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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a FTr t 1 i I KENTUCKY AMuRIcAy g IVOLUME IXNO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS II I THOUSANDS I Will Come to Louisville For the I Catholic Federation Convention 1 I Catholic Editors Will Commence Their Deliberations Next Friday I Everything in Readiness For the Greatest Parade Ever Seen HereII I CITY WILL BE DECORATED I I As the time draws near for the annual conventions of the Catholic I editors and the American Federation I of Catholic Societies there is every In dication that the week of August 15 wilt be marked one of the most notable in the history of Louisville It is yet impossible to estimate the j thousands of visitors who will come bore but there is assurance given I that it will surpass any gathering ever held In the South under Cath artitoIngs at the Armory and in the con vention are high church dignitaries and laymen of national reputation There has been no change in the outlined inprogramme as heretofore these columns which does credit to the foresight of the various committees For months past the Louisville Federation has been making preparation for this event and has had ther earnest support of such strong organizations as the Ancient Order of Hibernians Catholic Knights ot America Knights of St JohnI Knights of Columbus Young Mens Institute Catholic Knights andc Ladles Columbia Athletic Club the parish societies and the parishes themselves With Dr Peter Ganz and Col John H Whallen lending their Invaluable assistance the local body has been enabled to surpass itstmost sanguinary expectations entertainment arranged for the thousands of visitors will be charac teristic of Kentucky and will closejj with the largest and most banquet ever undertaken in theI 1 I 0rr lZltt11 P1II90 mrffi4hasJl een so lomearrangthing doing every day but nothing that will Interfere with the delibera tions of the conventionICol Whallen and his aides haveJJ perfected every detail for the mam moth parade which will be miles InI length The Kentucky Irish Ameri can has not the space for a descrip tion of the many artistic and beauti ful floats that will be placed in the parade Nothing like them has ever i been seen on the streets of Louls vllle and the subjects that will beI depicted are religious educational national and patriotic They will portray not only events of the great est historical interest in this coun try but scenes that have to do with the lives of the discoverers ot America I In the older countries NextJJ week final instructions will be is i sued to the marshals as to their duties and each society and parish will be notified when and where to assemble and their position in the parade which will move down Broadway promptly at 130 oclock Every precaution has been taken for the safety and comfort of those who will ride on the floats and with the protection afforded by the signal corps accident will be next to impos sible The reviewing stand will adjoin the Cathedral and will be occupied I by Bishop ODonaghue the J visiting Archbishops Bishops and hundreds of the clergy i Chairman Keenan has received in formation that the railroads have agreed to run special trains which will bring a number of societies and large delegations from Cincinnati Chicago Indianapolis Lexington I Owensboro Covington and all the cities in the adjoining States For a time the railroads refused to make any rates or excursions but it seems the Central Passenger Association has come to a realization of the im portance of this most notable gather- Ing In our next issue we will again give the route of parade and pro gramme for the convention BEAUTIFUL GIBBONS MEMORIAL I The Cardinal Gibbons Memorial Hall being erected at the Catholic University ot America in Washing ton D C in commemoration of the golden jubilee of the Cardinal wlllI be completed and ready for occiv pancy October 1 in ample time for the opening ot the fall term at the University The building will have cost when completed 250000 and will fill a longfelt want In furnishing adequate dormitory accommoda tions for the rapidly growing student body of the academic department of the university Its dimensions are 2 C 0x5 6 feeLIABANDONED CHURCHES i Abandoned churches to the number of 1700 in the open country and in the small towns ot Illinois are the figures which formed part of a startling picture of rural needs f WilsOrltlit conference which closed at De 6 Kalb last Saturday Dr Wilson IIiBuperinteajlevt of the department of cauretf aadaeuntry life at tke Pres y byieriaa jtMirft ot Home Xleetons r l i 1 He based his estimate of 1700 abandoned churches he said on an actual count of 500 secured In a survey This estimate docs not Include Dr Wilson explained the churches that have been turned Into corncribs pigsties barns or have been burned or hauled away but represent churches standing Idle and unoccupied Among the reasons given for this condition were the false notions propagated by the ministers and failure to teach farmers how to spend their money BISHOP LUDDEN 1 His Death Follows Lingering Illness at Syracuse Both religious and lay circles throughout the country were greatly grieved on Tuesday to learn of the death at Syracuse N Y of the Right Rev Patrick A Ludden the first Bishop of that diocese after an Illness with which he was stricken last October Bishop Ludden was born February 4 1836 in the little village of Breaffy outsidq the town of Castle bar County Mayo In the Providence of Connaught Ireland Breaffy is a part of the parish of Castlebar Bishop Ludden had two brothers James and Edmund and five sisters Mary Anna Honora Cecilia and Margaret Honora Cecilia and Mar garet became religious all three joining the Sisters of Charity at Leavenworth Kans assuming the names of Sister Agnes Maria Sister M Stephen and Sister M Agatha respectively Sister M Agatha died at St Vlticents Hospital Leadvllle Colo Sister Agnes Maria and Sister M Stephen are still performing the duties of their vocation Bishop Lud den was educated first in the village school at Breaffy taught by a man named McCarthy Afterward he was sent to John Belrnes Academy Cas tlebar from which he was graduated He went next to St Jarlaths College Tunm early In 1859 After a year and a half he finished his classical course at St Jarlaths In the sum of 1861 he came to America and entered the Grand Seminary Mon real Canada conducted by the Sulplclan Fathers where he corn pleted his theological studies Ho was ordained for the Diocese of Al bany In the Grand Seminary May 21 1364 by Right Rev Ignatius Bourget the second Bishop of Monj trealThe I diocese of Syracuse was cutoff I from the Albany diocese by Pope Leo XIII The diocese was first pro jected by the Holy See September 12 1886 and Father Ludden was made Bishopglect In spitsja f Father lasai e tAWj pointed Bishop of the new see on December 14 1886 His consecration took place at the Church ot the As sumption Syracuse Archbishop Corrigan of New York was the officiating prelate He was assisted by Bishop Bernard McQuade of Roches ter Bishop Farrell of Trenton preached the sermon on the occasion His activities during his twentyfive years as Bishop ot Syracuse have been rewarded with many extensive Improvements in the diocese He had established twentyeight parishes In the last quarter of a century He had confirmed over 60000 people during that time He rebuilt the Cathedral of the Immaculate Con ception at his own expense in 1903 and made it the Cathedral ot the diocese DUBLIN English Suffragettes On Trail For Serious Out rages Four militant English suffragettes were put on trial Tuesday In Dublin on the charge of having committed serious outrages at the time of the visit to that city of the British Prime Minister Gladys Evans was found guilty of setting fire on July 18 to the Theater Royal where Premier Asquith was scheduled to speak the following day The charge against Mabel Capper alleged to be her accomplice was withdrawn while Lizzie Baker similarly charged pleaded guilty to damaging property Tho Jury disagreed in the case o Mary Leigh and she will be tried on the charge of wounding John E Redmond leader of the Irish Parliamentary party who was hit by hatchet that was thrown at th Premiers carriage Sentence wa I reserved in the case of the convicte- woman Timothy Healy chief counsel tort the womep was hooted when he entered the court room He de manded the exclusion from the jur of all members of the Society of Molly Maguires He said he refuse- o be insulted by them and did no doubt that they were there by the Governments orders SPECIAL MUSIC COURSES Arthur C Becker the youngest organist In the city who has become well known for his artistic work a Holy Cross church loft this week for the East where he will spend some time taking special courses in music The youthful professor will return i the early fall when he will resume his organ and classes ST CECILIAS Hours for the masses at St Cecilias church Twentyfifth street furthenoticeat 8 and 8 jclbck and the high mass at 10 oclock Rev Father Brady the pastor left Monday for Michigan where he will repaia uatll October and tkuswage suffering from kay feVit0 u 0 c Y M Ie Kontncky Grand Council Holds Splendid Convention at Owensboro All Sections Represented in the Election ol Grand Officers Dan J Henncssy Goes to SuI premo Council inICalifornia PRAISE FOR SARTO COUNCIL This was indeed Y M I week InI Owensboro where the fifteenth annual convention of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky jurisdiction wasI held and the following Grand