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HI 4 i I CJ I 4 b bT1 c v KENTUCKY R i SH1fdO J J IIVOLOME XXVIII NO 26 n LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 29 1912 PRIcEplyc CENTST r IT HITS HARP Key Maxwell Savage Preaches Against Bible in Public Schools Declares Its Use Is Unfair to Both Jews and Catholics Would Leave Religious Teach lug to Church Sunday School and Parents HGHTS THAT BELONG TO STATE Last Sunday morning In the Unitarian Church of the Messiah the Rev Maxwell Savage preached a sermon In which he argued that it was unjust to the Catholics and Jews to read the Protestant Bible in the public schools contending that tho religious training of children should bo left to the churches and parents From his sermon we quote It a man is convinced of a truth bin first duty should be to obey It his second to teach it to his children Now among the ancents secular truth was unknown everything had Its religious aspect and Influenced a mans relationship to the gods Only In the modern world has the division between things religious and things secular been made In early times the tribal chief was also the chief priest The Roman church still carries on this idea through the claim of temporal power by the Pope The Church of England is still able to partly control educational matters The thirteen orfginal States of thesoI United States founded themselves as a purely secular nation It Is the first great instance in history of this being done and this country as a country is thereby not a religous nation in any defining sense of that word And yet the Government rightly did not give up the teaching j of the children Now why are you and I taxed for the maintenance of public schools The answer clears up the wholo question The ruler must be trained so that the Govern ment shall be just and efficient Who Is the ruler here The answ- erzAagthazLz1L811 4o train the children Here every adult wale is a rujer a sovereign Therefore every adult male should bo educated to be competent to look to the Interests of the whole Thats the principle Yet people are slow to see It And that principle should show us that the aim of the public schools Is and should be to train the children In the essentials of American citizenship If the a m were other than that the money pent would be wasted Suppose I should ask for and get public money for toys or baseballs for my boys Other men would wisely call a halt We have a right to each others money In this country only tor what concerns all equally No public money except forpubllc ends You and I are not primarily concerned that each others children should be taught astronomy or Sanskrit or to sing or to play baseball It would bo nice if all those who wanted to learn such things could learn them but its beside the main point Our main interest in each others chil drens education Is that they shall be trained In citizenship history and government else how can they do their share If they dont know the price or meaning ot a democracy We want their faculties trained We want them to know right from wrong and that the difference can be taught without the use of super natural revealed religion Experience not revelation has taught men not to steal lie kill cheat envy ete I The essentials of morality can be taught without reference to any one religion Still people insist that religion ought to be taught in the public schools Take the principle Involved The United States rightly refuses to dictate in matters of re ligion All sects are free and equal none receives special favor before the law Why Because religions first duty In the past has been and still officially Is to prepare people for the next world Now its none of the States business whether I am saved in the next world or not Thats my business The States business is to do all It can to makj me a good citizen of this world ant this country Take the use of the Bible In the public schools Experi once is slowly eliminating It I be lieve the law In this State IB that a passage shall be read without com ment each morning I belleye the Bible should not be read in school Why First little reverence is connected therewith Second its hard for a teacher I should Imagine to read without giving some sectarian bias to the reading Third Is it Just to the CathoUcA consistent Cath elk does not approve the Protestant 0 Bible and from his point of view rightly protests against its being read to lila children when he Is taxed for their schooling So he builds and maintains parochial lIC ootsl1Ias he any right onthe-I otierhandtowJsh for any pnMlc 9oney for those 5COOlst Moet as rJ uredly not Fourth itk tinjuit tone Jewish children and parents I thtouie otthe B4bW 1m the public JMhooIi I believe in rtiiKto ut terly IteUskHUi MMiM W the blkt Ot r 1MII1I Ua1ii i if I- It i relations to each other our destiny these are the greatest but the State bas nothing to do with them Let the State do its work of training the faculUes of the children for citizen shlpLet tho churches and Sunday schools and parents if they hare I honest and believe do their wrJcis looking after these highest cerns r PROTESTANT Declaratln That Irish Catholics Are Not Intolerant That the Orange cry that with homo rule tho Irish Catholics would be intolerant of their Protestant fellowcountrymen Is without cause or reason is demonstrated by the Louth County Council which re cently reelected Justice W A Doran a Protestant to the Vice Chairmanship In acknowledging the honor conferred Councillor Doran said On my first attendance heremany years agothe Chairman re erred to home rule and said he desired and we all desired it not for the purpose of persecuting our Protestant fellowcountrymen but for the betterment of the country I thought at the time that that was perfectly obvious but it is no harm to emphasize it here today I came among youtho only Protestant on your boardand you gave me a warm greeting We found that we could work together in a friendly manner and any person who says that Protestants have been perse cuted or will be persecuted in the future under selfgovernment which thank iGod Is close at hand is a man who is wilfully blind to history and wilfully blind to the facts existing In our modern Irish Ireland Anyone who attempts to examine the Question with unbiased mind Is bound and I as a Protestant am boundto sorrowfully confess that the intol erance In not in the South I aa sorry to say that among my coreligt lonlsts in the North there is a pre ent a great deal of what I musta1I- a sheer Ignorance on this mater Jt is really ignorance which is at he root of it They have been as Jt were shut out from the tide 6f g era life and too much concern iiitheir own individual interests They talk of fighting but I can teU jtliK that under home rule we frei to do them a lot of good = S Jlt take them out of themselverJii matter what they say they wili seiii their members down to Dublin who will mix with other Irishmen They ItJbegsliortl7toseo thaoi14 fnteresls het1i 6hnnbh niEer6 tfc That feeling of one and all for our common country will grow steadily I am convinced in spite of the ef forts of lawyers In the making SUCCESS Crowned Hibernians Picnic Monday at Phoenix Hill From every viewpoint success crowned the Hibernian reunion and picnic Monday at Phoenix Hill Park and the thousands who attended are loud in praise of the County Board and Ancient Order The large park was thronged with Hibernians and their families and friends who spent an evening that will be long remembered Beautiful women and gallant men mothers and daughters fathers and sons old and young happily mingled and had hearty greetings and handshakes for one and all While the band played and the young people danced their elders spentthe hour with reminiscences of the long ago and the few remaining pioneers of the order were satisfied that its standard was being borne aloft and maintained in accordance with Its grand mOtto Every officer and member of the County Board rendered valuable assistance and left nothing undone that would add to the pleasure of the occasion which reflects highest credit on our Irish and IrishAmerlcan Catholic citizens A grander gathering was never seen at Phoenix Hill and therefore hundreds are urging the County Board to have another such reunion when the State convention Is held here in Augus- tHAGANPEflEY The marriage ofiMiss Mary J Hagan and William Perry the well known lawyer was solemnized with a nuptial mass at the Church of the loly Redeemer at Chapcze on 4Lnesday morning the edifice be 1lJ thronged with friends and well wishers of the worthy couple Miss Susan Hagan sister of the lovely bride was maid of honor and Hisses Lucy Hagan and Elizabeth Watben werethe bridesmaids James Perrv was the betIDan8naRtcha- id Wathen acted ae groomsman This was one bftheimcHit notabJe weddings that t has taken pl ce at Chapeze where the bdbasbeeno- ne of the 8oclet1 leaders and very popular After thetfoheyniopri they will reside inf Louisville THE GREAT DAY For a safe and sane Fourth of July residents of the Falls Cities are invited to come to ISarrte field on the rNewburs toad where a good time will he provided the men of the Sacred llert1 Retreat for the benefit of that great Institution A lidi88ald committee to aseletjjthe gentlemen has been hard at worky and the prospects are bright for I root OJaDd lorlpaB