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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ji t1f n r N I I j W KENTUCKY IRISH J AMERIcAN IVqUJME XXIXNO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTSI V K Ecker Hotel Committee Col John H Whallen Parade Committee Eugene J Cooney Chairman Convention Committee jB J CampbeUFloat Committee Vincent B Smith Press Committee r3 = 7 j 1jatfiolici Federation Convention Programme Louisville and Kentucky stands ready and welcomes the American E Federation of Catholic Societies which will bring here one of theII moat Interesting and important assemblages E ever held in this section of the country For nearly a year the Louisville Federation and the Catholic societies of the city have I been at work preparing for this great event which will mark an era In the Catholic history of the Blue grass State President Peter Ganz Chairman Eugene Cooney Treasurer Jacob Hubbuch and Secretary James B Kelly have labored continuously e and It Is only proper to state thatI the success that will crown their efforts Is largely due to the gener osity and assistance of Col John H Whallen who has been the movII ing spirit In all that has been doneI since the first of tho year and alone Is responsible for the great parade that will pass over our streets tomorrow The Federation will bring toI Louisville distinguished members of the Catholic hierarchy Including Apostolic Delegate John Bonzano Archbishop Messmer Archbishop Blenk Bishop McFaul Bishop Char trand Bishop Alerdlng Bishop Tlhen Bishop Dunne Bishop LUllsI Bishop Gunn Bishop Canevln Bishop Hartley Monsignor Lavelle Father Wnne S J Father John Talbot Smith Monsignor Supple Monsignor Keeling and many other priests Also there will bo the Cath olic editors of the country and the officers of our great Catholic socie ties representing the Catholic Knights of America Ancient Order of Hlbefnlans Knights of St John Catholic Knights and Ladles Youn Mens Institute and the hundreds of other orders who have been support ers of the Federation since Iits was founded Frpm all sectons of th country will come delegates and visitors who will depart when the convention adjourns saying Louis rUle made good In the way of ex tending genuine Kentucky hos pitality Only a glance Is needed to show how well every detail has been ar ranged Tomorrow morning the delegates will asemble at the Gait House and then i proceed to the Cathedral of the Assumption whereI solemn Pontifical high mass will be celebrated by the Most Rev Johnl Bonzano Papal Delegate The Right Rev Bishop McFaul of Trenton will preach the sermon and a special musical programme will be ren dered during the mass At 130 oclock tho parade greater than any the present genera Lion has ever witnessed will begin Its march making a display that willI never be forgotten At the meeting Tuesday night Col Whallen announced the appoint itment of Grand Knight Klaphake an chief marshal and the followingtt division marsh ale 8t Augustine Alfred Brown i Ancient Order of Hibernians H- IKutdoor t IJ it Ud Waechter St Andrews Society I St Anthonys Peter Hauser ofII E Aloysius William Cushion St Bonli face John Tobe St Anns Patrick III8tIII I Charles Borromeo J L Hackett I Catholic Knights of America t I Charles Hill Columba Athletic t Club William Larkin St Elizabeth I Henry Baynes St Frances of Rome I Phllmore Sherman St Francis Assist I Joseph Diecher Catholic Order of Foresters V Wellington St c George Matt Cassln Holy Cross I P M OReilly Holy Trinity Joseph I Hodes Holy Trinity St Matthews Lawrence Stitch St Johns E3 L Moll St James F Bauer St Jo J sephs Mike Martin Knights of Columbus J William Klapheke Knights of St John H A Vonder bite St Louis Bertrand William J Mackln St Michaels Charles Cherry St Mary Magdalene Paul J Coleman St Martins Joseph Goes st Pauls Henry Schlaeffer St Peter Claver Father Constantine St Joseph Orphanage George Springman St Patrick M J Lovett St Peters F Leonard St Phillip Non L Llchllter St Vin cent de Paul Henry Bottmeyer V M I William Link The members of the Committee of Arrangements are greatly indebted to William A Watts Secretary Treasurer of the Chess Wymond Company for the generous donation of seventyfive barrels to be used for Ice water for the marchers Mr Watts and his enterprising firm can rest assured that their contribution will be generously appreciated by afterg noon St Louis Bertrands can probably boast of the oldest man In the line of leeJoseph Cole eightyone years of age Mr Cole is still hale and hearty and states that he will keep pac with any of the younger ones from the start to the finish An interesting feature of the parade will bo the many artistic an beautiful floats notably those of th Knights of Columbus Catholic Knights of America St Louis Ber frauds St Patricks St Michaels St Charles and Holy Cross parishes tho Y M I Columbia AthleticI Club Ancient Order of Hibernians Presentation Academy Sacred Heart Academy In the line there will be at least fifty others The float of tho Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary will be historic andt artistic On this will appear the eighteen ladles of the degree team nnd1It sent the pagan era In Ireland andL those In green the Christian eras Queen Erin will treat both green sad gold and white to signify both periods united by the jaaatlj of Christian charity Columbia Z and I Erin will be seated side by side ex pressing the loyalty of the was arid r I L 4 daughters of Erin to the Stars and Stripes and the liberty Columbia extends them in return With the harp will be the exiled Daughter of Erin thinking of home and loved ones The front of the float will bear a Celtic cross at the foot of which will be St Brlgid patroness of the Ladles Auxiliary and three Daugh ters of Erin portraying the women that St Brigld led to devote theirI lives to the church Also seated beside tho harp will be a lady attired In red with chieftains star on crown representing Owen Roe ONeil and the bravery of the Irish soldiers Amid the flowers will be two jardlniers of growing sham rocks These and the ribbon on the harp have Just arrived from Ireland Tomorrow evening at 8 oclock there will be a mass meeting at the Armory when Right Rev Denis Oltonaghue Bishop of Louisville Gov McCreary and Mayor Head will welcome the convention the re sponse being by National President Edward Feeney of Brooklyn Two other addresses will be delivered by Most Rev John Bonzano Papal Delegate and Archbishop Messmer Beginning Monday two business sessions will be held dailY at 9 and 2 oclock In the evening there will bcl a grand reception and musicale I at the Armory the musical pro arrangebyd professor Is a graduate of tho Cin cinnati Conservatory of Music and for the past nine years has been director of St Bonifaces choir H- Is 0 also director of the Musical Union and the Liederkranz Society and conducted the last May Music Festi val given In Louisville His In this line has been marked an l with the past as a criterion the com ing concert will be assured triumph The chorus will number BOO voices Tuesday morning the convention will attend solemn requiem mass for Bonifacet church At 8 oclock at the Armory the closing mass meeting will beheld when addresses will be maC Mcdcole ored priest and Hon John S Leahy At this meeting tho greeting from the Catholic Indians by Chief Hbrnbear will be Interpreted by the Rev H I Wistropp Final sessions and election o officers will be held Wednesday and the whole will conclude with the grand banquet that evening at the Galt House Eugene Cooney wit officiate as toastmaster and re spouses will be made by Bishop ODonaghue Hon John P Chew Judge M O Doherty and others The convention headquarters have been moved to the Galt House where Chairman Cooney and Treasurer Jacob Hubbuch ard In charge and It is here all returns should be made and Information procured