officers elected for the ensuing year Grand Chaplain Rev Father Weltekamp Louisville Delegate to Supreme CouncilD- J Hennessy Loulsvillo President W E Link Louisville First Vice PresidentG A Lawo MemphisSecond Vice President J B Gin ochio Lexington Secretary C H Barbour Owens boroTreasurerL H Framme Car rolltonMarshalL S Ouniff Louisville DirectorsFrank G Adams Jo mph C Klrchdorter Delegates and visitors began arriving In Owensboro Saturday evening and with the arrival ot the Louisville special Sunday morning it Is es timated that there were at least 700 strangers there for the contention Immediately upon the arrival of the special the delegates and visitors were met by the entire membership of Sarto Council and escorted to their club house where an informal reception was hold and a toothsome collation served Later special cars were boarded for the Columbia College athletic field where an exciting ball game was witnessed between of10wensboroLouisville The game was excIting and went eleven innings to a draw standing 7 to 7 when called on ac 1uttrl1rB i held In the club rooms of Sarto Council whore delegates and visitors were entertained by officers and members of the local council Never did St Pauls church present a more brlliant and beautiful scene than at the solemn high mass that preceded the opening of the conven tion Monday morning The sanctuary was ablaze with lights the gold candle holders giving the whole B pretty effect Rev George M Connor of Louisville Grand Chaplain was the celebrant of the solemn high mass assisted by Rev Father Wletekamp O M C of Louisville as deacon and Rev Father Fitz gerald of Owensboro as subdeacon Father OConnor preached the ser mon taking for his text the words Child give me thy heart It was a most interesting talk to young men and made a deep impression on all who heard it- Promptly at 10 oclock the Grand Council was called to order by Presi dent V K Ecker and opened with prayer The first business was the appointment of committees who at once preceded to work Adjournment was taken until 130 in the afternoon but as the committees were unable to report the session was ended and all went on a boat and barge ride up the Ohio The social feature of the convention was the reception and ball Monday evening at the Rudd House which was attended by the elite of Owensboro and won great praise for Sarto Council Tuesday morning the convention was called to order by President Ecker and the session taken up in discussion of the reports and recom mendations ot the various commit madefAt the afternoon session the election and Installation of officers took place marking another successful Younge band quet was at which W E Danhauer of Sarto Council acted as toastmaster When elegantyspeakersd KtLaVega Clements and James B Kelly Upon all sides are heard expresr elena of approval of the officers chosen to guide the order next year the election of Dan J Hennessy and W A Link being declared the best antassurance continued growth and success GRIEFnOne of the sweetest and best loved women of the Sacred Heart parish passed to her eternal rest when God called the soul of Mrs Mary Leezer widow of the late Elijah Leezer and mother of Joseph C Nathaniel George A and Alderman Frederick deathdwho Was drowned in the Ohio river on Monday of the preeedmg week is supposed to have hastened her death Mrs Lesser had suffered ill health for pone time and was unable to withstand the sao k ot ler vaao 11 f- JI J sons death The funeral took place Monday Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh officiat ing at the mass bf requiem and in the sermon he pointed to her cour ageous and cheerful life which be came a source ot inspiration to all around her 11I 1I4 EXPLANATION t t In answer to naiuecous complaints and queries from city subscribers in regard to the issutot Kentucky Irish American of Saturday July 27 we wish to state that our papers were placed lit the lOca Post Office Friday afternoon July 20 and that one sack of papers1 comprising runny city routes was iJfot delivered by tho Post Office until Vednesday August 7 exactly twelve days after being mailed another subsequent issue I Saturday August 3 being delivered in tho meantime t Tho missing sack of papers was located in the office of the Evening Post 317 West Walnut street on Tuesday of thIs week and delivered Wednesday This explana tion is offered to those readers who complained that they received no paper of July 27 land who no doubt were surprised to receive that issue on August 7 BtJft1OOSPa- rty rf Exhausted After Their Stren EttoJsAdvertIsuous ing Convention Should Have Added William J Bryan to the Down and Out T1Tct No Chance on Eauh to Succeed or Make Showing Without Neg oas i KENTUCKY EASY OR DEMOCRAT Ji Now that the Bull Moose Progressive conventlepi is over and vel andaJ on selected iUeir sa ar ea fflr s en and Vice President watch the bottom drop out of the oneman party as that is all It can be called for with out Roosevelt at the head the move ment would simply fall flat The Bull Moose leaders worked night and day to make a showing at their na tional convention and now that they have accomplished their purpose have nothing left to excite cam paign interest Their present at titude will forcibly remind them of the old adage You can fool all the people some ot the time and some of the people all of the time but you cant fool all the peoplp all the timeThe result in the November elec tion will be a Godsend to the Ameri can public as it will remove the Rough Rider from the stage of public Interest at the same time ridding him of the idea that the people are clamoring for his leadership The only regret connected with the whole affair is that William Jennings Bryan can not be substituted for Johnson as the nominee for Vice President of the Progressive party and at the same time get rid of another long suffering bore and especial pest to the Democratic party to which he persistently clings for selfadvertise ment The local Roosevelt followers have been in great glee over the showing of the Taft Republicans last Satur day less than 600 votes being cast for the Republican nominee fpr Con gress The laugh will be on the other side of the house next year when the professional Fuslonlsts and A P A Republicans try to get under the log cabin in the State primary for enoughtomain strength of the Republicans here will never desert the log cabin for the Bull Moose or any other made to order design All the talk of Roosevelt beating Taft In this or anyconservativeabove fact to be true that the negro will never follow Roosevelt or any other leader away from the log cabin The Democratic State Central Committee at its meeting on Thurs day here decided to open State cam paign headquarters In Louisville and will make every effort to give Wilson and Marshall a larger majority in Kentucky than was received by Gov McCreary last fall and from the present disorganized condition of the Republicans this is not impossible The Louisville Democrats are now j making preparations to Join with i i Lexington Democrats in the big reunion to be held at that place the j first part of next month and from present indications the Louisville special train will be a large one In deed Watch out for the fence builders for 1913 offices on that train as there premises to bo many candidates in the field for tim free forall primary The appointment of Judge WM Smith M Circuit Judges by Gov Mc Creary still leaves the Democratic nomination to be settled as the ap pointment is only t November and In addition io Judge Smith Judge Jamie L tfirtle ONa of the leaders of the loealfcar still is the field for the DflBioeratl noosioaienr n- U- j r SIXTEEN I Catholic GlinplniiiH On Active List For Our Boys in Blue They Have a Strong and Bene ficial Influence Over the Men First Appointment Vas Uecom mended by Cardinal Gibbous FATHER OKEEFE IS MAJOR I The number of the personnel of the army is more than twice that of tho navy so one must expect to findri hforI r The number of officers and enlisted men In Uncle Sams army Is now about 90000 and to provide for their spiritual welfare Congress provides ji sixtyseven Chaplains representing all creeds and denominations and among this number the Catholic faith is represented by sixteen onD the active list while there are several on the retired list by operations of law they having reached the age of retirement sixtyfour years or retired for disability Among the sixteen now doing act- Ive duty Is Rev Timothy P OKeefe senior in grade of the Catholic Chap lains having the rank of Major i since March 22 1912 Father OKeefe was originally appointed on February 2 1901 from the District of Columbia on thu recommendation of His Eminence James Cardinal j Gibbons He was born in Kansas November 16 1804 and has served j In all parts of the United States and the Philippine Islands and his pres ent station is at the military prison j Alcatraz Cal doing splendid work j among the convicts Father OKeefe will not retire for age until 1928sTile pay of a Major is 3000 plust 10 per cent for each five yearss serviceAt I present time there are fivetCatholics having the rank of Cap tain and these are Albert J Bader Ninth Infantry Who Is now in therUnited States on leave of absence t pwlltlJ1 thereturn of tits regient- 6Pi 1 mn llffi B Doherty with Regiment at San Ju Ferry of the Tenth InHnq HTt the military prison Fort Learoiworth Kan Andrew C Murphy of the Fifth Regiment field artillery at Fort Sill Oklahoma and George J Waring of the Eleventh Cavalry at Fort Oglethorpe Georgia The pay of a Chaplain having the rank of Captain is 