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Digital page images are linked to the text file. joI A rwTrv tt- I O I u I1 4 l NTUKY IRISH AMERICAN T 10 r VOLUME XXVIINO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 5 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS CATHOLIC Colonists Thrive in New Homes Trough Aid of Denver Bishop- Arohbishups 01 North and West Indorse Idea toFullest Extent yew and Larger Colony Will Soon Bo Established at Limon EVERY DIOCESE IS INTERESTED The Right Rev Bishop Matz head of the Denver diocese Is meeting with great success In his experiment with a colony of Immigrant farmers established at Stratton Col two years ago His success has been soI great that It has attracted the tontlon of other Catholic prelates and has started a nationwide movement that would eventually result In the establishment of similar colonies In nearly every diocese In the country For two years the Catholics of Denver on the advice of Bishop Matz have experimented quietly with the evolution of a citybound Immi grant into a Colorado farmer They gave no publicity to the test but awaited results calmly The colony at Stratton numbers more than forty tanUUesrand all are prosperous The acreage is all appropriated so that more land will be bought and additional l families will be brought from Europe and the congested cities of the United States to till the land The soil Is fertile and the crops are rich The establishment of the Stratton colony was the result of a life long Interest Bishop Matz has taken In rescuing Immigrants from city life He has observed settlement work and other exp rlments for the betterment of immigrants finally de tiding that their lot would be Im proved by putting them on farms in the West The colony at Stratton was projected along ideas laid down bYI the Blsliu its advantages were open to Catholics alonu because they had the common tie of religion and would work together in closer har mony than iii mixed colony It is t l hhe 1 Mltshrstematfe effort of the Catholic church in the United States to colonize the memj bers of that faith- Archbishops Ireland of St Paul Glennon of St Louis and Messmer of Milwaukee met in Chicago recently end discussed the colonization of migrants All were familiar with e Colorado colonys history and bye same methods they will seek to tabllsh farming centers in various Vts of the South West and North vest It is expected that every Bishop and Archbishop In the United States will 1 lend assistance in this JPoW The expansion of the movement from a local venture to a nationwide action will not Interrupt the Individual efforts of the Denver diocese to continue to bring the aimless Immigrant through the ports and on to the Colorado prairies A great tract of and has been purchased near Limon Col where Bishop Matz will establish another colony similar to that at Stratton This tract will be cut up Into farms and made ready for the homeseekers Informal agents of the Denver diocese have been busy In New York and abroad for several months collecting a col ony of 200 families Many of the Immigrants will come directly from Germany Russia and Italy to New York where they will be met br agents of the Denver diocese and escorted to their new homes at Limon Some of them have been raised In European cities and are unfamiliar with farming These will e taught agricultural methods by experienced men and by Immigrant armers from their respective counI rles The Limon colony will alsp e recruited from a number of ImI nlgrant families recently landed In few York without any definite Ides tor the future Bishop Matz and Js coworkers intend to make pros erous farmers out of these city judges rescue them from sweat tops and develop them with tho ro jonslbilltles of a prosperous citizen REUNION if Louisville IrlshAmer cans Planned ror Early Date Tho County Board A O HheftI i important meeting at BejjMial all on Friday night of Mart week unty President D J Coleman oc pled the chair It was the largest OQtlng of the year nearly every ember of the Board being In nt ndance State secretary William Connelly and several other mem- rs of the order were alsol pretent 111tr Connelly pompllraentml the rsonnel of the board It waa decided to kelp in a Dove nt for an IrishAmerican day at vcrvlaw PArk oa Monday AutThis will be a big outing a- inlon for toll IrlehiAmerieaiu in- iisYle sad tke IrirtAiMriMM A Albany toad Jetf rQ vUUiWlM 1InvHeiI iJoG joli in tlM fr Uis flie i xlilK fitNnl Com Utee VM- iii1 ito tulele the peoeoearf at nirnlNt1inarfarpeyt Thome G rJ Lawler William T Mcchan James Welsh John 0 Hesslon Hugh Houri gan W P MoDdnogh Thomas Lynch John H Hennessy D J Coleman Thomas J Langan and Thorns Walsh The following committee on printing and advertising was named John J Barry Thomas W Tarpey John T Keaney and Thomas Stevens The proposed treaty of alliance between the United States and Great Britain was discussed and the follow- Ing members of the board were named to draft a protest Thomas Walsh WP McDonogh and E J 1 Kelran County President D J Coleman was Instructed to write National President Regan thanking him In advance for his intended visit John Q Hcsslon who had been appointed Chairman of a committee to wait upon the Very Rev James P Cronin V G and notify him of his election as Chaplain of the board reported that Father Cronin was proud of the honor conferred upon him and stated that he would al ways be with the Hlbernlans President D J Coleman of the County Board has tajled a special meeting of the County Board for next Friday night at Bertrand Hall when the different committees will make reports on the IrishAmerican day picnic at RIvervlew Park August 21 and all members Interested are ex pected Jo be present OLLIE SPECKEKT Has Organized a Splrlt Church In Seattle Wash Tho Seattle Star under date of Monday July 24 contains a twocoll umn article and cut concerning A J Speckert To those Louisville people who knew Ollie in his palmy days in Louisville the Stars story reads like a Joke Here Is sa sampleA J Speckert a Seattle lawyer lecturer and minister Who is continuous communication with the spirit world says that it is just as easy to receive written communications and other communications from the splrt world or from the souls of departed friends and relatives as iIt Is to take a drink of water provided one understands and makes a study Qf Gods higher laws In another place the Star says Mr Speclert says that often times during the night ho feels tho touch of a hand over his face some times the spirit friends hit him on the car or nose and at times they materialize and sit beside him In the heIbaahas held manyseances at night in his office and at private homes in SeattleIf eevr comes kack to Louis ville there will bo any number of materialized spirits ready to bat him on the ear and noso A J Speckert came of an es timable German family and was unusually bright as a youth At an early age ho began to practice law In Louisville and built up a large clientele Ere long he branched out Into real estate and the frenzied fi nance field Then he was known us the Young Napoleon of Finance The business was too heavyI there was a crash and down tumlled Olllo and his machinery Many trusting people lost their savings some all they had others lost fortunes in the wreck It was then that Ollie began to monkey with spirits and one night he tired s shot at his brotherinlaw was arrested and sent to the Lakeland Asylum on the ground fiat he was I- nsaneHe remained In the asylum for some time and was dismissed as cured After that he shook the dust of Louisville from his feet and lots of people shook thplr fists at Ollie Washington can not be much of a prohibition State when people see things that Ollie Speckert is seeing TRUE CHARITY i Children of Masonic Home Were Generous to Catholics Some tine ago the Kentucky Irish American told how the children of the Masonic Orphans Home at Utica had taken part In a concert for the benefit of the Catholic Orphan Asylum of the same city and how the Masonic committee raised 5300 for tellinghowWiley of the Masonic Orphans Home told this story Do you know the children of the Masonic home just wheedled me into this concert They did not have to wheedle very hard I assure you They were anxious to do all they fluid for the little orphans In the obaln country surroundings such as we enjoy at the Masonic Nome and they just would not gave me a rest until consented to help them in the project This concert was the result thehildren IinFATHER MHUGH VESTS Rev Ambrose MoHiigh 0 P Is pending nle vacation at St Louis B rtrand Convent He will remain I In Loul vlll about there week beers returning to VfatalHgton D Cc whor lie lal OM ot the pHofeaore jn RtudleiMierire iPHrleH McHugh otBttrtnth land Maplt ttrMtt ITI U c 0 4 DELAYED Consideration ot Veto Bill Is Once lore PostOllct1in Commons Warring Factions in Unionist Party Trying to Avoid Break Lords Will Be SorelyHumil fated it Asiiulth Forces Issue IRISH PEERS MOST OFfENSIV Contrary to programme the British House of Commons did not take tithe veto bill this week but post poned Its further consideration until next Monday The postponement was decided upon at a Cabinet meet Ing on Monday While the war scare has somewhat abated there are still alarmists who are urging the Liberals and Unionists to settle their differences and prepare for the Common enemyGermany- An effort was made on Tuesday to heal the breach between the In surgent and conservative Unionists at a dinner given In honor of Sir Alexander Ackland Hood who iis now known as Lord St Audrles He was formerly the Unionist partys whip Arthur Balfour leader of tho opposition in the House of