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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r lafJ1 I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I VOLUME XXIXNO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 24 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS ADVANCE J Made b Assoy elation During First Year Welcomed to Louisville by Bish op Mayors Representative and Editors Plans Outlined For Securing a Telegraph and CableI Service APPROVE WORK OF THE OFFICERS The Catholic Press Association organized last year at Columbus Ohio met in this city for the second annual convention on Friday of last week the sessions being hold In the Red Room of the Seelbach Hotel Right Rev DenisI ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville welcomed the members of the association and vie istors to Louisville and in strong terms commended the Catholic weekly press for the noble work it was doing He was extremely happy In his remarks which were warmly applauded Hon J W S Clements representing Mayor Head who was absent from the city gave the con vention a hearty greeting while Rev Father Louis G Deppen of the Record and William M Higgins of the Kentucky Irish American spoke for the local press The re sponse was made by Edward J I Cooney of the Providence Visitor the founder and first President of the Association Fiftytwo Catholic publications were represented by their editors and managers and the result of the first year of the association showed I that the foundation had been laid and much done that would advance t the Catholic press President Cooney I and the body got down to work atI1I once the utmost harmony and food ItsessionsI public The first report was that of the News Bureau submitted by Charles J Jaegle of the Pittsburgh Observer Chairman Jaegle and his assistants who were Nicholas Conner Rev Peter E Blessing J i F C hilt ami Rev O T Maenell Mad lYcmnuch time to the work or i this bureau and had succeeded in I arranging for a reliable cable and i from Rome and a t news service that would cover the I United States both of which could I begin operation next month This I I report met with hearty approval and I IIItIIII beIIforeII I 11Archbishop111 Muldoon made their appearance and I II after the hearty greeting accorded I them spoke words of encouragement and advice urging the editors to better work wherever possible Be I fore the evening adjournment Will lam M Higgins Rev John Burke C S P and Dr Thomas P Hart were named a committee to Invite Hon Henry Watterson to address the body on Saturday Editor WatI terson expressed regret that previous engagements prevented his accept ance of what would have been toI him a great and real pleasure I Saturday they report of tho Lit erature Bureau was received rec ommending the highest standard possible Stirring addresses were made by Rev John J Burke C S P Rev Father I Roche and Dr Thomas P OHagan after which the report was concurred In by unan imous vote Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott was seen to enter the I room and when called upon biPresident Cooney responded with a ringing address The report of the IIInI greetings to Pope Plus X protesting I against restrictive Immigration measures and pledging assistance to the social work undertaken by the CatholIc Federation BIshop HintII ley of Columbus honorary President of the association addressed the delegates and expressed hisI pleasure at the progress made de claring that more efficient resultsI were assured for the near future Cincinnati Los Angeles and San Francisco wanted the next conven tion but the invitation of Archbishop Messmer to meet in Mil waukee was accepted The following officers were elect ed for the ensuing year Honorary President the Right Rev J J Hartley D D Bishop of Columbus Ohio President Edward J Cooney Providence R L Vice President the Rev J H Cotter Buffalo N Y Secretary Claude M Becker Brook lynN Y Treasurer Charles J Jaegle Pittsburgh Board of Directors the Rev Jdhn J Burke C S Pt New York the Rev Edward Spillane S L of America New York and James T Carroll Colum bus Ohio News Bureau Nicholas Gonnar Dubuque Iowa Charles J Jaegle Pittsburgh the Rev J T- Roche Toronto William H Hughes and the Rev O T Magnell Detroit Literature Committee the Rev John J Burke C s P New York Mrs Frances B Sulllvan ConloB Detroit tne Rev Father Kinney S JM of America New York Dr Conde Fallen editor of the Cath oUelnorclopetUa and Arthur J Kennedy ot Newport AdvertMn r Bureau Nwar L Cooney Froti cjI 1Li I donceR I A n Lyons Cleveland P OMahonoy Indianapolis and Mrs Mary D Finan of Chicago- A banquet tendered by tho Louis ville Convention and Publicity League at U o Seelbach brought the meet to a happy close Denny B Good spoke for Louisville and Rev Father Kuhlman S J responded for the association William M Hig bins and Rev Father Deppen were also called upon and congratulated the editors on the success of their convention In concluding all Joined in singing Old Kentucky Home GOES TO CALIFORNIA D J HENNESSY I Delegate From Kentucky to Y M I Supreme Counc- ilBOOMERANG Hatchet Throwing Loses Suffragettes Irish Party Support The conduct of the suffragists in connection with the Prime Mln isters visit to Dublin has loet them andIparty supporters of the womens movement and although they were aware many of Its leaders in Ireland were hostile to home TUle they sup ported their demands In this matter Mrs Redmond and her daughters gave their adherence to the movement but their experience during I the Premiers visit has completely I chan ed their vtewa FlayaRed mondltes are also realizing that fife hatchetthrowers are animated more by a desire to kill home rule by discrediting the present Government than they are to secure votes for women At any rate quite a rave I lutionary change has come over the memI I League founded by Anna Parnell I sister of the famous Irish leader 1the stanch supporters of the suf demand but this intuential support too is now withdrawn and all that is left is a small section of women in Dublin and Belfast who have never had any sympathy with the national aspirations of their native land In fact the deeper the Investigations are pressed into the J hatchetthrowing the more Orange Toryism is revealed behind tho violent suffragettism It is no won der under these circumstances that I the friends of the constitutional movement for womens rights despair of success for their cause The hatchet thrown in Dublin at Mr1I Asquith is Indeed proving a boomerang In effect HOME FOR CANCER VICTIMS After laboring twelve years Mother M Alphonsa Lathrop a daughter of Nathaniel Hawthorne I I with the assistance of Sister Mary Rose and friends has completed a I new five story building for St Roses Free Home for Incurable Cancer at I 71 Jackson street New York This structure which is between Corlears I place and East River Is having the finishing touches put upon Its inter I ior and Mother Alphonsa Is arrang ing with Cardinal Farley to have II publicIcoremonypossession early in October When this home Is opened the original cancer cottage of Mother Alphonsa at 426 Cherry street will be abandoned and the seventeen patients and four sisters will be moved to the new building in which there will be room for 100 victims of the disease FATHER YORKS ANNUAL Catholics of the city are reminded of the annual plcnlcto be given next Wednesday at Phoenix Hill Park by Father Thomas York and the people of st Pauls congregation which will also bo a home coming for the thousand young men and women who received their first communion In St Pauls church In addition to many amusements there will be grand euchre and lotto contests with 10 in gold as the first prize A supper will also be served foV which tholadlea have prepared an excellent menu KEPT OPEN HOUSE There was no business ot 1m pornce at tile meeting of Maekln Council tbls week but a large at tendance li looked for Monday night The boys kept open house for three days In tenor of delegates and vis itors to the Federation convention who were loud in their praise of tillI rKr and the beautiful float that represented them in the parade a Q n FEDERATION I VcconipIislicM Much Good York at Its Convention Here Intelligent Action On Questions- of Widespread Public Interest All Pleased With Their Itccep tlon and Entertainment In Louisville NEXT MEETING AT MILWALKEE Louisville this week had the greatest Catholic gathering In Its history attracted here by the Cath olic Federation convention tho most successful In the history of that body To give in detail the proceedings would require many pages and therefore the Kentucky Irish American can give only a summary of its work The conven tion opened Monday morning in the convention hall of the Galt House with Archbishops Bishops church dignitaries and over 400 delegates present representing all sections cf the country Archbishop Messmer delivered the invocation and prepared the congratulatory message sent the Holy Father President Feeney and Secretary Matre sub mitted lengthy reports of the work of the last year and making sugges tions for the future During the afternoon able addresses were delivered touching upon social and other problems and at night there was a musicale at the Armory attended by over 500 people Tuesday the convention heard recomendntions for a limited divorce law excoriations of immoral plays books art and advertisements re ports on Catholic educational condi tions and methods and decided to form a National League of Catholic Women Most Rev John Bonzano Papal Delegate Bishop James A McFaul Sioux Chief Hollow Bear Horn Lieut Gov Edward J Mc Dermott Father J H Dorsey and John S Leahy made stirring addresses at n mass meeting in the Armory at night when Bishop Mc Faul said A splendid example of lb a ssastnlatrldotlrtAaIaItr SAPdemonstrated on1 the streets of Louisville last Sunday and I want to congratulate publicly Bishop ODonaghue and the mon who wonI further that It will go down in historyWednesday was the real business day when the following message from the Holy Father was received The Holy Father thanks the American Federation of Catholic Societies for Us expression of filial love and sends to all assembled In convention his Apostolic blessing A temporary organization of the Catholic Womans League was perfected and for furthering the work of the Federation 10000 was pledged Mrs Elizabeth Bennett and Miss Mary Corcoran of this city ire members of the committee