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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 l f i tftr flt fTtf AMERIcANIPRICE FIVE CENTS 1 T TUGliT I 0 Thrown on a Dark Subjects by vtf Charities Endorsement v 4 CommitteeI t Members Object to an Editorial 7 r5 That Appeared in This V Paper Insist That Committee Wants to Be Fair and Just to All Creeds I SCHEDULE OF DOUBTFTL TASTE Just as the Kentucky Irish Ameri can was about to go to press last week It received a communication from H K Cole and Charles W Allen Chairman and Secretary reo spectlvelyof the Charities Endorsement Committee The communication referred to an editorial in this paper a week previous The article was headed Oversight or Ignor ance and called attention to the omission of several worthy Catholic- S charitable Institutions from the list Indorsed by the Charities Endorsement Committee The Kentucky Irish American based its article on matter that ap1 peared In the dally papers There was no hint that the matter was not authentic The names of a number ot Institutions were omitted and no explanation was made as to the reason for the omission lastIsubject In the first place the Charities Endorseemnt Committee 13 an organization composed of three members of the Board of Trade and three members of the Commercial Club In the Introduction to the bylaws the committee states that it was felt that there were a number of questionable charities operating in the city and concerning which the public deserved to be more fully In formed The committee sent out blank applications for indorsement and these blanks contained many questions regarding the work done In L the various institutions Many of these questions are decidedly dis tasteful end there is no good reason why they should be answered by anybody The communication to tho Kentucky Irish American says tTT The corinnltfee had if cbmpTele list of all of the various organlza Lions and institutions in the city whether Catholic Protestant Jewish4 or nonsectarian and mailed to each of these the Information schedule and bylaws of the committee In all cases where the answer was not prompt the schedules were mailed again In several instances the schedule was returned to the com mittee with the statement that the questions asked were the business of no one except the Institutions and that the help and Indorsement oV the committee was not desired In fact one of the Institutions named In the editorial answered in this spiritLater on the committee proceeds You will nee that it was neither through oversight nor ignorance that a number of Catholic institu tions do not appear on the list of Indorsed charities This committee is made up of Fred W Keisker Charles F Hubleln and Charles W Allen representing the Board of Trade and H K Cole Dr Henry E Tuley and Bernard Selllgman All of these gentlemen 7 are reputable business and professional men and are evidently trying r to protect the Louisville public from I being hold up by fraudulent col lectors and fake charities At the same time the public Is thoroughly aware ot the good work done by the tAttle Sisters of the Poor the Sis ters of the Good Shepherd the Sisters of Charity at St Vincent and1 St t Thomas Orphan Asylums and the Sisters of the Ursuline order who conduct St Josephs Asylum Taking It for granted that they declined to I furnish the information asked for by the committee that should be no reason for withholding an indorse ment when the members of the com mittee must be aware of the good c work these institutions have done in p the past and are doing now F ABLE MAN Capt James Norton Made Coucllman at Recent Meeting F James Norton who served the city1 several years as a member of J the Louisville School Board has been I elected a member of the lower board ot the General Council to succeed rAC Frank Coblens Mr Coblens resigned l because he had removed from the i Sixth ward and Mr Norton was the 1 unanimous choice to succeed him3 Mr Norton is engaged in the 2 grain and feed business at Ninth and L tBroadway He Is publle spirited andn popular and will make an able Coun oilman The resignation of Mft Cob lens was accepted with rekret SENATOR MURPHY DKAD i iForrter United States Senator Ed- wardt Murphy died at Long Braneh NJ t on ihurdTaf1a i 11 D ath followdn operation for Momln l trouble Mr Mtr I phjr wii born inTrey em D nher li tSl4 He beeao 1 JUyor of Tro1I lI TIJai lAlB thatoffte11 y i c n IJII n until 1883 He was Chairman of the Democratic State Committee of I New York from 1887 to 1895 a delegate to the national Democratic conventions of 1880 1884 and 1888 and Chairman of the New York delegation in 1892 In 1893 two years before he retired as State Chairman he was elected to the United States Senate serving until 1899 GRAND COUNCIL Carrollton Was Made Plans to Entertain Y M I Delegates The fourteenth Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky Jurisdiction will meet at Carrollton Ky August 20 21 and 22 On Sun day August 20 the Board of Grand Directors will meet at St George Council Hall and badges will be dis tributed among the delegates In the afternoon there will be a car ride to Kirkpatricks Grove amusements and refreshments- On Monday the Grand officers I and delegates will assemble at St Hall and march to St Johns TheltlrltI In the afternoon At 7 oclock In evening all will be escorted to theII 1 steamboat and taken for a trip up the Kentucky river A fish fry will close the day I On Tuesday the morning sessionII of the Grand Council will open at 9 Instal1a1tlonI I finalII quet at tho Hotel Rlchland in the evening at 830 oclock I For the benefit of tho delegates I who go to Carrollton on Saturday II night or Sunday morning It might beI well to state that masses at II Johns church are celebrated at730 oclock and 9 oclock The Rlchland Hotel has been selected as headquarters Lawrence F Fromme Chair man of the Entertainment Commit tee of St George Council and Grand Secretary C H Barbour of Owens I boro have been indefatigable In com pletlng arrangements for the enter talnment of the visitors and in fur nishing prospective visitors with use ful Information I BIG DAY IrishAmerican Outing at Rlvervlew Park Is Coming All the IrishAmericans In Louis ville are oxnected otto attendtho fHit1 Ing atRlvervlewPark 1 MOMay July 21 Although the Hibernians are taking a great lead in promoting this picnic every son and daughter ofI Erin and of Irish descent in Louis vllle Is expected to attend New Al bany and Jeffersonvllle Hibernians will also assist In the festivities II Division 3 hits advanced its meeting from Monday August 21 to Sun day August 2Q so as to let Its members attend the outing No clalsI or creed will be known on IrlshI AmerIcan day It will be a day forI all Irish and IrishAmericans and their friends to become acquainted Col Lum Simons manager ofI specialinducements who attend will find ample entertain ment IMMIGRANTS To Canadian Ports Will rind One Faithful Advisor At the suggestion of the Montreal 1 Branch of the United Irish League the Rev Father Martin Callaghan of that city has been appointed byI the ecclesiastical authorities to reIcelve and advise immigrants when they reach that city Ills great exIperience in the past and his widetknowledge of conditions in Canada will stand him In good stead In hisIwork II Father OCallaghan will save themImany a misstep on their arrival in America He is looking forward uponlilastudying work that Is being aim ilarly conducted in New York and Boston As a matter of fact more Irish English Scotch and Welsh im1 migrants are now going to Canada each year than are coming to the II United States ALMOST CENTENARIAN An Associated Press dispatch from St Paul Minn on Wednesday said Lacking only eleven days of the ft century mark Thomas Gallagher died here today From early manhood G Hagber always took his three smokedhishis faculties to the end and al though he would have liked to VastlredandCOyiNGTON LEGATioN 1 U wnjIbeginning Tuesday and contlnnlng three days All the clUes In the State win be well represented One of the largest delegations will come frpm Coyington among the number being Exalted Ruler Francis J Han Ion T Jr qIBrJenjP J Cerrall Judge MT Shine Mdward Ji Trmer tAulfJotter societies with wbieh thy ar- amIlatdt If a CI OPPONENTS Ot Veto Measure Suffer Defeat in the British House of Commons Baliourn Motion For Vote and Censure otOovernment Rejected Premier Asquith Made Plain Statement About New Peers HAS BEEN SENT TO THE LORDS Opponents of the veto bill got a severe rebuke In the House of Commons on Monday when Arthur Balfours motion for a vote of censure of the Government Was defeated by a majority of 119 Its defeat was regarded as having failed causeIfilled the on the vote of censure was In progress Hon Whitelaw Reid the American Ambassador and other evincedIings IArthur J Balfour leader of the opposition said That the advice glVen Ills Majesty iby his Ministers whereby they obtained from him a1 pledge that a sufficient number of Peers would be created to pass the Parliament bill in the shape in which It left this house Is a gross violation of constitutional liberty by which among other ill consequences the peopla would be precluded from again pronouncing upon the policy of home rule The former Unionist Premier stated at the outset that the step he was about to ask the House of Commons to take was serious He thought It would be admitted that never in all history had there been a more serious case or one which mOre urgently required the consider ation of Parliament and the em phatic condemnation of the Minis tersMr Balfour declared It would be I difficult to conceive of any politician playing a more contemptible part He contended that the ques I tion of home rule had not been be fbte thff caimtrjr throughout the controversy There was not the slightest Justification for the creajJ lion of Peers to enable the Govern ment to carry It through both houses I without reference to the people It was contrary to all opinions of con stltutlonal legislative chambers to put both chambers in the hands of the executive to manipulate as they jI liked and It was a wholly unconstitutional method of dealing with i deadlocks for the Prime Minister to advise the King to pack the upper house with hired voters Mr Bal tour concluded with the prophesy I that the country would soon let radicals know that It would not theI low a repetition of the crime of 1911 i In the course of his reply Premier I Asquith raid It was my strong hope and belief that