Cb John H Whallen Chairman lot the Parade Committee on Monday completed Ute formation for the I Continued in fifth column ROUTE OF PARADE The official line of march of the Catholic Federation parade tomorrow will 1J9as follows Beginning at Underbill and Broadway it will jmovo west on Broadway to Fourth north on Fourth to Walnut west on Wal nut to Fifth north on Fifth Kj Jefferson west pfa Jefferson to Sixth north on Styth to Market east on Market Second north on Second to Main east on Main to Brook south on Brook to Market east on Market to lien cock south on Hancock to Green west on Green to fackson north on Jackson to Jefferson west on Jeffcrsou to Thirtl south on Third to Brbadwa where par ado will countermarch and dis band JUBIIJEE i father Bach ann Cele brates His riftieth Anniversary iJ J Rev Father Engelbert M Bach mann the venerable chapjaln of St Josephs Orphan Asylum and one of the most beloved prJeats in this dio cese celebrated his golden jubilee Tuesday Fifty years ago Father Bachmann was ordained a priest and in celebration lot his golden Jubilee Right Rev Bishop ODonag hue and many of th clergy attended a banquet and concert in his honor at St Josephs Orphan Asylum Wednesday morning Father Bach mann sang his jubilee mass in the orphanage chapell many clergy and laymen atetnding Father Bachmann was ordained by Bishop Spaulding at the Cathedral oflthe Assumption August 16 lS62 He was then twenty years vlng been born In otagitiha Ho came to Louisville parents in 1850 His first charge was as as sistant rector of StjiMarya church on Eighth street lfewas made rec tor of St Andrews church and re mained there untir l872 when he was placed in charuiof St Josephs church at Owensboto TIe returned to Louisville as asijwtant pastor of St Patricks Cll 1878 remaining there rfJin From 1881 until 1902 chaplain lit the Convent oftr deters of the Qo orhepherdj a hi fte t loanr r fI atStV Anthonys Hospital He went to St Josephs Orphan Asylum In 1906 ORPHAN PICNIC People Should Turn Out and Worthy IICharlty The time for the annual picnic for I the benefit of St Josephs Asylum is at hand There OrphanII charity which should appeal to Christian men and women as that of the support of parefltless children j under the care of the good Sisters of Charity Plans for this years picnic which takes place on the asylum grounds next Wednesday have been making for months and the pro gramme and amusements will surpass those of any former year An Invitation has been extended the i general public aunt the response I should be commensurate with and in keeping with the worthiness of the t cause From our citizens a substantial amount should be forthcoming ItAsylumIIt the coming year There will be en tertalnment for young and old in eluding open air band concerts sideshows field games etc an elegant I dinner and supper and at night a brilliant electric Illumination of theI asylum and grounds The officersI and members of St Josephs OrphanI Society are doing a grand work andI it ID to be earnestly hoped their picII nlc will prove the most successful ever given The Crescent Hill line which passes the grounds will run extra cars that day BRIDEdEdward Canty formerly of city but for some time past located at Princeton Ind gave his relativesII and friends a surprise when rived here last week with his bride who was Miss Mary Reilly an at tractive and charming Princeton I girl They were married by the Rev Father Walsh at St Josephs I church but kept the news from their Louisville friends until their arrival While here they were the guests ofIII MaryrCanty 2210 Madison street I whore a legion of friends called tot extend congratulations HEVERINWORIiAND I Invitations have been received to the marriage oq Muse Marie Sue Heverln daughter of Mrs Jest Hevorln and Leo Francis WorlandI I which will be solemnized at a nuptt 111 1 high mesa at St Johns church Cla and Walnut on Tuesday morning August 27 at 830 oclock hijs Heverln tsa girl with many pleasing traits of character and has been a favorite among her riendsThefortunate groom lea young man of high stamdlnr fa Catholic and busil ness circles with wide rivals of l throughoutcitye O ts r CommitteeIThomas Keenan Transportation Win Wittenauer Decoration Formation ofdpaWdr i e ac Continued from third column i t parade which will surpass any ever I seen In this city It will consist of 1 two grand divisions the first form east of Fourth avenue and the I west of that thoroughfare In all there will be fortyone divisions I The parade will start promptly at 130 oclock and will follow theE IIIwill have two fullrigged guns two platoons of Infantry of the First I Kentucky Regiment under the com J mand of Col W A Colston and two ambulances fully equipped for fieldI work with n medical staff and nurses j II Division 2 will be composed of the First Regiment band and two platoons of city police who will be1 under command of Chief Lindsey After this division will come Col John H Whallen the Chairman of the Parade Committee with his staff I The locations of the formation of followsIof column will rest on Broadway north side of street east of Under- hill IItourth Catholic Knights or- America head of column at Broad way and Underhill following Knights of St John I I FifthY4M I head of column on Broadway and Underhill east of Underhill following the Catholic I Knights of America I SixthKnights of Columbus headl of column on Broadway and Barre- avenue rear on Barret avenue lying north and south falling in behindl the Knights of Columbus I EighthSt James head of cols umn will rest north on Barret with i column lying north and south im mediately behind Holy Trinity i NinthBt Frances of Rome headl l of column lying north on Barrett avenue In thee rear of St James TenthHolY Trinity St Mat I thews head of column on Campbell I street and Broadway with column lying north and south on the north side falling in behind St Francis of Rome of EleventhSt Agnes head of col umn will teat on Broadway and Logan the body lying north and south on Broadway on the north side falling In behind Holy Trinity on Campbell street Twelfth St Brigld head of col umn on Logan street Immediately behind St Agnes which head of col umn will teat on Broadway Francis of Assisi 11ThirteenthStBroadway and Clay and south on Cli on the north side and will falls la behind St Brlgid- Fourteenth St listing head of column on Shelby and Broadway on the north side running north and south and will fall In behind It Francis AssistI Fifteenth St Aloyslus head of column on Shelby lying north and south immediately behind St Mar u I wiii oI r tins SeventeenthSt Peter Claver head of column on Broadway col umn lying north and south on Hancock on south side and will move In behind St Elizabeth EighteenthSt John head of column on Jackson and Broadway on the north side lying north and south and will bo Immediately be hind St Peter Claver I NineteenthSt Paul head of col umn on Jackson and Broadway on the south side and will fall in beII hind St John i Twentieth Columbia Athletic aide of Preston rI Club on tho south and Broadway column resting north and south Immediately following Sti Pauls iII- Twentyfirst St Boniface head j of column resting on Floyd and Broadway on tie north side resting north and south Will fall in lineII immediately behind the Columbia j Athletic Clu- bTwentysecondSt Philip Nerl head of the column on Floyd andIBroadway on the south side column lying north and south Will fall In line Immediately behind St Bonn taceTwentythlrdSt Michaels head of column will rest on Brook and Broadway on the north side column lying north and south Will fall in line immediately behind St Philip Nan ITwentYfourthSt Mary Mag dalene head of column will reston Brook and Broadway on the south southtfollowing immediately Italian Brotherhood Twentyfifth Italian Brother hood will rest on Brook and Broad IIwa on the north side