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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii iiii TY o IT KNTVCY IRISH AMERKAN VOLUME XXVllNO iL LOUISVILLE SATURDAY iSEPTEMBER 161 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS IMPRESSIVE Ceremonies Attended Reopening o f Historic Old Catholic College Papal Delegate Two Bishop and Many Priests Were t Present Monsignor Falconlo Visits Other Catholic Educational Institutions HEARTY WELCOME TO KENTUCKY Historic old St Josephs College at Bardstown closed for the past twen ty two years was rededicated and its gain opened on Tuesday in fence of one of the most dU fed gatherings of Catholics egrass State has ever seen emonles accompanying the neon were most Imposing and irtlclpated in by the Most Rev e Falconlo Apostolic Delegate United States Bishop ODon of Louisville and Blshoy jf Covington and thirty prom priests who with several hun eople were taken from Louis jn a special train Mayo John sco met the visitors upon their lat Bardstown and turned over m the keys of the town Then Ignor Falconlo and the dls I uJ3hed guests were taken in targe by the Knights of Columbus nder whose auspices the celebration was held and with a big procession rode through the principal streets arched toy great streamers of Stars t and Stripes intermingled with the folds of the Papal colors of yellow t and white At 1030 oclock in the I morning solemn Pontifical high mass was celebrated by Monsignor Fal conio In St Josephs the first Cathe dral west of the Alleghenies and the j second In the United States He was I assisted by a score of priests and 1 Father OConndll rector of the former t Cathedral delivered the sermon I of the occasion A banquet in honor of tho gath I oared notables was held at noon I Grand offclers of the twenty State Councils of the Knights Of Columbus 1 attended the affair During the I afternoon the party was entertained t by John M Frost at his country t homo rlbhtfully can dTJfrOld lKentucky Home It was here Stephen Collins Foster penned the Immortal verses of the song at that time Bishop ODonaghuo once a student at St Josephs College spoko of the pride which he felt In the reopening of the Institution The silence has been broken he said St Josephs College has been started again I am glad to see the old place where many years ago I will not say how many I was a student lighted up after hav ing been dark for so long He dwelt upon the necessity of providing Christian education for the youth and of Its value In making for good cit izenship Blshoph ODonaghue expressed pleasure at the aXaverlanold and said that he felt 0thatwould return Bishop Maes in a few words spoke of the auspicious circumstances St surrounding the reopening of the IIt1 school it his 0futurevbeingIllauguredIll college days and declared that everyII of wall of the college buildings held Tor him a hallowed memory He de Glared that the arch evils with which the Catholic church has to combat are divorce socialism and anarchy saying that much depends upon the tJRaffoof the Catholic church will have much to do wlth the continued free dom of AmerlcaFTh-e Hon E J McDermott spoke of his early associations with Bards town and St Josephs College and said that he was overjoyed to see IpstrengthIp andsschools should be In the churches comeIpMr inItsbut will be famous also for Its educa tion and religion predictedthat i jphs College would be as it was before the war when many great portalMonsignor the wish that God would send his choicest blesaliigs upon tho college and its work calllngi attention to the appar out enthusiasm and spirit of cooperation evidenced by the people of Bardstown and the community In generalJU1geJames Lexingtonpoem written for the occasion I Tuesday night at 730 oclock Monsignor Falconlo officiated at tho- fienedicttonof the most blessed sacra J I Papalblessln3 oclock lie was kccorded a public t campusWednesday was I ta Dol1aaaut trip to Nasareth He I also Ytaft4 th Tr M Ut Mon rt rr1 X It l1f 0 U at tiethsemane Loretto Academy and St Marys College near Lebanon and St Catherines Convent and Academy MonslgnoFalconio r when he expressed himself surprised and delighted with his reception and what he saw In Kentucky Later h left for Washington having been In vited by Fairfax Harrison President of the Monon railroad to share his private car to the Capital POPES Who Have Guided Catho lic Church Since Pounded Pope Plus X Is counted the 2 6 3d prelate to occupy that highest ecclesi astical office While there have been 203 Popes there are only seventy eight different names in the listTwentythree bore the name of Joan neSt sixteen that of Gregory four teen Clemens fourteen Benedict thir Plustent Alexander and eight Urban There have been six Popes named Hadrian while each of the names Paul Sixtus Nicholas Martin and Coelcstine has been borne by five Popes There were Ifour Eugenes four Honores and four named Anastaslus Four others were named Sergius and four more Lellx The names that appear three times in the list are Julius Callxtus Lucius and Victor The names that appear only twice are Marcellus Galaslus Pashalls Demasua Sylvester Agape tile Marlnus Theodorus Constantino and Pelaglus Plus I became Pope in 142 More than thirteen centuries passed before there was another Pope of that name but only four and a half centules lie between Pius II and Plus X Although there have been ten Stephens there has been none since 1057 All tho twentythree Popes who were named Joannes ruled tho Church between 528 and 1410 an average of nearly three to a century Pope Clemens I appeared In 91 The last Pope of that mame Clemens XIV appeared In 1769 There were more than fourteen centuries between Leo I and Leo XIII I There were only four Popes In the first century The lowest number in anyone century since then was in the nineteenth six There were twentyfive in the tenth and twenty each in tho sevenh and ninth The eleventh century had nineteen and the thirteenth and sixteenth had seventeen each The Popes of the twelfth century numbered sixteen third fifteen eighth fourteen fifteenth thirteen sixth and teen each firth land fourteenth twelve each seventeenth eleven secbridand= fourth ten each while the eighteenth had eight Pope Plus IX was In power thirty the longest of all whileone years some of his predecessors held the reins only a few days PROGRESSING Plans roc Celebration of Cardinal Gibbons Jubilee j ot The programme for the celebtatlq Cardinal Gibbons twentyfifth of his elevation to the and of the fiftieth ot his to the prles hood to takIng shape and will Include October 15Speclal services at the Cathedral Archbishop Glennon otI louts celebrating the mass InI morning and Archbishop BlenkI Now Orleans conducting the KbTlGClerlcal dinner at St Seminary a mammoth par in which each of the fiftytwo j rteresented view the procession from the portico the Cathedral October 17Chlldrens day at the 1 Cathedral In which children from every parish in the city will Join In I II singing a hymn which has been written especiallY for the occasion The date for the presentation of silver service to the Cardinal hasI been fixed It will be some time during the week preceding or thOjI week succeeding October 15 Mayor i is Chairman of the committee I having that In charge The dinner at the historic seminary will bring together one of the most distinguished gatherings of Catholic over hold In this country the Papal Nuncio and all prelates who are expected to assemble In Washington during the week to attend the laying the cornerstone of the Gibbons morlal building at the Catholic Ten thousand men are expected to biondayThe hlghhatswill march in this division which Regimentband willbeparIshesuniformed bodies will be In line MOTHER JANET STUART recentlytlecfudof the Sacred Heart is a convert to Stuartwhowas the daughter of a Protestant ofGladstoneit is history that when IEnglandandICatholic Gladstone exerted all his Influence Ito prevent her Protestantto1hl tiN I e becameI I n POLITICAL ieDemocratic Campaign ihla Year Ben Johnson iTVllllamAddams and ExGov Iluckhor in- Line f Republican Lenders and OrgansI Kept Busy by Hon E J McDermott POST WANTS COHHITFEE FIRED The Republicans who expected see a split in the Democratic part after the recent primary and convention have been doomed to disap polntment and are very much sur prised at the way the leaders have gotten together Hon William Addams who contested the nomina tion with Gov McCreary states in an interview that the ticket will b elected by 15000 majority and tha he will work hard for its success from now until November ExGov sImon Bolivar Buckner who was one of the best Governors Kentucky ever had comes out strong for the ticket and commends every man on It to the voters Hon Ben Johnson whose active participation In the campaign