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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a j 11 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXIX NO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 27 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS JAMS REGAN Again Selected National Pro Idont oi Ancient Order of HtbornlniiB Chicago Convention Most Uar nionlous In Orders History Optional Insurance Plan Was lietorrod to National Board MRS ELLEN RYAN JOLLY WJNS After one of the most harmonlou conventions In the history of the Ancient Order of Hibernians In which tho Kentucky delegates took prominent part the national officers of the order were elected Friday night at Emmet Memorial Hall James J Regan of St Paul was unanimouslY reelected to the office of National President by a standing vote The plea of the Canadian members for representation on the National Board was granted and the Canadian Hibernians will have a Vice President who will officiate in the absence of the National President at all functions of the order Charles J Foy Perth Ontario was elected as Vice President for Canada The other officers elected were Joseph Mc Laughlin of Philadelphia Vice Pres Ident Phil J Sullhian Thompson ville Conn Secretary Thomas Mo loney Mayor of Council Bluffs Iowa Treasurer The National Directors pre The Rev W T McLaughlin Union Hill N J M T Powers Grand Rapids Mich PoT Moran Washington D C W J Doherty Chicago III and M J Barry Colum bus Ohio Reports of the national officers show substantial gains in both the AncIent Order and ladles Auxiliary which elected Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly of Rhode Island as the successor ot Miss Anna Malta of Scrantoiu Tho La dies Auxiliary has been In exIstence only since 1898 but it already has- a membership of 65000 Both societies have been generous to the mother country They have given largo contributions to the Gaelic League of Ireland and to many other Full me vas devoted t LI busi ness ot the convention and to com plete the amendments to the consti tution The changes made were few and unimportant and thus the mem bers are now conversant with the laws of the order Special considera tion was given by the men and wo men to legislation on a plan of In surance but it was deemed best to refer the whole matter to the National Board which will report a plan at the next national convention which will meet at Norfolk Va two years hence The most exciting scene In the con ventlon of the Ladies Auxiliary fol Idwed the address of Vice President Joseph MdLaughlln Irish women should have home rule end equal rights in America Just as every man and woman in Ireland should shave It he said It is the good old fashioned Irish mother who has reared her children to honorable manhood and womanhood who has made the Irish race what it is today Why shouldnt she have home rule Mr Laughlins speech brought forth a storm ot indignant protest from the 500 women assembled In the hall Suffrage We dont know anything about suffrage We are all oldifashloned women and last night when we discovered an incipient suffragist among us we nearly threw her out of the window laughed Miss Mary iMacWhonter National Director of the Ladles Auxiliary and Chair man of the Committee on Irish his tory Miss MacWhorter refused to reveal the name of the suffragist however Dont say that any IrISh women are in favor of equal rights for women We dont want them and wouldnt take them If they were of fered to us Mrs Catherine A OKeefe OMa honey expressed practically the same views as Miss MacWhorter Irish women generally are not in favor of suffrage I believe Most of them are married and nearly all have large families They do not have time to think about anything except keep Ing house and raising children The Kentucky delegates began arriving home Monday and all express themselves as approving all that was done during the week ST CECELIAS During the past dew weeks a num ber of beautiful new stained glass windows have been placed in St CCH cilias church on Twentyfifth street They are exquisite works of art and among the most beautiful to he seen anywhere Father Brady Is constant ly adding to the attractiveness of his handsome new church- DECORATING ST GEORGES St Georges church Eighteenth and Magnolia avenue of which Fa ther George At Weiss is the energetic and zealous pastor Is being artistical ly decorated by the noted firm of Blank Bros of Newark N J The poet of the work will be 4i250tQ and- o meet this expense the congregation r a ass arranged to give a garden party pit Monday and Tuesday evenings of Xeat week OH the tewm adjoining the esliease ei firm WlI1fA Jaaeiag f n located on the Eighteenth street road just a short distance outside the city limits There will be an abundance c f refreshments and amusements And at the close ot the festival Tuesday evening a number of valuable awards will be made EDIFYING Reception of Young Women Into Ursuline Order One of tho most edifying cercm riles of the Catholic church took place Wednesday morning In tho beautiful Immaculate Conception chapel Shel by and Chestnut when seven novices made their vows and fourteen young women received the habit of the Ursuline Sisters This solemnly Impressive ceremony by which these young girls Just in the first flush of womanhood forsake relatives and the world to devote their lives to works cf charity and prayer has caused many to ponder the better partthe one chosen by Margaret or Mary Right Rev Bishop ODon aghue bestowed the habit on tho postulants uud received Into the Ursuline order the seven who had passed the probation ary period Quite a number of the clergy and many friends and rela tives of the young women assisted at the religious services Those who made their vows are Sister Modesta Sister Julltta Sister Aloxlna SIster Esther Sister Marcelllna Sister Thar sllla and Sister Clothilde Those who received the habit were MIss Bessie Morgan Miss Josephine Kelly Miss Annie Graf Miss Mary Shaney Miss Lou Schaefer Miss Katherine Zilllch Miss Mary ONeil Miss Vic torIa Weisberger Miss Margaret Summers Miss Minnie Denkler MIss Mary Launer Miss Frances Hubor Miss Katie Schwengel Miss Gertrude Vaetch CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Annual Celebration Monday at Fontaine Ferry Park r The annual celebratlgn of the Catholic Knights of America postponed till next Monday promises tot bring to Fontaine Ferry Park one of the seasons biggest gatherings It iis expected the full membership ot the seventeen branches in the Falls CIties will be there with their families 4n qdf4Ttib lJ1 