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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c 0 II I SUITS 15 MADETO MEASURE I SEBLBAth HOTEL BUILDING I VOLUME XXVIII NO 22 SATURDAY JUNE 1 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS r GUARDIANS Being Rejected By Many Who Were Present At A P A Meeting Col Cowan Absolves Mlles But Nc gleets to Mention Ilnlncs and Barnett Louisville Heralds Manly Editorin Throws Consternation Into Alleged Patriots POSTS HYPOCRITICAL ASSERTION Following the expose in the Ken tucky Irish American of the alleged Guardians of Liberty and the indig nation expressed on all sides at the attempt of a few to arouse prejudice against Catholics because of their re ligion many who attended the Gen Mlles meeting In Scottish Rite Cathedral are now stating that they were there under the Impression that it was to be a patriotic meeting held under G A R auspices and are bitter at the promoters who they say secured the presence of many by false pretenses As was predicted In these columns last week Cpl Andrew Cowan who pre sided at the meeting denies any intention of fostering the A P A movement and In a card to one oti the dally papers this week statesII that he was there on the vitation of his old friend Gen Miles who assured him in advance that although the preamble of the Guardians of Liberty sounded very much antiCatholic there would sim ply be talks on patriotism which Col Cowan neglects to state In his card was not borne out as the foul and bitter attacks of Preacher Bar nett of Philadelphia and exCon gressman Haines of New York re fute this assertion and If Miles Is not attacking Catholics he Is In mighty bad company as this trio have been traveling together deliver ing these lectures and have been severely criticised by all of the lib eral daily press In different parts of i the country ExMayor Charles jy af- i biliti and th t liewas highly astoundedno hear the bitter tirades against Cath plies by Barnett and Halnes and how they were heartily applauded by the promoters and their dupes In the audience To settle any doubt In the minds of any fair minded person- as to tike proper status of the Guard ians of Liberty in the eyes of the public the following extracts are taken from the Louisville Herald The Guardians of Liberty is a striking and effective name for a patriotic organization No one can question that liberty needs guarding Even in a free country where demo cratic Institutions obtain vigilance is Us price But the Herald deplores the launching of a movement of this character at a meeting marked by assault upon a religious denomina tion Reports of the gathering at the Scottish Rite Cathedral represent two speakers one a former Congressman the other a preacher attacking the Catholic church in un disguised bitterness We are told their speeches were greeted with ap plause and an amazing feature of the affair is the fact that among other prominent citizens two Fed eral officeholders occupied seats on the platform while these speeches were being made The true patriot will not en deavor to foment religious strife No more terrible curse can come upon a country than a struggle ot people over questions of creed With the declaration of the new league that no citizen should oci allegiance to any temporal power that he consid ers superior to the Constitution of the United States and that no politi cal or ecclesiastical organization should be allowed to manipulate or control the sovereign citizenship of the people we are In hearty accord but holding these sound and gen uinely patriotic convictions does not Justify an attack upon the faith of our fellow citizens such as seems to have been made by at least one of the speakers with the approval of the audienceNo denomination In this country has larger opportunity to control political power than any other except such as is incidental to Its numerical strength The con stitutional safeguards against the peril of such control should effort f be made at any time to gain it are surely sufficient The real menace In such an attempt Is not to the peo plo but to tho ecclesiastical organi zation that is mad enough to engage In it Liberty has less to fear than a plot of this kind and peace and concord from the pernicious policy of provoking religious ill feeling and 0 making the faith of thousands the object of ridicule and denunciation With all that the Guardians of Liberty can do to promote intelli gent patriotic citizenship we are In full sympathy In the fostering of education and the appeal to the spirit of enlightened democracy will be found the strongest bulwark of liberty This can be done with the broadest toleration for the creeds ot u others and without the speaking of a single syllable of bitterness De daringthemselves to be noB ar faraatJu Guardians of Liberty i seetMto havi aade thtMHriaiui error U- a n s 1 4 Y1s IW 1 t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN LOUISVILLE of striking the note of sectarian war fare at their first meeting The two Federal officers referred to In the above are Postmaster Rob ert E Woods and Assistant Post master John G Morey who thus far have given no explanation of their conduct which Is a direct violation of Government ethics If nothing else In aiding and abetting attacks on Catholic citizens and supporters of the Government which pays their partInthe front with a lame editorial on how much good these patriotic meetings can accomplish by having open and free discussion of patriotic affairs while at the same time knowing that the meeting was not intended to be open and free and that invitation was by card only furnished by the A P A promoters which fact was published In their paid official notice JOIlNFAUJiLEU Grand Old Man Whose Life Was a Model For All With deep regret this paper announces the death of that fine old Catholic citizen John Fackler which took place Friday evening at his residence on Tyler Park drive He was born In Bavaria but had been so long identified with the re ligious industrial and social life of Louisville that his removal takes away a splendid example to young men with nothing In their pockets but whose penury Is offset by brain ambition and energy John Fackler was a successful wagon builder and blacksmith but retired six years ago For many years he was a mem ber of St IPatricks congregation and always active In the work of the St Vincent de Paul Society and the Catholic Knights of America For a long time he had been a sufferer from heart disease and during his illness his wife passed away Mr Fackler Is survived by five chil dren Misses Lillie and Lula Fack ler Mrs Edward J Bosler Mrs A M Gregg of Jeffersontown and Charles J Fackler two brothers Paris and Joseph Fackler of Irving ton and three sisters Mrs Julius Deuschke of Cloverport Mrs Ern est Mitchell of this city and Mrs James Hardesty of Irvlngton The funeral took place Monday morning with solemn requiem mass at St James church and when the last mournful duty was performed at St Louis cemetery there was laid to rest a man who was loved by his imatee esteemed liy his associatesc ivJIi e 4 L CLASSIC Programmes to Be Pre sented at Sacred Heart Academy The announcements preceding the commencement exercises at the Acad emy of the Sacred Heart Crescent Hill have Just been received and they Include programmes ot unusual merit The annual musicale of the preparatory and intermediate grades will be given on June 2 at 3 oclock In the afternoon when the pupils will give an artistic rendition of vocal and instrumental numbers and several recitations The parents and friends are cordially Invited to at tend these exercises On June 9 there will be a piano recital by Miss Marie Estelle Fossee assisted by Miss Lillian Ackerman and Miss Esther Beyer and on June 16 an other by Miss Esther Ruth Beyer assisted by Misses iLllliah Ackerman and Marie Fossee at each ot which memorized programmes will be ren dered The annual commencement exercises of the Academy of the Sacred Heart will take place June 19 when graduation honors will be conferred on Misses Frances E Morgan Marie E Fossee Lillian M Ackerman Mary E Matthews Esther R Beyer and Genevieve R Boerslg This academy is growing In favor as one of Kentuckys best educational Institutions for girls and young