the Lords would accept the bill and only when that hope was frustrated as it was last month was His Majesty askedII and consented At it was necessary to exercise his prerogative We took the only course consistent with honor and a true regard for the dig nity of the Crown The course was correct considerate and constitu Lional and In my own name and I those of my colleagues I am perfectly content to accept the decision of the House and of my fellow countrymen In regard thereto I Mr Asquith also old the House expressediesire I munications which had passed be tween them so that there mght be no misunderstanding of a simple and correct transaction He also stated that ho had asked for guarantees for the creation of new Peers and that his request had Jbeen granted 1 onlybybehalf of the people and I should be guilty indeed of treason if at the I struggleIFrederick E Smith and other of the Unionist insurgents died hard but were compelled to fall back on the wornout argument that the supporters of the Government were be ing driven iby their taskmaster John Redmond and that their whole ob Jet was to secure the easy passage of home rule for Ireland orIginallydrafterof Lords If the Lords reject It the Withoutdoubt POPE HAS GOUT ponIl tack ot gout His pkyaieiani lUlleye that a few days rest Will restore him to normal hea thuWEDDED TN INDIANA Adviose from La0or4 ind on da1r At St Patricks church Soptb Bend this morning M1AdaMarfKI1 Dr FraneJi Jf PJOWW The ar J ruse vraif pr1rat and there wwni t Ial e ii a 0 ceremony was performed by the Rev John F DeGrooto and In the sanctuary were present the Very Rev James J French C S C Assistant Superior General of the Order I of the Holy Cross and the Very Rev John Cayanaugh C S C President of the University of Notre Dame Miss Klmberlln had adopted as her vocation lin life that of a trained nurse and it was while pur suing this vocation In Mercy Hos pital that Dr Powers met her the romance following Dr Powers was formerly a member of the Notr Dame faculty The couple will take an extended wedding tour FORSOOkWORLD I Young Ladles Give Their Lives to Religious Wrk I Quite a number J of Louisville peo plo visited St Catherines Academy near Springfield in Washington county on Friday of last week to witness the entrance of several young ladles mid the order some as novices others ks professed nuns Those who madd their profession were Sister Mary Lawrence JSister Marietta Sister Mary Alberta and Sister Mary Aquinas Prior to entering upon a relIgious life they were known to the wbrld respectively as Misses Mary Welch of Lowell Mass Margaret Klngannon of SpringfieldI yule I The novices were Misses Nellie Dlggin of Boston Mass Sadie Dally of Louisville Sophie Conway of Springfield and Anna Herlihy of Charleston Mas and will be known In religion as Sister Mary James Sis ter Scholastlca sIster Mildred and respectivelyRev of the Dominican Convent of St Rose celebratedjfthe mass and officiated at the profession of the nuns FOR CATHOLIC DAY J ArrangingFfrKramme For IBlzgest Outing This r FerryParkpromises to be the biggest outing of the season Members of the commltIItee arranging the affair vaIrlous1IeIIng11rranl mlttee of the Catholic Knights America and when completed It ofI sure to meet with hearty approval In order to make hls celebration as general as possible the Central Committee extends a special invita ColumbusAncientKnights of St John Cathllc AmericaiYoungder of Foresters Uniform Rank and Catholic Knights of America anti in fact all societies and the general public to participate and help make the occasion a memorable one A feature will be the offering of a prize of i5 in gold to the one who discovers the Knight selected for the purpose There will be a special musical programme and a number of added attractions At the meeting of the Central Committee this week encouraging reports were received and the advance sale of tickets was reported large AFTEU MANY YEARS Patrick J Liston of Seventeenth and DumesnII one of the most widely known residents of Louisville left Monday for a weeks visit to relatives at Oxford K J rOmTtiero- lie will proceed to Limerick Ireland to spend a month with his venerable mother and other relatives This will be Mr Listons first visit to his na citytwentielght RECENT DEATHS Officer William Whalen thirty two years old died at his home 2421 West Main street on Tuesday morn- Ing Death followed a lingering Illness of tuberculosis He is sur vived by his wife and a son three years old and by his mother Mrs Bridget Whalen and a sister Miss Mary Whalen The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Thursday morning A detail tif police acted as an escort to the remains Miss Margaret Persevall died at St Josephs Infirmary on Tuesday onlytwooperation The deceased was the daughter of Mr and Mrs John H Persevall of 1924 West Jefferson street and was twentysix years old She was an active member of the Young Ladles Sodality of St Anthonys chureli and her funerM took place from that edifice on Thursday morning WORK UNDER WAY The werk of excavating for the foundation of the new Church of the Holy Nam at ThlrdandO streets IIs yell under way The new church will face Third street and will cost approximately QQOO It Jis hoped to complete the edifice within a year OuUlde aid IB not being aetoed In building fhillew church Rev fmUwr John T OComaor the salone- pastor ballevM that It can and will INI built by the priahloiw coins tarUAtWul4T1itUhlkndttk v 0rw 1 7 NO tc 1 HARMONY 1 Expected At Democratic Platform Convention to be Held Tuesday Able Young Men Are Offering for the Many Legislative Offices Politicians Are Resting But the War Will Soon Bo Waged ABLE CHANCELLOR IS DESIRED The Democrats of Kentucky will assemble in every legislative district I in the State at 2 oclock today to elect delegates to the State conven tlon Which will assemble at Masonic Theater Louisville on Tuesday I Louisville and Jefferson county are I entitled to 131 votes Able men from each district and county will attend the mass convention on Tues bedraftedmajorityWhether ofII platform will return to the liberal ideas of Jefferson and Jackson or whether It will ape the Republicans in curtailing personal liberty and indorsing the centraliza tion of power In government by commission none can tell It Is to be hoped that the delegates will remember that they are Democrats Meanwhile politics Is lagging and I the majority of polIticians are rest Ing up preparatory to opening the campaign After the platform has been adopted by the Democrats next I Tuesday look out for war I Young men and able men are candidates for the Legislature In i countyJutherreturned from the Forty fourth die trict which embraces the county outside Louisville and it seems that Charles Knight will be without op position In the Fortyfifth districtt which Includes the First ward In the Fortysixth district the Second and Third wards former Magistrate Adam Spahn is making a runaway race In the Fortyseventh district Lee R Curtis a young and energet- icattorneyformenjytheJavtfj of ONeal ONeal lIs the aspirant for the nomination Peter Lee Ath erton promises to have a walk over In the Fortyeighth district which is composed of the Sixth and Seventh wards So far no Democratic aspir ant has appeared in the Eighth and Ninth wards William McNally will FIftiethIdlstrlctreturned from the Fiftyfirst dis trict which embraces the Eleventh I DemocraticII IThe Democrats must name a strong man a man who has the con fidence of the people to make the race for Chancellor to succeed Judge- R W Blngham The Republicans- are i still quarrelling among them areshopingI on the platform question It is the opinion of the Kentucky Irish Amen can that armony will prevail and that a safe and sane platform will be adopted i FORESTERS TO MET HERE The Catholic Order of Foresters closed Its national convention at Cleveland Ohio on Friday of last week and decided to hold the next convention In Louisville Thomas H Cannon of Chicago was reelect ed to the office of High Chief Ranger Simeon Vigor of Lawrence Mass was chosen Vice High Chief Ranger Other officers chosen were as follows Thomas McDonald Chi cago High Chief Secretary Gustave Keller of Appleton Wis High Chief Treasurer Dr J P Smyth of Chicago Chief Medical Examiner Trustees John E Stephan J F OBrien Thomas P Flynn Louis J Nelhoff all of Chicago M J Her- bertI Cleveland M H Korn Menominee Mich Julius A Collar lUChaellIOg11hanI I I Miss Kathryn Maher and Harry U Lehman well known young peo ple were united In marriage at Holy Cross rectory on West Broadway last Saturday morning The marriage rite was performed by the Rev Father John Sheridan Only the immediate relatives and friends of the couple witnessed Jthe ceremony Mr and MtsLeachmanhavebegu1h- ousekeeping at 715 South Thirty fourth street The bride is the daughter of the late Thomas Maher a former railroad official of Coving tonMr Leachman IB the Southern representative of the United States Printing Company He has a wide circle of acquaintances all over the South Friends ot the younjr couple wish them many years of happinessI 1 BEAT THEM TO IT The Catholic Union and Timei of VeryierloBernard YaHghan Li J appears also t 9MortIooeIn MwHKMJlt Vftii i i d Ja reWyl to Ttbe 4KOPep 7 ItttU i of tk Vf a4 j i1 4- 1frt0 If Protestant Alliance Father Vaughan posted the town with his Know Popery advertisements a clever parody of the usual reformers handbill The plan proved very ef fective and the NoPopery con tingent was completely routed NIAGARA FALLS Will Be Mecca For Mackin Members and TheirJ I Frlends Great interest Is being man tested in the excursion to Niagara Falls that will be given under the auspices of Mackln Council next week All who made the trip last year are anxious to make the trip again and have enlisted the attention of llots of others Many young men and women have postponed vaca tions they might have had earlier In the season to take advantage of Macklnu excursion The train bearing the excursionists will leave Louisville on Tuesday morning and will reach Cleveland Ohio in the evening There they will embark on one of the big lake steamers and cross to Buffalo where they will breakfast at one of the big hotels After a brief rest the party will visit Niagara Falls and will be given an opportunity to wit ness this great natural wonder from all interesting points Several other short side trips will be made and at night all the young folks will enjoy a dance In the auditorium of one of Buffalos leading