that will report next year The election of officers was reported as follows PresidentCharles I Dnehcaud New Orleans- First Vice PresidentThomas P Flynn Chicago Second Vice President J A Coller Shakopee Minn Third Vice President Joseph Frey New York Fourth Vice President J J Hynes Buffalo Fifth Vice PresidentJames J Regan St Paul Minn Sixth Vice PresidentDr Peter Ganz Louisville SecretaryAnthony Matre St LonlsTreasurerF W Heckenkamp Jr Quincy 111 Marshal J W West Kansas City Kas IColor Bearer Chief Hollow Horn Bear IThe committees named forthe en suing years are as follows LawA V D Watterson Pitts burg Judge M F Girten Chicago Walter George Smith PhiladelphiaI Judge John Stt Paul New Orleans Joseph Fargis NeW York Francis J Sullivan Brooklyn E J Cooney Louisville Finance Dr F Gaudln Now Orleans F po Leonard 1St Louis Peter Wallrath Evansvllle C B I Kessing pittsburg Cincinnati Richard Ennis Social ServiceRight Rev Bishop Muldpon Chairman Very Rev Cavanagh Notre Dame Prof Hagertyt Columbus Rev P Dietz I Milwaukee C I Denechaud t New Orleans I Public MoralsEdward Tierney Brooklyn Thomas H Cannon Chi cago Anthony Matre St Louis Rev F Helermah Cincinnati Associate MembershipF W Heckencamp Jr Quincy John Whalen New York 0 Wallace EIpoYlePlttsburgh I The convention was brought to a happy close with a banquet to the clergy and civil officers at the Gait House Wednesday night when good fellowship reignedI supreme Mo 11 than 1100 guests sat down at the banquet table and Bishop ODenag hue with those specially invited occupied ia fable on a raised platform at the front of the ball Eugene CT Cooney presided an toastmaster suit WM brief inibis Introduction Owing totbelatsnsse of tba kovr ar the addresses were cut short Bishop ODonaghue speaking of the diocese commended the work of his priests and express dfthe hope that all would carry aw Yi pleasant rec ollections He was also glad to be able to entertain them with the great parade they witnessed The Power of the Catholic Press was responded to by John Paul Chow of St Louis He addressed himself to the clergy and appealed for a more liberal support of Catholic weekly papers causing ripplesvof laughter at frequent intervals v The Parish Priest and Parish Societies was the toast of the Very Rev James P Cronin Vicar Gen eral of the diocese and pastor of St Patricks church Father Cronin made only a feY remarks in which he pointed to the cooperation of priest and people which made the parade of Sunday such a success He had words of praise for those who had given their time End made pos sible the great pageant Judge Matt ODoherty was the last speaker and responding to The Church and Social Order delivered the principal address of the evening Ho was given closer attention and elicited frequent applause Judge ODoherty asserted with emphasis that the Catholic church realizes today as when she I subdued the pagan Roman and the fierce bar barian from the North that the real battle of civilization must be waged and won in the hearts of men and that there can bo no r civilization without morality The great truths the church teaches that have freed mankind are that society Itself is of divine origin that menmay make the kinds of government they wish be it monarchy or republic but that God Is the supreme power in tne universe and demand obedience to his law The Catholic church stands for rightful authority on one hand and liberty on the other All good citizens are agreed that any roan or class of men who will seek to advance any cause no matter how right they may thin It to be by fraud or deceit or violence are criminals and anarchists We must seek In the church the only institu tion which can instill into mens hearts the dread of such action J VELJONE Columbia Athletic Clubs- Reception For Vlsltoi R The Columbia AlftletIc Clubs home on East stC rlue street presented a gay scone tter tiiepar ad Sunday SJa ptfex itMn ik p officers of the Catholic Knights of America the Jasper Knights and the young ladles who adorned their two beautiful floats Supreme President Felix Gaudin and other speakers congratulated the young men of Germantown on their beauti ful home and the splendid showing made after which a light collation was served After the departure of the visitors there was a musicale in the parlors when a number of choice selections were rendered The Columbia Athletic Club Is a live wire organization andlt is predicted that it will not be long until the remaining debt of 3000 on its splendid home will be entirely obliterated CATHOLIC BASEBALL LEAGUE The victory of St Charles over St William last Sunday practically clinched the pennant for the former as the season closes September 15 and at the same time made the fight for second place a close one as the Holy Trinity team in sixth place is only two and onehalf games behind St William in second place The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows St William VS4 St Louis QBertrand St Anthony vs St Charles St Martin vs Holy Trinity at Shawnee Park and Holy Cross vs St Brlgld at Spring Bank Park The standing to date Clubs W L Pct St Charles 14 2 875 St William 11 6 647 St Anthony 9 7 563 Holy Cross 9 8 529 St Louis Bertrand 9 8 529 Hply Trinity 8 8 600 St Brlgld r 5 11 313 St Martins 1 M6 059 RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Thomas Ridge who died on Friday of last week was held Monday morning at St Pat ricks church the Interment being In St Louis cemetery He was a brotherinlaw of Thomas Bailey 1817 Owen street Monday morning Rev Father Copulff officiated at the funeral obsequies over the remains of Mar cus Dettllnger at the Church of Our Lady in Portland For years the deceased had been a resident of that parish and was held in high esteem by a wide circle of acquaintances Last Saturday night death claimed Annie Mario Kippes beloved wifeI of August Kippes 1636 Prentice street Mrs Kippes was but twenty three years of age and her demiseI lIS mourned throughout tho section where she lived Her funeral took fromStIexemplary member I The funeral of Ben Kupper theI well known retired grocer took place Monday morning from St Johns church For years he had been In buelneee at Fifteenth and Broadway MrXupprwa41 sixty years old and dropped dead of heart disease while readla a newspaper Grief over the death pt his wits three weeks ago la j thought to have hastened Ate cud u GORGEOUS Spcetaele Presented by Monster Parade Last Sunday Afternoon Its Beauty and Strength Riv Ned Greatest World Festivals livery Float and Division Por trayed Spirit of True Patliotlsmcc I WINS PUBLIC COMMENDAHON Never before In the history of Louisville was there seen such a gorgeous and Imposing spectacle as that witnessed last Sunday by the hundreds of thousands who viewed the magnificent and spectacular AmericanFedQration the high church dignitaries and dis tinguished visitors here from all daydawnedwhere throughout the city were evidences of life and Interest In the grand pageant that was soon to fol I6w the Pontifical high mass at the CathedralEscorted by the Knights of St John and the Uniform Rank Cath olic Knights of America Bishop ODonaghue and the Papal Delegate Most Rev John Bonzano arrived at tho Cathedral where a Pontifical high mass was celebrated with all the pomp and splendor of the Cath olic church The officers of the mass besides Archbishop Bonzano the celebrant were the Very Rev Vicar General James P Cronin as sistant priest deacon of the mass the Rev P M J Rock pastor of the Cathedral subdeacon the Rev Mr Wessling who is now a deacon of the church and shortly will be ordained a priest deacons of honor the Rev Louis Ohle pastor of St Martins church and the Very Rev T S McGovern prior of St Louis Bertrand church and convent first master of ceremonies the Rev Dr George W SchUhmann pastor of St Jphns church and second master of ceremonies the Rev liMaugmented by fifty voices sang the mass and at the gospel Bishop Mc Paul ascended the pulpit and preached a powerful sermon In tho sanctuary and front pews were the Archbishops Bishops priests Gov ernor Mayor and other State and city officials numbering hundreds Promptly at 2 oclock the signal was given and the mounted police commanded by Sergeant Maloney swung into line closely followed by Col Colston and two companies of the First Regiment Next came Col John H Whallen and staff all of whom were attired in white uni forms and riding handsomely capar isoned horses Then in succession came the Knights of St John and the Catholic Knights Uniform Rank In parade uniforms the Y M L wearing the national colors the Knights of Columbus with straw hats and blue suits covering two squares the St Vincent de Paul Society with white hats Holy Trin itys men St iBriglds and St Eliza beths men all distinctive the Columbia Athletic Club St Louis Bertrands with their Immense num ber carrying parasols and led by Father McGovern St Frances of Rome parish St Matthews congre gation St Martins splendid delega tlon children of St Josephs Orphanage St Aloyslus and St Jo sephs parishes St Agnes parish St Peter Clavers St Johns St Elizabeths St Pauls St Boniface St Michaels the Catholic Order of Foresters St Andrews Benevolent Society St Georges church Pre sentation Academy St Annes St Columbas St Helens and Holy same all attired in distinctive manner with red white and blue pre dominating everywhere Here came Father Cronin and St Patricks men followed by the Hibernians In full strength and wearing green hats A large delegation from St Cecilias an imposing display from St Augustines and a long line from St Charles following James Hackett and Peter OReilly on spirited chargers The rear was brought up by Holy Cross congregation which gave the whole al fitting climax t Not until after 6 oclock did this division reach the disbanding point at Third and Broadway Upon all sides were heard words of praise for the discipline main tained and the precision with which every detail was executed For this everybody gives credit to Col John H Whallen and Alderman Barney Campbell who spent months in arranging for the parade in which there was not even a single accident or unpleasant incident According I to the most reliable figures there were 21000 men In line with B6QO t women and children In the floats and carriages There were 5200 horses In tho parade which was nearly eight miles In length and was fully three hours in passing the Cathedral where it was reviewed by the Papal Delegate Governor Mayor the church