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Yei KENTUCKY IRIS AMERICAN J VOLUME XXVIIINO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 22 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS PROGRESS Made With Programme For the Catholic Federation Convontlon Distinguished Speakers Will Bo Heard at tho Armory Meetings Much Enthusiasm Among the Parishes Over Their Floats PARISHES DOING THEIR WORK A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Federation of Catholic Societies was held on Wednesday night at the Catholic Womans Club all of the members being in attend ance Chairman E J Cooney was able to announce part of the pro gramme for the public meetings to be held In the Armory There will be many distinguished speakers at these meetings which will continue for two days and also at the ban quet One of these will be the Hon Charles P ONeill United States Commissioner of Labor who will discuss some features of the allIm portant labor controversy now so much under discussion in this country particularly since Socialism entered into it in some quarters hasI A negro Catholic priest Rev J Dorsey will tell what the church has done and is doing for the negro In the South An Indian Chief will tell what the Catholic church has done for the Indian Chief Joseph Red Willow has for several years II belonged to the federation and IsI Colorbearer in the national body His home is in South Dakota where the fierce Sioux once predominated Other speakers both cleric and lay have given tentative promises to deliver addresses but until they make their promises positive their names will not be given out Funds will be required for the en tertainment of the convention and for this purpose the local Federation has gone to the expense of Issuing a souvenir book of the dioceses of Louisville and of Indianapolis the two oldest in the West which alone will cost over l500The fedjjra tlon Till AeMHVrliedvTtfelfBe to par or t to u atione tfie orection of reviewing stands and for prop erly caring for the delegates Of course the delegates will pay their own way but the guests must be entertained and there will be many ot the clergy present as well as the Catholic Editorial Association of the United States Chairman Cooney and his coworkers want to impress upon the Catholic public whether they belong to the societies con nected with the federation or not that it is up to the whole Catholic public to contribute to the fund for properly caring for the delegates and Invited guests An easy way has been provided in the form of com bination books and if the reasonably welltodo members of each parish would procure one of these the task would be easy for providing the finances Some have done more than their share in this matter but others are lagging behind Progress is being made by all of the committees as shown by their reports There Is much enthusiasm over the floats In some of the congregations and ladles are devoting much ot their time in some of the parishes in making flowers and other decorations to trim the vehicles St iBoniface church with Its 5000 souls in the parish will probably take the lead among the German churches The various or ganizations connected with the local federation are arranging for their floats and marching clubs Col Whallen and his associates on the committee still Insist that the dem onstration will be the grandest one ever seen in Louisville Secretary Kelly is getting inquiries every day from people all over the country about the convention which indi cates that a great throng will be here during the week of August 18 i The Louisville Convention and Pub deity League is also giving the con vention attention and will assist in making it a success SODALITY TO ENTERTAIN On Thursday July 11 what prom lacs to be a popular and well at tended entertainment will be given under the auspices of the Young Ladies Sodality of St Johns church on the lawn of Mrs Leverone Bar ret and iBrecklnrldge streets Hand some prizes willbe up for the lucky euchre and lotto players both afternoon and evening Coffee sand wiches etc will be served and In addition there will be found the va rious attractions usual at an up to date lawn fete- OItADtTATr FROM ACADEMY In the presence of a large number of friends and patrons commence ment exercises were held at the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy East Broadway Tuesday morning h Four young women were given diplomas and the principal address of the morning was made by the Very Rev James SPt Cronin Vicar General of rtha IxmtiYllle dSeceee The graduate were MlMMI Loretto Anastasia Dense Clara Louise bow ler Halys Affa James and Alesdna t1 Ztmlleh gloffc The greater part of t a U 4 the programme was composed of vocal selections by the pupils at the school The stage was decorated with plants and palms and the chil dron were placed upon a raised platform Contrary to established cus tom no essays were read by the graduates but all of them had prom inent parts in the exercises WILL MOVE New Home For the Sisters of the Good Shepherd The Convent of the Good Shep herd after more than seventy years of useful existence at Eighth and Madison streets will in the near future move out beyond the city limits The Sisters of the Good Shepherd have purchased a tract of land at Newburg road and Ropewalk lane containing fifteen acres on which It Is proposed to erect an Institution similar to that npw