2400 plus 1Q per cent for every five years service J Chaplain Bader is the dean ot the army Catholic Chaplains not only in age but in service for he entered the volunteer service in September 1898 as Chaplain of the Twelfth i New York Volunteers He Is a native of New York and was appointed to the regular army from the State in February 1901 He was born on 3eptember 24 1859 Father Doherty Is a native of Massachusetts but was appointed to the army from Cali fornia in 1902 He was born Decem ber 21 1862 Father Ferry is another Now Yorker and has been assigned to reform work at the big military prison at Fort Leavenworth Father i Denning Is the youngest of the Catholic Chaplains and was born in Ohio on August 20 1878 Among the Catholic Chaplains on the retired list are Patrick J Hart Edward H Fitzgerald and Edward J Vattman having the rapk of Major and Patrick P Carey and Ell W J LIndesmltb with the grade of CaptainNo the best known of all the Chaplains is Father Fitzgerald who did such efficient work with thetTwentysecond Infantry in Cuba in 1898 and who was retired for dis ability incident to the service on February 26 1909 These Catholic Chaplains have the most beneficial effect and good in fluence over all the men in the different organizations and at the various garrisons irrespective of their religious belief One of the ranking officers of the J army said recently in speaking of the high tone and morals of the en listed personnel In the service that J he knew of nothing more responsible J for It than the presence of the Oathjj olio Chaplain among tho men and hiscc constant and persistent endeavor tojj Interest them and make them better 1 soldiers better citizens and better 1 men 1 FATHER HILLS RETURN c I Rev Father John Hill the pious and energetic pastor of St Annes WestjI Father Hill has been a hard and faithful worker and his parishioners were rejoiced when he consented to take the short but deserved vacation 1 They will give him a hearty greeting tomorrow HANDSOME A 0 JL FLOAT At the meeting of the County Board Aa H last Friday evening la Bertrand Hall the design of the flout for the A 0 JI in the coming Federation parade was submitted and was adopted without a dissenting vales or eritietemi Tke design IB the work fTIa8Jt1JNoJaa the young 0r j n- IrishAmerican architect and is cer tainly a tribute to his genius and his I knowledge of something commemora tive ot Ireland and the Ancient Order of Hibernians President Tnomas Down urged the division officers present to see that every member of the order was in line in the parade and notified where to get their uniforms which will be paid for out of the County Board treasury The ex act particulars concerning route of march where to assemble etc will be announced in these columns next week ST RUSE She Is Especially Revered As the Saint of America St Rose of Lima whose feast day Is celebrated on August 30 Is espe cially revered as the saint of America When an Infant she was christened Isabel but cue day a beautiful rose appeared to rest on her face which seemed so strange and miraculous to her parents and that they determined to caller Rose instead ot Isabel How was the life of a child who at the tender age of five years consecrated herself by a vow to virginity to our Lord Surely God must have marked her out for his own before she was born Her natural beauty the complexion of her countenance the symmetry other form ll that nature could lavish on a Child was consecrated In this our of America On one occasion- we read In her life our Blessed Lord artItheIflower of the fields Infinitely more precious than all those which thou hast raised in thy garden with so much care Thou are a flower and thou lovcst flowers 0 Rose gave me thy love know that It is I who called thee that thou mayest no longer give any creature a share in that heart which belongs to me Nor was our Lords appeal unheeded Twelve hours were daily given to contemplation yet she was never known to neglect her other duties Ever ready to assist others by her counsel and labors she was constantly sollcted for aid and advice bjj who knew and admired lies She had the lowest Ion of herself and was never speak In a loud tone of vo her gentle manners caused say that though called a rop of Its thorns The her last illne drawls IeJlttailr+ Where shemadaaacittoffetl g= nation to the frightful sufferings which she knew were to end her ex- Istence Lying on the hard woqd like her Divine Spouse on the cross she repeated twice the words Jesus be with me and then the first flower of sanctity In the New World the lovely Indian Rose ot the old Dominican order was presented by the glorious patriarch of the Friars Preachers to the Lord who had called her the rose of his hear- tGUARDIANS Have Not Bettered Meth ods of Malodorous Predecessors TThe Guardians of Liberty who have assumed the functions of the defunct A P As have not bettered the methods of their malodorous predecessors They are publishing a Lincolns Warning in which the great war President is made to declare that he feared the machinations of Rome and the Jesuits and so on In the usual key There is nothing In connection with the warning which would go to show where or when it was uttered by Lincoln That of course wil make no differ ence to people who swallow that sort of stuff Happily we have authentic infor mation concerning Lincolns views of he precursors of the Guardians In a recently published volume Recol lections ot Abraham Lincoln by Ward Hill Lamon there is an inter esting letter from Lincoln showing what he thought of the AP As of his time Writing in 1855 to Joshua F Speed an old Louisville friend Lincoln said You inquire where I now stand That is a disputed point I think I am a Whig but others say there are no Whigs and that I am an Abolitionist I am not a Know Nothing that is certain How could I be How can anyone who abhors the oppression of negroes be in favor of degrading classes of white people avpearstotion we began by declaring that AU men are created equal We now practically read It AH men are created equal except negroes When the KnowNothings get control it wilt read All men are created equal except negroes land foreigners and Catholics When it comes to this 1 should prefer emigrating to some country where they make no pretense of loving liberty where despotism can be taken pure and without the base alloy of hypocrisy FALLS DOWN STEPS Mrs Mary Chawk mother of Dr John T Chawk the City Veterinary Surgeon was painfully Injured at her home 1043 South Sixth streets Tuesday morning when she made a misstep and tell down the steps lead Ing to the collar She was at once reauovejY to St Mary and Elizabeths Hospital where piss is Teperted re eoverftag from the effects of the fall luI ASQUITH Delivers What Is Called His Greatest Speech On Ulster Hints Outburst of Orangemen in Bel last Excites Opluidu in England Liberals More Full of Fight and the Tories Dls couraged GREAT WEEK FOR HOME RULE RevIewIng situationInParliament Hon TP ihatthisgreat week espe dally for home brutaloutburstfast at Del enandfromwantexciteda as wen asIreland that Orangemen in theHouse of Commons began to perceivethe irreparable causeiFortunately remainsOrangeman thoughtbornonSaturdayrepeated of civil warIn Ulster and Carson spoke evenmore violently and these haranguescoming In the midst of the ferociousoutburst tlxedtheleadersforThe Increased assaulted opinions as well werethatEnglishmenandwork Engadestheir funds depleted by the unrest to keep these situation urtPamanja 1Os osubduedbloodshed acts of the Orange rowdies and even approved Blrrells flooding Belfast with soldiers and police to put down such atrocities by force Thus the otOrangemenriot and the next day approving their bybulletsJust as the debate was closing a placeRedmondanswer for his words the previous enoughtorepeatedhis ofofprovoked the Liberals in return Agqulth who was absent from the House was sent for hurriedly he entered leisurely after Law had spoken for several minutes and then rising delivered an Impromptu speech of such powerful invective that the Liberals and Irish cheered themselves hoarse All the critics described the speech as the greatest In Asquiths life Ramsay McDon ald speaking for the Labor party expressed an equally severe con demnation of the Orange outrages and brought out the facts as to the relief of the expelled Englishmen by tho English trades unions y The universal impression is that this premature outburst of Orange brutality gives a quietus to a long campaign of Orange oratory designed to produce bloodshed in Ulster The Tories announce another campaign for September in Ulster in an at tempt to revive the dying embers of religious bigotry The week wound r up with an all night sitting forced by the Tories to exhaust the Liberals and with an attempt early on Friday morning to get another snap division and defeat the Government Both attempts failed and the week ends with the Liberals more full of fight than for weeks and the Tories more discouraged r RETURNS IN OCTOBER w Rev Father Berresbelm pastor of Holy Trinity church Kentucky and Dupuy streets who has been touring Europe for several months past will not return before October Father Berresholmwlll bring home with him for his people the Papal blessing Thus far ho has enjoyed excellent health and has visited many places that Interest the Catholic tourist MAOKIN COUNCIL Because of the absence of officers and members at the Grand Council there was no business of importance transacted Monday night at the meet Ing of Mackin Council All present a signified their intention of participating in