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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1 KENTUCKY 11 e ReI t IVOLUME XXIX NO L LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 61 1912 1PRICE I PAGEANT Planned For Catholic Fcdor tlon Greatest Ever Seen Here Religious and Historic Seen I Will Bo Shown on Many Floats Largely Attended and Enthusiastic Meeting Hears Offi cial Reports COMMITTEES ARE ANNOUNCED The greatest religioushistoric pageant ever attempted In this see tlon of the country Is now being con structed In liousvllle and when completed will form one of the features of the American Federation of Catholic Societies national convention to be held here during the week beginning Sunday August 18 This pageant will ohow in artistic mag ttlficence and historical accuracy scenes both religious and patriot from the discovery of this country down to the present day From present indications there will be eat least thirty floats in the monster parade which will take place on Sunday afternoon August 18 The construction of big floats is now under way in different parts of the city and forces of designers artists carpenters modelers and otherI have been working under the direction of Col John H Whallen Chairman of the Parade Committee Alderman Barney Campbell andL Architect Walter Hlllerich who have had experience with spectac ular parades The Catholic Womens Club was I thronged with representative men And women at the regular meeting of the local Catholic Federation presided over by Dr Peter S Qanz There was much applause when announcement was made that repre sentatives were present from St Charles Borromeo church and that the parish would place a float In the parade About fifteen parishes have thus far reported that thej will be represented in the parade with floats and these augmented by those of the Ancient Order of Hiber niang ittholic lnightsiotAn 3J ca l +Rrw Youn ens atsit i Ladles Auxiliary Knights of Columbus Knights of St John Columbia Athletic Club Catholic Order of Foresters and other socle ties will bring the number up to be tween thirty and forty Eugene J Cooney Chairman otI the Convention Committee reported that 3000 invitations had been is sued and that there would be over 500 delegates in attendance at the convention and that with the ed- Itors and visitors the number the convention would attract to Louis rule would be away up in the thou sands He also stated that 3000 copies of the souvenir book n w in the hands of the printer would be Issued and would be found a work of extraordinary merit A commu nication was received from National President Edward Feeney which Included the call for the convention The programme though not yet completed has among the list who will deliver addresess at the public meetings and before the convention the names of Archbie hop Messmer Bishop McFaul Gov McCreary Mayor Head Rev J H Dorsey Lieut Gov McDermott and the dis tinguished Catholic editors Rev John J Burke and Rev Paul Chew John Doyle created much en thusiasm when he announced the part the Knights of Columbus would play as did also Thomas Keenan and Magistrate P T Sullivan repre senting the A 0 H the latter stat ing that he was going to Chicago to Invite their national convention to come here in a body Col Joe Mc Ginn wanted all to know that the Catholic Knights and Uniform Rank would make as goqd a show ing as any and several others made like statements Tho annual convention of the Catholic Prose Association will con vene here on August 16 and 17 the date having been advanced one week This will bo attended by nearly all the Catholic editors and publishers of the country Attention of the Federation was called to the part taken by certain Federal officials in the attempt to- organize the Guardians of Liberty in this city following which the matter was referred to a special committee which should report at the next meeting when the case will be laid before the Government authorities at Washington Before adjourning President Gans announced the names of those constituting the twenty committees that will serve until after the great convention adjourns HTELD AMERICAN FLAG Madame Key Ulount the daughter of Francis Scott Key author of the Star Spangled Banner was a con vert of the church and lived In ParleI and Rome During the last FrenchI rebellion when Archbishop Darboy of Paris and several priests were ehot and kilted by the CommunistsI and when priests and nuns were Im orUtoned and exiled Madame Key Blunt holding aloft the American flag led the Sisters of the BaoredI Heart through the streets of Paris lUfytag Ute cutthroat toll place oft If o tl safety outside of the city Her confidence in the protection of the Star Spangled iBanner as well as her bravery news of which was sent Itoe this country excited the admiration of everyone Her daughter was a member of the sisterhood and her only son was a Lieutenant in tho Carllst army of Spain PATRIOTISM Thoughts Catholics Ex pressed Forlndepen dence Day Cardinal Gibbons By the graoo of Jesus Christ I am a Christian b1 tho Providence of God I am ran American citizen Count Onahan How do I define the term American It stands In my mind for liberty order education and opportunities Orestes Brownson Every Catholic should love America rejoice in her prosperity labor for her true Interests and pray for her conversion Judge Morgan J OBrien The same care and skill should be exhlh Ited by men who love their country as is shown by the potter in moulding 1clay or by the sculptor in bringing from a block of marble tv form c of symmetry and beauty Fathers of the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore We bellevi that our countrys heroes were the Instruments of the God of Nations IIn establishing this homo of freedom to both the Almighty and to his in Btrumonts in the work we look with grateful reverence Robert Walsh 1784185D W should never inquire Into the faith or profession religious or political ot our acquaintances we should be sat sfled vfaen we find usefulness In egrlty beneficence tolerance patrl otism cheerfulness sense and man ners Archbishop Ireland Flag of the United States flag of my country 1 I offer to thee the tribute of most sin cere allegiance and most warm atfec ion My heart my life are tame I am proud of thee for tho glories that thou dost ensure I pray the God of nations to bless and guard AmericaGeorge Washington to the Ameri can Catholics I presume that your fellowlcltlzens will not forget the patriotic part which you played In the accomplishment of their Revolu Lion and the establishment of their Government or the Important assist ante which they received from a na tion in which the Roman Catiholic faith is urofessed Archbishop J L Spalding The characteristics of a true American are good will sympathy with the- helnlesasand o preSS thtf1 lelm e upr gMnessrtmergy r ttt 7a dustry and If we love our country and desire to mako Its institutions permanent we imust labor to cultivate these virtues In ourselves end In those whom we are able to Influence Pa- trIotism like dttarlty begins at home OLD FACES gain Increase Attend ance at Meeting of Di vision 1AO H Old and welcome faces again Increased the attendance and interest at the meeting Tuesday night of Division 1 A O H when a cordial greeting was given Deputy Jailer Peter Cusick Edward Clancy and William Cushion President Martin Cuslck occupied the chair and obligated I Thomas P Osborne and kept the business moving Secretary Tompkins read a letter from the Rev Father P Ambrose O S B at Cor bin acknowledging the contribution 1 for his missions IItheIII IIreceiptsIII past The books were found correct and well kept and not 1 withstanding the unusually large amounts appropriated for death and sick benefits and charitable purposes the treasury still remains in a healthy condition Patrick Stone III and Edward Cradlck on the eck list for the past month were reported near complete recovery I Senator Mark Ryan Thomas Keenan County President Dolan and others appealed to the members to I flo their part toward making a proper showing in the Catholic FedII ration parade next month ndIsomeI gestions made that Division 1 ar rango a series of entertainments for I Its members during the fall and win tor months were taken under advise sent and will be further considered at the next meeting TRINITYS ANNUAL OUTING I Among tho notable amusement vents of the present year will be I the annual outing and picnic ot rlnlty Council T M 1 which takes i Iplace next Wednesday at Fern move Many athletic games are scheduled Including some with comic features and an event ot Interest wUl be the boat race with a handI I omo trophy for the winner and a econd prize All of the boats of the Forry Company have been secured I and on all there w111be music and groundsItefreshmentsI I In abundance and a day for which Trinity has the reputation assured by the Chairman A E Schneider ha looks for a recordbreaking at endance Boats will leave the foot if First street at 880 oclock In the morning and 130 In the afternoon areallrt i a CHARITIES IIProgramme For National Conference at Washington in Sep tember Sessions Will Bo Held at tho Catholic University of America All Catholic Charity Organizatlo Are Invited to Send i Delegates MANY DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS The National Conference of Cath olic Charities has just made announcement of the papers and speal ers in the general meetings which will be attended by all delegates to the conference which will be held Sebt ember 22 to 25 at the Catboli University of America at Washing ton D C The conference sermon I at the solemn opening mass will be preached by the Right Rev Bishop Cnnevln of Pittsburgh- At the first general session on Sunday evening September 22 I Right Rev Thomas J Shahan rector of tho