con ducted by them at Eighth and Mad ison streets The property which was purchased for a consideration of 15000 belonged to the estate of tho rote Judge John W Earn For the past seventy years or more the Convent of the Good Shepherd has been maintained as a charitable branch of the Catholic church The three buildings fronting on Walnut street and the larger building front Ing on Eighth and extending along Madison street are said to be Inade quate now to accommodate the steady Increase in the number of those who apply for homes The property purchased is admirably lo cated to suit the purposes for which it was acquired being elevated above the city and possessing both city and I country advantages While no def inite plans have been determined upon as to the buildings it is pro posed to erect it is understood work will begin within a few months The deal was made by D F Murphy of the Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company representing both the purchaser and the seller MAX PAM rounds Scholarship For Study of Social Sciences Dr Max Pam the noted Jewish American jurist in a letter to Car dinal Gibbons and the Board of Trustees of the Catholic University nieutdlJ1g therein five scholarship for tle shy of t lii1 l eesJliYdWi tatfrttif te greatIlife In setting forth his reasons for the benefactions Dr Pam says Every European country today is face to face with grave economic problems Our turn Is coming In fact it is a grave question if It be not already here We hear advanced from time to time new and strange theories of government There are some who claim even at the present hour that the constitution has out lived its usefulness In spite of as sertions to the contrary I am strongly convinced that the spirit of our people Is sane conservative and just There is plenty of respect for law and order consideration for the rights of others and a general reali zation that he millennium promsed by political visionaries will not ar rive in a week or a year The people at bottom are right but they need wise and honest leadership To avert this latter danger we must have men who are qualified by training and Integrity to meet and oppose It whenever and wherever It appears It U my conviction that it is thei people themselves who must supply this leadership In my humble way I want to help talented young men I to fit and qualify themselves for this work and therefore it Is with great pleasure that II am with your con I sent establishing these five scholarships with the understanding that the young men who will be chosen for these scholarships will make a special study of social and economic problems These problems as I conceive ItwUl cenjter round mans relation to man mans relation to government and mans relation to property The Catholic church holds to the traditions of the pasyIt is conservative It stands for author ity for government for the rights of the individual and for the rights of property and these to my mind are the chief elements that enter into Individual and national happiness it has the largest number of communicants of any religions Institu lion In the country It has the oppor tunlty of moulding character devel oping the intelligence and creating Ia proper sense of the duties and responsibilities of citizenship not only amongst those who are citizens at the present moment but amongst the millions who will come from other lands seeking better opportu nities and more favorable conditions of life BIGOT A COWARD Mr Thomas Watson who with the retired If not the retiring war nor Gen Miles Is the head and front of that brave band misnamed the Guardians of Liberty has been bound over at Augusta to the next session of the Federal Court to answer the charge of having sent ob Scene matter through the mails The defense set up by the Incarcerated patriot shows him to be a fairly good guardians of hiss own liberty lie wants this members of We corpora Lion which publishes his magtwine to be tried instead of lilmMU When you scratch la Isot1ou find a coward J k tt f7 Itit TIlE DAY That the Hlborn IJUIH and The Friends Will Display Strength Fully Prepared For Picnic Monday at Phoenix Hill Park County Board Quarterly Meeting Votes to March in Parade FATHER OSULLIVANS ADDRESS Monday has been declared a half holiday and will be taken advantage of by the IrishAmericans of the hlr01t totttsk th0 up ItL JiklMIParkIn the history of the Ancient Order In Louisville In all parts of the city there is a lively interest among the loyal sons and daughters of Erin in this great reunion at which the pioneers of the order will gather to renew old friendships and acquaint ances and show approval for those now carrying on the work of this great old Irish Catholic society At the quarterly meeting at Ber trand Hall last Sunday afternoon presided over by County President byRevthe various committees showed all the arrangements completed and dayAllpleasant day and big attendance to realize the hope ofthose who have labored earnestly for the purpose of raising a fund for the proper enter conIentlonPresident Martin Cusick the Audit Ing Committee reported having examined the books of the Secretary and Treasurer and found them cor rect and well kept Financial Secre tary Thomas Langan submitted a de tailed statement of the receipts and expenditures showing a nice balance on hand after all bills had been met Rev Father OSulllvan of St Louis Bortrnnds was called