Manager Bilger and Capt Oscar Mater have arranged a programme of more than ordinary merit As stated In a previous issue the proceeds will be used in providing a handsome float and entertaining the Supreme officer during the Federation convention and it is therefore earnestly hoped that every Knight will see that his neighbors and friends visit Fontaine Ferry Monday night This Is the first Catholic society celebration that has taken place this year and the action of the Central Committee deserves ap preciation COMPLIMENTARY Lawn Lotto and Garden Party for St Colum basChurchEn- thusiasm reigns In St Columbas parish over the complimentary lawn lotto and garden party to be held on the church grounds Thirtyfifth and Market streets next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and evening I It Is expected to be a glorious occasion for one and nil If the weather is I pleasant Tho lotto and euchre gams I will be rolled at 3 and 8 oclock and besides the refreshments there will be a substantial supper The follow ing committees will be in charge Lotto and euchre 1esdame3 Ern wine F L Reeder Harry Peeder I McCorkle WheelHenry Bloomer Joseph Lechnor Harry Reeder Nick Wlttry Jr A J Gorman Albert Dlobold FinanceFrank L Reeder Frank I Schuckmann Karl Pfeiffer Dining room Mesdamea B I Wl11IStlggor Wenzell Solomon Misses Josephine I Schuckmann Mary Ellen Gorman Katie Kalaher Npra Kalaher Illumination Ernest Schwind Al bert Thompson Eugene Thompson Candy booth Misses Anna Cole man Nora Maurer Edith Kin gelty Rose Green Estolle Kuhn Candy wheelA J Welkel John Tallon Daniel Driscoll Soft drlnksWJ Whitty James Mahoney Carnation o11ooth3 E Heffernan Thomas HIckey Bean bag game Misses Eva Becker Ida Schwin- dGroundsOvorge iWhltty M J Calahorf George Scholl Post cards Joseph Thompson Philip Kohler- Childrens games Mary Sweeney Agnes Sweeney Marie Lesson Adele Taffner FIREMEN IMPROVING Friends of Capt Prank Bundshcu are glad to see him out again though only able to walk with the aid fll crutches He sustained serious in jjury at the recent stoneyard fire and narrowly escaped death Capt Harry Swain Con Savage and Ctpt Sdward Kennedy iVbOMveAI bees on the ttloJc list are Improving and hope to 1 1soon on dwty ft r N t PROGRAMM For Catholic Federation Convention Now Almost Completed Papal Delegate Will Celebrate Mass For Delegates at Cathedral Bishop ODonaghuo Will Pro side Over Armory Mass Meeting PARADE OVER FIVE MILES LONG A most interesting programme has been prepared by Chairman E J Cooney and his committee for the eleventh annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies tho finishing touches otf which wore being made as the Kentucky Irish American goes to press An outline of the programme can be giv en but not the complete details The delegates will be met at the depots on Saturady August 17 and escorted to their hotels by committees appoInt- ed by the local Federation The 800 or more delegates will march to the Cathedral oft the Assumption on Sun day morning August 18 to attend a solemn high mass the celebrant beI- ng the Most Rev John Bonzano Washington D C Papal Delegate assisted by other high dignitaries and many priests within the sanctuary The sermon will be delivered by the Right Rev Joseph Chartrand BIshop Auxiliary of Indianapolis who is an eloquent orator Promptly at 130 Oclock the pa rade will begin the route for whIch will be officially announced in a day or two It was stated at a meeting or the Parade Commltttee on Monday night that the parade would be at Ileast five and onehalf miles long and that there would be many beautiful Moats While the parade Is a mere Incident of the convention there seems to be more Interest in It than almost any other feature probablY because people love the spectacular more than the Intelleotual At 8 oclock at night there will be a public moss meeting at the Armory and all of those who have combIna tion books will be entitled to rer 1wd seat rusJopEY I allii6nTni vi11 preside at this meeting His Excel lency James B McCreary Governor 3f Kentucky will deliver the address of welcome on behalf of the State and the Hon William O Head will welcome the delegates to the city Edward Feeney President of the Federation will deliver the response on behalf of tho national body The Papal Delegate will also deliver an ad dress followed by one from the Most Rev Sebastian G Messmer Archbishop of Milwaukee onThe Principles- of Catholic Federation The meet- Ing will close with a grand chorus of several hundred voices My Old Kentucky Home will be sung On Tuesday morning at St Bonl ace church Green and Jackson a solemn requiem mass will be sung for he repose of tho souls of the deceased members ot the Federation and all of the delegates will attend The Right Rev James A McFaul Bishop of Trenton N J will deliver the principal address at the Armory- on Tuesday night his subject being The Apostolate of the Laity Hon Edward J McDermott Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky will deliver an address following the Bishop oi Trenton The iRev J H Dorsey a colored Catholic priest will tell what the church Is doing for the colored people of the United States and an Indian Chief will deliver an address In his own tongue which will be translated by a Jesuit mIssIoner dele gate The Hon John S Leahy will also deliver an address on the same evening Ot course there will be a big banquet hud many speakers will deliver short talks on this occasion which promises to be a notable one at which many prominent citizens and visitors will attend Next to the parade the Souvenir Rook Is attracting much interest The first copies of the book will be out not later than next Monday or Tuesday Delays have resulted in printing on account of the engraving of the cover which Is an elaborate one the engrav lug for which was made by Mr A E UlrIch a Louisville artist and do nated to the Federation The book will present a beautiful typographical appearance and as the subject matter was prepared by Edward Fitzpatrick there is every assurance that thd sketches will prove Iinteresting both the historic ones and those of Bishop Donaghue and the distinguished men who have preceded him The ook will cost the Federation about fifty cents a copy but It is to be sold for twentyfive cents after copies have been presented to the clergy to the press and to the delegates The book will be on sale next week In all of the Catholic and other book stores wd by other agencies It Is expected that the first edition will soon be exhausted and It Is not likely another will be printed as the time Is too short row