hostelries Next day the excursionists will cross the lake to Toronto and spend the day Then a return trip will be made to Niagara Falls and Buffalo for a day and night Finally they will take the steamer for Cleveland and thence home by rail The entire route and programme has been carefully mapped out by Joseph J Hancock Chairman of the commltteo that Is arranging the trip which will last six days The fare which Includes meals and hotel bills is very low and the company will be very enjoyable JUBILEE Sister Mary Beatrice Has Labored TwentyPlve Years Sister Mary Beatrice Smith a member of the order of Sisters of Mercy celebrated her silver Jubilee- as a religious at Sacred Heart Home College street near Brook on Thurs day The celebration began with a high mass in the morning and the music WiS sung bya volunteer choir U Bit ftl erd I ctIenMotiMissJonnle- Cues I I who presided at the organ During the day Sister Mary Beatrice received the congratulations of many friends and In the evening a mu Blcalo was given in her honor The Jubllarlan was born and raised in Louisville and has taught school at St Pauls St Patricks St Frances of Rome and St Charles schools She is a daughter of the late W Gran Smith and a sister of Miss Katie A Smith and Messrs Al and Dave Smith CHARITY Many Willing Workers Are to Aid at Hospital rete Great crowds promise to attend the lawn fetes for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital next Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and evenings The fetes will have the Joint features ot lawn festivals i and bazars and the al fresco booths will be made unusually attractiveII The addition to the tailed a great burden on the of Charity arid they are their friends to help them outSistersII The ablest buslness and sional men and the best workers of all classes are enlisted to help the Sisters in this their time of need The general committee held a meet- Ing on Monday night and perfected arrangements for the affair Quite a lot of handsome articles are to be disposed of at the two days fete IRISnAMERICAN SOLDIER Associated Press dispatches on Monday contained the Information I soventIfiveI we111anslfavorably circles and was one of the chief organizers of the Ohio National Guard in 1875 He was also actively engaged in organizing G A R posts throughout the country Capt McGllllcuddy was a classmate of John D Rockefeller in Clevelands Central High School One of his hobbles was the annual reunion of the memberS of the McGllllcuddy families in America CQlTOimiAN COLLEGE The Kentucky Irish American de sires to call the attention of its readers to the advertisement of the Columbian College In this Issue During the summer many Improvements and additions have been made to the college which Is located at Oweniboro and lla the leading educa tional institution 1In Western Kentucky The additions embrace several class jooms ft comfortable rec- reatiOn hall dormitory accommoda tlona for aboiH thirty additional boarders a new setot individual lookers in the aormitorlei a new trunk room and a dressing rom for the college athletic teams An in erea 4 ttendaae Is aireid- yusr4 r1 0i 1 t I II c u I ASSUMPTION Holy Day ot Obligation in Honor of the Blessed Mother of God Miraculous Translation of Her Kethalas From Earth to J Heaven 1 Celebration ot FenstDates Back to Very Early Christian Ages PATRONAL FEAST OF CATHEDRAL Next Tuesday August 15 will be Assumption day a holy day of obli gation for Catholics All must hear mass that day under pain of mortal sin In England and Ireland it is called Ladys day and Is the occa sion of fetes and social gatherings miraculoustranslation heavenAfterthe Blessed Virgin lived Under tho certain conjecturesthe Fathers assembled In the General wasburledrepresentsherwhere her empty tonb was shown to pilgrims in the seventh century In any case It Is certain that she died and that her exemption from sin preventherofhumanity rendoredherVirgintastedserved from corruption and It was united to her soul in heaven The church signifies her belief in this fact by celebrating the feast of her Assumption on August 15 There Is no distinct assertion of the corporal assumption in the prayers of the feast but it Is plain that the church encourages and approves this belief from the fact that she selects for the passagofrom assumption This pious belief is recommended by lts Intrinsic reasonableness for Surely It iIs nattiralto suppose that our Lord did not suffer that sacred body in which He himself had dwelt and from which He had formed his own sacred humanity fo become a prey to corruption It Is confirmed by the testimony of St Andrew of Crete St John Damascene and of many ancient martyrologles and missals cited by Butler on this feast It Is moreover a striking fact that notwithstanding the zeal of the early church In collecting and venerating relics no relics of the Blessed Virgins body have ever been ex hibitedMuch weight too must be laid on the common sentiment of the faithful The corporal assumption is not an article of faith still Melchlor Canus sums up the general teaching of theologians on this head when he says The denial of the Blessed Virgins corporal assumption into heaven though by no means an article ef faith is still so much op posed to the common agreement of the church that it would be a mark of insolent temerity Both history and tradition show that the feast of the Assumption was celebrated in the Eastern and Western branches of the church prior to the sixth cen tury Our Lady of the Assumption is the patron of thevLouIsvllle Cathedral and the feast will be duly observed In that church next Tuesda- yCONORESS Of Holy Name Societies Will Assemdle In Bal tim re The first National Congress of Holy Name Societies will meet at Baltimore on October 16 and 17 These dates coinciding with the Jubilee celebration of Cardinal Gibbons have been chosen with special consideration for the convenience of Archbishops Bishops anddls tinguished clergy who will be gath ered in Baltimore at that time The Right Rev Owen B Corrlgan Aux iliary Bishop of Baltimore and Arch diocesan Director of the Holy Name Society extended the invitation to the various branches to hold the Con gress Baltimore The suggestion has teen made which the Bishops will decide that Holy Name Congresses will be held only every three years The cniplete programme wilt ba announced later CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION The Catholics of Hardlrisburg cele brated the centennial of the eatab placrutmore than 5000 people attended the exercises Attorney Thomas Walsh of Louisville wall one of the princi pal speakers The Hardiniburg mts ton was founded in 1811 by Father tferiox of Illustrious memory The flrewat pastor is Father Norman and ha I mMtiiTg with greRtcueeeic- in ihis work N Ji 1 0 n 4 1 r 0 i I f UCANJJKENTUJy IRISH AMI Jq I KENTUCKY IRISH fMtlqfi1I sve4cd te tile Social astf Meral Advapceareetat11r1IYAukara sad Callllcl OfficIally Indorsed by Ancient Order of rilberaitas Young MiInstitute and CathoHc Knights of America ulItI1KENTUCKY IIt1BH AMERICAN PRINTINGI CO Orated SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC aetrd at lbs Lelrlit Pntste N 8eadCtn ntte melee aU C rskallen is fteMWJCKY IRISH AMERICAN J1MI West Qreei St ADESmraON COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURbAy AUGUST 12 1911 FOR CATHOLIC EDITORS At tiolumbus Ohio this month there Is to be a congress of Catholic editors as well as a Catholic Federation Congress and the two will be supposed to work together If the purpose for which this congress 1Is called Is carried out It will be of mutual benefit to all concerned but if the East or the West the North or the South Is allowed to domino no good will come of It We all know that In union there Is strength We can see what a mighty power the dally secular papers have built up by organization and working for mutual benefit There Is nothing contrary to Catholic teaching In such a union The people want the news and are willing to pay for It Catholics want the news as well as nonCatholics and If they can not get It from a Catholic paper they will get It from one or more secular papers The time Is ripe now to establish a first class Catholic news bureau that would Issue news from a central office Just as the Associated Presi does every day and every night If the Catholic editors will form an organization to establish such a press bureau the era of the Catholic dallj will soon dawn UNHOLY ALLIANCE The treaty or peace pact between England France and the Unite States Is now being considered by the United States Senate It is iIn every sense an unholy alliance as far as the United States Is concerned America Is at peace with the whole world but there Is nt guarantee that this quiet will be maintained for any length of time In the opinion of Lord Grey recentlj advanced In the British House of Commons In the event of a quarrel between Great Britain and Germany the United States would be expected to aid Great Britain or on the other hand In the event of trouble between Japan and the United States England would be expected to aid America This Is an unholy alliance and should not be entered into When the United States has many thrifty GermanAmerican citizens In every walkif life why should they be Insulted England wanted no arbi tration In 177 G and she tried to recover her lost American posses sions In 1812 Did she not attempt to aid the American Confederacy In 1861 Were not men actually embarked to assail the Union during the MasonSlldell episode In those times the presence of a Russian fleet on the Pacific coast caused England to halt Look at the arbitration record Ilmly There has always been a question whether the United State s was not In some degree imposer upon by the decision which compelled us to pay 1900000 for clvl war claims No such doubt exists however In the settlement of the dispute In the Newfoundland fish erles In 1877 Here was a case where the absolute rights of American citizens guaranteed by solemn treaty were contested by Great Britain and arbitration resulted The United States was mulcted In the sum of G500QOO If there Is to be war there Is little doubt that England will be Involved before the United States Let us try to remain at peace with T the whole world but l tus refrain from all unholy and entangling alliances Lot ua Impress this on our United States Senators VACATION CLOSES Vacation is almost over and Catholic parents should begin to discuss the best place to send their