dignitaries and the American Federation But to describe the floats Is al most next to impossible As Bishop Muldoon said Words will teipreea the feeling AH were ratartistic and beautiful and compari eon would b superfluous Mkny rave Holy Cross first 1It Louis Bertrands and its lovely girls and the Catholic Knights were every where applauded And so were the floats representing St Patricks St Michaels the A 0 H and Ladles Auxiliary the Columbia Athletic Club the Foresters the Y M I Knights of Columbus Holy Trinity and St James the cowboy women from St Matthews St Aloysius float the tableau of St Josephs and Presentation Academy St Johns with its large golden eagle St Boniface float St Mary Magdalens Joan of Arc St Anns St Augus tines St Charles Borromeo Father Cronins green electric auto the Liberty and Justice of Holy Cross and the very many others which kept the spectators bewildered and favoring first one and then the other as they passed This feature was added to by the hundreds of tastefully decorated automobiles and conveyances that followed the floats which were in line with their respective societies and parishes PROMINENT AT FEDERATION RICHARD A ENNIS PresidentIPennsylvanla Federation of Catholic Societies FINE TRIP Trinity Council Excursion to Famous Mammoth 1IfJ Cave Trinity Council Y M I will give an excursion to Mammoth Cave on Sunday September 1 the round trip fare being only 550 This will Include meals at hotel guide fees etCThe train will leave Tenth xrrlvring1atlMammotkCave arrive home at a seasonable hour For the benefit of those who have never viewed this worlds wonder we reproduce the following In the year 1809 a hunter named Hutchins pursuing a bear entered a marvelous cavern in Kentucky which has been shown by investiga tion through the years to be the most remarkable cave on the Ameri can continent It is located in Ed monson county and within the limits of this county are several thousand sink holes and about 500 open caverns Mammoth Cave itself covers more than ten miles The main cave extends like a deserted river bed through a succession of arches and domes for over six miles where it is closed by a pile of fallen rocks In tho rotunda of this cave are found relics of old saltpetre works New objects of Interest meet one at every turn and wonderful effects are produced by the stalactites and stalagmites The former are like great icicles hang Ing from the roof They have been produced by water percolating through ands partly dissolving the limestone Each additional drop of water hardening on the end of the stalacite Increases its length A stalagmite is the same kind of formation though it Is built up from the floor by the drops that fall upon it from the ceiling Some times these extend upward and downward until they meet forming beautiful columns The Bottom less Pit is on a terrifying scale and extending as It does entirely across the avenue was long an effectual bar to the progress of tour ists Finally a bridge was thrown across it Though a substantial one for the sake of perfect safety this lIs renewed frequently Loaning over the handrails a tourist can safely admire blazing rolls of paper as they are whirled to and fro by the guide and then slowly sink one hun dred and seventyfive feet lighting up the wrinkles and furrows made by the torrents flow during untold ages ST ANNS LAWN FETE Next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and evening a lawn fete and entertainment for the benefit of St Anns church will be given on the church grounds at Seventh and Davies avenue For some tlmo past Father Hill and his people have been working for this event and a goodI time has been arranged for all who attend There have been few lawn fetes this season and therefore many are expected For those who wish the ladles will serve an elegant supper The Sixth street cars will con vey pooplo to the grounds Wednes day evening the prize will be awarded the one selling the largest number of tickets EMIGRANTS TO BE PROJECTED A Rome cablegram says It la announced there that the Pope Intends to establish at Palermo a home for Italian emigrants women and chit dren who are refuted admission to the United Btatea and art tent back home It will be managed by mil alonarlM iIi 1f j I BILL SAIL F Government Is Determined to Push Home Rule to Final Success The Liberals Really Suffered No Great Loss In Manchester- Defeat Resignation of Master of KlilmnJc Will Be Felt by Ills Party HASADJOURNEDWith pers proclaim a big victory In tho Manchester election They shout that this Is the beginning of the end oppositionforceand declare tho home rule bill Is dead This exultation Is rather over done cables T P OConnor M P alwaysToryyears by Winston Churchills com manding personality and the dread of all the cotton Lords Liberal or Tory of their Industry being ruined by protection The Tory candidate protectionIdeavictory that he denied protection as an Issue and the Tory free traders who supported him begged him to say as little as possible on the sub jectTho defeat of the Liberals was an ticipated from the beginning for sev eral reasons The first Brie was that the cotton Lords resent Lloyd Georges heavy taxation on the cap italists and the landlords and sec ondly the insurance act still is un popular especially among the small employers of labor and with certain sections of the workmen who object to the compulsory thrift and have been stuffed with gigantic Tied by the Tory speakers It Is thought posFsible that Manchester will return to the allegiance with free trade at the general election Anyhow the LIb- erals take the defeat quite calmly The other recent elections reveal 4 no steady current against the Government Hanley was won in spits of a three cornered fight by asplen didhrtitatinrtfv n1Rthonsl + Cren i J lost by aO triangular fight the votes for the Liberal and Labor candidates j professing identically the same twin ciples were a majority and the Tory member represents a minority constituency There is no relaxation whatever in the determination of the Government to push forward the home rule bill to final success Tho Liberals are really more dis tressed over the resignation of tho Master of Ellbank than the defeat lIn Manchester His winning person ality tact energy and shrewdneSS were an invaluable asset to his party His resignation was entirely duet tho necessity of providing for the members of his family who have no 9 fortune except a small and embar rassed estate but the Master of Eli bank did not retire until be had made the way smooth for the remaining stages of home rule and helped the Government over the last few weeks He got all the finance and all the small measures finally disposed of before the end of this session and thus the progress of the home rule bill can not be interrupted In the autumn sittings One of the last acts of the great whip was to fix the time table and tho other terms of the drastic closure These will bo proposed within a few days of tho meeting of Parliament and Itls anticipated that the Tories will make a tremendous scene of stage machined disorder when these proposals are madeJRumors are current that the Tories plan some great coup In Ulster dur- Ing tho month of September though noobdy can guess what they Intend to do They claim they will show that home rule is Impossible but they miscalculate English opinion The rowdyism In Belfast turned Eng land and especially the working classes decisively and finally against them and the persecutions of Eng list Liberals and Irish Nationalists workers in the shipyards qdd to the general disgust Parliament has risen until October and the members havo scattered In all directions to recuperate after an exciting session No new reputations have been made but one at least has come perilously near being lost that of tho leader of the opposition rn the Inner circles of the Unionists the hope Is often expressed that Balfour will again take toe loader ship of the party This ho will not do and therefore the question of leadership remains a problem ANNUAL PICNIC Everybody should visit Sprhi Bank Park next Tuesday when the annual day and night picnic of St Michaels church will take place Rev Martin OConnor and the parish committees have made perfect arrangements for the entertainment of a big cr wdand will provide plenty of amusements and a great meal at little cost Features will be a ball game between teams of the Catholic League the lotto and euchre games both afternoon nod 0 evening and a number of novelties FatherOConnor says they mad a good float In the parade and pOKa they wiU have a good pkmtc te which allfrlgads of at MiohMla are Invited J t i I I KENIUO Y 0 ixii A ERJOAN I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN4s- vs4el te the Social and Mord AJ MceMMeii el Irish AaerictM ans Cstirilcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC it t1o LoeliTlIU PoitofHca M SecondClass fUttr1 1ntrdIHrett all CornustcatInnp to thi KEN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Orcea St 4LOUISVILLE KYv SATURDAY AUGUST 24 1912 FEDERATION AND EDUOATION I c The Educational Section of the Catholic Federation convention gave r much time to the consideration of educational problems and the fol lowing report which makes plain the Catholic position was adopted We again proclaim the inherent right of the Catholic child to a f Catholic education We exhort all parents and guardians of Catholic children to give them the benefit of a Catholic elementaty collegiate and university training We regard with satisfaction the progress that has been mode toward the unification of all our Catholic schools in a well articulated system based on educa tional principles that are in thorough accord with the sound pedagogy and the teachings of the church To promote CathoUc secondary i education we approve and i encourage the multiplication of Catholic high schools throughout the country We again Insist that all schools contributing to good citizenship are entitled to equal support from the State In view of great number of universities and 4ltthe already established ir our country and of the widely differing religious beliefs of the diverse clements of our population na also ol the increasing burden of taxation I for educational purposes we regard the project to establish a national university under Federal control c and with Federal support as super fluous and impracticable We disapprove of the custom ol holding the closing exercises of