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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4- KENTUCKY RISH C f un IVOLUME XXiXNO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS II I THOUSANDS Witness Cornerstone Laying St Brigids Church Sun day Evening Bishop ODoriagliue and Many Priests at the Impressive- Exercises Realization i t J oi Long Cherished Dream by the Older Par ishioners FATHER SCHUHHANNS SERMON In the presence of an assemblage e that numbered thousands and em braced many nonCatholics the cor nerstono of the Imposing and bend some now St Brlglds church wai laid with beautiful but Impressiv- ceremony by the Right Rev Denis ODonaghuo Bishop of Louisville and a large number of the priests of the diocese last Sunda- evening As the pastor Father Jan sen the Bishop and clergy emerged from the pld church escorted by St Vincent do Paul and Holy Trinltj Commanderles of the Knights ot St John as a guard of honor all the available space surrounding the new edifice and the streets and sidewalks leading to Baxter and Hepburn avenues were filled with people eager to witness the cornerstone laying and hear the words of the eloquent Father George Schuhmann iDe D of St Johns of which parish St Brlglds was once a part The services began with the sermon of Rev Father Schuhmann at 530 oclock and the sun was sinking In tho west as Bishop ODonaghUe blessed the stone and placed It In t position Father Schuhmann designated St Brlglds parish a daughter of St Johns church of which the mother was Justly proud and pointed out that all of the territory now embraced In Father Jansen parish was a part of St Johns until about fortysix years ago Surveying the surrounding territory wi+ h Its many beautiful homes and Improvements he said a stately churca edi five such as St Brlglds would bo when completed would enltvoi Catholic spirit andwould ho h 11114 r=iJrof the older members of tho parish The old church building was unique In that It was church school and parish house all In one Dwelling the longfelt need and necessity onI a new church he quoted the oft repeated remark that when St0 Brlglds church whs mentioned attention was called to the spacious lot where the new edifice will stand Naming Catholic institutions now on the Newburg road and others to bo erected Father Schuhmann saM St II Brlgids will bo the gateway to the II Roman road of Louisville and will stand a pedestal to the fattn and generosity of the people of the High lands Pointing to the stone brick ore lumber and other material now crude and rough ho said that In the erection of the church they would bu given a unity symmetry and boauty that assures power and dignity Father Schuhmann declared the church a mother at the cradle of the nations and abovo all was placed the cross It was the church that preartied slaves were children of God and maintains the principle that the weak must be sustained by the I strong He next dwelt briefly on the I Influences of the confessional that steadies and gives poise to man through life And above all wasthe huger of God directing the church In teaching respect for superiorS gov ernment and law In concluding he paid high tribute to the pastor Rev Father Janson telling of his work in Paducah prior to coming to Louis vine St Brlglds will be the fourth church erected by him and will bo one of the finest in Kentucky I Following Father Schuhinanns sermon the Bishop and clergy pro ceeded to the wooden cross on tho rear of tho lot and blessed the spot I where the altar will stand At the laying of the cornerstone Bishop ODonaghue was attended by Rev II Charles P Raffo as deacon Rev Thomas White as subdeacon and Rev Patrick Monaghan as master of ceremonies When the exercises were t reIturnedlI they were entertained at supper served by the ladles of the congrega tion ilI Ground for the new structure was broken May 20 and it Is hoped to have the church completed by next Easter Then for long years it will stand a monument to the Christian piety and zeal of its present priest and people CHAPLAINS AS DELEGATES Chaplain F B Doherty of the United States army and Chaplain E A Brodmann of the United States navy have been detailed to attend the national convention of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America at Notre Damn Ind REMARKABLE GATHERING For the third time within twenty t years the General Chapter of the- Congregation of the Holy Crew kf b4fag held at the mother house of this order at Notre Dame Ind Tfce General Chapter which meats every site TiH is th ilgportaat M IItIM IHt1IMt l lt I Jr- 4 t legislates on various matters per- tainIng to the government of the whole order elects various Importan officers such as the Assistants Gen eral Procurator General who looksI after the interests of his order at Revir General Is presiding over the sessions which opened Thursday andl will continue for a week SENATOR BRADLEY Gives England a Hard Jolt on Panama Canal Treaty Senator Bradley made a vIrileI speech in the United States Senat- last Monday on the Government control of the Panama canal Utterly absurd and ridiculous is Grea Britains interpretation ot the treaty said Senator Bradley who holds that tho vessels of nation could linger in Panama canal water twentyfour hours subject to no in terference or regulation by the United States The absurdity of this contention ho declared would hie proved In time of war England Sensppirlet no more generous than that of the wouldbe philanthropist who upon his deathbed directed that all of his hornsyhoofs and d among the poor and hungry The Canal Zone Is as much America property and subject to our colilro as Is Alaska or the District of Columbia Had the United States thought t for a moment that we could not con trol the canal it never would have been built We never would have spent 400000000 on it had we not thought our ships would have superior right there Great BritaIn did not spend one cent on this great enterprise and yet wants to come in I on the ground floor with us aftei our courage manhood and genius i have built the canal and our money I paid for It What has The Hague to I do with our domestic affairs In quired the Senator The matter of tolls Is not a question for The Hague I where every country represented would have a direct interest In the question and be positively opposed to us A fervid tribute to the enterprise and genius of the American nation In making possible this canal was paid by the Kentuckian There will IbeI no trouble over the United States holding to Its sovereign rights Over thocanal zone bo pre cJed Eng- landI is too wjse to raise any trouble saidandbelievoj ir1ailCmatic We seek no rtrouble neither flo we ask any nation for permission to manage our domestic I affairs The IntellJgence the man hood and the patriotic spirit that was abroad in this land of ours in Seventysix and in 1812 is alive amongst uu today and will continue to live and It was that Intelligence that manhood and that spirit which enabled us to do what no other nation In the world could do 4mlld this great canal INTERESTING Information Prom Irish Congested District Boards William J Duffy member of Parliament for South Galway has extracted some interesting informa tion from the Irish Congested Dis tricts Board For the first time something like a plain statement of the work accomplished under the act of 1909 Is available for scrutiny tt appears that up to the first day of March in this year 553 estates in the congested districts counties have been placed in the hands of the board to arrange terms of purchase The price asked by the owners Is about 30000000 Offers for 109 of those estates have been made and by the end of the year the board will have bought estates at a price ex seeding 16000000 The Usual kind of warning to tenants Is also Issued The board announces that they will negotiate as quickly as practicable for the purchase of all rapIdIalterations Illegal combinations against the payment of rent to the landlord pending the valuation of the estate by the board or the prevalence of Intimidation of any kind will delay Indefinitely instead of hastening the purchase FEASTS Today is the feast of the discovery bf the body of St Stephen On Aug ust 6 the Interesting patronal feast of St Marie Maggloro in poetical commemoration of one of the most touching Interests In the history of the church at Rome will be cele brated with Impressive ceremonial August 7 we have the feast of St Lawrence and on August 11 the feast of St Dominic There will be appropriate celebrations at the Minerva where one of the saints fingers Is preserved as a relic and at Santa Sabina where he estab lished tho devotion of the Rosary and where the marble table on which he Slept the orange tree which he planted and the cell he occupied will be visited by scores of pious pit grim On August 7 we have the AUgustllititStSernarda wave of evereurglg coiasiemorfi= ttlona lit hoRor atu tkq MtoU and imastofthef lMMih Iia 1eiae rn C Jtr VIGOROUS Work in Preparation For Corn lug Cathode Federation Convention I General Committee Meets an Receives Encouraging Reports Reviewing Stand For Clergy to Bo Erected Next