upon and delivered a ringing address in which he dwelt upon the importance of the Catholic Federation conven tion and the part the Hibernians should take therein Know the truth he said and the truth will set you free The Catholic church had charity for all liberty for all and the federation was promoting openly and boldly only that which was right and proper Never had the church banned freedom of conscience or freedom of liberty evidence of which was the part played and the tribute of Washington to the Irish Catholics who fought for the liberty this coun try now enjoys Some men forget these facts he said but nevertheless It was true that the Catholics are the real guardians of liberty always opposing dissension and loyal to their country Father OSulllvan de clared that the Ancient Order ought to be represented in full numbers and with a proper float In the federation parade and also in every way promote the Interest of and An government interesting ellglonI lowed in which Lawrence J Mackey William JM Higgini Thomas Lan gan Martin Cusick Thomas Keenan John Hession and Patrick Horan participated with the result that it was unanimously voted that the County Board provide a float and that the full membership turn out In the parade Thomas Keenanjj offer of four horses for the float was gladly received a were the services of a number for its construction Upon the suggestion of President mewlier havesatirechargeselection of those who will accom iliaKMJlADo J 4J r t t In I I and William McDonogh who will welcome suggestions or assistance in making the float tine that will be a credit to the orderThe County Board will also invite the Kentucky and Indiana divisions to come to Louisville and mar h with them on IBefore all present pledged themselves to bring their friends to Phoenlxill next Monday and do everything possible to make the picnic one thatyoung and old will enjoy NAZAHETH J I Benita Murphy and Katherine Klefn Honor Gits 3M n comImencementheld at the academy Thursday morning at whlchVJ ins twelve young womon were graduated A special train bearing several hundred Louis ville people amoBdt Item the friends of the graduates ltd former pupils LOUiSIvUleIlicontue erYes beg n1 ttl e+o bi ttiiit +id+eerieli ors were taken to Bardstown for din nerThe Right Rev Denis ODon aghue Bishop of Louisville was the principal speaker and at least thirty priests and other dignitaries were present Both of the honor girls at this years commencement are from preIsentatlon 1lurphY1daughter1 tect who was valedictorian and Miss EdImundwill celebrate its centennial next October with elaborate exercises LARGE CLASS The commencement exercises of St Xaviers College for boys were held yesterday In the college hall when thirtyone young men received their diplomas This Js the largest class yet graduated from this famed college which for many years has been under the direction of the Xaverian Brothers The programme delighted large audiences in the morning and evening Those receiv ing diplomas were Frederick J Bauer Joseph W Bauer Thomas Po Bohan Nicholas G Hosier John F Broecker Joseph M Brown Louis J DpnnenholdRudolph John F Donnelly Webb X Duane Theodore J Duerr William A Ferry Sidney D Gerardi Joseph H Grieve Louis J IHackett James J Hannan Charles E Henrlott Oliver W Jennings Robert W Loot Otto L Link Henry A Martin Hardin C Masters Stephen T Mattingly Cole man L McGuire Tames G OBrien Martin J iPfeffer Frank P Ross Eugene D Sohm Paul A Terstegge and John Jacob Wilson HAPPIEST OF FATHERS This has been the happiest week In the lift of Albert F Martin of the L and N law department as his son Frank who Is studying for the priesthood at St Charles College near Baltimore was graduated from that noted institution with first honors and the highest average with one exception recorded during the past fifteen years Cardinal Gibbons presided and in his address spoke lin high terms of the college and graduates The subject of young Mar tins oration was Pius X the Pope of the Blessed Sacrament and was delivered in a most eloquent and masterly manner winning unstinted applause MEMORIAL ADOPTEDk1 At the regular meeting of It Cecilias Conference of the St Vln cent de Paul Society last Sunday morning Messrs John Lynp W B Campbell and John iMcQueee reported mehiorlal resolutions on the death of the late Michael Cahill thelotathesustained the memorial was adopte- dandeoPlordered1n to the family of deceaseu find the Catholic li I all u TRADE UNION Movement in Ireland Entering- a Period of Unexampled Growth National Trade Federalion Will Abolish Present English Control Are Olten Ordered to Strike and Thou Lett in The Lurch IRISH TOILERS AS CATSPAK7 I Late Dublin news is that there are Indications that a jierlod of unex ample rows do union cgHtproaching grant o t u rit e neverhasthat it holds in England or Scotland This it is declared by many Irish labor leaders is due to the fact that I the Irish labor movement has been I an appendage of the British Now all this is to be changed Political perhaps I theiwas appointed to work out a scheme for an Irish national labor federation which shall in turn undertake the organization of dis tinctly Irish trade unions organized seltsupportIng I At present Irish Workingmens or ganizations are woefully ineffective In most of the great industrial trades they are mere branches of the big English organizations The Belfast shipyard workers for