tho parade on August 18 sand It was intimated that a number pt visiting councils would be in line with the Louisville Y M I The meeting Monday night will be irapor= taut and should be largelyattended- Following the business meeting there will be reception and wwlal session in honor of the newly pleat dOwmd off teen I u- J 4- ii rT a 4 T t KgNT OKY XRrSn AMERIOAN KENTUCKYi IRISH flMERIGtW Avete4 to the SocialI and Moral AdvanceraeaeBt ol Irish Americans and CatholicsI Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mans Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRIsH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ge HnUred ttb LvalivlIU PettetHe SecondCI AtUrSi reMallCe maaleiM si to tilt KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3IWI West Otttn St IItL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY AUGUST 10 19121 WELCOME r To the Catholic editors who will be with us next week we extend a hearty ceade mllle fallthe While here what Is ours Is theirs and their is thejr own Our office and every thing in It is at their disposal I this In 1 Again we say welcome and eludes the great Catholic Federation In its entiretyv SHOULD BE GAGGED Just at present an army of mal contents is making the welkin ring with its terrible tale of woe II weII are to believe these fellows this country is in a most deplorable condition People are starving to death by the thousands they can not possibly keep the wolf from the door The Government Is In the hands of the enemy and there will be no hope I for anyone until the alleged down trodden ones rise In their majestic might and sweep from the face of the and allearth present lawmakers their vile schemes But are the people really in such straightened condition as the Social- Istic howlers would have us believe i TQ this the Catholic Union and Times replies that facts do not prove their wild cantentlons Indeed everyoneI appears to have money for about every purpose Look at the picture shows whole families attend them once or twice a week Theaters that are doing business have no reason to complain of the attendance Summer resorts are by no means dull Visit the docks and the railway stations crowds are there Walk along any street there are no poorly dressedl people and all look as if they hadl enough to eat Everyone tal vacation and the world wag spite of the croakings tented crew iJb aw looked over some of his old books the other flay He found that In 1855 butter sold1 at fortyfive cents a pound Unbleached cotton cost elght seven and a half cents a yard while silk that now costs about a dollar sold1 for 3 Calico which can be had today for six cents then sold fo thirtyseven and a half cents The housewife had to pay 250 for e a dozen fruit jars No one will deny that a good many things need right ing We could have better laws no so many of them and more effective administration thereof we could 1 have with more beneficent results more religion and less worldliness more thought of eternity and less of the fleeting present But after all people generally appear to be con tented and are having what they consider a good time Tho croakers should be gagged Premier Asquith in his speech In the louse of Commons last week showed the Liberals and NationalistsI the value of courage In their politics Ho emphatically declared that theI whole United Kingdom must accept the authority of the King the LordsI and the Commons that the citizen must even submit to a law that was distasteful He declared the whole forces of the crown would be arrayed against the Orangemen if they pur sued the present lamentable course The finality of the tone of his speech coupled with obvious logic dampened stSrlously the Unionist tone andI had a great effect both In the House and in the cou trIThe Christian Year will not say that the rank and file of the Socialist supporters arc insincere but rather that they are misled The fact thatII they ton the reading world that it does not understand Socialism is an evidence that they dp not understand It themselves that they havo per mitted themselves to be hoodwinked I arid that if the true meaning of the 1 whole propaganda were unfolded in J allt its force they would be the first to condemn it I The speech of Field Marshal Earl Roberts last week before the Na I tonal Service League has aroused wldeepread comment in England He J declared that Great Britain was as j absolutely unfitted and unprepared forr now as she had been at the the Beer war and that from lofthat eampaTKB eke had gained no ixpgri M whleb had been put into practtoal wee ilk 0 r tntiUv 1e Duo Crag will t JM Prwi Mee- J tlon with Wilson and Marshall TaU j will como second with the erraticJ Teddy almost distanced The other aspirants will not be known In the 1 race t The Bull Moose like the bull InI the china shop has created nothing I havocWoodrow Wilson will be the next President of the United State- sADVANCED J 1 J High Dignity For Rectorof American CollegeIn- R me The sacerdotal jubilee of Bishop Thomas F Kennedy of Philadelphia rector of the American College IIn Rome celebrated last week in the beautiful villa which the collegeI possesses at Castle Gandolfo theI former summer residence of theI Pope was a great and solemn affair Special Importance was given It by the Pope accentuating the occasion by raising the rector to one of the most honorific dignities of the church that of assistant to the Pontifical throne The conferring of such an honor was further empha sized by the Papal brief which accompanied it and which was dlcx tated by Plus X in person In the brief His Holiness recalled the I meritorious work done by Mgr Ken nedy in furthering the interests c the college and enumerated the many successes he had attained Bishop Kennedy received the largest number of presents and testimonials of esteem and affection of which an American prelate has ever been the recipient in the Eternal City lAROUlD THE WORLD The latest book from the press of J Kennedy Sons 44 Barclay Seet New York City Around the is a volume of letters wrltf newspapers by the Rev J T n priest of the Catholic thick tells of his trip from to Great Britain thence I and Italy and thence to na and oJ m Althougl- tt o des II net a lull Catholicity of all those lands 1makes quite Interesting reading tor nonCatholics as wellwhat with its bits of history and its details as io the Far East Father Roche the author is a keen observer and h e 1sets down what he sees In llvelj style A very pjeaslng feature of hi work Is the brave frankness the finer spirit which characterizes his coni elusions The author is a tru American unquestionably It appears throughout his volume that he has at heart his native land supremacy Witness this his closI Ling reflectionThe States flag has been driven from the seas because the other governments of the world are paying subsidies to steamship com panics and in this way encouraging national commerce Who lone has seen the rest of the world and comes back to the United States and hears on all sides that the country is going to the everlast ing bowbows although he sees all abbut him the signs of prosperity and plenty ho can not help having a certain feeling of resentment against the detractors of his own fair and happy land IThis book can be obtained from the publishers or the Rogers Bpokt Company for 1- WH4T A LOSS A Washington correspondent is authority for the startling statement that in 1908 when President Roose volt was bending every effort to have Taft nominated he told some friends his guests at dinner that he would like to be first nominatedl himself in order to decline the nom- Ination In a letter that would go down In history with the farewellI address of Washington The letter will never be written and it is cer tainly a loss a great loss But the Christian Year can not refrain from remarking that it is since his Roman Imbroglio that the star of Roosevelt has been on the wane A simpleI coincidence of course it Is as Is theI fact that the career of Taft has been mostly happy since the day when bjI BO squarely dealt with Rome But It wanted to take note of It OLD DAN NOT FIT Gen Daniel Sickles name appearsI J Ini the list ot members of the Execu tjve Committee of the Guardians of Liberty a new antiCatholic society a sort of successor to the Know Nothing and A IPA organizations The old General Is urged for election as CommanderinChlef of the Grand Army of the Republic If it Is trueIII that he is allied with a society which would have proscribed Sherman Sheridan RoMecrans MeHghef and hundreds of other Catholic Union of j fleers and thousands of Union sol diers ho should not be placed at the held of that great organization I Whoae cardinal principle are fraternity charity aud loyalty St Cloud Dally Tis ee- BI08T LlGftTJlIl cITY The ltyof OalYton Texaa fens to COBM the bent Itak- wtoljMUltj 1 the worl4ce V ott n S0s Tll Miss Mary ODonnell of New Al I bany Is visiting friends In Cincin t nati I Miss Julia Burns of Clifton is en I Joying a vacation at Sweet Sulphur I Mss Anna Cunniff was last week guest ofii Miss Catherine Keating Shelbyvllle I Miss Genevieve Hackett who spent weeks at Dawsdn Springs has returned home Mrs William Higgins left Tuesday for Bardstown where she will remain several weeks Miss Margaret Conroy of Clifton has been enjoying a pleasant vacation at Dawson Springs D W Lawler mid Thomas J Batman were among the visitors In New York City the past week Miss Anna Clary of Marion Ohio has been spending the past week Ming relatives in this city VISII Misses Mary and Lizzie Byrne have gone one a months trip to Put inBay Niagara Falls