with column resting north and south immediately following St Nicholas Following Is thel formation and positions assigned those who will comprise the second grand division Firstfit Peters column resting on Fifth and Broadway on the north side column lying north and south Will follow in line immediately behind St Mary Magdalene SecondSt Louis Bertrand rest ing on Fifth and Broadway on south side column lying north and south Will follow in line immediately following St Peters Third Catholic Order of ForestI ers resting on the north side of Sixth and Broadway column lyin north and south immediately follow ing St Louts Bertrand I IFeurthSt Andrews Society o church head resting on the north sa of Sixth and netyth and south Immediately following the Catholic Order of Foresters FifthSt Georges reetlng on theI south side of Sixth and Broadway rfolumn lying north and south 1m mediately foU lwingflt Andrews I Society Sixth Presentation Academy resting on Seventh and Broadway south side column lying north andl SS I fmmedlatelyGeorgeSeventhSt on the south side of Seventh and Broadway column lying north and south im PresentationAcademy i onBroadway southImmediatelYNinthAncient Order of Hiber clans r onElghtbcolumn lying north and south Im mediately following St Patricks A Gal Six OIIet- TenthSt Cecilias head resting on Eleventh and Broadway on the north side column lying north and ImmediatelYbehind EleventhSt Columbas head y resting on Eleventh and Broadway on the south side column lying north and south Will fall In line behind St Cecilias Shepherd Thirteenth street the north side sOJlthWlll f ColumbasThirteenthSt Augustine rest ing on Thirteenth and Broadway on the south side column lying north and south Will fall in line behind Sisters of Good Shepherd Fourteenth St Charles Boromeo head of column resting on Sixteenth and Broadway on north side col willfollow s restIngsouth side column lying north and StCharlesSixteenthHolY Cross headot column resting on Broadway to Mx asswestJtHelenaHelenaWILL MAKE LONG TOUR Right Rev Edmund M Obrecht moaaaterratGethsemane departThursdayYork the first of next week for a world tour thatw l last for several months The Abbot will first visit Rome and have an audience with hisgwill take him through China India JsiandsfREPRESENT LOUISVILLE CatholicFederationWhallen John Doyle James Bt Kelly Mrs Dan Dougherty and Miss Rena enberg were declared the unanimous choice to represent Louis vllle in the American Federation r convention This action was a slight recognition of their Invaluable sry Ices and give the greatest satlctac tlODju II T 4 KENI1UO Y X SH AMERIdANii V KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGM ITt tile Social sad Moral AdTMceneaeat t ofllrlsk Americans and CafhoHci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50c HnUrtd it the Lcalirlll Poitettlc u SecaadCUj ClitUr Ldreer all CoBBMluMeii to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qrttt St i I t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1912 WELCOME With the people of Louisville and Kentucky we welcome the American Federation of Catholic Societies tour midst and trust that what they see here will ever remain a pleasant memory Louisville Is a great city and to its credit be it said the non Catholics have been most generous1 J to their Catholic brethren In assist 11 ing and preparing for the proper reception and entertainment of the distinguished gathering that will be with us next week That wisdom wilt mark the deliberations of this eleventh annual convention is certain which makes for results ben ficial to all classes Catholic andI nonCatholic May every success crown your every act and we hope that when you depart it will be withI a desire to again return to Louis J vine L1ij r NOTICE AND PROFIT Kentucky Irish American suggest to the Guardians of ttThe tho Junior Order and their t that they watch closely the proceedings and every utterance of the Catholic Federation that meets hero next week Should they do this they will learn the spirit andI c lesson of true patriotism and loyalty to God and country and remove fromI 1 their hearts the prejudice now exist ing therein The spirit of tolerationI and fairness that will characterize this convention and the great dem onstration that will take place tomorrow should remove every vestige of hostility that exists against such a large clement of our population simply because of their religion which teaches more than any other loyalty to God and country True ff- fe it that the abovo mentioned societies are made up of the ignorant led by a few evilminded and selfish malcontents who have neither patriotism nor principle But like all such movements they will fall when ex posed and their discreditable purposes become kIlO Cath4ltchasIieathe I Christian n spirit 1t thlihould preyalr1 everywhere and if our suggestion wore honestly heeded all would see j GuardiansGand Juniors which are out of place in a free and glorious country like ours Again we say watch the Federation convention take home to yourselves its declarations and recommendations and acting in like spirit you will all become better and more patriotic citizens or this great glorious and free country t nOPE IN FUTURE Tho belated explanation made to i the Evening Post In its Thursdays issue by Postmaster R E Woods 5 5telling why several hundred copies of the Kentucky Irish American of July 27 were not delivered until August 7 and how the missing sack of papers was found in the head quarters of the Evening Post only emphasizes the fact brought out in the ODonnell trial that a change is needed badly in the localI office Louisville citizens can console them selves with the fact that no matter who Is elected Taft or Wilson theI present Post Office regime is duo to vacate WHO THEY ARE Tf Neither the Jack Sullivan or the Paul Kelly who have been so frequently mentioned in connection I with tho Rosenthal murder case havo a drop of Irish blood coursing I through their veins The latter Is a j Sicilian who has assumed an Irish e ndltheI Reich which he changed to Jack Sullivan These are not the only instances of nonIrish criminals L hiding their identity under Irish names which police officials and court officers well know Thus tar I d not ono identified with the IrishII t rake has been connected with the foul murderfFAITHFUL TO PROMISE 4 The vote of the workingman will j 1 e eagerly sought by the politicians in the coming campaign but 1 labor Fill not be deceived Its l rfbe cat for the party thatvotewlllltj ISIbeDggiver1ISI j I for tabor WM divcuaeed in the House Ij t jQ RepreeentativelWtfiink msqpflioa drrlaracll that the prM 0CDttb promlw made to labor Iin the Denver at o II platform four years ago and was therefore entitled to and should receive the earnest support of every i person who is interested in human i progress and the solution of the great problem of the proper distribution of the wealth that is created The speaker pointed out and rite cussed several bills recognized as labor measures passed by the House Congressman Wilson has been idea titled with labor and therefore well knows tho attitude all parties haveI taken The Little Rock Southern Guardian is to be congratulated upo I I I the excellence of its sixtypage his toile industrial edition It is one 1lof the best that has ever come to our sanctum and reflects much credit on EditorManager Victor L I Spalding who is now here to attend the Federation convention visit hisI old Kentucky home and enjoy a de served rest May Its size and circu lation always increase i rHas anybody here seen F T Kelley who signs himself pastor of I the Wesley M E church Twenty I third and Jefferson streets This Kelley is unduly alarmed over the prospect of the military equipment l1 a division of tomorrows parade no fears dear Kelley Come 1of and see the display of Christian and set your mind easeWhen atII I