State and public schools in denominational o churches Appreciating the efforts of n6nCathollcs toward moral teaching based upon religions prin clpl s nevertheless we most em phatically protest against the Introduction of Bible readings into the public schools i A BAPTIST VIEW The staid old Western Recorder I ajBaptisfijocal paper has the follow g tosaYr ol tnerecentr a MiI federation I Some ten or more years ago the long and patient efforts of the Cath i olio priests succeeded in welding together a Federation of the lay men We said at that time no worse thing for this country had ever 4happened Before that the German Catholics had voted the Republican I tcket and the Irish the Democratic Now they vote as a unit for whatever candidate will promise the most for the Catholic church And they hold the balance of power In severa Northern States In the South the Catholics have voted for whatever candidates would promise the most I for their church in municipal elec lions But in other elections the negro question came in So the I meeting of the Federation was held In Louisville in the hope of getting the Southern Catholics to fall in all along the line and with the hope Cof carrying Kentucky for whatever k kcandidate the priests chose because L he promises most The parade was i about the largets and finest over 1 seen in our streets All fairminded citizens are sorry i to see the Recorder adopting A P A I 4tcndencies and turning from Its own field to attack thO Catholic church and this too at a time when its efforts are needed so badly in bold c lag the good old Baptist ship t together as is evidenced by the following also taken from its it columns The church which works one fourth time is as bad off as a bus ness house that is closed three r fourths of the time customers forget It in the long intervals Onethrd of the Baptist churches of Missouri are closed every Sunday They do not seem to believe in Sunday open- Ing This means on the basis of 1600 churches of course that more p than 500 Baptist churches in Mis souri are not dglng any business for tke Lord on Sunday If there are 1700 churches stho proportion is Igreater 1JPll SOCIAL SERVICE I Right Rev Peter i Muldoon the able Bishop of Rockford appealing for support for the Federation social i Iservice asked the aid of t the Catholic editors and said The papers are speaking against Socialism but very few tell us what to do to otfset Socialisml There is a raon for Socialism You may talk r ail fo I keabalt the work of the 1Ylaceat de OPaal Society which is K iffMt work and the other works OfiJae Catholic men and women in I IA1a Ifut to get at the basis oft this Socialist problem we mutt go out totJae OOlalMtteJllentfid see what gi to M JdoJlelnth plaesl to vfcleh our young people arc goliig TilL know that there are people in J tt n4ltpirdl do not 1uul r 4stad o tbsD lctthey dp not JNWW t- si = r V Catholic church to build up the social structure I believe we should help the poor people to better themselves I believe in teaching poor women how to cook Some people say they do not want It They do want it and they are going to get it I There are plenty of women learning It at the Y W 0 A nlln the set I tlement houses Now will you stand behind us as an association and help us to put before the people the in formation of what Socialism Is and how it should be dealt with Anyone can tear down a building but it takes properly trained men to build one correctly Will you give us I I your help in building up Catholic I sentiment We want to work along all social lines I am deeply I interested in the social questions of this country and this work has been I neglected or has run away from us I No Bishop or priest can do it I had a talk with a young lady who isI on the public press in Chicago She asked Cant you start a national social service league for Catholic i people Later she said Dont have too much Bishop or priest in It Those people that would get into it would save their souls anyay Let us go out among the young people where they are going to work H we are going to overthrow Socialism I we must attract the Socialists tb us j We must show them that we can give them what they want and yet ac cording to the law of God We must stand behind them We must pour oil on their wounds and surely there Is no kindlier balm than comes from the side of Jesus Christ suffering for humanity- STANDASTOLABOR There can be no question as to the friendly attitude of the Catholic Federation toward organized labor Here Is the declaration made by the convention Just held here Upon the basis of Pope Leos encyclical on labor we express our sympathy with every legitimate ef LqtLtDjhathii4tathaUa try f ffunnecessary Sunday work to obtain a living wage to enable the workers to lIvo in frugal comfort I reasonable hours of work protection of life and limb abolition of child labor just compensation in case of Injury the proper moral and sanitary conditions In the home the shop the mine and the factory and we pledge our support to all legisla tive actlon Instituted to thle end We furthermore sympathize with the aspirations of the workers to better their condition by organized effort in conservative trade unions and while we sympathize with the movement for collective bargaining and I trade agreements conciliations and arbitration of industrial disputes even with the aid of the law we urge upon all Catholics in the or ganized labor movement to use all their influence against the propa ganda of class hatred and any Illegitimate social unrest in the trade union movement of America We urge all possible cooperation with other institutions providing for the welfare of the more handicapped members of society the emigrant the colonist the unorganized worker and the helpless We recommend spclal study circles lecture courses conferences Institutes for merchants and mechanics and the study of cooperative movements especially among farmers PREPARED The Government Is fully prepared for trouble in Ulster the Dublin IrIsh Times said Saturday The anti home rulers may make good their threats of revolt the paper con tinues but their revolt will not last long because preparations have been made for suppressing it with the utmost vigor The preparations of the Ulster rifle clubs are being watched with the keenest interest concludes the beinghetdthe military the constabulary and the officials at Dublin Castle Mil itary plans have boOn completed to cope with any emergency Belfast has been carefully mapped out with anydturbaacet1sages are constantly passing between Dublin Castle and the Home Office nAnnY SUCCEEDS GRANT I Major Gen Tnomas Barry U 8 MilitaryAcademyassigned to tSe command of the lt8rsinMajorj Genii Frederick DGraaLGeL Berry who Iis an trishAiaeri unanll A Catholic haft aa unsur passed ttlUtttr rowr sd in army llrcta Mr promotion If yrbnMicMid th Veti tkftt hiM asafe II r J- IJ on 1 SOCIETYi li SI Miss Molly Curry has had as her guest Miss Mary GenQon of Chi cagoII Misses Katherine Tmmons and May Hanlon are visiting Mammoth CaveS K Higgins was a Louisville vis itor in Now York City for several days last week y I IMisses Tilllo C Everln and Cecilia Tlvonan are spending two weeks at Bar Harbor Mich II Miss Katie Driscoll spent a pleas ant week as the guest of Miss Ellen Collins at NEW Castle Misses Susie and Alice Walsh of Now Albany left Monday on a visit to friends in Cloverpprt Capt M J Hogan of the local police department is spending his vacation at Dawson Springs Mrs Thomas Broderlck and chil dren are home after a visit to Mrs Virginia Greer at Taylorsville Miss Mary Agnes Burke has been visiting in Pewee Valley the guest of her aunt Mrs A C Murphy Miss Maud Davis and brother Norwood Davis have gone to Can ada to be absent until October Misses Annie and Maggie Llnton were guests last week of the MlssesI Cummings at Bardstowh Miss Lillian McNulty has gone with a party of friends to spend the rest of the summer In North Car olina Misses Theresa Kehbe and Mabel and Fannie Canty are enjoying a two weeks sojourn at West Baden Springs Leo J Schulten is now in Europe having sailed a week ago from New York on the George Washington for Bremen Miss Mayme McAullffe of Jeffer Bonvllle spent last week In Frank fort as the guest of her cousins the Misses LIllis Miss Mildred Sower has gone to Frankfort to spend a month with her grandparents Mr and Mrs James Sower Miss Mary G Ridge has just re turned from Indianapolis where she was the guest of relatives for the past six weeks Misses KatherIne McAughan and Ann OKeefe returned Mqnday after a two weeks visit to New York and Atlantic City Miss Aileen Ryan of South Louisville was last week a visitor at Lebanon Junction the guest of her aupt Miss Eva Arnold V l M 1r d as recentt guestsV Misses t MarY Staeuble of Syracuse and Antoinette and Clara Staeuble Miss Mary Burke of 717 Hill street has Just returned from Pewee Valley Ky She was the guest of her cousin Mrs Albert Murphy Mrs Mary ONell and niece Miss Kennedy and Miss Maggie Fogarty of JeffersonvlHe have been spend ing the past week In Cincinnati oi Mr and Mrs Lawrence Donahue South Louisville have been entertaining Mr and Mrs Fred Donahue and daughter Cleo of Covington I Misses Mayme and Blanche Tobln of Frankfort were here the past week as the guests of Col John H Whallen and granddaughters- Miss Mae Hagel of New Albany leaves tomorrow for an extended visit to relatives and friends in Ohio Pennsylvania and tie East J W McDermott formerly of this city has located at Bellevue Ohio where his wife will join him aster a visit with her mother Mrs J J Divine A delightful reception was tendered Miss Nahoma Bird ofI England at the home of Miss Mar cella CoIl In Jeffersonville on SaturdayMrs Winifred Hennessy and daughter Miss Mamie are visitingII at St CatherInes today guests of Sister Mary Joachim the Mother Superior I IMr and Mrs James McCarthy have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Frances May McCarthy to Martin Ochsner Jr a prominent young resident of St Matthews Their marriage will take place next month Miss Margaret Smith of St Louis who has been visiting here for the past couple of weeks as tho guest off Mies Mayme Flynn of 1721 Baird street left for home today Miss Smith is the daughter of exChief of Detectives James H Smith of St Louis and was here principally for the Federation in which she took an active part both in tho parade and convention A delightful surprise reception was given at Miss