before the convention meets Finances were discussed at a meetI- ng of the Convention Committee on Monday night The sale of combina tion books has nofheen as large as It should have been and it was urged by the Finance Committee th t greatr er eaepgy be shown In the disposal of ooke for thk stIle only way In wkleg fund can he zalyed io meet flV S a the convention exp nses A commIt tee was appointed 1 consider whether It would be advi ablo to give a ba zar or other outer glnment to raise funds Col John 1 C Whallen J C Kirchdorffer land D Edelln wero appointed on this com hittce with power to act Col Whall n with his usual liberality tendered pring Bank Park in case picnic or oter outdoor enter talnment was give i A large sum wilt be needed to lay tho many expenses of the con sntlon which was invited to Louis llle by Bishop ODonaghue May Head and the Catholic societies Though the bur den so tar has rest 1 on comparative ly few everything olnts to the suc cess of the convent in with the finan cial difficulties sett ed RIDE Oil OHIO a Hibernian Social Clubs Moonllgh Monday Nlg t Tho Hibernian S clal Club has left nothing undone In he completion of its arrangements f r the big moon light ride up the Oh p on the steamer Corona next Mond y evening Every matter pertaining o tho success of this excursion has seen scrupulouslY looked after by C airman Thomas Quinn and his committee who have taken every means to insure pleas ure for guests that evening In selecting the variou committees the Hibernian Social Cl tb has chosen the men with the most sxperlenco to look after their special i etaH There will be vocal and Ins umental music Irish dances and ot ior entertainment and in addition Col ins orchestra will render a specially i sleeted dance pro gramme For tho a who wish there will be an abundam 9 of light refresh ments The Coro ia will leave the foot of Fourthstr tat 83iO oclock and JeffersonvllJo j t 845 and those who are not there at that hour will miss one of them t delightful river rides of the season MEMPHIS F Chickasaw Council Y M I to Initiate Class Sunday Chlcknsaw Councl Y M I of MemI phis Tenn will hafea redletter day jurisIdlCtion I ChickasawICouncil I theIarranged for a club house surpassed by none in the South It its ranks will be found the representative Cath ollc young men of Memphis and the Initiation tomorrow will give Chlck asaw a still firmer standing and add great strength to the Y M I Supreme President Robert T Burke or Louisville has been named to repre sent the Supreme Council and Presi dent yf J Hennssy on this occasion The degree team consisting of Messrs Robert T Burke Thomas D Clines I Dr J IA Casper and Phil J Sandman will leave this evening for Memphis They wilt give a fine exemplification of the degree work- RECENT DEATHS Amid many beautiful floral tributes from sorrowing relatives and friends the funeral of Blanche Mariana infant daughter of John A and Blanche I Vhallen Westfall 1162 Logan street took place Tuesday morning leaving Iln gloom a home her short life on earth had mode happy and bright j The interment took place In St Louis cemetery The relatives and friends of Joseph nd Emma Lehmann Shelby and Kentucky streets sympathize with them In the loss of their beautiful little daughter Marie Ida whose sud den death came as a great shock to her parents and relatives Her fu neral took place Saturday morning front St Vincent de Pauls church and was quite largely attended Deaths angel brought grief and turning Tuesday evening to the home of James and Martha Murta 33M Rudd avenue when Joseph Kenneth their Infant son was called to Join the angelic hosts The funeral took place Thursday morning with Interment in Portland cemetery To the bereaved parents is extended the sympathy of a wide circle of friends St Brlglds parish mourns a devout and faithful member in the death cf Mrs Mary A Cowley Born in Ire land seventysix years ago she lived In Louisville since girlhood Mrs lowley was the widow of the late George Cowley who for many years conducted a millwright and supply business here Her funeral took place Wednesday morning Surviving her i are a daughter Mrs Dr 8 Johnson Hall 960 Baxter avenue and one son George Cowley MINISTERS DID PAINTING The sight of a Baptist and a United Brethren clergyman busy at work painting the Catholic church was about as curious a sight as has been witnessed in Cbarlbtte lMichffor8- 0me time Rev S G Hall pastor of the United Brethren church secured the contract or painting the church and one d l last week was assisted by Rev QA Cutler pastor of the llaptet ebiuUr wko le also a wtter J- I U RALLY Of LouIsville road Ijcxlngton Democrats at the Latter Point Wilson and Marshall Celebration Including a Big Burgoo Festival Many Annotiiiccments Expected In Near Future From Local Democrats ROOSEVELTS SHAW STRENGTH The Democratic organizations of Louisville are preparing to attend the monster Wilson and Marshall rally arranged fcy the Democrats of Fayette county to be held at Lex Ington on September 1 and from present Indications a larger crowd will go froto this district than the one which attended the Governors Inauguration Not only the Demo cratlo leaders of Louisville and Lexington but also the rank and file of both places have always been found working together In harmony on all party questions and the pres ence of so many visiting Democrats In addition to tho bright prospects of the National Democratic ticket this fall will doubtless aid in bring ing back to tho fold some of the Democrats of the Bluegrass who have strayed away In the last couple of years under the guise of Fusionists and Reformers The local Democrats now feel so sure of their position here that they can afford to do a little missionary work on the out sideSpeaking of the present bright outlook here and as there is no lo cal contest in November many prospective officeholders are announcing their candidacy for 1913 Charles J Cronan the popular Clerk of the Lower Board has announced for Sheriff being the first official entry Robt Kaltenbacher and John H Page will probably try for Circuit Clerk James R Reedy IIs promi nently mentioned for Police Judge and It is expected Judge Boldrlcl will also announce for reelection If Ed OConnor doesnt announce for Bailiff of the same court Will iHyird 0 Popular Scott Bullltt can have any thing he wants from the party but irlll probably announce for reelec zlon da County Attorney P S Stay and oxiMayor Weaver may fight It out for County Clerk Joseph Tim mons or Gus Heicken will try to succeed County Assessor lEd Barry Senator Mark iRyan will lave no