Catholic University at Wash Ington will deliver the President address in which he will dwell upon tho church in charity Thomas lM Mulry of New York City President of tho Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society will hay for his subject The Government iIn Charity and F P Kenkel of St Louis editor of Social Justice and the Dally Amerlka and Director of the Central Bureau of the Central Vereln will discourse on culture riild charityThe programme for the second general meeting of the conference Monday evening September 23 is as follows The Poor as Victims of Their Material Environment Dr Lawrence F Flick President Free Hospital for Poor Consumptives and White Haven Sanitorium Association organizer and exMedical Di rector of the Henry Phipps Institute for the study treatment and prevention of tuberculosis Philadelphia The Poor as Victims of Their Moral and Social Environment Miss U1Waur i I on of the t and SoclalRIghts of the Poor James F Kennedy President of the Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society ChicagoAt third general meeting of tile conference the following papers will be presented Cooperation Among Catholic Charities Miss Adelaide M Walsh Chicago Co Doeratlon Among All Charities Dr lames C Hagerty professor of econ mlcs and sociology in the Ohio State University Columbus Cooperation Between the Parochial School and Relief Agencies Rev Joseph F Smith Superintendent of Catholic schools of the archdiocese of New York Our Need of a Directory at Catholic Charities by the Secre tary of the conference The pro grammes of the different sections will be made known later In view of the many Inquiries con senting the National Conference of Catholic Charities the Secretary has Issued the announcement that all Catholics who are In any manner In t rested in Catholic charities will be welcomed to the conference and will je entitled to take full part in meet neceRIorder to have the right to attend the onferenceAll charity organizations ire invited to send delegates but Its not necessary for them to present credentials of any kind As It is the desire of the Executive Committee to promote personal acquaintanceship among leaders In Catholic charities In the United States the largest pos ilble attendance of those Interested in Catholic charities Is urged Mem bership is not limited by the payment of dues However a contrIbu lon of 3 entitles one to be listed as- a paying member of the conference For two years and to receive a bound opy of the proceedings without further cost A contribution of 10 entitles one to be enrolled among the sustaining members of the conference and to receive a second copy of he report without further cost upon equest Information concerning all features of the conference will be sent to those who apply to the Secretary National Conference ot Catholic Charities Catholic University Washington D C LITTLE GIRT HURT Elizabeth Heffernan the tenyear old daughter of Robert E Heffernan 1 reisivoduries Tuesday afternoon inII rhile riding a bicycle she collided with a street car which had stopped att Twentyreighth and Madison streets She was taken to her home where she received medical attention RETURNED TO KENTUCKY Prof James Richter for twenty ears Principal at Gethsemanl College but since that noted institution va destroyed by fire connected iltti the Homeless Child Institution at Staten Island NY has resigned I n M I his position thereIa d returned to Kentucky wh rel bad accepted R position with thtMrivl11e Nash yule Railroad Coitgpiiiy at Ninth and Broadway f Rlchtdr bas a Most or friends this city and State who are gUdbjtolhave him back in Kentucky Hfejjtgcpijd as an educator was of tlieorder and throughout the ccjffeify many of his former pupils baW attained positions of promlriewi ti L DEMOKATIC 1t r Ticket Named Aft Long and Ha II1 Fought OJMitct3For liomisa ion t U jj Nominee ltnrslit Thought by ll1n1 to be Stronger Thnn Wilfio IIt Chance for Succ y I ip RePndl tlon of tho seUAi1i1lser OiNEORAKANARE SORE f The action oMBe National Democratic convention at Baltimore 1In selecting Wilson of New for President oovldrow R Marshall of t for Vice President now lenrs the field for political actlonMJIjetween the tWQ great parties Jno one believes anything will come of the propose Progressive part of Roosevelt ias all Interest in ihfc Rough Rlderhao died out the general public being sick and tired AflhIS spectacular el forts for notoriety and between he and Taft the MnsorYatlve public would give their unqualifiod support to the present Q Jef Executive Gov Wllsbh4t b Democratic non nee is the son FUpr Joseph Wilson a Presbyterlan iwlnlster and the grandson of Jud James Wilson an Irishman otccROh descent who migrated frot County Down to Philadelphia h itl1807 In 19Q3 the Democratic flpiOlnee was elected President of 4Blnceton University and served at it head until September 1911 wive e resigned after being nominat i pr Governor byth New Jersey Hntl pnventior- Gov ltomeiak ar hall txJis run lullllii node amre utLo 1 II mon people and a great many people ofleve it woulu have been a tronger ticket witjh the positions reversed as Gov Marshalls course In public life has been more open than he New Jersey Executives The people of Kentucky especially would have boon more than glad to give their hearty support to their Hoosier neighbor as head of the Democratic ticket The only discordant feature of the Convention and which at this writing trill be a great drawback to the strength of the ticket is the prominence given to William Jennings Bryan who has lost caste with the ank and file of Democracy and a better taste would have been left in he mouths of the voters if this self exploiter had been cast out of the convention by the nape of the neck and not left to abuse the whole tate of New York because of his llsllke for two or three moneyed ten who in all probability earned heir millions more than the Chau auqua lecturer and writer for newspaper syndicates llt1OOO per day luring the Republican and Democratic conventions Even the South which was always loyal to Bryan has become disgusted with his dictatorial tactics and turned its back on him zany of the leaders believing that a better step toward harmony would have been the dropping of Bryan No one at this stage can predict capably the success or defeat of the Democratic ticket as the effect of Jryans abuse of New York will have to be considered whether the Empire State leaders will come in line and above all the Democrats from all sections will want to know if Bryan is to be the dominant figure In this campaign as claimed by the Evening Post and other Republican tapers If Bryan is not repudiated and that lone quickly by Wilson and his managers then the Democratic ticket is In for a hard campaign itherwlso It would be easy sailing SCOTT AND MILES When that grim old warrior Gen Vlnflold Scott led the American Invading army to victory in Mexico heat I tho following In his proclamation We are friends of the peaceful Inhabitants of the country we occupy and the friends of your holy religions hierarchy its priesthood The same church Is found in all parts of our country crowded with devout atholics and respected by our Government Jaws andpeope Now Gen Miles the agedand fidgety hampiori of the new Guardians of Mmerican liberty professes to be raid of the mme church and the line people the valiant Scott eulogized over half a century ago VICHITA DIOCESE There areJa the diocese of rlchtta ninetytwo priests sixty ive churches with reeldent priests iftyeight Biwioii with churches rye aeaderatofi thirtyfive parishes irlth Mhoelfl mud about 32000 Jathojios Viers5 were ten priests wltnth imnt Ulskop was ap listed t y S- iIi DODGES President Cooney Comments co n Gen Miles Kccent Letter Mead otCnthollc Press Assocli tlou Asked Pointed Questions Pity For the Man Now Led b1 Band ot Professional Bigots RIGHTS OF AMERICAN CITIZEN I Recently Edward J Cooney President of the Catholic Press Assoclt tlon addressed a letter to Gen Nelson A Miles in which he questioned the objects of the Guardians of Liberty and the Generals connection therewith Gen Mlles answered President Coonoys letter by dodging the issu and not answering it on which the latter comments as follows Gen Miles is rather peevish Also ho dodges the issue He does not answer Mr Cooneys letter but pro ers to Indulge in a lot ot rhetor and platitudes about the principle of our constitution and the Institutions of our country Wihat Mr Miles Gen Miles rather was asked was this Did he or did he not approve of the principles of the Guard- Ians of Liberty Did ho or did he not endorse the attacks upon the Catholic church Catholic dignltarlat and Catholics generally made by the leaders of tlhe Guardians of Liberty such as Rev Augustus Barnett ot Philadelphia or former Congressman Halnes of Now York or Tom Watson of Georgia Does Gen Miles believe In stirring up the embers of religious animosity religious prejudice and factional strife Does he believe that Catholics are not loyal citizens ot this country Does ho share the opinion of Tom Watson that the prelates of the Catholic church are plot ting the downfall of the republic and planning a Papal monarchy Does he seriously entertain the belief that the Knights of Columbus are drilling nightly and secretly against the peace and dignity of the nation Does he bellevo that the V Catholic church schools do not proiyuco good citizens oMhe think that because true publi 1 k dtpnaralteaching ey have a monopoly of 3 that Is good in tho teaching world Again does Gen Miles believe that the Catholic pioneers discoverers andI missionaries who were In this coun try long before the first man that boreI tho name of Miles ever expatriated himself from his native land were traitors and iplotters Does ho believe that the Catholic