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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i v i st i A t I cyncWI 1 JcrFl1 r r r- u 1 t f Jw- 4q 1 J 1 1jOhllJ XKVIIN0 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 19 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS S SHOT GAL t M- 1v II stlur a Lm 7argo Numbers Mtlltiverrictr Park on Monday I I TugofWa Contest Between Win I erh sad Iortlnud n Feature I y WIIt1etteI bong Disputed Champion I vsTlp Between These v v 1Rivalst I I ry 1 I I I REUNION OF IRISHAMERICAN I i RverylkJBg is in readiness for Iri kAnitrican day at Rlvervlew ParkanextMonday and the committee of arrangements expect to draw a I recorder wd to this popular resort some of the committee being the same which promoted Hibernian day at this same park a couple of years J ago drawing a Fourth of July crowd I of 22500 people which is the record The Hibernians are only part of the contingent promoting IrishAmerican day as it is intended to be a reunion of every man woman and child in the city who has a drop of Celtic blood in his or per veins no matter of what religions persuasion One of the special features of the day will be the tugofwar contest between a team from Limerick underI the leadership of John H Hennessy and a team from Portland under the 1 MirCctiLn of Thomas Dolan the ath letic Instructor from the West End This has been a much mooted ques tion in IrishAmerican circles for some time as to who turns out theI best men of brawn Portland or Limerick and after much discussion and signing of articles the following 1 have been signed to pull the others 1 head off or move out of their respective I neighborhoods I I Limericks Martin Joyce JohnI ODonnell Jerry Halllhan RobertI Mitchell Thomas Dignan and 1 j Thomas Farrell- Portlands t 1 William Murphy ilHourIgani II1lanyI J I the result of the tug and the promoters I of IrishAmerican day 111II arrange to give a banquet to the winners c of the event It goes without I saying that the followers of both III teams will be on hand In large num I bers to cheer their respective favor ites and in connection with this Itcc Is expected to have a space set aside for the contestants and officials onlyII asat a similar contest some hneII ago the spectators became so en thused that they took a hand causing the match to be declared off and the championship still unsettled Hence the arrangement to settle It next Monday Two other features sure to create some Interest are the reel dancing and waltzing contests for which handsome prizes are offered and al ready some of the light steppers are entered and are sure to arouse some enthusiasm among the lovers of the terpsichorean art The Committee of Arrangements Is made up as fol lows D J Coleman William Murphy A TompkIns Joseph E Farrell Thomas Dolan Thomas Lawler C J Ford Ernest Smith William T Meehan John T Keaney James Welsh Hugh Hourigan Thomas Stevens John G Hesslon D J Dougl ertyJohn H Hennessy Thomas Lynch John J Barry Thomas J Langan and H J Brady 1 j IMPROVED Holy Fathers Condition Is Better Than Last I IWeekI Catholics were much relieved y Thursday when they read that Pope Plus whose condition shows marked Improvement over last week Sat up nearly nil day Wednesday His Holiness eVen ventured to walk from his arm chair to his writing desk to get some papers required while dis cussing official matters with Car dinal Merry del Val the Papal Sec retary of State During the day the Pontlft received a number of his friends his physicians believing thatt a chat with others than those engaged In the sickroom might tendl toward brightening the spirits of the c patientHis Holiness was not informed of the sudden deathc Cardinal Moran in Sydney N 9 V It was feared thclIbock might have a detrimental1 effect on the Pontiffs health as ho hew Cardinal Moran In high esteem qiiuRCH OF OUR LADY Next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings the good people of the West End will give a lawn fete for the keflt of the Church of Our Lady Ithe spacious church grounds on d avenue between Thirtyfifth Thirtysixth streets Rev ier Cohnlff is the faithful and working pastor anti the moneyed will be used for Improve g on the church one of the old the city There will be twelve borne prizes good music and t attractive tU1M and the littees have done eyifyXhlnj lie toward making thii fete a l njoyable ape U- l C NUNS LEAVE Dominican Sisters Going to Their Various Missions After the feast of St Dominic the nuns who had been resting and re cuperating at the Academy of St Catherine of Sienna were sent to various missions I It will be of in terest to the people of St LouIs Bertrand parish to know where the dautrhtflra of that parish are en gaged in teaching Sister Agatha formerly Miss Mary Brown and Sister Clare formerly Miss Tillie Glass remain at St Catherines Sister Mary P1ushas been made Mother Superior at Memphis She was formerly Miss Katie Kennedy Sister Bridget formerly Miss Bridget Connelly has been made Mother Superior at West Lynn Mass Sister Mary Raymond who was formerly Miss Anna Hines has been assigned to Mattoon 111 Sisters Agnlta and Calllsta for merly Misses Isabella and Cassle Kavanagh have been reassigned to St Francis de Sales Academy Charllestown Mass Sister Tomasina known in the world as Miss Julia Qllmartin has gone to West Lynn Sister AlexIa has been reappoInted Mother Superior at St Michaels Academy Lowell Mass She was formerly Miss Brldgle OSullivan Sister Frances formerly Miss Theresa OMalley will remain at St Catherines Sister Bernardino who was Miss Bernardino Medley of Leb anon goes to Charlestown Mass MAMMOTH Lawn Fete for the Bene fit of St Anns New Church A mammoth lawn social will be given for the benefit of St Anns church next Wednesday and Thurs day on the beautiful church grounds 1607 South Seventh street Rev Father Hill and the ladles of the parish have spent weeks preparing I I for this event and everything that goes to make a lawn fete successful will be found on the grounds Many attractions have been provided and handsome and valuable prizes wl11II be within the reach of all Father Hill has done surprising work since founding St Anns parish and the people of the congregation desiring to show their appreciation therefore Invite their friends from all parts of I the city to be with them and assist In making this the greatest occasion of the kind fo the season Members of the accoigfiagatlon wlir brm a reception committee to spe that all are entertained and the refresh ments will be served by a corps of charming young ladles All who I would help a good cause and spend- a I pleasant evening are invited and should attend this fet- eEXCELLENT I c Work Is Being Done by the Central Co mlttcetII C K of Act President Eugene McCarthy presided at the regular meeting of the Central Committee C K of A onI Friday night of last week All the branches were well represented considering the high temperature Will lam M Higgins Chairman of the Jntertalnment Committee reported iiIi IIforI t Park on Wednesday August 23 In addition to the usual attractions be a Raffles incident 11 with a 5 gold piece as a reward for the one who properly acco RafflesHenry tsII Schnitzgen from Branch 642 made a nice talk and turned over a neat sum to Central Committee I TJie money had been raised for Ia man who has become blind Ichnltzens talk was appreciated MrII hIs work was highly complimented Letters of sympathy were ordered sent to two delegates who have been Ill Edmund Rapp and Capt John BI MurphY the Police Commissioner of Jeffersonville John Kenney of I reffersonville and Joseph Kenney made nice talks and P J Dowling I ot Branch 4 expressed the hope that I many new members would be se cured He also made several ex cellent suggestions regarding In creasing the membership of the varIous branches it lIThe Central Committee was ex tended an invitation to attend the outing of the Uniform Rank on August 27 John Schalda told how he had spoken for the order at the general meeting at St Anthonys and his talk made a fine impression The com mlttee received a second presslng invitation to attend the IrishAmerican celebration at Rlevrvlew Park next Monday POLICEMEN ON VACATION Lieut Mike JLeamy will feave Tuesday to spend his vacation at White Mills and on the same day Detective John Enright will leave for a weeks stay at Madison Ind CapfT Mike Hogan has been spending his vacation at French Lick while Offi cer William Lawler went to Detroit to visit his sister and sepnd a few days in Canada Both will be on II duty again Monday Lieut Edward Callahan has been sojourning at At 1 lantic City for the past ten days Sergl Tom Brown wearing the straps during his absence Those offieere receiving vacations during the a sultry days are looked upon as- belsglucky I I J 1o1 tl 1 1ti Committee of ArrangementsIrish American Day T J LANGAN D J COLEMAN T J LAWLER ENDED bo W t to I Liberals and Irish Win Fights Against the louse of Lords at Great Doubt As to Outcome Ex as isted Until Final Mo nrent Lords Olin Now Hold Up lollle Rule for Only Two Sears PUTS AN END TO CLASS RULE The Commons triumph over the House of Lords Is regarded as a momentous event especially fbr Ireland which has reason to look for the passage of the long fought for home rule measures for that mis governed country Upon this great subject there is but one opinion aptly expressed by the New York World that Premier Asquith has won a great victory Me hagj alt with a historic abuse and helped to Insure to Great Britain a truly democratic government To the arro gance of class rule he has put a stop The Lords may hold up home rule for Ireland and halt social re form for two years But they can not Indefinitely deny to the people the measures of relief and of prog deI tives In the House of Commons have made provisions in obedience to the popular will- DescrIbing the last stages and the end of the struggle Hon T P 3Connor one of the Irish leaders In the louse of Commons cabled the tollowlng The veto bill fight ended as I ilways anticipated It would but It was closed more easily than either IrI or anybody else thought It would je Indeed up to the last moment- of the last nights debate on Thurs A lay nobody knew what was going to happen Several times during the evening the betting changed from side to side Now the odds were live to four on the Lords rejecting toe bill and then five to four on a surrender If one speech made two theIbrought two