instance belong to the English Amalgamated Society of Engineers and the English Shipwrights societies The linen workers so far as they are organ ized at all are members of the British textile workers unions Tho Irish carpenters masons Ironwork- ers and other tradesmen are hardly organized at all and when they are they belong to a few weak branches of the British societies while the Irish railway men are members of the British Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants The result ot all this has been bad for the Irish workers The permanent labor offI dais In England know nothing of Ireland Few of them have ever I visited it When there Is a strike In England Irish members are called on to pay for the support of English strikers or even to strike in sympathy with them although they have no grievance of their own and when getIlttloble cases of this use of Irish work men as catspaws were the recent strikeIof the ironworkers at Wexford I When the English railway men struck they insisted that the Irish railway workers should come out too although they had no grievance and their strike could In no way af feet the English railways When the Englishmen patched up their quarrel with their employers the Irishmen were left in the lurch and some hundreds of them never got their jobs back again t The Wexford ironworkers strike was even a more glaring Instance The men were organized In a branch ofthelfngllfJ1unloll which decided to start a campaign for the closed shop and they were ordered out The Wexford employers declared than they were quite willing to sign an agreement with a union ot their own step but they refused to bind them+ t t anEnglishmanSheffield The fight lasted for a year and in the end the Wexford men cut loose from the English con nection organised their own union and madea satisfactory agreement with their 1plo1ert1A1l therfa tor which makes tri labor nation fJ UU rc i y i alism a necessity was pointed out b President M J Lehane in his open Ing speech at the congress I these days much of the work of the labor organizations is done in thE lobbies of Parliament and it Is ab surd to expect that English labo leaders will come over to Dublin to look after the Parliamentary Inter ests of their Irish members The success of the few existing unions which are purely Irish is A strong argument in favor of the new policy The Dublin Society of Compositors which is entirely free from English domination has not had a strike for more than 100 years and Its wage scale Is higher than that of the London union WILL BE BUSY Catholic Knights Planning For Three Bin Events The next two months will be ia busy season for the Central Commit tee and Catholic Knights of America At an enthusiastic meeting held at St Marys hall with President John Schalda occupying the chair the Central Committee decided that the partInthe American Federation of Catholic Societies that would be a pleasing surprise to their supreme officers and representatives Gen Michael Reichert submlted a beautiful design for a float which was accepted Col Joe McGinn was Instructed to select the children who will accom pany it and State Secretary William T Meehan will designate the Knights who are to represent the or der Encouraging talks were made by John Kinney of Jeffersonville Supreme Delegate Veeneman and others and the ladies who will aq elst in decorating the float are in vited to meet at the McGinn res idence 513 West Chestnut street at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon Chairman Oscar Maier announced that Fontaine Perry Park had been secured for July 15 for the annual picnic reunion when a gold prize of 5 would be awarded The commit tee he said would endeavor to have some added attractions for this day which has always been a big one Messrs Charles Hill Michael Rclchert and William M Higgins were appointed a special committee to report on the advisability of an excursion during the summer months Resolutions on the death of the late John iFackler one of the pioneers of the order in this city were reported by Gen Reichert SeC- retary Kruse and William T Mee han and letters were sent Thomas Jiy of this city and Police Com Bonville expressing hope I for their speedy recovery REGRETTED John M Hennessy Resigns Presidency of Trinity Council Trinity Council Y M I entertained its members with a smoker last Monday evening the meeting being well attended Andrew M Klefer who has been away from the city for about two years was pres ent and made a short address First Vice President Sandmann occupied the chair in the absence of President Hennessy who has been confined to his home on account of illness A G Schneider Chairman of the Picnic Committee reported the committee was making extensive preparations for the annual excursion to Fern Grove on July 10 Two boats have been chartered to convey the crowds to the grove In the morning and two In the evening The Membership Committee under the leadership of Robert Muhs reported that not less than fifty candidates would be given the degrees at the next initiation which would take place in the fall The Mammoth Cave Excursion Com mittee reported they had arranged for another excursion to Mammoth Cave on September 1 John M Hennessy resigned as President on account of ill health The resignation was accepted with deep regrets as President Hennessy has made an excellent officer and it Is hoped that he will recuperate and