and Detroit I Miss Elvey Curtin of Crescent 11111 spent the past week in Clncin natl the guest of Mrs Oscar way COlde1I M J Hogan and daughters Misses Theresa and Grace Hogan are in Indianapolis for a ten days visitMisses I Marcella OConnor MaymiI Kelly and Edith McDermott have been spending 2wo weeks at FernI creek Misses Julia Anna and AgnesI Ford are again home In Clifton after a stay of several weeks at FernI Creek II Miss Elizabeth Byrne and 1IIss Mary Byrne left Wednesday for De troit PutinBay and points ii 1 Canada Miss Lenore Bigley has returns home from Chicago where she hast been visiting relatives for the past tIthree weeks Mrs Nicholas Wathen is In Frank fort to visit her mother Mrs Hugh Tobin and attend the TobinDun stall wedding Mrs W G ORourke and daugh ter Miss Helen 110 Sycamore avenue visited friends In Bowling Green last week 4 Mrs W J Barry and son Watts will lleave next week on a visit tto Kansas Ill where they will be th guests of relatives Mrs Edward Otionnor and daugh ter Miss Winifred OConnor an I Miss Sister Steele are fit Dawsoi 1 a wee OBrien and llttl- daugfi e BFSrcas have returned from a visitMrs OBriens mother Mrs D J Martin at Vine Grove Mrs Richard L Condon Masters Richard Wathen Condon Mrs J lB Wathen and Miss Eleanor Wathei are spending this month at New Lone i don Conn Dick Watson the well known L1 sand N clerk and Republican polli ticlan has been attending the Bui Moose convention at Chicago this past week Miss Catherine Coldewey I of Cincinnati is here for a visit to Mr and Mrs A J Schulten and her grandfather Thomas Shelley in the Highlands The Misses Catherine Alice Hat tie and Alberta Mooney are expected to return today from a two weeksI stay at Blue Rock Springs near Pishervllle Misses Katherine Meagher and Anita Cronin have been visiting in Frankfort where a number of social entertainments were arranged in their honorIMiss Mary McGinn 513 Westt Chestnut street left last week to spend her vacation and will visit Atlantic City New York and other Eastern points Mrs Catherine Kelly and daugh ter Miss Mayme of 2505 West Broadway have been enjoying a i pleasant sojourn at Fern Creek the past two weeks forII Hon Charles S Knight and bride who was Miss Fannie Newton Mor Iris have returned from their wed ding trip and for the present are at the Henry Watterson Mrs Joseph D Keller was hostessI att a towel shower given Wednesday evening for three brideselect Misses Edna Buschemeyer Anna Bilger and Millie Nord I Mr and Mrs W G Buschnmeyer announce the engagement of their daughter Edna to Wilton W Preis The wedding will take place Wednesday August 21 Mrs William T Leahy and chil I dren Dorothy and William of Shaw nee Okla are here for a visit to LMrs Leahys father Dr J W Fowler and other relatives Miss Rose Cunningham left 208t Saturdayforanextended Eatsern ltrtp during which she will visit New York Boston Plymouth and other points She expects to be away ja month i V Miss Bessie H Donahue of St euls has been here on avilt this PHt week as the guest of her a n- tInDaniel Tlvnan 1210 Payne traet and there haveJJMH several reeeitiomi hi1 herkonortl AOBCU LotlI rill8woMH Be rarellBC threagk 1IuroH are 3ww f 11 1 c Florence Barrett Mary Brannigan Margaret Flaherty Julia Flynn Maggie Keenan Beezie Hannan and her niece Aleen Hannan Miss p len Gathof Twentyfourth and Broadway has been entertain- Ing Miss Helen Dowd a popular Nashville girl who has made many friends here and been honored at several social receptions and parties a Miss Annabelle Murray Frank Tort avenue returned last Friday from a two weeks visit to ner brother and family at Latonia She was accompanied home by her nieces Misses Lucille and Virgle Murray I This past week wltnesed the ar- rIval of r little baby boy at the homeI of Mr and Mrs Edward White 70 Florence Place and makes a grandpa some more of IJIWalsh the well known contracting IalnterII Mr Arthur Mayer left Saturday night for an extended trip to the larger Northern lake cities They will be gone for three weeks and will visit Chicago Milwaukee Benton Harbor j Detroit and Cleveland IMrs Hugh L Tobinof Frank announced the engagement of her charming and accomplished daughter Miss Isabelle Tobin to ICullck Dunstall private secretary to Dr C F Crecelius Secretary of tateThe wedding will be one of the Capital Citys big society events A party of popular young ladles of the East End who were chap eroned by Mrs J J Barrett are I home from an outing to Evansville and a river trip on the steamer Tell City Stops were made at the principal points along the route and the party was extensively entertained at both Owensboro and Evansvllle Those who made the trip were Misses Olivia Bosse Mamie and Minnie Schaefer Clara Schuemann Mar garet Purcell Lorena Korb Eliza beth Keating and Mrs J J Barrett0 CLIFF HAVEN Catholic Summer Schoo I Has Over Thousand I ISoJournersI I The Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven has almost reached Us zenith more than 1000 at present I sojourning there Amusement features of the week were the bazar golf tournaments musl ales and family gatherings The It tures of the past week were by MIss Rose F Egan of Columbia Universityl and George I Krlehm of Prln eton University whose talks were Iflilstrated by artis tically illuminated stereopticon slides The morns g lecturer during 3the ensuing week fis to be the Rev Dr John A RyanJot St Paul Sem inary the noted economist who j comes to speak onlThe Industrial Evolution and theJtlse of the Mod ernWageEar g GlasS This t h lllrj h JLii1ea- gei interest For the evening coUrse the speaker will be the Rev James J Pox S T D of the Cath olic University Washington who will have as the subject of his seriesI Some Typical Social Reformers of I tho Nineteenth Century I ILADY MARY Abandons Gay Life to Become 1 Sister of Charity There are precedents in Englandl for noble ladies becoming nuns but it fa exceptional for one in the post Lion of Lady Mary Asllburnham the only child of an Earl and the great I prospective heiress to retire fromti t the world Two sisters of the DukeI of Norfolk are nuns Lady Minna Howard who Is a Carmelite and Lady Ethelreda Howard who is a i Sister of Charity The latter is the I I Little Ethel for whom Father Faber author of many popular I hymns and First Superior of the Brompton Oratory wrote his Tales I of the Angels The large white bonnets of the Sisters of Charity I have become familiar in the streets of London You may find a Dukes sister under one of them YOUNG LUTE ENDED The funeral of Miss Anna Louise Flnegan who died early Wednesday morning took place from Bt Louis Bertrands church yesterday morning with a requiem mass at 830 oclock The deceased was In her twentyfifth year and was the daughter of the late Michael and Bridget FInegan pioneer settlers of the Dominican I parish Miss Flnegan was possessed of a sweet and lovable character and her humble arid rbtlring disposition won her friends by the score She was nn Indefatigable worker in deeds j ofr charity and always a prompt and willing aid in affairs of St Louis Bertram parish to which the clergy willtgI I sisters Mrs Peter Jennings MrsI Harry Fisher and Misses Mary and Nellie and one brother Thomas Flnegan She is also a niece of Patrick and John Finegan ICATUOLIO CHARITIES The prdgramme for the National Conference of Catholic Charities at Washington next month has teen completed Besidesv those already announced the following have beentt added to the list of speakers Rev James Donahoe ot St Paul J J McLdughlln Now Orleans Mrs T 1II Meder Chicago Robert M Merrick D D Boston Mrs M J McFaddtin St Paul Dr Helen M Nolen Toledo Mini Margaret C Gum I mlngs New York City Sister Cyril I of the Institute of Mission Helpers at I Baltimore will liVve for her subject The Parlih Nurie Thrt Federal Children g Bureau will be taken up a ttta Mrtibn on dMMBdeat children of which Myi Thoijaf Hiifhee Kelly it New York IB p bean c n rJ c THE BIO PA- RKRIVERVIEW The Show Place of the South Open Day and Evening- With I a variety of amusement affording huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily concerts by Don Phllipplnl and his band of thirtyfive FONTAINE FERR Y IiIII XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE I Daily Matinees including Sun all seats lOc Night lOc and 20c free Concerts By Natletlos Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS CB THOMPSON FLORISTIONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 10SO All orders receive prompt attention andsatisfactlon guaranteed KNIGffi OP COLlimI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A pleasant feature of the national convention was the automobile trip- and visit to the Union Printers Hume at Colorado Springs There was a big first degree in itiation at Albany Ore last Sunday Portland Knights chartered a special train and attended in large numbers Denver Council had a special reception and automobile ride through the city yesterday for delegates and visitors returning from the Colorado Springs convention Rev William Si Dwyer Chaplain of Syracuse Council for a number ot years has with the consent ot appointment York Neil OBrien the noted minsfrel who is a member of the order and a favorite with the Knights every where will this season head OBriens American Minstrels one of the biggest companies over on the roadThomas McCaffrey who was Chairman of Headquarters Commit tee at the Supreme Council is roe dent Trustee of the Printers Home Il wM 1falts acttft yrir i itttrt tftx held in Louisville many years ago Tom has much the appearance of a priest and was taken for one who he arrived