Mary Hullaneys residence In honor of the nineteenth birthday of Miss Alma C Score The parlors and tables were beautifully decorated One of the features of the reception was the introduction of I the pelifhtYparChalr at the table Those present to enjoy aImot pleasant evening were Misses Alma C Score Mary Mullaney rereea Malohey Katharine Baldwin Myrtle Score Btta Sullivan Margaret Connelly Martha Hanrahan Lillian Score Susan Mullaney Mary Hanrabaa Susan Connelly and JiaJiID1K111lan1clarif1 Lquhi 4 Walkmy Gregory Alwyj n eerja RlRgs T Bfc nte Cole- wan J Robert Ira Qeist IT t r a4 iI tt Fltzgibbon Thomas tf Heslin Leo J RIley and J Louis Walsh EUCIIRE LOTTO SUPPER For the benefit of St Augustines church a euchre and lotto party to be followed by a chicken supper onIand Fourteenth next Wednesday afternoon and night This congr gation is noted for the excellence of its chicken feasts and this one promises to be the best yet For the games there wilt be a number of handsome awards and a pleasant ctIingI score a success and cordially invite the general public to partake of the supper VISITS TIER SISTER Mrs John Campton who formerly resided here and had a wide acquaintance but for tho past twenty years has been making her home St Louis arrived in Louisville InII week for a ten days visit to sister Mrs Patrick Kelly 1846 Portland avenue When her presence became known many former acquaintances called to renew the old friendship formed long years agoI I RETURNS FROM EUROPE Miss Elenora Schaulle has returned from Europe where she spentI the past year touring Ireland France Germany Switzerland and Italy She saw all tho wonderful and beautiful sights in tho European capitals witnessed miraculous cures Lourdes and was received by His lat llness Pope Pius X While In she spent some time at The i Hague Rotterdam and Amsterdam JASPER AND RETURN I The only excursion of the season to Jasper Tndi is announced for Sunday September 15 over the Southern railway under the auspices I of the Central Committee C IC of A AJ1 remember the one last year which was greatly enjoyed and os the round trip will cost only 150 many will take advantage of this op I portunity of spending a day in the picturesque and Interesting Indiana city The Catholic Knights and cit izens of Jasper are preparing a great reception for the excursionists SEXTONS VS REKERS I If Manager Tack Hayden Is look for talent to bolster up the ling club during the remainder- of the season lie would do wise to have one of hlsi scouts look over the talent distributed between the Sex I tofLimerick tomorrow at Eclipse Park The lineups ale as follows Sex tonsJ OBrien c Cavanaugh pJ Casey 1 b Shelley 2 b Sextons s G OBrleik 3 b Lueblg r fJ Kelly c f Bash 1 f Rekers Connelly c Rfker p W Hanra ban 1 b OKffefe 2 b J Hanra han 3 b Dui s A Hines c I- QinnlJJldoOnrr l rf koo fMAYS1trThe Rev1 Father iP M Jopes pastor of St Patricks Catholic church at Maysvllle last week eels brated the thirtyfifth anniversary of his entering the priesthood Father Jones came to Maysvllle from Cynthlana taking the place of the Rev Father John B Glorleux and since his coming he has worked won ders for his congregation Con spicuous among his accomplishments is a church costing nearly 100000 L C V M N U The Catholic Young Mens I National Union which hold its national convention at Buffalo the first week of pext month was or ganized on Washingtons birthday 1875 Its objects are the cultivation of mutual acquaintance fraternal unity and Intellectual and physical training among Catholic youth and the promotion of their spiritual and temporal welfare especially by orI ganized effort For the past two yearsa movement has been underway to bring this and the Y MI into one organization with a na tional scope and on lines similar to theYMCAFISKE OHARA I Fiske OHara the talented young Irish actor will this season present the Rose of Kildare a new roman I tic play of great power Supporting him will be Miss Marie Quinn and one of the strongest companies seen iln any Jrlsh drama since the days of iBoucicnult Oscar Eagle who Iwell remembered in Louisville has personally supervised the staging of the Rose of Kildare FIske OHara Is a favorite in Louisville and theatergoers will welcome him and his new play ORIGIN OF NOVENA I The word novena Is applied to the practice of preparing by prayer and good works for certain feasts during nine days The first one that ever j tack plce was after the ascension We are told the apostles returned to Jerusalem and in obedience to a for mal command of Jesus Christ re mained in the upper room with the Immaculate Virgin and the other disciples to the number of one hun dred and twenty They continued I1m prayer expecting the coming of the Holy Ghost during nine days This practice is therefore not only apos tolical but of divine institution MOTHERS HIGHEST AMBITION The highest Ambition of an Irish mother is to be a mother of a priest To have her son stand at the altar of God and call down from his throne In heaven the Most High she will cheerfully toll her life through Wash and Iron and sew and darn 1 from morn illl midnight what matters it rheif i she is working for the education of that divinely chosen son And whfa the years of w rk have passed Hal she stanfr inlier nifty black t lit flrst Mass stan UflU els in hekven unset envy her tIt Soy LIt tJ J REV KELLY Methodist Pastor Further Ex plains Recent Card in Louis villa Herald Believes in Strict Interpretation of Church and State Separation Admires Catholic Church For Its Maintenance olPnrochlnlS- cJlOols EXPLAINS VIEWS IN INTERVIEW The Kentucky Irish American Is in receipt of the following communication from Rev F T Kelley pastor of the Wesley Methodist church at Twentythird and Jefferson streets To tho Kentucky Irish Anferl can Gentlemen In answer to your question In the Kentucky Irish anybody anybodyInequipmentInF T Kelley He has never been found among those that would take State funds directly or indirectly for sectarian purposes He firmly believes in the separation of Church and State and can not understand why all citizens both Catholic and Protestant should not adhere strictly to this long cherished AmerI- can principle The que lon he raised by his request of the Louis ville Herald is a political not a religious one and should be met frankly by all citizens Since the Governor of the State has now set a precedent by permitting the State troops to take part In a sectarian parade the question is now raised shall the practice continue Shall tho Baptists Methodists and all other denominations be granted the same favor Hoping to see the Kentucky Irish American on the right side of this question I remain very truly yours F T Kelley 2318 West Jefferson street In answer to Rev Kelleys ques tion the Kentucky Irish American can truthfully say that there would not be a single objection from any Catholic if the same privilege had been accorded a Methodist Baptist or any other church parade In addition to the above communication the writer paid the office a visit and while stating his views on the ques tion of separation of Church and State frankly acknowledged that he did not know that the Protestant Bible was being read dally in the public schools throughout the coun try in spite of the protests of Cath olics as evidenced by the resolution adopted by the Catholic Federation LoH I toodtht i WM strictly a separation of Church and State when the Men and Religious Forward Movement used the public parks for their services or when the Social Center movement uses our public schools at night for religious purposes The reverend gentleman also stated that he had to admire the Catholic church for the efforts It made to give the children a relig ious as well as secular education considering the heavy burden im posed upon its members by double school taxation The Kentucky Irish American can truthfully state that Rev Mr Kelloys course in being willing to debate the question openly and frankly is more to be admired than those who resort to underhanded methods In A P A organizations and If others would follow his example in wishing to settle such questions fairly religious bigotry and intolerance would become a thing of the past among men of all religionsINext Wednesday Right Rev Bishop ODunaghuo and Rev Pat rick Monaghan will visit Central City and dedicate the new and hand some St Josephs church Just erected by the Rev A G Meyering j A number of clergymen from the surrounding country will be present to assist at the ceremonies Father J Meyering has now one of the most I beautiful church edifices in Central City FIREMEN ON VACATION A number of our fire fighters are now enjoying their vacations at the nearby summer resorts among thetnlbeing Fergus Kennedy Frank Crory William Sabree William Fitzpatrick Capt Patrick Sheehan Eugene Sullivan Henry Conrad and William Haley All but the last Tfras accompanied by their wives SOCIAL CLUB PICNIC The Young Men s Social Club will give their annual festival and picnic at Schneiters Park next Tuesday and have made arrangements to give their friends and patrons a pleasant evening during which music and dancing will be special features Tha Committee of Arrangements ari I1o1111anoyI Owens I STRONQ CANDIDATE Judge James S PIrtle one of the leading members of the local bar 19JJ a candidate for the Democratic nosir nation for Circuit Judge Common Pleas branch which Judgeship was rested by the last Legislature page Plrtlehasbeen a faithful worker for Democracy in the past sn4 would attract many independent votes to the ticket if nominated I iiATIIX TOATOB i I WH R you are1 making a oak in I rhicX thii eotor te not q jM onable I 9 ClCftfMI iaittMd of milk nd 4a m the ehaaf of finrerj I- c 5H Trip to Mammoth Cave SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1912 550 Round Trip Including Railroad Fare Dinner and Cave Fee Auspices Trinity Council Y M I Train leaves Depot at 9 a m Returns 10 p m Refreshments on Tickets now on sale atL N City Ticket Office WALNUT ST THEATER OPENING OF THE SEASON Starting Sunday Matinee Aug 25 PRESENTS OKLAHOMAA Splendid Production Star Cast Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mati nees 25c- Nights and Sunday Matinee 2Sc 35c SOcWeek Stpt IJobn ODonnell IFONTAINE FERR The Park Beautiful vi XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matinees Including Sun day all seats lOc Night lOc and 20c Free Concerts Byjhtlellos Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS THE Bid PA- RKRIVERVIEW The Show Place of the South Open Day and Evening- With a variety of amusement affording a huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily concerts by Don Phtlipplnl and his band of thirtyfive SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 50 CENTSISO I On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the I seventyfiveeverySunday she meets I home aboutarrivingL I 50cIA Scapular Medal Free I Scapular medals have been authorized by the church to be worn instead of scapulars Wo will send you one free if you subscribe for the Child Apostle a sixteen page chil drens monthly costing only twenty five cents yearly It ia edited by a I priest especially for little ones and tilled with instructions short stories and pictures Stamps will do Ad dress The Child Apostle ItgB McCormick building Chicago in I KNIGHTS OOP COIMBE I Late News That Will Interest I ElseI where Denver Councils baseball team Is a strong contender for the city championship IThe scholarship founded by the Knights of Columbus for Boston College is now open for competition Many councils throughout the country have iTegun preparations for the celebration of Columbus day October 12 CathoUISUniversity raised at the rate of 100000 per year The last payment will be made before the Boston convention There will be an exemplification ot tho fourth degree in Louisville provided are received R A Watson is Master of the Kentucky district VISITS VENERABLE MOTHER Rev Father Daniel Gallagher of Cltrtoerable mother who came from relatIvesIncountrynESr THia YEAR Sylvester Rapier widely known hrojighbut Kentucky and now with the Commonwealth Life Insurance Company has been doing things for begladreports place him first among the gcmta of the industrial department his record standing out as the best made thjto year p BOYS THEY WANT There is a demand for good boys The boy who is honest earnest and ndustrlons will nqt be long out ol a lob There ar lots Qf prosperous mslnees men merchants aad me hanioeI who are constantly on the latlpok for good boys They do not oofc for them OB the strata how iTtr bat ia ome sot of eraploy IIIltIIt fTSey have no iii8 for as idle Iqjv Ha ia to apt to make an idle a Ji I a 5501TenthstreetI CUSCADENGIVES Green Trade Stamps- With Family Orders For ICE- CRI3AM PHONES Sia AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER I 419 W MARKET S- TMONUMENTS I Having purchased the entire stockof Monuments of the late 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 31832LVest Green St T oo New Muldoon Monument Go cuas fl ROocrs BOOK GO PRAYER ROOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of ih=1 r kind in the city Inks Magazines and Religious Articles Or MTJUT DMdUFTIOK 434 West Jefferson Street University of Noire llama Notre Dame Indiana HOME INPXUBNCK THOROUGH IN STRUCTION F1VH COZIKGBS Depart meuti of Ancient Classics letter History JournalismBiology HDgineerlnflPREPARATORY SCHOOL Students from everyjtate in the Union Variant courses COMMERCIAL SCHOOI Practical bust Dell courses ST EDWARDS IIAII for younger boys REV JOHN CAVANAtfGU C S D D President CB THOMPSON FI4OIT3ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH VENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed BUT AAI JJ1PULSP U DYER AND CLEANER Luims ad Guti WllrmE AJJflt WORK 8UARANTEEI Pka a63 528 Fiftk Strut HENRY flUNOLD OBAZ4IR IN Sttpli andd Fancy Grocirto A FI8ST8US5 SAMPLE MOM IN NNKECTliN Old Whittles a Speelalty UMfi oM 24L WALWIT iJ 7 0 I gE5TUOKY TSH AMERIOAN Wll1 STOVESLO- UISVILLE GAS GAS CO j AWNINQSAND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sate or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST t BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY I- IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IlJ w 8- WWJVUTT Dl DOUGHERTY S J McBLLIOTT s DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 H Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Antwirid Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET lt t t t t t t t t t t It t tt tirhn W If11TSSOU AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice I 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 cs it+ I I II 4 + 1141 II 1 4 + + ++f4 + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS Eat AdCaJLxx Stoeeet I A TRIAL WILL PROVE WHERE OTHERS FAILED THAT I Wmdleis RHEUIHlflTIG the BIT and SUREST rheumatic remedy on the market It Is lb by PHYSICIANS and praised by thousands For sale at all uptodate drug stores Did It Ever StriKe You IThat For 15 Years We Have Made Old Hats Like New National Nat Gleaning Works CON J KOLB Prop PANAMA AND STRAWS ClEANED M BLEACHED Hume Phone 5161 533 West Market Street Aiv soar fc07 MI eduoaUon that will i piepno tktiB lor ute ST XAVIERS COLLEGE ha W SreMway teYb1Xr Conducted by tke XavMttm Brothers Claeoleal citattflo and Business Courses Preparatory Departreent LarsSwimming Peal WeU Bqulpp 4 Oymna RuM Terms Moderate bre oT IIII6L 11 HERRMANN BROS lMPORTBas FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dtotlllwa and Wholesale iDeal era In PlaNt Brands of Ken f tweky WbkikkM Mp caliy JPearl of Nelson OTLBDnNBOJI1D tIfinilHf n 914 MXTMSTMtt J n Remedy THOMAS KEENAN fMMrai Dinclor anElhllrTEL- EPHONE HE All atabtcarrigea 1225 W MARKET ST HBOSSESON funeral Pirectorsf and Embalmers i aOJi1BaaAv rrrlv c- TLrYaea- U 18tiJ cr GREAT CAKE Should Be Exercised by Parents In Choosing Schools The time is coming to choose ia school for your children It you want them to profit by a higher education Shall it be the Catholic academy the public high school or some private business school Many par eats in determining this most Im portant question seem to think only of secular learning typewriting bookkeeping civics and other branches others dont trouble to think at all but follow the sentl mont or fancy of their children Yet there are other things far more worthy of consideration such as the faith and Innocence of your children their surroundings their compan ions the order and discipline of the school as these moral factors will decide the character and conduct of your children and their future hap plness Parents the future life of your children depends on the kind of education you give them now If you desire them to be staunch Cath olics pure and honorable In life and creditable to you you must pro vide a Catholic atmosphere for them and this you can not have outside the Catholic school Do not en danger their faith and virtue for a petty money consideration Their happiness and your happiness and the happiness of the family are worth the sacrifice of a few paltry dollarsYou may consider your boy pt girl strong enough on leaving the parish school at the age of thirteen or fourteen to face any conditions of life Well this is a fatal mistake for it is at just about that age that their passions are awakening and thalr minds are opening to the curious questions ofllfejwhen they need the fostering care and the guidance of religion all the more Imagine a child of inquisitive mind and of a nature open to every Im pression learning lessons of life at a nonCatholic school where relig ion is Ignored or mentioned only to eXIampleleads him to regard religion as of little or no account and scruples of conscience are laughed at as absurd- Ities Then your child begins to look upon piety as out of place and as a hindrance to free enjoyment He begins to doubt about the true religion the true church the Bible the word of God and the use of re ligious practices These doubts al ways follow sinful habits and loss of Innocence By degrees the corruption of bad example like blood poison creeps over the heart by degrees n change Is observed in the ways and tastes of your child And what wonder Companions and teachers are such sociable persons they are smart and witty and smiling and they are free to enjoy all kinds of parties and societies and amusements By degrees they entice your child into evil associations until he falls fascinated by an evil genius Thus the conditions In a nonCath olic school tend to Injure and corrupt Catholic virtue and to undermine and destroy the faith Now our faith is a priceless treas ure and the virtue and innocence of your child are worth more than gold or social prestige Our Catholic academies and colleges are well known to stand high in educational results and they possess the most devoted and accomplished teachers In choosing your school consider the future welfare and happiness ofIi those whom God has confided your care PEAVEK VALLEY Rev Father Does and the Catholics of Pewee Valley and vicinity are arranging an oldfashioned country picnic and dinner for their friends to be given at Scullys TuesdaylAugustreeling a new church there and the proceeds will go to help him in his meritorious work This will afford an excellent opportunity for tired city people to spend a really enjoyable i day in the country DELEGATE REDMOND William Redmond who is coming from Ireland as delegate tot the United Irish League convention at Philadelphia has sat for twenty nine years In Parliament a longer continuous period than has been served by any other member First representing Wexford town and then Fermanagh William Redmond has sat for East Clare for the past twenty years BISHOP VISITS ALASKA Right Rev Joseph Schrembs Bishop of Toledo returning from a trip to Alaska this week conducted the exercises for the annual retreat of the clergy of the archdiocese at Portland Ore PATROLMEN RECOVERING During the past week Patrolmen William Martin Edward OBryan V r Maloney P D McTlgho and William Cochran have been off duty because of illness but at last aa counts all were on the way to recov ery PRAISES CATHOLIC MISSIONS Bishop Medley a Protestant missionary in his work Tramps in Dark Mongolia says that one cannot but idmlra the ie1t abnegation that places and Keeps BO many cf our Catholic nlaeloparles fa regions where there are no social annehltjea tocbethem nor domestic Joys to solace them He adds it is still clear that the Idyll ot Nasareth and the tragedy of Calvary has power to maXe men ellua- ttoaany otherwise uncongenial taaki fond white he cannot accept thedtl ilpllue of the church lie quite un- grudgingly cdmiree tI1e spirit that dl ects tonarles and u6tini the lies of terml u HicAimre GIWWTJII IWlthla aa year the opal tioq rI- BuBo1 Aires i hu a riasd elmo t MM U Home PhflM 6S87 Cwno Mini U7 HENRY FUCH FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFP1CE