ladles FAREWELL SERMON Tomorrow afternoon at St Vin cent de Pauls church the Rev Father Rudolph C Ruff for several years the energetic and popular as sistant to Father Thome will preach his farewell sermon there Monday Father Ruff will leave for Stlthton to assume the pastorate of St Pat ricks church to which he has been appointed by Bishop ODonaghue During his service at St Vincent de Pauls church Father Ruff won the love and esteem of everybody living In Germantown While the congregation regrets to lose him there Is rejoicing over his promotion and the fact that he has been made head of the church at Stlthton MEMORIAL UNVEILED Priests and people of Evansvllle on Sunday of last week paldxflttlng and lasting tribute to the character and qualities of the late Rev Father Eugene F McBarron for thirtyone years pastor of the Church bt the Assumption in that city The clergy In numbers and a great throng as sembled to witness the unveiling the memorial tablet to Fatheir Mc Barron and the scene in the church where he served so long was mostA impressive Immediately preceding the unveiling Rev iMIcMel Gorman of Rockville delivered A touching eulogy in which he dwelt earnestly upon the virtues which marked tke life of Father HrfaBirron 1ls 1- 1 6 1 LAWN FETE For Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Attracting Widespread Attention Committees Named and Working For Great Summer Festival Will Take Place on Hospital Grounds and Continue Three Days and Nights i FEATURES TO BE INTRODUCED The organization arranging for the great lawn fete and summer fes tlval to be given on the afternoons and nights of June 10 11 and 12 for the benefit of Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital at the last meeting pledged its earnest efforts to make this affair a success In every way Chairman Joseph Overberg presided and the minutes of the previous meeting were read by Secretary WillIam P McDonogh Treasurer Emler reported that he had disposed of a large number of the combina tion books but was still In position to supply the demand Chairman George W Berry reported that he had selected Capt Mike Lovett Ed Brennan Tobe Filbln Andy Kast J L BrownfIeld Ernest Brownfield B J Campbell Jr and John Dettllnger to assist at the wheel of fortune and Chairman Frank Dacher announced as his assistants Will Gatto C R Gaynor Al Car raro and Jack Shelley John Weiss who will erect the booths has select ed E H Wagner Louis Baker and P M OReilly and will add others to his committee The Press Committee selected by Chairman John A Doyle will con sist of John P Cassllly John J Barry Camden R MoAtee Miss Anna Carr and Miss Sadie Doyle As ticket takers Chairman Thomas Wellington will be ably as sisted by Michael Bradley and Jo seph Wellington Further members will be added to this committee later on It necessary or If volunteers offer To arrange for proper lighting ot Jhe grOunds aspecial committeeon l Jijil qffi t 1fWhallen7iBj Campbell JrandSheriff Al Emler was named The telegraph office will be in charge of Col Jack Shea but the corps of assistants will not be made known for the present Chairman Shea proposes to install a wireless apparatus so as to furnish the very latest information at all times Committee on Transportation composed of Dr John H Busche meyor Joseph C Overborg and B J Campbell Jr will endeavor to ar range for the very best street car service obtainable- Dr Buschemeyer has also been named Chairman of the Committee on Health and will name as his as sistants a large number of the doc tors on the Hospital staff as well as other prominent physicians of the city A tent will be erected on the ground with all necessary equip ment so that every attention may be shown in the event any accident should happen or any one should be come ill while attending the lawn feteEach afternoon games of euchre and lotto will be played Mrs P Ernwlne having charge of the euchre while Mrs Steve J Mc Elllbtt has consented to conduct the lotto There will be no admission charged to the afternoon sessions only the regulation charge for the euchre or lotto being made A number of handsome prizes have been secured and In order to show abso lute fairness to all concerned these will be so divided that a certain number of prizes will be assigned to the euchre players and in like man nor a certain number for those par ticipating in the lotto games It has been decided to only operate one wheel of fortune at night crediting to each of the stands the value of the articles from that stand disposed of on the wheel In the afternoon willItless value than those disposed of at nightAnother meeting was held last night with a full representation of the various committees and detaled reports of the work accomplished were made I SAILED FOR EUROPE Rev Francis Felten pastor of St Augustines church for colored peo ple sailed this week from New York for Europe where he will spend the summer Father Felten will go to I Rome and then tour the continent Visiting his relatives and the scenes of his boyhood days His friends In Kentucky wish him a most pleasant Journey and safe return i iDOINGS OF DlUNTEr COUNCIL First Vice President Phil J Sand mann presided at the meeting ot Trinity Council Y M L laat Monday evening President Jdhn M Hennewy being confined to his home with 111 nees for itfae tten days The Membership Committee reported that they are completing arrangements for a large class cit candidates ia the near future and will announce the exact data atde nejt meeting The Pleek OamittTO also reported on the1 tl- t UI annual outing and excursion which takes place at Fern Grove on Wednesday July 10 It was also an nounced that many candidates are trying for positions on Trinitys baseball team their first practice last Sunday with the Hucksters resulting- In a victory for Trinity by K score of four to three The feature of the game was the pitching of Counth for Trinity MACHINE Backed by Administration Pio and IrTbrcrfta Carries State Convention I t it Much Touted Percy Haljr Receiving Credit for Performingt Boys Work 1 A 3 Senator James AVlnsa Victory by Securing 1 Instructions fora Clnrki JAMES OPINION OF THE POST The HalyJfleckham machine backed up by Gov McCreary and all the weight of his administration captured control of the Democratic State convention held here Wednes day at Phoenix Hill Park but not until after a hard fight from Senator Ollie James Congressman Owsley Stanley Mayor Head and Frank Mc Grath who did not have an unlim ited slush fund to carry on their campaign or the backing of the States Chief Executive to hold up appointments for the whipping Into line of unwilling delogates Credit Is being given Percy jHaly for his political shrewdness in manipulating the wires at the convention which wbrk could have been done Just as easily by a twelve yearold schoolboy If he was given a lot of State positions penitentiary guards etc to peddle around tOt votes In pol itics Percy Is about the most over rated man In Kentucky and has only been successful with Beckham be hind him as Governor or now with the support of McjCary On an even footing for the ailr oad Com m18SI0J1er hIP twofyegrs ago Billy Halyr8oolihlrfollowlngitooKgame The following will go as delegates at large from the State to thenatolnal convention a Baltimore John C Mayo Gov James B McCreary Ollie M James Allie W Young Justus Goebel Ben Johnson and Owsley Stanley John C C Mayo was elected National Committeeman succeeding Urey Woodson while Rufus Vansant was chosen State Chairman to succeed R H Prewitt Although defeated for Chairman of the convention Ollie James achieved a big victory by securing Ironbound Instructions for Champ Clark tho HalyBeckham crew finding this a oltter pill to swallow One notice able feature of the convention was that the followers of Beckham and Haly who were always cheering and shouting down with the liquor trust were making frequent visits to the bar outside the hall putting down liquor at every opportunity The Evening Post characterized by Senator James as a lying sheet and Its editor a political harlot lived up to Its lying reputation in pub lishing that the Louisville following was recruited from barrooms and chile parlors and were attempting to howl down the McCreary speakers The leaders ot the local delegation