the CathetralI PROGRAMME NOW COMPLETED Vigorous work is being done by life Catholic men and women of Louisville for the reception and en tertainment of tho national conven tions ot the Catholic Press Associa Lion and the American Federation or Catholic Societies which convene In this city on August 1C and continue through the greater part of the following week The Catholic Womans Club was thronged with representatives from parishes and societies at the last general meeting when the affiliation of more parishes and several additional floats for the par ade were announced Dr Peter S Ganz presided and called upon the Rev Father Cletus Brady who opened the meeting with prayer A number of parishes and societies reported their programmes with assurance that they were mak ing satisfactory progress In prepara tion for the great parade which will be at least six miles long In addition to those already announced representatives were present to say that St Agnes parish St Francis Social Club St Peter Claver So ciety No 1 and the Catholic Knights and Ladles of Holy Trinity parish at St Matthews would participate in the parade When reports were called for Rev Father Bohlsen said St Martins would do all In Its power to Insure the success oft o parade and convention Rev Father Cletus Brady of the Passionist Re treat stated that St Agnes parish would be represented by a float and fifty men Rev Father Fagin declared the convention fever was on all and from what had been report parIsMswereU tk para nettee Utdsxresefg IfChairman Eugene Cooney submitted complete report All the necessary halls had been secured and would be ready and pennants and rags will be found at headquarters to He announced later The reviewing stand will be erected adjoining the Cathedral and will accommodate at least 150 From this point the MonIsignorPontifical mass at the Cathedral on Sunday morning August 18 when MoFaul1Bishop I sermon Chairman Cooney also stated that Bishops Muldoon and T hen were coming to Louisville and letters were read from Mayor Will- Iam O Head and National Secretary Matre The parade which promises to sur pass anything of the kind ever wit nessed here will comprise many divisions composed of organizations parishes floats automobiles etc It will form at Broadway and Un derhill and Barret avenue The head of the first division will rest on I Broadway with rear on Barrett ave I nue The head of the second divis ion will rest on Broadway with rear I on Underhill street Each division will alternate in this way wlt head on Broadway and body resting on the streets that run north and I south Beginning jit Underhill and Broadway the parade will move west on Broadway to Fourth north on Fourth to Walnut west on Wal nut to Fifth north on Fifth to Jefferson west on Jefferson to Eighth north on Eighth to Market east onIII Market to Fourth north on Fourth to Main east on Main to Preston south on Preston to Jefferson west- on Jefferson to Third south on Third to Broadway where It Will disband In the evening at 8 oclock there will be a mass meeting at the Cathe drat when addresses will be deliv ered by Bishop ODonaghie Gov McCreary Mayor Head National President Feeney Apostolic Delegate Bonzano and the Most Rev S G Messmer Archbishop of Milwaukee Interspersed will be musical selections by the orchestra and a grand chorus of several hundred voices President Ganz announced that Chairman Eugene Cooney had been selected to preside at the banquet and everybody agreed that the honor was well bestowed as the Chairman had been an untiring worker The next general meeting will be held Thursday night August 8 but in the meantime the various committees are meeting almost nightly and working out the most minute details thebanquetCooney toastmaster The Diocese ODon1RghuoPower of the Catholic Press Hon Paul Chew musical selections by orchestra address Very Rev James P Cronin The Church and Social ODoliertyClosing i the visiting Blshopa XNTDIITMIN CARDINAL KxtwMly preparations arevWing oJ o 03 is 0 4JI made by the Business Association of Wichita Kans for the dinner and public reception In honor of Cardinal Gibbons and the other distinguished dignitaries who will be there Sep tember 19 for the consecration 6f the now Cathedral1 Doth dinner and reception will be held in the rooms ol the Wichita Club which was tendered them by the Business As sociation for the occasion At the dinner besides the Cardinal there will be present Archbishop Ireland Tihenda priests and a laymenII JAMES BEGAN National President of Ancient Order of Hibernians I LEAGUEIThe Bt Charles ClUb of the Cath ollo Baseball League increased their lead in the race for I the pennant by defeating St Brlgldir team while St Williams thelifw closest com petitor lost to tfjiyjr Trinity At theII tomorrowsII theI I StIst Louis Bertrand vdi Holy Trinity at Shawnee Park and St Charles and Holy Cross at Spring Bank Park The standing to data is as follows Clubs W yon Lost Pctg St Charles M 1 2 846 5 St William f LP 4 714 Ultlt1 St Louis Bertrand 7 7 600 81 Anthony St G 7 462 Brlgid 4 9308St Martins 1 13 071 RECENT DEATHS Saturday morning the funeral of Valentine Dahlem took placo from Sf Charles Borromeo church Born in I Germany he came to this country as a boy and for over half a century had resided in Louisville respected by all who knew him Prominent in Catholic society circles and a mem her of the Catholic Knights of America the Concordla Jefferson and LIederkranz he had a wide circle of friends who mourn his death Surviving him are two sons Valentine and J C Dahlem and two daughters Misses Nettle and Kate Dahlem The funeral of Oscar Willis who died early Monday morning took place front the family residence Hancock and Breckinridge streets Wednesday morning at 10 oclock Mr Willis was one of the original promoters of the bowling game In Louisville and had a host of friends among the different local bowlers who knew and appreclated him for his good felowshlp Resolutions of regret were adopted by the Louisville Bowling Association and handsome memorial design sent to the res idence Mrs Ellen OConnell beloved wife of William OConnell passed to her eternal reward Tuesday after 717Oldhamsuffered a lingering illness with Christian fortitude and was ever ready for the final summons Be- sIdes her husband she leaves six daughters who mourn the loss of a kind hearted and devoted mother Her funeral took place yesterday morning from St Louis Bertrands church We regret to announce the death of William Murphy which occurred suddenly Sunday afternoon at his residence 2223 Griffiths avenue He died full of years a loyal member of his church and regretted by his family and all who knew him The funeral on Tuesday morning at St Cecilias church was largely attend ed Surviving him are the widow and two sons John and Andrew Mur phy and two daughters Mrs Will lam Bench and Mrs John L Sullivan The funeral of Charles M Crowe son of Michael and Mary Crowe 818 East Main street was held Monday i morning from St Johns church mournIngtrlendswidelyknownj ants and sister there Is profound sympathy in their bereavement POSTPONED The Forty Hours Adoration an CrosschurchateyethanM of the cliang of pattonj r i1 1 WANING I The Roosevelt Enthusiasm Expected to Wane After Chicago Convention SelfAdvertisers and Guardians 6t Liberty Chief 1tl- oaSoStrength Interest In the Workings of the New State Primary Law Today SHERLEY IS A SURE WINNER The next step in the natIonal political game will be tho convention of the Roosevelt Progressives lit Chicago next Monday and they are straining every effort to make n showing in the eyes of thd general public sparing neither time nor money It is the opinion of conserva tlve judges that Teddy and his Bull Moose party will bo on tho wane following the convention and that the only real interest now manIfested Is that of curiosity of tho general public that curiosity being of the same character as the ordinary per sons Interest In the circus parade The public is always interested in the spectacular doings of Roosevelt and Bryan who can always be counted on to amuse for a time but after their fill turn to more con servative choices There are two classes of followers In the Roosevelt party the first being the politicians who have lost cast in the Republican party and are seeking a new field for self advertisement and the sec ond class consists of those Republi cans who are opposed to Taft on ae count of his fairness In religious matters and are masking theIr Guardian of Liberty sentiment b4hind the Roosevelt banner This statement In these columns about the latter was questioned by several misguided Roosevelt supporters recently and for further proof of the truth of this statement it is only necessary to call attention to one of the Roosevelt campaign managers and supporters Major Gen D E SIckles retired ho Is Chief Custodian of the diana ot Liberty which Iis a nal office in Jthis oww f7nglod A organiza the local situation the leaders of the Roosevelt movement being the Fusionlsts of the last several years who have been frozen out of the Republican ranks while the list ot the other Roosevelt followers con tains