Gen Barry takes command of the Department of the East andIl Rear Admiral Ward commands the New York navy yard the Guardians of Liberty must become more watch ful These valiant defenders who I would be missing were their services necessary will now proclaim that Rome rules here I The Bull Mooses made a disap pointing showing at their ward mass conventions Saturday night Though the attendance was very small there were indications that the little newII leirt33yi0 1 1 b rgetlo e + r w gYaa fore the passing of anotheivmonthf r alherculeanI past six months and the fruition of his labors will appear when the greatest parade ever witnessed In J Louisville takes place tomorrow To him be given all credit and glory The local sewer and drain workers would advance their cause for higher wages and eight hours in a more substantial way than following the lead of professional labor politicians I I whose only purpose is to ombaras Mayor Heads administration I Argus the political writer of the Herald predicts that exGov Beck I ham will be the next Democratic nominee for United States Senator Evidently Argus needs a vacation as this is oueof the mot improbable of possibilities in politics The Kentucky Irish American calls upon every Catholic man who can walk to be In the parade tomorrow There Is a place for everybody t I The Post did not help the Repub j I 11the11 I People who look over the list of Bull Moose committeemen are not at a loss to know who they repreJ sent f I stay the weather man give us a fair day tomorrow We have pre E dieted all along that he would What a Jolt it was for the Post When Judge ORear declaredl for Taft l SIRS M J11TNVItIES- It I In Is wjth feelings of extreme regret that we chronicle the death of Mrs M J Winn at noon Thursday Besides her husoand she leaves seven daughters Time for the eral had not been sot when this was written rc CONFIRMATION The Right Rev Bishop ODonag hue was the recipient of a warm t1 welcome last Sunday on the occasion ot his first visit to Danville where iei administered the sacrament of onfirmation to a large class The v- ishop also confirmed a class at unction City andon Monday he went to Ottenheim In Lincoln d county ten miles from a railroad K- and right in the foothills of the Cumberland range where a pretty little church has been erectedT1le fi Rep Lw Mayer p 8 B IB pastor Eat OttenhelM with Junction City as ne pf his attlBBioasaHd the Rev ri- O mund Wieaneth 013 BH putor M DBTill sI in 11 r II flciiv3fiss spending li three weeks with relatives In St Paul Minn Miss Nora Peak has been visittn at Vine Grove the guest oIlier aunt Mrs James Peak Detective Mike Scanlon has beeeni spending his vacation visiting his sister in Chicago IMiss Mamie Keefe has just reI tdrned tom HodgensvUle where she was visiting relatives I IMiss Mario Buckel is visiting at Corydon Ind where she Is receivtn- much social attention eMisses Ann OKeefe and Kath erine McAughan are visiting In New 1Yorle and Atlantic City Mrs James Fltzpatrlck Collins Court has been entertaining Miss Rose Stovall of ColesburgrrI Michael J llickey and wife were among those from this city spending the past week In New York II Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott returned Monday from Frankfor- where he spent several days annd Mrs ODoherty aTe spending the week at French Lick Springs Attorney Joseph L Lenlhan re7 turned Monday from a ten daysI stay at French Lick Springs Officer Tom Swift is the arrival of a pretty little bab girl at his residence on Zane street Miss Louise Cassllly has gone Spring Lake N J to join friends and remain until the middle of tember sevC Sirs P T Harrlgan has been vie lUng at West Point the guest of her nieces Misses Laura and Belle Me Cormac IJohn OHearn of 1028 Sout Twelfth street Is setting em up to the boys because of the arrival of a John Jr i IIr and Mrs Frank McGrath ar In New York and Atlantl tCity They expect to be away abou two weeks lairs T J Scanlon of the East cousinsMrs Catherine OBrien 272S Sout Fourth street Miss Alice Burke 717 Hill street had for her guest the past week her cousin Miss Sienna Murphy of Pewee ValleyiMiss Margaret Everln of Sout I Louisville Is in Kansas City visiting J her sister Mother IBarbara of theII Loretto Sisterhood j I Misses Li CXue Kpihlepnl 1 T3wTrig rdte fs = of Francea Elrod at er1 coiintry heme near Charlestown Ind Officer Pat Connors of the Sev enth district has Jsst returned froml New York where he was the guest of friends and relatives JlUss Emma Doherty arrived home last week from Mlddletown Ohio I where she had been visiting her sts j ter Mrs Frank Walter J t Mr and Mrs J C Fedler Sr aret e borne from an extended Eastern tript I that included Washington New York Boston and Niagara Falls IWHllam I P Hannan iIs In Omaha I I where he went to attend the wedding of his niece Miss Eileen McCrann I to Capt Harold Elaith U S N j I Miss Gertrude Gurtz of New Albany I is home from St Marys of the I Woods Academy near Terra Haute I Where she has been attending school I Misses Alice and Cora Canty will return today after spending two t weeks at the country home of Mr and Mrs Schuman at Floyd Knobs Ind Misses Kittle McLaughlin and rene Dugan popular Covlngton girls haVe been eepndln a pleasant I I vacation hero as tIle guests Mrs C Ei j Laufer Among those sojourning at West Baden the past week were Miss Mi OConnor Mchnel Higgins Rev J i A OGradY Dr W L Hayes and R I C Lenihan Miss Margaret Sheehan who vie Ited Mrs William J Lacey of Lex1 ngton was the weekend guest of Mr and Mrs N A Sullivan at Frankfort j of Thad Peake 1043 South Sixth treet and John E Mooney 619 Baxter avenue are rejoicing over a visit from the Stork who left a lovely baby girl at each I homeII Mrs Frank S lece Sites Mabelle Spolth onville and Misses Mary ONeil Anna Connolly and Anna ONeil are enjoyIng a sojourn at West Baden I of Miss Belle Gannon daughter ofIt 3fr and Mrs Hugh Gannon 212 High avenue left Saturday morning or Boston to visit her sister Mrsjntt- P W Fay and spend some time at her summer home at Allentown lass Mr and Mrs John J Rellly of Chicago were here this past week Isttlng relatives and friends who much enjoyed their stay Mrd has ifcllly Wall Miss Mary Agnes Wolfe angliter of James Wolfe the well nown grocer- Gre8ttnga have been received here pm irfriarid Mrs S J Dunigan of amnlond Indj who are now reeld lag at that point Their many local lend will be glad to learn that I r DotifgAnir now lataeMtully es Jfd IB the eoatraotini bufllneea el U f Cards were issued last week a nouncing the marriage of Miss E1 Muy Pitt and Clifford Ebert whic was quietly solemnized at St Mat rMagdalens church Rev Fath Gausepohl performing the ceremony Aster September they will be at home at 2024 Midland avenue Mr and Mrs Charles F Taylor MrSs I T S Granyllle of Omaha and frnd sons Charles F Taylor Jr anday Cary D Taylor left Wodnesd morning on an automobile through the Bluegrass which trhII extend over a period of four or t days A most enjoyable entertainment last Saturday afternoon was the miscellaneous shower given by Miss Marie Heverln for Miss Margaret MesdamesgLawrence Worland Alice Daugherty J J Driscoll Frank Mattingly Misses Lena Bowling Helen Carroll1 Cary Veach Grace Williams Gary Uhrig Margaret Dalzell Sarah Welsh Mayme Uhrig Jennie Duffy Mary Leahy Edna Munchof Maymo King Margaret Dalton 3rargar Flynn Frances Heverln Catherine Flynn Marie Heverln CATHOLIC BASEBALL LEAGUE IThe St Charles team the leado in the Catholic Baseball League fur tite pennant last Sunday in an exciting contest defeating the St Louis Bertrand team 3 to 2 but were lucky to win as they only made three hits off of the latters pitcher Hon lyto Trinity and St Anthony went i toe 1third place together the former d tslatter defeating St Martin 6 to 1 St William stopped the fast coming St bygandYattendance Increasing Y much credit for which