Say t mWM atmiU MltmbT1 to thstk will W t i provided and a day of real enjoyment Is vouchsafed all who attend yr those who desire a splendid dinner and supper will be served and for others there will be a store of light refreshments A committee I flrill meet all at the lEast Broadway issr line loop and direct them to the berwho have the c in charge AmusementsRobert Ratterman J W Sellman O1 ilcDonald Arthur Hoertor Pat McDonald Jr Bernard Gratzer John Hauck- Refreshments Christ Crawford Joseph Penkhues Charles iBakor M Fitzglbbons Pat McDonald Sr- DinnthEd Ljchleiter Louis Hauck Claude McDonald Fred Brentzel Peter Rush Henry Ker berg John Richard M Robert Cullen Carrol Bench Ptbl1cityFred C Looser Will lam Dries iB Gratzer Executive George J Waechter Joseph Moran John Campbell Christ Crawford J C Parson- sAMERICANS Impressed by Brighter Ap pearance ofAgricult ural Ireland Father Denis O Crowley Father Timothy Crowley and P J Gartlarid of San iFranclsco are just now tour ing in Ireland revisiting the district of their family connections They are Impressed by the brighter ap pearance of agricultural Ireland Father Dents O Crowley has asso ciations with Berehaven County Cork Father Timothy Crowley with the Burke of Galway and Gartland with Kells County Meath Twenty yeargior so said Father Denis haTe made a world of difference compared with the bad old times Thp change in the land system has given the farmer an incentive for carefulness and industry and the result has worked wonders on the- LAopf the land The schools I have Visited have proved to me that the condition of the homes the children come from even the poorest has been bettered almost beyond Knowledge since my last visit seven teen years ago What then will the progress be when home rule comes as it must in the present march of democratic opinion Only then can Ea 1Uvnd expect a full treaty of peace wltK the American people whose theiithisM04IthNcrtMHstu dylnp Ulster conditions 3jH aia iaa arit IIAOIONS suNsET Mackin Council Social Club will present a striking vaudeville bill for the sunset excursion to be given on Saturday July 6 The Davis sisters Lorena Margaret and Regina who make a hit wherever they appear will present something new and novel in their singing and dancing act They will render their latest selections which have won them tame on the road to which they wiU soon return Another feature on the bill will be the Misses Robbert and Lee the Telephone Kids who will present an act that has made them favorites Dolly Dimples never fails to entertain an audience with her charming ways and singing and Miss Gladys Reigel and Master Allen Bruckert the well known Juveniles will add to the bl11ProfTueUs orchestra will render the dance music and refreshments of all kinds will I be served iDr J A Casper Will Rlhn Joseph Buffehr E B Dillon and William End have the sunset in charge and they will work untiringly to make it the best ever on the Ohio GOOD SUNDAY MEETING On account of the date of the County Board picnic falling on their regular metIng night Division 4 A O Uheld a special meeting last Sunday afternoon In Bertrand Hall and to he surprise of many It was one of the best attended of the year Condon M Flynn was obli gated by President Hennessy the iew member being one of the many brought in by Vice President Thomas Lynch who has achieved quite a reputation in securing new members for the Limerick division Financial Secretary Thomas J Lan gan urged the members to make their returns as soon as possible for picnic tickets so that a coinplete report couldbornadetoth Couhty dlvislonprizefordisposingri by John Callahan who vas assisted by his lady friends In the auxiliary Short talks on a campaign fornew menjbers was made by President ThomasTDowneyandoth 4 I DEATH IN SLEEP WllUani XiBafchman a retired carplejaier and aged and respected resident of the West End was foupd dtdtnthts bed early on Friday pnjngo last week at his home Z92S Bank street The sad discov ery wasSmada by Thomas Bachman who had gone to the room to call ills father II Mr Bachman had au- ffredfoy some time with asthma and this coupjed with grief over the death of his wife seven weeks before was the cause of his death Surviving him are three sons Will iam Jteriry and Thomas Bftdbbnfta The largely attended funeral took place Sunday afternoon front the Church bf Our Lady fthe Her Fathr Cbalffj oondHCtirig the aoJr apa seryiq tfr For the dpu1tlybt reayf l a thr te ftlt mojit sIers- ympathy I fj j r 0 1- COMPLAINT Filed Against Woods andMecey For Fostering tbe A P A MoToraent t 1 4 President E J Coon ey ol Oath olic Press As80clationVrltcsr PostmasterGeneral 1 Senator Bradley1 nod Congress mUD Slierlojj Nrotified by Tjoeal Catholicsf i 2 CHARGES UNDER GONSIDERATION 1 The following letter from Mr Edward J Cooney President of the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada and who Is also editor of the Providence Vis itor of Providence R T is self explanatory i CATHOLIC PRiESB ASSOCIATION United States and Canada Kentucky Irish American Louis ville JKy Gentlemen A few days ago I received from a Southern priest a clipping from your paper anent the Gen Miles controversy In which you stated that thfr Post master and Assistant Postmaster of Louisville were present at a meeting when a branch of the Guardians of Liberty was formed I conveyed the Information with a complaint to the Post Office IDepartment at Washing ton and received the following letter from First Assistant Postmaster General C P Grartdfleld In reply to your letter whch the Postmaster General has referred to me stating that ypu have been hi formed that the Postmaster and As sistant Postmaster at Louisville Ky recently participated in the formation of a branch of the organization known las the Guardians of Liberty which you state is a re viva of the A PtAs and Is being formed solely to 1attack Catholics and the Catholic church and pro testing against Federal employes participating In 1 h movements you are Intormeir at your statements will recelveJ slderation Grandfleld First Assistant iBjtmaster Gen eral I is Attho tlmeofi Rnri j1ee 1ng 1flOWirS SdIhI Oti1J1Io erty the Kentucky Irish American forcibly called attention to the fact that Postmaster Robert E Woods and Assistant Postmaster John G Morey took a prominent part in this meeting and of which the Louisville Herald a Republican paper spoke as follows The Herald deplores the launch Ing of a movement of this character at a meeting marked by assault uppn a religious denomination 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 undisguised bit terness We are told their speeches were greeted with applause and an amazing feature of the affair Is the fact that TWO FEDERAL OFFICE HOLDERS occupied seats on the platform while these attacks were being made In addition to the above prom- Inent local Catholics have written our two representatives Senator William O Bradley and Congress man Swagar Sherley protesting against the action ot Woods and Morey and are expecting them to push this matter with the Post Of ice Department as these two have never volunteered an explanation of their highhanded condudt in promoting an attack on their follow Catholic citizens Others on the platform at the time were exMayor Weaver exChief of the Fire Depart mont Filmore Tyson D BG Rose business manager of the Evening post Col Andrew Cowan and Rear Admiral Watson Since then Messrs Weaver Tyson and Cjjwan lave acknowledged that It was an attempt to foster the A p A movement and declared they were Invited there under false pretenses but no ex pjanatlonbas been received from the others IuORGANIZE ALUMNI In rOppiiO to a call issuqd by verY Rev T St McGovern the graduates of St Louis Bertrands school met last Sunday afternoon In Bertrand Ial1 and organized an alumni association Father McGoy prn called the meeting to order and after explaining the purposes and benefltsof puch an organization the following officers were elected to serve tor the ensuing year President Martin Mullaney class ot 1907 Vice President Emmett Coleman class of 1907 Secretary George Rings class of 1909 Treasurer William Duane Class of1910 OLEARY HOME In accordanco with provisions of the will of John D OLeary the Louisvillel banker who died about thirty years ago nearly 60000 proceeds of the sale of 6837 acres of land In Texas belonging to OLeary8 estate will be held In trust by Btehop OUJonaghue and otfier trustees for the OLeary Home forGaUiolic PoorMenv on Barret eaPltaltItTken rj held for the trustees for tho home since Mr OLearys death was sold Tuesday through Dan IF Murphy of the real estate department of the Fidelity Columbia Trust Company John D OILeary was for many years a prominent banker in this city being at one time the head of tie old franklin Bank iWhen he died ho left a will in which he en dowed a home for poor men of the Catholic faith devising that the Texas land belonging to his estate be sold for the benef t of the home The Right Rev James P Cronin Vicar General of thw Louisville dio cese and one of tjjfltrustees of the OLeary Home do ved the sum realized from th Htale would be held to provide ft Bie work of the home CILA L What This WoOwes to St Vincent de Paul Wednesday was the feast of St Vincent de Paull patron of the churchs greatest charitable society and known throughout The world as the friend of the p09FJSt