cautioned them not to resent it even after being grossly insulted by the HalyBeckham tool H V McChes ney and the Post fakir present on the stage knew perfectly well that there was no disorder from the Louisville delegation This can be proven by reliable witnesses who were present ANSWERS LAST SUMMONS Mrs Ellen McDopough aged six tysi years died suddenly Saturday morning at the residence ot her son inlaw Wharf master Frank J Dugan 956 South Sixth street due to the bursting of a blood vessel of the brain Mrs aicDonough was a most exemplary Catholic lady whose daily life was a shining example of Christian womanhood Her kindly genial manner won for her a host of friends who deeply mourn her death Besides her daughter Mrs Frank Dugan she leaves two sons Thomas J McDonough Clerk of the Quar terly Court and Sylvester McDon ough an engineer on the L and N railroad The funeral was hold Mon day morning St Louis Bertranda church being nearly filled by the many friends who came to pray for the repose ot tier soul FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer has been appointed to begin tomorrow Trin- Ity Sunday at the Church otBt Columba West Market street These beautiful devotions will commence at the high maw at which Rev Father Kalaher the pastor will offi date and the closing services will take place Tuesday evening St Columbas is one ot the babypar IfthM of the diocese but Is rapidly increasing under the ministration of Father Kalaher A number of the lOOal clergy will Mplit1 during the three days p- n e READY For Unveiling oi Christopher Columbus Memorial Shaft Washington I Many Thousands of Knight Will March in Monster Parade Ceremony to Take Place 011 the Afternoon oi Saturday July 8 RESULT OF YEARS OF WORK The Knights of Columbus throughout the United States Can ada Mexico and the distant posses sions practicallytheColumbusSaturdayJunemanifest and there Is every assur ance that there wll be t least capital on the statue the site of which is directly In front of the Union Sta tion has progressed to the point of completion The heroic figure of Columbus covered with a mantle of cloth is in position and it isa mat ter of hours when the great cap stone or globe will be put In placjM The entertainment that has befll planned by the Citizens Committee consists In part of a big reception at tile PanAmerican Republics build Ing In which President Taft will probably participate There will be public concerts an auto and floral parade a fireworks display on the monument lot fetes In the amusement parks together with many pri vate dinners and entertainments- The parade that will precede the unveiling on June 8 will bo reviewed by President Taft and notable men In official life There will be a big display by the naval and military forces of the Government Following the army and navy contingents In the parade will come the Knights of Columbus division which will be headed by Supreme Knight James A Flaherty of Philadelphia as Grand Marshal It is stated at the office of the Knights of Columbus head quarters that there will be more than 00 rOOOjlf dfnlineV16dts depicting various events in the life of Colum bus will be in this division The Knights of Columbus of Washington have contracted for a float showing the landing of Columbus the cost of which will be 1000 Other Jurisdic tions of the Knights of Columbus also will have floats in the parade The fourth degree branch of the Knights will have the right of line In the Knights division and they will wear their regulation dress for parade consisting of the conven tional frock coat dark gray trousers silk hats gray ties gray gloves and black shoes Baldrics will be worn and swords will be carried in the parade The representation from each State in the Union will carry the American slag and their State flag Three trainloads of marchers are coming from Chicago alone From the city of Boston and Massa chusetts generally will come at least 15000 men Pennsylvania will send a vast concourse of marchers Mary land will have 3000 men In line A special train will come from Califor nia with at least 1000 marchers in the party From New Jersey Dela ware the New England States the Middle West and even from the Far West will come great numbers of paraders and unveiling reviewers New York State will contribute a throng Kentucky and the Southern States will be particularly well rep resented Cuba will have a big con tingent in the parade From the Dominion of Canada delegations of large proportions have planned to come to Washington for the unevll Ing It Is estimated that at least 7000 persons will journey to Wash ington from the provinces of the Dominion The procession will terminate after the paraders have I passed the statue being reviewed by the President and others In theof ficial stand The sentiment that the memory of Columbus should be fittingly honored has been growing for a long time It found its fruition when the National Government by an act of Congress passed March 41907 ap propriated 100000 to set up a fit ting memorial In the nations capital to the memory of Columbus and ever since then much zeal has been shown by the public at large to In sure a fitting ceremonial on the oc casion of its unveiling The Knights of Columbus took a leading part in the encouragement of the national legislation and since its passage have planned and looked forward with great Interest to the day when the statue would be unveiled The site in Washington Is regarded as the best possible It Is right at the door way ot the handsome Union Station one of the largest in the world and will face the United States Capitol only three blocks away The passage of the bill making the Columbus memorial possible was especially gratifying to the Knights of Colum bus to whom the memory of the Illustrious patron of the order is particularly dear The Knights have been faithful champions ot his cause and labored for years to secure na tonal recognition of his achieve mast They have been particularly active In the advocacy of Columbus CI i day as a national holiday an ambi tion which it is hoped will be real ized soon The day is already a na tional holiday In a great many States and its observance serves to bring out not only a large outpour tag of the Knights but of other great organized bodies of men who appre ciate to the full the wonderful serv ice rendered the Government HOLY CROSS Rev Father Henry Coming- to Growing West End Parish Members of Holy Cross congregation Thirtysecond and Broadway are congratulating themselves on the appointment by iBishop ODonaghuo of the Rev Father J S Henry to the pastorate of their church vacant since the death of the lamented Father John Sheridan Father Henry will comq to Louisville next week when he will receive a wel come that will at once make him feel at homo In his new and enlarged field of labor IFor years Father Henry has been the faithful pastor of St Patricks church at Stithton and the mission at Vine Grove where he was held In high esteem by Catholics and Protestants alike Tuesday he preached his last sermon at Vine Grove and at the high mass tomorrow at St Patricks will bid farewell to the people of Stlthton who have found In him a faithful shepherd and spiritual adviser The Holy Cross parish has been growing rapidly and will soon rank with the largest in the city and therefore its members are rejoiced to have In the place of Father Sheridan a priest of the ability and zeal of Father Henry F t1tb Niltred of the Passlonlst er whbsnyi8 temporarily In rge of the parish and made fri nds with all will+ xeturn to the Sac ed Heart Retreat REBATED Knights and Ladles Make Changes In Their Laws Tievblennlal convention of the Catholic knights and Ladles of America in session at Memphis last week elected new officers and made Important changes in its laws The report of President Leonard showed a healthy growth and the legislation adopted gives this order an in creased degree of stability The question of reratlng occupied the greater part of the time of the co- nontioiiandrest lte8lnitheladoptlbn of tho National Fraternal Congress flat rate assessment at entry age which means an increase of at least 10 per cent This rate will go Into effect next month but will not apply to old members until a year later The following are the