opposition and Representative Chas KnIght the First ward hustler will probablY succeed Herman Newcomb to Senator Representatives Will Perry Sam Robertson and William Kuh will Probably have walkovers The list of eligible Mayoralty candI- dates is being lengthened dally and It now Includes John D Wakefield- Dr John iBuschemeyer David Hirsch James B Brown W J BaIrd James B Camp and our pres ent Sheriff A M Emler The certainty that the Roosevelt ticket will be in the field has strengthened the Democratic chances very much but a lot of the bluster Behind the Rough Rider is the A P A element in the Republican party who are opposed to Taft not on account of the convention proceedings as they have been swallow- Ing worse than that for years but because they are opposed to Presi dent Taft pricipally on account of his fairness to Catholics and Catholic questions and are masking their an ICatholio sentiment behind the Roosevelt banner The following letter to an Eastern paper with antl Catholic tendencies is selfexplana tory and sizes up their position very thoroughly Dear Editor As a constant reader of your paper I was quite surprised- to read the unreasonable and preju diced letter entitled Worse Than II Trimmer concerning President Taft In the first place Mr Taft was not elected as a Unitarian but as an American and Catholic votes helped to elect him as well as Prot estant ones What the writer moans by American People Is difficult to understand but he seams to think It- is synonymous with Protestant It would seem that the fifteen millions or more Catholics of tho United States had mo rights In their own country It Is a known tact that there are do more loyal citizens In the United States than Catholics and I am at a loss to know why the teachings ot the oldest and most nu merous body of Christians should be unAmerican I am a Catholic and I can not understand why I am not as loyal an American as any Prot estant simply because I belong to a religion whldh teaches me to have respect for all duly constituted authority In his acts regarding rellg ous matters Mr Taft has always shown himself to be President of- all the people and not any one sec tlonof them In rescinding Valentines order In the Indian school case Mr Taft was simply giving all those Interested a chaance to have a earing In the mtter What could be more unAmerican than to deny a condemned person the right to defend himself The writer also calls the Catholic a foreign religion Why Is It foreign any more than anyother Were Luther Calyln and- Henl1 VIII AmerloanaTkeywere- notwllea I learned history Catho n r I lies are not seeking any favors but simply want Justice like the rest of their follow citizens In conclusion It might be added that if Protestants instead of worrying about the affairs of other Christian religions would spend their time In fighting divorce vice socialism anarchism and the numerous other isms which are gain Ing a foothold In our fair country their churches would not be empty and they would not find time for such foolish and antiquated bigotry NAZARETH Sister RoseElected Mother General of Sisters of Charity Following the annual retreat of the Sisters of Charity which ended last Friday at Nazareth Mother Rose who was first assistant under the late Mother Eutropla and has been the acting mother since her death last April was elected to the position ot Mother General of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth one of the great est orders of women associated With the Catholic church For first assistant Sister Dula was elected and Sister Mary Ignatius second Sister Mary Stephen third and Sister Marie assistant and general secretary Sis er Evangellsta treasurer general Sis ter Mary Ignatius Is the now mother assistant There was also a reception into the order among them be Ing Miss Mary Francis and Miss Mary Curley of Louisville the former be Ing Sister Margaret Eugene and the latter Sister Mary Aquinas Present at Nazareth were the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue tho Rev P M Monaghan Rev John T OConnor Rev John T Hill of Louisville the Rev William H Hogarty Rev Jo soph Hogarty and otller- sPOR1IUNCULA Conditions For Gaining This Great Indulgence Easy The Portluncula Indulgence the Indulgence of indulgences which tradition says was granted to St Francis In a vision of Our Lord at the intercession of his Blessed Mother will be procurable on August 2 hif any of tho Franciscan churches and by special decree of the Holy Father extending the privilege to all of the churches and pious corn unities to which the privilege was heretofore extended and in which it Ijas already ndltlons for gaining the indulgence prayersIno prescribed form of prayer but lIs Is usual to say five times the tOur the Hall Mary and the Gloria with the lips as well as In the heart Confessions may be made and holy communion received in any church but the visits must be made to the privileged church- esDOMINICANS Will Celebrate With Pomp Feast of Patron Saint There are numerous feast days In August but none greater than that of St Dominic which will be observed at St Louis Bertrands church and throughout the world with solemn pomp and splendor St Dom Inic the iflustrlous founder of the lomlnlcian order whose Feast day Is celebrated August 4 was born at Seville In Spain It is related that some time before the birth of the saint his mother was favored by a vision In which she beheld a dog carrying a torch In his mouth with which he seemed to be setting the world on tire At first she was much alarmed for she looked upon this sign from heaven as on evil omen that forboded- an unhappy career for the child she was soon to give to the world It was however revealed to her that St Comlnlc would set the world on fire by the torch of his burning faith When Dominic was brought to the font of baptism all were amazed at the appearance of a bright beautiful star hovering over the childs forehead Of his childhood little is recorded until ho reached the ago of fourteen when he began the study of theology After ordination ho was chiefly conspicuous for his missionary labors and zeal There was no lImit to his travels and when the tjblgenslan heresy broke out he la bored with almost superhuman effort to bring back Christians to a sense of their duty To advance his purpose mom effectually he rounded an order which was to become famous for Its preaching and learning while at the same time It was to accomplish- Its ends as much by prayer and contemplation as by active labor After a life of unremlttant labor and pray er1bls holy Tiiian of God went to receive