extremIsts back to Lord Kalsburys camp The situation finally was saved by the largo vote if the Unionists and Bishops In favor of the Ministry and the desire of the Tory leaders and the court Influences to avoid a continuation jf the crisis and the infliction on the disagreeable duty ofKing of the J sending 500 Liberal Peers into theJ House of Lords IThe Liberals and Irish are pleased on the whole with this solu tion of tho veto question though they have a lingering desire to see the House of Lords transformed from i Tory to a Liberal assembly by the new Liberal Peers and to secure thus a readier passage of the home rule and the other Liberal reforms The end of the struggle was received I with the same astounding indiffer ence by the public as was nearly every stage of the whole struggle This is partly because the heat renders everybody apathetic and be i conclusion was regarded asI forgoneF i IN WEST Sister Mary Raymond and Sister Mary Angela of the Dominican or der who have been staying at St Rose during the summer months left Wednesday for Exeter Neb where they will teach during the coming school session at St Stephens College Before taking the volt Sister Mary Raymond was Miss Anna Hines daughter of Mr andI Mrs Thomas H Hines IISTIfTJ CAMPAIGNING A 0 H met Monday evening and heard reports from the committee who are boosting the Iriih AnierlcaTi day picnic at River ylew Park next Monday and the members are especially interested In the tugofrwar Contesti which will IJ n- i MDi hold between earns from Port land and Limerick The resignation William Callagban as Sergeantat cnns was received he being unable attend the division meetings regularly on account ffof other duties and John Colema was elected to fill the vacancy Division 4 still shorts the good effects of a campaign for members three being received the meeting MJohael McGrundy Pat Kenney and Pat OjIearn apply Ing for membership Harry J Brady and Michael Costello were reported still being on thjj sick list Ser geant Thomas Brown one of the old guard of Division 4 was present and delivered a few remarks on HibernIan unity SHOT DOWN if Brave Policeman Killed In Performance of His Dutyt Officer Michael Baldwin for twentyseven years a member of the Louisville police force was shot and killed while In them performance of 1 his duty on Friday morning of last week He was shot through heart by Adam Wallace a negro theIII residents ofhad been frightening I West End A few minutes after1 Baldwin was shot Officer Michael Sullivan shot and tsled Wallace 1 The negro was desperate and fired three shots atJMlivanlbjjforehe skilled 1ii tThedouble rage y occ rred 1 in the vicinity of Eighteenth andI EddyOfficer Baldwin was taking the t negro to Eighteenth and Walnut to I have him identified At NineteenthII and Eddy streets the revolver from the policeman and shot him through the heart With the smoking revolver In his hand the desperate negro ran through the alley toward Eighteenth street c Patrqlmen Sullivan and OKeefe I who had been waiting for Baldwin and his prisoner heard the shots andjj ran toward the alley They cameI face to race with the negro who immediately began firing at Sullivan The officer returned the fire and acc bullet through the temple caused thecc negro to fall dead The funeral of Officer Baldwin took place from St Louis Bertrand church on Sunday afternoon and was largely Attended I detail of police acted as palltoear 11The11 fortynine years ago but came to Louisville when quite a young man He was regarded as a brave and fearless officer tie resided at Oldham street and is survived by 7341I Wife and the following chlldr Nellie Catherine John Mary and RegIna Baldwin and a sister Mrsjj Thomas McLaughlin of 309 East Madison street The pallbearers were Officers Michael J Sullivan John P Keefe John Carroll Austin Nally Patrick OHearn Robert Riley H C Miller and John Malloney The escort wasI composed of Cornelius Sayage James Twohig Edward McGrath Thomas Fitzgibbons Patrick Tully and Lieut Schupp s HONORED Attorney A P Martin Again Deputy Supreme Officer Attorney Albert F Martin again been honored by the Young I Mens Institute This week he re ceived his commission from Supreme President V J Hennessy and reap polntmentas Doputy Supreme President for the Kentucky jurisdiction which includes the States of Tennes see and Missouri For a number of years Deputy Martin has been an active worker for the Y M L having served as President qf Trinity Council I of this city which progressed under his administration and also as President of the Kentucky Grand Council He will be expected represent President Hennessy at the Grand Council to be held next week at Carrollton His friends are justly elated over his appointment VISITING FAMILY Rev Father James A Mackln 0I P of St Marys church New HagenII Conn Is pending a few weeks with relatives in ftlaro leo1ntyHe1s a relative of the la e Father William Mackin fformerly pester of Stl Cecilia cnureii 1ft ihft cUr 1Itr r NOT YET Will the United estates Enter Jhto AllianceI If With England I J t Senate j Committee Calls Treaties Breeders of Bitterness and War DlustNot i e Surrender Our Pow 0150 a Half ForeignI Hotly THE DUTY OF THE SENATE At this writing there appears little hope for the projected alliance EnglandIn United States Senate shorn of itsI greatest power will not be acted on before the adjournment of Congress rimelist j the measure to pieces There Is almost universal opposition to theI International Commission and asII the whole framework is built on thatIl its elimination would wreck theI whole structure Tuesday the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations presented a re port to the Senate declaring the pending conventions with Greatl Britain and France similar to the would11lkelyif consummated in their presentl form The report was a vigorous defense of the committees course inI recommending the elimination of the paragraph In the treaties conferring especial powers upon the joint high commission created by the conven tion The attack upon the treaties centered on the question of the Senate as part of the treatymaking machinery of the United States giv ing its consent to the investiture ofr the Joint committee with authority- to determine without consulting the Senate whether or not a matter of dispute is jUstlceable and subject to arbitrationreport was presented by IThe Lodge of Massachusetts and the minority of the committee was granted a week in which to pre sent Its views in support of the tratles as negotiated Declaring the unselfish attitude of the Senate and contending that It was the duty of that body under the Constitution to defend its own prerogatives the saIdIThe inclusion of the Senate as apart of the treatymaking power was provided upon mature consideration- In the Constitution and was to be adapted to our system of gov ernment It has on the wholeI proved of the highest usefulness for the prevention of hasty and Illcon sidered agreements with other powers and for the preservation of the Interests of all and every part of the American people So long as that duty rests upon us we must continue to perform it with courage and firmness and without evasion Iior abdication There are certain questions at the present stage of human development the report concluded which if thus forced forward for arbitration would be rejected by the country afr tected without regard whether in so doing they broke the general arbitration treaty or not In the opinion of the committee it should not be possible under the terms of any treaty for such a deplorable situation to arise Nothing ought to be promised that we are not abso lutely certain we can carry out too the letter L LIf the third clause of Article 3 remains in the treaty it is quite possible that the unhappy situation just described might arise and the treaty would then become not what we fondly hope Iit will be a noble instrument of peace but an 1111 oraened breeder of bitterness and war For that reason as well as on constitutional grounds and in the best interests of peace and arbitra recomImendsfrew the treaty v c iU n REUNION Catholic Knights Thronged St Miehaelsliallon Tuesday Branch C42 Catholic Knights of America had a Jolly reunion Tues day night the members and visitors nearly filling St Michaels Hall President Joseph Po McGinn occu pied the chair and was assisted by Vice President Phalcn Secretaries Veeneman and Mayor and Treasurer Schnitzgor in receiving and ills pensing the hospitalities of the evening A most agreeable feature was the hearty reception tendered A the Rev Father Kernan O P who graced the occasion with his pres ence taking place of Father OCon nor who is spending a vacation In Ireland President McGinn extend ed greetings to the visitors among 1Veeneman 1 T Meehan Ben A Kruse William M Higgins Ben Rittman and others The semiannual reports showed Branch 642 in better condition than for several years past After the business session there were short addresses between which refresh ments in abundance and cigars were served COUNTY BOARD Held an Interesting Busi ness Session Last Week The County Board A O H met at Bertrand Hall on Friday night of last week and transacted a lot of necessary business Reports on the picnic held recently at Phoenix Hill were encouraging and each division is making substantial returns for tickets sold Financial Secretary T J Langan and Treasurer Thomas Walsh expect to make complete re ports at the next meeting The County Board accepted an in vitation from Col Lum Simons toII be his guests at supper on Tuesday when plans for the IrishAmerican outlhg to be given next Monday August 21 were to be discussed Several suggestions were trans mitted to the board from Division 3 They relate to changes in tbp by laws of the County and State boards and recommendations were made concern g matters to be brought UII at the next national convention These suggestions and recommendations were drawn up by Attorney Lawrence J Mackey and have many excellent points They will be fully dlsdussed at the next quarterly meet- Ingi whiclntwinbetihehd tnnmSeptgmberi- All I the members bflfie County Board talked enthusiastically con corning the coming WishAmerican day at Rlverview Park next Monday and all promised to aid in bringing out a crowd It is not to be a Hibernian picnic but an outing for IrishAmericans of all creeds and societies JOHN J SCORE New District Deputy For- M Catholic Knights and Ladles Miss Mary