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RIHRICVOLUME XXIXNO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY j t SEPTEMBER 21 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS TOMORROW Cornerstone Will Be Laid For Antolicr Fine CnthollcI Church iIs Father AVillctt Krcctlng Magnif icent Temple in the Highlands Bishop ODonaghue and Many Clergy Will Conduct Ceremony FATHER CRONIN WILL PREACH Tomorrow will be a memorabler day for Rev Father Erie Willctt and the people of the parish of St James the Apostlfc for it will mark the layl Ing of the cornerstone of one of the 1thurches11rI gregation started only a few years IEchurchIEI and Bardstown road It will be of SpanishGothic architecture gener ously designed after the great thlr Slg1uenzaI I At the ceremonies tomorrow after noon Bishop ODonaghue will bo assisted by the Rev John T OCon nor pastor of Holy Name church asC deacon with the Rev Celestlno Brey I pastor of Holy Cross church as sub I deacon The crossbearer wlllbe the Rev John D Kalaher pastor of St Columbas church and the acolytes the Rev John T Hill pastor of St Anns and the Rev George Weiss pastor of St George church The Rev Dr Schuhmann pastor of St Johns will be master of ceremonies The sermon of the ocacslon will be delivered by the Very Rev James P Cronin V G pastor of St Patricks The services will begin at 4 oclock St James church is being built I In Rennaissance ofcolors II exterior being principally I enameled terra cotta and brick and will have a most harmonious appea ance from the color point of view Outside dimensions 78x134 feet Belfry tower 100 feet above tine Inside dimensions of gradeII torium seventyfour feet from northjlAtt to solitltttaasepi lanned arch rto inner yestibulel doors nine feet The principal arches supporting I the dome will be fortyone feet above the floor level Dome fifty six feet in diameter sixtyfive feet I high from floor to top of inner shell I ItfeetIIt ceiling fortytwo feet above chancel i floor I Below the spring line of chancel t dome and above the main altar will I be placed seven windows in art glass IIbfII IItoI I II tnnnion rail one step up from the auditorium will be two feet high and I extremely open in JeslgnII In the first story of tower Is placed the baptistry with vaulted ceiling and lighted with four appro prlate size art glass windows at side of the baptistry the office Above the baptistry and office is placed the music room on level with choir gal levy In the second story above the loggia and vestibule is placed the organ loft with sounding board cell lug and a liberal size choir gallery The confessionals are alcoved out side of the north and south transept I walls The stations are placed in a unit of seven each on the north and south transept walls and can be seen from all portions of the auditorium without obstructing columns break- Ing the view The stations will be completed In iridescent mosaic glass framed in Spanish plaster relief of architectural character Above the three cluster columns at each corner of auditorium are placed one quarter sphere shells twelve feet diameter base of which are to he ornamented In angles in sculpture relief The parts sprouting up from the comers of these shells and up to a point at base of dome are the most Interesting features of this church In terror and due credit must be given the Rev EE Wlllett for his Ideas 1 in much of this work In theseI will be placed theI st1Matthewrowed light by day and from Indirect electric light by night At the side of the emblems and adjoining the four main arches are built eight sculp tured angels of heroic size sixteen feet or more from tip to tip of wings each holding a tablet on which are Incised the Eight Beatitudes BISHOP MASS RETURN The Right Rev Bishop Maes who has been attending the Eucharistic Congrees at Vienna will Mil today from Antwerp OB the Lapland will react Covlngton about October L BWMOATHD The grate Catholic event of re cent years la Kansas was the dedica tkra an Thursday of tie handsome St Marys Cathedral at WfeftitaI eret l at aeoetot1IiOIOcr dtaal QiblMiM eeidrtsd itete dJll e eateryeeramoa1ee and Arefebtoiop ptoa tlwrtetgiaanT- 1 n n IJ were present five Archbishops twen tytwo Bishops and more than a hundred priests all from different parts of the United States and Kansas Catholics witnessed the greatest church dedication ever held in the Sunflower State St Marys t the finest Roman church building in Is built of granite and white rock A dome over the high altar 180 feet from the floor of the church to the top of the dom- eCREDITABLE Was Anniversary Celebration of Mackin Coun cil Sunday Mackin Council Y M I last Sunday celebrated Its nineteenth annl1 ersary in a most creditable manner Early In the morning the members