will be welcomed by every Democrat In the State expresses him self as confident that the party will triumph at the polls In November and has already taken the stump for the ticketIt is gratifying to see these old leaders In the ranks and it proves that they realize that Democratic success dn November will add materially In the election of a Demo cratic President next year While the party has been through a very strenuous period Democrats everywhere have accepted the result and Instead of flying at each others throats are united In their determina tion to place Kentucky where it be longs In the list of Democratic StatesThe speeches and splendid im pression made on the voters by Hon Edward J McDermott candidate for Lieutenant Governor certainly served hefaone of the purest and best men in Kentucky and the classlest one in the bunch As proof of Mr McDer campaigningORear working night and day in trying to answer his arguments and have made him the central figure of the cam paign Mr McDermott has met every question raised by the Republicans Those who have known him for a life time are confident that ho would not betray a trust or stifle a conviction for the highest office In KentuckyThe has started quoting proverbs In defense of Judge ORear and the Republican ticket and the following was suggested to the Ken tucky Irish American by a tRepubli- can friend No man can serve two masters Matthew 6 24 Beckham and ORear The local Democratic committee will open the campaign for the State tendaysentireticket formtromGovWillson IstrYingcommitteetheDemocraticwJ11 remove them and reorganize the thattheI tot precinct committeemen and the ohosnbymatterchange successfulwhich toseeremovedC Y n NU theCatholic thedationOctober Mondaymorningbeen chosen as the convention head deliveredbY amongthe andinWestern and SOUthern States It is hoped that at this convention action will be taken that will bring the National Union and the Young Mens Institute into one organization This would give to the Catholic young men of the country an organization on the lino of the Young Mens Christian Association which discriminates against Catholics WINCHESTER Mrs lien Glancy wife of Luke GlanCY died Friday morning at her home on Cook avenue after a short illness of acute indigestion The fu neral was held at St Josephs church Saturday morning with services by Father Hillenmeyer and the remains were taken to Lexington for burial J Bile leavesl a husband one son ldaughterstasl1 L Kate and Frances Glancy and Mrs James Toohey of this city She was sixtyeight years of age and was a native of Roscommon county Ire land She came to America fifty years ago and had resided in thiseI Wlnchestenr DemocratST MICHAELS Celebration of Its Forty Fifth Anniversary Coming On Sunday the 24th Inst Rev Martin OConnor and his parishioners will celebrate the fortyfifth anni versary of St Michaels church Brook street near Market in an impressive and brilliant manner Since taking charge ot this church Father OConnor has workeda wonderful transformation The c lurch and its surroundings have ben beautified hasbonThe anniversary exorcises will be 30toatyeloquentPasslonietmass there will boa procession pf the children and sodalities In the church orStwill be solemn vesper and benedic visitingtsanctuary The music at all the services will boot the highest order choirMonday a I memIbersI FatherOConnor parIshallCatholicstakepartI NIGHT CLASSII Trinity Council Arranging For Educational Features A large werepresentTrinityCouncil orderlastlisthavingpast week A Granti was reported FredDrown I though both are doing nicely Trinity ofdancestime the work of replanlng and re1 polishing the floor wllllJbe completed Arrangementaare al8i well under way for euchre and lotto on the afternoon and night of October 5 Ed O Kelty Chairman of the Educational Committee reported that arrange ments have been practically mado for bookkeepingforall whp are interested in this matter be present at he club rooms Friday night It is the intention of the council to add additional classes later The members also voted to enter a bowl I I ing team In one of the city laeguesII ImNNESSYDRlSCOLLIiI Ii Miss Margaret A Hennessy and Jerome J Driscoll will be united in marriage at St Johns church on Tuesday morning October 3 with a nuptial mass and Rev Father Schuh mann perofrmlng the ceremony The bride is the icharmlng daughter of Mrs Winifred Hennessy of 1019 East Breckinrldge street and has always been a universal favorite in Catholic ii society her amiable disposition attracting i to her many friends and admirers BIr Driscoll is a graduate of St Xavlers College and now holds I enIdEnSOnnently identified with St Johns parish and Trinity Council V M I After the ceremony the happy young couple will take an extended Eastern touts including a visit to New York Wash ington Boston Jand Philadelphia and On their return will go to house k eplngjlrI RECENT DEATHS I The funeral of Joseph F Asha braner who died Monday took place Wednesday morning from St Louis Bertrands church He was twenty one years of age and the oldest son j I of George and Mary Ashabraner 624 Park avenue The deceased was pop ular among his friends who tender heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved f parents and relatives Michael Emmet Clark aged seventy years and one of Louisville most widely known citizens died last Sunday afternoon at his home 131 East Jacob street For many years he was a prominent figure In the steamboat business on the Western and Southern rivers and was respect ed for his Integrity and kindness to his fellowman The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Mary Magdajens church Rev Father Gausepohl officiating at the mass of requiem and preaching a feeling sermon on life and death Michael J Tierney well known and popular in railroad circles and residing at 1211 West Broadway was called to his eternal reward Sunday afternoon after a long Illness borne with Christian fortitude Mr Tierney moved to this city from howling Green some years ago He was a practical Catholic and fortllfed by I the sacraments erf tho church he was summonsJTho ailarIinr th remains to their last resting jf f l irUlhJttiafIJaM Q- n I BUSSED Bishop ODonaghuo Officiated At St Augustines Church Sunday Beautiful Edifice Erected for ttlie Colored Catholicsof Louisville A Monument to the Zeal and Energy of the Rev Father Felten ELOQUENT SERMONS PREACHED Last Sunday was a great day for the Catholics of Louisville and notably so for the Catholic colored people of this city as it marked the dedication and blessing of the Church of St Augustine at Thirteenth and Broadway Just erected under the di rection of the zealous and energetic pastor Rev Francis Felten to whom it will long stand as a monument St Augustines Is perhaps the handsomest church for colored people In the andJpertectlonto all who attended the ceremonies I With solemn ceremonies Right Rev Denis ODonaghue attended by I Fathers John OConnor and Charles Raffo as deacons of honor dedicated Ii and blessed th8 new church which was thronged to the doors many be ing unable to gain admission Fallowing the dedicatory ceremonies there was a solemn high mass cele brated by IRev Francis Felten with Fathers Bachman and Jerome as deacon and subdeacon Rev Father Assent officiating as master of cere monies After the gospel Bishop ODonaghuo preached an able but feeling sermon which had a marked effect upon his hearers The Bishop I dwelt upon the church and what It stands for and In closing expressed iI his Interest In St Augustines congre gation and its welfare The music of the mass was well rendered and compared I favorably with that of many of the larger churches iI I IIn Rho evening there was solemn Vespers and benediction of the most blessed sacrament and despite the rain the church was again taxed to Its utmost capacity There were myriads of electric lights and the Illumination BishopODonaghue with his presence attended by Fathers Melody and OConnor The clergy proceeded from the parochial residence and entered the church through the main aisle all being seated within the sanctuary Rev George Sohuhmann 4it St Johns was the celebrant of the vespers assisted by Rev Thomas White and Rev George Weiss as deacon and subdeacon Father Felten acting as master of ceremonies Preceding the PIRaffodweltIr sion The Catholic church he said I recognized no distinction in the administration of the sacraments which were alike for rich and poor and all nationalities the world over Here the sin laden soul will receive relief and grace and here only can andbloodjlhriat At this altar they wo hear the word of God not the Individual opinion of the priest but the teaching of God unchanged from the time of Cath101lc I sand doctrine given by Christ himself byChristFatherRattop