Commons made a speech which it is expected will pave the way for heal- Ing the breach between the con servatives and Insurgent element all events the tension has lessened since King Georgo has decided to spend the entire week at Cowes Rumor is current In the lobbies of Parliament that Premier Asquith will take no chances on a surprise and that he will have created a batch of fifty new Peers before again trusting the veto bill to the House of Lords Lord Lansdowne has is sued a letter discountenancing the lIdea of any Unionist Peers voting In the Government lobby for the veto bill This belated decision on Lori Lansdownes part is taken to mean that he has secured enough votes to make the followers of Lord Hals bury powerless against the votes of Jthe Liberal Peers Some of the Peers are Very bitter In their speech but most of the public either do not pay any atten tion whatever to the House of Lords vor If they be strong politicians turn away In fury disgust and blttor reso IsIcreIwill control the House of Lords for the next three years During that time Ireland would get home rule and other Liberal measures would be passed that are decidedly obnoxious to the Unionists There might have been some tendency to spare the Peers humiliation If It had not been for their own performance But the Liberal temI ppr Is now up and the Intention is- o humiliate them as muchaspos slble The English poop e no longer have the love for a Lord that formerly distinguished them They have outgrown their times and their respect Many things have combined to produce this decadence of the ancient and proud aristocracy of England The first factor of courses the democratization of English Institutions The second factor is the Infatuation of the Lords during all the years since 1906 when they bean rejecting every measure passed by a Liberal House of Commons returned by the biggest majority in English history HonlTsection of the House of Lords which has fallen even lower than the rest the Irish section of It Twentyfive years ago the Irish Peers were lords and masters in Ireland andyin England had their big backing in the aristocratic landowning circles to which they were allied by marriage and by comon interests But they pushed things too far as aristocracies have a knack of doing and they hue come down with a crash and today there are none so poor as to do them reverence They are among the lenders of that revolt against common sense which has driven Lord Lansdowno against his will into ex treme courses and they have been yelling their hatred of their country and countrymen all through the veto debates REELECTED SUPERIOR The Ursullno Sisters held an election at tho Convent of the Immacu late Conception on Friday of last week and Mother Victoria Bornscm was chosen Superior for another term of throe years The Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G presided and was assisted by Rev Fathers Louis C Ohio and A J Thome Mother Victoria presides over 300 nuns who teach In twenty six parochial schools and three academies All these Institutions have prospered under her guidance LOYOLAS SUCCESS Loyola University Ja justly proud of the record nude toy Us students rem its medical schoolll in the dUll nIt examination for InternwhipB in the Cook County HonplUl Chicago nefaSdof efficiency lit toadiesI education In cbnI i o A- kLii Chicago Loyola University stood first among the colleges of the city In fact Its record of 100 per cent has npt been equalled by any other college iln past years Loyolas victory was fairly won and Its beII and the succeesful students are to congratulated NICE REPORTS Mackin Councils Meeting a VeryEnjoyableOne i J There was a rousing meeting of Mackin Council i Monday night with President Samiel1 L Robertson occupying the chair arid whooping things up all along the line During the course of the evening he made a spirited address repiete with good advice for young me4A report wasI made by Mackins delegates to the I andIfort to secure the convention of the National Federation of Catholic So cieties in 1912 Thomas D Cline made a partial report for the Opera Committee and announced that as soon as all the members made re turns for tickets the committee would make a final report Sherley Cunlff Chairman of the Sunset Excursion Committee made a decided hit when he said n sec words and handed over a check for 250 as the result of last Saturdays venture Mr Cunlff was complimented and commended by President Robertson for his own work and the work of Macklns Social Club An anniversary committee was organized with George J Lautz as Chairman and A C Link as Secretary This committee will arrange to celebrate the eighteenth anniversary of Mac kin Councils founding on the evening of September 10 I A feature of the evening was the reading of an original poem by the author Raymond Riddle who is gradually losing his sight The ppem was applauded on alt sides Supreme First Vice President Robert T Burke who returned from his bridal tour a few days before gave an Interesting talk on the West- C Oswald who has been 111 was repoted Improving John Doran was reported well C Schaefer and R Riddle were reporte improving and George Koertner was reported well LIMERICK GIRLS Are Winning honors and Gredter tlesr8s Nuns Louisville Limerick girls are win ning honors as well as hard work In the order of the Sisters of St Dominic This week Sister Mary Plus who has been made Mother Superior of St Agnes Academy Memphis left St Catherines Academyto take up her work Sister Mary Plus was knowq to the world before she made her religious profession as Miss Katie Kennedy She Is a sister of Miss Fannie Kennedy County President of the Ladles Auxiliary A O H Sister Bridget another Limerick girl has been reappolnted Mother Superior at West Lynn Mass She is a sister of William J Connell State Secretary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians In Kentucky Last week Sister Alexia who was Miss Brldgie OSullivan was reappointed Mother Superior at Lowell Mass Sister Mary Aquln the head of the order and Mother Superior at St Catherines Is another Limerick girl Before entering upon a religious life she was Miss Johanna Hollcran This week a number of novices were professed at St Catherines and among them another Llperlck girl Miss Rose Mullaney who will here after he known as Sister Mary Aquinas Good old Sister Anne the pioneer Dominican nun in Limerick still lives and is one of the angel guardians at St Catherines It must be a pleasure to her to see so many girls of her early mission gathered Into her community RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mary Gill who lied at her home 2311 Wesf Walnut street on Monday morning took place from St Charles Borromeo hunch on Wednesday morning and was very largely attended iMrs Jill was fiftyfour years old and was the wife of Matthew GUI a retired stove molder Besides her husband she Is survived by four daughters Mrs Max Zoeller Misses Rose Lorna and Grace Gill two sons Daniel and Bland Gill and a brother Thomas Riley and a sister Miss I Elizabeth Riley Though not unexpected the death of Miss Mary Goulding last Saturday at her home 715 West Market street caused profound Borrow throughout Holy Trinity parish of which she tad been a life member Miss Gould Ing was fiftyfour years old and was a woman highly esteemed for her many excellent traits of character She was a sister of James and John Gouldlng of New Albany The funeral took place Tuesday morning at Holy Trinity church which was thronged with mourning friends t I Prof and Mrs Leo Kollroe have the deep sympathyjOf many friends In their grief over the death of their lafaat son Lee KollroB Jr who dle4I on Sunday morning at their reeldenee 21Sth Twentieth treet TlM little Me Mfae only five monthi oldbut wta ytrjr dear In sir parantiU I I 1o f ry HOUNDS I I Have Found the Scent and Are NoW Following Trail onealII I Quiet Little Pissensionsiu the Republican Party Arc Growing Democrats Vill Name Dele gates to State PJatlorm Convention REVENUE MEN ARE STILL INERT The Morning KiYl and the After noon Growler alias the Herald and Post have taken the ORear trail Tallyho Tallyho and Tallyhlho In the mornin Nevertheless look out for fur fly Ing In local Republican politics rot long ago the dally papers noted that Frank McGrath Chairman of the Democratic City and County Committee had returned quite a sum to the candidates that participated tithe State prmary Now there are Republicans who are asking when IIf evcr will the local Republican committee make returns to the candi dates before the recent State conven tion Judge ORear Lieut Gov Cox and Hon E T Franks each put up generously there was no primary and consequently less expense than was Incurred by the Democrats but what became of the money There are several candidates who would like to know Prior to the State convention of the G O P Judge ORear served notice that he would fight tooth and toenail against the renomination of Robert Harris on the ticket for the Lelgslature In the Eighth and Ninth wards the Fortyninth dlstrlfct Mr Harris like Ajax defying the light ningrod agent boldly announces that he Is In the race to win and will be nominated despite the objec tions of the Prohibition candidate for GovernorAuditor James who Is still mad at the ORear forces and who dismissed John Cassady from the position of Revenue Agent has aggravated the local fight by appointing Lee Harris a brother of Robert Harris to suc icedhimfiMr Cassady Js not only well liked by the Republicans but has many Democratic friends In the city and county Nor can tho Customs House revenue agents gaugers storekeepers and clerka be expected to break their necks for