Vin coat de Paul was born A D 1576 In after years when aJJvlser of the Queen and oracle of the church in France he loved to recount how in his youtb he had guarded his fathers pigs Soon after his ordination he was captured by Corsairs and carried Into Barbary He converted his regenade master and escaped with him to France Appointed Chaplain General of the galleys of Prance his tender charity brought hope Into those prisoners where hitherto deapai had reigned A mother mourned hot Imprisoned son when Vincent put on his chains and took his place at the oar and gave him to his mother tHis charity em braced the poor young and old The poor man ignorant and degraded was to him the image of one who became as a leper andno man Turn the medal he said and you will then see Jesus Christ He went through the streets of Paris at night seeking the children who were left there to die Once robbers rushed upon him thinking he carried a treasure but wheq he opened his cloak and fell at his St Vincent theyrecogniZihim and 25000 1 still comfort char ity of St Vincent de Paul He died A D 1660 St Vincent de Paul blograVherlsthe b oharityln the worlj iazJ a tribpx whichSeftmSito Iii bquc 1enthu8tf a mlra on we study the systematic charities of our times we can find that all will be traced to the brain and heart of that grand old saint Even If the church had not written his immortal epitaph on the page of her glory the voice of humanity would haveI sung his praises The rude dust that held his captive soul on earth has become a shrine where pilgrims pray an honored relic on Christian altars T11TIEE DOUBLEHEADERS Tomorrow will be a big day for the Catholic Baseball League three doubleheaders being scheduled and the result of each will go a long wayjj In deciding the final standing of the league St Charles team the un defeated leaders will meet their closest contenders the St William club In Or doubleheader and on ac count of the interest manifested in the outcome the games have been transferred from Shawneeto Spring Bank Park Holy Cross and St Martins will play two games at Shawnee Park and St Louis Bar trand w111 play a double bUI with st iigidsat ShawneoiPark The only single contest wiUbe between St Anthonys and Holy Trinity at Fairmont Park New Albany The following Is the correct standing to date Wpn Lost Pct St Charles i 8 0 1000 St Williams 7 1 875 Holy Trinity 4 4 500 StAn hony 4 4 500I St Brlgtd 3 5 375 Holy Cross 3 5 375- St Louis Bertrand 2 6 250 St Martin 1 7 125 GRAND PARISH PICNIC The people of St WillIams parish ready and capable workers are determined to make their Fourth of July picnic at Spring Bank Park a prime success both in furnishing de lightful entertainment for all who attend and in realizing a handsome amount for work on the school building An excellent dinner with warm dishes and supper will be served and an abundance of refreshments of all kinds will be provided There will be good music a ball gamo and other attractions that will Interest young and old and here in dividuals and families will find the I Ideal place to spend the day The Admission will be ton cents with a prize coupon giving chance on din ner set load of coal and 5 in gold As there will be an abundance to eat and drink there will be no baskets on the grounds PRESIDENT FROM KENTUCKY The Rev Henry S Spaldlng for mer Vies President of Marquette University at Milwaukee but nowI President of Loyola University tIChicago is a native of Kentucky Father Spaldlng was born at BArds town on January 10 1865 and lla a member pt the historic JBpaldlng family who came Over wlth Lord Balti oreHe entered the Society of Jeaus in 1884 He took advanced work la philosophy U St T outa O- JIJ 0 r 0 University and In theology at the Jesuit College at Woodstock Md Not only has ho made a reputation ua student of philosophy and theology but ho has distinguished himself as an author having pub lished six or seven juvenile books and a short history of Father Mar quette Father Spalding is a near relative of His Grace Archbishop John Lancaster Spalding ELATED County Board A O H Much Enthnsed Over Success of Picnic The County Board A 0 H ot Jefferson county held a special meeting Wednesday evening In Ber trand Hall to dispose of all business pertaining to the picnic given at Phoenix Hill Park and the delegates from the different divisions were Inclined to pat themselves on the back on the success of the picnic not onlY from a financial standpoint but more BO from the splendid appearance of the largo crowd present everyone also seeming to have the time of his or her life Martin J Cuslck Presi dent of Division 1 stated that it was the handsomest crowd of the fern mine gender he had ever seen gath ered together at an Irish or Irish American affair in his long career as a Hibernian while Thomas Lynch John Hesslon and Charles Finnegan told of different phases of the picnic which redounded to the credit of the A 0 H all agreeing that for a general good time and where there Is nothing but friendship and good cheer a Hibernian affair takes first rank The board decided to send County President Thomas Dolan to the national convention of the A O H which takes place at Chicago beginning Tuesday July US and President Dolan In company with State Secretary W J Connelly AI J Cuslck Thomas Lynch and others will leave here Sunday July 14 The board adjourned to meet Friday July 26 when preparations for en tertaining the State convention will be discussed CARNEGIE Showing First Active Inter est In Irish Political Affairs A Dublin dispatch of the past cfik seve that although Andrew Lb made no secret of his thJLBct1OT o tiiL Iris to Jdll the Ang he hurried on his arrivalto congratulate John Redmoni his party on their work In pushing forward the home rule scheme In conversation with a friend of the Irish leader who called on him his hotel he declared he had atII by conviction always a home ruler but he failed to see how Irishmen In America advanced that cause by exhibiting on every occasion violent antagonism to England In her desire to establish friendly relations with the United States He expressed regret that he could not conveniently I reach England to hear the House of Commons debatea on the home rule bill but declared he would lear something of them before the end of the third reading Before his I return to America he means to spend i a week or two in Ireland where hejj hopes to learn something on the spot of the relations that exist between I the Catholics and Orangemen In tho North of Ireland This Is the first I time Andrew Carnegie has shown fictive Interest In Irish political affairs TRINITYS ANNUAL For a number of years Trinity Council Y M I has been giving Its annual picnic and outing and has again arranged to have ono this year The steamers Columbia and Corona will be on hand at 830 aI- m I and the Columbia at 130 p m- on Wednesday July 10 to take the many friends of Trinity to the I grove where all sorts of amusements I will be had Including dancing- on all boats and at the grove The undefeated baseball team of Trinity Council has challenged a strong team for a game In the afternoon ChairImannlttee have been meeting for weeks perfecting the various details for this picnic excursion and outing FIRST MASS HERE During the latter part of July Rev Anthony L IHodapp who will be known in religion as Father belordainedmember of the Order of Minor Coni entuals Father Alexander is a son of John IHodapp the well known t baritone singer of this city and in his boyhood attended St Anthonys parochial school He pursued his J theological studies at Syracuse N Y rTrentOn N J and at the Grand Seminary Montreal Canada He will read His first mass in August at- St Anthonys church FRANKFORT Secretary Schroff and the Knights or Coluinbus of Frankfort have secured the entire Second Regiment band for theirs cond annual outing onluty 4 for which low excursion rates on all railroads have been se cured Every Knight In Kentucky is cordially inyited to atsd aad they are assured In advance that they will be shown thereat time of tki1r4ltVsL J iP if tLof 4 f Running thgniitldBIufrin Hope ot Imbseing thTfmtd English North Country Politicians Talk of Coming Home Kulo Battle- Presbyterians Have Outgrown Suspicion oi Their Catho ollc Neighbors WILL ACCEPT THE r NEW ORDER Wilt Ulster fight Is a question which is being asked by many sin cere friends of Ireland and the answer to it depends on the politics of its giver There are a lot of politicians in the North of Ireland who are declaring loudly that Eelfastylngbetweenof the passage of the home rule bill upthistheOrangeago Lord Mayor MoMordle of Bel oftommonsyoung men in tBeffast owned re volvers and that there were 100000 of these weapons In the hands of Unionists In the North of Ireland while there were between 200000 otIsame area regaledtheproceedings in an Oranges lodge in Portadown when 100 sturdy patriots were exercised with wooden guns by a nameless Colonel The officer turned out to be voiceless as Augustine Ireland produced the police report of this incident It contained the in ordeweren states that the purpose of the drlJL was to enable tho men to march Indecent order at a coming parade Of i course the fact that Ulster haL ho intention of fighting and iIs ru nlng a gigantic bluff In thp JiopcJ rewn I f En HRhmenH the policy Ident4 no with tWviso was wmmgw cuss the