be back in the harness in the near future NexJ Monday evening two Important elections will take place that of President and delegates to the Grand Council which will con vene In Owensboro In August Every member Is urged to be present on this evening A pleasing surprise of the meeting was the presentation of a handsome life size photograph to Grand Presi dent Vic Ecker as a token of appre ciation of his loyalty and earnest work In the Interest of Trinity Council Tames B Kelly made the pre sentation speech paying the Grand President high but well merited compliment Mr Ecker was so greatly surprised that he was hardly able to do more than assure the donors of his high appreciation SECOND GRAND OUTING At an enthusiastic meeting Wednesday night of the men of the parish of the Sacred Heart Retreat plans were formulated for the second grand parish outing on Thursday July 4 on Barrs field on the Newburg road The arrangements are In the hands of an executive committee consisting of Messrs George J Waechter Joseph Moran John Campbell Christ Crawford and T cl parsoni Various other corn= ilttefcC were appointed and each promised to furnish its share to the pmitftl good time promised to all 1 It nC1 t d S 1oHave Golden Opportunity to Swoop Country in Novem ber Elect ion No Chaiico For Republicans to Heal Breach Between London OnlyDisturberFold NEW POST OFFICE DEAL NEEDED t countryarepresentdisorganized Republicansengenderedl attheclosing and feeling that with a fairly strong theywillyearspasttheRepublicantogetherIntactlonaltlghtsbut forthatbetween likeharmonylime to come The only possibility theirfootsteps i ofWilHamattempthigtovelt In the Democratic convention as Bryan has lost caste with the believe1 theleadingand should be content for new blood and new leaders to assume control Bryans ultimatum issued from Chi cago Thursday that he does not want Parker for Chairman of the convention has enraged many Demo crats and if the other controlling spirits are wise they will sit down on Mr Bryan early in the game On account of the decision of the Court of Appeals last Tuesday nom inations for the new Circuit Judge in this district will not be made at the coming August primary as the de cision reads as follows The court in its opinion holds that the nomination can not bo made at the August primary but may be made at a convention orjrimarzasf Ities with which the rthasnothing to do The opinion says the vacancy occurred when the law went Into effect and therefore leas than e seventy days before the primary This will cause both parties to nominate by convention The Republicans in all probability will nomin ate Burton Vance while the Democrats as predicted in these col umns last week will nominate former District Attorney Judgo W M Smith unless the powerful 1State administration leaders here selected by Argus of the Herald use their large f following in opposi tionThe I sympathies of fairminded Democrats and Republicans alike are with Lewis ODonnell in his fight against the Post Office bosses who are trying to remove him as Superin tendent of Malls Enough has leaked out in the investigation to show can cluslvely that a new deal Is needed all around and regardless of who wins in the coming November elec tion some of these active civil serv ice politicians will be given a chance I IIIImotors Liberty organizations while drawing I salaries from the support of all the people They have been In power for such a length of time that they are now Imbued with the idea of beer ing bosses of the people instead of servants HAPPY GIRLS Monday morning at the eighty first annual commencement of Pre sentatlon Academy this city ten happy girls were graduated and five more received literary honors Twen tyfive priests attended the exercises and Very Rev James P Cronin V G delivered the address to the graduates Those who received their diplomas were Misses Anita Cronan Adeline Keyer Anna King Frances Lobro Mary Pike Mary Schlemann Catherine Shea Louise Smith Marguerite Smith and Florence TierneY Miss Margaret Murphy was given a certificate for the completion of a special literary course and Miss Catherine Shea for the completion of a special musical course The follow ing were awarded literary honors Misses Marie E Diehl Catherine M Mylor Adella I Rolling Helen R Ryan Adeline M Scharfenberger 4 BIPOSTOR ARRESTED Nathan Rosenthall a house to house canvasser Was arrested Jhis past week on a warrant sworn out Bradyoftl1ePaHlonlstRetreat money under false pretenses Roaen that disposing of pictures ol the Sacred Heart to several Peoplehere stating that they were blessed Jby the PaBslpnlst Fathers and anything the parties wished to give would beMv cepted as there could be nofixedU price for the sale ofa blessed article Th some Instances he told the donors that the money would be turned oVer to Snored Heart Retreat At the examining trial the prisoner attorneys asked for a postponement H n J 1 q e r 4 9 KENTUOK YiaISE AMHiRYOAPY I KENTUCKYt I f- I IRISH flMERlGflNUr- eted to the Social and Morali idvancemement ol Irish Americaas and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient orderlof Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catha of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINQLB COPY 5 BnUred sl lb UauU HU PoiloMlce II Second Clei nuf- 1lrealc airCommnnlMtloBi lo the KEN1UCKV IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weit Qreea 