here The ball room is in Moorish effect adapted from the Alhambra with the twelve panels between the windows embellished with emblems ot the order The music shell presentJ an autumn landscape The women J retiring room is in green Tiffany lleather effect and the mens smok- Ing room is also after the same pat tern done in green and tan Such iisI tho description of the club house at Olean N Y lRECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Bridget Harts gan widow of Patrick Hartlgan took place Monday morning from St Cecilias church Mrs Hartigan 1is- i survived by a daughter Mrs Annie Wolpert 2810 Cleveland avenue with whom she had been making her home IJohn Cleaver for many yearsII resident of the West End and wen known in Catholic society circles died Monday evening at his home on West Market street leaving a widow and several children His funeral was held Thursday morning from St Anthony church and was attended by the nKights of St John of which the deceased was a member George W Ridge who had been engaged In the grocery business and was well known in the East End died Monday morning at his home Story avenue and Adams street He was thirtythree years old and leaves 11 wife who before marriage was Miss Gertrude Moore two children his mother a brother and two sisters The funeral took place Wednesday morning and was held from St Josephs church GLAD HE IS BACK Everybody employed on the Penn sylvania lines in this section was rejoiced this week when Capt John B Murphy their popular general yardmaster resumed his duties after an illness that it was feared would prove fatal Capt Murphy who is Police Commissioner In Jefferson vllle was taken sick while attending the national convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America two months ago since which time he has been confined to his home In Jeffersonville HELPING ST MICHAELS i Rev Father Martin OConnor and the congregation of St Michaels c arch Brook street near Jefferson announce an all day outing and picnic at Sprlngbank Park on August 27 Besides music Illuminations and efreehments and a bounteous dinner and supper there will be other inter sting attraqtlons Euchre and lotto games will be played both afternoon Ind evening and a large assortment f handsome awards will be offered Tie proceeds will be for ibo benefit otthe church and all who attend rill enjoy a good time and help a vorthy eatJBa e rJ rt 1 1- ii o w LAST CUTROUND UP SALE CHOICE OF OUR FINEST SUITS 1650VALUES 3500 3000 2800 ROUND UP SALE ALL OVER THE HOUSE E25 2250 and 20 SUITS 1250GREAT VALUES IN FINE TROUSERS CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON For Your Furniturei Wantsli I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEi I III LORETTO ACADEMY FOUNDED IN 18J2 LORETTO MARION CO KENTUCKY I Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross Charming location healthful environment A high standard maintained for one hundred years in culture education and discipline Special attention to music art languages and to the details of a refined education for girls Address DIRECTRESS OF ACADEMY Nerinx PO Ky ST BENEDICTS COLLEGE ATOHISON KANSAS The Leading Catholic Educational InstitutionS- elect Boarding School for Boys and Young Men Conducted by the Benedictine Fathers CoursesPreparatoryAcademic Collegiate and Business Buildings fireproof and modern campus extensive Location unsurpassed in point of health Students limited Terms 240 per year Write for catalog REV D LAVERY PSB Director iet1emy I fl11e S cfdlttt 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 about one and onehalf miles The Curriculum hahdled by a competent faculty is thorough and comprehensive The Academic Course includes besides the usual studies in science special advantages in French German Latin and Elocu tlon The Commercial Course is taught extra The Conservatory of Music conducted on the plan of the European Classical Conservatories has won the highest praise from leading musicians In the Art School every opportunity is afforded The classes pursue a thorough course In painting MOTHER DIRECTRESS PO St Matthews Ky Sacred Heart Academy 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 jeer to the action of the Democratic party in Jefferson county and the cityof Louisville JAMES PIRTLE It H It Co 6FIXE WIVES b AL 34G345 West Green UQUOM 1110ABIIIII SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 1150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501i On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of CincinnatiO- ne of the abovesteamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes 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Made Old Fats Like New National Hat GleaningWorks CON J HOLD Prop PANAMA AND STRAWS CLEANED aad BLEACHED Home Phone 5161 533 West Market Street aive your boys an eflneation that will I prepare therfor life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Sonlavllle Ey Conducted by the XayerJan Brothers Classical Scientific and Buslne I Courses Preparatory Department Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro Jamee Dlr e HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS o PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dktllters and Wholesale Deall ers in Finect Brands of Ken tacky Wbielcfoc especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED W BOI0 liiiifciii iP4h 214 MXTN lIMIT r J w u THOMAS KEENAN f j Fimira Dlriotor and Ehlllirii eeTELEPHONE 368 All Mil+ promptly attended to day or Bight+ CatrUgtt nraUhed for all ocea oni 1225 W MARKET ST j H BOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers CS1Q FJUXAvJtNUS Teaa11l2 t tt n POSSIBILITIES For Railroad Prom Tanda Karce to London derry A mining engineer and geological surveyor have both been busy lately In the neighborhood of Tandaragee Castlethe North ot Ireland homo of Eugene Zimmerman of Cincin nati when he visits Ireland The presumption Is that coal in abundant quantities is to be found in these regions and that the farseeing mill ionaire desires to know something of the approximate value before he decides to part with his interests either In the castle Itself or in the lands adjoining It is significant that the Duchess of Manchester Who is his daughter has lately been Interesting herself in proposals for the construc tion of a railway that would connectt Tandaragee with the port of Lon donderry the estimated cost of which la 1500000 She has offeredl to find the bulk of the money which means that she and her father have views about the commercial soundness of such a scheme This new railway has Immense possibilities It will open up fl district that has hitherto been handicapped for want of railroad communication and willl give the Irish farmer no further excuse for the oftrepeated story that Irish produce can find no market outside the plot in which It i grown MISSION Wants a Church In Every Negro Section of the Country The Catholic Board for Missio- Work Among the Colored People of which Rev John E Burke iIs Director General and Rev D J Bustin the Assistant Director has been Incorporated that the needs o the colored work may be brough- more fully and more earnestly to th notice of Catholic people and tha means maY bo procured for the es tablishment of schools and churches particularly In the Southern States Father Burke whose whole life has been spent working for the spiritual welfare of the American negroes has his office on the tenth floor of the Metropolitan Tower New York City where he Is always waiting a friendly call from his Catholic friends He Is trying to put a Cath olic priest and a Catholic church every negro section of the country He believes with the church that Christ died for the colored man a well as for the white Father Burke maintains that it 100000 Catholics would contribute one dollar each yearly the negro problem will be on the way to be settled Throughout the entire South the Mission Board has done much for the colored race SIXTYFIVE tle glft C 1t ltis3tediclmemo bers of that parish has been corn I pleted and will be solemnly blessed by one of the Franciscan fathers Father Martin OConnor has made numerous Improvements to St Michaels and this latest addition will add greatly to the beauty of Its Interior VISITING FIVE FIGHTERS Assistant Fire Chief Patrick Car roll has been making good use of hjs vacation inspecting the workings of the Baltimore and Philadelphia fire departments Tom Callahan has been spending his vacation with his sister in Nashville and David Hines and Engineer McAvoy are back from a trip up the Kentucky river Ed Larkln took his family for a ton days outing in Shelby county while Will Desse sought rest and recrea tion visiting friends in Shelbyvllle POLICEMEN ON VACATION Fortysix members of the Police Department will enjoy their ten days vacation this month Next Monday Lieut Edward McElllott Corporal Charles McGlynn Michael OHare N F Warren P J Maloney M 3 Scanlon and Pat Connors will return to their posts Among the others granted leaves are John Enright William Silk Tim J Stone John Pendergast Lieut Edward Callahan Maurice Dooling Steve Condley Sergeant Jerry Quill Lieut Jesse Rees Capt Maurice Ahern Sergt Mike Cross Nick Carey Capt M J Hogan and Sergeant Wickham INTO NEW HOME C Schlldt Sons the widely known funeral directors for many I years located on East Market street are now occupying their new build= i ng at Clay and Broadway Their funeral parlors were openedII Wednesday for public the hundreds who visited them declare they are unsurpassed by any In the entire South or West BRUISES WERE PAINFUL While passing East Seventh and