Greenho IW Charles and Texas Streets SEE PfefferFOR Picnic Banners Signs and Show Cards I 126 S FOURTH AVENUE Opposite Vienna Bakery I WE FURNISH WAtt PAPER AND HANOI 15FOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FO- R35cj GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sts Cumb S 2692A Home 6226 PETER Mr ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 201 WEST GREEN STREET 1t CENTRA FURNITURE CO IIDcorporalecl IN W Cer dadd Ore SU We nrrilsB the homo cam plete OB easy payment WM i CALLAOHAN Mir Sales best FOR WOMANS EYE The left side and front fastening Is still used on the onepiece dress With the fashionable deep collar wider girdles are apt to be worn Many of the new long dress sleeves are set on a long shoulder line Even when plaits are used on skirts the narrow outline is preserved One tece dresses of black China silk have collars and cuffs of white or black net Some of the smartest suits being made up have fancy vests often made separately Serge or charmeuse street dresses show plaits in many forms also the favorite panniers Small quantities of metal embroideries appear on the more elaborate new fall suits Turn back cuffs or lace frills finishing long sleeves are of the most becoming of the new fashions Corsets are lower than ever in the bust In fact almost all the most girdletopsMany slender skirts of accordion plaits are seen In Paris Usually they are draped nearly to the knees and fall straight below I WORK FOR THE EDITQR It is said that any one can be an editor All an editor has to do is to sit at his desk six days in the week tour weeks of the month and twelve months of the year and edit such stuff as this Mrs Jones of Lost Creek let a can opener slip last week and cut herself in the pantry MathertonthrewcompanionJohn Doe climbed on thq roof of his house last week looking for a leak and fell striking himself on the hack porch escortlega church social Saturday night a savage dog attacked them and bit Mr Green on the public square Isaac Trimmer was playing with a cat Friday when Jt scratched him on the veranda Mr White while faarnewlng a bronco last Saturday was kicked Just south of the corncrib THIRD RAILROAD OFKNS throughChileopened this month CAUSED IT STDEm inPgae90iM dpled= JrW1trLID wholabored citytIlc CJ ORANGEMEN Cause Great Suffering and Hardship For Belfast People In spite of assurances of protec Lion Catholic home rulers in the Ulster shipyards and workshops are suffering great hardships at the opponentsPicketing rf mans union but his church and party and hostility to the Catholics and home rulers Is more intense than to blacklegs Over 17000 people are said to be on the verge ol starvation in this city and district through this rancorous feeling over the aprpoach of home rule For over a month Catholics and Liberals who would have been working on Queens Island have been suffering with tholr families from enforced idle ness because they are persecuted as traitors by the Orangemen Scores of known home rulers have been gravely injured mostly by being struck on the back of the head with nn Iron bar or other weapon and not III fair fighting Appeals have been protection outnumbered but the Government exceptInlest passions are let loose that would be hard to quell which could be pointed to by the Unionist leaders as proof of the dangers of homo rule THE REAL THING On Monday September 2 there will be an oldfashioned allday picnic on the big shady lawn at the Breckel residence at St Matthews The proceeds will be for the benefit of Father Thomas Whites new church at St Matthews This picnic will bo given by the CHftoCrescont Club an organization of young church workers whose homes are In Clifton and Crescent Hill Meals will be served on the grounds and will Include all the good things of the season There will be euchre and lotto at 3 oclock In the afternoon and dancing In tho evening Tickets are twentyfive cents and good for games or meats The public Is in vited and will be met by wagons at the end of the Crescent Hill car line CHAPEL FOR SOLDIERS Senator Johnson of Maine will shortly Introduce a bill to appropriate 75000 for a Catholic chapel at the Soldiers Home at Togus Father Nelligan who ministers to the Catholic veterans at the home has a promise of 5000 to be used for the furnishing of the chapel ANOTHER WINS LAURELS Add one morn to the army of lau relcrowned Catholic students educated In Catholic schools Miss Eleanor Boyce of St John N B was the winner in the recent high school entrance examinations She has also the distinction of leading the prov upo In thp prnnnnMMrm Pnthnltr ducatlbV is always complete education BISHOP BYRNE Right Rev Thomas Sebastian Byrne Bishop of the diocese of Nash HllmfltonObloyears old circumstances compelled him to quit school and go tq work Be toro he had attained his majority be became an expert machinist At twenty he abandoned ttilis trade and decided to prepare for the priesthood Ho attended the seminary or st Thomas at Bardstown Ky and later 8t Marys of the West graduating In 1865 Three years were spent in the imerloan College In Rome and then he returned to Cincinnati and was or pained in 11869 For nine years Father Byrne was a professor at St Marys Seminary in Cincinnati after which he became rector of St Peters Cathedral in the same city He was named as head of the Nashville diocese In li94and WIns consecrated on July 25 of that year PRACTICAL COMMON SENSE The dally press is making much ado over a sermon Bald to have been preached by Father Hickey pastor of- St Brendans Flatbush Long Island In which expression was given to the following sentiments A girls place is borne and she should be forced to remain at home God made woman to be the maker of the home and the mother of children Mothers know little of their daugh ters whereabouts They seldom reprimand them for coming In late and think it 1s clever of them If they are able to drink a few cocktails or a glass of beer Every girl should know how to cook a dinner and to wash the dishes Any girl who visits road- houseS in the company of young men and sits tip until all hours imbibing liquors is not fit to enter the home or a respectable family There should be no such thing as the latchkey for generationThis commonsense Sermons akin to it may be heard many times in the course of a year from Catholic pulpits throughout the land INEARING TIlE FINISH More than oneeighth of the en tire amount necessary for the completion of the Panama canal remains- to be excavated The total of exca vation on July 1 was 173269815 cubic yards leaving 22063564 cubic yards to be removed IDEL1GllTIlItJOROQUElTES steak run through the meat grinder Mix with it a cupful of breadcrumbs a small minced onion a beaten egg arid salt and pepper to taste Form Into oval balls and drop Intp 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Florida II0ii J BANNON r p PrtsMgr N wvwwvv INVleaPref E NAUGHTON I contained in to to us to us an on A v M 0 Tl0 VCr H Mi WOLTRIfJB Secretary JPF Bannd Sewer PipeP Coa SNt CIoze4 Sewer awl Calvert Pipe 3elneas P eat Llddodlferi Steals Ceadsits Brickao Irfce Ptielag rlae e Lae1 Llalag Elrerlck Grate and loLler Tile Ground Fire clay ICltl ty TePea UWB VautM VHriftM SUtwalK I RrlcK OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSONJ TBLBPHOMK 173 WORKS ijthnwd L xlaKtofl aod MagftoHc Ayea iK ytk u4 lgthI- dLYPaOIFlt 3839c y I ell IJ HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Past WeckOencral- News Notes Buffalo divisions represent 7000 people The State convention will meet here Monday and Tuesday Septem ber 9 and 10 I About GOO delegates were in at tendance when the New York State convention met on Monday Division 4 meets Monday night Our order was well represented In the Federation convention The Indiana State convention rec ommends the establishment of a home for aged and Infirm members The New York Ladles Auxiliary was represented by about 100 dele gates at the conevntion held this weekThe Ladles Auxiliary Choral Club will be a pleasant entertainment feature at the Minnesota State con ventionFor four days this week the forty eighth biennial convention of the New York Hibernians was in session at Watertown Our national convention recom mended members to give their hearty support to the great Catholic press of our country Edward McGarry was the proudest man in the Hibernian division of the Federation parade carrying the banner of old Division 6 St Paul Hibernians will have their reunion and field day Septem ber 1 with all old Irish sports and pastimes on the programme Over 3000 attended the Irish day gathering of the Milwaukee Hiber nians Gov Burke of North Dakota was the particular star of the day Indianapolis Hibernians had a great field day celebration at the State Fair grounds last Saturday There were twentyone field events on the programme ThQ 119 delegates to the State convention of the Ladles Auxiliary at Kokomo Ind reelected Mrs John Arthur as State President as a tribute to her great work The green hats worn by the Hibernians certainly made a hit along the line of march last Sunday as they were a novelty among the thousands of white hats and caps The suggestion has been made that a union initiation be held during the meeting of the State conven tion next month As a large class Is awaiting the degrees this could be made an interesting feature One of the main eatured of the Hibernian war on Socialism will be an educational campaign among the American workingmen to teach them that Socialistic doctrines are ceo nomically and socially unsound Milwaukee Hibernians had a great day Saturday The lengthy pro gramme began at 1030 in the morn ing the chief attractions being the speech of Gov Burke of North Dakota and the Irish folk songs and dancing T0= 8t8tateooftventlo the history of Maryland was held this week in Baltimore Delegates from all parts of the State were present and reports showed the or ganization to be growing and in prosperous condition National Presiednt Regan could not come to Louisville and therefore named exState President George J Butler State Secretary WilliamIConnelly and Magistrate P van as representatives of the Na tional Board at the Federation The County Board has the follow ing committees arranging for the State convention Hall John Barry Thomas Lawler and JIi OKeefe Entertainment M J Cusick and Thomas Walsh Badges T J Langan C J Finegan and Thomas Stevens I Miss Anna Malta Past National I President Misses