51 LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 22 1912 CONSISTENT LYING The Evening Post sustained 1 It reputation as a falsifier In the Kin McNamara Jimmie Baker+ cas when It stated that he was a first o second cousin of Dr John T Chaw the City Veterinarian and vrhe called to account published a shamefaced denial in the late edition Its editor then stated In an edltorlc that the prisoner was a city employe and was so tickled with his succe In getting away with that lie that h republished It the following day Th Post should change its motto to rea If false and untrue not otherwise y SIGNIFICANT One of the most significant developments of the home rule agltatio in Ireland Is the action of th Bishops and clergy in refusing tl OJ3rieror his All for Ireland Congress This action of the Bishops is doubl Important from the fact that Car dlnal Logue and many other emlnet ecclesiastics throughout Ireland ha hitherto given the most falthfi support to the policy and views o William OBrien and his chief lieu tenant Tim Healy This is th deadliest blow that has been struc at actionism in Ireland for man years and it must either end 01 mend the HealyOBricn campaign WRONG IMPRESSION An impression has been created bJ the local secular press that thE Catholic Federation convention feature will be a big parade This iil not to be the case While the parade with the many floats the decorations etc will be an interest ing feature of the convention It will not be the main one The 700 01r more delegates will come here tc discuss topics of vital ImpOrtance tc society especially the societies con 1h f on rr ill not come nere to re pageant or to attend banquets 01 participate In excursions but they c will be here for business Of cours the visitors as well as the Catholic of Louisville wilt be gratified if tin demonstration is a grand one bu the main idea is to make a lasting Impression upon the delegates an d visitors of the progress made b y Catholics in Louisville and in Ken tucky during the past 130 years v Members of St Johns Episcopal church are indignant and up in arm because of the announcement that the minister will marry two colored people there next Tuesday They have gone so far as to threaten that unless the ceremony is performedd 4 elsewhere Bishop Woodcqck will basked e to Interfere This is anothe- striking example of the Protestant t spirit of Christianity and tolerance The Catholic Union and Times last week Issued an artistic and well edited edition commemorative of the cornerstone laying of Buffaloes magnificent new Cathedral The Union and Times energetic and up to date Jslt the best position to take the llead in the publication of the Catholic dailyso much talked about Remember that when your school days are over you will have to take your place In the world What that+ place will be is due largely to circumstances but the manner in which you flU that place depends upon yourself only The editor of the Indiana Catholic the William OBrien of Indiana still I continues his flings at the Irish NationalistsandI the home rule bill Why his opposition to the Irish people we cant understand fOOur local automobile speeders are becoming bolder now running over I policemen j DEPLORABLE SPECTACLE tis the New York Herald says it 1Irftattvi to be regretted that the I J United States could not have been spared the spectacle Think of tho presence at a nationall convention of a wan seeking the nomination who once held the highest office in the i1Kitt of the people who gave his pledge that lie would never consent to the use of his name for the post again r Just a plain prdlnary sidewalk politician swearing at his opponents crying fraud while wink i r ing at U on the part of his liueten antSy abating all who disagree with I j him appealing tothe mob threaten c Ing to wreck the party which he has jt j rattened of ad long unless if takes l me Exuding Yitupcratloh at1v8ff i pore filled with egotism and iap I pelted on by the most dangerous ambition ha atUI proton to to the eounUrMrt of Abraham tdneoln I e ii Y M L s 8 roer a GreatShowinglnAugust n At an enthusiastic meeting o Mackin Council Y M I last ton- I day night presided over by Frank G Adams four applications were r businesstransacted The advisability of rune ding an excursion to Owensbor e when the Grand Council meets ther dI Was discussed but final action wa deferred William Link reported fo- II the delegates to the Catholic Fedor- LionI and announced that Unlij- Trinity and Mackin Councils haI combined and would place In th paraden I any ever seer e In this city The Falls Cities cour 0 oils he said would turn out tc I tether and the councils of the Ker1- I tucky and Indiana Jurisdictions ha been invited to be here on that occo Y sion Favorable responses have bee n received from several large flelegn tions from Indian- apolistt being expected Lexington tOtvensboro Card rollton and other places The color 1ofI the Y M I will be red white am t blue the hope being to have at leas 2000 in line I CATHOLIC BASEBALL LEAGUE klyI The teams of the Catholic Base- ballr League will play as follows to morrow St William vs St Brigid I StISt Charles vs St Louis iBertrand at r Spring Bank The standing of thE league to date is as followsos I Won Lost Pet St Charles 7 0 1000s Bt Williams C 1 867 Holy Trinity 1 3 571 I St Anthony 3 4 429 St Srlgld 3 4 42 g I Holy Cross 2 6 285 St Louis 2 B 286 St Martin 1 6 14 