ibftuatlon Are the Belfast people really so afraid of home rule that they wil- lresistit by force he wasasked Weienderssatisfy the extremists among our followers and of course we dont want home rule because we think things are well enough as they are We are going to fight to the last minute but we are not a bit afraid of it and as soon as the bill be comes a law as it is bound to do we are going to jump in and get as many men as we can into that new Parliament In Dublin Also significant is the attitude of the great Hamilton family of which the Duke of Abercorn is the head The Duke is the greatest nobleman in Ireland and his family since the days of iKing James II has been noted for Its success in picking the winning side The present Duke led Ulster In the agitation against the Gladstone home rule bills He It was who coined the phrase Ulster will fight and Ulster will be right Today he has not been heard on the subject and his brothers who are eminent Unionist politicians and his sons have been equally silent They have left the leadership of the forlorn hope to Lord Londonderry a descendant of the infamous Castle reagh of the Union period who is more noted for enthusiasm than ability There Isnt a doubt that the holdipgtheas leaders in Irish politics Another factor is the attitude of the Presbyterian farmers The extreme Orangemen always have been drawn from the Anglicans but tie backbone of Unionism has been the sturdy stock erroneously called Scotch Irish but really as purely Irish in most cases as their Roman Catholic neighbors These men can no longer be worked into a frenzy of excitement over the home rulil QuestIon It woujd be wrong to s they have become home rule though many of the younger gener tlon have done so but they have outgrown their suspicion of their Roman Catholic fellow countrymen The extension of local government is responsible for this as it brought about for the first timo the uniting- In public bodies of men of different faiths No movement in the Ulster counties could succeed without these men who are now prepared to accept hone rule and take their part In working It The answer to the question IB Ulster wont fight and Ulster will bo righth r OPENING IN CHTEOjNM Gibbon Hall of liuiJnlversltr of Amerlw Ui tiMufe ton of which at A of 24 OiQOO WM apprpvei Mjd of Trustees at their meeting pa 4pri1i7 Mttli to ri for pcoupaioir Qot6b z lrC c IL i i i 11 jnr ft UL U Pr t RI AN r u n tUfiMLRICfiN4iv kd to the Social Md Moral AdTaBceraemeat of Irish Anertcus and Citfeollcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ot Hibernians young Mtns Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRIBH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc BaUrcd ft the LB4iYttS Po toHlc u S oadCluj rutttr JMteu ill CoBmMluMi jftrteKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oaea St r LOUISVILLE ky SATURDAY JUNE 29 1912 I I THETn VIEW POINT All will agree with the Rocheste Citizen that Catholics have a righ to resent being made owing to their Increase in voting strength the shuttlecock of parties or candidates They judge candidates on they merits from the point of view of national needs and personal an political worth and in turn they expect candidates to rely on their principles and merits and not ot tho advocacy of antiCatholic bigots They are not forgetful of officials who have dono them justice while Ii power since these have so far proven themselves true to the prin ciples of the constitution and neither will they forget that such candidates as profit by and fall tc repudiate antiCatholic calumnies of their opponents are untrue to the first principles of American citizen J ship j KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS In view of the unveiling of the Columbus memorial monument at Washington and the prominent part taken by the Knights of Columbus r to many It will bo Interesting tc learn these few facts Tie KnightI of Columbus is an organization that has como to be recognized as aiI establlshd fact and factor in the lifeI of State and Nation at Isa society of Catholic men with high Ideals am I noble aspirations It has an object in this world and its purpose ii1 I ample Justification for its existence I and further development In a day when fraternal orders are being in definitely multiplied and when thou advantages to the individual members are oftentimes questionable II is a relief to know that there is ax association of tho high character of the Knights of Columbus ready andl willing to receive our Catholic menI into its ranks Founded as it 1isI pon the virtues of charity andl stherly love religion and patriot V thero is no auctionI about oars y splen es for anslatlng eir potentialities Into 2ft Loyalty and obedience to the church are distinctive marks of the true Knight c of Columbus and the fostering of these traits not alone within tho ranks of the order but also in the wider field of the whole Catholic community Is one of the most beau tiful commendations that can bo bestowed upon any society and to It in a special manner has been given tho mission of showing forth visibly amongst men these good fruits of Catholic manhood The order was the result of a grand idea and a grand intention the Idea of bringing Catholic men into closer union the Intention of developing the virtues of fraternal affection religious loy alty and true patriotism And as In every great work the mind first conceives it and the will then ex ecutes it the one fashions the model the other makes the applica Lion so also has it been in the case of this society There was grandeur In the Idea and in its actuality how can their work Itself fall to be grand May the Knights of Colum bus continuo to live up to the best traditions of their order and may the accomplishments of their youth- fulf years as an organization be but the earnest ol the things they are to do in the bright future that opens before thorn Th opposition to home rule Is no longer popular in England is demon strated in the constituencies where recently byelections have been held The triumph of home rule lsas syllable as the triumph of right b people of England and Ireland at heartirifavor of It and therefore it can be delayed at best 6nly temporarily It is a winning cause whtt Jemoct tlc Rational conven tlatBaltimore had not named its candidate for the Presidency up to the hour of our going topress rfettr day night While there has hen strangoua work for the various caddidateathara is the utraoet kin mop which presages a great Demooratilo 4t 9rrl tNorenir i Tke Wpi ceouvention of tie laelentiss 4ot IiiberglartrI 1U- Okleafd kfltV rift eSoJthe triad 4ia nUw aatkrlp of UM ord r that IbM ri 1 rwwM i Pns1 I II sat 1I1 a IIS4 l a I has been remarkably successful and will be approved by a continuance Our readers can spend a safe am sane Fourth of July by attending any one of the church picnics that will be given on that day Our Catholic parishes have arranged foi a glorious observance of our national holiday They at least will have a patriotic celebration With this issue the Kentucky Irish American completes another year of Its existence Our anniversary is OL the Glorious Fourth RECENT DEATHS J Many friends and relatives tender sympathy to Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith 3335 West Chestnut street who suffered the loss of their son John T Smith early Sunday morn Ing His funeral took place rrue daY morning from St Charles Borromec church Rev Father Raffo officiating at the solemn services The funeral of George Deitsch aged twentyseven years took place Tuesday morning from St Brlgldi church He was a well known fur nature worker and resided at 1304 Rufer avenue Rev Father Jansen was celebrant of the mass of re quiem and preached a feeling ser monoHis widow who was Mis Lena Tynan survives him Following an illness of over a yea death released Thomas Corrigan from his early sufferings Tuesday night The deceased resided with his mother Mrs Catherine Corrigan 120 South Clay street and for several years was widely known as a vocalist Besides his mother ia brother and three sisters mourn his death His funeral was held yester day at St Boniface church of which he had been a member since boyhood Thomas Ford aged fiftytwo years and one of the most widely known molders in Louisville died Sunday morning at his home 2728 West Chestnut street following an lllnes of several months duration This city had always been his home and tho esteem in which ho was e 1showa by tho large at un tI lvivlng I others and two II Martin Berger eighty years old and residing at 1JJ19 South street died Monday FifteenthI I paralysis and his funeral Tuesday morning from St Peters church of which he was a pioneer I member The deceased was born in Germany but the greater part of his life was spent in Louisville where I I he was engaged in the brick business until he retired fifteen years ago He Is survived by his widow and several childrenII I Joseph Clem twentytwo years of age a clerk In the employ of the Otis Hidden Manufacturing Com pany died Tuesday afternoon at the home of his mother Mrs Delia I Clem 1809 Bank street following a long illness His mother a brother John Clem and three sisters Misses Mary late and Florence Clem survive him The funeral took place yesterday morning St Patricks mournIIngI I Though not unexpected relatives and friends of James McClafferty