Judge ORear The cry ORear and Prohibition will mean that their services will not be necessary and nothing hurts a man like taking away his Job Many of the former Republican hustlers In the Federal building have announced that they are out of politics They have seen signs in the stars that Indicate the election of a Democratic Governor of Kentucky and a Democratic President of the United States Quite a number of former active partisans are now putting up a civil service front I The Democratic City and County Executive Committee has desig nated the meeting places for the various legislative Mstrlct conven lions to be held nextSaturday August 12 All the conventions will beheld at 2 oclock and delegates will be selected to meet at Masonic Theater on August 15 to draft a Democratic State platform The meeting places of the various districts and the delegate vote to which each is entitled are as follows Fortyfourth district county of Jefferson outside of Louisville Courthouse Nineteen votes Fortyfifth district First ward Stockyards Hotel Johnson and Main streets Ten votes- Fortysecond district Second and Third wards621 South Shelby street Twentyfour votes Fortyseventh district Fourth and Fifth wards320 East Market street Fourteen votes Fortyeighth district Sixth and Seventh wards Seelbach Hotel roof garden Twelve votes Fortyninth district Elghtl and lNinth Wards Chawks veterinary Infirmary 731 South Seventh street Ten votes Fiftieth district Tenth ward Odd Fellows Hall Thirteenth and Walnut streets Four votes I Fiftyfirst district Eleventh and I Twelfth wards Schrcibers Hall Twentysixth and Bank streets Thir tyeight votes- Louisville I 2nd Jefferson county will have a total ot Ijll votes in tho State convention- Argue the clever political writer ot the Herald mentioned in his col umn this past week that Frank Mc Grath did not like Dan E OSulll van Why single out Mr McGrath or was it that the Herald could not spare that large amount of space Eliminating tho negro vote from the Fiftieth Legislative district William T McNally the young at torn e would bo an easy Dinner as his personality and announced platform appeal to eVery white voter In the Tenth ward Thus far Squire PT Sullivan has no opposition in his racesfor the Democratic nomination for Magis trate FLASfWB SPATCK CHALICE A dfapatek from Intro Cot to the JUeociu 4 Prey Saturday laya Moattrar Catholic arc pre parinfto bund a Mlewckurebon thee i site of the one burned last Sunday Though the Interior of the church was destroyed sand the altar reduced to ruins the sacred golden chalice and its communion wafers were unharmed This is regarded In Mont- rose as a miracle When the charred portions of the wooden altar were picked up and the tabernacle was reached it was found that the wooden portion of the tabernacles had been charred through and fell Into pieces at the touch of the hand But the chalice was unharmed Most mar velous of all was the fact that the silk lining of the tabernacle was not even scorched while the wood whi- rprotectedit was charred to a crisp MARBLE SHAFT To Mark Resting Place of the Noted Miss Fannie OGrady The Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Irish citizens of Chicago have launched a movement to erect a monu ment to the memory of the late Miss enI freedom of the Irish peoplp Miss OGrady was foremost in many movements of the betterment of the Irish race having been a founder of the old Irish club and several other organizations that gave much aid to Chi cagos Celtic citizens Tho Rev Dr J Crimmins Is one of the leaders In the movement to erect the shaft This has a deep significance to the people of Louisville who knew and ad mired Miss Fannie OGrady who spent several years here end who while here was always active In Irish affairs She was a sister of Miss Ellen OGrady who for many years con ducted a millinery establishment on Market street In this city and who later become the wife of Capt Michael Mlnton now an attorney The OOradya were Intensely Irish Nationalists Miss Ellen came to Louisville from New York State shortly after tho close of the Civil War She gathered Irishmen and women around her and began a cam rtalgn for better conditions here and In Ireland Queen Elizabeth never had more Influence with her eubjects than did Miss Ellen OGrady Her family had removed from New York to Chicago In 1871 came the destructive fire In that city The news was appalling There were no after noon papers In those days so the Irish of Louisville gathered at Miss OGradys on Saturday night to learn what they could about tho fire What they really wanted to know Was what had Become of the OGradys In Chl cago Man y aprayorwos offered that night for the safety of Miss Fannie OGrady and the other members of the family Their lives were spared but their household goods were consumed Miss Fannie came to Louisville and resided here for some time She was dashing tad brilliant and always for the Irish After a few years she returned to Chrlcago and was made nn assistant librarian In the Chicago Public Library a post she held for many rears She took an active Interest In the Hibernians In Fenianlson In anything that went for the moral and so cial uplift of the Irish In America and for the freedom of those at home Small wonder then that she Is to be honored In Chica- goIIELPING HANDS Held Out to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Pete Friends of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital held a meeting on Monday night to arrange a lawn fete tobe given on the grounds on the after noons and evenings of August 1C and 17l Rev Father Crane called the meeting to order J J Caffrey was elected Chairman and Harry Anger meler Was chosen Secretary Jacob J Hubbuch was made General Manger and Dr Peter S Ganz Treas urerThe following committees were ap pointedFinanceJacob J Hubblich Dr Peter S Ganz Frank McGrath Al Smith P Savage Harry Angermoler J J Caffrey Col John H Whallen Col James P Whallen Dr John Buschmeyer J W Gaffney J W OConnor B J Campbell Thomas Walsh and Edmund Rapp Press CommitteePatrick Savage Chairman Rev Louis G Deppen John J Barry and Leo Schuhmann I Heads of other committees were elected as hollows Miss Mollie Cur i ran novelty booth and big wheel Mrs John Buschemeyer linen booth Mrs Daniel Doherty country store 1Ilss Dora Barrett candy store Mist Blanche Gordon bean bag Miss Han- nahI Nagel ice cream and refresh ments Joseph Ovecberg German vii t lage D J Coleman dining room Mrs Philip Ernwlne euchre assisted by Mrs Frank feeder II The next meeting ot the general committee will be held at Sts MSry and Elizabeth Hospital at 8 oclock Monday evening DEATH OF MARTIN BURKE I Martin Burke forty years old died at his mothers residence 1823 East Elm street New Albany on MondafllIe had been III several months The deceased Js survived by his mother Mrs Catherine Burke two brothers John F and Thpmas Burke andalltterrMils Margaret B Burke The funeralto k place 1 from Holy Trinity church on Wedne day morning and war attended by a write circle of mourning n frlendeG t 1 eii rt- T OUTING For Orphans of St Josephs Asylum Conies Next Week Natty Committees Arc Arranging Attractions For This Occasion Public Spirited People Will Be Present in Countless Numbers I FIREWORKS AND ILLUMINATION T Every man in Louisville should at tend the picnic for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan Asylum and should take his wife and family with him on Wednesday August 9 The picnic will be held on the asylum grounds Crescent Hill The East Jefferson and West Chestnut street cars will pass the grounds every few minutes There was a general meet- Ing of all the committees at St Boni face Hall at 3 oclock last Sunday Each and every committee reported i on its work and the result was satis factory Joseph Hubbuch Sr is Chairman of tho General Committee and asso ciated with him are H H Frenke Henry Gude Henry Ellert B J Geher Frank P Senn Frank A Geher and Edward C Hill Finance Committee Frank P Senn Chairman H M Brinkhaus Edmund Rapp Henry Thleman F R Graf J B Ohllgschlager C L Barter William G Wetterer Henr Imorde Oscar L Block E G Hill and B J Johnson I I Press and Publicity Committee John E Simon Chairman and Rev Louis G Deppen Leo A Schuhmann- II William M HIggins Joseph Nold i Paul Frey Joseph Uebelhor JosephI Muennlnghoff George J Mldden- idorff Charles W Weisenberger J I Henry Meyer Ben J Sand and Harry Rlehlman I Besides these there are committees on the gate Illumination fish pond Itraffics confectionery refreshments Ice cream candy linen booth fancy work country store lucky wheel dairy lunch police music decora tion hospital and photograph gal lery1 e I More than 500 representative cit izens are members of these com5l v tees and they recognize the go3u 4 work done In the past at St Josephs Asylum and desire to see It per petuated None can fall to btf Im pressed favorably by the conditions surrounding the German CatbollO orphans after a visit to St Josephs AsylumThere will be everybody cominfoutfUgat the and none should miss the chance to do good for the orphans be his time ever so precious or his purse small It will be an allday affair and din ner and supper will be served In theeasylum refectories While It Is ex pected to be a great German gather- Ing there will be many Irish Ameri cans Italians and peoplp of other races at the outing In the evening there will be a splendid display of fireworks and excellent concert music will be rendered both afternoon and evening For sixty years St Josephs Orphans Society has cared for and educated boys and girls Who have become gotrd men and good women The work has been Increasing but the number of orphans has likewise