Spring streets Miss Elizabeth Kelly a well known New Albany girl was run Into and knocked down bya speeding motorcyclist sustaining painful bruises She was at opec iI I removed to her home 245 West Spring street where she is resting easy Miss Kelly was fortunate in I that no bones were broken ST ANNS LAWN PETE A lawn fete for the benefit of St Anns church will be given on the Church grounds Seventh and Davies and Wednesdayavenue Tuesday afternoons And evenings August 271I and 28 and the ladles of the pariah will nerve an elegant supper Five dollars Jn gold will be awarded to the person wiling the number of tickets M ARTHUR AN IRISHMAN Id4rtharthe fenth Africaarp r Mntatlv who wORth Olympic n HUM Phone 5687 Cumb Mien 67 HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFP1CE- Greenhoises Charles and Texas Street JOHN B STRUBEL 1EWELER01 Watches Diamonds 346 L Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED C THOMPSON FLORIST STOREeSpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH VENUE Both Telephones 1080- AH orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed I ANDnHANti ISFOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FOR 350 STOREt StstCumb S 2692A Nome 6226 HENRY MOLD DHAIKR IN Staple and Fancy Groceriesg nA FIRSTCLASS SIMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION SpecialtysHome Phone 4330 524 W WALNUT I HOME PHONE 392i Freil T flBffernan Grocer 7 Pfaeid eoi lrcJT1rlrC1In Comtek building Chicagonl Marathon contest at Stockholm turnsI out like his predecessor in the title Johnny Hayesto be an Irish man He Is a member of the Transvaal police force stationed at Potchefstroom and is now in hisI thirtieth year NEARING FINISH I After the fourgame series with St Paul which begins tomorrow theI Louisville baseball club leaves for Another long road trip not returning home until Sunday September 7 with only eleven more games to be played at home until the end of thoI season September 23 The only other trip away from home will be- n I fourgame series at Columbus be- gInning September 15 In the past week there have been two bright spots In the playing of the local team which have been a treat to the fans and that is the all around playing of Rudy Hulswltt and the pitching of Toney The latters efforts with a fair hitting team behind him would always be productive of victory Hulswitt has certainly won the respect of the fans by his earnest and sincere work which Is appreciated by the patrons who like to see a player always trying regardless of the handicap With the incompetent umpiring seen hero the last several weeks the fans are wondering at the neglect of President Chlvington in not signing Steve Kane the local umpire who would certainly be an Improvement over some of the pres ent staff i INJURED FIREMEN II Assistant Chief Gregory Sheehan injured at the 3rafWebb fire last week Is doing nicely though his homeIschu who has been on crutches for the past three weeks hopes to b able to discard them and soon re turn to duty Con Savage is reported as recovering from an illness that confined him to his home last week HAND BADLY HURT I Frank Walsh the elghteonyear Old son of Andrew Walsh 312 North Twentyfirst street narrowly escaped the loss of his hand Monday after noon While operating a sandpaper machine at the Paltner Hardin fur niture works his hand coma in contact with the revolving fly whepl and he suffered a number of painful cuts MEDALS FOR HEROES I Out of thirtyfour Chicago firemen n who recently were awarded medal- for heroism in the fire departmen- twentysix L i were IrishAmericans I MEAT STEW I When making a vegetable and mea stew be sure to put a layer of vegetables below them t M well- iboye asI it Thte prafBftB tAus visa- from bei1laEbard fclt gives ItI much better flwrorf ra t I IRISH POETRY I Perpetuated and Intensi fled Pervorof National reeling The Now York Herald conducting a poetry contest thus refers to the Irish poetry of bygone days Great were the days In Ireland of old when Uio poets were judges as well as versemakers and levied upon royalty and nobility of the land for their support Second only to the kings and chiefs were the bards who I sang the heroic deeds of warriors whom they Incited to battle assur ing them of Immortality when they fell To the bards is due the credit of perpetuating the poetic Instincts of the Irish nation and Intensifying the fervor of national feeling The plaintive quality of the Irish poetry comes out strongly in one of the later poets Thomas Moore whose lament for the departure of the muse from Tara once the abode of poets as well as of kings and the seat of ono of the bardic schools iIs one of the most familiar poems fin the English language The harp that once through Taras halls The soul of music shed Now hangs ai mute on Taras wallsr As it that soul were fled So sleeps the pride of former days So glorys thrill Is oer And hearts that once beat high for praise Now feel that pulse no more No more to chiefs and ladies bright The harp of Tara swells The chord above that breaks a night Its tale of ruin tells Thus Freedom now so seldom wakes The only throb she gives fs when some heart indignant breaks To show that still she lives Another gifted Irishman gave u one of the most delicate love poems that can Inspire a poet of today Had I the heart for falsehood framed- I neer could Injure you For though your tongue no promise claimed Your charms would make me true To you no soul shall bear deceit No stranger offer wrong But friends In all the aged you meet And lovers In the young havegAnother with your heart Theyll bid aspiring passion rest And act a brothers part Then lady dread not hero deceit Nor fear to suffer wrong For friends in all the aged youll meet And brothers in the young The recent revival of interest in Celtic literature has served to call attention to the buried stores of old Irish poetry and to stir the Celt of today to take advantage of his goodly heritage and again give to the world poetry such as his fore t t rl w2 eveningAbe served by the ladies twentyfive cents to adults and fifteen cents to children under twelve years of age Many handsome prizes have been se cured for the euchre and lotto and the fortunate winners will be highly repaid VICTIMS OF TYPHOID Joseph W Torpey L and N yardmaster who Is at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital suffering from typhoid fever is reported to be much improved and now out of danger The dread disease first made Its appearance in the family about a month ago when Miss Florence Tor opey aged sixteen was stricken and two weeks later John Torpey aged fourteen was taken sick Though their condition was rather critical they are now recovering to the great relief of relatives and friends FIRST BAZAR The first bazar of the season which opened Wednesday on the grounds of the Church of St Francis of Assist on the Bardstown road and Is for the benefit of that church will close Tuesday with a grand series of lotto and euchre games td be called at 3 and 8 oclock The happy spinners country store apron doll flower and candy booths and fishpond are proving popular attractions The splendid supper served at 5 oclock each day has been enjoyed by great numbers K OF 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and Roadways J 61MiS11 W1tf JeffttStISlrttl TtLIEPHOHIE n rJ lJ- i 4 I J u werksMlpeNaANlaLfhllllOlk rTELEPHONR W 3 I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln l the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladles Auxiliary of St Pau has organized a choral club The salary of the National President i of tho Ladles Auxiliary Is 501 per year A report of tho general meeting held last night will appear In next weeks issue In Will McDonogh the County Board has found an earnest and ex perlenced worker x National Secretary IPhlllp Sulllvai1 Is serving his third term as Connecti cuts State President All sections of the country are represented on the National Board of the Ladies Auxiliary The Ancient Order rightfully places Itself on record as opposing Socialism in all its forms Every Hibernian in Louisvilleo should arrange so that ho will appear in the Federation parade Division 3 meets Monday night Members should attend as they will hear much that is of interest Thomas Langan will have no trouble with his mount in the parade Tom is an experienced rider The gift of 40000 to tho Catholic Church Extension Society exhibits the spirit of tho order and auxiliary That was a rousing meeting at Bertrand Hall last week Upon asides l1 the true Hibernian spirit was exhibitedNational President Regan will be a guest of honor at the annual pic nic of the Milwaukee Hibernians next week Miss Anna Malta was rightfully honored with the newly created of flee and title ot Past President o tho Ladles Auxiliary The National convention congrat ulated the people of Ireland on th progress made toward homo rule and Indorsed the home rule bill While little publicity has been given the Ladles Auxiliary they will make a display In the Federation parade that will be hard to surpass The moonlight ride of Division 3 was a decided success in every way The company was select and enjoyed the good time predicted In this paperSergeant John Maloney would have been the Hibernian Marshal but for the fact that he will lead the mounted police at the head of the paradeThe division and auxiliary at Norwich N Y had a union field day last Saturday The sports were varied and many prizes were awardedCounty President Dolan will see that the New Albany and Jefferson ville divisions are placed in the parade with their Louisville brethrenDivision 