Supreme officers elected for the next two years Spiritual DirectorVery Rev J Moran 0 P Mlnneapols Minn President Charles H Marr Wy andotte Mich Vice PresidentMiss Mary E Sheridan iLouifvllle SecretaryHenry F Hayes Chi cago Ill- TreasurerMrs JulIa L OKeefe St LouisMedical DirectorDr M T Collins Sedalla 11- IoTrusteesFrank P Oss Detroit John C Bauer Detroit Joseph P Carey Memphis SPRING BANK BARBECUE Final arrangements are being made for the entertaining of a mon ster crowd at the old fashioned bar becue and burgoo at Spring Bank Park next Tuesday under the aus pices of the Spring Bank Club and the promoters are prepared to feed an army If necessary Jack Badders the famous burgoo chef Is preparing the bill of fare and promises to surpass anything In this line ever before attempted Col John H Whallen Is general manager and has charge of the disposal of tickets which are being sold for 1 en titling the holder to all privileges The park can be reached by taking either the West Walnut or West Broadway cars and transferring at Twentyeighth and Greenwood ave nue INJURY PROVES FATAL Henry Nltzken fortysix years of age and a widely known and popular resident of the West End died Wednesday afternoon at his home 2511 West Chestnut street from in juries sustained when a street car collided with his buggy at Clay and Jefferson streets last fall A negro who was driving the buggy died ot his Injuries a few days after the accident Mr Nltzken leaves a wife and seven children and a brother and sister His funeral will take place this morning from St Marys church of which he was a Ufeong member ST VINCENTS DE PAULS Rev Francis Kellar a young and energetic priest but recently ordained has been appointed assistant pastor of St Vincent de Pauls church succeeding fflev Father Ruff who roes to Stith ton Tomor row morning at St Vincent de Pauls twentynine boys and girls will receive their first holy communion at a high mass at which the Rev Father Thoriio the pastor will offi ciate At2 oclock in the afternoon there will be vespers andbenydlc tion when the first communicants1 will renew their baptismal vows kna be enrolled tnthe league ot ito Sacred Heart X 0- L F t I2 HAT UNION MADE 2ISEELBACH HOTEL UII 1 FEDERATION r s Interest In the Coming National Convention is Growing- Itl1pldly Certain That Every City Parish Will Be Represented In tho Parade I Bishop ODonaghuo Inviting High Dignitaries of Church to Come CAFHOLIC EDITORS ARE COMING Interest in the coming convention of the American Federation of Cath olic Societies to convene in Louis apaceThisat the meeting of the Advisory ComMtmittee held on Tuesday evening at the Catholic Womans Club presided t over by the Very Rev James P Cronin V G and for which John SecretaryIoathers presentGeneralCooney and Secretary James B Kelly are highly pleased with the reports they are receiving from allot the Chairmen of Committees as to the progress of the work in hand that is to prepare for the proper reception ot the delegates and the great throng which promises to be present This work Involves an Im mense amount of labor but every committeeman Is willingly doing his share Chairman Cooney said Col John H Whallen always enthusiastic Jn everything he under takes feels jubilant over the pros pects for the parade which he be lieves will be the biggest demonstra tion ever given In Louisville The present estimate of Col Whallen is that it will be four miles long at least Since the Advisory Commit tee sent out letters to the clergy asking their cooperation greater in terest has been shown in every par ish In the city and It Is now certain that each parish will be represented either with a float or otherwise The parish of St Helen in the coun try Just outside the city limits will come in on horseback with a float beside This congregation Is made npo farm r and gar FatherPeifer proposes hat they A make s showing 3liat will make the others sit up and take notice when his boys ride down the pike TheJ the colored people are enthusiast Bt Augustines and St Pj Clavers parishes will be in thee lade with floats If the colored pe pie can afford floats certainly the whites can There is a mistaken Idea about the cost of a float It need not cost more than 50 or 75 If tho members of the congregation the ladles especially assist in decorating the vehicle Of course several hundred dollars might be expended with propriety but all of the congregations can not afford this There will be a meeting ot St Pat ricks congregation held In the school hall at Thirteenth and Market streets Monday night next to take action about the parade As Father Cronin the rector otSt Patricks 1 Is very enthusiastic himself it is expected that his parishioners will be equally so and something fine Is expected from St Patricks Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue is sending out letters to the clergy asking their attendance These invita tions include the Papal Delegate the Cardinals and several Archbishops and Bishops This whole matter was left to the Bishop who has kindly consented to urge the attendance of as many as possible of the high dig nitaries of the church Chairman Cooney said that some notable ad dresses would be delivered at the Armory during the public assemblages The topics to be discussed have not yet been decided upon Chairman Cooney Is busy with the work of arranging the programme of exercises which will be announced In due time The Catholic editors of the country will also meet in Louisville durin-g the week of the Federation meet- Ing and it Is important that these QulteaIeditorial party The local Federation wants the editors to go away with a good impression of Louisville so that the city and especially Its Catholic people bo placed Intlieproper light before the country It is the intention to properly caro for the editorial party Various minor meetings of the m committees will be held during this week but no formal meeting win be GeneralCommitteeWomans Club Mr John P ifias silly who Is looking after the souvenir book says that Edward Fitzpatrick who is writing tho history has made the work highly interesting and he fools satisfied the public will appreciate the Souvenir when r they read It- SUMMER TRIP ABROAD Rev Father Otto Hafen pastor of St Anthonys church at De th8Covingtonrow for an extended trip to Europe wlerebe will visit his aged parents and officiate at the marriage of his brother at Munich Bavarian n p PI tT 4 T 0 1 orTEl r v t tKeJSTU x tsn AM JO 1 ivuNTliGKYI IRISH flMERIGflN voted to the Social and ha orJ dvanccmemeiit of Irlah Americans and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young M ns Institute and Catholic Knights of America KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5 c Bnttred tli LoulivllU Poitottlct at becoadCliM fetter Udressill CommulcitloDt to the KENTl KY IRISH AMERICAN 319T21 Westt Oren S =LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 1 1912 WILL THEY TELL Will any one toll us where were the Guardians of Liberty during the past week Everywhere Decor tion day services were held and everywhere they were missing The did not honor the countrys heroic dead Really they are not built that way nor for that purpose How dif ferent with New Yorks Irish Sixty ninth Regiment tho fighting trial Ninth of Boston the Irish Volunteer First of New York City and Irish companies throughout the United States who won glory In defense 01 the Stars and tSrlpes In the notional cemeteries sleep thousands 01 Catholic heroes who stood side by side with Protestant heroes an sacrificed their lives for their ctfun try And neither questioned th religion of the other They were th true guardians true soldiers and true Christians But with them car not be classed Miles Guardians 01 Liberty the Junior Order or the A P A whoso blgotr and selfish ness would destroy the constitution and end in chaos The Kentucky Irish America joins the coreligionists of Rabbi r G Enlow in bidding him farewell and expresess the hope that in hi larger field in New York City ho wll11 receive the same warmheartet Ii treatment that was bestowed on him here in Louisville When the centenniol of the War f of 1812 is celebrated this month there shouWITeno salutation of the Brjtlshffag let us bestow all ou honors on the Stars and Stripes Those who