Jr were deeply grieved when they learned of his death on Monday after a six months illness of tuber culosis He is survived by his father James McClafferty Sr and two sisters Mrs Annie Davis and Mrs J R Connor with whom he lived at 1809 Bank street His fu neral was held Wednesday morning at St Patricks church where he bad been a lifelong member I Bronchial pneumonia caused the tI death on Tuesday of Miss Settle McCrory at her home 628 West Brecklnrldge street Miss McCrory was a native of this city and her many virtues and pleasing manner won her a wide circle of friends and I admirers who are deeply grieved over her death Sho leaves three sisters Mrs Mary McCarthy and Misses Kato and Maggie McCrory The funeral was held Thursday morning at the Cathedral of which she was devout communicant aIII Mrs Ann Cain Walsh beloved wltaof Peter Walsh for many years a resident of this city and a member of the Cathedral congregation was caned to her eterpal rest last Satur1 lay night at the home of her daughter IMrarA W Mayer uthrieCoke apartments 1111sI Valsh was S venty even years ofI forisrouble Besides her husband thei following children survive h rMrs t Eva Hodge Mrs Maud Mayer anll JDMph Walsh of Mew York City iI nd Mrs Nan Troy and Mrs Anna Jot Mayer of this city Her funeral 1 took place TuMdliy morning from at Cathedral attended by manY j orrawihg friends SindelativeattI rSII IJ1v4 ihI08T 19ALfYii F r Mme water iotbhq siroltjeoaw a l8M taatlmsae sak ss t 8 tIiMUtie l t- u I i1 a 1 s0 1 Miss Mary Co roy spent several flays last week with friends at New Haven Miss Winlfredi Flaherty has gona to California and will spend the summer at Corohado Beach I Henry Jansen 1 has moved Into the city from iBeuchcl to his handsome new home on Slaughteravenlre- Miss Lucy FJnneran of Midway has been the gHiest of the Misses Everin of South Third street Mrs Georgia Leo and Miss Elizabeth Wickham of Taylorsvllle were THRFE DAIVIS SISTERS Stars IIn Vaudeville For MackinsI Sunset Excursion f recent guests of Mrs Joseph Herr mannMr and Mrs Martin Gavin West Dreckinridge treat are at Dawson Springs fo weeks sojourn Miss Mary Ridge of East Broad way is visiting at Indianapolis where she is the guest of relatives Walter Hensley and sister Miss Bertha Hensley left Sunday for Lake George and Bluff Point N Y Mrs P M Raldy and Mrs GeorgeI Reiger have Just returned from- I I Somerset Ky where they were theI guests of Mrs Ernest Horrell- I IMrs William Tuohy who has been visiting her sister Mrs George I Kremer in the Highlands left Saturday for her home in Butte Mont Miss Hermine Oetken of New Al banyt sailed this week from New York for Germany where she will spend the remainder of the summer with relatives EastIwoodI Mrs Rose Egan and children Memphis Tenn ofII IMrs Winifred OConnor and lames and William OConnor ofII 1208 West Broadway have moved to their country home in Bullitt county for the summer Mrs RIchard Lawrence Condon and Master Richard Wathen CondonII have returned after an several months in Florida New York and Syracuse Fred Done and bride who was Miss Rosellnd Wiegand have returned i from their honeymoon trip and are at home to their friends 608 East Broadway atlI Walter Peatherstone and bride have returned from their bridal trip and are receiving the congratulations j ot their legion of friends at their home In Beechmont I I Mr and Mrs L C Pitt announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Ella May Pitt tott Clifford W Ebert No date has been set for the wedding Mr Lawrence Nlbberlch an nounces the engagement of his daughter Miss Maymo Nlbberlch to Mr George T Klnnarney The wed ding will take Place JnSeptemberII I Miss Cora iM MpFaU and William 1 L Donlon were quietly wedded hursday afternoon at Holy Trinity hurch in New Albany Rev Father lurran performing the ceremony i rMr and Mrs Thomas D Clines eeklCharlescago who were large tP attendthe- snmenoenent exercises at S- tICarlecat t J nJd1cGflnLot the wV E t41 undry Company Is homf from anll1r IXtendad Ras14rn trIHeH1teifi CoIumbuA cfr mqniei8 atWMh mjtbn I NlYPhiladeJRhyadr wi It pIi 1t ia1IX lt fiktt ST BENEDICTS COLLEGE ATOHISO i KANSAS The Leading Catholic Educational Institution Select Boardiug School for Boys and Young Aces Conducted by the Benedictine Fathers COJJsesPreparatory Academic Collegiate and Business Buildings fireproof and modern campus extensive Location unsurpassed iu point of health Students limited catalogREV JAS NAUGHJON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons PharmacyPres- criptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Ph6ne 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS Iowa Is In Jeffersonvillo for a visit of several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs Maurice Coll and othe relatives in that city and Louisville Mr and Mrs iDr J Gleeson returned from their honeymoon trip Sunday and sojourned at the Hote Watterson for a few days prepata tory to going to housekeeping at their new hums on Slaughter ave nue Michael J French a well known Dalesman whose homo Is In this city and Miss Anna M Herberich of Jeffersonville were united in1larrlago Wednesday morning at St Anthonys cllurpb thp Rev la her Louis Hammer being the offlclatln clergyman The attendants wen Edward Kelty and Fr1nk Kleter of Louisville Mr and Mrs Charles Hackett of Chicago have been spending the past week visitingl friends and rela lives in this city and New Albany where they are the guests of Mrs William Recoveur Mr Hackett formerly resided In New Albany but for the past six years has beer one of the big men of the Unites States Steel Company in the city by the lakes A wedding of much interest was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at St Cecilias church when Miss Amelia E iGassman became the bride of Benjamin H McCann Rev Father Brady performing the ceremony The bride is the daughter of fir and Mrs J Gassman and is widely known and popular in Wes End society circles The happy couple are now ire the lEast on then honeymoon trip Miss Iva Ole n of New Albany who has beefl upending severe months in Chi o was married It that city las aturday to Bonn Perry the mony being per formed in St of th La es- c arch y Rey a er Casey Thi bride and groom arrived In Non Albany on Sunday and have beer spending the week with the brides parents Mr and Mrs Dennis Gleason King street KNIGHTS OF COL1W ILate News That Will Interest Members Here and Else whereIThe Knights now have fortytw councils in Iowa Our exchanges note a steadY growth of the order everywhere The council at Portland Ore will Initiate a class of forty on July 14 Indianapolis Knights and families held their annual reunion frolic on Tuesday at Broad Ripple Park Little Rhode Island has a total ofImorrow for a large class at Coving ton Last Sunday at Memphis the third degree was conferred on a large class by the team from Little Rock ArkSixty candidates of Bishop Car roll Newport and Maysville councils were Initiated at Covington last night The Knights of Utica N Y as sembled last week and celebrated the wiping out of the debt on their homeThe Alhambra degree was con ferred Monday night at Buffalo and at the banquet that followed a welcome was tendered Bishop Colton Iowa Knights are still agitating the erection of a 75000 club house at Clear Lake which would be the llama of families of members during at least a part of the summer months FUNERAL THIS MORNING The funeral of James J Mann whoso death occurred atan early ho Thursday will takd place this morning from St Johns church Clay and Walnut Deceased was fiftytwo years old and resided with bin brother J J Mann 708 East Chestnut street Always a resident of this city he had a wide circle of friends and acquaintances who will miss him frqm their midst- RECOVERING I1ir Ben Beckman of 1034 Milton avenue who has been seri iuiljr till for the put two weeks at lie Jewish Hospltall reported liri ifovlng and the attending phy= Iclans sad she will be able to soon e urn Lao her lidni This will beI fqlpOHid ne a t9 hTejr many friends J 9aIlltw POME Tit Ptt19a t4pltastilof ttie BC r tlfitllHiWIfMY n 1 D- cL 1 THE BIG PARK RIVERVIEW The Show Place of the South Open Day and Evening- With a variety of amusement affording a huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free dally concerts by Don Philipplni and his band of thirtyfive ONTAINE FERRYThe Park XTftMGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matinees including Sun day all seats lOco Night lOc and 20c frie Concerts By Natltllts Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings Igreatlyimprovedequipment throughout Societies ard parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts HARRY DECKER Assistant Manager SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP I50 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 I On the Elegant Steamers i City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every seventyfiveshe meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c Gnas fl Rogers BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of tbslr kind in the city lacks Magazines aidd Religious Afllcles- Ol1 =Fists nIYIOBnTIolf 434 West Jefferson Street All the lateand new Styles and Shapes pricesCaUandw FOR SALE Twostory brick houseand lot 40x180 1214 Logan at Apply 1207 SShelby FOR SALEi House and lot 50x180 corner Shelby and Oak Its