the names of the same old stereotyped A P As who have been ranting around here for the past seventeen years prating about the defense of the American flag and onlyLimnSpanlshAmerican found with a search warrant The first primary held under the new State law today promises to be quite a tame affair as there is no contest in either the Republican or Democratic ranks and the nomfna tlon today of Swagar Sherely for Congress is equivalent to his elec tion as his splendid record makes him the strongest man In this ills trict in either party for Representa comingNovemberas a highwater mark for years to parties new Circuit Judgeship at a later date and the mode of selection in the Democratic ranks has been left themselvesJudgeS Plrtle In addition to the above offices two members of the Board of Education will be chosen at the No vember election Judge Strother and V H Engelhard the two present members will be supported by tho Democratic organization while othertwothat element who at the 1910 elec tion kept crying Keep the schools mt of politics while at tho same time injecting religion the Junior Order sending out a letter to mem bers congratulating themselves on the outcome Many candidates and possible can didates in next years election will watch with interest the workings of securIngInformation possibilitiesisexpected to make the race for Clerk jf the Police Court and another who position Deputy in the Pollco Court George B Coder the present Alderman Is sure to shy his hat In the ring for County Clerk or Sheriff and many other announcements are expected In the near future RIVERThe iptheofCharlcs N Leezer son of Nathaniel Leezer 1727 West umeanll street brought desolation- to the parent and relatlyes and took from his Immediate circle of friends one of Its most genial and popular companions brIdgeThewhen his head appeared from under a log floating down streamwhen he aoutftd for aelp butteolate to be- sved Thee unfortunate yoith was a t1 0 I nephew of Alderman Fred Leezo and besides his parents leaves a brother and sister His funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Williams church Rev Fathe r George Connor officiating at the solemn mass of requie- mSOUVENIR Interesting Feature Con nected With Coming federation The souvenir book containing an epitome of the history of the diocese ot Louisville and of Indianapolis the two oldest in the West and also sketches of the various organizations their officers and members as well as a brief history of all ot the parishes In Louisville is now ready tor distribution and can be secured at any of the bookstores at the nom Inal price of twentyfive cents a copy The book was prepared with great care by Mr Edward Fitzpatrick who is probably the best posted local writer of Catholic history now living In tho Falls Cities outside of the ranks of the clergy The sketches are written in an entertain ing as well as instructive way and in a Catholic spirit which will appeal to all Unless the Kentucky Irish American is very much mistaken the 3000 copies printed will be disposed of in a few days and those who would secure a copy should do so at once It cost over fifty cents a copy to print the book but inasmuch as the Federation agreed to sell a limit ed number at the lower figure it is to carry out this agreement Those who have seen the book have ex tended congratulations to Mr Fitz Patrick and all have said that no one else could have done tho work so well in so short a time The officers of the local Federation and the members of tho clergy are partic ularly well pleased If It were pos sible another edition would be Is sued but this is out of the question now The Federation has opened off cial headquarters at 304 West Jef ferson street whore the book and other Information will be given out FIRST EElS In the Old Days Was Con vened by the King of Ireland The first Irish fels or festival of which there Is any authentic record as held In Tarathe site otthe pal- A and was convened by KlnjKochyj surnamed Ollamh Podia Ollarnh means a doctor of learning and Fodla is a poetic name for Ireland Ollamh Fodla was high King of Ire land about 800 B C and Is consid ered to have been the greatest scholar and statesman produced in pagan Ireland The fes In the old days was more In the nature of a Parliament It was usually con vened by the King of Ireland and In Its deliberations occupied several days Here the laws wore promulgated and the famous Tallteann games held Here Finn MacCumhaill and Cuhahln performed some of their greatest deeds of warlike skill and at Tara before King Laoghalre now spelled OLeary St Patrick first spoke of his mission in behalf of Christianity After the matters of state were discussed at the fejs the King distributed prizes to the story tellers to the bards and to the athletes CLIFF HAVEN Over a Thousand Arrivals at Catholic Summer School More than a thousand arrivals have been reBlstered the assembly at the close of the present week at the Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven and indications are that the Lady day attendance w1llbe much in excess of former years An other event of interest preceding the religious fete Is the bazar to be hold in the Now York cottage on tho afternoon and evening of August 9 The proceeds are for the chapel maintenance The bazar is to be conducted under the auspices of the Alumnae Auxiliary Association and tho affair Is to be a gala one The morning lectures during the week Just closed were by the Rev Charles P Bruehl Ph D of St Francis Seminary Wisconsin who delivered- a very ablo series on social reform and Socialism The griping Interest ot the topics filled the auditorium at each lecture and tho well known scholar made a profound Impression For the evening course the speaker was tho Rqv Francis R Donovan S J of New York City who had as his subjects Paris Beautiful and Picturesque Ireland The talks were In the form of a travelogue Illustrated with finely Illumined stereopticon slides whose artistic atmosphere wasa fine feature of the series Golf contests card parties theatricals field sports family gatherings and musicales afford delight ful entertainment for all sojourning at this healthful spot SISTERS AT UNIVERSITY The Catholic Sisters through the country who are engaged in educational work are taking advantage of the opportunities afforded by the summer session at the Catholic University at Washington More than aoo Staters are in attendance at the fMMlon now drawing WI elope J H I AROUSED q Hibernians Hold Enthusiastic and largely Attended- Meeting Arrange For Great Shoivtug1n- Catholic Federation lPnrnde Y President Dolan and Magistrate Sullivan Report Chicago Convention COMMITTEE WAS INCREASED County President Thomas Dolan was greeted by the largest Hibernian gathering of the year at Bertrand Hall on Friday night of last week when the County Board met and a general meeting was held The meet ing opened with prayer and the first business taken up was the part the Hibernians would take In the demon stration In honor of the Catholic Federation on Sunday August J8 At thd preceding general meeting PresI dent Dolan Thomas Keenan James SVelch John Maloney and Attorney William McDonough were named a special committee to recommend a programme for the Hibernians Mr cDonoRh reported tho progress made with their work and submitted the recommendations ot the com mitted which wore unanimously con curred In Brief remarks by William M Hig gins Thomas Keenan John lien nessy John J Barry Lawrence J Mackey Thomas Walsh William McDonogh Thomas Lynch James Welsh Thomas Langan and others aroused an enthusiasm that lasted throughout the evening and resulted in action that will place the Ancient Order second to none In the parade that will be six miles in length Tho Parade and Float Committee was en larged by the addition of William M Higgins Secretary Thomas Langan and Treasurer Thomas Walsh Will lam McDonogh submitted a proposI tIQn for a large and magnificent float and was authorized to at once close the contract for its erection All agreed that the Hibernians should present a uniform appear 1 IIr U ot lOB I favored dark trousers e sh and collar and dark tie with green canvas hats and sunshades If pro curable This was placed in tho hands of the committee who have been able to secure all but the green sun umbrellas for which some other color may be substituted This expense will be borne by the County Board thereby leaving no member an excuse for not taking part In the parade31t nstyotelltosecure aband to head the q cnt older and La dies AuxU bi 7 itfq part It Is saId will prove quite an agreeable sur prise Thomas Langan County Financial Secretary was chosen Marshal and later any other ap pointments necessary will be made Durlnsthe week the committee has been busy and has everything well under way for a most creditable turn out- County President Dojan and Mag istrate P T Sullivan made a detailed Statement of the proceedings of the national convention at Chicago They expressed satisfaction over the insurance question which will be sub mitted to a referendum vote of the order before final action is taken at Norfolk two years