Sheridan having re signed Supreme President Leonard of St Louis has appointed John J Score as District Deputy for the- o Catholic Knights and Ladles of America who has entered upon his iuties with the outlook for promising results His first work will be the organization of branches in Holy Cross and St Bridgets parishes in the city and also one atPeweo Val jey with prospects for one In St Williams parish Deputy Score will soon Issue a call for a meeting of the officers of all the branches In the Falls CItIes for the purpose of devising ways and means for in creasing the membership of this order Thero will also be a reorganiza lion of the Corps of Inspectors as tome of them have become careless In the performance of their duties Inspectors will be chosen who will give at least one hour of their time IIaach month and encourage the mem bers to try and excite some interest In the branches to which they belong Because of this appointmentt Andrew Kast has succeeded to the Chairmanship of the Knl htsandI Ladles Central Committee which means new life and vigor for that body to MANY FIREMEN HURT Last week was a severe one forI the members of the Louisville fire department who Were called upon to fight the flames and make an un Usual number of runs Though many had narrow escapes fourteen sus talned injuries but fortunately none were serious and all are on duty again The Injured men were Elmer Graham aide to Chief Lehan Capts11 John Bourke and J B Wlllenborg and Frank Moore Joe Kilmeier Dave Burke Thomas McGlynn John Keafe Edward Week William Mc Farland Jake Michaels James Wallace William Rudolph and James Hundley FROM QUEEN MART The Dowager Lady OHagan offered Queen Mary the freehold of her house in Dublin to be devoted to any purpose which the Queen select in memory of the royal yI to Ireland The Queen has accepted the offer and desires the house to become the permanent headquarters nof the St Lawreae Catholic Home I for trainliiV district nurses J my 7 CATHOLICS Their Annual Reunion Wednesday at Fontaine Ferry Y Park Central Committee lies Invited AU the Falls Cities Societiesx i I Novel Feature will Het the Search for the JMonlcd- KlllRllt 4 WILL REVIVF FOND MEMORIES A great day is approaching for the Catholics of Louisville and the Falls Cities Op next Wednesday August 23 the annual Catholic reunion un der the auspices of the Louisville Central Committee will be held at Fontaine Ferry Park and every In gatherIng Catholic Knights of America For weeks committees have been working for this event to which the members of every Catholic society in the three pUbllchaveunion was instituted several years manyhappyacquaintances besides reviving and leaving fond memories The park management will provide many attractions with a musical pro gramme Introdurlng the popular airs of all nations A feature that will provlde much amusement and a nice prize will be the search for theaMoned Knight A well known member of the Catholic Knights of America has been selected and will be at the park all the afternoon andt j evening Upon his arrival at 230 oclock ho wijl be stationed at l the entrance wearing a black Derby hat dark suit and light tie He will later appear at the bandstand from there going to the theater and after the performance mingling with the crowds The same will be repeated In time evening beginning at 7 oclock To win the prize all you have to do is to touch him gently on the right shoulder declare him the Monied Knight and receive the 5 gold piece he carries or the ones hoMdtscnveraa4hlmn h Every branch of the Catholic Knights of America in this city is represented on the committee Among the active workers for the success of this reunion are such well known citizens as Gen Michael Reichert P J Dowling John Schalda Patrick Holley Charles Hill President Eugene McCarthy Ben A Kruse Supreme Delegate H A Veeneman Col Joseph P McGinn Capt Oscar Maier B A CollVCharles Falk State Secretary Will lam T Meehan J J Schulten Police Commissioner J B Murphy John Kenney Ben llittman Joseph Kenney ChUhiah William M Hig gins and a host of others For years the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America has been doing a great work in Louisville and the proceeds of this reunion will be devoted to purposes most commendable The admission will be ten cents the tickets being for sale by members in all sections of the city With fair weather the attendance should number at least 10000 ANNIVERSARY Now Attracting Attention of Mackin Council Members MackIn Council hold a fairly at tended meeting Monday night presided over by Vice President Joseph Hancock C Schaefer R Riddle and C Craven all on the sick list were reported improving and C Oswald was reported entirely well Gratify ing reports were made by the Opera Committee which placed a goodly sum In the treasury Announcement was made that the shower baths were completed and in working or der Patrick T Sullivan n ed attend the council invitations to thq IrishAmerican outing at Rlvervl6vr on Monday and the Catholic day celebration at Fontaine Ferry on August 23 and both were accepted The business of greatest interest related to the anniversary celebration to be held at the club bouse next month George J Lautz reported I that arrangements were being perfected to make this celebrationI Our pass all others and that the comnU tee was receiving the assistance fltI all the members The programme will Include two days the first to be devoted to religious exercises and a reception i DOING NICELY The Louisville friends andrela tives of Sister W St Paul Kennedy sot Indianapolis will be I learn that she is making steadyII progress toward recovery after fa delicate operation for appendicitis I As the good Sister Is in her seventy third year it is considered remarirI able that she stood the operation so well Her niece Miss Margaret E ODonnell has been her constant J attendantmVA 1 i lr T1 l zri 4 0 f 1 J d KE LucKii S 7L a7Sfl3IcALN v i+ L r KENTUCKY IRISH flMEMNAiY- tkrf tetlle Social Mi Moral UruiceiKBHiit el Irish American and Citkellci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Men Institute and Catholic Knights of America PuYllahereKENTUCKYSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc I r Baltred at the LoaliTllU PottoMIc a SecondClaw flattir AMrcfc ill CoHBHBlcitloH to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weat Qreei St UMON TflADES facet COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 19 1911 n COME AND BE AVELCOME The Kentucky Irish AmericaI Joins with Right Rev I BIshopI II ODonaghue Gov Willson and a Head In Inviting the next National Catholic Federation to come to Louisville This Is the cradle ott Catholicity In the West We cai show our visitors a handsome r Cathedral and many beautlfuI v c cchurches and schools Rev Father I Raffo Dr Peter S Ganz and Hon E J McDermott will represen l Louisville and her Interests at the convention which will meet In Columbus Ohio next week Louis II vllle Is one of the cities that firs l promoted the Federation and thisI Is reason for asking the f nationalI convention to come and be welcome CHURCH MOURNS Thursdays press dispatches brought announcement of the sudden and unexpected death at Sydney N SW of the venerable Cardlna 11 Moran one of the patriarchs andI greatest men of tho Catholl hierarchy The dispatch was brief only stating that the Cardinal I found on tho floor of his bedroon In Manly palace In a state 01t collapse Death followed an attack of syncope His Eminence Patrick Francis Cardinal Moran Archbishop of the archdiocese of Sydney New Soutl1 Wales was born at Lelghllnbrldge iI diocese of Kll are Ireland on Sep 17 1830 He was creates tttemberI Cardinal on July 27 1885 Th death of Cardinal Moran creates the twentythird vacancy In the Sacred College RIGHT 3IOVE If the present General Council wishes to Increase the Impression they have made with the public they should adopt Councilman Michael1 McDermotts ordinance requiring the Louisville Nashville RailroadI Company to leave Dumesnll streett open which has been done during the construction of the viaduct Itt is a move in the right direction andI further Inquiry should be started as to who gave the L and N Permission- to close Tenth street to the public and which Is a public street being closed several years ago while their shopmen were on a strike and never opened Councilman McDermott l should be encouraged in his fightl agamsTthls corporation SANE CHAUFFEUg TED Some day the question Tvlll be put up to Col Lindsey Chief oft Police and the Board of Safety which Is the most valuable humanl jJUevor tho necessity of the police automobiles running fifty and sixty miles an hour to probably carry a drunken negro to Jail Taxpayers who by the way pay the police chauffeurs can not see why these enIdanger1 riots etc are very rare A word to the w ell sufficient Waldorf Astor was never anything but rldiciilous and his leaving this 1j country for England has not been regretted The upstart Tory ex presses relief that his first Parliamentary session has ended and I adds We will now have respite to get the battle lines ready This II no defeat for the House of Lords and the Unionists but only the beginning of a fight that probably will last for the next few years What must Ejigltfsh people thing about this interloper who opposes the King Government and people Nowhere was the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary more generally observed than In Louisville The services In all the churches were the same as SurJ1ayand the pastors were onII tlcilarly gratified over the large numbers present at the early masses r Men and women young and old theii great majority on their way to work stopped at some one of the churches honorlag the Mother of God and se curing for themselves a spiritual reward V L Ipaldlnr recently of Okla homa but originally from UnlonII town this State where he was editor c of the Telegram has accepted theii portion o4bualmesa D1aBaceraf tbejj Sogtherh Guarika published at It Wttk JUek Having knowledge and I ezpertgnpethat 1 fit him for thee place the OCU4I1 should now now In eirculafiott andd influence TThonik e II u i still young It is one of the sturdiest Catholic publications that come to us IThe competency of the Lotilsvlll IFJre department was fully teste last week Chief Lehan and his men handled the numerous fires with skill and ability but for which the lost great as It was would have beon appalling Our fire