is duo Ito- o Babe Ryan who has the league working strictly tOLUiair slogan of clean ballj The noblest oman ot em ally Cack Barrett has been added to the staff of umpires CThT c e ule or morrow s as o ows St William vs St Charles St Anthony vs Holy Trinity Holy Cross vs St Martin at Shawnee- Park and St Louis Bertrand vs St Thbe standing to Clubs W L Pet St Charles i 13 2 867- i St William 11 5 688 63e3 63t3 0 Holy Cross 8 8 5- 00StDrlgldI510 334 St Martin c 1 15 062 DEATTLhWhen God cane Henry Midden dort to his eternal reward last Saturday St Mars parish lost one of its oldest and most faithful members and Louisville an exemplary and respected clt zen Coming to onlhy years home here for sl ty four years in dustrious and frufcal he was success ful in the grocery business at Ninth and Jefferson streets from which ho reiirethabout trcilye years aEbMrIifidden tEAsciltalf H and was active iaa Catholic Knights of America the Jefferson Society the St Josephs Orphan So clety and others connected with St Marys church Besides his venerable wife he leaves three sons Henry Ben and George Middendorf and two daughters Misses Mary and Anna MIdedndorf to whom sincere sympathy is extended The funeral took place Monday morning from St Marys and theattendance was a tribute to the memory of the deceased BRILLIANT NUPTIALS The marriage of Miss Edna Busche meyer and Wilton W Preis will be solemnized next Wednesday evenln at 4 oclock at the Cathedral of the Assumption with the most brilliant and elaborate ceremonial There will1 be twenty attendants A largo recep lion will follow their union at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W G Buschemeyer 1412 High land avenue The couple will go to New York and the East on their wed ding trip CENTENNIAL The celebration of the centennial of the advent of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth to Kentucky which will1 be held at the mother house at Naz arcth during the week of Qotoebr 15ii will be observed 4 throughout Kentucky wherever the community ha academies convents or schools Elaborate I preparations are under way to make the occasion a memorable one I v MIDSUMMER EXCURSION I I Tho Central Committee C 1C of A has arranged for a midsummer excursion to Jasper Ind on Sunday September 16 via the Southern tall way This will be the only one out Louisville this year and therefore Capt Oscar Maler and his committee will leave nothing undone a that will add pleasure to thee trip the fare forwhlch will be only 150 A LONG MAY Slip LIVE Mrs Mary Carroll who has owned 1 the Sherman House in Jeffersonville c for sixty years on Wednesday celebrated i the eightysecond anniversary her birth Many friends called offer congratulations and express the hope that she may live many IIn years longer Mrs Carroll is n of County Clare Ireland and came to America in early womanhood RETREAT FOR SISTERS f IFor the past ten days the Rev t Raymond OKeefe C P of St Louis been conducting a retreat for the Sisters of Mercy at their convent on I East Broadway This time has been e- aowtly given to prayer and pious medMatlol1 INDIANA GRAND COUNCIL The Indiana Griand Council Y M wolf held thiav week at Terre Haute iMtinr tkrM dope Report owedthe order gaining In strength all vlaMensr20 25 and 30 SUITSe for i 14075 Choice of our Finest except Blacks These include Elbee tand Hart Schaffner Marx Cassimeres Che viots Scotches Worst eds in all kinds of neat mixtures and faucy pat rsternsAlso Elbee and Hart Schaf fner Marx 20 and 25 Blue Serges in two and threepiece su- itsLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET and doing splendid work amoi Catholic young men Fred C Reii toeorgo Carrlck John Pontrlch an Louis Lamk attended the conve lion as delegates from Unity Cou n ell of New Albany RECENT DEATHS With regret many friends receive news of the death of Mrs Katherl Nash widow of Patrick Nash whl occurred Monday morning at he home 1602 Gallagher street The funeral of Miss Gertrud Hook sixteen years of age was he Tuesday morning from St Anthony church a large number of mournln relatives and friends attending th solemn obsequies Besides he mother Mrs Elizabeth Hook 2431 Griffiths avenue she leaves on brother and two sisters Thomas McLaughlin husband o Johanna McLaughlln and father o Mrs Richard Rhodes was called tt- his eternal rest Tuesday night leav- Ing a wide circle of friends an acquaintances who mourn his deaths For many years he had been a res- Ident of Louisville and was hlghl respected by all who knew him Tit funeral took place yesterday morn- Ing from Sacred Heart church Rev FathorWaisJi clatl solemn maesotme Many persons in St Louis Bur trends parish and throughout th city were greatly grieved to learn o the passing away on Tuesday even Ing of a most highly esteemed ant kind friend Mrs Nora Plnne a Quirk beloved wife of Marti Quirk Breckinridge street Though she had not been in goo health for some time she was no long seriously ill and her deal came as a sad surprise Besides he husband she leaves two children fo whom there is felt the deepest sym pathy The funeral was held Frlda morning front St Louis Bortrand church from where a long concourSE StScemetery Following a ten days illness 01 organic heart trouble Joseph M1 Ryan Sr division freight agent 01 the Baltimore Ohio railroad gen eral agent of the Continental Line Central States Dispatch and one 01 the best known railroad men 1 Is Louisville died Monday night at hb1 home 1234 South Brook street Besides his wife Gathering Ryan thi deceased leaves four sons J JJ Ryan Jr who is with the Souther Railway Company George W Ryan who is connected with the Baltlmon C Ohio at St Louis Louis Ryan nr L and N clerk and E N Ryan wh a attends college Two daughters Anna and Helen Ryan also survives Mrs T J Leahy of Louisville is the only surviving sister of the deceased Mr Ryan was a member of the Knights of Columbus and a com municant of St Louis Bertrand- church from which his funeral too place Wednesday morning LANGAN NIGHT The large attendance of Division eveningdue terest in tho parade tomorrow was source of pleasure to President John Hennessy and the other offii cers as a talk on the benefits of the O H by James p Langan the well known engineer was one of the heardlocallyall his travels he always found the members of the A O H to be the first in responding to the principles of fraternity and though allied with other organizations the Hibernians his opinion not only practiced the motto of the order friendship unity and Christian charity but they were ono of the greatest bulwarks of tho Catholic church In no matter what section of the country Mr Langans talk was heartily encored by those present and he promised to attend the meetings whenever his duties would permit Two other veteran members were present Corporal Pat Kenealey and Thomas Dignan and delivered a few well chosen rep marks CHURCHES THRONGED Thursday wss the feast of the As umpUon of the Slewed VirglaJHary allllthe Cathedral and Catholic church of the sky were thronged at the maftMB C r 7 r NOWWE MAKE ANOTHER TWIST TO THE PRESSURE ON PRICES LAST CUT 35003000 2800 Suit Values Now 1650 2500 2250 2000 Suit Values Now 1250Clearance of Trousers for every occasion in windup sale CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON 13Jt GOOD COFFEEFR- ESH ROASTED Thats what my customers are always sure to get Try My Special Grade at 25c Lb ITS THE SAME QUALITY THAT OTHERS SELL FOR 30 JOHN M MULLOY 8 Home Phon 1333 18 W IVtARJCISTP STREET VXK aaa88Iaaaa aee9fc LORETTO ACADEMYFOUN- DEDr IN 1812 LORETTO MARION CO KENTUCKY Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross g Charming location healthful environment u cultureuand to the details of a refined education for girls Address DIRECTRESS OF ACADEMY Nerinx PO Ky d ST BENEDICTS COLLEGE I e h KANSASrThe Leading Catholic Educational Institution e d Select Boarding