Inboneformrecelying I between pauperAfter Bishopandwereentertainedmost hospitable manner beenopenedfrom present indications the attend ance will be larger than ever ctorelI I CARDINAL MORANS SUCCESSOR I CoadjutorArchblsnop Cardinal Moran was born In Water spenthiscated in St Peter College Wexford and completed his theological course at the Irish College In Rome In 1872 he Was ordained by the Most Rev Dr Furlong In Ennlscorthy Cathedral Shortly afterward he Joined the Houife of Missions at En I niscorthy a member of which he continued for nfeteen years In 1891 he was appoit ed Rector of the Irish College in Rome a position which he filled for tonlears In August 1910I ho was cons crated Bishop and appointed I Coat utor to his Eminence Cardinal Mc an with the right of succession PROTECTS MARRIAGE In order 16 put a stop do a sacrilegious ai rase ot the great sac jramoht of jna Imony by those wbo Jo stand Before a civil Judge to Ida legally marred only thereby de their lihuroh their Arch bishop attd their pastor prefaniagaI sacrament by Mocking ii1 uselessly I uv and scandalizing the whole parish the Most Rev Archbishop Blenk of New Orleans has decreed that all those guilty ot such a sacrilege shall public penance in the kneeling Ida the altar rail while the pastor out their expressions of sorrow and regret for the scandal and bad example they have given This regulation has been promulgated protect the sanctity and dignity the marriage ceremony MORE WORKERS Offer Assistance For the Catholic Womans Chub Bazar At A meeting of the Catholt Womans Club committees last Mon day evening much enthusiasm was manifested In the coming bazar which will open a Llederkranz Hall on October 18 and continue tour I days Chairman Charles F Taylor announced the completion of sever tollowsIII Booth Mrs John H Buschmeyer Chairman Mesdames Charles F Taylor George Miller Sam Stites William CawthonI E J OBrien Minnie Bosche J Jr Score Mary Franks William Kic t I M J MCClusky B F Pemberton Kato Newman S M Raffo Blanche CampbellIMisses Katie Smith Rose Conroy Mary Conroy B Reardon Nettle Weber Rose Gault Margaret Campi bell Mary Ross Honora Murphy f Amy Kohlhepp Lee McClusky MoertzlIargaretBean Board Booth Miss Blanche e Gordon Chairman Misses Annie and Elsie Burns Laura and Mattle Brewer Gertrude Lenton Llllle Gor don Catherine and Margaret Greene i Mario Llnneman and John BurkeI Refreshment Booth Mrs Henry Bchlmpeler Chairman Mesdames Mary Cross Thomas Keenan Charles Smith Joseph Pargny C A Cur tin Minnie Werst Frank Geher Al- B Smith Misses Elizabeth Moore Annie Curtin Catherine Rich Dor othy Margaret and Henrietta Bohne and Mae Hewitt- Diningroom Committee Miss Myra Burns Chairman Mesdames George Smith George Netherland 1 P Dant William Callaghan C M SmithIBrady Misses Blanche Tierney Laura DavIn Mesdames Lucy OConi nor Romeo Breslin Julia Ball Misses Rose Quinn Marie Merlmee i Anna Filburn R Lanahan R Kast B Dowling Mesdames George Glassi John Ryan TP Tarpey Dan Cole man Charles Breckel David Welsh i John C Graves and Frank Dugan the baza r lDeetinfotworkers ay evening at the Catholic Womans Club an all who are interested In chant work and the class of charity tha the club is engaged In are invited to be present at this meeting DUBLIN i What An American Sa During Horse ShOw Week At night during Horse Show week the streets of Dublin were full o prosperous looking men and finely dressed women the Jarveys who areI apparently lineal descendants of AI 1l Baba and his forty associates wit I Jaunting cars full ot visitors from alll parts of the world were as happy asI clams at high tide and the whirr o t tho engine of the private automobile there are no taxicabs here wasI heard everywhere- I J I At Phoenix Park on the opening day of the races there was also a great display of dress and a notablei turn out of leaders of AngloIrish society and everybody seemed to be having a glorious time It was therei that I met Richard Croker the old time Tammany leader who Is really IrelandIf happy upectators they were alll1l laughing losers as well as winners I could not help contrasting this an Imated Joyous scene with the closed gates and the empty lawns at Sara toga Belmont Park and Sheepsheadl thousandsotAmerIcansta days outing asd the rare thrilling ofkingsI Mr Croker who Is now in hisI seventieth year looked stronger andl thleaderI and unmade Judges and legislators His eye was bright his step was firm Iloveplo Look at them and tell me how Butam I 1 remain ono LEAVES FUR SCHOOL Tuesday afternoon Misses Helen and Mary Malone Frances and Catherine Tucker and Katie May l theywUl1 conducted by the French Sisters CHARITY EUCHRE arrangIngn oRhotemoori church hall on St Cecilia street between TJwentyflfth and Twenty sixth There will be many handsome j admissionfoecan not play there will be other- IaMusementswidth I assures pleasant whotiattendI t 1 I VMtIe p Mackln Council Celebrates Its Elfjlitconnth Anniversary ofFittingly Made Splendid Showing at the Special Church Services Sunday J Spectacle That Brought Joy and ofcMany NWRONG AT RECEPTION alNMackin Council Y M I now one of the most widely known Catholic young mens societies in the country celebrated its eighteenth anniversary this week In a manner that brought ofethe parents brothers and sisters wives and sweethearts and friends of its members With the rising of the sun Sunday morning members of Mackin Council from all sections of the city wended their way to St Anthonys church where the hun dreds assembled and in all piety and humility received their Eucharistic Lord thus giving a practical exem plllfcatlon of the first part of their motto Pro Deo Rev Father Seraphln was the celebrant ot the high mass at which the choir ren programmeThewas ablaze with myriads of electric lights Upon all sides were heard words of commendation for the splendid body of young men who are doing their utmost for God and coun try In the afternoon was another spectacle that thrilled the hearts of the crowds who witnessed it Shortly before 3 oclock the entire member ship and visitors from other councils gathered at the club house forming PresidentSamuel toIsolemn vespers and benediction all kneeling in adoration of their God Following the vesper services the clubhouseMocklns handsome banner flying at the head of the column and here fo two hours a mosb enjoyable reunion beingr edhfacklnstthe eighteenth annlevrsary It was forMackinKentuckyjurIsdiction the members on nhelr loyalty he ex pressed thanks for the noble re andNthehistoryPresldentRobertsonand elegantly equipped club house thatthey reiwere well received and the mention of the name of each for mor President was warmly applauded Mackinhall but two of whom were present and were called upon for a few reI+ marks Those responding were James T Shelley the first President Vincent B Smith George J Lautz Dan Cunlff William Kerberg Frank Murphy Charles Raldy Councllmen Ben Sand Attorney Rob ert T Burke Louis Kioffer John Kenney and Hon Samuel J theipraise for the work already done but they made appeals for a larger membership as Mackin was now ready to receive 1000 more mem hers All speakers had something sire to say of Chairman George Lautz and the committee that ar ranged the celebration David OConnell of Trinity Council was also called upon and responded with a short but ringing address after which all Were invited to partake of refreshments and cigars of which there was an abundance The celebration came to a close Monday night with the reception ann ladytrlendsdecorated and the brilliant assem bInge brought to a happy close the lmost creditable and general celebra tlon in the history of MackIn Coun ell J FAHEr AGAIN NAMED His former services having proven most satisfactory James Fahey was unanimously reelected for the second tlmo Secretary of the Jefferson County Election Commission The commislon met in the Sheriffs of flee for the election when only the SheriffEmlerJudgeHomerslon Secretary Faheys friends and ortbeTRANSFERRED TO BARDSTOWNV wh01astyeaatStXavferstransfertBardstowh Brother Adelbertgis aa chunkandSeeretanefa tl rJ o gjIuT c1 t rTr 1 i 1 j KENJ CKVI H A xE1IcAIs1 s KEHTIMY IRISH flMEBIGflli YUtttditi tile Social sad Mortl Ativeaceaeeteet eit Irish Amerlcua anti Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CatboHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated fukIJIher e SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Botred at the Lonlirllla PtxioMlo s aa SecoafrCUM fUtUr LL1ranall Csesssaisaeas to the KENlW f IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oftern St I 1 NTRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1911 MOTTOES A BLUFF Although the Kentucky Irish American does not loudly proclaim mottoes like the truth no matter whom It helps or hurts or If new and true not otherwise