II IGREATLY ENJOYED rIlliadkinI Council entertained TA tat a I 1r nor auu danc atur aT evening r Sennings Park the guests of honor being the members of the Terrac Tavern company and a few other who assisted In making the last I opera a complete success The table I were banked with flowers and fern- t dand the scene was animated am pretty Charles 5 Raidy presided aa toastmaster and in welcoming theI Choral Club expressed the thanks 01 Mackln Council to each member 01f the company for tho services ren- deredj Former stars of the compan I also present were Mrs EstHe Wooden Slater and Miss Hattie Hoff- manI o Toasts were responded to by I President Frank Adams Thomas D Clines and Miss Alice Shelley after l which several hours were spent 1 ii l tripping the light fantastic I IItECEXT DEATHS lI Funeral services over the remainI eighteenrt daughter amd Mary Casey deceased were heldl Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity I i church Her death occurred Sunday evening at the residence of her aunt Mrs Oscar Schultz 815 Edward avenue I I Mary StahlHunn beloved wife of Herman Hunn 522 South Eigh I teenth street was called to her eternal rest Wednesday afternoon She was fiftytwo years of age and I herIchurch Rev Patrick Walsh officiat ing at the mass of requiem I IThe funeral of Mrs Julia I iJamesBweeneyILouis Bertrands church of which she had long been a faithful and de vout member Surviving her are three children Misses Eleanor and Nellie Sweeney and Richard Sweeney and two sisters Mrs Dan iel Scanlon and Mrs M J Norton Mrs Sweeney resided at 303 East Kentucky street and had borne her long illness with patience and Chris tian fortitudeII RECEIVE DIPLOMAS SUNDAY The pupils of the Sacred Heart school Seventeenth and Broadway and St IBrlglds school will receive their diplomas and medals In their respective churches at tho high mass tomorrow morning This will be a leasing event for the parents and makes an Impression not soon for gotten The work pf the Sacred Heart commercial department has been on exhibition for several days and by all has been pronounced as telng of unsurpassed merit SCHOOL SOCIAL Next Monday the school children oG St Anne church of which the Rev John T ilIIlJhlthe energetic iI and zealous pastor will give a social II on the church grounds and will hold j their eloping co wisesI on the day following June iGA papal Interest Ur1lreteDt8d IJ rsullue 8f niqa Chargeo St J Innea tcJuffi In vkieb III children I are now osrolltd t R ANNUAL PICNIC I UNDER AUSPICES OF Ancient Order of Hibernian Phoenix Hill Park Monday June 24 1912 A DAY OF PLEASURE ADMISSION TEN CENT MOONLIGHT MUSING moonllghron days of long ago In that dear old land so leal an grand where beautiful river flow f The hills and dales and the lovel vales in youth I lovd t roam ruine9 made with lofty walls an dome 0e Ah how grand the sight on SIt 3 Johns night in Ireland far away bonfireabradyd The happy crowd and the laugbte- a loud of maidens oa the green i Where lilies palo do scent the gale i the fairest to be seen The dancers gay on crossroads wa the pipers lively tuned The mirth and song all night aloe this glorious night in June Old folks prayd for long delays freedom of their land And days more bright from th British blight and yokes 01 tyrant band t Those legions vast in the storied pas that fought for Erins right And the heroes brave who died ti save Faith In all their might All all this might In the pale moon light come before my view But quickly fade among ruins madE as sun dispels the dew i Now my muse will change front die- dI tant range to St Johns nightI tt at home Iriseh still to celebrate will come The maidens fair will be surelyr there and dance an Iris tune- lilbernians all and a crowded hall1 the twentyfourth of June Daniel McCarthy I 2V I I i 3- rLVIS 11- I cago tI eMiss Virginia OBrien of Hill is visiting friends in St beedJunction Mr and Mrs Aaron Kohn sailed1 seafson abroad rMrs Steve Cassidy of Deer Park has been visiting friends at Hunt Ingburg Ind Mr and Mrs J J Kavanagh have returned after spending a week with friends In Cincinnati I I I I Mrs T F Sweeney South Louis vine has been having as her guest Mrs Owens of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs John T Malone an L family will leave soon to spend thet summer at Bay View Mich Maurice Coll and wife of Jeffer Bonvllle have been spending the past week visiting friends in Ken tucky Emmet Hanrahan has returnedd from Chicago where he was an in terested spectator ot the conventionMrs K Gleason of Walnut Grove has been visiting in Highland Park the guest of Mr and Mrs G H Kustes I IMiss Mary James who has been tiers since last fall leaves today to spend the summer at her old home I Floyd Knob Ind Mrs Walter Murphy 736 South Twentyfourth street has returned from a most enjoyable visit to her parents at St John Mrs Mary Daly has been spending the week In Lexington with her daughter and a little granddaughter that arrived Monday Miss Helen E James of Floyd Knob fad is here for a ten days visit with Mrs L HStraub 2125 West Chestnut street Misses Mayme Sheridan and Edna Nally were last week the guests of Misses Nell McAullffe and Helen ORourke at Parkview Morris Dooling of the First police district has recovered from the illness with which he was stricken the first of last week Mrs James Higgins arrived last week from Logansport Ind for a visIt to her son UA Hlgglns