hence Both in- dorsed the reelection of National President Regan and the law placing the annual salary ot tho Chief Executive at 3600 This will prove more satisfactory than tho former system and will result In concentrating and limiting the expense gen erallyallowed every two years for traveling and organizing purposes Tho Southern States were ably rep ti resented and could have secured arplace on the natlbnal board If they had presented a candidate Every body attending the convention the largest ever held concurred In the resolutions adopted congratulating John Redmond and thb Irish people on the near approach of homo rule The convention maintained its for mer position and will have nothing to do with any faction Chicago 1 left nothing undone that would make pleasant the stay of delegates and visitors who returned homo fully satisfied with the weeks work The convention washeldin tho splendid Emmet Memorial Hall a building of which every Hibernian was proud and declared to be a credit to the Hibernians and Chicago Upon motion adjournment was taRen to Friday night August when the reports of the Parade arid Float Committee would bo submit ted and final arrangements com pleted SILLY SEASON RUMORS The usual silly season rumors are going about the most persistent be- Ing a reference to the health of Pius x It had been assumed that as the audiences had been suspended heJjmust be ill whereas the suspension ot audiences only moans that the Pontiffs holiday has come around like that of other persons and that ho is taking his summer leliuri Audiences will not be rllu 1dfoIat least six weeks when the Pontifical Court will again be ova Thn Pope Is stronger an4b r thj u In the correifoadiic period of ladk- year 1l1 1- Ci- o 7 i y KJ3NTUOKY YYLI4sH A Mrr7 YCAPT j 1 t u TIftMERi6fift CatholicsiavetedOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Icorpor te1 Publisher SUBSCRIPTION HRICB orB DOLLAR t HK YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 BoUred it tM L ulfTl1l Pottofflc a 8ccndCI lUiUf IMretf ill CoMiilMtlo to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Green St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 3 19121 FEDERATION The event of greatest Interest t Catholics everywhere Just now Is the national convention ot the AmerIcan n Federation of Catholic and editors which will be In Besslg In this city from August 16 tot Attust 2JI These two bodies wllUbrlni g r to Louisville many distinguishedL church dignitaries and thousands o t visitors to whom will bo tendered ia genuine Kentucky welcome For nearly a year the local Catholic Federation societies and parishes havi been preparing for the entertainment t of this great body and the Kentuck Irish American can give every as surance that their labors are certaInI to be crowned with success The convention and its dollbera lions will of course be offirstl Importance but we feel confident that its every act and resolution wll 1I be Imbued with a spirit of religion and patriotism that will receive theI approval of the American people The names ot the able and noted church dignitaries and public mea who will be heard insure tltia raniy and will place the Catholic poop i I in their true position Now that the work of the Lou vllle Federation Is BO Mtrty I pleted It Is but just to My thatt everybody should contribute to tftie expense that must be Incurred for halls decorations music basque and the monster parade Right here the Kentucky Irish American would say it Is the duty of every Catholic man In Louisville able to walk to turn out In this parade In this way only will they show the right spirit and do honor to our city and the great Catholic body the Federation represents With so many societies and parishes participating In the parade there will be no excuse for anyone not being In the ranks on this occasion WILL THEY HEED THIS The GuardIans of Liberty ul ponder well the following which breathes the real spirit of patriotism and liberty The characteristics of a true American are good will sympathy with the helpless and oppressed In telligence uprightness energy cour aga and Industry and if we love our country and desire to make Its Insti tutions permanent we must labor to cultivate these virtues In ourselves and In those whom we are able toI Influence Patriotism like charity begins at home These are the words of the great Catholic Archbishop J L Spalding an American of Americans and a patriot of patriots but how different i ofiMiles and his following who are op posed to religion The genuine and true American fosters religion which can not be said for the psuedo Guardians 4 APPRECIATED The Kentucky Irish American ap A predates the kindly words expressed by the Catholic Federation Parade Committee and the resolution adopt Ced Its publishers will continue the work of creating enthusiasm and keeping alive the greatest Interest in all laudable undertakings of our Catholic societies Commending our work the committee trusts that the Kentucky Irish American shall Increase many times In circulation and thereby spread Its effectiveness for good In accordance with a motion adopted at a previous meet ing the resolutions were presented by a special committee and signed by Col Michael Reichert John A Doyle and Dr Charles A Edelen HOUSE CLEANING NEEDED The Investigation in the 6Donnell has proven conclusively that a is needed in the Lpulsvllle and President Taft do wisely In removing some of d who besides trying to politics with a vengeance have time to encourage the organ IITheof the Guardians of Liberty HOn ts THE PITY splendid business ability of Head as shown 111tl1e gas transaction and his clean ad has only served to make the taxpayers sorry t1 tlle is not pliftfbib for another term I jNvar has practically beeeiie a o IItoMcttr of life and therefore the Aakertoac people should bfjrlvea the benefit of the lowest jiieelblel 4fty The Iarat part of b1MfttIe ef the tttfttr tax whiek yreteeic ttw fcftt ti sugar refiners and increases their charge Is thrown upon people least abloiW bear It and this of itself 1Is reason enough for a material changes What promises to become one of I our best powers for good in the United States Is the closer affiliation between our Irish and German socie ties The Idea of the Irish and fIi I Germans working together with a common aim and purpose originated I fifteen years ago and recent devel I opments prove the movement is pro gressing rapidly I Cardinal Anthony Hubert Fischer Archbishop of Cologne died Tuesday at Donn Rhenish Prussia after a i long illness He was born in 1840 and was created a Cardinal nine years ago Cardinal Fischer took much Interest in the working people 1and some month ago visited Rome In behalf of the Christian labor unions What a Jolt that was given Eng land in the United States Senate on Monday by William OConnell Brad ley The Kentucky Senator minced no words and showed that he retains the true American spirit JUDICIARY Its Assailants Unworthy of Public Confidence or Trust Editor Kentucky Irish American The constitution of the United States is the best form of govern ment ever deviesd Of course it has Its vulnerable points as mans genius will never be able to Invent a system of government absolutely perfect In some respects certain foreign powers surpass particular features of our constitution especially in the enforcement of laws But there is one part of our Government that Is entirely unique among Sow erninents a link that binds us of the present to the wise old f reII a a constlpnon namely the United States Supreme Court It is this branch of our political fabric that I supplies for all the defects that may be found In our system of Govern ment The Suprpme Court saves us from the rabid zeal of fanatics and the bigotry of atheistic free thinkers to the i It is fundamentally opposed pernicious errors of Socialism and takes for Us beacon of light the Federal constitution No wonder that the unscrupulous Socialists train their batteries upon that one bul I wark which will protect our laws I and save our homes from their menacing grasp Contrast for a moment the conditions that prevail I In countries that lack the guiding I care of a Supreme Court Catholics I will readily recall the obnoxious de I creos passed by the French Chamber lotI Deputies that drove the religious from their homes rifled the church i of her property and aimed at the utter overthrow of Catholicism In i France If the French had a Su preme Court like ours such laws would have been declared unconstitutional i the church would have retained her property and France would have been saved a disgrace in the face of the entire civilized world I We Catholics therefore should never fail In our reverence for the Supreme Court It will save us from theI flames of religious bigotry and the I storms The President of fanatical ot eaII IlIng Catholic colloges in a recent Lure to his boys asserted that any principleslotgarded as a most dangerous foe to his country Continuing ho declared that the last fifteen years had wit nessed the ripe of two men whom he considers the most deadly enemies to I their country the first of these Will lam