soldiers who followed Gen Lafayette and Rocham beau and Kosclusko for American liberty and independence were enemies ot American liberty and inde pendence Does Gen Miles seriously bold the opinion that the Catholic soldiers who fought and died in the lays ot 61 that this country might be free were not fighting for the cause of Americanism of American principles and tho American consti tution Does Gen Miles think that tho noble and heroic women In theI orphan asylums infant asylums and hospitals of this great nation the women who nursed this soldiers dur ing the civil war who were mothers to them advised and consoled thorn are not a credit to the American re nlibllc that produced them and to the church that gave them to the nation Has Gen Miles over heard ot that post of tho Grand Army of the Re public at tho University of Notre Dame entirely composed ot Catholic priests Has he ever heard tho story ot the heroism selfsacrifice and privations ot the nuns who followed tho armies ot the Union In the critical days ot the civil war Does Gen Miles believe that Cardinal Gibbons or Instance is not a loyal citizen of this country Does he think that Archbishop Ireland is a traitor Does he seriously entertain the belief that such men as Chief Justice White ot the United States Supremo Court Senator OGorman Justices Dowllng Delaney and Cohalan of the New York courts former Attorney General Bonaparte United States Minister Maurice Francis Egan are not good Americans What then Is Gsa Miles talking about Why does he refer In his letter to Mr Cooney to the dictation of your church What does ho mean when he asks of Mr Coonoy If you or any of your associates believe in openly or secretly manipulating controlling and dictating the political action of any portion of our citizens in order that In time our republic may become subject to and subservient to your church Who Is Gen Miles that he should ask such ridiculous questions s it not the right ot every American citizen to try with all legitimate scans to control It ho can the politi cal action ot any portion ot our cit- Izens Is not Col Roosevelt endeavoring to do that very thing at the resent time Is not President Taft s not Gov Wilson I Is not Speaker Champ Clark and Gov Harmon and Congressman Underwood and Senator LaFollctto and others Who ever tried to make the affairs of State subordinate to the dictation of your church Does Gen Miles know what he te talking about or Is be In his dotage The nan fa1 to be pitied who after a brilliant career tyll of patriotic service to his ee a try should allow himself tobe Ml y the nose by a antll groapet lo- n fessional bigots and should so end ibis life in fighting his fellowcitizens his brothers of years gone by his iad mlrers and supporters of yesterday Poor old Gen Mile- sGO1N1 SOME Macldn Council Lets Contracts i to Paint Home Mackin Council Y M I was go- Ing some Monday night and the ma present took much interest in the proceedings After President dams had obligated two more members Vincent B Smith and Secretary Will- Iam l A Link reported for the Catholic i Federation Rev Father Martin Weldekamp O M C who was l1rea ont in an address urging the Y 101 t to make a splendid showing In the Federation parade awoke a spirit that leaves no doubt but that tho float and number ot men in lIno will equal that of any of our local societies Dr J A Casper assured the members that the sunset crierslop on Saturday evening would In every way eclipse any ever given 1 by Mackin Social Club Contracts were let for the painting of the club house and other improvements that will give it the appearance of being entirely new An hour was given to L smoker when several lively short talks were heard The Entertaiil mont Committee through A CLlnk and L S Cuniff announced that can July 29 there would be a social soiI sjon and smoker with an abundant of refreshments of all kinds and a good time for the members By the increase in membership last week Mackln will be represent by six delegates at the coming Grand Council which meets n t Owensboro Mackin is the first council to have this distinction and breaks all records in the history c f the Y M I having the large membership ever attained by any council HALIFAX Hibernians Receive Assistance From Brethren Here President Hugh HourIgan resumed his place Monday night at a well attended meeting of Division 3 A O H when one application was tiled and three candidates were ob llgated Following the reading of a communication from Halifax r ti IlIyI ei1 JrQ priatlon to assist their Halifax brethren who are erecting a home tor the Hibernians of that city that will be known as Emmet Hall Secretary Thomas Stevens reported theI proceedings ot the last County Board meeting and stated that the annual picnic had proved a most ratifying success Magistrate P T Sullivan spoke on the coming con ventions of the order saying he would attend the meeting of the national body at Chicago Delegate John Hession In reporting the plans and work of the Catholic Federa ion made an earnest appeal andL urged that the Hibernians make a creditable showing in the parade on August 18 ExCounty President Walsh was present and delivered an Interesting and instructive address on the national convention and tho proposed amendments to the constitution of the order Several other members were called upon and delivered short talks a feature that Is making the meetings of Division 3I quite IntereS lngII GROWTH OF CIIUROII iDurlng tho Pontificate of Plus X fortysix new dioceses have been erected in the Christian world eleven of them in the United States These are Fall Rlvpr Mass andi Great Falls Mont erected In 1904 Superior Wls and Oklahoma City erected in 19 OB Rockford III erect ed In 1908 Crookston Minn and Blsmark N D erected in 1909 Toledo Ohio erected in 1910 Des tomes Iowa erected In 1911 andl Corpus Christi Texas and Kearney I Neb erected in 1912 During tho same period fifteen archdioceses have been erected throughout tho world and twentyseven vicariates apostolic RECEIVED IN AUDIENCE Pope Plus X received in private audience on Friday tho Right Rev Bishop FarrellY ot the ClevelandI I ilocoso The American prelate spent K rno time with the Holy Father and appeared pleased with his reception With their usual disregard for truth the secular press correspondents tell hat they discussed both the religious and political situation in the United States especially In the Presidential cam31gn Reporters were not present and the statements made are both ridiculous and without any foundation ivhntever KLKCT UHAW PRICE William H Price for nineteen fOOtS Secretary to tho Ixntlsvllle jhiof of Police and widely known and popular was east Saturday elected Secretary of tho Louisville Parental tome and School Commission Tho commission will have charge ot hulld Ing tho homo for dependent and de inqucnt children that conic under the lUpenvlslou of the Jefferson County avenue Court Secretary Price was wamended Vy J Xdgow Smith Dr Leo Block and Elizabeth Walsh wJto are commended for their selec Ulon The Trew r r H sot yet MM 1 I PROSPERITY Onuses Marked Decrease in tho Exodus of People From Ireland America Gets Nearly All Those Who Are Leaving howy Never Betoro Vas There Such Demand and Well Paid Labor CANADIAN BOOMERS WITHDRAW Dublin correspondents note thathopeful changingcondltlo11s the report of the Registrar General oil 1 beenIssuedthe five nded 070sons 4u being a de t thecorrespondingThehopeful thatItI steady det idine In emigration figures which was a feature of the reporta until 1909 In 1910 I upIsPectalConditions StateshaslogsOutpersonswentCanadafiftythreeAustralia ninety to New Zealand 795 to Great Britain and nine to other countries I Even more significant than the fIgures theCanadian totheI every oftheseI I theUnitedI payingIJ they frankly admit that as far as Ireland Is concerned they cant earn their salaries and they are gradually withdrawing from the Irish field ai devoting themselves to England ai Scotland where the rush of eri grants today is something like tin which almost depopulated Irelan twentyfive years ago These agents tvhnrqshrewd observers decla emigration is the growing prospe of Ireland which makes it possible for the people to earn a living at home In addition to this Ireland by European standardsIs really underpopulated at present and there is practically no unemployme- ntFarmers complain that agri cultural labot never has been so scarce and so dear and to the indus trial towns of the North it has actually been found necessary to Import workmen from England and ScotlandAnother Interesting feature of tire present emigration is the fact that by far the greater proportion of it is drawn from the North The poverty stricken South and West are finding work at home for their own people It is only fair to say however that the Northern emigrants are a differ ent class from those who used to go from the South and West In the old days tho Irishmen who left the k old land were almost all agricultural laborers who went out in the hope ot earning higher wages in the new countries but with little immediate prospects of being anything but wage earners The most of the Northern emigrants today including prac tically all those who go to Canada are the sons ot substantial farmers trades people and professional men who go out with a little capital to take up land of their own There Is also a fair number who have been attracted by the tales of big crops and high prices and who have sold their Irish holdings to try their luck under better conditions Some figures of the trade of Bel fast in 1911 will show why the emi gratlon of mechanics and laboring men is falling off During that year the wages of 10600 employes In the ship yards were increased The two big yards Harlands Wolf and r Workman Clark employ over l2000 men