Increased There is no institution In or around Louisville where the orphans are better clothed fed and t educated It Is hoped that every publicspirited man and woman in the city will attend this outing It only for a few minutes I r HUSH DRAMASfItfJ To Be Performed In A lea by Erins Best Actors 1 A new theatrical venture is prom ised the lovers of dramatic art in the United States by the proposed visit of Lady Gregory and William Butler Yeats who expect to preesnt a series Of Irish folk plays in New York and several other large cities In the East Lady Gregory is an Irishwoman with a British tltlor Yeats Is a poet playwright and a student of Irish folk lore In speaking of Lady Gregory George Bernard Shaw said ecently She Is the nurso of the trlsh National Theater No dramatist living or dead has shown the gift of the born play rioWMMMH Bjunmisf takablY t Lady to br Am sfar m i ls 1I 1rr I rra II Ir iI JrLr i xisn AMERIdAN I O KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflHD- tv 4e4 te the Social asd Merd 4yaltCeaCMeRtt ef Irish AMerica I and Caihetics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young MillS Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO I con orted Publlhr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC Enured it Mi Lonlivllte PoitoMIc ai SccondClata nUer IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St urH ill COIIIIIIfcaij ii to Uae KENTUCKY a0t4couucIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 1911 SAD MISTAKE GLoulsvllles United Trades and Labor Assembly has lowered IIts dignity In offering a prize of 50 to any couple that will be wed public at the Labor day picnic at Rlvervlei Park next month v This is making a mockery of the sanctity of the marriage bond of the home and the family John JUtchell former President of the United Mine Workers will not accept an invitation Ito attend tho picnic and deliver an address if he learns of this desccra lion of a sacred tie- SOCIAliSTIC VIPERS When men liko Representative Berger of Wisconsin threaten the destruction of the United Statel Supremo Court it is time to call a halt on Socialism that will be rjeffectual and final Mr Berger proposes to pension every person IiIn the United States who Is sixty years or older and who has been a citizen sixteen years who has an income f less than 6 a week and who has not been convicted of a felony HIli bill would provide pensions of from one to four dollars a week In exploiting his ideas in the balls of Congress Mr Berger made this p threat The old working men and women are entitled to a living outside of tho poorhouse and Without the aid of private charity If the old parties and tho United States Supreme Court do not realize that fact they will be wiped out of existence together with the old constitution As the Kentucky Irish America has said before Socialism is closel akin to anarchy Seeds of anarchy are sown by Socialist advocates The best way to scotch a snake Is to knt it The Socialist viper should be killed now EXAMPLE Volt KENTUCKY Our next Legislature shoul follow the example of the General Assembly ot New York which recently enacted a bill making it ia rony to carry deadly weapons It also forbids the sale of weapon except to persons having permit fronf the proper authorities to carr them and all dealers must keep i record of the buyers of weapons Life is too cheap in Kentucky t Irresponsible men boys and negroe can secure a knife a shot gun or ia revolver if they have the price Many a tragedy would be averted If the law against carrying deadly weapons were made a felony am strictly enforced t o ENCYCLOPEDIAS If one wants to be misinformed i concerning the Catholic church and TieVteachings he should read th- Is Encyclopedia Brlttanica It has all the Jrora of the old versions and adds severahJigw mistakes and mis Information Catholics who buy thu- work will be far from satisfied with Jtand nothing more clearly shows the necessity for the Catholic Ency- cloPediat wplch is now under way and of which several volumes have been Issuedl rjfKCIPROCITY NEARER Premier Laurier has dissolved the 3anadian Parliament on account ol the ppposition refusing to permit the reciprocity bill to come to a vote The people of Canada will be given a chance to vote OR the measure at the polls on September 12 This brings reciprocity nearer and there can be tittle doubt that the verdict of the people of Canada will support Sir Wilfrid Laurler Concerning the recent soul exposure gossip originating in Chicago the Catholic Register of Denver says vA Dr Patrick ODon nell ot Chicago reports that he has seen the soul leave the body ofa dying man In Chicago Several physicians wore present That soul mustI very little or half a ceItuI 0 0 6 0a 0S 0e welcome news that Pope Pius X hAs sufficiently recovered from his recent Illness to be able to appear In the Vatican Gardens The prayers ot tho faithful are that his recovery will be complete and that he may be spared for many rears to come The Democrats should go Peter Lee Atherton one better when they select their ticket and nominate him for State Senator trom the Thirl seventh Senatorial district as he would be particularly strong in that section WELCOME Awaits All Who Attend Plc nlc of Ladles Auxil lary A OH The Ladles Auxiliary A O H Is preparing a grand reception for v 1 Its friends at Fontaine Ferry Park nex Monday afternoon and evening Spe clal features and music will add I1In- terest to the occasion Mrs James D Bennett State President of the Ladles Auxiliary has worked harl and intelligently for the success of this outing and has been ably as slated by members of the various committeesThe of the committe Is as follows Arrangements Mrs James D Bennett Chairman Misses Fannie Kennedy Julia Kelly Mary Corcora Rose Sweeney and Mrs Dan Dough ertyPressMrs Rose Ansbach MIsse8 Nellie Nolan Margaret Hourlgan I1ml Barbara Ballman Music Misses CMary Butler Josle Lawler Katie May Lally and Mrs Agnes Hesslo- nAmusementsMrs Delia Banno Mrs Martin Sheehan Misses Mary Russell and Bertha King Mrs Thomas Keenan Miss Julia Hessio Mrs Joseph Farrell Misses Anna 1Iay Fallahay Mary Lovett Rose Sweeney Rose Smith LlllleCa11a han Lizzie Callaban and NeUle DowneyThe lady who sells the greatest number of tickets will 1 be awarded a diamond ring or a gohI watch whichever she prefers rhus far the leaders In the contest nre Misses Virgie Donahue Nellie Bra erick and Stella Cronan ONE BIG DAY For Catholics of Louisville1 1 at Fontaine Perry Park The Central Committee of the C K of A has arranged to have one big day for the Catholics of Louisvill In the way of an outing at Fontain Ferry Park and It will be held on Wednesday August 23 It will not only be a day for the Catholic Knights of America and their tam llles but a day for the Ancient Oi dor of Hibernians the Y M I the Knights of Columbus the Catholi Order of Fdrecters the Knights of St John and all other Catholic so belles and families The programme is being arranged and will Include a number of novel numbers There will be amusement for young and old and a pleasant outing is assured all who attend The Committee on Arrangement Is made up of William M Higgins Chairman and Gen Michael Reich jrt Ben Cruise John Schalda Patrick Holley William T Meehan larry A Veeneman Oscar Maler Eugene McCarthy Charles Hill John Kelly Joseph P McGinn Thoma 5eeley and P Jt Dtwllng and Barney Coil and Capt John B Mur phy of Jeffersonvllle The commit tee will be assisted by tho officers of the various branches WEDDING BELTS Miss Mary E Medley and Walter J Murphy were united in marriage b3 the Rev Father Charles P RatIo alt Charles Borromeo church at 2 ooloclc Qn Wednesday afternoon The attendants were Miss ClaUdl Medleya sister of the bride and Villard Fleece After Ihb ceremonj the bridal party was tendered a reception at the home of the grooms parents 738 South TwentYfourth street Later in the evening Mr aid 1o1r8 Murphy left on a honeymoon trip to St Johns Ky and other pints in the State The bride is the daughter of William Medley of St ohns Ky while the groom Is assO iated with his father Joseph J MurphY a well known brick building ontractor Th best wishes of a Iglpn of friends follow the happy ouple Into their new life for a long jurney of unalloyed happiness and rbip rlty ENJOYABLE RECEPTION Unity Council Y M I ot New Albany gave a largely attended and enjoyable reception at the club house edneiday night in honor I of Ute ladles who assisted in thereeJit- June fqto f Tk hbuM was opeiftliy- coiAtedd t aitd Illuminated for the 9 caalori and wwwited a brilliant 9cene Unity u oiWef the 1Ot- ldlaaa d moot jurll4lo promI OUM naJRUI I11 U SOCIETY H Mrs DJ Hines end children are visiting in Birmingham Ala Mrs Edward OConnor is spending two weeks at Buechel as the guest of Mrs L Nicholson Misses Mary and Margaret Ford who have been visiting In Evansville have returned home j HAPPILY WEDDED Miss Mary Medley a nd Murphy Mrs Harry Plock had as her guest Ma week her sister Miss Alclo Brown of Bloomfield Mrs Nannie Campbell was last week the guest of Mr and Mrs Jesse Dawson at New Haven Miss Eleanor C Morltz of Clifto Is visiting her cousins andoth friends In New Albany P E Henchey was one of the number from this city who registers d- In New York last week Miss Ida May Sullivan after two weeks visit to relatives at Tlog Springs returned Sunday J X Klnberger left Wednesday afternoon with a party of friends on a trip up the Kentucky river Sylvester M Gathof left Sunday on a two weeks visit to his slate Mrs A C Gnau in Cincinnati 11IISSeS Katten1Mayme and Helen bacher of Evansville Ind are visit- Ing Mrs Will S Kaltenbajher Mr and Mrs John F Oetken of New Albany are spending