nevertheless we were the only paper In Louisville tbat told the truth about the fraud perpetrated at the Elks aviation meet Incidentally It wont help the aspect of things for the 4promoters to intimate that the people who wanted their money back were tight wads etc- JUSTICE I SHAMED Much indignation has been ex pressed during the past few days over the statement that Thomas O West was to be allowed to escape the penalty for his murderous assault upon Miss Mattie Wetherby last June The story printed is to the effect that a financial settlement has been decided upon whereby West agrees to compensate his victim in the sum of 10000 for the pistol wound she i received at his hands on June 7 last while driving along the Shelbyvllle1t pike The statement is also mad that it is understood that Inasmuch as Miss Wetherby the prosecutingI witness will be satisfied If the flnan clal settlement above indicated 1 Isi made that West will In all probabllty iI be indicted for a misdemeanor and fined 500 in lieu of other prosecu tionWhen it is remembered that West was on a drunken Joy ride that hisJ victim has not yet fully recovered from the wound received that the offender hoe not been Indicted forII his crime and that because of hisI I I wealth he may be tried for a mlsde l meaner instead of attempted murder of an Innocent youug woman there I need be little surprise if our laws and courts are held in contempt b the people they are supposed to protect Miss Wetherby should re ceive the 10000 through the courts Iwhich should send West to prison The Kentucky Irish American can not believe that any Kentucky court of Justice will look upon attempted murder as a misdemeanor when committed by a rich man and as a felony If poorSuchand bring about a disregard for law that would result in anarchy West should be tried for his crime and not bo permitted to escape on the plea that he was irresponsible and hud come to a financial settlement with his victim who escaped death through no fault of his Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Mix has since declared that any settlement made will in no wise stop the enforcement r of the law OPENS THEIR EYES This week the parents of this j country have had their eyes opened i on tho subject of college and uni versity education R T Crane a Chicago millionaire has Just com pleted a canvass of the larger unl versltles of the country deslcned with the purpose of gaining a fair conception of the worth of college education in the light of the condi tions prevailing In the colleges themI I solves His conclusion Is startling I I I and disheartening There is no apparent disposition on his part to depreciate the value per se of men tal culture and yet his unqualified ii 1 statement Is that higher education in this country is not worth while His reason Is that the life of students is morally rotten and that such bene J fits as are incident to college life are purchased at the price of manhood Harr 1vard Yale Cornell Princeton and the 1Universityteeming With dissipation and moral Disintegration Here is another lr refutable evidence of the superiority of Catholic educational institutions AWFUL DABITeTimely are the words of the 111theJloly1111 1 lngCi to others than that of swearing I The offender is a nuisance to his I neighbor and an object of disgust tJodl t J otot come with every seateaee eeema to spread a sort of contagion in the tmoIlJ it breeds a loathsome hardlyJof theyoung that AB oaiJt Iin espe i J rfllflael I k lIysndofftihOmH1atntnl eluded that the habit in a child Iis contracted from his parents or guardians A boy may Indeed pIck- up oaths on the streets and blaspheme in angerbut home Influence Is responsible for the habit A member of the Holy Name Society once hearing some shocking curses from a youth Inquired If he had learned them from his parents The boy slunk away abashed he lfelt the shame of his parents habit manifest In himself Apart fro tthe sinfulness of this baneful habit 1It Is so utterly profitless that one wonders why it gains so strong and lasting a hold upon men Someone has said that a man may steal to satisfy his avarice he may become jintoxicated to satiate his appetite he may be immoral to gratify hls jpassion but for what purpose does man swear except to please the devil THEIR SAVING MOTHER Day by day we read disgusting headlines in tho papers of girls woo have Outraged every sense of decency but when you stop to notice Itr de CatholefeleamsIf due no doubt tothe Influence of the Virgin Mary upon the Catholic girl s heart That pure ideal of womanhood they cherish and revere instead of copying the rather faulty heroines of popular novels If every girl would glue oven one sincere thought a day upon the comparison of her life wit the Virgin Mothers there would be few if any wayward women for a prayer to her for help in their temptations would save them Al lin slalways obtains for a sincere appliant IThe Catholic press of the country thye recent convention of Catholic editors in Columbus Noting this the Denver 1 Catholic Register says there ma be those who say It is a selfcon gratulatory chorus which would be lie for the multitude of editors Catholic papers from the greatest paper to the least give their time and labor without any reward from th purses or the mouths of men The Catholic church holds its membership because it adheres to principles on the validity of which neither reason nor experience can throw doubt NonCatholic churches hold their membership because they sanction more freely the demands of the flesh The one directs men in their course the other iis directed In its course by men Irish Standard One minister is said to have refused a fee of 10000 to marr John Jacob Astor and Miss Forc- which is carrying the courage of conviction to the limit Louisville Post What about the Catholic priests not one of whom would have been tempted by all the Astor millions ENTERS CONVENT Social leadership luxury and wealth are being abandoned by Mrs Gertrude Halle Lanman a wea1W Widow of Norwich Conn and e re cent convert to Catholicism who andImellltatlon I WeTwentyninth yearshenceI I widow of William Camp Lanman and a daughter of Dr A B Hallo has for many years been one of the social leaders of Connecticut She has entertained on a sumptuous scale in her handsome residence in Norwich she recently sold For years 1 enjoyed all the luxuries that wealth could afford but renounces I I all these that she may devote her lI efforts to helping mankind I II have tried all the PI the world has to offer said In parting with one easuresthatII friends All are My happiness renceforth w111 He in following in our Lords footsteps and humbly trying to do his work in for others Five years ago Mrs Lanman be actively Interested in church work She became dinpreeeed with certain Catholic undertakings and aided them and was soon converted the faith She established the Club tor Girls in which work ng girt are able to secure excellent quarters for very moderte terms APPROPRIATE AFFMOTIONS Doctorllhad come oddly appro priate cUeS at my elites thl morn injr Friend What were they An athlete Who had a mplal itaottMMe a Mamstreea with avtft0tt to bar side and an emo rPlnPetlieUon 1 50GIETY Miss Annie McGill has returnedL after a two months trip abroad Miss Sadie Donahue of St Louis Is visiting hero as the guest of ifclatlves fbar and Mrs Roger McGrath have gone to French Lick for a stay often days Miss Nellie OHearn of Clifton II left last week to visit friends in Frankfort Miss Margaret Finnegan was the week end guest of Miss Susie Cox at Middletown Miss Jeannette Kearns had as her t I iI guest this week Miss Rbse Salender of Frankfort Miss Margaret Tobin has returnedI from a delightful visit to Crab Orchard Springs Alphonse Ohllgschlager has ganelI to Troy N Y where he will stud civil engineering Tomm Monahan of Indianapolis were here for a visit to friends Miss Anna Clary of Marion 0 iIsII visiting her sister Mrs Henry Presser i 1911 Griffith avenueIMiss Idol McCloy has been enter loaning her cousin Miss Paulino Burns of Lexington abills Agnes Ford who has been 111 of typhoid fever is convalescing I at her home in Clifton Miss Mayme Ryan has returned to her home In Marydale after visiting friends in the West End Mrs Tillie Broderlck of Chicago has been spending a week with MrsI I Elizabeth Broderick In Portland 0wHII havingIIarrived at 734 West I IMrs James B Wathen and daugh IIter Miss Eleanor have gone to Ne York for a visit of several weeks I IMiss Kathryn Feeney had f guests for the past week Misses Marie and Alta Alley of St Louis hi Miss Nell Mooney of Na 1 has been the guest this week of MrsI Paul Rodman Third and St Cath craned Seymouh0I r I ghterIrr I otherIturned from Bardstown where the j Curralandnr 11Judge Matthew O Doherty and fromai sumfI Mrs John T