children at the beginning of the school year lh Catholic schools academies and colleges are behind times Is an old story aiwf comtlnuv to be proven a ftJJicy There are several fine edu eatlonai institutions in Kentucky that give boys and girls advantages in higher grades than are found In UaeparoehlalackoolsThe prI ochlal schools In Louisville are first class andJlOme of our leading busl new mer and women attended no other school han that of their ewa parieh la tkeee days the Catholics have Mllwllh theirgrown ambitious children te have superior advam tagee ateK wUcatioMl UBM aid tie Catkeik privatet liellK colleges and 141tt adue t l 01I our adYertlajRg I1 u tl a umns read the advertisements of St Marys College Presentation Acad emy Columbian College and the Sisters of Loretto When educational institutions have something ito pffer they advertise in a paper devoted to Catholic interests When they fall to advertise It looks like they have nothing to offer CHURCH AND MARRIAGE The Cathollc Record of Toledo aptly puts It thus I I IThe Catholic church teaches that marriage is a sacrament that unites I holyIwedlock of the husband or the wife Outside the Catholic church there Is no body or institution In the United StateI that is standing firmly agaInstI divorce and Its brood of evils Outside the Catholic church there is ric protection to the home and the fanv Ily from the terrible scourge tol divorce INTERESTS AND RECIPROCITY I The interests alias the trusts which tried in vain to prevent the agreeImenttrying to work a rabbits foot IIn Canada By Influencing members of- the Canadian Parliament they expect to delay If not defeat the game Though they must work quietly 1 in Ottawa they can work Just as ef fectually as in Washington D C II The interests are now trying to stiffen the backbones of the members opposed to the reciprocity agreement by getting up an annexation scare The fight is important to the corporations because millions are at stake and reciprocity will be I followed by other measures affecting I them They will try to defeat the reciprocity bill at all cost I Lobbying is becoming Interna I tional and statesmen must watch I corporations In making treaties as I well as In passing home revenue bills VOTE WILL BE CLOSE As we go to press the veto bill has been returned to the House of Lords bereft of the amendments I tacked on by Lord Lansdowne andI his followers The fate of the billI at tho present moment is exceed I ingly doubtful but there are many who believe that a majority of the Peers will accept the bill and avoid the humiliation of forcing the King to create many more Peera TheI vote will be very closeIWilY SO ANXIOUS Why were the British diplomats so anxious to make and keep peace I with the United States We are not given much to warfare unless we are driven to It We have enough to do to take care of matters that pertain to our own welfare There Is plentyI I theIgreedy nations of the earth DOING GOOD WORK Hon A O Stanley of the Second Congressional district of Kentucky isI gaining fame and making history as I probingIThe eyes of the entire nationI and of other countries are on Stanley land his committee It is to be hoped that his work will curb the rapacityI of the steel and other trusts and corporations United States Senator William P Frye of Maine died on Tuesday In view of the tact that Maine now has Democratic Governor the successorla to Senator Frye Is sure to be aI Democrat His term would not have ended before March 1913 I Iflwo more stars were added to the American flag last Tuesday when the bill admitting Arizona and New I I Mexico to statehood was passed in the United States Senate The vote I on the bill was another decisive victory for the I DemocratsII It is tin to the United States Senate to appoint a committee to I PeopleImine conspirators than they do from the oil and steel pirates I Quit stirring up that LorlHier uses t1l was unfortunately transferred ram IHlsols te the DUtrlet of I I j IJIffMaRtlaJldJlrr j1 G n r o u- c LW raba t a 1 itu d J Riles Kate Dunn has been visiting In Cloverport Miss Frances Henchey is visiting friends In St Louis Mrs PG Henchey left Monday for Martlnsvllle Ind Misses Nell Bolger and Kitty Whalen are enjoying a visit to White Mills Miss Sarah West visited in Car rollton the guest of Mrs Mattie Kelly Dr J T Hulskamp is enjoying a recrattve period at West paden SpringsIMiss Louise Stehlln spent week visiting Miss Edna Shea iat Oakdale Miss Mary J Delaney left last week to visit friends in Chicago and Milwaukee Miss Eleanor Morltz of Clifton has returned from a visit to cousins In New Albany Miss Helen Sullvan Is home f om- an extended visit to Miss Helen Adams at Sulphur Miss Jeanette Dannenhold 11 spending several weeks In Memphl as the guest of friends Miss Mary C OBryan has been for the past week the guest of Mrs Mary J Cissell at Loretto Mrs William Denser and son Theodore Deuser are spending several weeks at Fishervllle Misses Josephine Shelley and Margaret Malone are spending a few weeks at Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs John P Cassllly Mrs Edward J OConnor and Louis V Cassllly are at Atlantic City Miss Margaret Ctproy of Clifton Is spending several weeks with friends In Cincinnati and Covington I IIllsses Marie Dally and Mary Portland will leave the last of the month to visllt In Chicago ill I Mrs John J Barrett of 822 East Stain street has returned from a short visit to St Catherines Academy I Irs Mary Hays of Jeffersonvllle has had as her guest for the past week Miss Mary Glennon of Indian apolis IMIss MarceJla Kustes left Sunday evening for FUlton Ill to spend several weeks with friends and r tives laI IIlrs Prank Geher accompanied by her mother left Thurarfay spend the remainder of the summer in Michigan Miss Mayme Brannlgan of Portland had as her guest for a few days Miss Mayme OBryan of BIrm- Ingham Ala- William F Koster the popular letter carrier left for Laurel Ky last Sunday to spend a vacation of seventeen days I I1lr and Mrs Phil McGovern left Thursday to spend two weeks with friends and relatives at Tar Springs and Cloverport Mrs John J Barrett of 822 East Main street has returned from a pleasant visit to St Catherines Academy Mrs SpringfieldI Henry Wilde of Arken S C left last Saturday to spend a week with relatives at Bedford Ind I Mrs Roy Wharton and mother Mrs Quest of Deer Park are spend- Ing a few weeks with friends and relatives at New Salisbury Ind I I11I8s Mayme Noonan and Miss Jessie Hannan left Monday for her home la Faltfleld will be re York to be gone three weeks I Mrs Bertha Mahoney of Louis ville has returned from a pleasant visit to Lyndon Ky where she was the guest of Mrs JohnC Fenley IFrlendswl11 be glad to know that Miss Mary King the twelveyearold daughter of Councilman Jerry King Is convalescent after a serious Illness I1lIss Mary C Blerne of West Oak street was among those registered att Grayson Springs last week and Is now spending a few days at White Mills I Misses Mamie Kelly of West roadway and Miss Edith McDer mott of Cherokee road left Wednesday to spend a week at West Baden Springs I Mrs Patrick Hanlqn of Lafayette Ind has been spending a pleasant Week in New Albany as the guest of her sister Mrs A T Day 800 East Main street- Carl I and Eugene Koellner the little Sons of M and Mrs Lawrence ioellner are spending two weeks at Mount St Josephs Academy in avlea county Manses Catherine and Agnes Cav naugh and Mlse Irene Frevllle are at Menton Ala attending a house rtyThey are the guests of Miss ary J Garland I Mr and Mrs P Hi Callahan and Hlldren have returned from a three aonths tour of JEuroiw All eD- 10Y4 the trip and tell interesting ales of their travels Raymond Stanton one of Jeffer- nyllle8 lleading eUlMBB and eon RHttttlwlUt the Loulcrllle ftNaaV U rr- U 1 I r s 1t j elite irailroad is enjoying a vacaCwn itFreich f LickSprings If Mrs Lucy Brennan has announced the engagement of her daughter Miss Margaret Marie Brennan to Franklin A Nolan The wedding wilt take place In the fall Misses Katie May Murphy Rose Weist and Katherine Hocker have pone on a months tour through the West Their Itinerary includes strip through Yellowstone Park Mrs Thomas Monyhan of New Albany Is in Indianapolis for a visit I herIFord I IMr and Mrs John Gorman of South Louisville expect to have as guests next week P Gorman and daughter Miss Pearl of Mt Carmel HI and Mrs John McNamara of St Paul lInnIThe many Louisville friends of Miss Mary Joe McKenna who has been seriously 111 of typhoid fever at Washington Atlantic City and New lobed to learn that she Is convalescent I and will be soon restored to perfect health I IJohn To Malone and daughter Miss Edith Malone left Saturday toI loin Mrs Malono and family at their A J Brady perforined the ceremony Miss Margaret Gans of Baltimore Joined Miss Malone there Monday I Bath young people are popular In weeks I Miss Agnes J Knstes and William H Burge Jr were united In mar riage at St Cecilias church on Thursday morning The Rev Father summer home In Rosedale Mich and celebrated the nuptial mass and will be her guest for several the West End I IMiss Virginia Cowan the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Cowan formerly of this city but now of Dayton Ohio arrived Wednesday for a tw weeks visit with her aunts the Misses ONeil West Brecklnridge street While here Miss Cowan will be entertained at a number of re ceptions arranged in her honor I W A LINK Treasurer of Mackin and Delegate to Grand Council SAVED THE HOST An Associated Press dispatch on Thursday of last week brings this news from Brooklyn Iowa Rushing Into blazing St Patricks church to rescue the Holy Eucharist from Its altar the Rev Father H Roerhoss a member of the Order of White Fathers crawled from the building on his hands and knees his clothing burned from his body but with the sacred emblem securely In his grasp He is lying in a critical condition at the parochial home today ICELEBltATES FOR POPE Wednesday was the eighth annl versary of the coronation of Pope Plus X and though the Pope was ill and unable to leave his bed the an niversary was duly observed Car dinal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of State celebrated mass in the Sistine Chapel He was sur rounded by all the Cardinals residing In Rome and many ecclesiastics of lesser dignity All the members of the diplomatic corps and many other notables were present at the mass SOUTHERN CATHOLIC COLONY f i J Archbishop Bleak has organized a Catholic Colonization