School for Boys and Young Men Conducted s by the Benedictine Fathersg CoursesPreparatory Academic Collegiate and Business Locationeo unsurpassed in point of health e Students limited Terms 240 per year Write for catalog REV D LAVERY O S B Director 0a t Academy of the Sacred Heart CRESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Y CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS e This beautiful garden spot enriched by nature and embellished by man stands on an eminence overlooking the pike leading to Cherokee Park distant facultyIrthoreua fusual studies in science speclaPadvantages French German Latin and Elocution The Commercial Course is taught extra ClassicalConservatoriesef School every opportunity is afforded The classes pursue a thorough course in I paintIng n MOTHER DIRECTRESS PO St Matthews Ky Sacred Heart Academy DollarrI jwwwwwwwmj1 Y ImIa I I twice ayear There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR U U must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the II- rfr U dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever comingsf Ky Title Savings Bank ost f uFifth and Court Place JU nOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m ll I THE BIG PARK RIVERVIEWThe EveningkJ With a variety of amusement affording a huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily concerts by Don Phllipplni and his band of thirtyfive ONTAINE ERR YF The Park Beautiful XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matinees including Sun day all seats lOc Night lOc andZOc Free Concerts By Natltllos Baad MANY NEW 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BANNON JR VIcePres and Treas Fifth I I L ijltHoo Sesretary CoII w Kentucky Vitrified Bric INCORPORATED I MANUFACTURERS OF uVITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways OffIce 528 West Jeffersw Street WorksI Magnolia ATC Bet 9tk and 10th rJ TELEPHONE 573TELEfHONE 1232 H ftt t I t 4JjIDOI WlJIM OIASllllfi KOUB845 WtOrnStrt1 11 n 1iMAUfo I PI n 1- 1g U READY rCentral Committee Ap proves Arrangements For Parade With President John Schalda In the chair and Edward Fox acting Vice President the Central Commit tee Catholic Knights of America stamped with approval the arrange ments reported by State Secretary Meehan for the Federation parade and the reception to be tendered the Supreme officers who will bo here for the convention Charles Hill of St Marys branch was appointed marshal for the C K of A division with James Meehan Barney Coll John Kelly and Lawrence Steinmetz as aides Announcement was made that the Uniform Rank would tormII part of the body that would the Papal Delegate Most Rev John Donzano and escort him to the res- Idence of Right Rev Bishop ODon aghue Col Joe McGinn and Supreme Delegate H A Veeneman reported that the Catholic Knights would have headquarters at the Columbia Athletic Club building East St I Catherine street where the Supreme I officers and Uniform Rank and band from Jasper would be entertained after the parade John Kinney rep resenting the Knights of Jefferson vllle invited all to the meeting to be held Sunday when the Hibernians and Catholic Knights would make their arrangements for the turnout Capt Oscar Maier announced the excursion to Jasper Ind on Sunday September 15 the only one that will take place this year If Supreme President Gaudin Secretary An thony Matre and Trustee Peter Wallrath accept the invitation It Is the intention to call a Catholic Knights mass meeting for next Thursday or Friday night A glow- Ing description of the float which represents Protection was given COUNTY BOARD Makes Final Arrangements roe Hibernians In the Parade At the meeting of the County Board A O H last Friday evening Hall County President Thomas Dolan and Thomas Keenan Chairman of the Float Committee reported on the final arrangements of the orders part in the Catholic Federation parade tomorrow after noon Each member will wear a green hat and small American flag and the exact point where the dif ferent divisions wlll mobilize etc iHKUTJwTClKHOr u yeach member The float is now completed and those who have seen It pronounce It one of the best of Its kind and with the addition of the Ladles Auxiliary float to the Hlber nlan division of the parade the members of the order can feel satls tied and proud of their showing Prof Dennis Collins and his band will load and have agreed to render stirring Irish airs along the line of march President Dolan appointed Hugh Hourigan Matt Muldoon M J Moriarty and James Welsh as marshals of the Hibernian section of the parade IFATImR YORKS PICNIC Father Thomas York and the peo ple of St Pauls congregation are making extensive preparations for their annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Wednesday afternoon and night August 28 The ticket sale already indicates an immense at tendance and a pleasing feature will be the home coming of the thousand boys and girls who made their first holy communion at St Pauls church Besides the various amusements there will be a grand euchre both afternoon and evening with many handsome and costly awards including 10 in gold ex tension dining room table rocking chairs and other useful household articles The supper will be served by the ladles who have arranged an excellent menu Those who would spend an enjoyable day or evening should not miss Father Yorks picnic FERRY BILLS I Capacity audiences tell the story of the select summer vaudeville at Fontaine Ferry Park With the closing now not far distant special attractions are announced by Man alter Bilger for the weeks remaining to complete tho season The show for next week appears to be the biggest thus far end will consist of comedy singing and other classy j features presented by entertainers of reputation Besides Natlellos band there will be two special free attract tlpns one of them Miss Irene Maher vocal soloist who has made a hit and iRoblnsona open air menagerie FORTY HOURS In this city the Forty Hours Adoration is announced next for St Williams church Thirteenth and Oak beginning with the high mass tomorrow morning and continuing until Tuesday Rev Father George M Connor will conduct these beauti ful devotions and will have the assistance of a number of the clergy St Williams church which has an attractive interior TjllI be tastefully decorated by the ladles of the parishIi- VISITING RELATIVES Sister Winifred of Use Dominican order is here for an extended visit to St Catherines Convent at Spring I seetiend ilia native of the Bluegrass tate I I and the daughter of Casper J- J aJU i CUSCADENGIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE- CREAMPHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street FO- RFurniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYERf 419 W MARKET S- TMONUMENTS Having purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove theircemet ry lots at very low prices Give us a calll at our ware rooms 318320 yest Green St New Muldoon 1 Monument Go T 3 A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets at Fails City Hall era First Third1TuesdayPresidentMartin Vice PresidentCharles J Finn e gan Recording SecretaryAnthony J TompkinsFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rell Financial SecretaryJos B Farrell 1808 West Market Treasurer Jhbmaa P Lawler SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelHenry McDermott DIVISION L Beets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut etreet- aPresidentCon L Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J OKeefeISergeantatArmsJ Charles ObstSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION I Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice President J M Maloney Recording Secretary Thoa Stev ensFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant atArms James Stevens Sentinel Thpmai Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertraad Hall