assembled at St Anthonys church where an anniversary high mass was celebrated by the Rev Seraphln Schlang the pastor and an excellent musical programme rendered by the Gregorian choir under the direction I of Prof ICollross Headed by President Frank Adams and James j Shelley Mackins first executive the many young men who occupied the center aisle proceeded to the altar and received holy communion pre senting a very edifying sight In f- afternoon the members attended sol Cecilias and listened Imn vespers at St to an Instructive and Interest sermon by Rev Father Conrad ling acting pastor of that church Returning to the club house a social session was held when every former President was called to the chair and louvered a short address congratulating Mackin upon its good fortune and success Light refreshments were served and it was not until girl time that the happy assembly dispersed ORANGEMEN Working Great Injury to Belfasts Commercial Interests 1 Belfast press dispatches say that however the Orange covenant works out one fact is impressing the business men of that Ulster city very I deeply This Is that the Orange propaganda of opposition to homo I rule Is hitting trade and commerceII very hard It is even possible thatII the economic consequences may BoonII put a period to the whole sorry bust 1 ness of breathing violence against 1 iliatinpfl1JRP1 and welt government o iflifs aT o sraerlng qulin p Belfast for some peaceful city and fif one took the decisive step it is likelY others would follow Such a development would go a long way toward 7 putting out the fires of Orange hos tlllty Many extremists are inclined to cavil at the decision to limit the I Ulster covenant to a pledge not to obey a Parliament In Dublin They agree with the Saturday Review that passive resistance Is a poor thing Obedience is respectable rebellion Is respectable No intermediate course is- But I on the other side there IsII I great amusement over the exposure I by Thomas Lough the Irishh memII constituency of the IIOrangei I I that from a halt to threequarters oftt IItheIIII much fun He points out that there 4n Ireland altogether are only 800000 men There are not more thanI 15000 men in Belfast and the fourI northeastern counties whose Orange allegiance can be relied on but MrI Lough throws In as many more to Include the adult womenand evenI then can find no more than 300000 As a matter of fact the last census returns only show 800000 ProtlI estants in the Ultser counties all told men women and children Take out the children and the Protestants who are in favor of homo rule anil the Orange hosts dont look anything like so formidable TRINITY COUNCIL Hear Enjoyable Lecture Delivered by Frank Martin IlOne attendances of tII t the lecture delivered bYFrankII Olbear son of and the audience was w I repaid for its attendance the young speakers lecture being adjudged one Iof the best ever heard in Trinitys hall His subject was Plus X the ntificateof the Blessed Sacra meat Martins talk showed careful study In preparation of his I theme President PT Sandmann I occupied the chair and on behalf of the council thanked the speaker for the evenings entertainment IB ad I dltion to tho lecture three candidates were obligated and two applications received all indications pointing to 1a big class for the Initiation on Sun day afternoon October 6 RABBI ENELOW Rabbi 1I G Eaekiiilate of this city began his work last week sat associate rabbi with Rev Dr Illveraan of Temple Bmanuel N w Ywk City Dr ftUveraaa te the one WBBM name warneed by the Guardl lana of Liberty amd wal k oayae tojtnoed la a letter to CardlMl a1C boils o EUCHARISTIC I Congress at Vienna Attended hy Thousands of Catholic Clergy Splendid Closing Spectacle Was Named by a Chilly Raja Archbishops and Bishops From the United States Were There I WILL MEET NEXT AF MALTA I According to Vienna press dlstt patches the concluding festival sesr slon of the Eucharistic Congress was held Saturday morning In the i rotunda of the Cathedral of St i1 Stephen It Was attended by a great crowd despite an incessant downpour t of rain Several members of the Austrian Imperial family and a great I number of aristocrats also were present Tire last speaker was the I Papal Legate Cardinal Van Rossum ia who previously had celebrated Pon tiflcal mass at the Cathedral In the presence of an immense congrega c lion Emperor Francis Joseph re tt dived the principal members of the congress at the Hofburg in the even Ing The attendance of Cardinals Archbishops and priests at the congress from outside Austria is estimated at between 4000 and 5000 Among the principal representatives from the United States are the Arch bishop of San Francisco the Bishops it of Milwaukee Joliet and Covington I and the assistant