would do otherwise may go to England Col Roosevelt has now an ap parent lead over President Taft for thE Republican nomination for theI Presidency With Champ Clark asI the Democratic nominee what the voters will do to the G QIp wty be plenty a Many have Basked tyhat right has the President of the United States celving some 6250 per month to nd his time flying about the try canvassing for votes The ople wtll Answer the question next November The Republican New York Times declines to throw the charitable mantle of insanity over Col Roosevelt ndsays he is as sound in mind as any other calculating aril unscrupulous demagogue 4Atthe commemoration at New Orleans of the one Hundredth anniversary pf tha admission of the State of Louisiana tothe Union I Archbishop Blenk delivered the opening prayer While Roosevelt may wreck and destroy the Republican partyhe can rot make himself President LAWN EUCHRE The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians is preparing to entertain a large crowd at its lawn euchre next Mon day evening on the spacious lawn of Mr arid Mrs Gus Ansbach 1621 West Broadway The ladles have secured many yaluable prizes for the occasion and the arrangements of lighting by electric light Is sure to provo a splendid attraction COMMFNCEDIENT- Tho Kentucky Irish American has President lege to the ninetyfirst annual corn mencement of the famous ICentucky seat of learning which will be held in the college hall on Thursday June 19 From all parts of the country will come notable people to witness there exerclses ST CHARLES BQRROIEp Prof George Ruffner well known in local musical circles has accepted the position oC organist at St QUarJes Uorrpmeo and will handle the grand organ bought for the now ti whotiyearsw111sCrvjcesalring MOUNT PLEASANT SOCIALS The Mount Pleasant Socials an orgaulsatioa founded many years ago pad tarrying on its rolls the smee oi some ofI buI YllleB oldest and beet knbwn citizens will havga- great reunion at qhpentx Hll Park n tMonday afternoon i14tji bttilo which they Invite all their friends The aintoBjpwnU will be nAimergfar and will Include euckrdand lotto games both afternoon andsevenlrig4 I f A really pleaiant tti t Miured those who attendk o l II SOGiEY I Sk tfA JJ XJLJ hacYof this city I IMrs James ONeil of Soutl Louisville spent last week visltlnj friends in Harrodsburg Miss Margaret Gonnlff has beer spending some time in Irvington visiting Mrs Jerry Tilford f Mrs Dennis Shanahan had as he guests this week Misses Mamie an f Annie Kelly of St Paul hedMonday night at he home on West Broadway- S 0Miss Margaret Conniff has returned from Irvington where sir visited Mrs Jerry Tilford f T E Hayes and I F T Kreme were among those from this city reg Istered In New York last week Miss Maggie Bolger of the Wes End spent tbe past week with Mrs John Gorman in South Louisville 11MrB oHgnbits o t 1 Mr and MxsffJohn RIley of Qii BjreotHaverhad as their guests Sw rand Mrs Ben Watson of Lexington1 loUtl Mrs James ONell of InrHarodsbllrgBixler James J Brady of Indianapolis- r arrived last week to visit hli brother Matthew Brady and Mrs Brady at St Matthews Mrs J Terrence Mahan Twenty eighth street has been cntertalnlni Mrs James iMahan and daughter KlIss Daisy Mahan of Decatur Ill Mrs Thomas Priscoll and daugh ters were called to Frankfort last Friday where they attended the fu neral of Con McCarthy for many years Deputyllnlted States Marshal f iI Drs James Cassidy J J Malbneyl and Q CfWilsbn of CdvlngtonJ wore visitors and attended the State Den tal Association convention held here the first half of the week Tho marriage of George Brady of Povlngton and Miss Edna ODon nell of Ludlow on June 25 will be an event of interest in the society circles tit both dines William J Barry left yesterday on a visit to New York Philadelphia and iAtlahtlc dlty Before returning he wit visit Washington to be pres ent at the unveiling of the Columbus statue on June 8 I Mrs Frank IFehr and daughter Miss Clarissa Fehr are in Chicago the guests of Mrl and lira FrankI II accompanyIi I trip td Europe f f1Ir and Mrs Clements Wiegand announce the engagement of theirI daugtiterlllsll Roseline H Vlegand to Fred J Oolle The wedding which will be one of interest will be solemnized Juno 12 Misses Anna May and Sadie Westefeld of 1801 Tyler avenue left last week on a visit to Colorado Springs where they will Join their brother Louis who has been there for his health for the past several weeks Mrs Henry Pierce of Atlanta has Just concluded a very enjoyable visit to her brothers Messrs John and James Furey Mrs Pierce is a woman of striking personality and she endeared herself to the many persons with whom she came in con tact while in this city Miss Percy Murphy entertained at her homo Sunday afternoon witba miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss rAlvina Becker The guests included Misses Virginia MoGrath Elizabeth Lanahan Kathryn Murphy Ruth Lanahan Nell Fahey Katharine Drlscoll Blanche Mc Grath Kate Barrett Mathilda Schlehk Mary Blckol Mary Mulcay Mary Johnson Lady Becker Loretto Murphy Agnes Carney Marie Walsh I atle Miller Martha Burke Elizabeth elegel Alvina Becker and Percy Murphy JUBILEE WEEK Last week was a happy one for the Notre Dame Staters the alumnae and pupils of Holy Angels Academy at Fort Zee N J This was because of the golden jubilee of Sister Mary Nbnna which Vas Celebrated with reltgJbuB arid public exercises that attracted people from New Jersey i andthe surrounding States I I IRIT PRIHST fADE BISHOP I I lePoMJ ratlfled the recbm i mafjdation of thet pbnatitorlal Godtt rrtratlonJ appo gRIIY Patrlok t ryaB of jifnfrew ttt the dleesa of t Pembroke Caaiidaae Auxiliary to e he Btohop 4f Pembroke TJih rr- itleof BMi p tf CUwnn ia The a ntr S MAIN ENTRANCE TO FONTAINE FERRY PARK I new Bishop was in charge of th I SprlngburnIand Was assoblated with other Iris editors in the archdiocese includinI St Lukes and Saltcoats I INDUSTRIES Marl Ra Ldly Gaining Prosperity And SollRcllniicoi lu Ireland WidepI Were Famous In Days Long t Gone Byr- II Itr Liiicn Boot faking t Laco an Other Growing Blan utacturcR tI AGAIN W AVE WOOL ROOD IIjom Dublin comes intelligent that Irelands progress in Industr In the last ten years has been no les striking than her progress in agrl culture and unlike the agriculture advance which Is due In some do gree to State aid the Industrial growth owes its origin entirely tJ the new spirit of selfreliance among ofIrelandneighborhoodsI Industrial preeminence Belfasts shipbuilding industry is the greatest In1 the world The linen maiiufc turing trade of Belfast rind the nbrtheast Ulster towns supplies the World with its flax products arid the goodetoI These great industries have shared In the prosperity of Ireland but are not dependent on Ufor the greater exportedThecreasing industrial prosperity is the enormous growth of small industries many 6f which are revivals of activi ties for which Irelarid was famous in days gone by One of the most no table of these is the Woolen Industry Before the union Irish woolen goods were famous on this side of the compstitlon and about all that were produced quantitieBnbeen established all oVer the coun try and Irish suitings and dress goods are coming into their own again In all these enterprises sac cess has come from tile elimination of management expenses The managers are their own designers and salesmen and one foreman looks after all the processes The subdivision of labor common In larger enterprises would be fatal to these infant Industries The wool Is obtained from the local farmers who are encouraged to breed the right kind of sheep and the labor Is all drawn from the surrounding die tricts Boot and shoe making is another Industry which Is reviving in Ireland Limerick boots Were once sought after by dandies all over Europe Then English and later American competition destroyed the Industry but today there are three larga factories in Limerick An interesting instance of the ef feet of the Sinn Fein m vement on the revival of industry is found In the Kilkenny woodworkers This en terpriset was started a few years ago by a few young mechanics and art ists who wished to revive some of lhe traditional Irish forms in lurid lure and decoration So quickly did It succeed that