the summer months at Straus Mill Ind Dennis J Hines has been In Detroit the past week attending the Knights of Columbus convention Mr and Mrs Gus Bretz left Thurs day evening for a visit to Atlantic City and other points In the East Horace McCrocklln Treasurer o the Buckingham Theater spent several days jn Washington D C this week Charles Schreiber announces the engagement of his daughter Mis Mary Schreiber to J Willlai Kaster Mrs Thomas McGrath and daugh ter Miss Estello McGrath have gone to Colorado to visit relatives am friends Miss Ella M Scally has Just re turned from Sweet Sulphur Springs where she has been spending he vacation Mr and Mrs John Riehm and two sons have been visiting in Seymour the guests of Mrs Margaret Pbelar and family I I1lIss Catherine Corrigan and Mis I Blsa Stoll left Saturday for Michigan City Chicago and other points to visit friends Judge Walter Lincoln Mrs Lincoln and Miss Mae Adams Lincoln left Saturday to spend several weeks at Virginia Beach I IMrs John McA liffe and SOT Frank of Memphis Tenn have beerI visiting Mr and Mrs W G ORourke Parkview I IUss Eileen Neighbors will return Monday from a two weeks visit to friends and relatives at Elizabeth ovfvf Sonora and Nolin Misses Katie and Bessie Hartlgan ave gone to visit their sister Mrs George R Holt and brother William 1 Hartigan in Somerset Lawrence Kennedy who was visit- Ing his cousin Councilman Lawrence Ford of Jeffersonvllle has returned tQhls home In New York Miss Katie Henley and nephew left Saturday for a trip to Michigan Clty Chicago and Milwaukee They will returnt home next week Miss Josle Reardon and niece Miss Nora Smith of Bardstown were last week the guests of Mrs R Lee Chat bam of the Thirdstreet road Andrew Mahar who was seriously U1at1 his home in Jeffersonvllle Ir Improving and it te believed ho Is now on the highroad to recovery Miss Adelaide Crush who has been ttendlng a house party at Delevan JakeWl spent a few days in Chi ago before returning home Tuei day MlseesI Llllle and Kate CaNt haye been members ofa housepartft win Oaks Drakeeboro the hiOffie of MINeS Mamie anil Madeline Deatiell Mr and isft James A Wathen lye announced the engagement of ely daughter Mlu Mirjam Elba HUt Wathra to Andrew J Cbrcaraw Capt Lr Duffy a will kiftirn ItroM inaa of Owi JVelt1lJnllJIre1 u nI 1 Jolclng over the arrival of a line boy at his feQtoj Z031 Portland aye flue Miss Mary Geraldine Kavanagh is spending a few days with her sisters Sisters Agnita and Callista at St Catherines Academy near Spring field I Mrs Mary Clines and daughter Miss Mary have returned from a two weeks visit to Birmingham Ala where they visited relatives and were entertained at a number of reccptioni Walter Mrs P J Dowling and daughters Misses Frances and Catherine havo been spending a pleasant week iatI Fairfield tho guests of Mrs Steve Clark Mrs C M Greene Miss Dovle Greene Master Henry Briner and Mrs W E Borders have gonoto Dayton Ohio to spend a month with relatives Mrs J Beck and daughter Ruth who were guests of Mr and Irs Phil McGovern Flora Heights have returned to their home in Kansas City Kan- Attornty Thomas A Barker ahd family left Thursday afternoon for Wildwood N J where they wlll spend their vacation until the middle of September Misses Margaret and Lucy Duga of Rosewood avenue have been en tertalning as their guest this week Miss Margaret Higgins of Twenty fourth street S Miss Mary Ridge entertained TueS day evening with supper In honor of Miss Bessie Donahue of St LouIs who Is here on a visit as the guest of Miss Ridge Mrs Blanche Shelley Mrs Iate Newman Miss Agnes Welch of Spring Station Miss Rose Gait and Miss Louise Shelley will go next we ak to Atlantic City Mrs Josie Sullivan and her niece Miss Mabel Score are spending n few days at StT Catherines as tli guests of the Dominican nuns Mrs Sullivan is a sister of Sister Mar Plus W G OConnor Customs Agent for the Illinois Central Railway at New Orelang paid a brief but very pleasant vlst to relatives in Louli vllle this week while en route from Chicago Dr and Mrs Peter S Ganz wl11 celebrate their fifteenth wedding anniversary this evening An inform reception will be held at their res- Idence 1442 South Sixth street from 7 to 11 oclock M J Mullen the wall paper mai eventh and Oak streets left Thursday for a visit to his old home iIn hiladelphla He will take In A antic City and other Eastern cities before lie returns eorge J Butler exState President of the Ancient Order of Hlbe tans and one of the citys most uccesstul business men is spendln ten days in rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Miss Josephine SchmUckof the lighlands has returned after a visit of fIve weeks to Cannelton Ind On her return trip she was accompanied by her cousin Miss Emmi chmuck of Cannelton Thomas A Brocar and wife of Grainger Court left Thursday to spend tha month of August with elatlves in the East They will visit Vashington Baltimore Philadelphia Atlantic City and New York before returning Mrs John Mullaney her daughter lisa Louise Mullaney and her granddaughter little Susie Conley went tc St Catherines Academy on Thursday to witness the profession of1lIs8 Rose iMullaney Mrs Mullaneyt aughter Dennis Sullivan of the firm 01 ulllvan Brach hig wife and son Daniel have returned from a five weekstour of the West that embraced Denver ColoradO Springs San Francisco Los Angeles the Cat ilno Islands and Yellowstone Park Herbert Jess l and bride who was Mlss Alma May Hughes have returned from their wedding trip to Chicago and are at home to friends at 972 South Second street TheJ arriage took place last week at the hurch of Our Lady in Portland Rev Father Conniff officiating jtffTherances Marle Hoertz and Alfred Trevor Phayne was quietly olemnined Sat day in the rectory of the Cathedral ofi tlje Asaymptlon Father Donoltuq srformed the ceremony Mpssrs haWhayn9 and Edmund Miller wert the only attendants Mr and xri WAayne left Immediately after ieB r monyfor aahorttrip ttCin ehiBtT ywmgbelaet of pgtivt to Michigan to Bpsnd MV ral Jf i 1 oot t ++ztr s t + ot s1449+4 + 5 tf ixU foSooH fSUBSORIBEf jZZ h 4+ i rt KENTUCKY OJ jF EsE II fA IL ILIRISH AMERICAN y 11 iiiiBrightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwest ss rs H nON E DOLLAR PER YEARU VYAAvIX v lsH If You Want All the News and Particulars of Happenings sz 3i in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper H i s AXYForeign Countries 1L50 Per Year Home Phone 946 AA AA tWWW o i s 9O00000A delightful musicale was given Tuesday night at tho residence of Miss Matlldabel Galligan 1321 De barr avenue in honor of Miss Ll11lan Glngell of Cannelton and Miss Clara York of Alabama The following were preesnt Misses Mary McCan Beesle Duprae Clara York Marie Barrett Lillian Gingell Matildab Galligan Desmond Cooper Ordon Ziggleburger Marie Schlacbter Eva Otte Emma Schmuck Josephine Schmuck Mary Galligan Me dames Galligan and Donahue and Messrs Horatio York EdwlnOtte Ben Mlnstlrkette Henry W Schlac ter Edward Konz James SmlthEd win Bushier Oliver Martin Charles Galligan Joseph Glngell and Chest Marshall BOOSTERS- Officers of Division 1 Are For IrlrhAmerlcan Day There was a good attendance and a- I lively meeting of Division lA O Hon I Tuesday night with Preside I William iMurphy occupying the chair T E Shannon and John Holden were reported 111 President Murphy and Thomas W Tarpey reported the pro- c edlngs of the latest meeting of the County Board and both boomed Iris I American day at Rlvervlew Pnrk where Irishmen and women of every creed and society can mingle becon acquainted and enjoy themselves I The visit of National President James J Regan in the fall was announced and Division 1 promised IrI do Its best In helping to entertain him when he arrives The members also promised to attend theDicnIcof the Ladles Auxiliary at Fontaine Ferry Park on Monday evening GRAND COUNCIL Programme For Social and I Business Sessions at Carrollton The Grand Council of the Y M I Kentucky jurisdiction will hold ItsI annual meeting at Carrollton Ky August 20 21 and 22 Frank Q Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors reports that all arrangements have been perfected for I tha meeting It is expected that man local members of the Y M I wl11 spend their vacations in Carrollto during the convention week The social entertainments will be under the auspices of St George Council of Carrollton On Sunday August 20 tho delegates and visitor will be given a trip to the countr near Carrollton On Monday all will attend mass before beginning the I business of the Grand Council In the afternoon the delegates and visit qrs will bo given a steamboat ex curslori up the Kentucky river and ta fish fry On Tuesday the entire day will beI devoted to business and the electioni I of Grand officers It is expectei that reports will show nearly all theI councils in a flourishing condition The three days session will cbs with banquet on Tuesday evening DdMIXIOAN MOVEMENTS Rev Father W R Lawler O P ormerly one of the assistant priests t St Louis Bertrand Convent spen Tuesday and Wednesday in Loulsvllli and then departed for St Ros i Academy Springfield Rev Father T T Quinn one of the assistant prIests at St Louis Bertrands Convent Is enjoying a brief vacation Ir Jew Haven Conn Rev Father J R arrent another assistant priest al the same conventwnt leave for the East tomorrow to spend his vacation toy Father McGovern the newly ap lolnted Prior has not yet reached Qulsvllle Meanwhile Rev Father Dloyle is filling the duties of Prior and pastor of the parish js DR DOIIERTy NAJIED lGov Willsoh is being commended for appointing Dr William B oherty a member of the State ibrary Commission Dr Doherty