fighter I established the fact that Louisville department knows Its business and performs its duty The AsterForge marriage hasI attracted the attention of the Protestant clrurch and the entire country to the evils of the presen divorce laws Follow the Catholl thuslendI upon the Innocent through dlvorc and polygamous marriages 1We congratulate the Denve Catholic Register on having sue cessfully passed another milestone Though only seven years old itis IInI the front rank with its elders whoJ all wish for It continued growth ands I prosperity Officer Michael Sullivan saved th e city the expense of 11 trial andI II perhaps the ignominy of a lynching A few more officers like sumvanI would put some of the negr hoodlums on their good behavior I I The Kentucky Irish American ea tends greetings to the America I Federation of Catholic Socletle May its highest hopes be realized an i Louisville secure the convention II seeks The Democratic platform conven tlon certainly marJced the passing ott exGov Beckham If present at the afternoon session he would havE been hooted from the hall Little Katherine Baldwin prnyei I for her father and asked God to protect him The brave officer dies I at his post a martyr to duty ABLE LAWYER Aspires to the Democratic Nomination rorChan- cellorship lFrom present indications Attorney James Quarles will be the Democratic nominee for Judge of the Firstl Chancery division of the Jefferson Circuit Court Thus far no other candidate has entered the fIeld against him Mr Quarles announced his Candidacy for the Chancellor ship on January 1 and after he had been asked to make the race by a number of friends and indorsed by 90 per cent ot the Democratic law yers of the Louisville bar When a mans associates and coworkers recognize his fitness for a position It Is a big recommendation to those not familiar with his capa bilities Such a man is James Quarles He belongs to an old and respected family of Louisville and has Inherited legal talent as well as the courtliness of a Kentucky gentle man He is a graduate of Washing ton and Lee University and his reputation as an attorney is national He Is a nephew of the late Judge Emmet Field and has had the ad vantage ot a close and Intimate friendship with him Mr Quarles barIChancellors bench TOTAL ABSTAINERS ELECT The National Catholic Total Ab stinence Union convention at Scrap ton elected the following officers Spiritual Director the Right Rev J Regis Canevln Plttsburg Presi dent the Very Rev P J OCallag ban C B P Chicago First Vice President the Rev John G Beane Plttsburg Second Vice President J Washington Logue Philadelphia Third Vice President Miss Katherine Kelly Kansas City Secretary John Bhaughnessy Scranton Treasurer the Rev J V Hoylan Nantlcoke Resolutions pore adopted urging the formation of cadet societies and call- Ing on women to avoid frequenting public drinking places ATTAB SOCIETY EUCHRE In order to secure funds tapro- vide Handsome nevi stained glass windows for the Cathedral of the Assumption the various societies ot the parish have been cooperating Inn endeavor to raise the necessary mount September at the Cath lie Womans Club the Attar Society will give a euchre and upper for he benefit of its window fund In ddltion to the supper and card party here wlllibe many attractive aturee a number of handsome and wafalartielM belHff offered lor sale TM games will twgla in the after on and will OOII hue during thelJ I iI Q SOCIETY li I Mrs James Riley of 0 street I1Is- visiting her sister In Virginia Mrs Hugh Ellis of Parkland ha I been visiting her mother in Eliza bethtown Mrs Louis Vissman is vlsltln relatives and friends in New Albany this week Ij MIss Catherine Glltnano is at Grayson Springs foes stay of eelI eral weeks I IrlIss Edna Mae Welch of Clarks vllle Tenn Is tho guest of Mis Maemo Keaney IIlIrs John McDonald and daugh Miss Annie McDonald are at Dawson Springs 1 f11Ilss Lillian Kearns left Thurs fay Ito spend several weeks at Atlantic City and New York Alias Irene Spalding has returne to Lebanon after an enjoyable viol l to Miss Aline Mattingly William Silk and Frank Klein lett Tuesday for a two weeks trip to Niagara Falls and Canada IMr and Mrs H Bohmer and Mis Katie Silk have gone to French Licit Springs for a stay of a month Mlts Jeannette Dannenhold Is via Itlng In Memphis Tenn where she Is being extensively entertained Misses Maggie and Mary 0 Nell otr Brecklnridce street are home from a trip to Chicago and the lakes Miss Nell Keaney left Monday for Memphis to spend several weeks with her sister Mrs George M Wilson Miss Marie Heverln and bits 9 delightfulIweek Misses Agnes Carney and May Stelghlelter leave this morning for French Lick Springs to be gone ten days Misses Elizabeth and Ruth Lana han are snendlnc two weeks at Niagara Falls and making trips Into Canada Mrs James Dougherty 413 East Main street New Albany has as her guest Miss Llllfe Butler of Crysta1 City Mo tDrB J Lammers and wife are visiting Niagara Falls and will mak an extended tour of the East befor returning Mrs Thomas Broderick and coil dren have returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Virginia Greer at Taylorsvllle Miss May Alice Mooney who has been the charming guest of Miss Lee McCluskey has returned to her boo e in Cincinnati Capt MJ Hogan of the Fourtl 1 Police district will be home tonIght after a ten days stay at Frencl Lick Springs Mrs John F Conroy 2021 Payne street has had as her guest this week her niece Miss Fanny Curran of BardstownMiss Mapotfier has gone lo Wequetonsing where she will be the guest of Miss Virginia Coleman fo several weeks Mrs Blanche Shelly and Miss Louise Shelly will return next Thursday from a two weeks sojourn at Atlantic City Misses Maymo Shea Willie Long and Margaret and Mayme Boyle have returned from a visit to Atlantic City and the East Mrs Carrie Riley of Birmingham Is the guest of her sister Mrs Min nie Savage East Fifth and MainI streets New Albany Mr and Mrs William McDevitt will leave tomorrow evening on a trip to Atlantic City New York andI other Eastern pol Mrs Charles tsIof the Highlands left Saturday for Acton Park Indr to remain until the middle of September Misses Mary and Katie Whelan of South Eighteenth street have re turned from White Mills where they spent a two weeks vacation C C MUrphy and his daughters I Misses Edna Genevieve and Cornelia Clay Murphy are spending several weeko at Blue Rock Springs F A ONeill and wIfe of Now Albany have been spending the week on a pleasure trip to Benton Harbor and St Joseph Mich Misa Lillian Gloason who was the uest of Misses Rose and Nell Con nelly lit South Louisville has returned to her home at Vevay Ind D J Gleeson will return today from White Mills where he has been pending his two weeks vacation with a party of Jolly young people Miss Ellen Lyons of South Louis vl11e is expected home next week rom a visit to relatives and friends n Cincinnati Newport and Covlng ton Miss Mary Decoursey and Robert ecoureey of Highland Park spent tbe past week In Lebanon visiting their uncle Taylor Madden and ither relative Mr and YrJ T Murphy and arally of the Highlands have been pending the meek In New Orleans From there they will take the ocean trip to New York I MM I Margaret Mnrpky nbderretta Brennan ikIvr b a sped- ttbiweek IJ at Woodla ni i r lIJC IAIdi of a house party entertained by Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson Mr and Mrs Monohan Mcll henny and daughter Miss Anna are here from Chicago to visit Mr Me Ilhennys parents Mr and Mrs John Mcllhenny 610 South Floyd street I air and Mrs Al Kolb motored to Lexington last week and spent several days at the Bluegrass Fair They had as their guest on the trip Bliss Katherine Tafel of Dayton Ohio Mr and Mrs Thomas M Barr and son who have been away on an Eastern trip are expected to arrive homo Monday While away they visited New York Philadelphia and Atlantic City Among the happy surprises of tbe week was the visit of Master Thoma Clines to his grandmother Mrs Mary dines West Breckinrldg street last Tuesday in celebration o her birthday Misses Mayme Kelly Margie ColI and Edith McDermott are being en I I SpringIby Mrs Lederbetter in honor af Miss McDermottI I Dennis F Constantine apd sister Miss Lillian Constantine are visit- IngI their aunt Mrs James P Don nelly In Nashville They will be accompanied home by their cousin Mrs Kathryn Donnelly I IFrank J Higgins with the Commercial Bank and Trust Company left Tuesday to spend two weeks In Mobile Ala visiting his brother Walter Higgins who has been located there for two years 1IIriI and Mrs J F Dannenholi and daugbter Clara and sons Josepl and William and their guests Misses Alma and Anna A Kister ot Bowling Green motored last week to Lexington to attend the fair They are stopping at the Phoenix Hotel I IMrs John G Hesslon and daugh ter Miss Margaret Hesslon of the West End are now visiting Mrs Patrick Lyons in Richmond Va They will spend next week at Old Point Comfort With them are Miss Verona Nolan and mother of Bank street I Itllr and Mrs D J Dougherty am children returned Monday after spepdlng a delightful week at St Marys of the Knobs seven miles north of New Albany where they were members of a house party at the home of Miss Blanche Campion They were accompanied by Mlsi Emma Fisher well known In musical circles LINEN SHOWERI A linen shower was given by friends of Miss Wary Rose Kerr last Monday In honor of her approaching marriage to George Blandford 01 September 12 Those present wets Misses Mary Rose and Mae Kerr Tfelllo Dunn t Katherine Burke Agnes and Anna Heffernan Ida Relgel Mayme Owens Mary Kearns Mayme and Katie Burke Mary and Martha Hanrahan Mary Lee and Dorothy Sparks Mary Miller Aline Blandford Madeline OLoughlin Mrs Kate Garvey Mr and Mrs W J Burke Mr and Mrs Charles Miller Mr and airs Lee Sparks Mrs H Kerr Mrs M J OLoughlln Mrs Patrick Burke and Messrs Charles and George Blandford George Able Ed Harris William Miller L and Joseph Blandford William Kerr B OLoughlin and i William Joseph and John Burke MOURN HER DEATH The many friends and relatives of Mrs Johanna Timmons were deeply grieved when they learned of her sudden jleath from apoplexy last Saturday morning at her home 1718 West Madison street Mrs Tlnjmons was seventy years old but I for nearly halt a century had lived here held In high esteem by all who knew her Survives her are two daughters Misses Katherine and Rachel and one son Robert Tlm mons The