between them and their weekly pay roll is 176194 One company making rope and twine employs 3500 persons and although the raw material last year was scarce and dear the output was- larger than ever while the linen trade which j is Belfasts staple Industry had a boom year It Is stated that the percentage of unem ployedment in Belfast is the lowest in the United Kingdom and it maybe added that in the skilled trades unemployment Is practically nonexistent GRANTS FIRST PARDOK Acting Gov McDermott haSre leased from the Frankfort peaRcm tlary J W Mulligan who was con victed In this city and sentenced for for housebreaking Thefive years unfortunate man had boon confined for more than a year and therefore tho Governor thought executive clamn fey should be shows the minimum term having been served ELFCTRIO FIRE ENl 1C The tint electrically drlvea eam tire cmxlae In the United Stat has beern added to the el1it of U- UtNwf York tire department a a- a n C o i5i1 j k KENTUOKY iiii A1I ERIOAN KENfflCKY IRISH flMERlGflKi- veted I to the SocialI and Mor l JTinceraemeut o IrishI Americana and CatholicsI Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CatboHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorported Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ac- Motored 1 t tbo LvaltvllU Poitartlc o StcondClu HitUr AMKMiUCoMMlcitlMi to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wet Qreea Stt IIIr UNION TRADES CQUNCIL I I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 61912 I PUBLIC TIRE I I Tile American public is certainly entitled to sympathy in its long- suffering from the harangues and selfboosting tactics of those two worthiesRoosevelt and Bryan FOSTERS RIGHT SCIENCE That the Catholic church so often represented by her enemies as opposed to science and advancement has always on the contrary fostered education to the utmost of 1 her resources is a fact familiar to anybody who reads Her progress throughout the world has been I the measure also of civilizations progress Wherever she has brought i tlle light of the gospel there has followed l consequence the cutitias a natural tlon of those twin graces of civilization learning and refinement WOMEN AND THE BALLOT Locally at least and generallY speaking says the Sacramento Ciatl enfranchised sex 1In olic Herald the California does not appear to hold In high practical appreciation its newly acquired right to vote At I the two elections held since the women with Itheclothedof the State were privilege of taking a hand in Ithe selection of public officials they have manifested no great eagerness to exercise that prerogative Though appealed to by the press which advocated and worked for the extension Of the ballot to their sex the women lack of Interest strikinghave evinced a in the matter Despite the earnest propaganda of members of of active participation their own sex in behalf in political affairs the vast majority of the women of the neither theState have apparently taste nor the desire to shine in that tield ot energy At any rate a rre arkably small percentage of their lumber have availed themselves o f Jnetr rights at the polls Ands i safe to predict the same will b 3 gild of Kentucky women LLEGES WITHOUT RELIGION The Rev Dr Francis E Clark founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor makes out ia striking contrast between our Oath olic and nonCatholic educational female colleges pointing out that in the latter the mannish manners of the modern college girls are destroy- Ing the ideal type of womanhood Catholic fathers and mothers who are about to send their daughters to colleges or academies should give heed to his words The lack of spiritual training received bY the girl graduate of mod ern times has a tendency toward th destruction of the best traditions oI f s womanhood I believe that women h should be physically perfect and that sound bodies should be developed with sound minds No one can min- Imize the importance of careful training along these lines but in finitely more Important is the growth ot the same spiritual strength that our grandmothers and mothers gay F to the upbuilding of civilization t Mannish manners uncouth and often almost vulgar speech seem to have become a characteristic of the modern college girl The modern education of women Is rapidly working toward the elimination of the gentle spiritual and altogether lovable type of womanhood that has ennobled man hood and been the greatest of all civilizing factors in the history of theI world Physical and Intellectual development area necessary but when both become so important In the education of women that all other womanly attainments are forgotten we may well be alarmed for the future of our homes and institutions 4 The slang of the college girl of today and her affectation of mannish manors of speech and dress are Abominable EDUCATIONAL The Catholic Educational Assocla tlon in session at Pittsburgh last week adopted many forceful resolutions notably the following which all rightminded people will approve Whereas taxation for professedly I educational purposes is steadily in 3 creasing due to the persistent tent dency of the modern State to trans rff iropet sphere be It resolved that tough the State has clear Indisputable rights in respect of education it should limit itsj aetiritiiw to the province defined for It by jtsanon andiJustice thu refer enclna and protecting the rlghtlofI 1Werelttrate1 I l 1 n- I f I I consists in the training of the mental faculties and the development of Christian character and not merelyI in tim imparting of knowledge en InformationIn age with its alarming disrespect for tho constituted authority of the home and of the State we wish to emphasize the fundaI mental and timehonored teaching or our church that all authority comesI III from God that the custodians of authority are the representatives ot God and as such must be given that respect and reverence which the exIj altcd nature of their office de 1 mantis I Thomas E Watson of Georgia indicted for sending obscene liter J ture through the malls did not attencI the telegraphed Baltimore National convention IVntsonIIII Clark Howell that ho had poisoning and would not make th 31 11fromI 11 Any man who stands for Bryanlsm deserves overwhelming defeat And the same for anyII Rooseveltlsm1- Two I man who stands for selfishII more unscrupulous dangerous and unprincipled men politically this country has known neverIII i 1The automobile continues its awful reIcordedI run down by machines that were going very slow Very strange Isnt it that accidents never happenII when autos are exceeding the limit I The work of the Catholic educator at Pittsburgh last week demon I etrated that the church is very much alive to the needs of the times I No matter what people think oft the ticket named at Baltimore the III will concede that the platform is right y v v ijJ Parents should remember that no education is complete unless it has I God for its foundation The ticket Is not altogether to ourI liking but who ever got all they wanted r may RECENT DEATHS Adam J Goebel for thirtyeight years with J Bacon Sons died Sunday morning at his home 902 East Gray street after an illness of only four days Deceased was connected with a number of societies and had a wide circle of friends who mourn his death The funeral serv ices were held Tuesday morning at eSt Martins church with Interment in St Michaels cemetery Sunday afternoon Rev Patrick Walsh conducted solemn funeral cerv ices over the remains jot Mrs Mary Deemer an aged and devout member of the Sacred Heart church The de ceased was horn in Pranqe but had been A resident of Louisville childhood Mrs Deemer leaves a son and daughter Thomas Deemer and Miss Sarah Deemer of this city and two sons who are residents of St Louis Tho funeral of William Dolan who died Sunday night at the residence of his sister Mrs John Pierce 408 East Main street took place Tuesday morn ling from St Michaels church Besides his sister he leaves one brother Michael Dolan a former Captain in the fire department The deceasedI was born In this city fortyone years ago and preceding his death was asII sociated with John Hendricks at Clay and Market streets Friends and relatives sympathizeI i with lranJi Mrs John H Dacher 1100 Ellison avenue who on Sunday uttered the loss of their fiveyear I old son Walter Saturday a splinter entered Ws foot resulting in lockjaw and death despite everything that could be done to save his life Thett little fellow was a nephew of Magls rato Frank Dacher Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St Tlncent de Pauls cburchC Fred Michel thirty years old und a widely known resident of New Al lany died Sunday evening at the res dence of his grandmother Mrs Fred 1 Vunderlich 619 East Spring street wing two sisters Mrs Edward tack and Miss Ida Michel For a number of years past the was eon lected with the late Fred Wunderlich In the wholesale liquor business The 1 uneral took place from St Marys r church of which deceased had been It- a member since boyhood il l CLEANS COFFEE STAINS I tC To clean coffee stained linen soak In cold water to which has been add I- ied a little borax All coffee choco Ii1- 1Jate tea and fruit stains will dlsap I- iJlMr If boiling water be poured over M I through the spot before the linen C land yh od It to best to do this whlleJ the miato rech and den l- r 111 i cm iiA kfl i S07BlIZTV It b ii + o p Mrs W 0 Head has been enjoyjj Ing a pleasant sojourn at Olympian SpringsJames I H Monaghan of Central City was a visitor here tho first ofII weekMrs i ward Keating South Louie i vllle has been enjoying a ten days visit at Tampa Fla I IMrs J H Sullivan and daughter Bertha have returned from a visit to her father at Bonnlevllle Miss May Hussey of Marydale was the recent guest ot Miss Elizabeth