Malone and family Michewhere they have been spending the summer months Miss Virginia Meagher has been spending a pleasant week In Frankfort visiting her cousin Miss Estelle MeagherII John OlBrlen of West Oak street Is now singing Im In Love With a I II Nice Little Girl she being christened last Sunday I Mr and Mrs Walter Glover and Miss Antoinette Glover are home l from Europe where they spent the past three monthsjj j CoyI n k elfromI Europe the first of the week have returned home I IMlsses I MargaretBuckley I days last week with Mrs J J Foley of 2816 Fourth avenue daughter returnedf Denver and Kansas City Mrs Fred Hang and children- I i I summerInI j first part pf next monthi I Walter J Cusick of 2017 West Jefferson street 1 Is entertaining in arrivedhonor of II I I Mr and f oWesthave returned from a visit to rela tives in Ohio and Michigan returnedtromI I also attended the oepning of St Joseph s College at Bardstown iI IThe New Haven Echo notes thatt 1 I FannieEnosguests of Miss Laura LaBwell IIJ j Mr and Mrs Edward Sweeney a and son J P Sweeney of Southi Louisville left last week to visit Earl Simmons and wife at Indian spells childrenvisiting relatives In the cittwlJlre turn to their home IIn Stewart Tenn nextweek d I Mrs Joseph Meehan and Mfsaee Mollle McCarthy and Lillie Gordon n returned last week after spending ag- rnolttplee VRoaUeft trot WaBaden Spring l Mr and Mrs George B8lander ipentthe firet bolttOg the week here aathe rueiteof R W HarreW They hare many tt4endlin LOuiaHlle iLlld I are alyrays welcome ioitiBMI ua la goon n MiM C Beutler and Mrs Ackerman who i arrived in New York last week fro Europe spent several days at the Waldorf bofore leaving for home Mrs William G Constantine leT Saturday for New York City to mee her mother Mrs Margaret Goerlng who is retdrnlng homo after a three months stay in Ireland and England- Miss i Elenora Bchaulle who has spent three months in Ireland and Scotland is now in England afte which she will Join friends in Hamburg i and tour Germany and Switzerland Mrs W Conley and Paul and Margaret Conley have gone for a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Join F Moran of Cincinnati Before their return home they will visit relatives and friends In Covington and MaysJ vllle Mrs James Canty and daughter Miss Fannie Canty left Monday for a two weeks visit to relatives f MrICanfey at San Antonio and before re turnlng will spend a week in St Louis entortafyj with a select J1 on Tuesday evening September 26 The Committee of Arrangements made up of William Collins William Smith George Atteberry and Arthur Quinlan Miss Catherine Culllvan of India apolis who had boon visiting h brother Frank Culllvan in New Albany has returned to her home Her sister Miss Alice Culllvan who also has been visiting her brother wlll remain in the city until ne i week IMiss Lilly E Babelsteln and Frank P Burke were quietly married the parlors of St Charles Borromeo church last Saturday tit noon Rev Father Rafto officiating After the ceremony they loft for a bridal tour of the Eastern cities and on their re bousekeeplngIon Elliott avenue Their man friends wish them Joy and prosperity IIDEBATE Furnishes Lively Time vMeetingI of Division Fours i Division 4 A O H held another lively and Interesting meeting Mo attendanebeing present to hoar the continua- tlon of tho LanganLynch debate which was continued from the laI meeting The Lynch forces wore composed of Thomas Lynch John E Browne Mike Welsh John Coleman and John J Score while Thomas J Langan John P Langan Robert MI chell Thomas Downey and Anthony OToole were the opposing side TI 10ra strenuous debate in which Presii dent Hennessy was compelled to rap for order several times the vote was left to the members and the Lynch side was declared a winner by a close vote The Visiting Committee reported George Holland as slightly Improved and Michael Costello as en tirely well The applications for membership ofR J Ford W S Rider and M J Moriarty were received and John McHugh was ob llgated Treasurer Harry J Bradyf was present afte his long spell Illness and was given a warm welcome I GLADDEN Abandons Congregational Pulpit and Protestant Ministry It would be interesting to how much the Proceedings of American Federation of Catholic So cletles at Columbus had to do wit the decision of the Rev Washington Gladden the foremast Congrega tlonallst divine in America staunch friend of the Catholics an the earnest and persistent foe of the A PoA to abandon the ministry Dr Gladden attended the opening mass meeting listened attentively t many of the stirring addresses an courteously paid his respects to His Excellency the Apostolic Delegate to prelater10 week later Dr Gladden announcedt his decision to abandon the Congre gational pulpit ahd the Protesta myterious7 PRETTY COMEDY The Pride of Virginia will be given at St Martins Hall Shelby an SeptemberthYoungbenefit of St Martins church The performance will bo under the special HendrixThe8 LenShickelI MarieEylJulius R Bodenmueller Joseph Oes IrvInKnabelof tickets Indicates that there will beI crowded house The comedy Is an hasbeenI t perfect A splendid performance Is confidently promised CENTRAL COMMITTEE A well attended meeting of the Central Committee was held on Fray of last week at St Marys Hall While there was only routine 9 bJlstcness to be transactedthe seeelon was receptfoaiven 1 William T Meehan who had Just SupremeTruetoe reportofwe received and wa aatteteotory An Invitation to accompany bha Uniform on d military cxeunto Jk Higk ridge on h ber17w eceptefl T RN10DTS OF WTO Late News That Will Interest Eiset where I 1Bight Rev Bishop Tihen will deliver the Columbus day address at Omaha- r I I The Knights of Columbus Ohio are the first to join the Federation of Catholic Societies l A large class for the fourth is be ing formed at Boston The degree will be exemplified In Faneull Hall on Sunday October 8 The fourth degree will be exempll fled in New York on October 15 thus avoiding any conflict with the Columbus day celebration I The new council at Jasper Ind will be instituted October 8 Evans vllle Council will confer the first degree Indianapolis Council the seen ond and the third will be exemplified by District Deputy Albert Veoneman and staff of Evansville The Knights of Toronto have launched out on the work of enlarg ing their club house the addition to councillalley and everything that pertains to an- a uptodate club house The addition will be furnished in keeping with the older part which Is handsomely ap pointed throughout ETaKings and Queens of the RacextHerei- n The fall meeting of the Louisville Racing Association which opens with the St Ledger handicap on September 25 promises to be the greatest in the racing history of Kentucky Turfmen everywhere are Interested In the Kentucky Endur- y once stakes fourmile event worth to the winner 8400 and by far the most valuable prize of tho year An other race that will attract wlde spread attention will be the IroquoIs handicap Keen argument exists as twoyearoldsItof this year running Golden Rod stakes and the Iroquois handicap the fact will be pretty I well demonstrated as to which Is the best kindergarten performer In 1911 1In other days It was always thee Futurity which settled the au premacy of the twoyearolds of the season The closing of the Newt York tracks caused the passing of that great Eastern fixture so now the king or queen of the twoyear olds will be developed In the running of the Golden Rod stakes and the- t Iroquois handicap I interest also attaches to thee fact that for the first time In the history of racing In Kentucky four Derby wInners are Entered In stake events to be decided this fall Churchill Downs Stone Street winner of the classic In Wintergreen the victor In 1909 i Donau the winner in 1910 and GovernorGrayre arthemeetln1 n cident In racing annals 1 There are now at Douglas Par horsesrrWinnthate on hand POPE IS WELL I Press dispatches bring that Mgr Kennedy rector of the American College at Rome was the receivedby1e cheerful conslderlnlW hithed s showhto Joke about his recent indisposition the reports of which he insisted had exaggeratedd j MAY BE CANONIZED Proceedings for the canonisation of todn was at Santa Clara have passed their first arid perhaps most important stage according to advices received at 9arp Francisco this week from Rome wr1t1rigstcommission appointed by the Pope1 Jectlonable in them InvestigationI now will be made into the testimony of sixtytwo witnesses concerning his saintly life and the miracles which he is declared to have performed I dWINDOW FUND EUCHRE 3A benefit euchro for the fund b- Ins raised by the Cathedral Altar Society WIll be given Wednesday afternoon and evening at the res Idence of Mrs John C Graves 852 membersaof the Altar Society invite their