Bishop of St Paul Prom Great Britain came Cardinal I Bourne Archbishop of Westminster iI Cardinal Logue Archbishop of Armagh the Archbishop of Aberdeen the Bishop of Salford and the Benedictine Abbott Dr Gashuett iI Dr Paul Pfeifer of Vienna In the I course of a discussion on the subject i of homes for theological students I deplored the scarcity of candidates I for the priesthood In Austria and Germany and the Inadequate provis- Ions for training candidates as com pared with the excellent provisions made for the students in the colleges of the United States The next Euchnrlstle Congress will be held eat Malta on April 24 1913 They rll1lancy of the greaj proce87 lon concluding tno iweaiyimiu Eucharistic Congress Sunday was marred by a continuous downpour of rain and a chilly temperature From oclock in the morning until 1 1 in the afternoon when the Emperor followed the Papal Legate Cardinal Van Rossum with the host rain fell unremittingly drenching many thousands walking in the procession as well as thousands of spectators along tho route Parts of the parade I showed little but lines of umbrellas beneath which tramped Catholic societies clergy venerable Bishops Iin full canonlcats and others through mud ankledeep and under such con dltlons that it was hrippsslble to hold the celebration of mass in the open I air on the top of the burger court The procession simply passed through the HeldenPlatz from the Rlngstrasse into the lnJler court ot the Hofburg where the Papal Legate the Cardinals the Emperor and Archduke IFranz Ferdinand en- tnrpdt the Hofburg chapel and depot ited the host The city was early astir for the crowning feature of the Eucharistic Congress the People beginning 4ft gather for the first part of the PrO- cession before 6 o clock Several hundred marshals arranged the various groups and the procession be Ran to move an hour or two later Only men and youths were permitted participate Along the Bpaciou- lngatrasse the houses were decked with flags and the route was lined with troops Tho miners from Tyrol In quaint costumes headed the pro cession and were followed byilie bnkers guild from Munster In pie turcsque attire Then came the various Catholic societies and the r presentatlves from foreign countries I in national groups including Belgium Bavaria England France Switzerland Spain Albania Hun Croatia and Bosnia The four gJlry groups1alilt named wore orgeouslY peasant costumeicolored The second division was composed I and civil1 of the clergy and Bishops nuthorltleeto the number of 10000 the seminarians i headed byIt waS were followed by members and these of the Reichsrath Provlnclal1lets Council of Vienna and anil the City Oovernment and municipal pfftctals- o clergy to the number of8OO in full vestmentswere The court division a mllef and a Quarterin lengthfored the lastI part of the procession The Emperor coachstatedrove in a magnificent and gold drawn by of plate glass black eight horeee led by grooms in and gold liveries from the Hotburg to the Cathedral to attend the re mov l of the boat from the high altar the Papal tateebachoftheto Councillors and the- htph gate Privy officialsl of the court and emr first Inwurt carriages and heat then pirv the ArchbS hop and Cardinals ofX01 The Cardinal Archbishop Its onw of the wealthleatofthei- I bjtrlan s dr vela a pplendld den wagon buttt in the rllA4f Arteries It WM draws bY1X 1triNlllktJ frOtmltcffn tIo JeUewlC thwa atg- tii tla8 AtmeitdrtkesSMMAt- e4kw1 tSMt etlti llsrpMSt Behind the monarch Faso the most striking figure In the hole proces sion the Papal Legate J ardlnal Van Rossum bearing the hcst His car rialto was a ponderous Ilded affair specially built for he Empress Maria Theresa Them strance con talhlng the sacred elements was one of the most costly specimens of church plate in the empire HARRY Sfllt TIE J Massachusetts MillionaireI k to Make Ireland His Home From Dublin come word that Harry Worcester Smy ha Massachusetts millionaire ctthle to Ireland a week or two back to see what the Emerald Isle was 1like He has evidently found the a mosphere In spite of its humidity congenial for J he has made up his mind to remain Harry Smyth Is n apart and the sporting Instincts of the Irish appeal to him He loves horses and fairly revels In following oXhounds a species of sport to wh ch the Irish have always been addicted He has already been elected Master of the Westmeath Hounds ajjpost that can only be filled by a man with a sub jIn stantlal bank balance tj What has surprised him most since his arrival In Ireland Is the absence of the mud cabin which he had learned to re yard as an indispensable feature ot j real Hibernian landscape The popularity of his fr end Richard Crokor Is also Impressing him He declares it will be hu reat