today Kilkenny fur niture is found In all parts of Ireland and a large export trade is growing up Another feature ot the revival is the growth of what are known as home industries There has always been a great deal of this in Ireland lofably in the embroidery and sew Ing trades ahdtti a lees extent In lace manufacturing Nearly all the em iroideriug of handkerchiefs for in stance is done by Irish girls In their ibtnes and much of the shirt mak ng for the Derry factories la also parceled out in the saDe way In the last nine or ten years there ias been a great revival in lace malt rip fclaoMw have been fdrmed par lIculRrly nthfWt where girls are aught to produce not Only the traIltlbnai Irish lao Ai but the best I oiitlnehtal patterns M well Con out ialioola have in pertlcuMIy ettvaiahid MIral C eII BACO NSi NOW GOING ON I IAnniversaryI i ENDS MONDAY JUNE 3 A quarter of a mil s = lion dollars worth of choice Summe- rmerchandise j at sensationally low I prices SOMEYoitr Best Interests Demand That You C- omejCON8SQN 1 jf I Dome Fhoae7804 S THIRD ST 2391y SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP Itn MILES FOR IJU 50 CENTS 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 am goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 proi ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That WW Interest Members Here and Else where Reports at the Illinois State con vention show the order Ina healthy state Rhode island have 200 affWashifgton The last initiation at Toeldo Ohio brought the membership up to 1100 in that city r A council with thirty charter mem- berS has Just been instituted at Hinsboro Ore The Knights leet their hall and itsII coritenU in tile big lire last week at- floustoriTexae I Oregon Knights will pay a per capita tax of thirtyfive cents annually lor the education ot clerical students Under the auapIoea of Mt Adams Council at Oikolinatl last andaj the d gree fXBtg tko d was con 8- rr rltdon a olaaq of severity ff- IL big event st Port Wayne last I 0 TNT SEASON IS HERE Tents For Sate and For Rent Tents Esptciaty Adapted For Camping Purpose OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT VVE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY LOUISVILLE TENT AWNING CO 116 Camb fl will THE BIO PA- RKRIVERVIEW The Show Place of the South Open pay and Evening With a variety of amusement affording a huge treat to the thousands of men LouisvilleFreePhUlpplniand ONTAINEFERR The Park Beautiful XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matinees including Sun day all seats 10c Night 10c and 2Oc free Concerts By Natlellts land MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS PHOENIX HILL PARK C Qnett Fox the Season mD 115 THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings This beautiful Park has been greatly unproved and le1 furnished with perfect equlpmeet throughout Societies Arid lartlfS Should consult the managitaientoif Pfloenix fUll before clbsISz contracts HARRY DECKER Assistant Manager sih Sunday was the fourth degree exam liffpation when 125 candidatM re slved the degree This w aU eIrat time the fourth WM given lIIhdlana outside Indlariapclte c j n FANCY LACESI FOR WEDDING AND SUMMER DRESSES II- i SUCH ASii i Clwny Baby Irish Ratine Ii Macrame Valenciennes Laces Real Handcrochet Roses Each 5c Real Handcrochet Medallions I Each lOc Real Handcrochet Yokes for collarless waists 44c limitation Oluny JLaces Wide widths bands and edges come In white and ecru at yardlOc to lOc Valenciennes Laces French and German make broken match sets at yard 4- c1iDaintyand Insertions for finishing necks I and 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HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 4S1O LHii3T 3 TeJepkoBe 1M2 J 1t o Q z1 IN FOR PARADE t 1 Division 4 Is Enthusiast lc I Over Federation j I Paradei I The coming convention of the t Catholic Federation which will be- tt held hero in August was the principal topic of discussion at the meet Ing of Division 4 lA O H on Monday evening in Dertrand Hall and 1It was the consensus of opinion ot those present that the A O H of Jefferson county should he repre sented with a handsome float in the parade and a marching club organ IzedThe division also purchased outright a quantity of the combina tion books which are being disposed of by tho local federation County President Thomas Dolan was pres ent receiving a warm welcome from the members his visit being for the purpose of installing Treasure Downey who succeeded the late Harry Brady He urged the mem bers to give their hearty support to the picnic which will be given at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday June 24 for the purpose of raising funds to entertain the State A 0 H convention which will bo held here in I September A new poet laureate was uncovered at the meeting when a poem on the sinking of the Titanic was read the author being Thomas Farrell a member of the division and who President John Hennessy has given the sobriquet of The Limerick Poet INDICTMENT Returned Against the Evening Posts Police Paragon At Indianapolis on Wednesday Robert J Foster detective for the National Erectors Association was indicted by the county grand Jury charged with assault and battery on Frank M Ryan President of the In ternational Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers The grand Jury failed to indict on the charge of intent to kill an allega tion which was made in a Justice of the Peace court Fosters bond of 200 will stand until after le Is re arrested The case grew from an assault fast January during the Fed tar fjLRttb cNamara dynamiting conspiracy when itTv said that Foster struck Ryan with a revolver In the latters office This is the same Foster whose unsavory record was exposed in these col umns but whom the Evening Post has been holding up as a model peace officer RECENT DEATHS Friends and relatives mourn the death of Miss Marie Rupp the eigh teenyearold daughter of Mary and the late George Rupp Her funeral took place Tuesday naming with a solemn reqiilenvtaass St Cecilias church For the bereaved mother there Is most heartfelt Sympathy f Early Wednesday morning death entered the home of Henry arid Catherine tAckerman Shelby and Fehr avenge and took from them their little daughter Catherine Marie who had Just passed her first birthday The funeral took place from St Boniface church with Inter ment In St Michaels cemetery The funeral of Mrs Fannie E Mann 1131 Payne street took place Monday morning from St lAloyiua church which was thronged with mourning friends and relatives Mrs Mann was fiftythree years old and the widow of the lato Edward L Mann She leaves three sons John Edward arid William Mann two brothers John and William Keefe and her mother Mrs Bridget Keefe The Angel of Death visited the home of Mr and Mrs Michael Moran 114 Vernon avenue and took from them their beloved and prom ising fiveyearold son Edward Francis after an Illness of only a few days duration His funeral took place Tuesday morning with Interment in St Louis cemetery The bereaved father is Superintendent of the new Louisville Packing Comp pang 1 The death Monday evening of Michael J Crosby a well known and popular L and N engineer takes from the Dominican parish another of its devout members He had been ill only a short time and the news of his demise came as a shock to his relatives and associates Besides his wife who was Miss Alice Dillon two sons and two daughters survive to whom heartfelt sympathy Is extended Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at St Louis Bertrands and were largely attended Enos Armbruster one of the oldest German Catholic residents of Southern Indiana died last Saturday at his home In New Albany where he had lived since 1862 Besides his WIdow he Is survived by threes ns and four daughters They are rank Enoch and Albert Arm bruster Mrs Po Weekraan Miss Carrie Armbrustor and two Sisters of Charity Sister Longina and Sister Linus He also Is survived by a sister Mrs Frank Richards and a brother Benjamin Armbruster both of New Albany The funeral serv- Ices were lied at St Marys Rev Father Spibertz ot intI1Jiatlhe mass ot tequlem PIONIO FOB UNIT X Unity Council y M I oi New A- lbanyis preparing for a big gathering at the annual picnic to be held