friends to be present and help ln crease the fund which is being raised for the building of a window In hondr of the society in the Cathedral At the last euchre given for the same purpose the promoters wish to announce that the Battenberg table cover was won by Miss Ethel GravesII SOCIAL CLUB DANCES t On Tuesday September 21 Mackin Social Club will Inaugurate Its fall dancing season at the club house on TwentyIxth street and for the oc- asion special music wUlbe furnished by Tuella orchestra The members of Mrfckln Social Club prom lie to leave nothing undone to make the coming season the Most success fuT In its career This club has the reputation of being the most popular organization of the kimd la the city and therefore ite daacee and recep tfon are always well attended and are the most Mltot Mission handlesi are atilt DexoelltnfcttMJO uabrillM G EII IUrIii yuLShOes Boys Scout Shoes Swastika good luck member ship emblem with every pair olive black and tan elk sizes 6 to 11 at 3 sizes 1 to 5 12 at 250 sizes 8 12 to 13 12 at Scouts Shoes With Extra High Tops Boys Scout Shoes with extra high lace and buckle tops with pocket on outside of top tan and black calf extra heavy welted double soles best shoes made for rough winter wear at 350 3 and 350 Boys and Girls School Shoes 1150 to 4 BOSTON SHOE INCORPORATED IIIIIIBUILDING 441443 2ffl I CO FOURTH AVENUE II CREflGERS BUSINESS S6HO SECOND AND DREOICINRIDGE SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE READERS OF TilE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN This school is fortunate in having both the best Bookkeepi and Shorthand systems taught in Louisville We would be en1 to have you calland see us and we think you will apprecil IDAYI KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING West Lo 321Ir i5m1 atLasti DollarII J That you spent for something you did not 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Order In the World Members in DoDd Standing 150000 Death bttiefIts paid sliiM organized 13852000 JOIN NOW WM dAllAOHAN Stats Organizer 2710 W Jaff HENRY HUNOLD BBAMtR IN Staple and Fancy Grocirlis- A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM- IN CONflECTIBN oldWJ1Wda Ppedalty tlelltC PHil 41H524W WALNUT JrLBrownfieldCo I 65S THIRD STI EiIiMir and GMtractir STEAM and HOT WATER HEATINOn I Dont uild Without Stting M one 7846 ANCIENT ORDER Hibernians Sprang Into Existence During the Dark and Evil Days This IIOriginII ReCordI Faithful to Mother Church and Loyal to Irelands Cause IRISH PRIESTS FINE TRIBUTE Rev James C Cannon of Carrick was one of the speakers at the I recent great Nationalist demonstra tion at Ballybofey County Donegal and in an eloquent and patriotic ad dress that enthused his bearers he paid the following glowing tribute to the Ancient Order of Hibernians The Ancient Order has a noble origin and a noble record It sprung Into existence in dark and evil days when presthunting was a calling sanctioned by English law and encouraged by a Government made with hatred of Ireland and Ire lands ancient faith when tho Irjsh people were ground down by a penal code the most brutal of which the worlds history has any record when the Catholic people of this old Cath olic land were robbed and plundered and the faith that St Patrick brought to Tara in the olden day pro scribed as a thing of evil It was in these dark days of shame that the Ancient Order found its origin In a band of heroic men who braved the terrors of tile bayonet and the gibbet the pitch cap and the rack to defend the hunted priest and help the persecuted peasant Do you ask why the beacon and banner of war On the mountains of Ulster are seen from afar Tis tho signal our rights to regain and restore Through God and Our Lady and Rory OMoore- In all the subsequent vicissitudes of Irish history I claim that our noble order has ever been true to Its origin ever faithful to Its honorable traditions ever loyal to Ireland and to Irelands cause It has held up toIour people at home and to our exiles in every land high ideals and noble alms It offers the hand of friendship to every Irishman who loves his country and wishes his country well and Its charity knows not distinction of class or creed Listen to the words of the charter which was sent by the old Board of Erin for the first establishment of the order In the United States Also be It known to you that our wish and prayer Is that when you form your society In many clUes and towns you will do all that is in your power to aid and protect your Irish sisters from all harm and temptation as the Irish woman Is known for her chastity all over the world and though some of them may differ from you in religion bear in mind that our good Lord died for us all Today tho Ancient Order of Hibernians Is the greatest organlza lon of Irishmen in the world In America Australia South Africa England Scotland Wales here at home In the cradle of the race the order Is not only holding Its own but is advancing by leaps and bounds MAKE ROOM HOME Though you maybe cut off from your early associates and though you may be separated from nil your kindred young man is there not a room somewhere that you can call your own Though It be the fourth story of a thirdclass hoarding house Into that room gather books pictures and a harp Hang your mothers portrait over the mantel Bid unholy mirth stand backfro1D that threshold Consecrate some spot in that room with the knee of prayer By the memory eta other days a fathers counsel a mothers love and I sisters confidence nail it home MOTHER WILL ATTEND Among the honored guests who will attend the consecration of Right Rev J J Keane of Cheyenne Wyo who is scheduled ito come to Dubuque somotime between September and 25 will be the mother of the 115 Archbishop who is a resident of Island Township Minn where her illustrious son was born on August 2 1857 I LIFE SAVING HUTS The monks of Mount St Bernard have fitted the refuge huts in the most perilous spots of the Alps with telephones which will enable travelers In distress to ring up for assistance THE CRAZY AGE Does your father care for golf Ho Is crazy about it replied the miss la your mother Interested in womens clubs She Is crazy about them How is your brother on baseball Just crazy over It And do you like aiitomoblitngV I am just crazy about it Say little girl YesltirI That IB a mighty fine asylum you are living in MEAN IIjlLYt TatJtaboU mnl nxtbtmtd the auffragit What Me min ewr- done tor1rOJlife furnished her with a model sheV tryln darned bard io imitate emo a roloefrom the rear of the hall A 0 1 Circs a fl Roger 111 BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call ana our line of goods Theypare the finest of their kind In the city RookS s Magazines and Religious Articles or svrexr DKaOHIPTIOH 434 West Jefferson Stre- etMONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us a call MULDOONMonument 813 W Green St Louisville Ky THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 all nlghtGrrigea 1225 W MARKET ST WALNUT TTHEATER Mothers Gh1 telling a beautiful story of Kentucky is the play which Beulah Poynter brings to the Walnut street Theater next week The drama uu u r I MISS BEULAH POYNTER I tlzatlon Is credited to the star herself I She is called a womans actress being small slender essentially girlish I with a dainty beauty The regular popular twentyflvecent matinees for Mothers Girl will be given Tuss 1 day Thursday and Saturday NEWPORT Thomas Lanigan aged eightyone years a lifelong and respected mem ber of Newport was called to his eternal reward last Saturday Sur viving him are three daughters and three sons all grQwnII The Rev James OConnor who was for many years chaplain of St Thomas Orphan Asylum in1 Bards town and who came to Louisville when the orphanage was removed to Preston Park has been appointed chaplain of the new St Josephs Col NlchIolasI Thomas FOR WOMANS EYE The dlrectolre coat may be a feature of fall fashions Onesided disposition of frills and rovers is a dominant note II There is again springing up a feeling in favor of bordersIEach week sees long skirts coming more and more into favor Strong colors are boldly used in the new fall fashions from Paris Dyed Spanish and Eacurlal lacesI are booked as high novelties for fall Point de Venise and point de Milan both real and imitation are in high favor Lacee which are a combination of silk and wool are also Among the seasons novelties These are dyed in brilliant colors and are well spoken ot- Amongjthe Boar a Bwiehtee made lHCe that are expWtad to bare aaL big sale are Imitations of Macrame Thean lacee are shown in both white and beige tones they are Manufac tuned la Clai sell at a low pricetlaid Tent showy WESTMEATH I Is One of Irelands Most Centra and Flattest of Pretty Counties Rivers and Streams Furnish Abun