Is- one of Ldulsvlllea most eminent phy clans a great student and has ubHthed seevral books on medicine and hygiene He succeeds Mlse Fanny Castleman Rwsoh also of Louii Il11e who resigned from the commls elon to become Us Secretary Dr Doherty was formerly a member of e commIssion and rendered that ody valuable ivlceDrDoherty- has also been honored by belngfP pointed by the Board of TriHt M of le University of LouIivIJle as Pro or of Obstetrics ila th medleal Qp8J1Ol GREflGER5 BUSINESS SCHOOL SECOND AND nREOKINKIDOK SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE READERS OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN This school is fortunate inhaving both the best Bookkeeping and Shorthand systems taught in Louisville We would be glad to have you call and see us and we think you will appreciate the claims we make DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES THE YEAR AROUND J D CREAGER Principal PicturesA- re of W1mtI m That you spent for something you not NEED started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT this bank to Interest twice a year There MAY a time when your LAST DOLLAR must spent for something you DO MEED SAYING now of 11111 dollars you are wasting might keep th tbard tlnie j froto eyer onilng Title pipKi Trust CoT k jandand I p m Saturdays Until 7 p mIile a5S35 3 KMTSJMOUIBIISI Se Late News That Will Intere Members Here and Else where Colorado Springs Council will bE represented by a beautiful float II civic parade of Carnival week Milwaukee Knlgflits were fchallcng by the Hibernians for a match gamE to be played today at their gather at Pabst Park The Knights ot Mason City Iowa have accepted plans for a foursto building that will cost betweeI i50000 and 60000 Candidates from Victor CripplE Creek Pueblo and other councils wU receive the third degree at Colorad Springs on Sunday August 20 The massive pectoral cross ai Icbaln of Bishop Tlhen consecrated re costly Bishop of Lincoln Neb waf the gift of the Knights of Wichita j HELP REDUCE DEBT A lawn festival for the benefit 01 St Georges new church will be given at Henry Dubourgs grove on the Eighteenth street road and one mile from the city limits next Monday and Tuesday evenings They will be the usual attractions and a lunch of coffee and sandwiches will be served on the grounds A cordial invitation is extended to the friend of the parish to help reduce a 12000 debt on the church which stands a monument to Rev Goorg Weiss and the people of that section The Orell Interurban cars go to the grove and extras will be run 1It necessary Fifteen awards be made to purchasers of admlssioi tickets which are only ten cents NEED NEW CHURCH It Is stated that plans fcra J nev Church of the Holy Name have beei InspectortTheerected on the spacious ground aflj hurchalrhlrdlstructure sixtyseven feet wide and 145 feet long The tower will bs 105 feettaUTh estimated cost tis 40000 Ref Father John OCon- nor It pastor of the church and hap a that s growIng rapI- dly SERGEANT WICKHAM IMPROVES Sergeant Con Wfcteham IB itill con fined to mtMart and Bliiabeth E14pitalI whertf he has jut undar go an operatlonwhfek has proven sVetMful rand th jwwilkr officer li rxpctd tobe out next WkJ n Vacation a source onstant pleasure to you and your friends Pictures tell the story better than words DONT FAIL to take a Camera with you on your trip whether it be a days outing or a trip abroad We will gladly give further particulars kiQ tdWest 321I I JjI- U did would have with bear COMPOUNDED COME be The 11 11y Saving j Court Place 3 a the will congregation THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All oils promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occtti loni 1225 W MARKET ST Ghas tl Roo6rs II BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city leaks Magazines and Religious Article Or JCVJEXT DMORIFTXCm 434 West Jefferson Stre- etMONUMENT Weare now receiving from Barre Vermont three car ourtrifaair7 4eMcI eIt we have fli NrrW WWekwe ea- abir at ak P1 I tItpI lULDOOI TI Monument Company 813 W OreenSt Louisville K MTSLL TO REJIBJroER The world li whirllBf pretty fe- It takes wonderful power of ends nee to keep up with bemad ru- InoftrencIevor it Is well to rcme Iber that this life 11b11t a iteppft to one beyond t18glaYtt TtIltoD Important fact te oenelder o L Vii r Th t a f I D KlCNTUOKY IRISH BE SURE TO CALL FOR T McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kx II k tU It D J DOUGHERTY Sti J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9- Y Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS fTAUCalls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET LsV t t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 JeJSONStFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SSJS Eat Jklain street L 44ssssss + ssssstt4Istsssq +4se + I4 + ss + + ss + + s + + s + K than W Smiths Son0 I AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O m FOR I Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to I WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY BMBALMBR Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1677 All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us ROBERT G MBRIDE iE With J W Beilsteln Co FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Columbia Building Fourth and Main BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrop Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HERRMANN BROS rnPRZERS FIME WINES AND LIQUORS Dieitlleri and Wbolewle Deal en ia Fit Brands of Ken lucky Wakkieaeapeela- i1yearP Of Nlstfnyn OTTLED IN JKMD TlhplHMl i JMI o r 1lIxltnHITC PETER M ANIIRIOT SONS I WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET PITTS B- COAL 375 PER TONTELEPHONE Dougherty Lanninfi 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 dellverywUIbWe are prepared to furnish leu for all occasions and in any quan City Both Phones 297 i AMERICANIce INCORPORATED iN ECerPiarl Slid FItyd Street HtNRYHUNOLD r BHAIHR IN Slapland Fancy Griwiis A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IK CONNECTION Old Whlakies a Specialty s u Ufi524WWALMut= alwayaInsipid1 bypour1Aafro u r f f iJ SUPKEME KNWJIT James A Flaherty Elected to Serves Another- Term The national convention of th Knights of Columbus was held fIn Detroit this week and on Wednesday the election of officers was held James A Flaherty of Philadelphia was reelected Supreme Knight Other officers chosen were as fol lows Martin Carmody Grand Rapids Mich reelected Deputy Supreme KnightWilliam J McGlnley New Haven Conn National Secretary J D Callahan Washington Treas urer J C Pellltter Boston National 1I Advocate and head of the Committee on Laws Dr E W Buckley St Paul Na tional Physician Thomas J McLaughlin New York National Warden The Rev P J McGlveny Middle town Conn National Chaplain The National Board of Directors 1Is as follows George Monaghan De troit James Maher Chcago James McGraw Oklahoma City Ii J Coughlln Kansas City William Fox Indianapolis Victor J Dorr Augusta Ga John H Reddin Den ver W D Dwyer St Paul Joseph A Mercler Montreal John A Bow lerl Sioux Falls Mathias Monomer Jr Mobile Daniel J Griffin New York and William H Gulliver Portland Maine The convention vigorously reaf firmed former declarations of the order In favor of total abstinence and voted down a resolution to allow wine and liquors to be served In th I club rooms The convention opened on Monday with a Pontiifcal mass at Holy Rosary church Delegates were present from all over the Unitedd States Canada Porto Rico Hawaii and the Phllipplse Islands The ser mon was preached by the Rev Father F J Von Antwerp of Detroit who denounced American divorce laws He said divorce and remar riage was only legalized polygamy Father Van Antwerp also pleaded for all Christians to join in opposing political corruption During the three days that the Knights were In session the business was Interspersed with social func tionsThe annual teport of Supreme Knight Flaherty shows that on April 30 last the membership of the order aggregated 266000 a net gain for the year of 18015 A net gain of eightythree councils for the year Is reported The amount paid in death claims since the organization has been In existence Is over 5000000 with an aggregate col lected in assessments of more than 7000000 DEATH OF JOHN T RYAN John J iRyan a master plumber well and favorably known In Louis ville and a brother of State Senator Mark Ryan died at tho City Hospital on Tuesday night He had been ill a year and suffered from a complication of ailments He was born Mid reared in St Patricks parish this city but after serving his appren ticeship at the plumbing trade trav eled over the country extensively Mr Ryan was thirtysix years old and unmarried The funeral took place from the residence o his aunt Mrs Annie McTIghe 834 South Seventh street with a requiem mass at St Louis Bertrand church on Thursday morning AliLDAY PARTY Mr and Mrs Edwin Schuler en tertained the folldwlng friends at an allday party at their home Glenco near Worthington Misses Bee Cop naughton Maeme and Nell Keaney naughfon Mama and Nell Keaney Evelyn and Viola Schuler Mrs George M Wilson of Memphis Tenn and Messrs E T Chamber lain A L Chamberlain Frank Kelly Roy Wilker of Chicago Will Haunsz Guy Sussell and Herr Von Martin Heeler of Berne Switzerland In the evening Mr and Mrs Schuler and Mrs Wilson chaperoned the party 9na hayride to Anchorage CORNERSTONE LAYING The cornerstone of St Francis De Sales church at Cote Brilllante near Newport will be laid Sunday Aug atiMacs will have charge of the serv ices The various Catholic societies of Newport Bellevue Dayton and CovIngton will meet at St Stephens church before the