Ansbro of the Highlands IMr and Mrs Hunton B McCan are expected to return today from their Eastern wedding trip Mrs Floyd Burns of Lexington has been the guest of her sister Mrs L McCloy on Frankfort ave nueMisses Marie Heverin and Lena Bowling are home from a weeks visit to Mrs Charles Mahoney at New Haven 1Miss Beatrice Harreld Is In Frankfort to spend several weeks with her aunt Mrs George Sal enderMrs Fred Peake and daughter Dorothy have returned from a visit to Mrs Charles Mahoney at New Haven IILoulsvflle people in New York during past week were Wili Gatto L H Harprlng and J F Schunicht IJohn and William Silk left Bunday to spend three weeks visiting friends and relatives at Memphis and other Southern points Miss Elizabeth Sweeney has re turned from Bloomfield where sbe spent ten days at a house party given by Miss Mary McCloskey Frank Driscoll son of Mr andl Mrs Frank P Driscoll of Hainllto avenue who has been away at college o Is homo for vacation IMrs W J Barry and son Watts IanIsasi I visit for the past six weeks IlIss Margaret Becher of Atlanta has been spending the past week In Jeffersonvllle her former home as the guest of Miss Stella Kehoe IThe Young Mens Social Club en tertained Wednesday evening with a- I select dance at Utopian Hall in honor of tho St Louis Bertrand baseball club Mrs Lena Den and announced the VeronaJi oIHly Cross church Mrs W Ii Mapotber and daughter Miss Helen Mapother will spend the month of Augus at West Hampton L I Mr Mapothor joining them later in the month Michael Donahue and bride who have been on a honeymoon trip to relatives In the East will reside at 3163 South Third street where tbey have handsome apartments Aloyslus F Loeser and bride Miss Elsie Mae Caummlsar mar ried last week at the Cathedral wll reside in the Highlands on the re turn from their honeymoon trip Miss Lillian Godfrey arrived home Monday from Indianapolis where she spent ten days as the guest of Miss Mamie Sweeney and was entertalne at several receptions given in her honor Mr and IMrsJ George Kremer Fehr Kremer Miss Elizabeth am George Kremer Jr arrived home- e Saturday from Lexington when they attended the BayneHlllenmeyei wedding Airs L Denhard announces tho engagement of her daughter Miss Verona Denhard to Austin W Brennan of Cincinnati The wed ding will take place July 17 at Holy Cross church Mr and Mrs Charles FitzgeraldI and daughter Winona ofNew Albany went to Marengo Cave last Sunday to spend a week with Mr and Mrs J Jf Weathers before taking an exten sive Northern trip rWitHam P McDonogh returned ednesday evening from the Na ional Democratic convention at Baltimore where he met his brother James McDonogh who was a delete from New York City Mrs Edward J MoDermott and children are In Frankfort where they will remain until Gov MoDer mott returns to this city The Lieutenant Gbvernr is the States Chief Executive during the absence j f Qov McCreary- William Lanlban 1468 South Shelby street and Henry Nieman 702 amp street spent the Fourth attheIr omes entertaining friends and re calving congratulations over the arrival of pretty baby girls who will bo hrtetened tomorrow Clarence Hanephln and bride who aa Miss Ernie Quick are expected to return today from St Louis where ley have been spending their honey moon They were married on Thursd- aY of last week by the Rev John Connor at Holy Name church Mr and Mrs Manion entertained riday evening at a surprise party honor of Mlsa Lillian Manson hose present were Messrs Charles orris Francis Davin Joseph rant John Connelly Robert Davin I hn Price Charles anion Wlll c m Dearlng Leonard Manion Frank f U Grant John Black Michael Black Misses Margaret Scully of Lexington Gertrude Reilly Mamio Relllj Nora Hallahan Carrie Ruff Lilllan jlertnldaulon e Mary Black Mary Manon Cecill Jordan Rita Manion and Anna HallahanA composed of Misses Cornelia Ballard of Chicago Cecolii Smith of Washington county Katie Rose Dant and Louise Dant and Ger trude Sympson of this city left Monday evening for an extended trip to Washington Atlantic City New York and other Eastern cities J R Jones and bride who woe Miss Madeline Lamley daughter of Mrs Mary Lamley 1913 Duncan street loft Sunday for Magee Ark where they will make Weir home They were married at St Patricks on June 24 by Vicar General CronIn and visited relatives and friends at Frank fort and other points in the State before departing for their Arkansas hone DEATH A SHOOK The death last Friday night of Capt Thomas tP Coleman who wasI run over by an automobile near Glenvlew just outside the city wasI a shock to his friends who numbered In the thousands Capt Coleman and his two sisters Misses Nano and Catherine Coleman were returning from an evening visit with relativesI and were on their way to the Interurban car when the awful accident occurred Tom Coleman was 1 for many years a well known figure on the streets of Louisville a man oft kindly word and generous heart and on all sides were heard expressions of sorrow and regret over his sudden death The body was brought to the residence of Mrs Bannon Coleman 1412 St James Court and on Sunday afternoon the funeral services were held at St Mary Magdalens church Rev Father William Gausepohl ol flclating Interment was in StLouis cemetery the pallbearers being Richard W Donlgan Thomas IColeman Walter S Clark Henry F Donlgan H R Phillips and Harry Chambers While many n prayer will ascend for the repose of y his soul universal sympathy Is felt for the three bereaved sisters one of whom is a Ursuline nun at Clncin 1natl TAKES KLAUBER PLACE William T Meehan for the past fifteen years with the Messrs Klauber the Fourth avenue art dealers who are retiring from business has decided to continue on hisI own account the cork he has been doing for that firm Mr Meehai has established himself at 721 South Floyd street where he is prepared to receive orders for hanging and arranging pictures repair ing cleaning and restoring of frames and pictures and home decorative work Hisl long exp rlenceI with the Klaubers Is a guarantee of efficiency and reliability and should bring him many patrons in a business that requires a special skill and Judgment a oioici Fr Since scapular medals have been authorized by the church Rev Father OIBrien Vice President cof the Catholic Church Extension Society will send one free to all who send twentyfive cents for a years subscription to the Child Apostle a sixteenpage monthly edited by a priest that ihas for Its object the building up of the home missionary spirit in the hearts of the children of the country Attention Is called to the advertisement in an other column FONTAINE FERRY PARK Next weeks vaudeville bill at Fon sine Ferry Park will present a nun her of entirely new and successful I funmaklng features which will in fa1111ilyI cured by Manager Bllger to I appear with Natel1os band andII acknowledged one of the foremos park singers in the country will apII I pear in the free concerts and sing I twice daily Ho has a wide re pertolre of songs trod will feature I I some of the latest song hits I POISONED BY MISTAKE Anna McGill of this city hail sa narrow escape from death Tuesday night at Indianapolis where she has been visiting Mistaking six tablets containing poison for headache tab j lets she swallow d them and a short time later was found in a critical condition by her roommate Mrs Mary Thomas Two physicians were i summoned and worked with her for inI hour before she was pronounced out of danger WITH TilE SICIC Patrolman James Hourigan of the First district P A Crltes of the Fourth John Murphy of the Mike Donahue of the Iraf SeventhII and J W Klley who were oft duty lost week because of illness arc all recovering and will soolt be at their I posts In the fire department Henry tXell John Galway and Con Savabc have been off on sick leave but for ucately their Illness was not of Serious nature VICTIM OF CANCER D Following a Tong Illness of cancer lavld J ONeil aged fortytwo years died Saturday evening at his home 316 East Court avenue Jefforsonvllle He was formerly a member of the fire department and the fire bells were tolled following the announcement ot his death The deceased was a native of Jcffersonvllle and is sur j vivee toy tote mother Mrs Margaret ONell his widow one eon and one j daughter tHis funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Augustines church when iRev Fattier OX3orinell ilebratod the solemn requiem mass SWEETEN CLOSETS Small pieces of charcoal laid in tbe corners and upon the shelves of stfl will abaorb d arbniHM and die pel unpleasant odorII o a u A FONTAINE FERR The Park Beautiful Yli VAUDEVillEI I XTRAGOOD j Daily Matinees including SunII day all seats lOc Night lOc and 2Oc free Concerts By Matlellts Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS THE BIG PA- RKRIVERVIEW I The Shpw 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 daily concerts by Don Pbilipplnl and his band of thirtyfive SIMPLY CHARMINGA- ND SO VERY CHEAP MILES FOR 150 50 CENTS 150 IOnthe Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati lOne of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Thud street every Sunday at 9 am goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY S- Oft c 6I13S ROQBfSI BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thsir kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles Or WJEKX DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street Views of Ireland I Genuine Photographs 6x8I inches Make beautiful pic tures when framed Price 15c each two for 25c M CRREEDON 4543 Cottage Grove Aye ghicag ill i I All theiateand new Styles and Snap can be found here at reasonable prices Call and tea us A Scapular Medal Free Scapular medals have been au wonIa d you one free if you subscribe for the Child Apostle a sixteen page chil drens monthly