funeral was held Monday morning from St Charles Borromeo church which was thronged Rev Father Raffo was the celebrant of the requiem mass and in a feeling sermon paid high tribute to the exemplary life and example of the deceased GOOD IiADYS GIFT Miss Mamie MoLaughlln a pretty I and popular telephone operator jj the Seelbach received a most unexpected surprise last week when she was presented with the handsome gift of f 300 by an estimable and wealthy lady residing at that hotel with which to take a trip to Color ado Mss McLaughlin has not been In good health for some time but she Is recuperating On account of her charming personality she has made many friends at the hotel who hope the trip will restore her health KNIGHTS ANNUAL OUTING I The annual outing of Louisville Council K of C for its members and their families will take place next Thursday at Fern Grove The steamer Columbia will make two trips leaving First street at 9 oclock In the morning and 2 in the afternoon All arrangements have been made for games and other Amusements so that the members and their families will have a day of rare enjoyment IIJ J TOLEDOS FIRST BISHOP I Right Rev Joseph Schrembs who I has been made tho first Bishop of the new diocese of Toledo Ohio for I nerly resided in Louisville and I aught boOlat St Martins I Parochial school He is a brother of iI Mii Joseph Sayer and Jacob i kihrembe both of this city It S- III1ntarew months ago slnca Mon InsecratedcAuxiliary haAe to oily fprtyilTe years c 01 r DEMOCRATS Hold + Largo and Enthusiastic Con vcn tlon and Adopt Platform While Excitement At Times Ran High There was no 111 Feeling i The County Unit Plank tlio Only One That Caused Pric UOH OPENING OF THE CAHPA1G The Democrats of Kentucky met In State convention in this city Tuesday and adopted tile plAlform on which they will make their campalg this fall The attendance exceeds all expectations every county In the State being fully represents Promptly at 1230 oclock the open- Ing session was called to order I1 In Masonic Theater by Henry Prewlf Chairman of the State Executive Committee Hon John S Rhea was the unanimous choice for Temporal Chairman and after his address and the appointment of committees an adjournment was taken until 3 oclockUpon reassembling the eleven districts announced their selections for the various committees and the temporary organization was made permanent Objection was made to the action of the Credentials Committee seating the delegation headed by ex Gov Beckham This for a time caused intense excitement and some rapidfire exchanges of compliment but the convention finally seated both delegations thus reducing tbe vote of the Beckhamites to oneha each The other committees not be- Ing ready to report calls were made for the various nominees who responded with telling speeches and predictions that the Democrat ticket would be elected by 3000 majority After all had ibeen hear an adjournment was taken When the convention was called Itto order at 8 oclock every available foot of space was occupied the floo boxes and galleries all being thronged Gov Beckham read the majority report of the Resolutions Committee which favored extenslo ot the county unit the only plan that gave rise to any feeling during the convention When Henry Wattei son rose to present the minority sub stltute calling for local option and a rigid enforcement of the laws he was given en ovation and cheer that brought the vast assemblage to Its feet In a short but forceful speech Mr Watterson gave the reasons why the substitute was offered Go Beckham spoke for the majorltj after which the Vote was taken The result was In doubt until the last counties were called when the vot showed 667 against 514 and thus the convention declared for the extension of the county unit The platform touches upon na tional questions and Indorses the rec ord of Kentuckys Democratic mem bers ot Congress Upon State issue the platform declares Kentucky is a Democratic State and denounces the Republican administration for Its extravagances The other plank favor a direct primary election law an explicit and effective corrup practice act making the school sys torn more efficient and practical re moving the Prison Commissioners from politics a uniform system ot public accounting road f and bridge building religious and civil liberty nomination and election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people and the enactment of laws that will protect from acclden laborers engaged in hazardous em ployments Other subjects are giver attention and upon the whole the platform is one that merits the support of every voter who has Ken tuckys interest at heart Now that the State Democratic ticket and platform are settled much Interest Is being manifested in the nominations to go under the Me CrearyMcDermott ticket on the ballot With the exception of one or maybe two places in the General Council roster they will be Indorsed ind nominated as a whole one change being In the Twelfth ward Ben Sand expecting to be State La bor Inspector in the event of the success of the State ticket and Thomas Dolan the well known stationary engineer will be given the place The other probable change vlll be In the Tenth ward The probable lineup for the Judgeship ot the First division Chancery ranch wllj bo James Quarles Judge A E Richards and Judge BlngbamI L legislative races Charles Knight is vlthout opposition in the First Yard In the Second ward there are three candidates Adam Spahn who has the support of some of the administration Henry Walllngford who it Is rumored is being support Qd by Judge Gocke and Squire acher and their large following Tbe third candidate Is Peter Goebel who Is depending upon his strength Int the southern part of the district Lee R Curtis In the Fourth and rUth wards Peter Lee Atherton In lie Sixth and Seventh William A Perry la the Eighth and Ninth and illiam MoNally in the Tenth will have no opposition for the nomination while Sam Robertson In the lleventh and Twelfth will have a UtUe opposition but not enough to make Big Sam hustle iUUhoPlnl1agalnsth9pe I 1 i Frank MeGratk and bin fellow saotitteamen are the tronteet sad moit hBrmonlouB body of iU kited j- tI u FONTAINE FERRY PARK I CATHOLIC D j11ri1 i 1 Wednesday A g23t9l1 AUSPICES CENTRAL COMMITTEE Added Attractions For This One Day Five Dollars inJGold will be given the person who dis covers the Monied Kniqht He will arrive at tie Park early and appear at all points therein until discovered All you have to do is to touch him gently on the should c1 declare him your Monied Knight and receive the gold There will be amusements for young and old and a musical programme for all nationalities ADMISSION TEN CENTS Trip to Mammoth Cave 550 ROUND TRIP Including R R Fare Dinner and Cave Fee SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1911 Auspices Trinity Council Y M I Train leaves 10th St Depot 845 a m Returns 10 p m Refreshments on train GREflGERS BUSINESS S6HOOL SECOND AND 13RKOKINBIDOB SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OP THE READERS i OP THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN This school is fortunate iin having 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 PrincipalI source your Pictures story better than words FAIL take your whether days will Loulsvlllt 1 The Last l =That you spent something you would SAVINGS ACCOUNT this to interest COMPOUNDED twice a There MAY COME a time when LAST c be spent something you DO The SAVING now of you are might keep that from ever coming JIJIKy Title Bank 00and Trust Co and Court Place UOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m 1J1IiM BANNOH P BANNOH JR h J1 YEENEMAN Prei Mgr VleePrtt Kentucky Vitrified CoiINCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS VITRIFIED BRICK I t For Streets and Roadways Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Bet and 10th TELEPHONE 973 TELEPHONE 1252 I THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director Embalmer TELEPHONE 315 All aleblCarrYlrH1225 W MARKET STt- he n local Democrats have ever had The great victories of Mayor Head and the ticket over the Grinitead ad ministration In 1909 and Miller and Sherley ovsrailHEhtm and McGee all under this eontelttMii reign Is any thing but Pleasing to Ue Peat U o Vacation Pictures Are a of constant pleasure to you and friends tell the DONT to I a Camera with you on trip it be a outing or a trip abroad We gladly give further particulars 1l 321 j Yet Jefferson for did not NEED with bank bear year your DOLLAR must for NEED the dollars wasting hard time Savings uFifth J ef and Trees Secretary Brick PAVING AYe 9ln and MONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortljynt we have ever carried liich wean offer at a bargain Please give us a c- allMULDOON Monument Company 813 W Oreen St Louisville HENRY HUNG BBAZVR IN SflpllandI Fancy Groc FIRITCUS5 SAMPLE ROO IN CONNECtION Old WbLkiee a Specialty- feeiePMie1381 524 W w l j 1 o IT TT T T 7T T i puI t r g iY TTITOILY XRJ8HAMERJCAN BE SURE TO CALL FOR r McKENNAWHISKY WHISKYPURE IT IS H McKenna Distiller Fairfield KyI A r 3 I D J DOUGHERTY S J McBLMOTT e DOUGHERTY MeELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOfl ALL OCCASIONS IIAll Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET f f ftt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J Je BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS sas l ast Maim Street e liran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer t Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 FOR Furnitureat Prices go to WM Fo MAYERf 419 W MARKET ST i Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Wuhlng and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1O77 All the late and new Styles and Shapes pricesCall ROBERT G MBRIDE With J W Bcllsfetn It Co FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Cilumbia Building Fourth and Main BEDDING PLANTS a Geraniums Ro es- tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES t JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223v HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS1 mm WINES AND LIQUOKS nlitilets amd WbohMU Deal WM IaP1lM6tBrudtofX nn o aekr WhMciM Mpeeklly P0ar of Nelon J I BOTTLBD IM BOND 1M fc M IMf W IIX7M StMIT I PITTSBURG COAL 375 PER TON TELEPHONELaoolng COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA ii 1C13 i FOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery will be