Mary Corcoran and Mary Butler and Mrs Dan Dougherty represented the Ladies Auxiliary at the Federation this week Miss Corcoran is a member of the committee to draft laws for the proposed Womans League FONTAINE FERRY There Is a big laugh in store for the patrons of Fontaine Ferry Park next week Manager Bllger has ar ranged a sparkling vaudeville bill devised to furnish the brightest pos I sible kind of diversion with more In its favor than many seen here this season The Natlello band concerts will be popular as usual but will also include music of the substantial kind AULD LANG SYNE The Auld Lang Syne Club which Is composed of some of the past and I present residents of Limerick of the later generation were entertained Saturday evening by Mr and Mrs William J Reker being the regular quarterly meeting of the club Those present were David J Reilly W J Connelly S J McElllott Cary WillIiamI D Holland Dr John T Chawk Thomas Muldoon John McNamara and John J marry A bounteous upper was served and several musical selections rendered ST EDWAlfDS JEFFERSOXTOWN Preparations have been made and everything is in readiness for the grand picnic to be given Wednesday August 28 by St Edwards church- of Jefferspntown of which Father ieverman is pastor The Jofferson town cars will run every half hour from the city direct to the picnic grounds Refreshments of every I kind will be served but the special feature of the picnic will be the big thicken supper which will be served by the ladles ot the congregation Only specially raised milkfed i i chickens are served on this occasion which makes you think that there Is BO such thing as the socalled food worklboothcharge of young ladies who always greet you with a winning smile and help to make the picnic agrand SHC Q So come ndllave s good t r c J J i SOCIETYDECTORYw i A O I- DIVISION 1 MeeU at Falls City Hall m First and Third Tuesday Prealdentr Martin J Cusick FinneIgani JITompkinsFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rell Financial SecretaryJos E Far roll 1808 Weat Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler SergeantatArma Louis Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION S tfeets first and third Wednesdays Odd Follows Hall Sixth and Wal nut streets- PresidentCon J Ford Vice President J 3 Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeefeFinancial Secretary John J Keaney 1607 Dame nll SergeantatArmsJ Charles ObstSentinelEdward Breanan DIVISION I Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteefith and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice President OT M Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stev ens Financial SecretaryJohn q Hession 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4- Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth S peat President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan 807 West Oak- TrensurerThomas Downey SergeantatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y M I MACICIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President A C Link Second Vice President Wlllla Rlhn y Financial Secretary Win Link Recording Secretary Robert Os bornejCorresponding Secretary George J Lautz 1 TreasurerRobert TV Burke MarshalFred Schiller Inside SentinelPeter Andrlot Outside SentlnelrJpseph Higgins time and spend the best afternoon you ever spent llfo Here living at lowfloat Jincluding music can be enjoyedbyalltoj their eartufcontent If tALUliINAE atOURNS A At the committee meeting of the Holy Rosary Alumnae on Wednes day August 14 the following resolutions were passed on the death of Its beloved member Annie L Finne gan The Holy Rosary llWhereas with deepest regret summons of the allwisi God who does all things for the best and- Whereas He has called our be loved sister Annie L Finegan to her heavenly reward be It Resolved That we extend to her bereaved family our sincere condolence and feeling assured that her soul is In heaven we hope that she will await us all In the never ending happiness and be it further Resolved That these resolutions- be entered upon our minutes as a token of our love and esteem for her a copy be sent to the bereaved family and be published Anna McDonald Mary Rose Kelly Committee OFFICIAL CAM ISSUED State Secretary William J Con nelly has sent out the call for the biennial State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which will be held In Louisville on Sep tember 9 and 10 The County Board and divisions are arranging the pro gramme which will be completed next week This convention will in- atl probability be the most Important yet held and therefore every divis ion in Kentucky will be fully represented The call Is signed by Right Rev Denis ODonaghue George E Donnelly P J Kane W J Con nelly and Thomas Howard Jr WALNUT THEATER The Walnutgtrcet Theater ren ovated and splendidly furnished one of the cosiest theaters in the country will open Its season next week with the child drama Oklahoma a story that appeals to all A strong company and fine stage setting will give the season a good sendoff The Walnuts new scale otprlces twentyfive thirtyflva and fifty cents for seats at the evening performances for the coming season bids fair to rival the popular matinee price of twentyfive cents for any seat In the theater and promises much for the successor this popular playhousesFor the following week a talented young actor and new Irish play will be the offering TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council heard many encouraging reports Monday night on the prospects for 1f1 rra moth Cave cnreloft on September which iP- an assured success Djrlng the week many strangers visited the beautiful club house which was pronounced a monument to the energy and bust n M ability of the latholleyoung- men of the East Jnd President Sandman saps the n jk meeting will- be full of Internet M4 requests the reMooe ot arary ttitmh rcII U 11 i IRELAND Record of the Most Importantol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges OwenBresnan lBaltinglassbranch appolntodGaelic WestLimerickPatrickOGradYseventeenyearoldMargaretdIedPurchase terms have been agreed DromoreCountythe settlement of the dispute hoe given much satisfaction For running at Conetabla Allen with an open razor in his hand and shouting ho would go for him with tho weapon James Shannon ot monthsImprisonment P J Fitzgerald who was unan Imouiiy reelected Chairman of the Olin Rural District Council has ad hered to his decision resigning mem bershlp and the office has been de clared vacant At a meeting of the Galway Guardians Dr G A iPrancls the Medical dispensarydistrictMedical Officer of the Moycullen dispensary district The Lord Chancellor has appoint inTOerryquinn John Griffin and John Vaughan Tralee and Michael ODon nell Oastlegregory Granarddistrictgrave of Granard as the result of injuries received by a fall from his bicycle while cycling down a steep incline at Mulllnroe on July 18 Tho death has taken place of Mr Michael McCullow ai well known licensed vintner in Newtownstewart He was a born artist and did a lot of Internal decorating In many of the neighboring Catholic churches The contest between Omagh Cookstown and Strabane as to which town should secure tho Agri cultural Institute for the Northwest counties has been settled by the department buying a farm a mile from Strabane Dr J B Kehoe a native of County Carlow and for ton years Medfca1 Officer of Bannow County was unanimously elected 1 Officer for the Carrlgbyrne dispensa- district at a meeting of the New Ross Guardians Deep regret Is felt in Athlone at the departure of the Rev M Ken nedy of St Marys to take up the pastoral charge of Shannonbridgt Father Kennedy having during his sixteen years stay In the town won general esteem and affection Genuine regret is felt by his many friends in Monaghan and especially among those in the cattle trade att the great loss sustained by Janice a wvhos6wifidiedreeentlyafta family of six to mourn her loss err I Oastlebaprisonnine months imprisonment for rev slating the Sheriffs bailiffs who were engaged in evicting their wIdowed mother the two young Klleens re I ceived a hearty welcome at Castled I bar and were met by two a large crowd At night on their a byItorchlightI blazed on all the surrounding hills SETtlES WITH LEADERS After the closing of the St Paul series next Monday the Louisvilli team will play the Minneapolis and Toledo clubs four games each ant as both of these leaders are fighting hard for games just now Haydens aggregation wilKJiave hard sailing In spite of the many sure predlc tionp that Minneapolis will win theI pennant it is safe to keep an eye on I Columbus who really have the best team in the league and who have just defeated Minneapolis three outI UpItoplayed previous to that date twenty seven of that number were between Minneapolis and the three tallend ers St Paul Louisville and Indian apolis which explains why they went into the lead Local fans hope the report is true that President Grayson has signed Manager Jack Hayden for 1913 as a fair test of his managerial ability was not given by handling the present team FRANKFORTS DELEGATION Frankfort sent a large delegation to this city to witness Sundays par ade Among thoso who came down Saturday were Rev Father Joseph Flynn Mr and Mrs Charles White head Miss Katherinq Coleman John Corbett John J King Mrs Peter King Richard Tobin Misses Lucille and Anna Tobin Mr and Mrs Joseph P Noonan John Sower George Salender Misses Elizabeth and Florence Lutkemeler Gov James B McCreary Mr and Mrs James Heeney Miss Hannah Kennedy John Brlslan Mr and Mrs James Noonan Quite a number fcom that city also marched with the Louis ville Knights of Qolumbus RIVKRVIEW The continued increasing patronage- of Rlvervlew Park Is an evidence that its policy and arled amuse ments have met with popular approval Don Philipplnl and his band have made a most pleasing impression this summer and fully vindicated a policy which affords delightful entertainment for all who visit this favorite pleasure resort The spotless kitchen also attracts many who are loud In praise of the serVice there- FORESTS DECREASING RAPIDLY The fofests of the United States cover about S50000000 acres and are bejn cut away about three times as fait as they ate growing to t- L u I J NOWWE MAKE ANOTHER TWIST TO THE PRESSURE ON PRICES I LAST CUT 3500 3000 2800 Suit Values Now 1650 2500 2250 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