iBryan the second Theodore II IbothII Supreme Court not so much from conviction as to sway the minds of the Illiterate masses In conclusion he stated that if Roosevelt were nominated on one ticket and DryanII on the other the country j between the devil and the deep blue sea Bryan has not been nominated I himIsetfown party It behooves therefore patriotic citizens to thrust him anII by such ah avalanche of ballots asI will drive him to his rural retreat at Oyster Bay and bury his head among the foes of all true freedom and political liberty Andas each yoter I casts his ballot let him bear in mind that the man who ssailstheljudiciary be he Democrat or Republican Is unworthy of the confidence of a free and enlightened public P A M ItESCn IHLL Mr Alfred Reach announces the engagement of his daughter Mite Helen Louise Reseh to Henry G Hilt The wedding will be solemnized ba 8epteipbw 11 and will be a BO elety event of nuoh interest Both young people are widely known and popular and ta their many friends this news will eoiae M a weleeve sarprlre a tI1JIl I c 0 MOntEST COLLEEN If I should sing of Mary Dont think that thats her name My colleen bawne contrary And doesnt caro for fame She says twould mbke her fidget To see her name in print So I cant sing ItMurther I nearly goY a hint She likes to watch me wrltln A sonnet to her eyes In poetry recltln1 The love that in me lies But holds one rosy digit Restralnln of me pen For fear Ill mention Musfra I almost wrote It then I So when the names ot An Nell an Kate NoraIOr Mary Rose or Are mentioned In DoraIThey mean tbbt That charming little elf Whose name isOl Ill lave yeITo guess the name yourself Thomas DalI 1 SOCIETY 1 I t Miss Maggie Keenan sailed froml New York for Europe last Saturday Mss Kate Morgan of Dumesni1 street is in Cincinnati visiting he sister Miss Katherine McLaughlin o f New Albany is in Indianapolis visit Ing Miss Eva Neafus Misses Lillian Goulding and May Hammer of New Albany spent last week visiting at Columbus Miss Margaret Scannell visitedl in Springfield the past week the guest of Miss Emma Polin Mrs Joseph Grimes and Mrs Ed ward Crume will spend the month o f September In Elizabethtown Joseph L Flynn Deputy Count Assessor left today for a two weeks stay in Canada on his vacation Mr and Mrs Thomas A Barke and children will leave today for a months stay at Bay View Mich George L Mullinix and bride who reIIturnedII Mss Irene Stack has returned from a delightful visit to Mr and Mrs John M Casey at Shelbyvllle Miss May McGrath of New Al bany has been visiting relatives and friends in Cincinnati and Covington Mm Henry Bosse and daughter Miss Adelaide have gone to WauKosha Wis for a stay of several woods Miss Margaret Higgins is spending a week with Jmses Lucy and Mar garet Dugan o ueir home on Rose wood avenue Mar has bees among the number from this city spending the heated term at Crab Orchard Springs ID McCarthy and daughter Miss Margaret of Nashville have been the guests of Mrs M C McCarthy 603 West 0 street Everett Lanning the well known coal merchant Is celebrating the arrival of a handsome boy at his home 1827 Burnett avenue MrsII Mrs M J McCluskoy and B F Pemberton spent last week in Shelbyvllle the guests of Mr and Mrs Ed D Shlnnick ILeo Queen and Miss Margaret Wahler who were quietly wedded last week have gone to housekeep ing on Garland avenue George B Shea who has been ill for eight weeks at his home on West Chestnut street is in Plttsburg visIt Ing his uncle Matt Boyle Raymond H Stengel of West Market street has just returned from a two weeks vacation spent at New York and Atlantic City Mr and Mrs J B Wathen left this week for the Thousand Islands and later will go to Old Point Comfort lor the rest of the summer Mrs S M Raffo and Misses Laura Raffo and Marie Maloney were among the number from this city spending the past week at Dawson SpringsMrs P OConnor and twin daughters Mary Rose and Estelle were Mrs1JohnI boulevard I Mr and Mrs William Shea and son Will have returned to their home In New York City after a visit to their aunt Mrs Annie OConnell 1814 Portland avenue I IJoseph W Torpoy the popular yardmasterof the L and N railroad lis at St Mary and Elizabeths Hos pltal being threatened with an tack of typhoid pneumonia MeII Misses Margaret Maley Lizzie McManus and None Byrd New Albany girls were weekend visitors at lebanon where they were entertained by Mrs Lawrence Dieckman Miss Mary Ellen Maloney who recently returned from a weeks vaca lion at Beuchel Is now spending a- week with her cousin Miss Marie L Dougherty at her suburban home l1jear NewAlbany II Mrs John Rellly of Zane street who has been seriously 111 has been amoved to St Mary and Elizabeths Hospital and on account of her ad- yaneed age her family and friends are apprehensive of the Result I Mlaes1 Frances and Hleanor Mo KenBeJitertainedS merry house parQllast week at their meln 1 airfield Their guests WHa Misses- Beratesl and Ceolll Jtllac HiJea t1Dd and Rita Mattlngly and Ernestine Knott A wide circle ot friends will be Interested in the announcement of the coming marriage of Miss Mary N Campbell and Peter B Campbell which will take place at the Cathe dral on August 6 at 4 oclock in thi afternoon James A Haughey and Miss Corp Throckmorton were united ilin marriage Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity church New Albany The best wishes of a legion o t friends follow them into their new life R I1lIss1lnry Butler the charming young daughter of Mrs George JI Butler who recently returned from the Hibernian national convention I where she made a host of friends s now spending a few days with her aunt Mrs Garrett Maloney 202i I West Broadway I IMr and Mrs John Cronalf Miss Willis Mr Anita Cronan Messrs Edward and James Cronan Mrs Thomas Griffin and sons Messrs Charles Thomas and John Griffin of this city are homo from Frankfort whore they were entertained for a week at a house party given by Mr and Mrs John Griffin I Sojourning at West Bade Springs this week were Mr and Mrs HostrII HenryIJ C Sullivan M J Sullivan Mrs Lawrence Gatto Mrs Peter San I 1IlurphyIJr all of this city Air and Mrs Thomas S Granville I of Omaha Neb reached Lous vllle Sunday afternoon after an ox tended trip through the East Includ- Ing Boston Mass and Bangor I Maine They are visiting Mrs Gran vllles brother Charles P Taylor a 238 East College street Mr Gran villa left for Omaha Monday but Mrs Granville will spend a month ofyacquantances In this city i I IIMACKIN COUNCIL I Club Mouse Was Thronged I MonfdayNight Mackin Council club house was filled with members Monday night when the Social lub made Its report for the year De egates to the Cath olic Federation ind the committee said there was o cry assurance that the Y M I wo ld be well repre sented in the pa ade on August 18 President Adam Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors and the Excursion Comrn ttee called attention to the speck 1 train that will run over the Loulsvl e Henderson to morrow to the meeting of the Grand Council atow shore the train leaving Union SUtlon at 745 a m Tom Bachman J eorge Diiddy and ivroa Jioiimafl7 nvfftnire on uie SICK list were reported Improving The Entertainment Committee was well pleased with tho attendance and an nounced that arrangements were making for another social meeting on August 12 when reports will be made by the delegates to the Grand Council At this meeting there will also be a short address by a prom inent physician and the final touches will be put on the arrange ments for Mackin turnout on Sun day August 18 KAST CELEBRATION Andy Kast OKast In Hibernian circles the popular and genial Superintendent of the Sewer and Drain Department celebrated his fiftysecond birthday Thursday and was kept busy at his residence on Highland avenue receiving congratu lations and good wishes of his many friends and acquaintances A coterie of his friends presented him with a handsome goldheaded cane David Garvey making the presentation speech GRAND COUNCIL The Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky Jurisdic tion win convene at Owensboro to morrow for a three days convention Sarto Council has made extensive preparations for the entertainment of the delegates and visitors Mackin and Trinity Councils will run a spe leavinghooclock This will be one of the most important meetings of the Grand Council for some years past and Its deliberations will be watched with Interest COVINGTON IMr and Mrs John J Sullivan of East Fifteenth street Covington last week announced the engagement of their attractive and accomplished daughter Miss Blanche to William proslporouewedding will be an event of August 22II The annual reunion and picnic of Father Fitzgeralds congregation at Highland Park will take place on Thursday August 29 and as the people of St Leos church are noted for their hospitality a big crowd from this city is expected to attend RECOVERING Mrs a H Hlnkebeln one of New Albanys oldest and most highly esteemed women is reported as recov ering from a quite serious illness that confined her to her home 409 gait Market street and that for a ttneasiness cently celebrated her eightyfourth