at Glenwood Park on Juno 13 Cdm1 ilttees have been working for several weeks and promise a pro rarame that will have spjne entirely new aa usemest features SPEAKER OF ENGLISH 1 Just about 10 per eeat of the- worldss tafcabihmUp tpMk the Bag leh language rj t 4 o f o w tet ft ROQer BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their 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Building Louisville Ky WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANG 15FOOT ROOMt SDESIAND CEILING FORI GULLEY 350ISeventh and Oak Sts i Cumb S 2692A Horns 81- 26ftNRY ftUNoLb DKAUJR IN laple and Fancy Groceries i A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty t Homl rhone 4330 5M W WAUIUT HOME PHONE 3924 Fred T lleilernan Grocery and Gafe ff- FINB WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO- N W IolveI 1 J lLBrownfiedGo 553 THIRD ST ilneJa d QrmtfaQtlf TEAM and HOT WATER Ifi1E T Q y Deat Build Wlt i + JIP7M6 U y I r Praised B Father Korby + Pro ItesRo at tile Catholic University Are Ito d dcrlllffycry Great Ser ice to Real Social Progress fMnjf YetPutan Effective Check On Socialistic Advance iELiEVE IN OUR INSTITUTIONS The Rev William J Kerby D D Washington lecturesPhilopatrianLiterary bylaborand safeguarding the laboring men of partTherecog- nized the principle that laborers may forth unions for purposes of mutual protection Economists are generally agreed that labor unions are rendering very great service to real social progress Political lead em are willing to accept direction in recognizedlaborI organizedlaborpolicies Great numbers of employ ers find it to their advantage to deal systematically and In friendliness with organizations of labor Representatives of religion are outspoken In their defense of the essentials for which tho unions stand Under such strong and varied endorsement as this labor unions are practically freed from the necessity of apolog izing for their existence Nevertheless much criticism is heard Fault is found with leaders because they are suspected of violence selfseeking brutal methods and insincerity Complaint is made against many of the customary poli cies of the unions Unqualified con demnation is often expressed of the action of unions in definite situations No friend of organized labor would think of denying that at times he facts justify such condemna But all friends of organized 1 iat the movement as a ed as a whole that Llerstood its aims be and its policies andF0s of which it nned rig to o tut fe acted as- aborlngj class be tore modern society In conditions which most of us have regretted and few of us would have known how to remedy except for the guidance that the awakened laboring class has of fered us The Industrial magnate keeps his attorney at his side al ways to protect his Interests to direct his action and even to control his speech and correspondence The laboring class has had no attorney except Its organization The unions have enabled right minded employers to correct conditions they have enabled Legisla tures or at least greatly assisted them to pass laws which elementary human decency demanded and our best statesmanship would have been unable otherwise to enact The unions have taught us the limitations of competition and the moral and social value of restraining it They have presented reasonable ideals to the whole laboring class and have to a great extent thereby protected It against the dangerous seductions of the Ideals which Socialism so recklessly offers to the unsuspecting millions Organized labor has proclaimed confidence in Constitution in our fundamental ns and their resources lour Socialism has systematically preached the gospel of despair The unions have failed to win all laboring men for a variety of reasons They have failed to hold nit of their members partly because Socialism has won them over and they have come to believe in the de nunciations and abuse which the public has often thoughtlessly ex pressed As Socialism develops the discerning public will undoubtedly begin to understand the philosophy of organized abor Conservation leaders may yet see the daywhen they will not be ashamed to ask the labor union to take Its place In modern life as the best equipped and most effective agency to secure the Industrial and social reforms which Humanity demands and put an ef fictive check on the advances ol Socialism 3KMOIUAIj FOR FIREMEN ofForthe New York fire department a 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nonCatholic and Editor of the famous publication Branns Iconoclastt Dont w fail to take advantage of this offer 7 H0ME PHONE 7550 HOUSEHOLD GOODS CHAS DECKEL SON FURNITUREu STOVESi h RUGS MATTINGS ETC 321 Eu Mtrktf ft NMtk Side Bet Presttn t uifltytf I u u r- Jr JIANSAI at They Have en Doing the Past WeekJperal News Note There are fortyseven dslons In the County Armagh Irelard The membership of th Ladles Auxiliary in Massachusetts in ex cess of 15000 diesAuxiliaryFederation parade Plans are under way fir th Indiana State convention to be hel at ICokomo next August Division 4 is making a determined effort to lead at the Phoenix HI celebration on June 24 Division 3 meets Monday nigl and every member is urged to b there and see the work During the past four months over 200 nev members were added to theI order at Rutland Vermont Thj Hibernians of Portland Ore have secured a lot and will erei their hall on Russell street Seven hundred members of th Ancient Order took part in the Milwaukee Memorial day parade The Denver Ladles Auxiliary received holy communion In a body Sunday morning at the Cathedral Last week the Terre Haute degree team initiated fiftythree member for the Ladles Auxiliary at Brazil The County Board of Worcester Mass will send as national delegate the one securing the most mem bersEvery member should see that his friends and neighbors have tickets for the annual celebration at Phoe nix Hill Jeffersonville and New Albany are invited and are expected to be well represented at Phoenix Hill on Tune 24- The Ladies Auxiliary of BerlinS N H had a memorial mass said for the repose of the souls of the Titanic victims The County Board witnessed the Initiation of a large class Into the Ladles Auxiliary at St Paul on Wednesday night The Ladies Auxiliary of Rich mond Ind entertained 300 people at a strawberry festival for the benefit of St Marys church fund At an entertainment given in honor of charter members of Division 1 of Duluth the Right Rev Bishop MoGolrlck delivered an en husiastic address Division 22 of Scranton played Robert Emmet for the benefit sM the Church of the Nativlt nclont Order never f needs Its asslsd Division 2 is HIT nd at the meet tght it is expe oral appllcatii Ford will the- Ifappolntme The ur onyxcloc for his dew p- Louisville iHibernlayb wi pleased to learn that there has bed n a marked inprovement in the cond Lion of Thomas Lawler the genie1 Treasurer of Division 1 who may b 0 able to attend the next meeting Tuesday night an important and Interesting meeting of Division 1 will be held at Falls City Hall President Cusick will name committee for the Phoenix Mill celebration am therefore requests all members t attend RIVERVIEW ATTRACTIONS Don Phllipplni and his famou band the Blvervlew players Miss Suzanna Lehmann and the unex celled orchestra in the novelty danc 0 pavilion form a quartette of feat ures that is proving a magnet fOl Rivervlew Park called Joylani long the river and Kentucky famous and beautiful playground iII now in the height of midsummer attractiveness with its big shade tree in full foliage and the buildings and devices In new dress presenting in harmony of color that is most pleas Ing to the eye The mlnature rail road Is now In operation and is prov Ing a delight for the youngsters FOR IRISH DAY Last Saturday In Cincinnati at a meeting of representatives of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick Ancient Order of Hibernians Wolfe Ton Club Grattan Club Irish America Alliance and the Old ouard tFenlal Brotherhood an associated organs tation was formed A C Gllllgai was elected President and other officers chosen as follows John Doyle Vice President Michael Durkin Sec rotary Robert I Sweeney Treas urer Sunday August 18 was selected as the date for the fifth an nual celebration of Irish day