Bureau In New Orleans There is every Indication that It wilt be supported by the Catholics of Loiisville and the entire archdiocese The organi zation Is the outgrowth of a recent meeting of the ArchUlshops of the North and Northwest In St Louis It is Archbishop Blenks In tention to import a number of Immi grants froin Holland CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL There has been no falling off In tho attendance at the Catholic Sum mer School at Cliff Haven N Y and this week has been filled with various interesting exercises A feature of each day Was the vocal music rendered by a quartette com posed of Messrs Quinn CassidY Shaiighnessy and Dempsey who gave selections from the sacred composi ions of Mozart Haydn Gounod and other great composers POPES ANNIVERSARY Friday of last week WAS the eighth anniversary of tke Domination of Plus X to the Pontificate He ob served the day by celebrating mass In all private chapel His Meter and a few inmates of the Vatican were present at the maws The Pope has present at the lease The Pone receved many felicitous telegrams POLICE VACATION Among the pellee who are lO1ll- aY vaoatlens of tens days beginning August It are MsJUrlee Doollng taut George XJUfforl NJ Lawler KM Lieut dwafd Callihan SUBSCRIBE FOR THEf IIIfi I ITi KENTUCKY 1 ti I t w IRISH AMERICAN tt- t i vyiyt Brightest Catholic Weekly in XkSouthwest AIy4 rlHii ON E DOLLAR PER YEA RaR t 31IfYou Want All the News and Particulars of Happenings Irif PaperAII II 1S Foreign Countries 1501 Per Year Home Phone 946iJiJ OJ Nr r lr MVJ C3M CM5MyN3 r 3 xJ 0 r O xwrXOO 0 r 90 0 O MwiB wwwyv w r coo NEW UECORD Indiana Editor Discover That George Butler Is a Bowler The friends ot George J Butler former State President and Nations Director of tho A 0 H are laugh- Ing over a personal In the West Baden Journal that appeared under date of August 8 It reads Mr George J Butler of Louis vtlle a well known and hustling business man in that city being engaged In the retail grocery line has been spending a recreative period at West Baden Springs on a return visit He has been a regular visitor at West Baden for some time an1 finds It a good place to spend a vaca lion Mr Butler Is also a well known bowler In that city In which game he has attained quite a record In a match game one day last weeat at the Grand bowling alleys at this place he broke his record bowllnj IGOand lIe Is very proud of his achievement SUCCUMBS TO ILLS Mrs Mary Doyle one of the best known matrons In Jeffersonvllle died at her home 520 Illinois street early Wednesday morning She hue been 111 three months nnd suffered rom a complication of ailments Her husband John Doyle died several years ago She is survived by tour children They are lIssMar3 Doyle Michael Ernest and Joseph Doyle The funeral took place from St Augustines church on Friday morningFATHER OCONNOR WHITES Tho Kentucky Irish American Is in receipt of a postcard from Rev Father Martin OConnor pastor c- St Michaels church who Is spend- Ing a brief vacation In his native Roscommon Ireland Father OCon nor says conditions In Ireland have Improved wondertully slice his bQY hood days and declares that stll t extIn September PRIEST VISITS PARENTS Rev Father John H Riley pastor of the congregation at Shelbyvllle I FalIRev Father Robert O S B of St Helnrads Abbey Indiana Is attend- Ing to the duties of the parish Father Rlleys friends hope that his visit and rest may be as pleasan and beneficial as deserved BISHOPS COUNCIL iRIght Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville has named theI following diocesan consultors Ver Rev James P Cronin V Gj Rev I George W Schuhmann D D Rev Edward Lynch of Henderson Rev I John T OConnor Rev Louis C Ohle and Rev Thomas J Hayes Bowling Green These consultor forms the Bishops Council and wll hold office for three years TOM AND JERRY Martlnsvllle id has been notes for years on account of its natura hot baths and healing waters Thi I week It has a new and nove phenomenon a natural Tomand Jerry Councilman Jerry King and I Thomas D Claire of Louisville went I toIspend a and hope to return in fine fettle and In time for the Democratic platforn convention VISITS MOTHER Major PatricK Ridge Night Chief ot Police has gone to Bedford Ind lto spend his ton days vacation with his mother who Is past eighty years old While at Bedford be will enjoy automobile rides and fishing trips Capt Portman Is the acting Night Chief during the absence of Major Ridge KINNARNEV REUNION James Klnnarney and family left Thursday for Atlantic City and will later attend a reunion of the Kin arneye at Stamford Conn There are only two branches of the Kln Barney family in the United States ORe in Connecticut and one in Kentucky FORTY HOURS PRAYER Tke beautiful devotjon known as Forty Hours prayer will open at St AloyuluB chunk at tile late matte tmorrow and will elM OR Tuesday- loraing Rev JiltherJ Ai Grady wllffee a el9e4 wy several other priests during these three days 4- G II- o t7 i GREflGERS BUSINESS SCHOOLI SECOND AND BKEOKINHIDGK SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OP THE READERS OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN This school is fortunate in having both the best Bookkeeping i and Shorthand systems taught in Louisville We would be clad to have you call and see us and we think you will appreciate the claims we make lAY AND NIBHT CUSSES THE YEAR AROUND J D CREAGER Principal- M J BAHtOff P BANNOH JR L J VEIHf MAN Pres Mgr VleePres and Treat Secretary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways lmce 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1232 BOYS 1 350 and 4 SUITSFor 198 5 and 6 Suits For 348 Cassimeres and Che viots also some 1 Ya1h38c 175 SuitsashGae 10cPants LEVYSThird IheLouisville Bright Spot KNIGHTSi OF GOUIMJS1 Late News That Will Interest MembersHere and Else where- Subscriptions to the Milwaukee club house fund now aggregate 55000 The Cincinnati K of C Bowling League will consist of sixteen teams and the prizes will reach the 500 markNine new councils have been es tablished In Minnesota within a year Minnesota now has a membership of 5840- Colorado Springs Council will exemplify the third degree on August 20 A special will bring the Knights from Denver Each council has a ball team and a game will be played In the forenoon Tg show appreciation of the mem bers the Knights of Alamosa Col gave asocial la honor of the ladles of the city who always helped their social functions and assisted greatly at the institution of the council ENCOURAGE THE TEAM The Louisville baseball clubre turned home Thursday and InJast place They had been abroad a month and the trip WAS a disastrous one as they were la third place when they started en the swing around the circuit The Colonels are to play twentyfive games at home and thin ought to put theM v ltupthe ladder if they play tooIt l I i THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Enbalmer TELEPHONE 365 Ill call promptly attended to dayor night Carrliget furnished for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST MONUMENTSWe Barre Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which wecan offer at a bargain Please give us a tall MULDOONMonument 1 813 W Green St Louisville Ky Gilds ft Rooers tr s 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 seeks Magazines art RellglMSI Articles or ITBKT DKaORIPTIOtC 434 West Jefferson Street ball There is excellent material in the club and the fans believe Louis vlllo can land well up If the Col onels play Intelligent and consistent ball Rousting and roasting make ball players nervous and hurts team work Every fan should support the team during the present series and the Colonels will soon climb out of last place VON STEUBEN REMEMBERED Emperor William of Germany has rSteubenAmerican Revolution which the United States Congrec presented to Germany shall be erected In Pots f dam in the garden of the local Military governor It BM biteR found necessary to reconVtruet the garden and to remove a aadseme tbeyoahlIts1 t iff o n t C c JII c I YVI rw g NTUOKY ZRiSn A1fdiII I4APT I E SURE TO ci dALL FOR r L cKENNA f WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE i Distiller Fairfield fiya IIMcKenna D IDOUGHRRTYS J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 4 Funira D rdc ors and Eirtalmirs Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Aniwirid Promptly Day er Nlflhl 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i I n tt HOME PHONE eS CUMBERLAND 128 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S Cast 1XoJr Street I j i I il it I 6 t t t t Oran W Smiths So01 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 FOR wa urniture Of MI Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIH AGN5S SMITH LADY IMBA1JMER- Wuhh g ndDre lug Ladles and ChUdrlll a Specialty nOME PHONE 1677 All the late and new Styles and Shapes pricesCall ROBERT G MBRIDE With JJW lellstiln Ce FIRE INSURANCECum- berland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Ciluibia Building Fcurth and Mall BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACO BSCULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Beth Ph Me 223 r HERRMANN BROS t IMPORTERS o PINE WINES AMD LIQUOIXS- DMUtent and WkoleMle Deal Mi ta Ftet Bra4t el Knf tikylWiIilallyQ i Pearl of NelsonjoTTLIEDJMIl M- DIiht p I U4 WXTN IfMET r I II U 1- d I PITTSBURG COAL 375- PER TONTELEPHONE Dougherty Lannino 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 trom distilled water only Family delivery wilt be prompt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish ice quantlty AMERICANIce NE Ctr INCORPORATED Purl and Floyd Street i1ObONo HGNItYHUNOLD BEAIHR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE R88H IN CONNECTION Old Wttiikles a Specialty Mo Pka uie 524 W WALNUT JLBrownlfeldGo 553 THIRD ST EariDoer sod Culraotor STEAM and HOTWATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7846i TfBWPQRT The Trustees ot St Stephens plansotschool house that will fee ereoted on the weal aide of Washington avenue between Eighth and Ninth The plans tall for a magnlfloenfstruotureI that will eoDt in the aelthfcorhqoii ot CI0II The TriiitfM xpet to tart UMworkai Ogee The old bulldlnsa that tomiKlr oeetlpiedl the lte have akeady few torn divrar v o u q I THE LAST COMMUNION DAY Will you go to the door atenna And watch it the priest IB near ILs weary the hours are dragging Till the time hell be coming here Sure I never have slept the nightlong But Just to lie hereaRd pray To think