prompt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish Ice for all occasions and in any quan tlty Bqth Phones 297 AMERICAN iiIce and INCOWORATBD Pearl Storage and Floyd Coii PETER Mr ANDRIOT SONS I WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Riftkiflg sad Briber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET J LBrownifedGo 553 THIRD ST EneiiiiirI and Contractor STEAM and HUT WATER HEATING W1thtrutSeingMeHome Tht dainty feku laijr odaeeh this Summer hM become eore than popular u Q WASHINGTON Dr Scharf Must Answe the Charges of Ben Johnson A Washington prEss dispatch says Representative Ben Johnson won ia victory in the decision of the loci chapter of the Knights of Columbui to Investigate his charges against Dr Emil L Scharf a local lobbyist IIIn a speech on the floor of the House toward the end of the last Congress Mr Johnson declared the Scharf had approached him with a proposition to deliver the Catholic votes in the Fourth Kentucky distrIct to Mr Johnson for a considers tion Mr Johnson stated that other members with a large Catholic vote In their districts had been similarly approached by Scharf whom some weeks previous lMr Johnson had ordered out of his office saying You know I dont think you are straight When Scharf who iIs head of a Catholic news agency backed out of his office on that oc Gaston he nhowed very little fight but after the charges were made he challenged Mr Johnson to provo them The local Knights took up the affair and after an Investigation decided that they must be looked Into The result will bo made public by the Knights in October they promise JEFFERSONVILM3 Announcement has been made ot the engagement of Miss Alice OCon nell the popular and pretty young daughterfof Mrs Minnie OConnell 944 East Court avenue to PatrlcV McCann ot 824 Spring street Jet fersonvllle The marriage will be solemnized In the near future lat St Augustines church- A wedding that will be of interest to many people will be that of Charles Willis and Miss Catherine Coyle Their marriage will take place on August 30 and will be sol emnized at St Augustines church Both are well known and popular young people of Jeffewonvllle LAWN FETE On the afternoons and evenings of Tuesday and Wednesday August 29 and 30 a lawn fete for the benefit of St Elizabeths church will be held on the church grounds 1020 East Burnett Tuesday afternoon will be for the children and Tuesday evening there will be euchre for which many handsome prizes have been donated Wednesday will be everybodys day Refreshments and supper will be served both dates RECOVERED Miss Margaret Flynn ot 1820 East Spring street New Albany who was overcome by the heat last Friday pas fully recovered and returned to her place with the Louisville Gas Company Miss Flynn was strickeni- n the eevnlng and for a while was uncbnsclous She was attended by ai physician and later removed to her home SPIRITUAL RETREATS Rev Father Benedict C P of he Sacred Heart Retreat closed a ten days spiritual retreat on Tuesday for the Sisters of Mercy at the onvent on fast Broadway Rev Father Wilfrid of the same order onducted a ten days retreat for the Sisters of Charity at Mt St Josephs lolhl near Cincinnati on August 16 GENEROUS TO CHARITIES Marlon E Taylor of Louisville has presented 2000 to charities at Natchez Miss The Natchez Protestant Orphan Asylum Is given 1000 and Devereaux Hall and St Garys Asylum Catholic Institutions get 500 each SOME CHURCH wonic Right Rev Bishop McDonnell of the Brooklyn diocese will dedicate hree handsome churches before Christmas The Bishop Is now In reland and will visit Germany and other countries then going to Fame or the purpose of having an audl mce with the Pope Tho new churches are St Agnes Right Rev ames S Duffy rector the Church of the Presentation the Rev James Lynn rector and St Flnbars the Rev William Gardiner rector The hree edifices will cost In the aggre glte more than 1000000 cmmfcn PICNIC Next Monday the people of Holy TrInity parish will hold an oldfash= oned allay picnic on the church rounds at Kentucky and Dupuy treats the proceeds to be for the benefit of their church All who at end are assured a pleasant day REAL VJNCENJTIAN AVORK Sixtyfive poor children of Chicago and ttielr mothers are being given vacations at a camp established by the St Vincent de Paul loclety on the lake shore between sabella and Walnut streets Evanston They are living In tents lent to the society by the United States army One woman has ten children so many that they have to occupy wo tentsThe camp has been quipped with gas and electric light Vomen of the Catholic churches Jn Svanston and Wllmette assist In ooking and serving meals It Is planned to keep the camp open until old weather COLUMBUS MONUMENT- Though of Tong delayed the Colum bus memorial monument will soon be rectel at Washington D C The memorial consists of a semicircular fountain sixty four by sixtytwo eetk at the back of which Is aool imn forty fieet high This Shaft is- urmouetedby a globe At its foot tandi Jlumbuljwrapped In a eloacj in an attitude of meditation tod with his foot on the prow pt a rmrel On either aide of the 001 inin areJrmboUc ltJsuNtofibeD- ew and the old worldan Indian aDd 4 Caucaslttf The rear bf the o 0 r haft has a medallion sof Ferdlnan and Isabella Its cost will be over 100000 KNIGHTS OF WHIMS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where- Massachusetts now has 137 coun ells and 22388 members Forty candidates will be given the second degree tomorrow at Colorad I SpringsIllinois has 123 councils and t Pennsylvania 110 Ohio comes next with sixtyeight I President Taft will be In Boston on October 12 and will review the Columbus day parade The councils at Erie and Mcadvllli will have charge of the next nations convention which will he held at ISpringsI councils and than any other State In the Union 217 council and 42620 members- A I float beautifully and arts tlcally decorated representing Columbus stepping from the Santa Marla onto American soil was Color ado Springs Councils contrIbution to the anniversary carnival parade This float was among the best and elicited much applause from the crowds along the line of march I FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours devotion will be gin tomorrow morning with beautiful solemnity at the Church of St Francis of Assist on the Bardstown road concluding on Tuesday Father Rotheut will conduct the services and will be assisted by a number of the local clergy FATHER VAUOHANS VIEWS Father Bernard Vaughan was re Gently asked his views on home rule and with truly Irish Ingeniousness he said he would not commit himself either as priest or laymen buthesaid deliberately that if England wished to clasp the hand of friend ship with Canada Australia and other of her dependencies aye and with the mighty United States she would first have to make it clear that there was peace and contentment In Ireland Which of course very plainly expressed Father Vaughans views on the matter- FAMILY OF RELIGIOUS Rev John Po Prendergast as sistant pastor of the Sacred Heart church In Kansas City and Rev Thomas F Prendergast pastor of the Sacred Heart church at Warrens burg Mo are twin brothers Seven of the nine children In the Prender gast family are priests and nuns making one of the most remarkable Instances of religious devotion known in church experience LATEST IN STYLES High feather decoration Is a fall illllnery keynote Never were so many sheer plain striped silk waists iLong top coats are carried in nearly all vacation trunks With the promise of wider skirts tomes the return of ruffles White pumps were probably never before in so great demand More and more Insistent becomes the prophecy of wider skirts White linen Is apparently the seasons favorite material for tub tresses Ecru moussellne do sole has super eded white for separate collars and cuffs Hosiery In every case matches the shade of the gown with which It Is vorn In both plain and fancy IVelvet employed in many of the suits consisting of oat and skirt with waist to match Many twopiece suits are made of velvet MEMORIAL Entered into eternal rest on Tuesday August 8 1911 Margaret aged twenty tx the beloved daughter of iMrs John Halblelb Persevall She died very sudden and un- expectedlY tot she became 111 only Sunday evening An operation was decided on and she was hastened to St Josephs Infirmary where she passed away on Tuesday She was of such a jolly disposition that her hort sweet life made a heaven on arth for all those around her She was a Catholic girl of the highest ype and a noble example for us all She was housekeeper for the Fathers ot St Anthonys for a number of years and was beloyed and respected by the Franclsctfn fathers Her uneral mass was hold at St Vnthonys church on Thursday morn- Ing and was most solemn and Im ressive Requiem high mass was telebrated on the main altar by Rev rather Serephlm assisted by four other priests Just as the first gospel was being read two other fathers began requiem masses os the side attars The music and singing were certainly of the highest order While we her friends shed bitter tears of egret that we shall see her no more here below we rejoice that our dear Jargaret was so well prepared and that she has been released from her earthly sufferings We hope that her soul Is now with our Blessed jord whom she loved BO much The burial was In St Michaels cemeteryB STAND FOR RIGHT Keep out of the rut take an In ereet In all the events and move aenite of the day Give no heed to rifles but tamd out for weenttale nd do not hesitate to fight when he thing 1le worn It and In this My remain the eapfefa of your ltzltllDODOtl aiway ta judging KOuroH by s judgment of others tIM to low of VAltMbM time Mays your own ideal high and Ileave others illOliejenrln year relations WWi hem beta aood4Mural and euW- Tttttnfca ptauwnt WMUHW JUBILEE Southern Indiana Churclh Celebrates Fiftieth Year Last Sunday was made memorable for the people of St Johns church Albanybeingganlzatlon of the congregation The church was tastefully decorated and the altars were ablaze with lights while the church was thronged with devout worshipers all the surround- Ing towns being well repreesnted The Right Rev Joseph Chartrand Bishop of Indianapolis and man visiting clergymen graced the dcca Kapppfeaturel flrmatlon of a class of nearly a hun BIshopChartrandcelebrant of the Jubilee mass aur oNewand forceful jubilee sermon o ENCOURAGE