his oiaward from his Diving Taster while throughout time his name will be cherished and revered by generations ot men who live under and are guided by his rule VISIT FROM ABBOT The Right Rev Abbot Schmidt ot St Melnrads Benedictine Abbey and Ecclesiastical Seminary at St Meln rads Ind who was here for several business ltrlpretturneeJ- II1ti days on a i Monday While here the Abbot lelted the Rev Father Benno Procurator of St Melnrads Abbey who II at 8t Joephe Infirmary recovering from an operation for catarae of the A L- 4 DUBLIN Asqiilths Tremendous llccop tlon Oversll dos All Other Events Liberals Victories Give Extraordinary Impetus to Irish Cause Insurance BillI nnd Other Issues Adding to Their Power THE ORANGE REVOLT FAILING Premier Asqulths tremendous re ception in Dublin overshadows all POConnor attack servo to bring into greater relief the extraordinary enthusiasm of thp wel come by Ireland and these outrages IthadvigIlanceofJosephthe gathering with the desire of the shakohisexposed him and John Redmond to greater peril as the police escort was unable to protect adequately these precious lives If anything serious had happend a prompt lynching on the spot probably would have added another tragedy for Ireland has no toleration for virago methods But anyhitchtempts and everybody Is relieved The visit marks the culmination of a week triumphant for the future The crushing victory of the Liber als in the three conerned election fight in Hanley has given an extra ordinary Impetus to the home rule cause The haunting danger of an unbroken succession of bad byelec tion defeats now is laid forever and the course is clear for the passage of the bill by the end of November in the House of Commons and quicker and more certain passage the sec ond and third time If the House of Lords persists in the rejection of the bill Even the Ulster threats are beginning to pall although the un scrupulous appeals to religious bIgo- try and civil war continue The com p ra vo ra qu celebrations on the two oL Jul was a hopeful sign although 2000 workingmen Catholics and Liberal Protestants still are excluded from work in the Belfast shipyards The Liberals now hope to follow the victory at Hanley by a similar victory at Crewe were a second three cornered fight still goes on This week has seen also the begInnIng- of the great new epoch brought about by the Insuranco act and all signs point to the Immediate and almost universal success of tho measure A small labor dispute on the docks In LIverpool which was hailed by the Tories as a great defeat for the measure collapsed after twentyfour hours and the rebellious duchesses wIth their threats ot passive resls tance and the dismissal of the ser vants only aggravate and amuse the masses of the people It Is plain now hit the high tide against the in suranco bill has spent Itself and though the dispute with the doctors still Is unsettled the act promises to work smoothly The success of this act will bring a great accession to the voting strength of the Liberal party when the benefits begin In a few months to flow Some croaklngs from one or two s- of the prominent radical journalists break the general harmony in the liberal ranks These chiefly are due to the alarmist reports as to further gIgantic demands for millions by Winston Churchill for tho navy Some even went the length of prophesy- Ing that LloydGeorges resIgnationW- AS Imminent and that there were threats of a big radical revolt Theseapprehensions are grossly exaggerated though all of the LIber- als look with certain anxiety toward WInston Churchills speech on the naval programme but the present l repression Is that Churchills demands although showing renewed anxiety with regard to the latest in rese In the German navy will not make too great a strain on Lloyd Georges loyalty fo tho ministry or the loyalty of the bulk ot tho Liberals- to their party CLERICAL CHANGES Rev Father Richard iWuerth O tF iM who during his five years pastorate has done so much for St ionlface church has been transferred by his superiors to the pastorate ot St Johns church in Cincinnati Though the removal of Father Richard comes as a promotion his de arture Is greatly regretted as was evidenced at the farewell receptionA tendered him by 1000 members of- St Boniface congregation The sue essor to Father Wuerth comes from Tirro Haute where the people were loath to part with him MICHAEL HART INJUREDT Michael Hart employed W the Kentucky Refining Company was the victim of a painful and serious acet dent Monday morning While at Work a piece of machinery fell oa ale hand mashing Ids fingers eq badly that amputation wiu aeeesaary Ht w atenie removed to Jtltl k it aa is ttIt1iea these tyttmtti + r V f II W KECNIJC Y iIra AMERIOAJ T I wJiTUGKY1 i IRISH flMEKlGflNAa- veted1 io the Social and Morall Advahcewement ol 1Irish American and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young M ns Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR INOLB COPY gc Entered at the LeuliYllU Pottottlct al SecoadClMf 1 lltr Udrtii all COIIIUDlcatl1I to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weat Qreea St LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAy JULY 27 Ifn21 SCORES TIlE GUARDIANS The nonCathfllic Independer shows up the Guardians of Liberty That this society is opposed I to Catholics is apparent The name o It says the Independent Indicate its purpose but what Ja the danger to liberty which it will fight It IIs perfectly clear that this organization is directed against what It regards as the one danger to America liberty namely the Roman Catholic church That is the only body which is popularly charged with own- Ing superior temporal allegiance Ito any power above that due to his country the only one said to be opposed to complete separation of church and State j the only one saId to menace our undenciminationt public school system and to be seek Ing the support of public funds tor I ecclesiastical purposes The Catholic press has immediately recognize this new society as directed agailnpt Its church and as a new form 6f the Know othlngs and the A P A and such it evidently is It then quotes the official circula of the Guardians and adds If thisI Is not a revival of KnowNothingisi theh our memory of Know othlng Ism is greatly at fault The purpose of that organization which wept the country in the 50s was to attack the Catholic church and to exclude its members from politics office This now organization has this Section 14 in its Declaration aof Principles It shall be the duty all of metntbers to support canadldate for political