Apply 1207 S Shelby HOARDERS WANTED Largo trdnErooms for ladlesl or gentlemen Kxcellenttabla arid rates rea soaable MRS M McINTYRE Home Phone 21741j 800 Fourth the need 40f a T Mld iiM for young worklnstA wuien tm IKIMB central toWItiithe titlsf i I ItiKanitartetttl r p SUNSET EXCURSION WITH VAUQEVILLEIBY MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 6 1912 MUSIC VAUDEVILLE DANCING STEAMER COLUMBIA I Boot Leaven Foot of First Street nt C3O P M Tickets GOo ON TO FRANKFORT Frankfort Council No 1483 K of C Extends to the members of the Knights of Columbus of Kentucky a cordial invitation to attend their Second Annual Outing at Glenwood Park Frankfort Ky Thursday July 4 Music by Second Regiment Band Dinner and Sup per on grounds Dancing and amusements of all kinds Admission 25c IFANCYFORLACES WEDDING AND SUMMER DRESSES SUCH AS Cluny Baby Irish Ratine Macrame Valenciennes Laces Real Handcrochet Roses Each tic iiReal Handcrochet Medallions lOc iiEach Handcrochet waists Yokes 44c for ilImitation Cluny LacesWide widths bands and edges come in white and ecru at yardlOc to lOc Valenciennes Laces French and German make broken match sets Bt yard 4c Dainty Little Venice Lace Edges and Insertions for finishing necks and sleeves at yarducJBeal Cluny Insertions and Edges dainty finishes for waists d 25c Ratine Lace Bands white jjYAr ecru yard 7Cc Lace Bands for dress trimmings white and ecru yard iD- ejeislJAneiJ LjxcesTjQesn and jSngllsh makes TnBeriionB and edges yard J r 7c Real Irish Crochet PicotEdge yard 23c Ratine Laces New lots whlto and ecru yard 48c Real Linen LacesGerman ands iglIsh makes insertions yard tOe Filet Laces Edges and Inser Uonyard lOo I INew Maltese LacesCome in cluny effects dainty trimming for lingerie waists or dresses inser tions and edges yard 7 BOO yards of Real linen Cluny LacesAll wide widths insertions wide bands and wide edges values 25c to 39c a yard per yard ISc Filet Laces will be much used for summer dresses nice bands yard I8e I INew Maltese Laces Como in cluny effects dainty trimming for iooerItlonsEdges white and ecru yard 10s Allover Black Silk Laoa New lots Just in yard 7Cc Real Linen Cluny Laces Br tremely wide much used for dress irlat nlaKel7ari3tr sr t Allover Black and White Laces for yoking the kind that washes yard ices Now Linen LaceSAll real Clunyipatterns Insertions and edges taI 5c I Clunyl Laces Bands and lEdges white and ecru yard S5c t HERMAN STRAUS SONSFOURTH AveNue INCCRPORAT MARKET STREET Ni AN tRON NtRMas NNbONINeNiN i UNUSUAL SALE OF FINE TROUSERSI Extra Trousers may just now come in handy Out ing Trousers in light shades and weights stripes plain color and fancy worsted Trousers for business or for dress the finest makes best in material tailoring and fit If you need trousers this is the time to buy them at about cost of material CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON The Only Exclusive Clothes Shop For Men and Young Men in the City SPECIAL OFFER For a limited period the Kentucky IrishtAmerican will present FREE with each paid i sufescripriori either neWor old a copy of C A swindles iIiter sting pamphlet uIs the Catholic Church the Deadliest Menace to Our Liberties and Civilization t The writer is a nonCatholic and Editor of the famous publication Branns Iconoclast Dont fail to take advantage oftthis offer DR J f CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and f H re Sh9einflroreV SCiENTIFIC AND PMcncALItoD SWEWfi r Hirs CI1 per iHMIveri4e 7j f II r 4Vt rJ1i ro 1 n u Ir n r n rD dr A- BMl f J r NTUOKY A11ERJCAN Y N if I a e 4oeN4e 1r1 I N0Wr FOR I x GAS STOVES LOUISVILLE OAS CO tr iM AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than anyone here Orders by mall promptly attended to Estimates cheer Uly furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST i BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky o iiiI r D J DOUGHERTY S J McEIAIOTT DOUGHERTY 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Telepbosea 1080 All orders receive prompt attentioc and satisfaction guaranteed HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS s FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dlttlll rs and Wholesale Deal ors in Finest Brands of Ken trcky Wk eklytNpolaUy peatlof NelsOn0 JIW a I- m tI1LPI NQ o ONLY THOMAS KEENAN FHRiral DklctotaRdElballfTEErHONE All Mill promptly attended to day or night Crri ge farnUhed for alt occasion 1225 W MARKET ST ILBOSSptSON funeral Directors and Embalmerse ol0 ER vJIIUi t Ii tIii 3 J BIG TURN OUT Will Be Made on Monday by Division 1 A O H- AtII a well attended and enthusiastic meeting Monday night of Divis- Ion 1 A O H with President Cusick In the chair and Daniel McCarthy acting as Vice President the1 members promised a big turn out on Monday at the Hibernian picnic at Phoenix Hill Park and the returns for tickets was a guarantee that the old division was doing its work A liberal appropriation was made to assist the Rev Father Ambrose of Corbin in maintaining his mission churches After Robert Osborne had been elected to membership a com munlcatlon from the County Doard was read giving in detail the work of that body and the action taken regarding the coming Catholic Feder tlon convention Spirited talks were made by James P Barry rhomas Fitzgibbon Treasurer Tom Lawler Thomas Keenan Daniel aicCarth President Cusick and others who wanted the Ancient Order proper I represented several suggesting that action be deferred until the Ladles Auxiliary had been consulted This was agreed to and the question wUl be settled at the next meetin- gLEBANON I Bishop ODonahue Conducted ImprcsslveCere monies Tuesday Last Tuesday a class of 200 young men and Women were confirmed by the Right Rev Bishop Denis ODor ghue in St Augustines church tat Lebanon in one of the most elaborate and impressive services ever held Iin the old church The distinguished guest of the day was Archbishop J- Li Spalding of thePeorla archdlc cese Assisting Bishop ODonaghu were Fathers H J Rotheut C C McDonohoe R Peters Edward DoesI vV P Hogarty John T OConnoi Charles P Raffo Patrick Monahan I Michael Jaglowlcz C RPresident ot St Marys College Ignatiu- erlos C R and IC Ladasius C R The Rev E J Lynch of Henderson preached the sermon The new high altar new stations and statuary tbe were blessed by the Bishop befor confirmation services were held I The ceremony was the last o- cveral such sacramental ceremony held in various churches in that section of the State recently ATVUMNI BANQUET The Alumni of St Xaviers College held its annual meeting and banquet Tuesday night at the Tyler with about ISO persons present Several addresses were delivered ir lulling that of the Rev Br- othsjjjtheColleg C K of A day at Fontaine Ferr Park on July 15 All the branche of the Falls Cities are Interested and it will be a disappointment if the occasion Is not made the pride of the season WITNESSED ORDINATION Mrs Catherine Kearns DrLeo 1learns Messrs William and Georg and Misses Katherine and Llllta i learns left Monday morning for at- Louis to be present at the ordination xercisea at StLouis University when Rev J C Kearns S J was elevated to the holy priesthood by irchsishop Glennon Father Kearns has a wide circle of relatives In Ken ucky GRADUATES Commencement exercises of St Joseph school were held Tuesday morning when diplomas and prizes wrope awarded by Rev Father Wit erdlng The seven graduates wen liases Adel L Moritz Benita Klug Marie Palmer Antolnetta Llebert Ethel Mary Bias Anna Schmoetzei and Cecil Schmidt Miss Morltz de vexed the valedictory address JESUITS BIG COLLEGE The largest college building in the and probably is being built by the snit Fathers on Crown Heights in Brooklyn between Eastern Parkway and Prospect Park It Is to beamed Brooklyn College The view trom the hill where the college will stand Is one of the finest In Brook lyn It overlooks Manhattan on one sldlj and theocean on the other Thli ulldlng Will cost about 2000000 About a third of the structure will- be of glass thus providing plentyot- ght and air ANNUAL PICNIC The Brotherhood of LpcomoUvq Engineers and Brotherhood of Loco motive Firemen have secured Fern Grove for their annual picnic which YUl be held on Wednesday August 1I Committees are now engaged In securing attractions and amuse tents and they will leave nothing undone to make this the greatest gathering of railway men and their frIends that ever left Louisville IiARGEST CITIES The twentyfive greatest cities at- the United States in their respective order are New York Chicago Phlla- ilphia Boston Pittsburgh St iuls San FrancUco and Oakland altlmpre Cleveland Cincinnati linneapollfl and St Paul Detroit Duftalo Loa Angeles Milwaukee Providence Washington New Orleans Kansas CJty Ko and Kansas CltyKan Louisville Rochester aattle lafllanapdllpI Denver and P 0rtlandror There are 226 cities 1th 25009 or more pejultlon I WAIli fpR ITAIIt 1 Wo t =1f ttd xeea eoarae- tl u Views of Ireland Genuine Photographs 6x8 inches Make beautiful pictures when framed Price 15c each two for 25c i M CREEDON 4543 Cottage Grove Ave I Chicago Ill iI i Did It Ever Strike You That For 15 Years We Have Made Old fiats Like New National Hat Gleaning Work CON J KOLB Prop PANAMA AND STRAWS CLEANED and BlEACHED Home Phone 5161 533 West Market Street Give your boys an education that wiU prepare them for tire ST XAVIERS COLLEdl 112 W