HULSWITT playLouisvillening this afternoon and the Colonels will have to put up a fast article ofr ball to defeat Jimmy Barretts ag gregatlon who in spite of their crippled condition all season have been a factor in the pennant race much to the wonderment of the fans their lineup consisting of castoff players and one or two youngsters Not a critic In the Association cities has picked them to finish better than seventh which they are sure of doing if some of their cripples recover be fore September 1 The recent show Ing of the locals has been a big din appointment to the fans the team playing loosely and the gingery coaching and hustling of Hulswltt has been the only redeeming feature It appears to rooters here that Manager Grayson should appoint him field captain as he is hustling all the time and certainly deserves en couragement Robinson at short has slumped badly and it would not be a bad Idea to give him a rest placing Stansbury at short and Baker at third until Lennox returns Minneapolis will be here next Tues day for four games playing a double header on Thursday- STATE FAIR At the coming Kentucky State Fair the night horse show in the live stock pavilion will be free to those on the grounds and the pro gramme of concerts has been ao arranged that there will be music In all parts of the grounds almost con stantly The different free acts dur ing the day will be pleasing Among them will be the famous Loop the Loop and Jump the Gap act by Oscar Babcock one of the most dar ing ever witnessed The nightly performance of Perrys Victory on Lake Erie a brilliant and beautiful reproduotlon by the PyroSpectacular Company will doubtless attract thousands Tho headon collision on Saturday afternoon In front of the grandstand will be a terrifying yet Interestholding spectacle VERY WELCOME VISITOR Very R vLeo Oreullch O M Ct rovlnclal of the Immaculate Conception Province of the Order of Minor Conventuals Is In Louisville to spend two or three weeks He Is conducting his annual tour of Inspection and will visit all the houses of his order before returning to the mother house at Syracuse While In Louisville ho Is stopping at St Anthonys rectory Twentythird and Market streets- APPOINTS PAUL1ST The Rev Peter OCallahan rector of the Paullst church in Chicago and resident of the Catholic Total Abstinence League of America has been appointed by President Taft as- a delegate to the International Congress on Alcoholism to be held at The Hague on September 11 RELIABLE ALMANAC St Anthonys Almanac for 1912 published by the Franciscan Fathers at St Bonaventures Monastery has just made Its appearance This edition Is well Illustrated and contains much Instructive and edifying read- Ing matter Copies cost twentyfive cents and may be secured by ad- dressIng St Bonaventures Monastery Allegany N Y OUR MARY Many Louisville people will be Interested to learn that iMadame Navarro the Mary Anderson of other lays is seriously thinking of glylng up her beautiful home n Worcester hire England She loves to live In the country away from the madding crowd but at Broadway she Is said to be getting tired of the throngs of tourists who insist upon calling on her when visiting Stratford on Avon whIch Is close to her home At roadway she has a delightful old world house out of the beaten track and visitors will watch for hours to atch a glimpse of Madame Navarro who comes along Itt simple attire with her husband and children and a favorite dog The poor of the neighborhood call her their beauti ul lady and she is the Lady Bounti ful of the district She has a hicken farm where she raises fowl or the invalid poor and its manage rent is a soufce of great Interest to her STILL THEY LEAVE According to the official returns the number of emigrants froth Ire and during the month ol June was 2996 being a decrease Of 600 as ompared with the number in June 1910 WHAT A FATJTJII What s fall that was what a fall claims the Provldnc Visitor WtUlamJrmDJtIBganJ mOl1lCOld o FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE BTy FALLS CITY BREWINUCO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street r Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERc 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE Q Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIIE WIEDEMANN1NCORP- ORATSDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavor QRUBER C DEUS R Managers Louisville Ky HOPKINSfTHEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENT Three shows daily Sunday coatis uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Children COLUMBIA Under the same management Pre sentlng only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic Pi FERRYTheParkleautUaI High Class Family Amusement Resort FREE CONCERTS Every Afternoon and Evening by Prof Kryl and His Bohemian Band XTRAOOOP VAUDEVILLE- Two Shows Dally3 p m 830 pm SPECIAL FREE FEATURES Admission to Park Afternoons free alter 6 p m lOc Children accompa nied by patents free at all times 6Ha fie Rooers e BOOK GO PRAYER lOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods heyarethefiD toftheir kind in the city ltisMacs tIc MtIeI- Mor di i P Br i nr nzaeweiarr- oxWt434 J ffWon SirNt i CB THOMPSON r FDORISTONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH VENUEBoth Telephone 1080 All orders receive prompt ttentloaIand satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of JeffersonvUle hosplUlforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very teas inable For further particulars apply t WOTHER MARY 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PRINCETON with Mud Guards and Guaranteed Tires 2150 7 50 Heavy Tread Tires per pair495r tlOHP9tlj Jut 220 diJ I t tAHMOMNOi4 N NNNN e N t NIi I IJAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON 1 Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Hone Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS JCT DOESNT PAYI Iro argue against QUALITY Oct the BEST In the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANDPACTURBO BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO Incorporated Pint and River Both phones S197 Also operating Hoosler Wall Plaster Plant LoiifovilU Kv Jeffer onTllle Ind Phone 6W DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and DeUvere6 1 Jrll rRMessfE 4 i 44it t t It I t t tit t t U rtt It iitt II lilts r wDfORAMP KDi- o AL a KOLJE30 845 West Gmri StrtUWBOM t I fl p- 1Qu HTruIHII fI r- n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doli the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ancient Order has 755 affm atcd divisions In Ireland Last year the membership in 1Ire- land Increased 7683 and in Scotland 3792 Division 1 has three members on the sick list Thomas Shannon Frank Kinney and John Holden Every member of the order should be seen at Rlfervlew Park on Monday night You should also bring your friends- Now is the time to arrange for the coming initiations Each divis- Ion should strive to have a large and representative class The Hibernians of Indlanapol had a great Irish day celebration on Wednesday In Germanic Park the attendance running Into thousands Liverpool members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have passed a resolution thanking His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons for his eulogy of the order Rory Ogo OMore founded the Ancient Order Just 346 years ago For the purpose of protecting the priest when celebrating hgly mass which under the beneficent laws of England was then a penal offense The meeting of Division 3 which takes place tomorrow afternoon 1In toad of Monday night will be I the last until August 28 when DIvision 4I will add to Its roll a number It new members Because of the Intense heat there was only a small attendance at 1 the meeting of Division 1 last Tuesday President Murphy held over several matters until the first September meeting only routine business being transacted Addressing the Hibernians of St Paul our National Chaplain Blshc Carroll of Helena Just returned from Rome concluded with this ap ireclated utterance And I am delegated by the Shepherd of the Faithful to deliver to the Hibernians of Ramsey and Hennepin counties and very member of the A 0 H IIn America the blessing of Pope Plus X In response to a request of the Ladles Auxiliary the County Board decided to join with the Ladles uxlllary In Indianapolis In furnish- Ing free of charge to all the girls tat 3t Josephs Industrial School the necessary books for the study of Irish history Mrs McNellis State Chairlady of te Irish History Committee of the auxiliary has already secured the supply of books The Hibernians of the Pacific toast will make a great display at the Panama Pacific Expbsltlon iIn 1915 It is hoped at the present time to make the Irish exhibit rank second to none among the displays of the nations of the world By that time Ireland will be holding a celebration of her home rule victory In Dublin which wll be an added Inspiration for the Irish of San Francisco to make Irelands star shine out In greater splendor at the 1915 exposition HIberntantsm Is clothed with thf drapery that has enveloped a nations history of twice a thousand years adorned with the purest sentiments and noblest characteristic of a mighty race From the beglnnln Its policy has ever remained ti- mefaith and fatherland So It- Is today the same spirit permeate our members Our policy still remains faith and fatherland and the cardinal principles which guide us are unity friendship and true Christian charity DEATHS VICTIM Rev Hugh McGuire pastor of St James church Chicago 111 looks I upon by many as the premier Call educator of the American priest 101lC died last Sunday at Hamburg Father McGuire had been 111 for some time and sailed froi I New York on August 3 for Carlsba In the hope of recovering his health The deceased was the head of the- St James High School where 140 pupils are taught by thlrtytw stern of Mercy and three lay pro fessorsrWINNERS Wednesday night at the meeting ft- he Ladles Auxiliary A O H Mis I NeUie iBroderick was declared winner of the diamond rfng and Miss Irgle Donahue was awarded theI gold emblem ring offered as prize at the outing held at Fontaine Ferry Park on August 7 The auxlllar I had a rousing meeting andre lived nine applications Miss Julia I Ke11y drew the attendance prize sta feature that Is attracting much at tentlon from the ladles- CONDITION CRITICAL Pfilllp Hubbucli Vice President of the Hubbuch