office who ore good and truo men earnest patriots and loyal to the principles of the order That can mean nothing else than Never vote for a Catholic The statement issued proceeds further at length to attack the Catholic church It tolls us that the Roman hierarchy is a political machine casting Its Influence in favor of those who are willing to serve not the best interests of their country but of the Catholic Church and it declares texTthS cholci1 of Judges ongressman and many high public officials In State and nation Rome is now engaged in at tempting a far weightier taskto dictate the choice of a Chief Magis trate to preside over the destinies ol 100000000 Americans We hole that such an organization Is a menace to our political peace Jl greatly magnifies the danger it sees It is prescriptive and unAmerican The former political antiCatholic or i ganizations had a brief and dishonorable history and passed away Prot estantism and liberty do not need such defenders We want to live in the fullest Iharmony with our Catho lie fellow citizens and we shall find them earnest patriots lovers of the countrys liberty EDITOR KNOTT MUM We are still anxiously awaiting the answer of Mr Knott of the Evening Post explaining why Oils r circulation manager la official head pf the Guardians of Liberty in Kentucky Hertofore the Post has been mighty handy at explaining butt seems to have fallen down badly in j this case PANAMA CANAL QUESTION Hannls Taylor former Minister to Spain and a writer on International law In an open letter contends that the HayPauncefote treaty is voidable because of the situation arising out of Panamas cession of the canal zone to the United States There is no room for hairsplitting on that point writes Mr Taylor Within the canal zone the United States Is sovereign for all the pur poses of international law Under that law it is well settled that a treaty becomes voidable not void whenever a chango has taken place In the fundamental condition exist- Ing at the time It was made In support of his contention he quotes Half the English authority on International law and also points to RiMslfg repudiation In 170 of cerI taln portions o1 the treaty of Paris relating to the Slack Sea and contends i it sets a precedent upon which the United states may act In con eluBiofl lie alaya da part We must take tide firm stand under the well defined principle of international law M pttBctaated by thEt Russian prece dent pit 11570 that after there harII been ass etseatiai change in the 1condtlotrs misting at the time the tt tra4 WM made it bfebuM void able 1m ttmt way we pain faaMly lift t the gnMUihr war of Ue doHwia ofjjtat- V t JP t International arbitration where we could never obtain a fair hearing Into the domain or diplomatic negotiation with Great Britain where we would sure to receive fair and friendly consideration The United States built and owns the canal and therefore should by all means con trol Its operation TOO MUCK LAW Few will disagree with the con elusions of Mcorfleld Storoy the Bos ton lawyer who points out that our people are beset with the notion tha the remedy for any trouble which the encounter however slight Is td be found in a new law and they rush to the Legislature with every sort 01 crude proposal for legislation As a result h Hood of new law is let loos upon the inhabitants of each Stat every year or two years and any pub lie spirited citizen who watches the Legislature and tries to prevent fool ish laws can not but be amazed at the way in which our country is governed With this torrent of laws that pours out upon the country there goes no Increase whatever of respect for the law but rather the reverse The more there are the more to break The legal profession has sunk In pop ular estimation and it is largely the fault of the lawyers that this has corn about However the task of reforn Is not so easy as It might be imag lined Progress In science Is wel corned by everybody but progress In politics social life or the law Is Ija- different natter Upon any existing evil In any one of them some one nov fattens and is sure to oppose a change Nevertheless the leaders of the lega profession realize that something must be done There Is much enthusiasm over tin prospects for the coming German day celebration at Phoenix Hill Park the last week in August Many Irish Americans have expressed their in tendon of participating and their at tendance lItbea factor In makin- gthfda rruseacr rinollgtbn tingulshed orators who will be heard are Congressman Bartholdt of Missouri and Hon A E Wlllson former Governor of Kentucky Thlscclebra tion is a preliminary for the great National Saengerfest to be hold In this city in 19JA The International Society of Women has been granted the use of Cen tral Park for religious meetings on Sunday afternoons after promising that no sectarian elements will be permitted to enter them Gen Gas tleman and the Park Commissioners must see to it that this promise easier made than kept is not Inany way violated The Methodist Episcopal church in Canada has taken a stand against its members who grow tobacco for a liv ing What will the MethodLt farmers in the rich tobacco growing lands of Kentucky say to this edict The Methodists are always doing something I queerII Mayor Heads proposition for the sale of the citys gas stock meets with hearts 1 approval everywhere i The taxpayers will greatly benefit 1 thereby I Congratulations to Hon James 1 Regan and the Ancient Order of J libernlans upon the wisdom dlsc played at the Chicago convention ttt Tho Cathollo Press Association 1 will receive a genuine Kentucky t welcome when it meets here next month CATHOLIC BASE BAM LEAGUE The schedule in the Catholic I League for tomorrow is as follows 8t William vs Holy Trinity St t Charles vs St Brigld St Martin vsa 8t Louis Bertrand at Shawnee Parke and St Anthony vs Holy Cross at 111 prJng Bapk Park The standing totdate is as followscWon Lost Pctsst Charles 10I 2 S34I St Willfahiad6 3 769 e toly Cross 7 6 53SIII St Anthony 6 C 600f1I01y Trinity c 6 G 500ti St Louts Bertrand 6 7i 4612 st Brlgld a 4 8 334 St Martin 1 12 078 FIRST BAZAR Jp The Church of St Francis of Assisi n rn the Bardsfowri road will give a a b9zar the first of the season from ii tiguat 7i to 113 for which the con= n- egationgr is staking every prepara a- inll All manner of entertainment t- wl1l be prpTideS witfr a number oftE ovel feeturee The proceeds will W g ifdito meet the dot of the epnslrue J- foitofal MfhaK Btraet ft u 1- A r VINCENTIANS Mndo Splendid Exhibition rat St Marliu6 ciiurc Last Sunday IIundrcdH ot Men