Broadway lonliville Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Classical Scientific and BusIness Courses Preparatory Department Large SwimmIng Pool Well Equipped Cymric slum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANQ ISFOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FO- R35O CULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sis Climb S 2892A Home 6225 HENRY HUNOLI OBAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Grocerlo 5 A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Hama Phone 4330 524 W WALNUT HOME PHONE 3924 Fred T jflefFernan Grocery and Cafe FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIO RS AND TOBACCO N W Cor 35 h and Madison GIVE MQ A CALL e 11 3QJI1E PKQNE 3924 Fre eP ileffernan Grocery and- o Cafe I FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO N W Cor 35th and Madison GIVE ME A CALL JlLBrownfiedGoII 553 THIRD ST Engineerr and Contractor 3TEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7846 streaky hair Washing the hair With oap only halt cleanses It and produces but a temporary fluffiness If hey will Wash their hair with a tea poonful of canthrox dissolved In a cup of hot water they will ho longer lave any use bar other shampoos The scalp will bq immaculately clean and the hair wilt dry quickly taking on a brilliance and flutflness that will last Canthrox removes all andruft dirt and excess oil and tops the Itching at once PROTESTANT Seminary Has Given Rome Brilliant Priests and Laymen The recent conversion ot three imlnarlans from the Protestant New York General Theological Sem jary recalls the large number of graduates and nongraduates ot this Institution who are numbered among omes recruits The most Illustrious otr them all was the late Right Rev Levi Slllimau lyea D p Protestant Dlshopot North Carolina who was a student at the seminary In 183 and with hisl Wife a daughter of tlshop John Henry Hobart startled the world by making his submission t Pope Plus Dr lye lived a long an I1 useful Ufa as a Catholic layman I atid was one of the founders of ilie- Nej York Catholic Protectory It ab gave a the ntev Edgar P Wad h tmswhd gjraduaYed In the place of t4B anti becaine Ihe flr Bishop of Pgdjansbujgh JJi T1 Other gradu tei 1 Yho became CatlfplOB numbered drty too I a twentytwo of Uie pn dualeL t 1i interesting If It tff t Jonverte all EIJW optJBOf I i I LEADERS Division 3 A O M Active In Coming Pudllc Affairs I splendtdyattendednight Vice President John laloneY wielded the gavel and after obllgn ing Emmet Desmond announceed three morq applications for member ihlp Following the reading of a communication from the County Board the Chairman appointed n committee of six to assist in taking care of the divisions part In the great picnic to be given Monday tat Phoenix 11111 Park in which theII members have a lively Interest retary John Hesslon reported tbe proceedings of the quarterly moo- Ing announcing that the Count Board had voted to place a float aIn the Catholic Federation in August At once a generous approprlstKv l was allowed the County Hoard 1 to help defray the expenses of provldI Ing a float appropriate to the occt I sign and creditable to the Ancient Order Magistrate P T Sulllva spoke on tile national convention and matters pertaining to the futur of the division and order were earnestly discussed by exStat President iGeorge J Butler Michael Sheehan John Morris L J Macke James Broderick Tom Quinn and others 1RKSEXTED AUTOMOBILE f I In honor of the twentyninth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood and the eleventh anniversary of the institution of the printer and night workers mass some friends surprised Father Evera of St Andrews church New Yorl City by presenting him with an automobile and a promise to pay aU expense for malntalnance of it Tin one who made the presentation re marked there was nothing too for the priest who had gotten goodI every Sunday morning for I rears to say mass at 230 and the confessions of the printers and light wqrkers and who spends tour hours every day as chaplain to the unfortunate prisoners In the Tombs prison Father Evers name Is mown throughout the whole county on account of his great work FATHER IfANLPA nETTER Tho Rev Father Benedict Hanley ot the Passlonist Monastery on the NewbUrg road who has been seriously ill at the Mercy Hospital ir Des Molnes Iowa is reported im proving Father Hanleys illness re ulted from a broken kneecap sustained last winter which confined him for a long time to St Josephs nfirmary this city- FIRST MASS Tomorrow morning at 10 oclock ho Rev Father iFellcIan Sanfort who has Just been ordained will elebrate his J Mtffttt0t St Bonl I was nt 6 oclock Monday morning at- StTames church by the Rev FBather Hugh Daly The attendants were Miss Elvlse Lott and R A UCkels After a wedding breakfast ho happy couple left on a bridal trip t ijt LEBANON One of the most pleasing social unctions had Jn Lebanon for a longtime took place Monday evening when former Mayor and jlrs John iarr entertained In honor of their oungest daughter bliss Sarah Katherine Barr who has just returned from Loretto Academy The affair was In the nature of a lawn ate and the spacious lawn around the beautiful home was profusely illuminated and decorated and pre talrYjlandlMBONGTON Louis Hillenmeyer son of H flllenmeyer the widely known Lexington nursery man and Miss Anna Lee Bain daughter of former City reasurer John W IBaln were mar- rIed In Lexington on Wednesday morning at St Pauls church in the resence of a large assemblage of Mends Walter Hillenmeyer rather of the groom and Miss larlo Bain sister of the bride acted a1 attendants After the ceremony the couple left for an extended bridal tour I through the North LATEST IN STYLES Bunches of grass are popular as- hat trimmings Plaits are appearing In the skirts DC cloth and linen Copper color is frequently com blned with dark blue Knife kilted frills are seen on tafteta gowns and cents Most of the really long sleeves on evening dresses are transparent Touches of brilliant coloring ap- pcar upon the majority of coat suits Many of the lingerie gowns have broad girdles of bright colored silk Buttons of all kinds share honors with ruchlngs and plaitirigs as trimmings Afternoon frocks of striped silk- ne shown with trimmings of plain tatteta Ball fringe of white crochet is festive upon frocks of rwhHe lawn organdie mull or linen Tiny serge frocks as well as those of soft summer Bilk show gathered llnees around the waist Little changes are not i11nthes- hape of lace jabots though the ptajoritycllng to the oneelded ettect IEUIPLE Just been r icelyed into the Catholic church fiS asked by a friendPr whose i Aching were you converted to ifaollcltyBy ones was the 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4111in n o c HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doin the INewsI Meet your friends at Phoenix Hill on Monday night Denver Hibernians will have a great reunion at Glacier Lake next monthWalter Cusick was at home as I Financial Secretary of Division Tuesday night- Members 1m 1e of Division 1 pleased to have Treasurer To Lawler with them Tuesday night Rev Fathers Wolohan and Phelan of Pueblo Col have been elected delegates to the Chicago con vention New divisions are being organized all over Ireland and the member ship of the auxiliaries Is constantly Increasing Milwaukee Hibernians are mak ing great preparation for the annual Irish picnic and the State conven lion both to be held In August Remember that Monday has been declared a holiday Take advantage of It to spend the afternoon or even Ing with your friends at Phoenix HillJoseph Lannan Charles Riley and James McCue members of Division 3 are recovering from their Illness and will soon be able to attend the meetings Chairman Tom Qunn of the Hi bernian Social Club wants all members of Division 3 to lend assistance in making the moonlight excursion the best of the season County President Dojan occupied the chair at the meeting of the Board of Councilmen on Tuesday nightIlls rulings showed him to be a good parliamentarian Members of Division 1 had a warm greeting Tuesday night for Thomas Shelley Patrick Meehan Thomas Fitzgibbons James Twohig and Pat rick Connors all old guard mem bersThe Hibernians of Portland Ore will give a monster picnic on Colum bla University grounds on July q the proceeds to be devoted to th benefit of the new instltuteof Holy Cross parish Edward Cradlck and Patrick Stone members of Division 1 on the1 sick lIstare both improving Thel former who has been at the Cit Hospital with a broken leg is now able to sit up Monday night Sergeant John Maloney who is directing the affairs of Division 3 during the absence of President Hourigan paid the mem bers a nice compliment for their splendid showing at recent meetings Much interest was shown at the meetings held this week In the Hibernian reunion to be held a Phoenix Hill Park next Monday All1 members were urged to boost the affair and be present at the park In this way only will they perform their duty and pay oar great old order the debt th the parish school closed The auxiliary at Germantown Pa conferred the degrees at the last meeting on a class of thirtynine Bishop ODoherty of the Philippines was preesnt and congratulated the organization on its success The four leading Massachusetts football teams have