andIt Mrs Hlgglna Crescent Hill I Mrs Peter L Mallon and little I laughter Sberrill left Monday tol wend a month With their aunt Mn I H M Hatf leld at New Haven I Edward ti Wolfs of this city oho was operated on In Chicago on 1 rr iaeprov1ngrAidly 1J Rri atolls to a mop of Jamea Wolfe ko grocer1 mad WM OB a tteft to Lla tSPECIAL OFFERe e Irishoa paidaWindles interesting pamphletI r S Is the Catholic Church the Deadliest Menace to Our Liberties and Civilization i r The writer is a nonCatholic and Editor of the famous publication Branns Iconoclast Dont offerYS d sister Mrs John Reilly when hi became 116 ye f Col Matt Wlnn whom New York ers look upon as the beit race trac manager In the world has been hold t Ing forth for a week at the Waldorf Astoria o Mr and Mrs Charles OBrien ant son Stanley OMJrlen spent las week visiting at Sonora They wer accompanied home by Miss Rub Williams Miss Gertrude McGinn of 51f West Chestnut street is In Owens boro as the guest of Mrs Robert Porringer A number of receptions have been given In her honor Alphonse lOhlii schlagor who ha been attending IR nsellaer University 1at Troy is home to spend the sum mer with his pa eats Mr and Mrs Jacob Ohllgschla er Hepburn avenue I1IIss Durrett Oglesby of Pres ton In has returned home tro111St Ursulas Academy at St Martins Ohio She was accompanied by Miss bi rgare Sulli art of So h Louis n e titThere has been nothing but TO Joiclng and congratulations at thE Thirtysfourth street since last 1the Stork left there a lovely llttl Babylandn A select dance was given by the Young Mens Social Club at Utopia Hall on Tuesday evening with the members of the St Louis Bertran baseball club as guests of honor II Refreshments were served by thE club I I1IIss Florence Webb and John F were united In Marriage at thE I Holy Cross church rectory Wednesday evening tS oclock The bridE I Is an accomplished and pretty girl of the West End and the groom iiS the well known bicycle patrolman ol the Fourth district condsummated Wednesday the contract parties being John K ely and Webb James J Foley and Iins Tobin and Martin Tully and Egan tAll have a host of I friends who wish them a long and happy voyage on the sea of matri I mony Next Thursday Den Kruse the druggistnI and his estimable wife will celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of their I marriage at their home 1436 Christy avenue They will then leave to spend two weeks In Chicago and the Northwest Mr Kruso Is associatedI with W B Young at Broadway and Baxter avenue PREPARE FOR FOURTH A large and enthusiastic meeting of the Trustees officers of the varl ous societies and members of St Josephs parish was held In the school hall Tuesday evening to per feet arrangements for a large picnic to be given at Phoenix Hill Park on July 4 Chairman William Pero of the Plcnia Committee called on oEntertalJlog Messrs John F Oertel William Pal mer F A Ohlmann Joseph Blast MattBlslg and Mrs K IPfaf finger would see that all who attended Would be properly taken care of Miss Josephine oertelIPresldent of the Young Ladies Sodality report ed that she had secured the services ofa number of the young ladles of the parish who would look after the confectlpnery stand fish pond and toy stand and that their work was well under way Louis N Ecker President of St Aloyslus Sodality reported that the members of the sodality would look after an unusually Interesting wheel of fortune shooting gallery knife rack and a King Edward bait game Mrs F A Ohlmann President of the Ladles Society reported that the ladies of the parish would serve an elegant dinner and supper for a moderate price Messrs William T Meagher Charles Staeuble and y K Ecker were appointed oa the Invitation and Press CommlUew Chairman I JeroII parted tnd concert e t Yen during the afternoon and eveatngbta band offourteen mud 1 eIaU and aloo staud that all sorts u o THE BIO PARK RIVERVIEWt the Show Place of the South Open Day and Evenin I affordinImero r Free daily concerts by Don Philippli and his band of thirtyfive t IIa IIFI ONTAINE FERR The Park Beautiful y i II XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matiuees including Sun day all seats lOc Night lOc and Free Concerts By Natlefes Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS NlfHilIPbi Open For the Season I NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FO Picnici Socialss f- ll Outings t beautiful Park has been greatlIIIIThIs and is Societiesequipment throughout atiparties should consult the managcmen t of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts I I HARRY DECKER Assistant Manager i tt SIMPLY GKARMIN- I I AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 1500I On the Elegant SteamersI I LouisvilleI l IlODe of the above steamers leaves theI Wharf boat foot of Thhd street every seventyfivearrivinghome ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c hdse Rogers I see BOOK GO PRAYER 800KS AND ROSARIES Tosui every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of = r kind in the city BHks Magazines and Religious Articles OF KVKRT DBSOHirrlON 434 West Jefferson Street ShapescanI pricesCanandiee of amusements will be had for both old and young for afternoon and ey nlngII AWAYA of roomwill 1 r I N ON l NlN lNN NNNN N Ni Ml O NN I FANCY i LACESF- OR WEDDING AND SUMMER DRESSES 1 SUCH AS Cluny Baby Irish Ratine Macrame 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