2 will meet Wednesday night when parade and other ques tolns will be decided President Ford requests all who possibly can tho Federation week Division 1 of New Albany the Louisville and Jeffersonville Hibernians to its annual reunion r which will be held next Wednesday at Glenwood Park A good time i S- In store for all who attend Members of the Ancient Order iin the Falls Cities will be pleased to learn that Police Commlstoncr John Murphy of Jeffersonville and a loyalI member of Division 1 has recovered from his recent very severe illness The forty lghth biennial Now York State convention opened Tues day at Watertown with a Pontifical high mass at which the Right Rev Bishop Conroy was the celebrant Three days were given to the work of the convention CATHOLIC BASEBALL LEAGUE The defeat of St William by the St Anthony team in the Catholic Baseball League gave the St Charles boys an Increased hold on first place The rest of the race i getting very Interesting only two an- a half games between secoud andL sixth place The schedule for to morrow is as follows St Anthony vs St Martin SL Charles vs St Louis Bertrandnat Shawnee Park St Wllllajn vs St Brigld at Spring Bank Park and Holy Cross vs Holy Trinity at New Albany The standing to date Clubs W L Pet St Charles12 2 867 Si William 10 5 667 Holy Cross 8 7 633 St Louis Bertrand 8 7 533 St Anthony 7 7 6tfO Holy Trinity 7 7 600 St Brigld 5 9 357 St Martin 1 14 067 MAMMOTH GAVE EXCURSION Trinity Council Y M I held a well attended meeting Monday even Ing with President P tf Sandmann In the chair and a message of good will was sent to the Grand Council then in session at Owensboro 1he Joint Federation Committee reported that the Y M I float for the parade was nearly completed and the order would be well represented in the parade Harry J Hennessy made a short talk tilling of the excursion to Owensboro last Sunday Ben J Sandmann Chairman of this Mam moth Cave excursion under the aus pices of Trinity Council reported that Sunday September 1 had been selected as the date and the round trip fare would be 550 which Includes railroad fare dinner and cave fee Tho train will leave Louisville at 9 a m and returning will roach here at 1015 pm FONTAINE FERRY ATTRACTIONS The excellence of Manager Bilgeral1 vaudeville shows at Fontaine Parry Park this summer still contlnuee a J matter 6f comment Next weeks bill appears to be an unusually good one and will present special features fenfl the best in vaudeville ever seen at medium admission price Sig Nattello andhte band 71111 finish the A season here and he may be prortdet I r the work of his musicians ad the popular aSprpval JredTkt BMW p u p t CUSCADE GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE- CREAMI 1PHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street o FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER I 419 W MARKET ST B I I MONUMENTS Having purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the lat Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co SOCIETY DIRECTORY A HorDIVISION 1 Meets at Fails City Hall n First and Third Tuesday P 1 Martin JCuulck- Lt Charles J Finned SUCIfffflJlltECiORYA I DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall H Fin and Third Tuesday PresidentMartin J Cflslck VIce President Charles J Finn ganRecording SecretaryAnthony J Tompkins Financial SecretaryJoseph Farrell Financial Secretary Jos E Far roll 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P lawler- SergeantatArms Louis Roller lHenry fifcDorraott DIVISION tfeata first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut 1 Itreeta- PresldentCon J Ford SullivandRecording Secretary Daniel J OKeefe Financial Secretary John J Keaney 1607 Dumeenll SergeantatArenaJ Charles ObstSentInelEdward Breanan Division B Meets First and Third Mondays Iloatoealh and Portland President Hugh Hourlgan Vice President J Id Maloney Recording SecretaryThos Ster ensFinancial SecretaryJohn G HesslOB 1710 Baird DoughertySergeantatArms a SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Rertr1IdHll Sixth Street President John H Henneeey Vloe PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar ry Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan 807 West Oak- TreasurerThomas Downey SergeantatArms John Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y lI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 NorthTweatyslxth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link Second Vice President William RIb Financial Secretary IWm Link Recording Secretary Robert Osborne Corresponding Secretary George Lttttz Treasurer Robert T Burke Marshal Wred Sohuler Inside 8 tlaelPeterAndriotO- utIdG UalJoseph Higgins mtuemeats at Fontaine Perry offer diversity not etitrtutwedaeywhre iqd thaw Vlil mal tlaitHilarity I v cu IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From exchange IDr D OSulllvan Dingle has been elected medical officer for the Dingle Union CarrlcicbyrnohasNow Ross Guardians and It Was been accepted by the Board John Brennnn SHeverue has been coopted a member of the Watorforc ofJamesThe Chief Justice was presented with white gloves at Wlcklow Assizes upontheHarbor oftheCountyCommitteoDr ODonnell was reelected Chair VIceObalrman I theLeitrimnon saId there woro four bills for in vestigation and that the county was In a peaceable state Tho citizens of Cashel have pre sented John McGrath merohant with a suite of furniture and a gold medal presentedtoThe Rev M Kirwan who was re appointedDeanCollege Waterford Father Kirwan Is a son ot M l1 wan T C Mayor of Waterford Much regret Is felt at the death of ODonnellan Blake Forster of Kilfe nora a descendant at one of the old est families of Clare and Galway He was for some time Chairman of the Ennlstymon Guardians The Venerable Archdeacon Kilken ny Claremorrls has been reelected Chairman of the Mayo County Come mittee of Agriculture arid the Most Rev Dr Naughton Bishop of Klllala Chairman of the Joint Technical Com mitteeConsequent on tho recent Govern ment proclamation declaring the County Longford to be now in a peaceable state the remaining members of tho extra police forco still in the county are under orders for de partureJ Kehoe the former Chairman of the Carlow Guardians has been again elected to that position M Governey having been obliged to ro Inquish the chair owing to the pressure ot other public as well as private business affairs = The death has occurred at New Rosa of tho Very Rev James deary He was for years parish priest at life Angeles Cal and a few years ago came to Ireland in bad health He was a member of a very old and respectable County Wexford family Complete mystery surrounds the tragic death of Maurice Mannlx M trhAItown whose body was found 1jby the report that Klchara But ler aged about seventy a servant and rent warner on Lord Barry mores estate had hanged himself from a beam In a cow shed It is al leged he had been depressed for some weeks atMiss C OFlynn a daughter of James OFlynn Sixmllebrldge has become qualified as a doctor at the recent medical examinations of Edin burgh University taking first place in her class ja medicine and a high place in surgery She took out her degree in the shortest possible time five years The death occurred recently of Father John Moran at Ballydufr County Waterford In his sixtyfifth year He was a native of Bally brophy County Tipperary and was ordained forty years ago He was pastor of Ballyduff prior to which he labored as curate In the parishes of Knockanore Portlaw Cahlr and Carrlckbeg OFFICERS ELATED President Gaudin and the Supreme j officers of the Catholic Knights of America are elated over the growth pf that great order During the first halt of the present year 984 new members were initiated It is ex pected to do equally well during the latter half Missouri still leads with a membership of over 4000 FOLEY IN CHARGE On account of his ever increasing veterinary business Dr John T = Chawk has disposed of his horse shoeing establishment to Tim J Foley who had charge of that department for Dr Chawk for the past several years Mr Foley is a veteran in the blacksmith and horseshoeing line and his friends predict a successful continuation of the business under his direction Ho will con tinue in the present location 713716 South Seventh street RIVERVIEW There Is a wealth of amusement for patrons of Rlverview Park these days The superb restaurant on the boardwalk with Its new and spotless kitchen has become the proper place for evening dinner and supper parties With the Phlllpplnl free band concerts the big swimming pool and its delightful seashore advantages the dancing pavilion and Miss Susanna Lehmann as concert soloist the attendance this month shouldbe the biggest of the season OLDFASHIONED iC- An oldfashioned picnl6 for the benefit of St Aloysius church of Pewee Valley will take place Tuesi day August 20 at Scullys hove Pewee Valley arid all kinds ot amusements will be on hand for the entertainment of those attending in addition to a splendid meal to be served by the parish ladle The congregation is itruBgling one and those desirous of aiding a worthy charity and Rev other BOMI thee paetor could find us utter opportunity or a abbler MUM + i l liD n Q 55 j DECORATE FOR THE Catholic Federation Convention RED WHITE AND BLUE BUNTINGI ALSO THE PAPAL COLORS Yellow and White and Purple NEEDWHILE HERMAN FOURTH Avenue STRAUS SONS G 4 4 4 w FREEFOR 50 RED AND WHITE LABELS OFF ROSA BREADUNION MADE You can get a Silver Tea SpoonRodgers Bros Make BAKED IN A NEW AND SANITARY BAKERY BY UNION 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