Receive Hoi Communion and Hear v Sermon I Rains Prevent Many From At tending Afternoon General Meeting WORKS of A GREAT SOCIETY Every street leading to St Martinss church Shelby and Gray streets pre seated an animated scene as early asI 7 oclock Sunday moruing as hundreds of men arrived from all sections of the city to attend the general com munlon and mass of the St Vincent de Paul Society of Louisville The various conferences formed in the school hall and on Gray street and ias the great throng entered the spacIous edifice the spectacle was Indeed edl tying The Vlncentlans were met bl the pastor Rev Father Ohle who had reserved the center and side alsel for them As they entered the chur b the organ pealed forth Its strains ur the sanctuary was a bower of artist beauty with its myriad of electr lights and floral decorations Rev Father Bohlsen was the ceo lebrant of the high mass and folio- ing the gospel he preached a shori but powerful sermon He that show eth mercy to the poor shall lbE blessed was the text of his dIscourse In which he plainly demonstrated thai Christianity baa been the best ben factor of the poor Father Brihlst pointed to the undeniable fact thai charity has always been fostered bJ the Catholic church which has In eat ages and everywhere maintained hospitals homes and refuges for the sick the poor the orphan and those wIth- out shelter He then dwelt upon thE life of St Vincent de Paul and hI grand work pointing to his sacrlflci and sufferings and his love for mat kind setting an example that truE Vincentians should follow It waf their duty he said to visit the need the neglected the sick and the poor and thus gain for themselves thE blessings promised The attendance at the gener meeting at the Knights of Columbi Hall in the afternoon was not as largE as at the church services In the morn- Ing This was due to the heavy ralr that fell and kept many in thell homes But for those present thE meeting was full of interest and thE addresses of Rev Father Eugene Dot ahue of the Cathedral and Rev Louis Deppen were highly appreciate to encourage their neaz andierved John J Oaffrey wa JbSentTrSni tnTcilyT and AT SmfiTnTc f i the Cathedral Conference occuple the chair The visiting bf the need in their homes is the fundaments I work ot the St Vincent de Paul Sc lety and a detailed report of the vis- Itations made was submitted by each inference Prominent among the special works was the reports of thos who visited the School of Reform the jail the hospitals nnd other instltu tolls Father Donaghue congratulated the society on the excellent turnout at St Martins but regretted that so nany were absent and therefore unable to gain the Indulgence on thi occasIon Father Deppens word Lade a deep impression He said the St Vincent de Paul Society was yet In Its Infancy and predicted that the eople twenty years hence will thus look back upon the present Before ad ournjhf twenty more men were en rotted WILL GIVE PICNIC At a well attended meeting of Division 4 A O H Monday evening it ertrand Hall it was decided to give a picnic before the season was over nnd President John Hennessy appointed the following committee to- apt in conjunction with himself as the commIttee of arrangements Robert Iltchell Thos J Langan L J teaney Patrick Burke and John J arry The exact date and park will beI annonuced next week Chairman Thomas Furrfcll of the Visiting Committee reported that at present there was only one member on the sick list Patrick Price of Tyler avenue uch Interest was manifested In the coming Catholic Federation conven lion and it was the unanimous sentient of those present that the HI minus should march as a body in fe parade AXOTHER CAVE EXCURSION Tfte entertainment committee of rrlnlty Council Y M I reported onday evening at the regular meet ng that they were making arrange nents to run another excursion to ammoth Cannon September 11 and he rates schedule etc wquldbeL- bout the same as last year Presl lent P J Sandmann urges every amber of the council to ibe present lext Monday evening as an important range in the constitution has been bmltted to the members by erSu Ireme President W 31 Fogarty and Ivery member should give his opin on for the benefit of the delegates olng ito the Kentucky Grand Council lext month at Owensboro CHURCH TO BE BUHTT The Rey Father R G Ruff recent yo appointed to the pastorate of St tricks church at Stitht nand the 1lsslDn at West Point presided over neeting of 1athoUcresldents of the ter place last Saturday at which 1o0ney sufficient for the erection of sea church WAS subscribed Fa er nut hRs had the deed made out j the Right Rev Bishop ODona hue nod the work of building will j8n begin The new edlflce will sttiponthe liinaplm Way 1 1 Iy + 1 1mx TV1 Miss Anna Belle Rlhn is vIsiting friends In Kansas City Mrs John + Brenrian entertained her euchre club at Kenwood Park Thursday J M Ryan and wife of Centn City arIved hereJuly 18 for a weekend visit iII Miss Mayme Stfea left last weekor a visit to Mrs I Tyler Fugate In Ana watt W Va Miss Flora Collins 2017 Lytle street la spending two weeks with relative In Indianapolis Miss Adelade Strassel has returned from Boston Mass where she has been attending school Misses Rena and Reglna Leo of New Albany are visiting in India apolts and Terre Haute Mrs KatherIne J Meehan lert Wednesday for Montgomery after a visit to Mrs M A Wathen Miss Dorothy Norton of Firth street Is spending a two weeks VRca tlon at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Alice ShJnnlck has returned from a visit to her uncle E D Shir nick and family at Shelbyvllle Miss Magglo Connaughton sailed Wednesday from New York to spend two months In Ireland and France Mrs M J Dugan Rosewood 1Ie nue entertained at euchre on Thursday when covers were laid for twelve Miss Inez Fowler of 104 East Gray street has returned from a visit ioft several days to relatives at Lebanon Miss Julia Mullen of Jcffersonvlll left last week to visit relatives at Klrksvlllo and other points in Ml sours Mr and Mrs Michael Donahue have returned frbm their bridal trip and have taken apartments on the Grand boulevard John Coleman left Wednesday wiLb the First Regiment for Anniston Ala where be will serve In the commissar department Miss Mary Donahue of 613 West Chestnut street has returned from a ten days visit to relatives and frlem e In StJLouis Capt and Mrs James W Fortun who have been spe ding a vacation iIn the East were registered In Washington last week I Mr and Mrs T eodore SchulUiel and little son of Irainger Court left Tuesday for a tw weeks tojourn at Hardin Springs Miss