costing only twenty five cents yearly It is edited by ia priest especially for little ones and filled with instructions short stories and pictures Stamps will do Address The Child Apostle 1133 Mc Cormick building Chicago Ill BOARDERS WANTED Large front rooms for ladles or gen tlemen Excellent table and rates reasonable MRS M McINTYRE Home Phone 2174J 809 S Fourth KNIGHTS OF COIMBUS Lte News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The council at Albany Ore will Initiate n class of twentyfive thi month eII The council just Installed at Bee ville Texas started with fortynine members Sixty candidates entered the ranks of Columbian Ism last Sunday at Vlnamac Iad- Syracuse Council has donated to the parochial schools of that city the historical works of Rev A Guggen berger S J In the club house to be erected by the Knights of Watertown will bet ball room 53x80 feet the second largest In the city Denver Knights have a strong baseball team Their star pitcher John King has been signed by the Philadelphia Athletics A special over the Rock Island from Chicago to the Colorado Springs convention will carry the K From this and surrounding lghtsI The iProvldonca Visitor says the unprecedented demonstration atIWashington was too much for Guardians of Liberty and In Rhode stand nota word has been heard from them since The Hibernians ot Portland Ore w1Jl play tha Knights of Columbus forIthj S 11 Iiri Li J 1I OUTING AND PICNICII OF TRINITY COUNCIL Y M I At Fern Grove Wednesday July 10 1912 Boat Race Baseball Game and many athletic features Music and Dancing Refreshments in abundance Boats leave foot of First street at 830 in the morning and 130 in the afternoon Tickets 25 cents SUNSET EXCURSION WITH VAUDEVillEBY MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 6 1912 MUSIC VAUDEVILLE DANCING STEAMER COLUMBIA Boat Leaves Foot of First Street at 53O P M Tickets GOo 7 BIG CUT On Fourth of July Specials Will Continue 1800 1500 and 1250 X950SUIT VALUES 25gSUITVALUES5QCU- NNING LEWIS BROTZGE N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON The Only Exclusive Clothes Shop For Men and Young Men in the City ST BENEDICTS COLLEGE ATOHISON KANSAS The Leading Catholic Educational Institution Select Boarding School for Boys and Young Men Conducted I by the Benedictine Fathers CoursesPreparatory Academic Collegiate and Business Buildings fireproof and moderu campus extensive Location unsurpassed iu point of health Students limited Terms 240 per year Write for catalog REV D LAVERY O S B Director j Academy of the Sacred HeartCRE- SCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CGflDUGTED Br THE UftSULTNlT SISTERS This beautiful garden spot enriched by nature and embellished by man stands on an eminence overlooking the pike leading to Cherokee Park distant about one and one half miles The Curriculum handled by a competent faculty is thorough and comprehensive The Academic Course Includes Asides the usual studies in science special advantages in French German Latin and Elocusties The Commercial Course is taught extra The Conservatory of Music conducted on the plan of the European Classical Conservatories has won the highest praise from leading musicians In the Art School eery opportunity is afforded The classes pursue a thorough course in paintIMOTHER DIRECTRESS PO St Matthews Ky Sacred Heart Academy 3- m ul The Last Dollar ll 5 you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a iIIIIIITho ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED m t a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR Ii- U must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the la U dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ul Ky0 Title Savings ankIIIIII and Trust Co j Fifth and Court 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Estimates cheerully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKYI- T I IS ALWAYS PURE IIIJ McKenna Distiller Fairfield KyP irif 4 4 + + 44444 + 4 + + 4It44t + 4 + + tI4ti4tUf + t4 + 441 + 41 t 4 + 4 D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 EmbalmersBoth Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARK TCT STR- EETwmifhsSon t t t t t t t i ran It AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETp TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East I1nun Street FOR RHEUMATISMHAMPFMUELLERS RHEUMATIC REMEDY Works wonders on any Rheumatic subject regardless of the form Whether MUS CULAR ARTICULAR SCIATIC or INFLAMMATORY actually relieves the pain after taking four doses and safe for the most delicate stomachs or systems For sale at all drug stores GOo and 1 Prepared only by KAMPFMUELLER NJANFG COMPY 108 East Main Street Louisville Kentucky John B Ratterman 1117 W MARKET ST Funeral Director and Embalmer Telephone 1180 CB THOMPSON FLORISTONjY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone tOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guarant- eedIIERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dlatlllers and WbolesaieJDeal l en in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOlT EpIA1 BONR TifryiiM 1141 2S4 SIXTH STMEt n i THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Eibalisr TELEPHONE 365 Ill alghLCrr1 1225 W MARKET ST HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers lC1oiix AV NU T leoae l0ZZ 0 t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Past 1VeekGeneral- News Note Division 4 will meet Monday even- Ing Not until after the national and State convention will anything new be undertaken by the local divisions All the members are glad to see Thomas Lawler back in harness again as he is a valuable worker tor the order Among the important measures for consideration by the Chicago convention will be a national irisur anco feature For attendance at meetings of DI- vision 2 at Syracuse a pair of gold cuff buttons were drawn by Martin Duggan last week- Massachusetts divisions have sub scribed over fCOO for the memorial to be erected at Cohasset for victims of the brig St John President James Regan and other members of the National Board will be here as delegates to the Catholic Federation convention County Financial Secretary Lan gan deserves great credit for his complete report of the finances of the County Board picnic Hampden county Mass increased the membership 365 last year and today the value of real estate held by the divisions is 100000- A high compliment paid the order lately was that of a lady who stated that everyone always seemed at home at a Hibernian affair I After electing eight new members at a recent meeting the Hibernians of Bayonne N J donated 100 to the Irish Parliamentary fund The demand for another reunion grows stronger each week and sa formal request will be presented at the next County Board meeting Chairman Tom Quinn and his associates lose no opportunity to boost the Hibernian Social Club moonlight excursion on the Ohio river on 29 JUlYI A repetition of the recent in honor of the delegates to the State convention will be discussed at the next meeting of the County BoardThe New York State delegation to I the national convention will meet in Buffalo July 13 when they will leave In a special over the Wabash for Chicago I Every Hibernian In the Falls Cities owes it to the Ancient Order to help make the proper showing when the Federation parade takes place next month Division 3 has none on the sick list now This means another in reuse in the strong box which la carefully guarded by John Hession and Dan Dougherty County President Dolan will visit the New Albany and Jeffersnville di- vIsions this month and invite them to march with the Louisville divisions in the Federation parade Patrick T Mullen always wel 07t II tJft1wTMm R j lJltuc1wlDd t tin Sheehan addressed the meeting of Division 3 Monday night and aroused much enthusiasm Mrs John Arthur State President of the Indiana Ladles Auxiliary has been visiting New Albany and Jot ersonvllle for the purpose of organ- IzIng divisions in both cities Pueblo Hibernians are working hard for the Colorado Springs convention and are determined to bring home one of the highest offices This division has greatly increased its membership this year Though they are not making public their plans the Kentucky Irish American knows the Ladles Auxiliary will present one of the surprises in the great Catholic demonstration here next month While lively contests for the various national offices seem assured the probabilities are that National President Regan the first Western executive the order has ever had will be elected for a second term Division 4 meets Monday at Ber trand Hall when the officers look for a large attendance This will be the first meeting of the new fiscal year and therefore the business will bo of more than usual Interest Not In many years have the candidates for State offices in New Fork been as numerous and aggres lye as this year and therefore some lively contests are likely to follow the opening of the State convention at Watertown- A keen and lively canvass for votes for the office of National Sec retary is now being carried on the candidates being James T McGin Qis of Scranton the present Incumbent and Patrick F Cannon for MassaIchnsettsSyracuse Hibernians expect many prominent members of the order rill stop there awhile on their way to Chicago on July 11 to attend their annual gathering which they hope to make the largest ever as i CenItralPICTURES OF IRELAND The Kentucky Irish American has received from M Oreedon 4343 Cottage Grove Chicago 111 samples at his genuine photographic views of Ireland which are pictures of merit and worthy a place In every Irish home Nothing like them has ever been offered in this country They represent every city town and parish and at the reasonable price offered should have an immense sale For further Information see advertisement