ceremonies and march through Newport over Grand avenue to participate in the celebra tion NAZARETHS CENTENARY During Mother Eutropias term as General of the Sisters ot Charity of Nzaretl the academy and order Will celebrate the centennial of their founding The centennial will be observed in a very proper manner I LONDON CHURCHES There are ninety Catholic churche on the north side of the Thames i London and forty on the south sid of that river A remarkable fact la regard to this growth is that nOt ot them have been erected since the restoration of the hierarchy not more than sixty year ago ENTERING TRUE FOLDI gpnenfrominto the Catholic church in England since last Septemberall men of dietinctron and many of them of high position ABSOTUTELYSAFE- The new elevator in the City Hall recently Installed by the American el eCompanrauLoulvtue in thoroughlytesteald Work that it will not tolL The ele1 rator was made to O i v11e1IY o n a 3 l Louisville workmen and is described as a masterpiece pf ingenuity It has fourteen safety devices It was de signed and installed under the super vision of Victor K Ecker Secretary Treasurer of the American Machine Company and Theodore J Kirn Its Superintendent A new and safe elevator has long been needed at the City Hull and Messrs Ecker and- o Kim are to be congratulated on giving the city a lift that is abso lutely safe SILVER CKOhS Taken Prom Grave Ira Mich igan Is Interesting Relic The Catholics of Michigan are match Interested In finding a highly ornate silver cross which was taken from a grave at Cross Village a few days ago This ancient settlement gained its name from a cross erected there in Father Marquettes time by his priests If not by himself The cross was taken from a grave overlooking Lake Michigan The cross is8xl3 inches and Is of skilled workmanship The engraving is almost obliterated The points on the nimbus are heart shaped and the extremities of either arm are fashioned like an anchor It was the custom in Father Mar quettes time to bestow some special mark of favor on the chief spokesman of an Indian tribe and It fid supposed that this cross was presented on such an occasion CRIPPLED COLONELS toeMeet Burke andHis- Hoosiers Del Howards crippled Colonels will again try conclusions this afternoon and tomorrow with their jonah team he Columbus Senators who can thank the Louisville team for their high position in the race having beaten the Colonels nine out of ten games up to the present series Monday Tuesday land Wednesday the team will play at Toledo returning home to open up here Thursday with Jimmy Burkes Hoosiers who so far have done even worse than the Colonels this being the first at home game since Friday July 14 It is earnestly hoped that Eddie Lennox will be able to play on the clubs return as their first downfall seems to date from his Injury which goes to prove that his splendid hitting and fielding was tho most Important factor In our early success and next to Lennox Grim shaw is badly needed Owner Grayson still has the confidence of the fans who know that be Is endeavoring to plug up the weak spots which would have been unnecessary If It was not for our numerous accidents and mis fortunes and it is believed that their encouragement and long home stay will again make the Colonels afactor in the pennant race HOLY CROSS LAWN FETE everything is in readiness for the lawn fete to be given for the benefit of Holy Cross church on the church grounds Thirtysecond and Broad way next Monday and Tuesday afternoons and evenings The ladles of tho parish will serve a bounteous supper and Col John H Whallen will do the carving Holy Cross parish Is young but Is growing rapidly and the parish1 ners are anxious to show their appreciation of Rev Father John Sheridans tireless work TAKES VACATION Wallace Renfro Secretary pf the Donahue Detective Agency left Thursday for Mlnneonka and the lake region He expects to be gone six weeks and before returning will spend two weeks In Montana He hopes to be greatly benefited by the trip FAREWELL FETE There will be an open air concert and lawn fete at St Augustines old church Fourteenth and Broadway next Monday and Tuesday evenings Lt will be the farewell entertainment on the old grounds Rev Father Francis Felten expects all his white and colored friends to attend the exercises on one or both evenings A bounteous supply of refreshments will be a feature of the lawn fete HAPPY PARENTS Harry M Slater and wife who was Miss Esther Weeden had a visit from the stork last week who left at their home a handsome little son Th9happy parents are sharing their Joy and congratulations with Grandpa Weeden the youngster being his first grandchild I FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will begin at Holy Cross church tomorrow and will close on Tuesday This beauti ful devotion was scheduled two weeks ago but was postponed on ac Fathersimprovnlage POPE PIUS IMPROVES The latest advices from Rome say that the condition of Pope Plus X occasions no alarm His physicians believe that a few days rest will en able him to resume his ordinary routine of fife NEW BISHOP REMEMBERED The new Bishop Right Rev Joseph Patrick Lynch of Dallas received contributions as a gift from the priests of big diocese amounting to 6000 and the sum of 4000 as an offering from the laity of the city of Dallas Additional gilts were made byprleets arid frieptds outside of the diooeaei c8quareaad roundneck bodices arj equallpopulare n Yll I Indiana Grand Council In Session for Three Days The Grand Council Y M I of the Indiana Jurisdiction will assemble at Brazil Ind on August 7 and will HopeCouncilsplendid programme for the enter delegatesOnDirectors will meet and In the even ing there will be a reception In honor of mornIngtheChurchsermon will be preached by the Rev Chaplain heldInnightOn fordeCeasedsession will follow There is so much business of Importance to con havelittlefunctionsLarge numbers of members are ex petted to accompany the delegates VernonRIchmond NOTED PEELATES Will Attend Annual Meet Ing of Eucharistic League Quite a number of Louisville thePriestsInCincinnatitoOctoberengagements or new emergencies will Gibbonsfromwho have signified their intention of attending are Archbishops Farley PaulGlennonNewOrleansofLoulsv1lleTheRlght1tev attend The object of the league is to pro mote devotion to the Blessed Sacra ment Its members devote one adoration agree say one mass annually for deceased members of the association BADE FRIENDS FAREWELL Rev Father Paulinus Kranz O F M who has been Prior at St Josephs Convent for eight years past has been transferred to St Boniface Convent Peoria Ill On Wednesday night he addressed the men of St Josephs congregation and bade them farewell In return he was presented with a gold watch and other tokens of esteem While Stjosephstowers on the church Improved and embellished the sanctuary and Installed electric lights Rev Father actingPriorander has been all assistant priest at St Josephs and is familiar with the parish york- CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL I This is midseason at the Catholic Summer School on tho borders of Lake Champlain N Yand the weather there Is delightful The morning lectures next week will be given by Rev Father Swlckerath S J of Holy Cross College Worcester Mass These lectures will deal with Some Aspects of the Protestant Reformation Four evening lectures will be given by George Kriehm Ph D of Columbia Uni versity New York City His series will deal with The Paintings of the Nineteenth Century HONORS OHIO ELKS Ohio Elks will have the honor of being the first to welcome the new Grand Exalted Ruler John M Sullivan pf New Orleans In his first offi cial connection and first public appearance as the presiding officer of the order This will take place at the annual meeting of the Ohio Association at Cedar Point August 16 16 and 17 In addition to Grand Exalted Ruler Sullivan there will be speeches delivered by Attorney Gen eral Timothy S Hogan Walter D JudgeJamespreme Court QUEBEC A CATHOLIC CITY Quebec is preeminently a CatholIc city Out of a population of 80000 there are scarcely 600 nonCatholics Perhaps the chief point of Catholic Interest In the city Is the French Cathedral This basilica Ua wonder ful structure begun as early as 1647 BishopLavaltheQfohnderQuebec His diocese extended from tbp Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Gulf of St Lawrence to the Gulf ot Mexico PRESIDENTS GUARD DEAD Martin OBrien for eighteen years WhlteHouseWashington thepon the second floor of the Executive Mansion just outside the Presidents door the was known In Washington as the Presidents bodyguard ARCHBISHOPS HOLIDAY Prendergasttlwhen in Ireland always upends an wherehlColamunity 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had a very good year and are 1n excellent condition Though not attracting much at tention the division In New Albany Is going along steadily and doing good workMilwaukee Hibernians are today holding their annual Hold day and games there Hon William Dillon will be the orator When the weather becomes favor able County President Ford Intends to start a revival in Jeffersonville that will greatly Increase the membership there The annual gathering of Duluth Hibernians at Lincoln Park was a marked success There was a pro gramme of sports that lasted until eveningRemember the outing of the Ladles Auxiliary at Fontaine Ferry Park next Monday Interest is felt in which division will make the largest showingThe first division to meet will be No4 on August 14 Division 3 ad Jjumed over next Monday In deference to the Ladles Auxiliary outing next Monday night National President Regan will be accorde a