Sixth Street President John H Henneeay Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Bar ry Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan 807 West Oa- kTreasurerThomas Downey SergeantatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y 2Jkt I MAOKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixt- hPresidentFrank G Adams First Vice PresidentA Q Link Second Vice President William RUm Financial Secretary iWm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os borne GeorgeJTreasurer Robert T Burke Marshal Fred Sehuler Inside SentlneltPeter Andrlot Outside SentlneV Joseph Biggin I Schwanoh For onthne she has OharIebees stationed It toWn Mate land it ilWi real pleasure she visits the frien and Boenaa of her girlhood days I J- II t1- n LIGHTNING Strikes Denver Cathedral and Spire Topplestt j 235 Feet Shortly after 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon August 7 the west tower of the new Denver Cathedral was struck by lightning and with a thunder equaling In Intensity the report from thb heavens twentyfive feet of the top came crashing to the ground throwing huge hundred pound blocks on all sides The crowningtheplace two years ago slid down the glancedfromthe ground 236 feet below With It came a huge segment from the north side of the tower summit leaving a 411the4 intheavalanCheThepartially covered by Insurance Re- paIr I work will be begun as soon as orderedfroniI scaffolding will have to be reconstructed I and two or three months will be required The regular work will not be Impeded and capped or I otherwise the handsome structure will probably be dedicated on the lastingtributeand persistency of the Cathedral parish and its rector even under adverse conditions It Is considered nobody AWFUL DEATH William Neider rails from Train and Meets Death Last Sunday evening hundreds of people at East Broadway and the railroad crossing were sadly Im pressed when they approached and GeorgeFrledrichministering the last sacraments and people offering prayers for the dying WilliamHeider hadbeenYoungNoiderTosephNeiderspending the afternoon at a ball game and was returning home ona awfulfatetfiemoving to the Although glvohiswherehemothertwoNelder and two brothers Leo and placefromand was largely attended OUTS HIGH COST beginning noon St Edwards church at Jeffer HRevermanIts grand picnic at Oechsllns orchard Terfersontownhour from the city direct to the pic alwayslookedthe grand supper which Is served and which will make you think that I livingisant afternoon under the shade of the Old Apple Tree and enjoy one yourlifemilk fed chickens are used for this occasion lYou are Invited to come and have the time of your life raVERVIEW ATTRACTIONS RiverviewParkgreatest of the season from the en tertainment standpoint and in spite of the tact that the season is draw ing toa close the interest that Is manifested discloses that the summer amusement seeking public has not had its flll of entertainment Don IPihlllpplnl and his band and Miss Susanna Lehmann as soloist continue the principal free attrac offeredinmodious dance pavilion and various amusement devices FATHER KVEIK ARRIVES Rev Father Edmond Klein O M C who succeeds Rev Jerome Preis ser as pastor of St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland avenue entered upon his new charge last Sunday and was given a cordial greet ing by the people of the parish Father Klein comes here from St Josephs church Grand Rapids Mich where he was well liked his departure being regretted by Cath ollcs and nonCatliollcs SIAOKIN COUNCIL There was almost an overflow at 4 tendance at the meeting of Maokln I Council last Monday night Nearly all the evening was devoted to hear ing reports of ofleers and delegates to the Grand Council and completing details for the Federation parade in Iwhich this body expects to make a fine showing The reception that was to have been tendered the Grand officers W ldeterrdto a later date In order to give ample time for the 4arran3emBnt j t o F WELCOME IConventionI Clergy delegates visitors ladies and gentlemen are cordially invited to inspect and make our store head quarters during their stay in Louisville In all depart ments of our great stores they will be shown every possible courtesy HERMAN STRAUS 6 SONS GfOURTH AVCHUB iNCBPOArtO MARKET STREET O NtpNNiN 1NiNN FREEFOR 50 RED AND WHITE LABELS OFF ROSA BREADUNION MADE You can get a Silver Tea Spoondodgers Bros Make BAKED IN A NEW AND SANITARY BAKERY BY UNION BAKERS NEW YORK BAKING CO 1 MS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers 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celebrate Irish day at Chester ParkThe County Board expects to seoi every member of the order in line Iin the parade tomorrQwII The Holy Father Pope Plus X cabled his blessing to the Ohio State convention at Sandusky Indianapolis Hibernians are cele brating today at the State fair grounds with an oldtime Irish field dayNot the least artistic and handsome floats in Sundays big paradeI will be those of the Ancient Order and the Ladles Auxiliary There will be two meeting Wednesday night Division 2 and1 the Ladles Auxiliary The officers hope for a large attendance I County President Dolan was given a cordial reception in Jeffersonville last Sunday Division 1 of that cit promised to make a good showing tomorrowThe reunion of the Jaw Albany Hibernians at Glenwood Park on Wednesday was largely at tended Everybody had a pleasant time and the result was most grati tying There will be no meeting of Divis ion 3 Monday night This decision was reached In order that officers and members could attend the Cath olic Federation exercises at the ArmoryThe County Board last night be gan preparations for the State con vention to be held here next month National President Regan of St Paul arid State President Donnelly of Covington will arrive here this eveningRemember that the Ancient Order will form at Eighth and Broadway for the great Sunday parade Head of column will rest on Eighth and Broadwayon south side the column lying north and south and imme diately following St Patricks Tho Hibernians will form the ninth divis ion of the western section CLIFF RAVEN The Lady day fete the grand religious celebration of the Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven with an attractive and salubrious weather setting made of Assumption day an occasion of great beauty and splen dor With all the solemn devotion of a Brittany pageant of piety and more than 1000 persons in reverent retinue leading the way to the Improvised altar scene facing the lake the procession was one of gripping grandeur More than 100 girls in white followed by a like number of boys in formal dress preceded the Immediate escort to the Blessed Sacrament comprising hundreds of devout adults The triduum that preceded the solemn fete was made thepbject of a stirring piety of px pr ofthr1Thl fitting1 mariner for the grand function A thousand or more kneeling figures on the smiling earth In impressive silence for the solemn benediction formed an edifying and pleasing I spectacle not soon to be forgotten i The Lady day fete is the big celebra tion at the zenith of the season and many arrived specially for the occa I sion READY FOR THE RACES Manager Hachmelster has every i thing ready for the fall race meeting jI at Douglas Park and from the num ber qf entries received great sport j Is assured as the list Includes the star horses of the American turf I J 1jPriceI a thereI I will be only fair racing For a1 month past Manager HachmelsterIi j i has had a large force work making Improvements and IIthrownII I race track not surpassed by any oni thlsconUnentlENGINEERS AND FIREMEN An old fashioned picnic and out wednesdayllAugustl auspices of the B of L E and the t morn11Jlngthe crowds the morning boat to leave at 9 a m and the second 130 p m The railroad boys have reputations as entertainers