elsewhere MONTH OF JULY July ill the old Roman calendar WM ailed Qulntllis or tile fifth month and had thirtysir days Romulus changed the number to thirtyone and Numa reduced It to thirty days It so remained till the time of Julius Caeswr who comm norated the fact of Its being hiss native month Ibyr9 Btoring It to thirtyone days After Caecara death Marc Anthony changed the same pi the month to July in honor of the family name of Cear toTrtiom be dad been devotedly at S HomiZhose 6687 HENRY f CUS FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenuei OPPOSITE POSTOFP1CEI Greenho ues Charles and Texas StreetI JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING1 A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED Did It Ever Strife You That For 15 Years We Have Made Old Hats Like New National Hat Cleaning Works CON J KOLB Prop PANAMA AND STRAWS CLEANED and BLEAtHED Ylome Phone 5161 533 West Market Street Give your boyan education that win prepare them for Ufo ST XAVl RS COLLHQfc 113 W Broadway i onUviHe Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Largo Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANG 15FOOT ROOM SIDES AND CElLINp FO- R35O CULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oik Sts Cumb S 2692A Homo 62- 26HiJNOLD HENRY DBALI R IN Staple and Fancy Oro codas A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty It 21 W L81n TOME PHONE 3924 red T Jleffernan Grocery and Cafe INE WINES AND LIQUORS CIOARS AND TOBACCO N W Cor 35th and Madison GIVE ME A CALL PETER M AND RIOT SONS A BiiI fees WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires I Z05 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET I tached The historians say he se honoraryItually to denote that Julius was the Emoperor x f the world and therefore the appropriate loader of one halt of the year During the month of July the church has established special devotions to the Precious Blood of our DIvine Redeemer which are held In all tho churches throughout the world I CORN CHOWDER I Chop one medium sized onion coarsely into a pint of cold water Set over the fire and boll fifteen minutes Then add a medium sized potato cut Into cubes and a cupful of sweet corn Salt and pepper to taste Pour in one cupful of good meat stock mutton or lamb pro ferred and cook until the veg etables are tender Just before ret moving from the fire add a pint of milk Heat almost to the boiling I point but not quite and serve If meat stock be not convenient a table spoonful of butter may be substi tuted This must goln when theL milk is added I IEntire dresses of taffeta with sprig have made their appearance and have been corded raid rucfeed withI pale stein matching a particular color in the design ISlV8 are been wUeb reach al moetto the knuokfcw They are cut belledhaped though ptterwlw tight from the elbow No rufflM or qedtrimmings adorn het- E IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges D J McMahon has been unan- Imously elected Town Surveyor by the Listowel Urban Council- J H Mitchell was olected by the Tyrone County Council Assistant Surveyor in Castlederg district At a meeting of the Kilrush County Council Michael Mescall was unanimously reelected Chairman Twentytwo cases of scarlet fevei were reported to Galway Board ol Guardians as having occurred during the week John Carson a young Kilkenny farmer died as a result of Injuries received by stabbing at Ballygerda near ThomastownAn was hold at Letternrd Connemara on the body of Patrick Cameely A verdict of found drowned was returned There being no criminal cases at Macroom Quarter Sessions Judge Bird K C was presented by the Sub Sheriff with white gloves Michael Cody of St Mullins six mjles from New Ross was robbed of IL25 which was taken from a box during his absence tram home James Fogarty who has passed away at Thurles had attained the age of 1021 years Fogarty was in excel lent health up to a couple of month agoThe death occurred in the Presenta tion Convent Maryborough of Sister M Augustine iDoran daughter of the late Thomas Doran of Dublin at the age of seventyfour The death at the age of seventy seven tins occurred at Carrickon 5uir of James MulIIns Clerk of the local union a position which he filled for fortyfive years A singularly tragic incident took place at a wake In Ballyclare where Agnes McMordie aged about fifty was sitting talking with some people when she suddenly fell back in an apoplectic fit At the meeting of the Newry Na tional Teachers Association a resolu tion was passed in favor of the estab lishment of a summer Gaelic school at Omeath and a similar resolution has been passed in Dundalk At MulHngar Petty Sessions the Dis trict Council summoned Lord Gre vlllo under the public health act to compel him to put the Fair Green In the town In a sanitary condition and to carry out certain improvements Very Rev Denis Flynn President of St Flniana College Mulllngar has been appointed parish priest of St Marys Drogheda In succession to the late Very Rev John Curry For a number of years Father Flynn was ad ministrator at Navan The death took place recently at his residence at T ghmon of Patrick Ryan in his seventy seventh year He had long been identifier with the public and political life of vCounty Wex ford and was highly esteemed for his straightforwardness integrity and pa loUanu AtI1 special court at Gort M Shaughnessy F Burke John Nilan Henry Julian Frank Hartigan Bartly Murray John Howard John Conners Sr and John Connors Jr were re turned for trial on ball to Galway As sizes for the alleged intimidation of Patrick Kelly of Klllcrlmple The Bishop of Meath has decreed that the parish of St Marys Drogheda will Include the whole of Laytown village The parish of Sta mullen which has hitherto Included Laytown has had added to it the townlands of Shallon and Balgeen hitherto in St Marys parish Largely fhrough the instrumen tality of F J Bigger of Belfast a new motor boat has been provided for service between Bathlin Island and the mainland the previous boat hav- Ing been wrecked in a storm last Oc tober The boat was christened and blessed by Rev Father McKinley In the trial of Joseph and John Conroy residing near Stralde County Mayo who were indicted before Justice Boyd and a Dublin common Jury for alleged conspiracy there was a disagreement and the traversers were bound over In their own recog nizances to eomqp for trial on receiving ten days notice SUNDAY OUTING Meyers Grove on Silver Creek was the scene last Sunday of a most en joyable young folks outing First attending church the young people met and were chaperoned by Mes dames Jane Cusick and Buckles Fol lowing a sumptuous dinner there wasI a varied programme of amusements In which all participated Those whoI composed the party were Misses LI1I1IanMayme Hoertz Anna Gibbons Rose Dinken Alvina Archer Blanche Slgmler Louise Xenkemper Mattie Wills Mayme McGill Margaret Slg mler Florence Walters Francis Haysley Mary Grouser Maud Wells Hazel Weber Wllletta Kaolin Francis Humphrey Rose Felthoelter Evelyn Murphy Mary Boyce Mayme BucklesI9I Gilligan John Grouser Joseph Hlg Klns Gus Hoertz Sherley Bud CusIck Michael Healey Josep Butler John Healey Joseph Schu maneAI Habich Harry Slgmler Charles Manlon Fred Frailey Joh Hourlgan George Gillian Wlllardl Fleece Emmett Cusick Leo Mc Guire McBrIde James Peyton John Burke William Faetwengher FredI Wells Albert Krieger Will Durkin Charles Pretty Andrew Whltehouso William McGrath and Charles Mc Kune LAWN FETE All arrangements have been com plated for the lawn fete which will be given under the auspices of the Young Ladles Sodality of St Johns church next Thursday on the lawn of llrsLaura Leverone 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was installed as First Vice President The Membership Committee announced that arrangements had been completed for a musicale at the club house on Tuesday July 16 tor the members and their friends at which a number of prominent local singers will render solos A special committee reported an excursion to Owensboro on Sunday 4 when the Grand Council meets thereI a rate of 150 having been secured for the round trip The Picnic Committee reported that every preparation had been made for the entertaIn- ment of a great crowd of people at the picnic next Wednesday at Fern Grove INDUCEMENT For Catholic Knights Who Work for Their Order Owing to the successful flnancia management and increased member ship during the past six months the Supreme Council of the Catholl Knights of America have extended the period for which there will 1 be no charge for medical examinations until the end of this year Under the administration of Supreme President Felix Gaudin and the present officers the Catholic Knights are making rapid strides forward and the per capita reserve now the largest of any fraternal iIn- surance society has attained proportions that are surprising even the countrys greatest financiers Encouraged by the results thus tar this year premiums for the Institution of new branches are offered as follqwst Branch of twelve members 40 fifteen members 60 twenty members flOO Premiums will also be paid any who secure quarter haltf or full rate members for their branches This is certainly an iIn- ducement for Catholic Knights to add to their strength and numbers QUANDARY Confronts ConntyCouncII and Bachelors of West meath The Dunshaughlln District Coun ell Is In a quandary about a problem that concerns the lovelorn condition of the colleens of County Meath Three months ago Miss Bridgel Brannigan fa fair local girl wrote to the counpll complaining that she n P LM ggxRou1- have ldI to emigrate owing to the non marrying habits of the local bactiel ors This emigration matter Is a sore point in Meath and it wasI pointed out that the council hadl seventy male tenants who were un