Brothers fallen dortf Company dealers In wal paper and carpets at 522524 West Market street Is critically 111 at his hom 1312 Highland avenue HersI xtytwo years old and has not been In good health since about three years ago when he suffered a stroke ot apoplexy Tuesday he wasI stricken again and on Thursday therel was slight hope for his recovery IIOPKINS TilEATER tanager Irvin Simon who has- bee1 I furnishing atthe Hopkine1 jeaterI vaudeville of the highestt- flau ever MMI ln iLpuUvllle willI ofter nextk a bill said to be theI ir stest1ttat the history of the house Jayrract wUlhela tteadjtner nodI ha11 1Jt eelectirt with a dot ilflat tite n HopWilt Sitttt roe the I J a- I 0 I SOCIETY DIRECTORY AeOHDIVISION Ii Meets at Falls City Hall en Firs and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice PresidentAnthony TompII I kinsRecording Secretary Joseph E Farrell I Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Se geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meata First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meota First and Third Mondays Ilnoteehth and Portland I1 PresidentD J Coleman Vlco PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens I Financial SecretaryJ G Hes slonTreasurerD J Dougherty I SergeaptatArins James Stevens SentinelThomas NoonII DIVISION 4II Meets Second and Hertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly SergeantatArms William Cal I aglJanII DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall I County President r Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan rl TreasurerB SergeantatArms A CoIlII itySentinelThomas Marshal Michaell GleasonII 3tACKiN Y 3MC III Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph J Hancock A C Link I Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding Secretary H Ker bergTrcasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart I fTsER JtIW i A MlractlOM Medlelae I Mrs Kath HUdman writes from March 17 1910I wot had an attack of helpIlellscouldtrine matter made me nervous I would cry and iad a desire to be alone Have taken 6 bottles Pastor Koenlgs Nerve 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 I can I am happy and healthy writes Mrs B McCabe Quincy 111 385 Wash- Ington St Sept 1 1910 tithe suffered from Nervousness and Catarrh but few bottles Pastor Koenlr e Nerve Tonic cured her Mrs Dan beach writes from Coy vllle Kas Jan 27 1908 Pastor Xoenlga Nerve Tonic did my daughter more good than all the doctors FREE lEN WesleYiIowa A Valuable Book on Her andaSamplebotu tlsnU also set tha meld tree Prepared by then r FATHVB Konno of ratWayne Ind atnce 1074 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III JOt Lake Street Sold by Dracrfft at SI per Bottle 6 for f5 Larz Site lT6j 6 BottUi for 8 Catholic Order of Forestersr Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insuranc Order in the World Mimbirs in Good Standing 1 5000 Death benefits paid deco organized 1385208 JOIN NOW WM CALUIHAH State Orga lrer 2710 WJefft widest variety New songs and first run motion pictures will fm out the programme I FATIIKH USHER COMING Thd Rev John VUsher S J who was ordained by Archblsaop Glennon in St Louis last June is expected here next month to visit his cousin Miss Julia C King I PRIEST SETTLES STRIIOR Rev Father Muly1h11Jof Dea Moines Iowa WM one of those who did good work in causing a eeseatlom of boitlllUM In tbe street car strike in that city Saturday week He did a great deal in Influenelng the Men to be orderly and tie attended the ooaferenee at wick Ibe oompaBr ta uiaer finally eoaaeatod te abl t1Rtethe niAtter + uJ Uaa IRELANDt Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I The death of Mrs Julia Duffy at Newbllss is much regretted The death of Michael Brennan Is much regretted in Kilkenny News of the death of Patrick ORourke at Kells caused widespread sorrow The Peters pence collection Jar this year for the diocese of lltiath amounted to over 4000 Wexford Is mourning the death iot Mrs Frances Jahe Hadden andNe Ross that of John Tobin John McGirtth Nurney Housp Oagnalstown has been appointed i as- a Justice of the Peace for Ithe countyMichael M Quinn son of Michael Quinn Cookstown has been admitted a sollctor of the High Court of JusticeTwo boys Jeremiah Joy and Thomas OConnor Ktllorglln lost their lives while bathing in ithe LouveE W Youell has Installed a BlInamorelandIn most of ihe houses The iMountmelllck District council has decided to apply to the L G B for a loan of 5000 for the purpose of providing a suitable lighting scheme for the town A bog fire on Lord Ormond property purchased under the Ash bourne act at Kyle Park near Bor rlsokane caused damage to newly saved turf amolntlng to 1500 The potato blight has made iIts unwelcome appearance In the Cale don Klllylea and Tynan districts and has caused something in the nature of a panic amongst the farm ersAccidental drowning was the verdict of a Coroners Jury at Tassagl MidArmagh In the case of Peter Maddln whose body was found IIn i stream where the water was only deepIfriends will be pleased OwegWickham Mullli gar Vice President of the North Westmeath Executive United Irish League has been appointed to the Magistracy for the district The death of the Very Rev Canon lynn of Klllea Is regretted throughout the diocese of Waterford and Llsmore Canon Flynn was ordained in 1865 and in May 1881 10 was promoted to the united par- Ishes of Crook and Klllea Sincere and widespread regret has been evoked throughout the Ken dIocese by the death of Sister Mary Gertrude Harrington which o curred it the Mercy Convent Tralee Deceased was a daughter of the late R Harrington of Castletownben IT Not for halt a century has there been such c scarcity of water 1In- Newbllss district as at present Open veils and those supplying pumps have dried up and it is only we11s In lowlying districts that are giving inythln1 lIkenormal supply Widespread regret is felt I1In lalllnasloo at the rather suddo death of Dr William Rutherford The deceased was sixtyseven years ot age The remains were Interred In Creagh cemetery amid over nanlfestatlon of sympathy and re pect I The precious stones which wet removed and carried away from the door of the tabernacle In the neW iathollc church at Olaremorrls about three or four months ago have been turned by registered letter The outrage at the time created the greatest Indignation I Congratulations have been extend- edI by his parishioners and numerouT friends to the venerable Archdeacon tocbe of Olin on the occasion of the diamond jubilee of his priesthood He was ordained on July 20 851 and has been pastor of GHi for twenty years The Archdeacon Is In his eightyeighth year MAMMOTH CAVE EXCURSION Trinity Council Y M 1 will run- Ian excursion to Mammoth Cave o- inday September 3 the train leav g Union Station Tenthand Broadway at 845 a m and returning to I I oulsvllle at 10 p m The fare for the round trip will be 550 which eludes railroad fare dinner and cave fee This is one of the lowes rates ever given for an excursion to- the historic old cave and Trinity Council guarantees a pleasant and istructlve day TAKE RESTI IlmESTS Rev Father Ambrose Stemmler C p is in charge of the parish at imorset for two weeks during the- labsente of Father B J Boland who Is taking a needed rest Rev Father S A Holleran pastor of Holy Uardian Angels church at Irving tonMendo county is also taking e cation and one of the Passlonlsi priests is looking after the splrlt al- jweuareOf his flock ORPHEUM x and Inviting and with pllures that please young and pi the Casino and Orpheum picture the- atersare the popular resting spots these warm afternoons and evenings uplottoric and comedy pictures that will saUnfy the most exacting to which- wJ111 be added the latest illustrated iIong I SPREADS THE GOSPEtr Maynooth furalshed eventyeght Prieeii tothe1ffirhl tkk year Old IUd to stilt At tfce work oftt- ire4Imc tlw coepel u 1 PRESENTATIONACADEMY I FOURTH AND BRECKINRIDGE STS An excellent school for girls young women and boys not over fourteen Specialattention given to music and art 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 Collegiate Course preparation for seminaries and universities New Gymasium with instructor For catalogue address REV MICHAEL JAGLOWICZ c R President St Mary Kentucky LORETTO ACADEMY Loretto Marion County Kentucky FOUNDED IN 1812 CHARTERED IN 1829 I Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot off the Cross Charming location Healthful environment Primary inter nqdiate and academic courses thoroughly taught Special attention to languages music arts and to the details of a refined education for girls For illustrated catalog address- DIRECTRESS OF ACADEMY Nerinx IPO Kentucky COLUMBIAN COLLEGE A CATHOLIC BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS Expense lower than average Write for catalog Railroad are from Louisville 2 70 Preparatory business high school and college courses Health developed by physical training and instruction Open air athletics inder director Morals safeguarded Idle intractable or vicious boys not retained Homelike arrangements in matters of table lothing illness and the like For Catalog or fuller information address wensboro Ky JOHN M COONEY A M Pres- tN4N4NN aN NHrH4NNNN tN4 For Your Furniturei Wants 1 1 WANT YOUR TRADE I My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEI I StreetI46MOON- e 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 JAMES QUARLES CANDIDATE FOR Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court CHANCERY BRANCHFIRST DIVISION Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party i ti t WM R STELTENKAMP CANDIDATE F- ORCONSTABLE iii- fth Magisterial District Composed of First Second and Third Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse Sheer T e Cracks Split Hoofs Corns Contracted Feet and All Ailments of the Feet Properly Shod Rubber Pads Hand Made Shoes Driving Horse Shoes of All Kinds HORSES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED HOME PHONE 02811 525 13th SIi Bit Walnut and Madison GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET 8XXATHH CBIBBRATBD NNORTH STAR REcRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with pork Insulation Till QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features ef practical value that are oantldwed dectr ered desirable ila a Gas RaegkT- he QUICK MEAL kaa NO HQUAt It 1xn4 hfek la tkn eetlaMtteii of MM lHlw I t I IIS t 0 tTL1