i birthday anniversary BACK HOME iBlmer JaoquaraiBi for several years past leaatid at BlralHtfeara Jav has retwriM to theeltr stud ry IJ ii Cutprice Clearance In Mens sad Youths Dutchess 1 Trousers j l And Other High Grade Makes 250 Pants 300 Pants 350 Pants 400 Pants 500 Pants 148 198 248 298 348 All kinds of materials I and patterns all sizes for men and youths thou I sands of pairs in these five big cutprice Iqts And remember that every pair of the Dutch ss- t Trousers is sold under the famous Dutchess guaran tee JOe for every button dthat comes off 100 or a new pair if they rip LEVYSTHIRD The Bright Spot in Louisville Views of Ireland Genuine Photographs 6x8 inches Make beautiful pic I PriceI4543 Cottage Grove Ave I c Chicago JJt A Scapular Medal Free Scapular medals have been authorized by the bhurch to be worn Instead of scapulars We will send you one free If you subscribe for the Child Apostle a sixteen pago chil drens monthly costing only twenty five cents yearly It Is edited by a priest especially for little ones and filled with instructions short stories pictures Stamps will do Ad land The Child Apostle 1133 McCormick building Chicago IIII I will reside hero permanently His friends have been giving him a hearty welcome I I I KNIOIITS I OP COLWl I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where At Albany Ore a class of about thirtyfive will be initiated The New York Chapter represent- Ing 16000 Knights has taken a pronounced stand against Socialism The Denver Council baseball team defeated the Fort Logan soldiers and now have a good lead for the city championship All eyes will now turn to Colorado Springs where the Supremo Council will meet This convention will be unsurpassed by any yet hold II Open house for the lady friends of the council at Portland Ore was a pleasant affair last week This council will Initiate a large class next September With a deep sense of Its responsi bility and duty Colorado Springs Council has left no stone unturned to make net weeks convention a pronounced success Niagara Falls Knights will soon select the site for their new home Eighteen offers were made but the choice will be confined to one of the considered most desirable Isix TAKES CHARGE SUNDAY Rev Father Celestine Brey the new pastor of Holy Cross church has arrived from Cloverport and will enter upon his charge with the masses tomorrow A successful and pleasant ministration Is predicted for him LAWN FETE The West Broadway Athletic Club hlrtYSlxthjandcomprise the younger set of that section and are proficient as enter tainers QTJDWLY WEDDED MiM Agnes B HcOulneM and B C Wathelerequletlymarrled Thursday morning at 6 SO oclock at the Cathedral oa 1reet Immediately after the ceremony the worthy eupU Mt for the lastu U a U Ny 4 j 1 JUDGE JAMES S PIRTLE I wish to announce that I am a candidate for Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Fourth Division at the election November 5 1912 sub ject to the action of the Democratic party in Jefferson county and the city of Louisville JAMES S PIRTLE LORETTO ACADEMY FOUNDED IN J8J2 LORETTO MARION CO KENTUCKY Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross Charming location 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years pastor of St Ros4 church at CloVerport has been transferred from that charge to Hol Cross church on West Broadway suc ceedingi Father Joohn Henry who 1 ha been pastor since the death of th4 late Rev John Sheridan At tthl masses last Sunday Father Henry nn noun edhls resignation which ha been kindly accepted by Blsh ODonaghue saying that he had spen his life In the country and that 1hll best work could be done In the rura rI districts In his farewell he can gratulated the people of Holy Crosl upon their good fbrtune of havli Father Brey assigned as their pastor He expressed his gratitude t one and all for their kind treatme and cooperation and predicted f glorious future for this splendid ane growing congregation Father Hel1J goes to Cloverport and both pries will tomorrow assume their nt charges AMERICANS Are Investing Inlndustrlal- Enterorlses In Ireland The success of the tobacco growl enterprise of col Everard In Conn troth Ireland Is now furth strengthened by the promise of unlimited financial support from tn United States James J Parkinson who was at one time a partner a Richard Croker in hIs racing ani horse breeding business hasno abandoned the racetrack and jOlll01 o the industrial revivalists He say be has the command of i5000000 0 American money which he Is prepared to stake In Irish Industries wltl possibilities Tho success of Col E erards undertaking which sprai from quite a small beginning has es peclally appealed to him and he ha expressed a desire to place hhruel at the head of a syndicate which wll materially extend the enterprise T J bacco cultivation Is not however g J Ing to exhaust all his activities for h has already set about working th coal deposits in Klldaro and Queer county For fifty years or more the mines ftnxve remained in a derell state and It was only during the re cent coal strike In England that thel possibilities appealed to Birklnso The disappearance of the Irish landlord under the provisions of the lanl act has freed the coal of the mink t royalties which hitherto rendered I an impossible Investment Col Ever ard Is well known In Kentucky whe be still has interests RESPITE witnd aflxsla- Jtta0rqfSt + nyr 4700 c xfoLEvicting Unmarried Tenants There is still hope for the bad elors of Dunshaughlln Ireland wh are threatened with eviction If the do not marry The time limit fixe by tie Rural District Council for er forcing the eviction order has passed but the council decided to grant the tardy bachelors a respite until November 1 next This decision wa only arrived at after long and earnest debate and It by November 1 the bachelors have not got somebody tJ look after their houses for the coming winter then out they go At the council meeting a list was read from rent collectors giving the names of the more obstinate bachelors thos who only occupy the cottages at nigh and keep them shut up all day One member Councilor Doran remarket that one bachelor had got marries the day before and he had anothe marriage the following day This remark drew forth the query wai Doran performing the marriage core mony himself and that gentlemar laughingly explained that he had the duty of driving the bridal pair Mrs Kelly a lady councilor appealed for six weeks for those unmarried men I FJ E FERRY BILL Manager Bliger Is certainly making good with his policy that the best en tertalnment Is none too good for the patrons of Fontaine Ferry Park For the coming week another fine vaudeville bill Is promised There are five turns each constituting a headline feature As usual Natiellos band will put an a now programme of popular music In tho openair concerts Mon day will be O K of A day when the turnout should prove equal to any of the season PARISH OUTING next Tuesday the Rev Father Ack rmann and the people of St Philip Jerls church will have an allday latish outing at Fontaine Ferry Park For several weeks Father Ackermann tad Messrs J J Caffrey D J Duane Sr Thomas She han Eugene Mc arthy J M Fink John Kleler J5V MaIIarthyF B Bloemer Bernard Pfiester and he church societies have been busy making preparations for this picnic to which they Invite the Catholics of the entire city Among the attrac Ions will be a euchre contests drills games and a fireworks display at Ight COLONELS nom IONDAYI Manager Jack Haydens Louisville ball tossers will start for homE after 10 douoble teader at Indianapolis tomorrow opening a fourgame er- ieswlth Kansas City at Eclipse ark Monday and a big crowd of the aria Is expected on hand even If the lonete showing OH the road WM 6t up to expectations This Is due wtI1 faot tW may are hungry for a good game of fall tioir apps A n CUSCADEN GIVES Green Trade StampI r a With Family Orders Fore s I ICE- CREA e e P t a PHONES 518 AND 584 1 Factory 309311 S Second Street s I t FOR-t I 1 Furniture Of All Kinds at the LowestIII I Prices go to gII WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST o MONUMENTa f i Having Purchased the entir stock of Monuments of the lateg Muldoon Monument Company a we are in a position to offer thef 111 same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at ver J low prices e Give us a call at our ware- roomsj 318320 NVest Green St 10t t F New Muldoon Monument C o- SOCiETY1llECTO1Y l et A O H- DIVISION 1 MeoU at Falls City Hall u Firs and Third Tuesday President Majftln J Cusick yiceIrfl8ldeHtrCharles JrFlnne gmG v T r Recording Secretary 1thonyJ TompkinsFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far roll Financial SecretaryTea E Far roll 1808 West Market Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SergeantatArms Louls Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION 2 rieets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentCon J Ford Vice PtesIClentJ J Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording SecretaryDaniel J OKeefe Financial SecretaryJohn J Keaney 1607 DumeanlL Sergeant ate Arms J Charles ObstSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION S Ueeta First and Third Mondays Ilneteenlh and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice PresidentS M Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stev ensFinancial Secretary John G Hesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantatAras James Stevens SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Streejf President John H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar ry JLanganTreasurerThomas Downey SergeantatArms okn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y 3fd I MAO CIN COUNCIL Z05 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 34 i North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link Second Vice President William t lihn I Financial Secretary Wm Link I Recording SecretaryRobert OsI borne Corresponding Secretary George JLautz I TreasurerRobert T Burke Marshal Fred Schuler sE Inside SentinelPeter Andrlot i Outside Sentinel Joseph Higgins II r HQ being whetted by the long nb C sonce of the Louisville tub who J- ih ave been tone since July 7 Three hanges have bees made in the lineup since that time Davis playing Ifst base Instead of Fisher Rudy tulawltt at second Instead of Burke Mld Manager Hayderi playing right y field replacing HWInin who was reI1 I leted If Davie keeps up the hit t- tlDg gait he ta1ilklRedonthroa I- be It sure to slatiat the first oorner t agularly and Up Veterans Hulswltt d- aad Hayden ottW not be Inprprtd I- 6OLu I 7 t 1 ft tci v- I THEIR FIRST Columbia Athletic Club Outing at Fontaine Ferry The Columbia Athletic Club composed largely of the young men iof Germantown butt representing all sections of the city will have possessic of Fontaine Ferry Park next Wedne day When Its first annual outing nnd all day picnic will take place This club has now a fine home on East St Catherine street where Its members find much enjoymet Recently it was decided to have a reunion and outing for the families and friends of the members and to this end arrangements were made with Manager Dllger for an athletic day at the popular Ferry resort President Ben Beckman Peter Koch Will Larkin Henry and Theodore Walser Wllllai Dennis Ben Speaker and a numbs of others will constitute a recepllo committee and they will also have a programme of amusements that Is oot tain to please They also Invite men bers of all societies to spend the day with thorn WILSON Lucidly Sets Forth Scrvlc Rendered by Catholic Church The enormous service rendered by tho church to civil government dur- Ing the Middle Ages was lucidly set forth by Gov Woodrow Wilson of Now Jersey now Democratic candidate for tho Presidency In an address before the student body of Princeton University some years since Gov Wilson said in part No society is renewed from the top every society Is renewed from the bottom I can give you an lllu tration concerning that that has always Interested me profoundly The only reason why government did not suffer dry rot In the Middle Ages under the aristocratic systems which governed them was that the men who were the efficient Instruments of governmentmost of the officials of government tho men who wore efl clent were drawn from the church from that great church Body wlhlc wcf now distinguish from other churc bodies as the Homtin Catholic church The Roman Catholic church then as now was a great democracy Ther was no peasant so humble that he might not become a priest and no priest so obscure that be might not become tho Pope of Christendom Every chancellery In Europe ever court In Europe was ruled by these darned trained and accomplIshed men the priesthood of that great and then dominant church So wha kept government alive In tflie Mlddl Ages was this constant rise of sap from the bottom from the ranks front the rank and file of the great body of the people through the open channels of the Roman Catholic priesthoodPOPE PIUS I Will Have Reigned Ten Years AUKList4 Next Leo XIII died ten years ago las Sunday and on August 4 it will be s decade since the memorable Sundaj on which Giuseppe Sarto then Patrl arch of Venice was crowned Pontiff of the Catholic church in the greal basilica or St Peter filled with 75 000 of the faithful whom contrary to what his tpredecessor permitted hE rcstrlalned from applauding him as he passed The completion of these ten years Is Important because It de stroys the legend according to which the present Pope who had been nine rears a Bishop and nine years Patri arch would sit only nine years on the chair of St Peter His Holiness although looking old which is not to je wondered at ns he has entered upon his seventyeighth year Is still ilert robust and bright and promises to live many years to come RIVKRVIEW ATTRACTIONS With Its beautiful shade trees ex client music and variety of amusements RIvervlow Park continues the mecca for the thousands who desire an evening of refreshing pleasure he Rlvervlew players are attracting arge audiences to the theater by heir excellent productions seats for which can bo reserved at the Masonic heater Presenting a different pro ramme for each concert Don Phljllp Inl and his Italian band fill to ca aclty the benches surrounding the and stand LAWN FESTIVAL Everything Is In readiness for tho lawn festival and Japanese party next Wednesday at Spring Bank for the benefit of the Catholic Womans Club The various committees have done ccellent work and promise all a good time At night the park will be brll intly Illuminated and will present the appearance of a real Japanese tea- garden Besides the games and other forms of amusement there will be an elegant supper FATHER FLOOD IIEREI Rev Father E V Flood formerly cooped at St Louis Bertrands and j aplsln of the Holy Name Society j Is again stationed at the Dominican iectoryand Is being warmly wel amed by the members of that congre tlon f SECOND OF SERIES The Doerhoefer and Jleffernana viU play the Don Hodges again ta norrow afternoon at their grounds ilrtyelxth end Walnut streets and- he latter team will strive hard for range having been defeated by- he DMld H aggregation last Sun- lay by a score of 7 to 4 This will- theIe seeond gabs of a be t two out r three wrlae J 0- a J l i- y DECOR FOR 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LakeDivision 3 meets Monday night I storlorHibernian building owned and controlled by the Chicago divisions I James J Regan Is the first man 1it the history of the order to be electe Natldnal President without oppos lion The ladles from Louisville unc Kentucky left a tine Impress al Chicago They never spent a morn active or pleasant week Rev Father JD ODwyer of St Patricks church addressed ra larg meeting of Denver Hibernians at thE meeting Thursday night After a conference with the State and county officers President Don nelly has called the Kentucky StateI convention for September 9 at Louis yule Hibernians everywhere ehould study the Insurance question A unl forun and workable law would be theI means of bringing thousands Into theI orderMilwaukee H4berntans will feature their annual reunion at Pabst Park on August 10 with addresses by well known orators of the country danc- Ing and games Every member of Division 1 should he at the meeting Tuesday night Besides the reports of the nations convention there will be business ol great Importance None who heard him will soon for Jet the sermon preached by Rev Father McNamee at the mass for de ceased members at St Patricks church In Chicago Minnesota Hibernians are much elated over the reelection of Na tional President James Regan The convention recognized his ability and acted with wisdom Nearly a hundred of the best ath letes of New York State and Canada contested fn the track and field events at the fourth annual field day of the Buffalo Hibernians John Price a well known member of Division 3 has left the city to take the position of private secretary to the General Signal Foreman of the L d N at WillIamsburg President Ford calls upon all members to be present at the meeting of Division y next Wednesday night Every one Is deeply Interested In the business to he transacted The Ladles Auxiliary will have a grand rally at their meeting Wednesday night They will receive complete reports from their representatives at the great Chicago convention- P T Moran urged every State to send a strong delegation to theCom modoro John Barry exercises In Nash agton next year JnsrmonU- ment will be the first erected to an Irish hero In the United States The chief Hibernian event of tho year Ii913 will be the unveiling of the Commodore Jack Barry monument In Washington Many Irish organisa tions still combine with the Ancient Order In appropriately celebrating the occasion Kentucky was very much In evi dence at the National convention While on the lake excursion County President Tom Dolan assembled tie Louisville delegation and aroused great enthusiasm when they started toile Old Kentucky Hofne The spirit spread and other sectional songs were rendered followed by the 2200 men and women present singing God Save Ireland J EMPTY nom lEver since tho Chicago convention a syphon has been at work on that great dam of popular