reception when he visits Louisville that will equal any ho has received since he has become head of the Ancient Order The division of Indianapolis will observe the anniversary of the battle or Yellow Ford with oratory music and an athletic programme The cele bration will take place August 16 at Gcrmanla Park Division 2 had a good meeting Wednesday night John J Sullivan Charles Obst Tom Hannan and others of the old guard were present and contributed largely to the Inter est of the session National President Regan delivered an address last week at a special en tertainment given by Division 4 in St Paul At the conclusion of the ceremonies former President R J Connolly was presented with a gold watch and chain- Louisville Hibernians will leave Itoothing Undone to make IrishAmeri can day August 20 at Rlverview Park the most notable of the year It is proposed to have a gathering of at least 15000 people to share In the festivities that will be provided MORE MEMBERS Division 3 Obligates Sev eral and Receives Ap plications Division 3 A O II held a splendidly attended meeting on Monday night with President D J Coleman In the chair Four applications or membership were received Martin Tully William ONeal James Mooney Anthony Egan and Thomas E Sheehan were obligated The Vis- Iting Committee reported that Patrick Kilkenny who had been Ill for three weeks had returned to work and James Broderick who had been 111 was present at the meeting Vice President Hugh Hourigan re ported the proceedings of the last meeting of the County Board The official statement from the National Board was read for the second time I and the State assessment was or dered paid Attorney Patrick T Sullivan read a copy of the charter of the order and spoke on the splen did record of the Hibernians in the United States Owing to the fact that IrishAmerican day Is to be celebrated at Rivervlew Park on August 21 the regular meeting night of Division 3 It was decided to hold the meeting on Sunday afternoon August 20 at 2 oclock Thomas Quinn Captain of one of the membership teams addressed the members and urged them to keep on securing applications President Coleman called the members atten tion to the Ladies Auxiliary picnic at Fontaine Ferry Park on Monday August 7 and urged every member to attend and help to make it a grand success Short and Interesting talks were made bYJohn M Maloney John Karman John Broderick John Or Hesslon Patrick Begley Thomas Noon and others The newly obli gated members spoke briefly CASINOOIIPHFUM- Moving pictures that will certainly please their patrons have been secured by the Casino and Orpheum for next week This Is due to the fact that these houses have fIrsti choice of the latest and best films made and therefore are enabled to present the highest class of pictures exhibited In this countrythose that are clean instructive and amusing DOMINIC GERARDI ILTi As the Kentucky Irish American goes to press It is learned that DamI into Gerard the veteran harper lies I critically 111 at his hoirfe 632 Souttl I Fifth street He has suffered from a complication of ailments during the past six months Ills friends nil overtheclfy are anxious for hits speedy and complete recovery Tom talc Is not known to have ever had an enemy None ever heard him speak ill of anotberHIpalolt was musleand he was equally at home with the IfOftMrtn dotItaly or he martial music of Ireland- It Ili obe hoped that lie fJnbe spared jkd trite tM ki p saran 1- i r- Y SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION I 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kinsRecording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler See geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meat First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President C J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreaurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meow First and Third Mondays Ilneteenlh and Portlan- dPresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial Secretary J G Hes stonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyViceRecording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly SergeantatArms William Cal lagbanSentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresIdentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grodjr Financial Secretary John Hogan TreasurerB A Coil SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y IkI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretarYF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding Secretary H Ker berg TreasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentlnef P Andrlott Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart ItAi1J1ERE P vi J 1 A Mlrncnlotn Medicine 7 Mrs Kath Hlldman writes from Iowa March 17 1910I WM wreck had an attack of apoplexy and was over 6 months help lesscould not eatl nor sleep Any trine matter made me nervous I would cry and Lad a desire to be alone Have taken 6 bottles Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonic and I now can sleep and have a good appetite arid feel so well that 1 can do my days work I am very much pleased with the Tonic and wilt recommend It wherever I can I am happy and healthy writeMrs B McCabe Quincy 111 305 Wash ington St Sept 1 1916She suffered from Nervousness and Catarrh but few bottles Pastor ICoenlera Nerve Tonic cured her Mrs Dan Leach writes from Coy vllle Ins Jan 27 1909 Pastor Koenigs Nerve TonIc did my daughter more good than all the doctors FREE Ott Tndl WeSleYi A Valuable Book on Ner SamplebottletlenU also get the medicine free Prepared by the nay FATHER Kocxia of Fort Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III- 1O8 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at 1 per BottU 6 for S Loge Slit J75j 6 Bottles for 9 FOXTAIXE FERRY Fontalnq Ferry Park is now In the height of its most successful season and is drawing the largest crowds in its history Every afternoon and evening the band concerts are en theaIIterI I lovers of vaudeville The bill for next week Is one of exceptional merit and with the other attractions the popularity of the park beautiful will continue greater than ever I RAISE THEIR RATES After a stubborn fight the Catholic I Order of Foresters In their biennial convention In Cleveland on Wednesday decided to raise the orders In surance rates so as to equal the rates adopted by the National Fraternal Congr ss The new rates will go Into effect January 1 1913 The Foresters are but following the ex ample of the Catholic Knights of America who readjusted their rates I everai years ago with the result that they are today looked upon YIl OomtoJlatQMrIl feJllCraterna1America Tll- tl nr 0 c p IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Very Rev Canon Harte has been reelected Chairman of the Castlerea old age pension subcommittee The Most Rev Dr Hoare was unanimously reelected Chairman of the Longtord County Infirmary Com mittee Ninetythree applications for the position of electrical engineer have been filed with the Dundalk Urban CouncilUnusual heat has lately prevailed all over Ireland The temperature In Dublin Reached 100 In the sun and 82 In the shade Dr Michael Coyne of Monaghan has been coopted a member of the Urban Council In room of the late Patrick MoKenna Much regret Is felt In Monaghan over the transfer of Rev Cornelius Tierney from St Macartens Septln ary to Dallyshannon Bythe death in his ninetysecond year of John lMcDonnell tit Emlla the Dingle Peninsula has lost one of its oldest inhabitants The death of the Very Rev Canon Stephens of Balllhrobo is widely regretted Canon Stephens was ap pointed parish priest ol Balllnrobe In 1905 succeeding the late Dean RonayneT Michael Glynn and Martin Moran committed for trial on a charge of murdering Patrick Sheehn at KI1 colgan last February were released from Galway Jail the charge being abandonedAt Board of Guardians Mrs Marie ODonnell was appointed relieving officer and subsanitary officer Inspector of cowsheds and dairies and collector of cottage rents In succession to her late husband Coroner Bourke and an East Cavan Jury found that Owen Clarke aged fortyseven who was found hanging In his home committed sui cide but did not know from the evi dence whether he was sane or insane at the time The potato blight has made Its ap pearance In the Killeshandra district The deathof the Right Rev Camillus Beardwood the Abbot Mount St Josephs Roscrea which occurred In a private hospital In Dublin is much regretted The death has occurred at New Ross in his ninetieth year of John Tobin an exmember of the Town Commissioners who took an active part in political moveemnts in the past He was a strong Parnollite and was identified with the Fenian movementFather P P Campbells death at Laurencetown County Down caused widespread regret and is keenly felt by his parishioners and through out the diocese of Dromore Father Campbell was born in Newry sixty byhisHugo fires have been raging on the bogs in the Carbury and Dona dea County Kildare districts re cently The conflagrations extended over portion of the estates of Miss Grattan Messrs iMdnorney Wilson and Dobbs As a result thousands of acres have been laid bare of game cover DELEGATES Chosen For National red elation of Catholic Societies At a called meeting of the Jefferson County Catholic Federation on Thursday night of last week the Rev Father Charles P Raffo and Dr P S Ganz were elected delegates to represent this county at the National Federation The National Federation will assemble at Columbus Oh August 2023 and will brlhg to gether a large and v representative laymenThealso Instructed its 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