Lucy Dug n of Rosewoo avenue was last iveek the welcom guest of Miss Margaret vHlgglns r32 SutitftJ Twet1W =r J snet- II rAbert D Gregg G S Knapp and J X Klnberger returned Tuesda from White Mills where they had been spending their vacations Sirs Henry Nadorf has returned from West Point where she was one of a house party entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs Cyrus Ferrel Miss Mamie Gottbrath has gono to Long Run where she is one of ca- house party being entertained at the home of Mr end Mrs Lester Money Miss Josie Donahue 215 Wes Broadway is spending a two weeks vacation at Fr cltown Ind the guest of Mr snit Mrs Dolph Troncln Miss Rose Kearns returned home Saturday after attending a hous party given by Mr and Mrs B Vet ter at their home on the Bardstown road J J Flynn announces the engagement of his daughter Miss Margaret to Lawrence Carroll Vllllams the wedding to take place Wednesday August 21 Miss Bezle Hannan and niece Miss Aleen Hannan left last Sunday for New York whence they sail today for Paris where they will remain until SeptembereMiss Margaret Wulfenbergor 734 South Twentyfourth street has gone to Bowling Green where she will- spend the remainder of the summer with relatives Miss Helen Carroll and father Officer John D Carroll have been pending the past ten days visitin- gt the country home of relatives near Covington Albert Rehm and wife and son Albert of 27311 Bank street have gone n n three weeks trip to Cleveland Detroit Milwaukee and the Northern summer resorts I Mrs C Sheehy has announced the engagement of her daughter Miss Mary Rose Sheehy to Whitney I t Gregory The wedding will take lace in the early fall Master L V Pottinger of Owens boro who has been spending a loath with his aunt Mrs J P Mc fulnn is now visiting his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs L B Glass 618 South Second street Thomas C McManus has returned to Cincinnati after a most pleasant vIsit to his sisters Miss Katherine Mc Manus aud Mrs Rose Brady T15 East Ninth street New Albany where be- was a former resident Mrs William vVelch of Bpwllng Green and Wise Alice Cullivan of IndIanapolis weregujeets df honor at- an entertainment given last week by- Yls Henry Perry tliar home oneec- King sbeet New Alty I 1 M4saee Malel1a OConnor andeI RdiUi MeDeraibt wWjwer guests at IL IL I- U I- c Io I n oa ONTAINEFERRVThe XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matinees including Sun day all seats lOco Night lOc and 2Oc Free Concerts By Matltlloi Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS ITHEi BIO PARK RIVERVIEWThe 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 Phlllpplni l and his band of thirtyfive SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Thud street every 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1133 McCormick building Chicago Ill a most enjoyable house party given by Mr and Mrs Charles Troll at their country home near Shepherdsvme are again at home in this city John Fontana and mother Mrs Catherine Fontana left Tuesday for a ten days visit at Dayton Ohio whore they will be the guests of Mrs Mary Hueffelman daughter of Mrs Fontana and a former Louisville girl Miss Agnes Devenny of 322 East Ormsby left last week for St Louls and Clinton Iowa to spend two weeks From there she will go to Spring Valley Ill to be Joined by Miss Mary McCann where they will spend a week- Louisville was well represented at West Baden Springs the past week among those sojourning there being GedrgeJ Butler Martin J Cusick Henry and Albert Michael Mary M- Ichael Agnes Bohlsen B J Sandamnn H E Bohsen eo and J C Michael and J F Blocker Miss Florence TUhn entertained most delightfully a number of friends In honor of her birthday anniversary Her guests were Misses Adeline Schae for Alice Gnaw Mayme Goering With Miller Mary Keane Nora YHara Bridget deary Bertha Daw dIe Carrie fteddlngton Florence Uhn Messrs Roy Scheuler John Connor Joseph Murphy Robert Joering John Murphy Frank Cum- mingS Morgan Andrlott Owen Mull gan Will Murptoy Thos S rlvenII homas Barry William Sheehan Murphy Mrs Rlhn and Mnyme Mock ey and Anna Rlhn I PORTS HOUItS Tile Forty Hour Adoration in this j ity will next take place in the I Ct rob of 3t Agnes the Sacred art Retreat on the Newburg road ondHcted by the PaKlbhisi fathers I eilaajng at the high mesa tomorrow 1- n II a i1 c MOONLIGHT RIDE ON THE OHIO WITH THE Hibernian Social Club ON THE BEAUTIFUL STEAMER CORONAii MONDAY NIGHT JULY 29 1912 Uoat leaves foot of FOUKTH street at 830 p m and Jeffersonville at 845 Tickets 25 Cents All Rights Reserved COLUMBIA ATHLETIC CLUB FIRST ANNUAL OUTING AND ALL DAY BASKET PICNIC Fontaine Ferry Park Wednesday July 311 1912 Bring your baskets your families and friends and spend a pleasant day with llluminaticaThere C K OF A DAY 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LAVERY O S Bt Director L Academy of the Sacred Heart CRESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS This beautiful garden spot enriched by nature and embellished by man stands on an eminence overlooking the pike leading to Cherokee Park distant is facultythorough Eocutlon ClassicalConservatoriesSchool every opportunity is afforded The classes pursue a thorough course In paintIng MOTHER DIRECTRESS PO St Matthews Ky Sacred Heart Academy 3M WOLTRINOPass FPu Baino Sewer Pipe Goo 1 Salt PipeBannons for Steam Conduits Wall CoofaA Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BricK Fire Proofing Flee Pipe Flue Lining Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Erick WEST JEFFERSON PTTBtBPUONB 57- 3WORKS13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and loth TBLBPHORB 2833 WUV OA jI1A f and the tho for these and be large ly ii a on the i a I a TENT SEASON IS HERE For and For Rent For Camping Purpose OUR ARE RIGHT WE CAN YOU MONEY LOUISVILLE TENT AWNING CO Home Phono 7S04 116 S THIRD ST Cumb 23017 DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SUOEING Horses Called For led Delivered Bill Phones 2399 OFFICE AND POROE 7I37IS SOVENTh npIImorning and concluding Tuesday evening Rev Father Cletus Brady Altar Society will have sanctuary and churoht tastefully dec prated beautiful Impressive services which will attendee NAMES LOSINQ TRUST Thia hard time lynna nn Tents Sale Tints Especially Adapted PRICES SAVE The Pennsylvania boss went down in the first round of tho Chicago convention under Ellhu Roots righthander quad now cornea Bill Flynn to earth under ThefirstFlynni the second Is a RussianJew with a name that sounds likfa fieldlltz powder In action There is qb trusting to names toe e days a u