dant Irrigation In All Sections J Old Baronies and Districts Still Re tale Old Historic Names SEVERAL NICE SHOW POINT Westmeath is one of the central counties In Ireland From Athlom to the boundary point southeast of Clonmellon it is fortythree and a half miles long from Flnnea to Kinnegad it is twentysix miles broad It has an area of 708 J I square miles and a population ol 71000 There are no mountains in I Westmeath but there are a number of low hills In the barony of Fore I and a few in the adjoining baronhes of Corkareo and Farblll The restI of the county is level broken here and there by low swells sandrldges and bog Though quite level 1it abounds In lovely quiet landscapes I Westmeath is irrigated by many rivers and streams The Inny issu- Ing from Lough Sheelln at the northern extremity of the county forms the boundary between West meath and Cavan during its short run of a mile by the village 01f Plnnea from Lough Sheelln to Lough Kinale Thence It flows southward forming the boundary between Westmeath and Longford for six miles and finally enters Lough flee Tributaries to the Inny are the Glore the Golne the Riffey the Black the Rath the Tang the Breensford and the Brosna All the rivers in the southeastern part of the county empty into the Boyne Westmeath is remarkable for its fine lakes None of them are large yet all abound in beautiful scenery and their waters are dotted by picturesque Islands filled with leg endary history Mulllngar on the Brosna near its source in the center of the county Is the principal assize town It has a population of approximately 5000 Athlonef has a population of 6000 but half the people live in the town of Athlone across the river in County Roscommon Kllbeggan Castlepoll ird Kinnegad and Delvln are also thriving towns The western half of the county constituted the ancient district of South Teffla separated from North Teffia or Longford by the River nay The ancient district of Klnealeagh possessed by the family of McGeogheagh Included a portion of the south of Westmeath The barony of Kilkenny West Is coextensive with the territory of Curcrie The baronies of Delving Farbill Qorkaree Moygolsh and Browney retain names of old historic districts The hill of Ushnagh between Daily more and Lough Ennel was made a royal residence by Tuathal the Acceptable who was King of Ireland la the first century A D There htl erected a palace and Instituted yearly meetings to be held on the bill on May 1 and the succeeding lays at which games were to be played and athletic sports engaged in Various pagan rites followed the games Before the time of king Tuathal the five provinces of Ireland met at the hill of Usuagh and the point of meeting was marked by a stone called the Stone of Divisions This stone still remains on the hill ands now calfed CatUsnagh Among the show points in West meath are Belvldere Lake and Lough Derravaragl MOTHERS ADVIOEI If there Is one thing God does not like it is tho reckless neglect of a mothers advice A boy may haVE his passions and weaknesses but when he laughs his mothers counsel to scorn he may not expect much of a return from heaven The hardest heart for the priest to Teach is the heart that is wilfully unmindful of a mothers love and that willingly doesI without her care SPICE CAKE One egg one cupful sour milk one cupful sugar one teaspoonfulI soda onehalf cupful oR butter two I cupfuls of flour one teaspoonful ofr cinnamon two teaspoonfuls cloves one teaspoonful of soda one teaspoonful of vanilla CROUP CURE Take a thin cloth linen or cotton saturate it with pure glycerin add a few drops of camphor then sprinkle nutmeg thickly over all and apply to throat and chest This is I excellent YOUR WIFE How much of your success do you1 Iowe to your wife It is only Just t own this fact before her day by day It roll make her happy and keep her youthfullf CURRIED ONIONS Try sliced onions in butter or fat salt and pepper then add one teaspoonful of curry two raw 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Investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our one price policy must convince even the most doubt- Ing of 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 1MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OAS080 POURrH AVENUE I BETTER THAN 25c QUALITY COF AT THREE I POUNDS FOR I 65 l Fresh pure and backed by Mulloys repu tation for nevervarying excellence Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY Howe Pbon ijaj 310 W lIARKEr TRISECT 8 Q JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON I Naughtons Pharmacy Proscriptions Filled By Registered pharmacists Only I Telephone Ue and ye Send For Them t Hone Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS I I I WEWANT YOUR WORK I c jnj Were Prepared to Do It Promptly I and in First Claaa Style j PRINTINGGrards t 1 Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding limitations a SpecialtyJHOME PHONE 946 I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I10f 9 w1 I5T QRIIDFL1 t31TI iDIDT 1IiJtII s OESNT PAY II- ist J QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and j J the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUPACTURBD BY UCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantIkT CHAWK She liltfodryable Shoeing Forge CTICAL HORSE SHOEING lives or Slut Delivered 113715 SEVPNT STRFEr T IUI CJIJLJIPAOV I r Upon lIIII4IA to 111 n J C 1 D HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Dolnr the Past WeekGeneral- News NotesM Division 4 continues to elect new members at each meeting Our exchanges from Ireland all note the progress and growth oftto Ancient Order Division 2 of Syracuse entertains Its members with games following the meetings when prizes are awarded Tom Dolan will report for this degree team Tuesday night This will interest the members of the mother divisionTerro Haute Hibernians made grand success of their Irish day ce bration and there is now no do of its repetition annually Division 8 of Lackawanna N Y admitted six candidates and received several applications last week Good jubilee year work Indeed The three auxiliaries of Ter I Haute are assisting the bazar for t benefit of the new church being erected by Father Hoffman The order in Ireland is spreading to parishes where there never exist a division before Louth and Me are taking the lead In the movement Jeffersonvlllo Hibernians are mak- Ing extensive preparations for their annual ball which takes place n month Louisville should send large delegation At all meetings In Indianapolis last week Invitations were read asking the Ancient Order to Join In the annual Robert Emmet memorial meeting to beheld next Friday night expectedEIar In to reportThe first field day of Division 22 lof Providence was such a big success that it will be made an annual event Four military companies participated In the parade and thousands enjoyed outingNext night the Ladles Auxiliary wilt hold their regular meeting which will be one of much Interest Plans for the coming season win be discussed and a programme may be decided on St Paul Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary shave arranged for a six days festival next month It prom ises to be a unique affair Inasmuch as everything connected with It will madeI a benefit Thursday night for one of IIts members recently disabled In railroad accident This is only an Instance of the friendship the order bestows toward unfortunate members The officers of Division 3 urge all the members to be present at the meeting Monday night They will then hear the programme and ar rangeemnts for the initiation they will hold next month at Falls City Hall Division 2 meets now in the hall at Sixth and Walnut which leads to the belief that an increase In attendance and membership will soon takt place This division has In its ranks some of the best workers in the cityThe Hibernians of the Pacific = coast will make a great display at the Panama Exposition In 1915 is hoped at the present time to the Irish exhibit rank second to Itof 1 among the displays of the nations the world The Ladles Auxiliary of Indianapolis held their quarterly Inttiatlo- last dSunday when quite a numbs- were nre received Into the order A delei gation from Logansport was presn to witness the work for which a fine programme had been arranged HOPKINS THEATER HopkinTheater t J pretentious bills ever witnessed at beIngmbracing a cast ot vaudeville talent the first order Owing to the and expense of the booked for Hopkins this win l the price of adlmsslon for the iamei i I F TUCKER AVELCH Miss Roberta Tucker a daughte- of the late Robert Tucker the turfman who died a year ago and Wilson = Welch Superintendent of vaults TrustCompany bythety oissbrideshomesf stepmother Mrs Elizabeth Tucker who died one week ago last Tuesday J wasthestepmotherf