and those at tending can be assured of a pleasant day There will be a ball game and a number of field contests j MOLL NAME RALLY The Holy Name Societies of Newport and vicinity are formulating plans for the annual Holy Name rally t which will take place In Newport on Sunday October 6 At a general committee meeeting held in the Knights of Columbus hall James Champ was elected Chairman with j Dan Venard as Secretary It ds ex pected that thousands of men wlll participate in the parade that will take place that day- FAREWELL AUDIENCE at Last Monday the Holy Father re celved in private farewell audience I s the Right Rev John P Farrelly t Bishop ot Cleveland who has been In Rome for several weeks Bishop Farrelly left Tuesday for the United States FATHER ALEXANDER BETTER t Rev Father Alexander 04 Porinelunatl has almoat entirely recovered from the effects of the opera tion he underwent recently at St Josephs Tnflrmary and will leave that nitltutlbn within a few days BISHOP AIBRDING COMING in1 I I 9 the olOHiMilgk noise Thur day o HMM Phase 6687 Ceetb Mian 66 i HENRY fUCU- SFLORISTI Store 560 Fourth Aveniie OPPOSITE POS OFFlCE I Greenho lses Charles and Texas Streets University1 Y of Notre Dame Notre Dame Indiana HOME INFLUriNCK THOROUGH IN STRUCTIONPIVU COLLEGES Depart menu of Ancient Classics Letters History JournalismDlologyglneermg rtechaalcalHnglneerlng1Uectrl FnglnerlngMIningPREPARATORY SChOOl Students from every state in the Union Variant courses COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Practical bust ness courses ST EDWARDS HAfcJ for younger toys REV JOHN CAVANAUGH C S D D PresidentyI SEE PfefferFORi Picnic Banners Signs and Show Cprds 126 S FOURTH AVENUE Opposite Vienna Bakery rWE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANli 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Bchuhmann and Eugene J Cooney SAILED FOR EUROPE I Edward J OBrien the noted OBriensoiled I tho steamship Ameriko for Hamburg They will spend a month InIEurope and visit a number of the larger cities thereIROOMS FOR LADY VISITORS The Catholic Womans Club is prepared to furnish meals and lodging the club house 615 West Walnut I street to any and all lady visitors to the federation convention By communicating with Miss Myra Burns the matron over either phone antis factory arrangements can bo madeI PROUD DADDYI Dan Marra of JeffersonvlHe feels that he is the biggest tan in South IlustyI been overwhelming him with con granulations and helping him prostew celebrate The christening will be one of the big edema ot the year In Jeff i I On semitailor WaSIk in white a ingirdltebuttaae wlt hare vMf e trtauaibiI r n RN1UIITS OP COLIMIB1 e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Boston will have the national con vention next year The Daughters of Isabella have two courts in Indiana Washington was favored as the location for the now national home Rooms will be furnished in the new hospital at East Liverpool Ohio by the Knights of that place Little Palls Knights have con tributed 400 for now curtain scen ery and stage settings for St Marys Hall The Knights of Manchester N H have caused to bo removed from the public library there literature defamatory to Catholic truth and the church and its ministers Hereafter representation in State Councils will be one delegate in addition to the two already allowed for each 300 members on condition that no council be repfcsented by more than four delegates P H Callahan and Bob Watson of this city James Rogers of Lex ington and Prank ODonnell of Maysvllle Kentucky representatives were accompanied by their families at the Colorado Springs convention The four Supreme Directors elected at Colorado Springs last week were Daniel J Griffin of Brooklyn Clarence Martin of West Virginia William Gulliver of Maine and J Martin of Wisconsin Other Supreme officers are elected biennially DOUBLE HEADER WITH BLUES Manager Jack Hayden and his wandering Colonels will play a double header with the Kansas City team tomorrow ending the series there and will then Jump to Milwaukee for four games Milwaukee and Kansas City are both fighting hard for the fourth position and the Cblonels are between the devil and the deep blue sea in both of these Dunyhaveto their respective cities The home series of the Louisville team proved conclusively that their weakness could be attributed to two positions behind the bat and third base many of their games being lost through poor defensive work at these two points The pitching of Toney Clemens Moskiman and Vallanding ham would have won games day In and day out to say nothing of Laudermllks efforts when he was trying but the above mentioned weaknesses coupled with light hit ting was too serious an obstacle to overcome FOR GERMAN DAY Arrangements for the celebration of German day on August 26 at Phoenix Hill Park are now about completed and from all appearances It will be a great success Especially In German circles the affair is at tracting so muck attention as to al ost verJtdo a th e On oMtii iWO Vet libid Americansandto by the nmnageemnt of the affair baaJjeenmanyfeatured programme calculat ed to appeal to the sense of humor as well as serious thought of the visitors All the German societies pf Louisville have declared their intention of participating carrying their flags and banners the latter to be placed in a group about the speakers stand ExGov Willson and Congressman Bartholdt will ad dress the gathering BUILD NEW HOTEL J J Gaffney the well known architect and owner of the Guthrie lots on Walnut streeet between Sec ond and Third announced Saturday that he had organized company and would soon build a 30000iO hotel on the property Architect Gaffney declared the new project Involved the establishment of a moderate priced hotel modern In every way but dissimilar ito the large hotels now here and novel in this respect Prices for guests he said would be fixed on a basis of fifty cents and 1per room The building will be six stories high and contain 2 60 rooms Work will begin this fall and will be pushed to have the building com pleted by early spring- OFFICERS ELECTED The Hibernians of Indiana at their State convention at Kokomo elected the following State officers to serve for the next two years President P B Walsh Terre Haute Vice President S J Hannigan Lafayette Secretary W H Foley Indianapolis Treasurer Robert B Kelly Fort Wayne Chaplain Rev M J Byrne Lafayette UNCONFIRMED There is a rumor that the diocese of Denver is to be divided and a new diocese created either in the west ern or southern portion of the State of Colorado No authentic Informa Lion regarding either report Js at j hand BACK HOME Mrs Rose Ansback of 1621 West c Broadway returned Wednesday I from a months visit to Chicago During her absence Mrs Ansback attended every sesion of the Hibernian national convention and was entertained at a number of tJadlesIAuxiliary and other social functions during her stay in the Windy City EJECTED LIFE MEMBER Rev if J McGlvney pastor of St Prances church at Mlddletown Donji has been voted a life mem- bershIp in the Ancient Order of Hi bernians Father McGivney is the National Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus The honor is unique in Connecticut and it has been wldom vo edtoartyoneThe membership J card la of silver with the recipients name enameled tJ r FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers arid Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs byeveryone SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINOORPORATED LOUISVILLE KYi JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery x 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILIE KY FALLS CITY BREWING COIINCORPORATED i Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homo 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light 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