that the Lord is coming To my humble home this day Ive counted the years alanna I IFrom my first communion morn colleenII Thats seventy years this summer And often my heart was sore Dut the monthly duty blessed me And soothed the grief I bore Thank God for that faith alanna What mattered the work and strife When there at the altar railing I could eat the Bread of Life These seventy years alanna I went to Him faithfully Seventy years alanna And at last Hes coming to me Look out of the window daughter Hes coming at last you say Long life to the darling soggarth That brings to me my God this day Rev Hugh F Blun- tANNIVERSARY Mackin Council Is Advanc Ing In Both Years and Work President Samuel L Robertson presided over a well attended meet ing of Mackln Council on Monday evening and the coming celebration of the eighteenth anniversary of the founding of Mackln Council on Sep tember 10 was a leading feature The Anniversary Committee expects to outdo all former efforts In its at tempt to make this the greatest cele bration ever given by Mackln The souvenir book that Is being gotten out will be lull of interesting and complete data concerning the councilR C Schaefer C Oswald and G Koertner were reported Im proving Many suggestions for the welfare of the council were made during the evening Mackin will obligate a class on Monday evening August 28 and will Initiate a class In October SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE The Sisters of Providence an or der of teaching nuns in Indiana are engaged in their annual retreat this week More than 1000 nuns are taking part in these spiritual exer cises The nuns teaching the parochial school at Holy Trinity church New Albany are among the nuns now on retreat at St Marys of the Woods Terre Haute LONG CHASE Patrolman Donnella of the Louisville police force is credited by the Louisville daily papers with having tracked a negro gun toter for eigh teen miles The negro was appro ended on the ground that he had shot another negro while engaged In i crap game This Is police work ol the kind that counts- HEPTASOPHS PICNIC An allday reunion and basket pic nic will be given a Fontaine Ferry Park next Monday under the auspices of the Improved Order of Hepta ophs It will mark the thirtythird anniversary of the order in Louis rule George Goering Is Chairman of the committee arranging the af fair CAPT MURPHY AWAY l Capt John B Murphy one of Jef fersonvilles Police Commissioners Is spending his vacation at French Lick Springs tHis frletds on both sides of the Ohio river hope that he will thoroughly enjoy himself MEMPHIS IS CHOSEN Memphis has been officially chosen for the next biennial convention of the Catholic Knights of America which will be held May 21 1912 Kentucky will send a large delega tion and be fully represented MISSION WINS CONVERTS At the Philadelphia Cathedral mis sion Just ended fifty converts were baptizedPENALIZING HUSBANDS The Providence Visitor says Massachusetts has passed a law which Is now in force providing for the punishment of WlCedeserUon as a crime Instead of as a misdemeanor Under the old statute the coward who deserted his wife could feel reasonably certain of escape from punishment since he was not subject to extradition Even Ifhe were caugHt the maximum penalty was a three months Jail sentence or a fine of 25 The new law since It places desertion in the category of crimes subjects the deserter to extradition and provides a sentence at hard labor during which for every day that he works the sum of fifty cents 1 is to be paid over for the support of his family The sum Is not princely to be sure but Jt Is something and the hard labor which earns It Is likely to be a deterrent In the caw of those who looked lightly upon wife desertion because the punishment was so slight It all the States would enact a similar statute this fornvof brutality would soon e ase numbering Its victims by thousands FIR FL A MYST8BY The law west Indian firefly throws a light utroaf enoupkto eR I j able a person Lerd jwfppap d prlii tt1tr iaehy away TW gWw- seerltIIis1 withoutJnat uli M yet tM1 ot lIe fire W Ii WMffj ta w fe1- j uj 0 ssleaettA u i k0 II1 TIPPERARYt ft Home ot Golden Vale the Gar ilen Spot ot Dear Oil Ireland I River Strain a ldLakeWpter- MouutaluafdrMeadowI Valley and t Historic Ruins Are Found in Kvery Section ot This County HOME OF ARCHIISHOP OF CASHEL The County Tipperary is one of the central counties of Ireland It Is bounded on the north by Galway and I I byQUeenssouth by Cork and Waterford and on the west by Limerick and Clare The county took its name from the town Tipperary and this from a once celebrated well near the main street of the town The Gaelic name Is pronounced TubrldAuran the well of Ara Tlpperary from the eastern corner of the Knockmealdown moun tains to the juncture of the little Brosnla river with the Shannon Is sixtysix and threequarters miles long Its greatest breadth is fortyII three miles and It has an area of 1659 square miles The population Is In the neighborhood of 195000 For legal purposes the county Is dlI j SouthjI I Nearly the entire surface of the county is mountainous or hilly but there are stretches of level and beautiful i plains The entire middle of I magIDltlcentl Sulr The Golden Vale containing the finest land in Ireland Is a branch I of this great entral plain It runs I west from Fethard Into Limerick confined on the borders of the two counties by SHevamuck on the southII and by Slievefellm on the north From this it sweejps westward to mallock and Bruree 1mI TIpperary hasmany hills and mountains but the highest summit Is Klmalta sometimes called Keeper Hill It 1st a fine mountain dome 2278 feet tall Besides there is the celebrated Devils Bit five piles I from Templen ore It was within I the shadow of the Devils Bit that Thomas HInes one of Louisvilles f truant officers born In the same region wereborn the late Capt Michael Barry and Mrs Barry now deceasedThere are lots of rivers and streams In Tlpperary Many of them are tributary to the beautiful Shannon The Brosna the Little Brosna the Bunow the Ballyflnbay the senagh the NewIort the Clare the sore the ulrVJfflS the +eDrish are some of the streams that drain TiPIj perary and make fertile her fields I A portion of Lough Derg belongs to Tipperary all the other lakes in the county are small and unimportant but near the summit of Galtymore at Its northern side are two very remarkable mountain pools over topped by precipices Lough Curra and Lough Dlheen jI Clonmel a town of about 9000 I Inhabitants is the assize town of the South Riding It has a great trade and Is one of the most Important in- landI towns in Ireland Carrlckop Sulr Ardflnnank Cahlr Golden Holy Cross Ternplemore Fethard MullIn iI ahbrie Borrisojelgh Roscrea Cloghr I Kl1lenaUle1Cashel mounIl I posits of coal leacLand silver but the mines have been neglected for centuries f I II TIpperary has many historic ruins But all the ruins of Ireland sink Into Insignificance beside the far famed Rock of Caahel1 For more than 1000 years It was the seat of the Kings of Munster In the fifth Century a synod was held there The ruin consists of a massive Cathedral founded In the eleventh century a round tower ninety feet high and fiftyfour feet In circumference Cor macs chapel named after the Bishop I lnga hall for the vicars choir built in 1421 and an episcopal palace Holy Cross Abbey Is an other fine ruin It Is on the western bank of the Sulr eleven miles south of CashelIt was founded in 1182 by Donald OBrien King of Limerick or the Cistercian monks It is said to owe Its origin to the possession ot- a piece of the true cross presented I In the year 1110 A D by Pope Pascal II to Murrough OBrien I daysttheI privileges and the Abbot was a Peer EarllofI pot In TIpperary is Thurles with ItsIgrand Cathedral Ttiurles Was I i scene of a great victory of the Irish I century1RI under the presidency of Cardinal Il ColIl recommended ESCALLOPED TOMATOES IIUse a small baking dish Skin and I I laytbemfnIbits of butter Sprinkle with cracker crumbs and bake halfhour IIn a hot even Serve lathe baking disk WBLfj MATCHED1 How does your husband spend hta evenings t iI if uH stays at hose and thinks up tthemee to make riiI And what tIp yais de yourself wjille fcVsthjS oeettpled- Oh T I tkiik M MktiBts to Bjsd It1 ro 1 u- tJ o r tI 1 TIlE CALL OF THE BLOOD I have never seen you Ireland My feet have never pressed The vales and hills O Sireland Where my fathers keep their rent Oha distant foreign land you are To me outside the Pale Bat In my heart is something call lag Ever calling to the Gael Yea the blood of me Is calling to thn Gael I have conned your bitter history And my heart within has cried I have traced your annals gory With the blood of them that died Tis the story of an alien land That draws from me the wall Yet in my heart is something calling Ever calling to the Gael Yea the blood of me Is calling to the Gael I nifty never see you Ireland Your kiss may never feel Upon your shores 0 Sireland Tie I may never kneel Oh Im teal to my Columbia With love that can not fall Yet In my heart is something calling Yea thf blood of me Is calling to tio Gael Rev H F Blunt TRINITY BUSY Cast End Y M I Council Has Live Projects Ahead Trinity Council Y M I held a well attended meeting on Monday evening and disposed of many mat ters President Vic K Ecker occupied the chair A committee was appointed to arrange a series of fall dances Another committee was named to construct a handball court In the basement The Membership Committee reported progress and the Indications are that a large class will enter the council at the coming initiation Adam G Schneider who has Just returned from a months trip through Yellowstone Park and the West made an interesting talk about his travels and his observations were of much Interest to the council John Selgel Chairman of the Euchre Com mittee reported that Trinitys annual euchre and dance would be held on October 5- Several applications for member ship were received Fred Mathels and Fred Bauer who have been 111 were reported Improving MEETING OF ARCHBISHOPS The date for the next meeting of the Archbishops of the church in America has been advanced from No vember to October 15 in order to permit them to take part in the t golden Jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons SUPREME PRESIDENT SPEAKS Dr Felix Gaudln Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America paid a visit to Erie Pa recently and made a splendid talk on Catholic Knighthood before the members of Branch 98 Dr Gaudln Is now making a tour of the North and East en route to the National Federation convention at Columbus Ohio PROMOTIONS Monsignor Falcono announced on Wednesday that he had been notified from Rome that the Pope had nom inated the Right Rev John J Keane of Cheyenne Wyp to be Archbishop of Dubuque and that Monsignor Schrembs who was re cently consecrated Auxiliary Bishop of Grand Rapids to be the first Bishop of the new diocese of Toledo TOTAL ABSTINENCE LEAGUE The National Catholic Total Abstinence Union is in convention at Scranton Pa this week Monsignor Falconio the Papal Delegate opened the convention with a solemn Pontifical mass There are 800 delegates In attendance and 200 of them are women BUILDING IN IRELAND A return Just Issued in Ireland shows that up to April 36000 cottages wer provided under the labor erstact and some 5000 more are under construction oJa total expense of 39000000 The loans are gradually repaid by the tenants on easy Installments FOR WOMANS EYE Satin and velveteen are predicted as the leaders in suit material for the fall Nothing seems to diminish the popularity of the collarless bodice or gown Sailor collars of satin or silk are now veiled with black or white III Ing th skirts short This of course means pretty shoes and hosiery as white or tan lisle or cotton stockings and pumps New Jabots are lace trimmed and are worn with linen suits pr separate blouses The one sided effect Is I evident a wide frill being attached to a central frill of lace A novel treatment of white lawn I morning frocks Is to trim them with checked ginghams the pretty little blue and white lavender and white I and pink and white that everybody knows and likes SON Ole A LADY Referring to the decay of good Manners new apparent on all sides and most strikingly shown by the lack of uHeayeenof ordinary civility toward women the Catholic Columbian f quotes a capital story told Ina recent rtlcleby Thomas Nelson Page of an old gentleman of his1 acquaintance who OH a Journey to Niagara Falls in a crowded Oar thaieurprfaeY8I1J1gihU4ec U a L PRANK FEHR BREWING D i r INCORPORATEDr Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY UaSP- ECIAL BREWI- s everyone SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY u JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Arc Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family UseiQrra Case for Your Home = TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 191 LOUISVILLE an Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TlIE WIEDEMANNINCORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated DraugHt and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent fl QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin uous CASING AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA So- Under the same management Pro productionshistorIc FERRYThe HlghClass Family Amusement Resort FREE CONCERTS Every Afternoon and Evening by Prof Kryl and His Bohemian Band XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Two Shews DaUy3p m f30p ra SPECIAL FREE FEATURE Admission to Park Afternoons free accompaIently an Irish workman who had evidently been expecting a general movement Qn the part of his sex stood up and offered his seat to a lady near hIm saying I alwaya rIse for the ladlesmy mother was a lady Yee added Mr Pages friend and her ton Is a gentleman LENGTHY SERVICE Iiam quite surprised Mr Meeker at your wifes knowledge ot parlia mentary law keT Great Caesar Hasnt she bees speaker of the house for the feet fllteeR yearsv u u 1- U I I CBTHOMPSD 1 FLORISTJK ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters ef Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitaltorepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas enable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL hub Aveu Jetkreatlle 1I HENRY AAIJIJ1 pPOLSU DYER AND GLEANER laiiis iii Gluts WiafiitAMarti WORK GUARANTEES Pha 3s 521 Filth StrMlit CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cer Third s4 Green Sts We furnish the home com plete oa easy payments WM CALLA9HAN Mr Saks left Wve yur beyt M t mfalii that wIN pe rife ttoflr ferttf- t5T XAV lER S CQLtpQlg ua W Er dxarLatrltfay XerMaknnpart IareawiaastEPwtn i SSi Ttrmt Mtttt lie Js- u ail hvtn y 7Tw X lv rTfl VV Y IRISH AlYIBiRI0Aw r IRISHAMERICAN DAY MONDAY AUG r SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS RIVERVJEW PARK IRISH DANCE MUSIC1 r THE BIG STORE I DISSOLUFION SALE Beginning today Saturday THE BIG STOREwill place on sale for quick clearance six hundredand eighty seven Mens Summer Suits including all pure Worsted Blue Serges Clearance sale of Mens 12 and 15 values for S74O THE BIG STOREMILTON M MAKBLESTONE A CO 4Z4 West Market Between StIIFosrtk and Fifth Piano Values==Our Methods L la advertising our piano values and our methods it Is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course to pursue In selecting a pianoone of real worth for the money you invest We are confident of having the largest lines ef quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first payment Ouronepricepolicy must convince even the mostdoubt lag uf our superior service In treating one customer the same as another and is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHMI MUSIC CO Incorporate 8S 9i O 1IOUfttH AVENUE t I I I I GIVE A REBATE TICKET i Good for ten cents in trade with t my New Blend Coffee at 212lbs 65c f Phone a Trial Order i t JOHN M MULLOY f V MARICED TREETgt I 4St hIN I BICYCLES I We have purchased carload of wheels enabling us to offer at a bin reduction what we know to be the largest values forII the price ever offered 45 NATIONAL The 30 PRINCETON with pick of any Wheel G and J Oires Mud made 3750 Guards Coaster 2500 40 DAYTON Coaster 2750 PRINCETON Mud Guards G and with Mud Guards and J Tires 3250 Guaranteed Tires2150 35 DAYTON Coaster 750 Heavy tread Tires andGuarantcedTires2500per pair 495 i t T 220 r s Pl dtJ I JAgJ NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON I Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Heau Ph MC S97 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and I be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTERM- ANUPACTURD BY tftlliUCKY WALL PLASTER CO Incorporatedi1Mgfaal Hoorier Wall Plaster PInt 6aMMeert lor fir lad Phone W I DR J T CHAWK Veteriaarylnftrryaar nerse5Jaeeiajrrje SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING is tlerssaCatl d Per anti D ilverdw Itetsl Phen +s 23w OPPICli AND PORO 713715 30VSNTtI STRFE- TOHAWPAQX3 r JI1f Jf 4 Ahf a KOLB 0 S 8413 West Grnh Streeti uQtio1Ia Oi4 b JJIt It I 01 iv jit iit it u It o r- c u uo Q 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes A new branch of the auxiliary Is being organized in Lebanon Ind In the front rank of the German day parade at New Haven Conn were the Hibernians The Ancient Order made remark able progress in Ireland during the past year ovor 100 new divisions being organized Monday night Division 4 will meet at Bertrand Hall and on account ot its Importance President Hennessy looks for a large attendance Mrs Mary P McWhorter Chair man of the National Irish History Committee of the Ladles Auxiliary Is doing a great work In her line of activityA of the Ladles Aux iliarys National Board was held In Atlantic City and reports showed that It was never In a more flourish Ing condition The branch of the Ladles Aux iliary at LoltaI sport Ind was or ganized only last spring and now has a drill and degree team In deference to the IrishAmerican day celebration on Monday August 21 Division 3 will meet on Sunday afternoon August 20 This shows the right spirit The Hibernians and the Ladles Auxiliary of Indianapolis propose to give valuable prizes for stddents proficient In Irish history during the coming school term Division 1 meets Tuesday night at Falls City Hall Plans for a fall and winter campaign will be suggested land therefore all members are urged to be present The season for initiations is fast approaching which recalls the prom ise made at the quarterly meeting Every member should endeavor to secure at least one candidate In several cities of Indiana the pupils are taking an active Interest Ittother parochial schools in September Division 2 meets Wednesday night totmatter is ot great importance and should bring every member to this meeting Milwaukee Hibernians had ammeter gathering at Pabst Park last Saturday Hon William Dillon was the orator while ilrlsh pipers loud music anJ Irish dancers proves in teresting features Right Rev Bishop Carroll our National Chaplain en route to Helena Mont from his visit to Rome was tendered a grand recep tlon Monday night by the Hibernians of St Paul Minn Division 1 of jQffersonvllIe may decide upon a celebration at the htIIn Elks Hall Whatever Is decided upon will have the support of the Louisville divisions All the divisions are interested in the success of IrishAmerican day at Blvervlew Park and at the meet ings next week the programme will be announced and the part the divis ions are expected to play Right Rev Bishop Chartrand Aux iliary Bishop of Indianapolis has expressed his hearty approval of the teaching of Irish history in the seventh and eighth grades provided desireItThe Ladles Auxiliary is to be con gratulated on the success of the Fon taine Ferry outing Notwithstandin the many counter attractions in all frlendsturnedreally enjoyable evening The Ladles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday night when a large at tendance is expected to hear the report on the outing The names o the winners in the contest will also be announced and the session promises to be one 6f uutisuaiinterest In a letter to Professor Rohan Archbishop Mess 1er of Milwaukee said In my judgment the American Catholic child who has not read the story of Irelands heroic struggles for faith and nationality Is imper fectly educated In the history of the faith It HAPPY MEETING Mrs Victoria Link and her sons William A and A C Link will leave Sunday for Cincinnati to be present at the profession of Frater Conrad Link son of Mrs Link and brother ot William and A C Link Conrad Link Is to make his profession as a member of the Order of jI Friars Minor The ceremony will I take place at fit Anthonys Monasjj I tery next TuedayWUUam Link will spend several days at the mortfO his brother but 1leavI 1 Council Y M I at Carro1lto11s HOPKINS THEATER Encouraged by the Increased patr the Hopkins management will continue