Thursdaywas 111 for SOme time but When I be had looked after preparations r the wedding that ihad been In performedi dlate sonorat 429 West Broadway The honeymoonthe tells TIlE LAsT DAY The State Fair which has been In dash all week will close this Off inseepingwhich will bring to the grounds thee s record attendance of the seasons JaoollUlon J1bel1rldea areasrel words of J- commendatloji lor Secretary thy and work ilia only fault found halos S SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 eets at Falls City Hall en Fir President and Third TuesdayI Vice President Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Joseph E Farrell Financial Secretary Thos Dula Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SergeantatArmsLoula Roller DIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays WalIastreets1e rdbVice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J1I j KeaneyTreaUrerJames Welsh NaUyl1eDIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilnoteenth and Portland ColemanthRecording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial SecretaryJ O Heat slon- A TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyldRecording Secretary John Barry Financial SecretarYThomas Langan TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Call J iaghaaSentnolM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Ran I County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Colo MurphyRecording Me GrodrFJnanclal HogTreasurerBSergeantatArms Michael Gar rlty- a SentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y maX I MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at C1 House 344 North Twentysixth I I President Samuel L Robertsoni Vice Presidents Joseph J HaS1 ci IIFJnanclalIII Recording SecretaryR Osborno I J Corresponding Secretary H Ker 1 berg Treasurer W A LinkIMarshalS H Sheehan J inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart IfJ1J1t S I w I J 8tI l callingeIt s alreadysuccessfully usedItnow again thoroughly restored mycongrI 1009emEplleplYAugust lyiska Pastor I ttromathough j I Nerveronlo IFallTonicandgrIraREE Iyoui I PoortIMIta p 0laYJ1o0KOENIGfrIOBI i exSoldrLarge 11111711 6 Boobs for S 9 I I t with the weather man during tk I opening days This fair surpasses allj others and any who have not seen itslwould do well to do so today I MOVING PICTURES jbut The Casino and Orpheum motion Icture houses will again present next week the latest and best plc I made The bills Include vlgwgiunusual Interest ranging thSoraglc to cdmedy Besides there eI The verycatchysongsBrAVENUE THEATERswI the For Its next attraction the Avenulasannounces Willie Live The prolificpen will of the trailing of a band of exIj care press robbers by the same breezy and publicfavorland vim with which ha carries the thrilling situations surround g his life Lyle La Pine will be eliln the role of Willie Live 1Ie a young comedian who is said and idly to be making his way to th Several good specialties eshe ed durfagf the aaWon of ithe Matlaeea are announced florfiw everyday la the week at the Avenue thliWMOB y J 1I I i 4 4 J C IIRELAND Record of the Most Important the Recent Events Culled ItFrom Exchanges Much regret is felt In Newry at the sudden death of Samuel Gracey 1LImerick Corporation decided to enlarge the gas works at a cost of 10000- n The death is announced of Rev J McCullagh a sad event which t place at Churchtown Carndonagh Quite recently a system of pu and private electric lighting has b Installed In the town of I The water supply of Monaghau practically exhausted the first of this month and has since been entl cut off at night The death is announced of John Rodlngton SubSheriff for County Galway which occurred at ibis res idence Salthlll Rev P Daly of Castlepollard been appointed Chairman of Board of Management of the W meath County Infirmary Much satisfaction is expressed Carrlckmacross since the Local ernment Board has sanctioned the erection of twentyfive dwellings Father R OConnor late Guardian of the Franciscan church at Waters ford has been appointed Guardian of the Franciscan church at Clonmel1 At a recent meeting of the Baltlnglass Rural District Council Thomas Nolan of Rathmore and James Doyle of Rathdonnell were coopted as members of that body After a rather short Illness the death occurred of the Rev John- Lyng of Clongeen County Wexford He was a member of a well known- J and popular County Wexford family McCarthyJCistercian Monastery of Mount St Josephs Roscrea in room of the late Right Rev Camlllus Beardwood The death of Lawrence Flynn at Roslea which occurred very suddenly occasioned deep regret In the village and district The deceased had reached the advanced age of elghty six Sister Christina M A Casey of Loretto Abbey Gorey has passed away In her eightysixth year She was a native of County Limerick a entered the Loretto novitiate Rathfarnham in 1870 atev A memorial to the late Right R Dean Busher in the shape of a handsome pulpit has been erected In Newtownbarry church Dean Bush who died four years ago had char of the parish for thirtyseven yearsIgeat LynchDrumeashel throughout Monaghan An earn and lifelong Nationalist he was ever ready to do his part and his services hisbneighborslone the oldest of Macro om townsmen John Matthew Murphy lpassed wnsIs Ito a widely connected family He wag an authority on all local history and happenings DerryCityin all probability come forward a 111s candidate for North Tyrone to sU coed Redmond Barry elevated to t Lord Chancellorship The elect promises to be a memorable one I the history of Ireland RoyalIrlqhtan police who acted as enumerators at the several Irish seaports show that the number of emigrants who endedJunemales and 6425 femalesbeing 4 3 less than in the corresponding tire ter of the year 1910 and 764 bel the average numbers for the sere ONnd quarter of the ten years 190110 REPUBLICANSm Augustus E Wlllson was IGov rk this week when the Ke Republican machine had him interviewed with the hope that his declarations would bring comfort this the Republicans were much dlsappolntetlas all that could be otten from the Governor was the following INo there Is no news I can gf you from Kentucky ho said might say something If I touched personalities but it Is the part every good Kentuckian when away om home to forget personalities and tol the State What about Ollie James in qulred the interviewer Oh Ollle James Well all I now about Ollle James is that ho is feet four Inches tall and can outholler any steamboat on the Ohio I would pull hairs with him hes got noneaMILITARY EXCURSION Tomorrow the Uniform Rank of Catholic Knights of America will ve a military excursion over the uthern railroad to High Bridge train will leave Seventh and at 745 oclock and at High idge there will boa dining hall and shelter houses boating on river and band concerts for the As this will ha the t of the season a large number l doubtless make the trip Every arrangement has been made for the and comfort of the Sir Knights their friends HIGHEST BRIDGE The new Queen Crescent bridge across the Kentucky river near NIcholaavllIo has been completed Is now In use The bridge Is 8 feet above the river bed and Is highest on the continent The structure was completed several ntht ago tout the delay was occasioned bithe work on the approaches o I ia ti1eNNNN Classik Shoes FOR Boys and Girls ookUnquestionably the best shoes for children that throughouteaenare leather are full lengthvamps wasmade over natureshaped lasts There is satisfaction in every pair come in all leathers relyFOR CHILDREN 150SizesGIRLShatheSizes 11 12 to 2 150 175 2250o- st Sizes 2 12 to 6 200 250 3 350 buttonaev150Youths175Boys a HERMAN STRAUS avcovpaaArcoMARNlT SONS snfer g I Qi09tlNSiOSiNeIOB WN r Charlie White=Moon THE COW BOY HERBALIST COMCELSARMedicineaRootsandHerbs Home Office and Laboratory 37293731 W Broadway Loulsillje kky INndFor Your Furniture Wants I TRADEgeI pricesoSthe lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street EverJeiD inNINTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fairi LOUISVILLE 1911ONndILL BE THERE WILL YOU THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY SHOWinMUSICnCLEAN MIDWAY EDUCATION HEADON COLLISION SATURDAY MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER I For Information or catalogue write to Secretary4D Q aulJdlngII= JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse Slioer Toe Cracks Split Hoofs Corns Con tracted 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 PHOND 5283 525 13th St Bat Walnut and Madison GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SKM TUB CKUJDRATBD HNORTH STIR REFRIGERATORRR- The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but aH features ol practical value that are considered dNirjj ered desirable In a Gas Range EQUALIt nbilc 1 i l