfifteen Itookandhadiest thanks for that blessed remedy FREE A Valuable Book on Nervous Diseases soda Sample patienta Prepared by tho ItKT OTHER JiOCflO or ran Wayne Ind since 1670 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 1O8 Lake Street bold by Drugglits at Slier Dottie 6 for 95 Urge Size for SB glvO a garden party on the spacious lawn of Mr and Mrs Matthew Poschlnger corner Vernon and Syca more avenues In Clifton os Wednes partyIswill be well patronized POXTMXF FEHRY PAl K Cavallo and his band of thirty musicians will spend another week at Fontaine Ferry Park and those who have heard the music are loud in praise of the park management In securing such a splendid attraction Bandmaster Cavallo renders both popular and classical music and has on1coresI stellar vaudeville bill is announced bringing a number of firstclass artists never seen here VISITS OLD t beforeII i Rev Father John D Kelly 0 P spent several days in Louisville this week fad Is noW sojourning at West Baden Ind Father Kelly Is a natlye of St Louis Bertrand parish I and fe a nephew of Judge Mat- tQDqHttr He will return to the Dominican convent at Newark NJIn a f+ w dare u- I oo- o IRELAND I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Flax promises well this year and In consequence many old mills long silent are being repaired Ballycllen House the tine res idence of P J Maher near Begnalstown was totally destroyed by fireThe Twelfth passed off without Incident the Orange gatherings generally being smaller than those of former years In the North Farney district hay making Is being proceeded with and Is r very good crop Potatoes are also looping welle As one outcome of the Royal visit the sales of Carrlckmacross lake were largely boomed by many of the lead- Ing Dublin houses Alderman Maurice Quinlan James young and John Walsh auctioneer have been appointed Justices of the Peace for the city of Waterford- At its annual meeting In Drogheda Messrs Laurence McKeown and Jo seph McArdle were coopted mom bers of the Louth County Council The Most Rev Dr Browne has appointed the Rev William Fortune of Rathmackneo County Wexford to be a Canon of the diocese of Ferns Bishop ODonncll said it had been suggested by Joseph Digger of Bel fast that a monument be erected in the Diamond Donegal to the mem ory of the Four Masters The reecnt census shows that the population of the County Waterford has decreased 39 per cent during the past ten years The present population is 83760 In 1841 the population was 191579 The Most Rev Dr Browne has appointed Very Rev Canon HIggins of Blarney in succession to the late Canon Lynch Rev Thomas Madigan of Castletownroche and Rev Denis OConnor to Queenstown Justice Madden presiding in the Crown Court at Leltrlm Assizes was presented with a pair of white gloves there being no criminal business for disposal The Judge expressed the liveliest satisfaction at the crimeless condition of the county News of the death of Christopher Clinton at Carrlckmacross was re ceived with feelings of widespread regret in the locality In which he lived Deceased had reached n ripe old age and enjoyed remarkably good health till about three months ago when symptoms of the disease to which he succumbed began to man ifest themselves Within a few hours of each other three fatalltlesbccurred recently at Balllna County Mayo Mrs Battle died while partaking of breakfast a man named Clarke while attending a market dropped dead George Bag nail aged sixty while driving a young horse tripped and fell be neath his cart One wheel passed over his chest killing him The death of Mrs Julia Duffy relict of the late Hugh Duffy caused widespread sorrow a+ Newbllss She was a loving mother and devoted wife and possessed of all those ex emplary principles that go to make a good Christian She was a staunch adherent vto the teachings of her church of which she recoved the last rites with the utmost devotion FEASTS Franciscans and Domini cans Will HaveSolemn Observances TWO FKASTS 8 Two Important feasts of the church will be celebrated during the first week in August that of Portluncula and that of St Dominic That of Portluncula will be cele brated on Wednesday August 2 and while the feast of St Dominic falls on Friday August 4 It will be sol emnly observed at St Louis Bertrand church on the following Sunday Following the usual custom the Fran ciscans from St Boniface Convent will officiate at the solemn high mass for the Dominicans on that day St Francis of Assisi and St Dom inic were contemporaries and personal friends Each founded a great religious order and the members of the two orders have maintained a deep fraternal feeling for eight cen turies The Portiuncula indulgence came originally from the Francis cans but later the privilege of ob taining this indulgence was extended to many other churches Now Pope Pius X has extended true privilege Fofan indefinite numbers of years fn Louisville the Indulgence may be gained at any of the churches pre sided over by the Franciscans and at the Cathedral St Patricks SL Mar tins St Mary Magdalen St Pauls and St Frances of Rome- HOIKTXS THKATKR The vaudeville offerings at the Hopkins on Market street are prov- Ing to be so attractive to visitors and the public that the management has determined to procure 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