entered the field day contest of Division 72 of Boston at the Locuststreet grounds July 4 There will also be a hurling match and amateur events rhe picnic at Phoenix Hill brought out many of the old guard ot the Ancient Order among them Thomas Hannan Hon JJohn Ryan Thomas F Morgan Thomas Shelley John Kelly and many others who were active workers thirty years ago Michael Keaney the veteran of Di vision 2 was too ill to attend bu was not forgotten by his old friends FONTAINE FERRY For Fourth of July week Manage- Bilgera vaudeville offerings a Fontaine Ferry Park are entlrel new and all are feature acts The attendance this week was largo In deed but with the special feature- for a the Fourth It Is expected to sur pass all records Out In the pirb all the amusement devices will be f operation and Natlollos band wit1 again be heard In delightful free concerts Robinsons menagerie wit1 also be found an entertaining as instructive feature for young andL old asil Includes many rar animals OFF TO CHICAGO Miss Mary B Sheridan Supreme Vice Presidentelect of tbd O K and L of A will leave tonight or in the morning for Chicago where a meeting of the Board of Directors of that MondayNhilovisit several of the local branch meetings and If possible remain for the national convention of lheJJ Ladles Auxiliary A O H PICNIC ON FOURTH The Fourth of July Committee of St Josephs church are putting the finishing touches to their work and expect to mako their picnic at Phoenix HlllPark next Thursday ant oldfashioned affair of the kind the public likes to attend occasionally but rarely has opportunity There will be no books but plenty of amusements for old and young have been secured The ladles of the parish will serve an excellent dinner and upper for a nominal sum SCHOOL CLOSED St Vincent de Paul schoo attended by 202 boys and 235 girlsTheld its whent tlflcatee closlbgexerclsesThursdayI I the pupils Thta excellent school has eight grades and 1s In charge of the Ursullne Sisters Any child attend ing at Vincent de Fanlf school and satisfactorily completing the eighth of grade can entpr upon tke Moad e- 1ectllllatollmaltoou 4 in areeoorMaT to LJ 0 CUSCADEN GIVESII Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE CREAMPHONES Factory 309311 S Second Streett FOR Furniture r Of VII Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST MONUMENTSHaving stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer thee same to parties wishing to Improve their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware StYNew Muldoon Monument Co SOCIETY DIRECTORY A b H 1tMeets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday President Martin J Cusick Vice President Charles J Flans gasRecording Secretary Anthony J Tpmpklns IFinanclal Secretary Joetjifcifar w rell financial Seqretary TpfP M r roll 1808 West Market JTreasurerThomas P Zewj m7t SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel H nry1 McDerjawtt r DIVISION J tfeets ilret and third TV Odd Ilile rs tIa11Sixthjaad nut BtrMts wr PrIQCBl+ iJVice PtellcIetroJi r YfcfekqKKRecording J CKcefe Financial SecretaryJohn J Koaney 1607 DumesnlL Sergeant at ArmsJ Charle- t Obst Sentinel Edward Brennan DIVISION I Meets First and Third Mondays PortlandtHouriganYVice President J Mi Maloney Steva Financial Secretary John O Hesslon 1710 Baird DoughertyrSergeantatArms Jamoa Stevens SentinelThomas Noon 4dMeets Second and Fourth Monday StreetePresident John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial SecretaryThomas JLangan 807 West Dak Treasurer Thomas Downey SergeantatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y AX I MAIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link Second Vice President William JEUhn Financial Secretary Wm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os borneCorresponding Secretary George- J J autz- TreasurerRobert T Burke Marshal Fred Sehuler Inside Sentinel Peter Andrlot t Outside SentinelrrJoseph Higgling PETER PENCE rjrTr 1 The annual Peter Pence collection for the Holy Father will be taken up In the churched oC the Loutevllle at all the masses tomorrow his collection ordered by Bishop theHolybut to std him i his work u chief pastor of the ffcthful throughout the world Offerings made In this collection are a tribute to the Vicar Jeeua phyla from KB faithful whoef btaeirtjig I thiwe vho eeatrnat tOWHII flaktJli l Q- q Lt L 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death occurred at Mitchels town of William OFarrell who had been town stationmaster for a num ber of years iFather OConnor has been elected Chairman and J H Campbell J P Secretary of the Queenstown Old Age Pensions Committee The Athy Magistrates have decided to impose a fine of ten shillings on any person coming before them for the offense of drunkenness on Sundays A retired dealer named Patrick McLaughlin of Derry while walking along the Quay became suddenly ill and died on being removed to his residenceEfforts are being made to have the trunk telephone extended from Mulllngar to SlIgo taking In Long ford Carrick Boyle and other towns on the route The Limerick Corporation has de clared Messrs D OSiilllvan Sons contractors for the building of a number of houses for the working people at a cost of over 55000 John Douris has been declared the purchaser at 13000 of castle and park outside iDungannon which formerly was one of the seats of the OXellls Chieftains of Tirowen Miss Josephine McCormack daughter of R McCormack of Klllenaule County Tlpperary was received a member of the Presenta tion Nuns community at Carrlckon BuirThe death has taken place at Athlone of John Hunt who for many years was prominently associated with the various public boards in that town being at one time Chair man of the Urban Council The death occurred rather sud denly at Watorford ot Stephen Far roll Deceased was seventyfour years of age and a tailor by trade was identified with the 67 movement and was cast into Mountjoy Prison for fourteen months A fire occurred on the premises of J Morgan of Newry and the shop and its contents were destroyed de spite the efforts of the fire brigade By six votes to two the Portadown Town Council decided to enforce thee act of William III which prohibits trading on Sunday The Recorder of Dublin in opening the City Sessions at Greenstreet Court House stated to the grand Jury that the city was substantially free from the grosser form of crime that prevailed elsewhere That had been its condition so far as he knew for the last seven years At a recent meeting of the Mohill District Council four of the tenants of the condemned houses in Chapel lane applied for the new cottages being built on the Treanmore farm The houses near completion were allotted to Mary ONeill Bridget Coleman James Manning and Pat Carr I e alla as- ize ai e t rtjepted on a charge of having as lied and beaten Hugh Brady tie Brady and Patrick Cav agh while they were returning from Cavan Fair The death is announced of the Most Rev Dr Corbett Bishop of Sale Australia Deceased belonged to an old Limerick family and was wrote of the diocese of Limerick be fore he went to Australia In the 160s When the new diocese of Sale was established he was made the first Bishop On his visit to Limerick in 1889 he was presented with the freedom of the city ASKS FOR HELP thesnew Catholic Foreign Missionary Seminary is appealing for subscrip bona which are only fifty cents a year The Field Afar was founded five years ago to prepare the way for a morelgn missionary society A seminary has been established at Hawthorne N Y where subscrip tions should be sent to Rev James A Walsh Father Walsh says their groat work Is to help awaken the American Catholic conscience to the need and opportunity presented in heathen lands especially in the Far East and they feel assured from re sults already obtained that a worthy proportion of the true flock of Christ will be found so Catholic as to re spond RIVEBVIEW ATTRACTIONS Under the shade from large forest trees and picturesquely situated upon tho Ohio RIvervlew Park will have for Fourth of July week a variety of amusements that for excellence have seldom been equaled anywhere a huge treat for the thou sands of men women and children of the Falls Cities The offering of the Rlvervlerw iPark Players will be one of the best of the season and will uphold the standard of the ex cellent stock company playing there Don Philippines blend Miss Leh manns vocal solos the miniature railway and the bathing pool will be among the other magnetic attrac tions GIVEN CLEAR FIELD Thomas J Dolan Democratic candidate for Councilman residing at 1 2129 Portland avenue this tIled with the County Clerk his weekjj ion asking that his name be on the poll books in the primary election to be held on August 3 Councilman Dolan has made good since his election from the Twelfth ward and his wide acquaintance and popularity assure his return to the office without opposition COUNTRY OUTING I July 24 will be a day of pleasure tor St Helens congregation on the Eighteenth treet road for oa that day the annual outing and picnic will tales plane This event will be on the grounds of the church and gatlonwJ11HrYe auperI U dl 0 J jI- u JryjrlA cj t MENS2 250 and 3 I STRAW HATS FOR i25A shape for every face a size for every head and a style for every age Come and pick 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