Cheater Park will be the scene of the celebration and a rousing demon titration is expected DIAMOND JUBILEE Tomorrbw the clergy arid people of St Boniface parish will celebrate the diamond jubilee of the founding of their church For weeks preparations have been under way for this event and the religious exercises will be as brilliant and Impressive- as over witnessed in this city Bishop ODonaghue will be present and a number of priests will occupy seats in the sanctuary CATHOLIC LEAGUE SCHEDULE The teams of the Catholic Base ball League will meet tomorrow follows At Shawnee ParkSt Williams vs St Martins St Anthonys vs St Brigids St Varies v Holy Trinity At Spring Bank Parkaft Louis Jertrands VB Holy Crow CONFIRMATION Tomorrow morning the children of the Church of at aTrineW AssisiII- 91t the Btrdstbwh road will receive J n n ff CUSCADNGIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE- CREAMPHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street FORI furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to R WMF MAYER 419 V MARKET S- TMONENTS Having purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Man un ent Company we are In a posit on to offer the same to parties fishing to im prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoo m 1ETY DIRECTORY A O III- DIVISION 1 Falls City Hall n First ind Third Tuesday ntMartin J Cuslck Resident Charles J Finne ding Secretary Anthony J is 4- nclall Sec ryJoseph Far lanclail SecretayJos EFar 1 JL8BS W4lst Market Treasurer =Thomas P Lawler SergeantatAnna Louis Roller L Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION 2 I 4ts first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wai nut streets ForddI Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J OKeefe Financial Secretary John J Keaney 1607 Dumosnll Sergeant at Arms J Charles Obst SentinelEdward Brennan 1DIVISION S I Meow First and Third Mondays Ilneteehth and Portland PresidentHugh HourIgan Vice President J M Maloney J Recording SecretaryThos Stev LensL Secretary John G Hesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantsArms James Stevens SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertraad Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy l Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar L ry Financial Secretary Thomac J Langan 807 West Oak TreasurerThomas Downey Sergeant atArmaJohn Coleman SentfnelMJ McDermott XV M X MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank G Adams First Vice PresIdentA O Link Second Vice PresidentWilliam RlhnFhianclaISecretary1Wm Link Recording Secretary Robert Oe borne Corresponding Secretary George J Lautz Treasurer Robert T Burke Marshal Fured Schuler Inside Sentinel Peter Andrlot Outside SentinelJoseph Higgins their first holy communion and be confirmed by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue EMBARKS IX NEWFIELD John J iWestefleld formerly btok Lleoper with the German Insurance Bank has entered the Insurance field Jowb1ng conneksted with the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company whose offices are fa the ToddbuIIdlng Mr Westefelds many friends knowing of his hustling ability predict a brjgbjfc future for him In his new enterprise and con tult ttoa eoa any on this Acqulei- ri io their rank xi n- ffII i un IRELAND Record of the Most Important ot the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges The Rev John OGrady has been transferred from Glasgow to Castle barStephenson Bros of Klltucaden have taken over the Marquis of Waterfords woolen mills at Kllmac thomas Commlsslgnershave Donogh solicitor In room of P E Carrol resigned Mary Corr one of the oldest res- Idents of Clones died at an advanced age She was interred In the old Abbey cemetery The Kells Board of Guardians have decided to receive no more but ter from the contractors unless it 1Is guaranteed Irish At a meeting of the Castle rea Board of Guardians it was stated that the number of inmates in the Institution was 139 Out of five candidates two of whom only were proposed the Car low District Council has elected W G Douglas Newtownbarry as Its engineerThe death has occurred at Avthurstown County Wexford of T W Power a very popular member of the New Ross District Council and Board of Guardians The Cork Corporation decided to confer the freedom of the city on Canon OLeary Castlelyons and Dr Kuno Meyer In recognition of their services to the Irish language The death took place at Bally laggan near Ballygawley of Patrick MoDermott at the advanced age oi 102 The deceased retained all his Faculties unimpaired almost to the last A young man named Michael Donohoe of Ahamona three miles From Arva was found dead in bed byt his brother who brought him some breakfast Deceased had been complaining for some time The Most Rev Dr Higgins who has been appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Tuam and parish priest of Castle bar in succession to the late Canon Lyons had a warm welcome when he took over his pastoral charge The death has occurred at Inchi core of G Banlm who took a prom inent part In the 67 movement He was a son of E Banim Inchicore and enjoyed an extensive popularity AoUIr 1 atwTallnght Polling for the election of tI Borough Councillor for the Glent worth ward LImerick occasioned e considerable interest to the citizens In view of local divisions Five can dldates were in the field Nearl 660 out of 660 voters polled and the result was the election of P J OtDonnell The golden jubilee was recentl celebrated of St Brigids Convent 01t Mercy Clara Kings county It wos the wish of the Sisters that the cele bratlon should be of an entirel private nature But rumor got abroad with the result that at avalanche of congratulations an good wishes poured info the cbii1 Tent Mrs Kitty Campbell of Lout Village who is 103 years of age 1II the oldest Gaelic speaker In thai county She has a distinct recollec tlon of the famous Wild GOOS Lodge burning which took place 1II 1817 within a few miles of he1 home Her second eldest daughter who is still living with her and iII over seventytwo was a few month old the tight Of the big wind HOME NEXT TUESDAY After tomorrows game at Colum bus the Colonels will leave for home resting up Monday and boglnnln Tuesday with Minneapolis and play Ing every team In the association ending up with Toledo on June 22 This long home series will settle al doubts as to the final outcome O Louisville In tho pennant race W with the addition of Moore an Lennox together with the recover of Madden and Stansbury the than will be at Its best and should make rapid strides in its long stay at home Stansbury should be placed in len field which Is being guarded ver weekly at present and then the teat could stand pat for the rest of th season Manager Tighe has the ut most confidence of the fans who ar In hearty accord with his system thu far and believe that from now on th Louisville club will bear watching t BISHOP HOGAN On June 10 Right Rev John J Hogan D D Bishop of Kansa City will celebrate his eightythird birthday He recently celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of his or dlnatlon to the priesthood Bishop Hogan was born in limerick Ir land on May 10 1829 He came tO America at the age of eighteen en tered the theological seminary at St Louis and on April 10 1852 he was ordained to the priesthood by the late Archbishop Kenrlck When the diocese of St Joseph was erected In 1868 ho was appointed its first Bishop and in 1880 when the dlo cese of Kansas City was formed he was transferred to that see FONTAINE FERRY PARK IA great vaudeville bill heads the list of new attractions at FontaIne Ferry next week It will be made up of Stepp Wehllnger and King song and piano entertainers Marie and Billy Hart In an original comedy skit The Circus Girl H T McConnell President of the Thirteen Club Doyle and Brazil sing ers and dancers and lies Gou ets sensational musicians Natiellos band will again be heard In popular tree concert programmes inqn SCHOOL RANK St Josephs Academy at Terre Haute Ind has been given the right of a high Bchol certificate of equivalency by Supt Qreathouse of the State Board This places St osepha course on aril equality with any high schoollln the State U- 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