the presentation of the stars of the vaudeville stage For next week a bill of exceptional merit promised with all new and varied turns In addition Charles Relnhartj j will offer as usual two of the iaoflt attractive pottght song numbers turned out bythe11ubll her and there will be X discreet allotment of Jthe newest motion picture gems I UNITYS DELEGATES Frank Ritz Peter Gentler John Slimier and Jaatei Xtaattranner aIllSpt New Albanyl 1 left the tint of week toa dtliGran4 Council l r the India YM L at BraiVr ad Tfcutfx v tbdIlat s teem Jetty tI1- d f i 1 t r Pf I l rW SOCIETY DIRECTORY 1 A O 11- 1DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Fir and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tompkins Recording SecretaryJoseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawle- rSeigeantatArrasLouie Roller DIVISION 2 Moot First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording SecretarYWilliam Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn Keaney Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArms W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meeta First and Third Mondays J Ilneteenth and Portland President D J Coleman Vice presidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial SecretaryJ Qr Hes sionTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Steven- sSentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J Langan TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArnis William Cal laghanSentlnelM McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence e FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc GrodyFinancial Secretary John Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y JMC I- MACKINOSUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretarYF G Adams Recording SecretarYR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker bergTroasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart IfpJlJ r Lr tliiilroJf 1 Medlelmeg lr Mrs Kath Hltdman writes tram WesleYiJowa March 17 1910I wu had an attack otr apoplexy and was over C months help lesscould not eat nor sleep Any trine matter made me nervous I would Havekeni Tonic and I now can sleep and have a good appetite and feel so well that 1 can do my days work I am very much pleased with the Tonic and will recommend It wherever can I am happy and healthy write MrsB McCabe QuincY JIl 305Wuh Ington St Sept 1 lslb Sbo euftere d from Nervousness and Catarrh but few bottles Pastor Kpenles Nerve Tonic cured her Mrs Dan Leach writes from Coy lICas Jan 27 1909PantolCoenlgs Nerve Tonic aid my daughte- more good than Ml the doctors FREE NISIyouPrepared by the Rev ATHIR Kirara ot IonWayne led since 18M sad BOW by the KOENItt MED 00 Chicago III 108 Lake Street Sold by Drtlit at tlllCrBottl6 lit 98 Lrgt3las nIJ to Betttos for 9 COL MAOAULEY HOME Col John T Macauley has arrived home from New York after a visit of two weeks He announces that Macauleys Theater will open for the season on September 4 with Al Fields minstrels as the attraction will announce other bookings and declares that he will have of the beet attractions in the country Macauleys Theater is be- Ing thoroughly overhauled and FONTAIN1ImnY IAIIK BohunllrKryliand his Bohemian band will remain at least one more week at Fontaine Ferry Park Their music has found favor with park j patrons and their retention will at I tract a better attendance next week t The raudevlHe attractions at FOB talus Ferry will be out of the or dlmry during the doming week AUN IS RECOVERING- iater Bohavitr Murphy of the trlof ChArtty of Naaareth is allying after an aperatlpa for apf ileltis at tat Jwwpki I1f1 ar1- 11Ia8111otShe life O t ur Mr twenty years ft I i z Q r- Io IRELAND I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled- t From Exchanges Water is being sold in some cases at Delturbet at one Penny per gallon EO scarce is the supply coOptedArthurlate John OConnell as one of the Guardians of the Middle ward The iDundalk Urban Council has appointed P A Spalding of Daiwa y to be resident engineer to manage the electric lighting undertaking At the Carlow Assizes James killinghisimprisonmentTpublic districtJturf of bog have been destroyed by fire T C McArdle and William Twibl have been coopted by the Dundal- Harbor Board succeeding William Tempert J P and H M William sonAmong the wide circle of acquaintances the death was learned with regret of Edmond McSweeney in his seventyeighth year at his residencei Klllarney An old woman named Margaret Kelly living at Llsanerville near Fuerty dropped dead In the house of her daughterinlaw She was ninetyfive years of age Miss Winifred Fallon In religioni Sister Mary Alphonsus daughter of John Fallon of Thurloughmore Gal- way was solemnly professed at th I Presentation Convent t waJs the gun exploded shattering his o hand to such an extent that it had to be amputated at the County Kil dare Infirmary The departure of Rev Nicholas Rafferty for the United States of reRrinet teen where he was so well known and so exceedingly popular The Ardtully copper mines situ sled between Kilgarvan and Ken mare which were worked up to about fifty years ago and which Were noted for the high quality of the copper have been reopened- A serious conflagration which or iginated accidentally narrowly escaped Involving the greater portion of the mountain of Teavln in the Dunglven district of County Derry Considerable loss has been sustained by those owning the turf cut from the bog on the mountain side While bathing with a companion In the Nore at Ladlstown County Kilkenny John Langton aged twen r tynlne was seized with cramps and drowned before his companion could reach him A few years ago hisi father a linesman met with a shocking death on the railway His parishlonlers and a wide circle of friends learned with regret of the serious illness of the Rev Patrick Kenny who received the last rites of the church a few days ago is de servedly popular and has taken a prominent part in all movements tending for the benefit of his flock The hay crop around Carrick has proven very heavy notwlthslandln- all that was predicted and has been well saved Everything looks well1 for the country even if we take into consideration the trend of politics It will be all the more cheery to live In the old land now that the shad ows are lifting and the era of prosperity iis at hand Michael Keanc Maurice and John Foley and William Pierce boys o t the farming class pleaded guilty a Kerry Assizes to hiring wrecked the dwelling hou i of Patrick Carroll att Lixnaw The case arose out of the Ballingtogher quarry dispute As they Intended only a joke they were recogI nlzance Owing to the continued drought much discontent prevails in Woxford vas to the shortage of the water sup tply The reservoir has within theI past few weeks lowered fiftyfive inches below the lowest and conse quontly the Corporation have found It necessary to curtail the supply to isreatlrely shut oft at night for the past month DIAMOND DAKAR The people of St Boniface congregation are making arrangements to give a diamond jubilee bazar for theI benefit of the church on November 2027 The bazar will be held In the new hall adjoining the church More than 250 men answered the first call to form an organization to arrange for this great fete and Fred Schwenker is doing great work as publicity agent Coinblnatlon books are out announcing that the following Gentlemansgoldmans gold ring rocking chair gas range ladys gold watch two tons of coal 10 in gold barrel of flour portrait of Bishop ODonaghue valrI of 5 shoes porcelain clock Sln gold pair of marble Jardiniers and a case of wine MOVING PICTURES The Casino and Orpheum continue to prevent film dramas of sweeping action Interspersed with pictures of comedy and pathos where visitors to the shopping district Rind an ideal place for an hour of rest and en joyment Pictures never exhibited here before will beBMn next week The new illustrated songs will be alto a pleasing diversion POET NUN fFke poem Just For To4yw s written by dieter ryX vlerof- lk Order of Notre Dame She was arhlt of JlIIglaacf r r- y rU W- o 1k MIDSUMMEREXCUSIFALLS BY WAY OF GREAT LAKES Six Day Trip Including Alll Expenses For 2825 Under Auspices of Mackin Council Y MI LEAVING LOUISVILLE TUESDAY AUGUST 15 1911 For Further Information Addrean Jon J Hancock 7O4 Louisville Trust Building PRESENTATION ACADEMY 11FOURTH AND BRECKINRIDGE STS Anexcellent school for girls young women and boys not over fourteen Special attention given to music andart ST MARYS COLLEGE ST MARY MARION COUNTY KY Commercial Course with Business College features High School Course preparation for law medicine pharmacy dental and engineering schools universitiestREV MICHAEL JAGLOWICZ C R President KentuckyttLORETTO ACADEMY Loretto Marion County Kentucky FOUNDED IN 1812 CHARTERED IN 1829 Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross Charming location Healthful environment Primary inter mediate and academic courses thoroughly taught Special attention to languages music arts and tothe details of a refined education for girls For illustrated catalog address DIRECTRESS OF ACADEMY Nerinx PO Kentucky COLUMBIAN COLLEGE A CATHOLIC BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS Expense lower than average Write for catalog Railroad fare from Louisville 2 70 Preparatory business high school and college courses Health developed by physical training and instruction Open air athletics under director Morals safeguarded Idle intractable or vicious boys not retained Homelike arrangements in matters of table clothing illness and the like For Catalog or fuller information address Owensboro Ky JOHN M COONEY A Moo Pres t 1For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE pricestthe lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 JAMES QUARLES CANDIDATE FOR s Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court CHANCERY BRANCHFIRST DIVISION Sect to the Actlm sff the DesMtratlc Party WM R STELTENKAMPCANDIDATE CONSTABLE Fifth Magisterial District Composed of First Second ahd Third Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party GEHER Q SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET 8KIT THB CKIKBIUTBD NNORTH TAR REFRIGERATOR u The Only Insulation with Cork t The QUICK- Combines MEAL GAS RANGE J r not a few but all features of 11I I practical value that are considered dealt t + ered desirable IaI a GM Range TIIe QUICK MEAL has VO KQUAL It ranta high Ia the eetimatioa ef the public C S 5 j li t I-a a tr