demand for the third term In addition the embank ment has been leaking and evapora tion has also been drawing the fluid away Wlhlat Is left Very little an swers the New York Herald There Is now no third term party worthy of being counted The candidate will hold a convention to nominate him self at Chicago unless something In the meantime intervenes but it will be a convention containing few Im portant men and packed mostly with the selfseekers and those cherishing personal grudges against President Taft WILL REMAIN HERE 4 There was rejoicing In St An thonys parish when news was re ceived Jromi iNew York that the Chapter of the Minor Conventuals had re turned Roy Soraphln Scblang O M a to be pastor of that congregation The chapter was held in Utlca last week and was attended by Roy Father Jerome Prelsser 6 M C of St Peters and Rev Father Schlang of St Anthonys Both have returned to this city CHURCH TO BB BUILT Tho pastor and people of St Johns congregation at Starlight Clark coun ty Ind have started a movement for the erection of a new church edifice which will replace the old frame iflmrch that has been occupied by the congregation for many years and Is not now inadequate toJts growing needs According to present plans he new church will ibe ot reenforced concrete and Will co between 7000 aNd 410000 WENT OFF SICK iPatrolman W J Sullivan of the Fifth districts and Edward OBrien of the First were compelled last week to relinquish their beats be cause of Illness William OConnell of the Fifth who is now at St Joseph infirmary Ja somewhat Improved I BNJOXING VAOATION WiUlasa F Ke ter OM efonr old ulRed widelyknown letter ear- z o It Home Phone 6Q37 Csmb Mien 66 ENRYFUC FLORISTd e Store 560 Fourth AvenuIi V OPPOSITE POSTOFF1CE Greenhoises Charles and Texas Street r a JOHN Be STRUBEL t JEWELER l WatchesDiamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED CB THOMPSON FL o1i2iSri IIirONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 538 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention sad satisfaction guaranteed WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANG ISFOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FO- R35O GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sts Cumb S 2692A Homa 6225 HENRY fiUNOLD DBAIXR IN Staple and Fancy GroceriesSS- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies I Specialty Hm Phone 4330 5 24 W WALNUT HOME PHONE 3924 Fred f Jeffernan Grocer and Cait FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO- N W Cor 35th and Madison Come and see the Ball Game Every Sunday Heffernans and Best Amateur teams In the city PETER M AND ROTI SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERSC- arriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET rlers is enjoying his annual vacation In the country on the Eighteenth orhispect a bIg flahi night with him before he resumes his route on August 6 r FOR WOMANS EYE playnganImlortantpart The plaited or partly plaited skirt seems now the perplexing problem The pannier having served Its purpose Is not sure to be an autumn feature Fashion In mourning attire no heavIIIU1and white continues an oft repeated combination but blue and white Is also very popular I For tailor madesthls year covert coating Is having a great vogue arid some of the smartest walking costumes seen Just now are carried out In this material Despite the fact that there are a number of new plaited draped and flounced skirts being made up for fall It is generally conceded that the narrow appearance will be preserved All suit coats are longer and none J Monkeyjackets r l their stead are shown coats with i panel backs straight under arm t forma and attractive modifications of l loose box fronts which prevailed last seasonGrays I prodominatefine serges English tw cds Scotch mixtures ratine and rough surfaced t boucle yarns which ure the fashion tabla t fabrics The fibredl suits for 1 byIwthtteoiurtni In tbM iood 1 J 0 It IRIWTS on tmraw1 t i I Late News That Will IntereiS I Members Mere and Elsewhere helpsinitiateColumbus Ind Last Sunday the Denver Counc baseball team had for opponents th soldiers nine front Fort Logan Colorado Springs Council conferrer the first and second degrees last weel ImemborahipIKnights a successful retreat for Cath olio men was held at iSt Francis Sera InarySpecial trains will be run frou New York Boston Chicago and SI Louis to the Colorado Springe con ventionOne of the features of the Coloradi Springs meeting will be tho parade led by Fire Chief McCartln as grand marshalOwing to the large number of now councils organized during tho past two years two more districts have been established in Wisconsin makln S twelve In that jurisdiction Archbishop Ireland and Bishoj Lawler delivered addresses at the laying of the cornerstone of the ne club house at St Paul The buildin- will cost 150000 and probably willti be ready in November VIENNA Elegant Cathedral Select ed For the Eucharistic Congress Tho Cathedral ot St Stephen att Vienna selected to hold the vast concourse of people who will gather for tho twentythird Internationa- Eucharistic Congress in September next when its erection was begun stood outside the city walls on tho margin of the forest but it is now directly in the center of tho Inner- Statt or inner city Many Americans will attend the Eucharistic Congress and will view this elegant structure built in tho Gothic style between tho years 1300 and 1510 It is in tho shape of a latin cross measurin- 360x220 feet and has a spire nearly 500 feet in height Tho graceful solemn And harmonious effect of the structure as a whole gives it a high rank among the churches of the world and in size and richness of architecture it is tho equal of the Cathedrals of Strasburg and Antwerp Like many other cele brated churches it was originally In tended to have two spires but al though 500 years have gone by it still has but oneII And that one cries Frances Trollone I hardly know whether it would be more Just to say that its exquisite beauty is sufficient toatone for every imag inable deficiency in every other of the edifice or that its light partI elegant form leads one to regret maiaJillterl t1tIlLthearlgJ a ture Is not rendered perfect by having another and a similar heaven piercing tower on the other side of It There is one peculiarity in this lovely spire that as far as I know renders it unique Instead of being placed as at Antwerp Strasburg Salisbury etc on n tower it rees tine bv degrees and beautifully less from the ground This church is so very beautiful with Us dark metal tone of coloring its rich carvings Its graceful proportions and the In describable air of dim religious sanctity which seems to envelop every part of it that I suspect it is not easy to form a fair unprejudiced opinion on the merits of Its deviation From common usage I can scarcely Imagine it possible that anyone could be found who while standing in the StephenansPlatz and looking at this delicately wrought pyramid could be capable of saying That spire would Lon better were it other than it is FATTIER JEnOME LEAVES The Rev Father Jerome Prelsser O M C for twenty years the beloved Bud hardworking pastor oCSt Pe ers church Seventeenth and Gar land avenue has been transferred to- St Josephs church at Hoboken N J This change was ordered at tho Franciscan Chapter held last Week at Utica N Y Father Jerome has built St Peters parish up to one of the best in the city and leaves it fully equipped with school hall and buildings While every mem otherII the congregation regrets his ire they rejoiced that his It promotion and that he goes to a much hrger parish than St Peters lIe left last night and will at once enter upon his new charge TAKE DESERVED REST Lleutv 1r J Leamey and Sergeant arlck Mullen of the local police force have been enjoying a deserved rest and spending their vacation in amp in the country Lieut George Illfford has been spending his ten lays at New York and other Eastern olnts while Robert OReilly of the Ixth district and John Ridge ot the FirstI have been sojourning with riends in St Louis and inspecting he workings of the found City po iea department LEAGUE STAR HERE Mr and Alts Zach Wheat of Brooklyn were here during the past reek on a visit to Louisville rela ives and friends Mrs Wheat was ormerly Miss Daisy Foreman of Ugh street and Mr Wheat is one rf the stars of the National League elng the hard hitting outfielder of he Brooklyn Flub and is in the first en In batting averages in that Qgue WISCoNSIN DELEGATES The State Executive Board of the YIfsconsln Federation of Catholic So etles at a meeting held last week lamed F J Roone3orAPpleton1 I theIvsoelMila toathn D COtINCORPORATED Brewers arid Bottlersv- xsvucn KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every 452gSENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JON E FRANK3 WALTERS 1 Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE RYIFALLS CITY BREWING CO c INCORPORATED gBroadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Hams 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Li- 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