married So an order was promptly Issued that if these bachelors didl not marry by the middle of JuneI they would be turned out Today the situation Is that only a few have obeyed the rest refuse to rec ognize any outside authority on such a matter Several have shown they are over fifty years old and main taming aged relatives on earningsI that total no more than 3 a week In the face of this Ireland is watch o Ing with keen interest to seeI whether the District Council will ad mit Its defeat or proceed to evict the tenants Meanwhile offers of mar riage from Irishmen all over the world have reached Miss Bridget Brannigan in consequence of the publicity given to her original com plaint to the council She declares she will buy no pig in a poke however but will emigrate and re main single till she knows well the man with whom she will mate CATHOLIC BASEBALL LEAGUE The breaking even of the two leaders St Charles and St Will lam in the Catholic Baseball League last Sunday served to increase in terest in the pretty race in that league both games being won by n score of 2 too Holy Cross and St Louis Bertrand Improved their standing by winning double headers At Shawnee Park tomorrow St Charles will meet St Anthonys Tory Cross will meet St Brlgld St Martins will meet Holy Trinity and Bt William and St Louis Uertrand will try conclusions at Spring Bank Park Following Is the standing to date Won Lost Pct Bt Charles 9 1 900 St William 82 800 Holy Trinity 64 555 Holy Cress G 6 500 Bt Anthony 4 5 445 St Louis Bertrand 4 6 400 Bt Brlgld 3 7 300 BtI Martin r i 9 100 I MAOKIN COUNCIL SUNSET I With the fine bill of vaudeville and music Mackln Council Social Club expects to make the hit of a lifetime with their sunset excursion up the river this evening The club promises all who attend both young and old that they will be entertained asI never before Firstclaw vaude ville numbers will be rendered by the three Davis sisters MJssefl Lorena Margaret and Regina the MIsses Elobbert and Lee Dolly Dimples Miss Gladys Reigel and Master Allen Bruckert and Prof Tuells orchestra will furnish the dance music A part I of the boat will be reserved where refreshments of all kinds will be I served For the past two weeks Dr J A Casper William Rihn Joseph j Buffehr iEB Dillon and William I End have been working to the end I that this sunset excursion will sur pass all other affairs of Mackln Council Tlje boat will leave the I tOOt of First street at 5 3 0 oolook u I GIVES Green Trade Stamps- With Family Orders For I ICE- CREA1 I PHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second StreetI 1J FOR Furniture Of all Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to t WM F MAYER g 419 W MARKET ST MONUMENT 1 stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Mon ment Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to Improve their cemetery lots at very Ilow prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoiin Monument Go sac ETYll I RECTO R I1 I IAo H- DIVISION 1 Meats at Fall City Hall n First and Third Tuesday Preslden rIartln J Cusick Vice PresidentCharles J Flnne gait Recordlhjift Secretary Anthony d tr11FIBii lalil Secretary Joseph I Far roll IFlnsnclal SecretaryJos E Far MarketlTreasurer Thomas P Lawier- SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelHenry McDermott- DIVISION Z tleets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut streets President Con L Ford Vice President J J Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeefe Financial SecretaryJohn J Keaney 1607 Dumes- niiSergeantatArmsJ Charles bstSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION t Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland President Hugh Hourigan Vice President J M Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary John Q cession 1710 Baird Treasurer D J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennesay Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Barry Financial Secretary Thomac J LanganS01 West Oa- kTreasurerThomas Downey SergeantatArms ohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank O Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link Secoad Vice President William RlhnJFinancial Secretary IWm Link Recording SecretaryRobert OB iornoCorresponding Secretary George J Lautz TreasurerRobert T Burke I 1larahalliredSehul r I Inside Sentinel Peter Andrlot Outside Sentinel Joseph Higgins j TTBAOTION8 AT RIVERVIEW I Attractive features are on the cal I ndar for next week at Rlvervlew I Park whea U the teater one of the I best blllB 6f the season will be pruned t Out in the park there will t be T tg attractloas and Don Phillpplnl and hie famoai Italian band will ren der fourta Jtifffrwit programmea irougbout tte week which will ibe iternol fd irttk many favorite seleo- ae I at thtp afternoon and evening J inoertBt Mte Bwaniw Lebraann will appear at ttw eoiws rfa and all will tbtdJatJae MUMMWMta CoU Simons I winI efftr tllCiattatetort I t AUXILIARY Organized by Knights ofI St John at Outing- Sunday Last Sunday at Spring Bank Parka promising Ladles Auxiliary to the Peace and Harmony Club was organ Ized with a charter membership ot fortythree at a happy outing given by Commanderies 63130 and 175 ot the Knights of St John About 500 persons were present and enjoyed tho athletic features and the exhibition drills by the three commander Following the sumptuous dinner th feature was a baseball game which was umpired by Mrs Joseph IBreen Col J P Breeu Major Fox and Capt Kemper were honor guests and addresesd the gathering the former on the Toronto conventsn- and the latter on the Ladies Aux Illary Veiths orchestra rendered an excellent musical programme and 1be- tore adjourning resolutions were adopted thanking Col Whallen ifor the use of his grounds TheKnlghts of St John propose to make a feature of these reunion outings and wl11 therefore hold another In Septem- bENCROACIIIIIENT Rome Appears to Have Captured the Baseball Kings It might be well worth the while ot the Guardians of Liberty to look Into the composition of the baseball Industry in this country It seems just possible that the Pope of Rome maybe reaching out through that medium for the subjugation of the unsuspecl tug people of this republic At any rate here Is a little item of newe 1In this connection calculated to arouse the apprehension of patriots of the G of L brand We clip the same from an Eastern euchange Many of the topnotchers In pro fesslonall baseball are devout Catl ollcs They do not drink they do not swear and bettor than all else many of them receive communion ever SundayTaken In conjunction with the presentation to Cardinal OConnell ot Boston of a solid gold pass to tho games of the great national leagues the invasion of the baseball profession by Catholics of such eminent piety can not be regarded by true Guardians as a matter of trifling significance Who are the great popular Idols of today In the United States Not our poets artists statesmen not our distinguished philanthropists politic chieftains or captains of industry Not on your life They arp none other than the heroes of the diamond It Is easy therefore to understand the tremendous advantage that should accrue to Rome by cornering byre top notohers in professional baseball With the national game In the hands of devout Catholics almost anythin else of sinister purport to the do thins ofiithe republic becomes pos tttirl SacramenloIi r ti 4h M1Rf IINEbT Another Trial and Rejoic Ins Among Copper Workers The famous Bonmahon copper mines In County Waterford are to undergo at least another trial b fore being regarded as among the derelict Irish industries John D Ryan the American copper kings at present in Ireland with an ex pert mining engineer exploring tve- I territory around iBonmahon and the discoveries he has made have led him to head a new syndicate having for its main object the resuscitation of the old mines and a further ex tension of workings with a view to finding additional seams of coppe ore These mines have had a rathe lively career For the last tltty years or more various attempts hay been made to render them a paying concern but as regularly as men are set to work circumstances hay arisen to crush the hopes of the promoters Lack of capital appears to have been the chief obstacle Abou five years ago a number of enthusiastic industrial revivalists tool them in hand but quickly discovered that the capital they had In vested was not sufficient to buy coal to produce the necessary motive power the result being that the exploitation of the mines was abandoned The effort now under the control of Mr Ryan Is more hope ful and there is much rejoicing among the Bonmahon workers LAST GAME TOMORROW The Louisville club will close Us season with Columbus with games today and tomorrow the latter being the last on local grounds until Monday July 29 the team leaving on along trip going from here to Milwaukee thence to Kansas City St Paul Minneapolis and Indianapolis In turn The team has had a long stretch of hard games the game tomorrow being the seventeenth be ween them and either Toledo or Columbus the two leaders who earned every game they won not a neslded score being recorded except that of Tuesdays and luck was a prominent figure In that game Due thanks should be given Manager Hayden for the snappy article of balls Colonels are now putting up and with the acquisition of a second baseman expected daily the Colonels should Improve their standing and gel further away from the cellar position oven if the sporting writer on the CourierJournal wont concede them out of It now- 1VELFARE OF SOLDIERS Rev John Murphy assistant pastor otSt Anthonys church Des olnea Iowa wllf celebrate mass every Sunday in the chapel at Fort De Moines There are nearly three 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