ambition to do everything In his power to at p tract as Croker does the admiration and good will of his Irish friend band neighborsaRECENT DEATHS Henry G and Catherine Bonn 1707 Gallagher street are mourning the death of their Infant daughter Bonitn which occurred Monday evening The funeral took place from St Peters church Wednesday morning i Death darkened Jhe home of James and Katie GleIJPi 1220 Zane street last Sunday tWtjen the soul of their infant daughters Cecilia was called to join the angelic hosts TheJ remains were tenderlglpld1 to rest 1in Ht Johns cemetery j J t rii V The funeral of Julius Sparrow I took place Wednesday morning from St Johns churoh whoa Schuhmann requiem Deceased celebrat t x eslded the FatherII I t hlghJesJt suovlvltdt tic r Frederick Tillman aged fortys seven and residing at 1326 Highland tonne filed Wednesday morning following an Illness of three months duration He was a native of Germany but for twentyeight years made this city his home Besides hadII wife he leaves ten children funeral was hold yesterday from St Martins church of which ho was a faithful memberCJ News of the death of George W Norton the twelveyearold son of l- Mr and Mrs James Norton 714 r Went Hill street brought sorrow tor their many friends throughout the city Taken ill in April the youth 1 was thought on tike road to recovery t when he suffered A relapse and died Monday His funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Anns church Rev Father Hill officiating at tIle ceremony To the bereaved j I parents Is extended heartfelt symII pathyIII I II 1 weeks Harry Burke son of Patrick Burke 1301 Highland avenue was called to his eternal reward WednesIj day evening He was a extt emplary young man popular and J widely known and up to the time ofIi his illness was bookkeeper for the BeIsidesI1 I ters and two brothers to whom their friends extend sincere sympathy The funeral took place Friday morning i from St Brlglds church which was thronged by mourning friends andIl acquaintances FATHER FELTEN RETURNS I Rev Father IFelten pastor of Bt Augustlnoa church on West Broadway arrived home last week from Europe where he has been spending the summer While in Rome Father Felten had a special and private audience with Pope Pius X from whom he received special and par ticular blessing for St Augustines congregation Sunday he was given a royal welcome home the church being thronged with his parishioners and friends from all parts of they Father Felten Is In excellent health and it is interesting to hear him relate his experiences while roadWILL OPEN NEXT YEAR The Panama canal te to toe opened to traffic in the fall of 1913 This statement was made officially at the Navy Department Saturdayiylta an announcement that the Atlantic fleet would be rendezvoused at Colon this vrlnter before the water Is turned InI The navys estimate IB based upon the latest retorts from the army engineers The entire length of canal from deep water la the+Atlantic to deep water in tbar Pacific to about nfty dice Its length from shots line 16 iker line M1 forty 1mlleL laI- r estimated tofiJrJ eanaJ Js 37COeolS The fr e aatmallrat rkGIs tibeirt f1d11peaceactj tans riUtiM entIas Aeeeiesas- r 00 0 LEXINGTON was Is and Does Itself Proud In Entertain lug Democrats of Ken and His tucky of Itrllliant Opening of Campaign in Ulnegrass City Thurs day onisvllle Democrats Prevent in Large Numbers Kntlinslas o titally Ilccclvcd BULLITT A POPULAR CHOICE C l Democracy In all Its glory reigned supreme at Lexington Thursday at the opening of the State campaign and if there ever was a doubt iof Wilson and Marshall receiving an overwhelming majority In this State November that doubt was dis pelled as Democrats large and small from all parts of the State gathered in the Bluegrass city to par take of Its hospitality and hear the doctrines of Democracy expounded by State and national leaders among them being Senator Kern Speaker Champ Clark Senator Gore Senator of James Gov McCreary and Lieut toy MjDermott The speakings were preceded by a dg parade of all the different clubs mong whom was the Mose Green Club of Louisville who were heartily cheered along the line for their neat and uniform appearance The Louisville delegation was headed by Mayor Head Col John H Whallen Frank McGrath Scott Bullitt Al Emler Pendleton Beckley Rush Watkins Judge Herman Gocke and Dr J T Chawk Lexington did Itself proud as a host nothing being too good for containIIngI the large crowd present Twentyfive thousand gallons of burgoo were rowed under the direction of Gusi in addition to the killing of A 200 sheep and twentyfive beeves tore barbecliet1Chairman Johnson Camden and other party leaders were much ent nosed over the splendid campaign opening and feel that from now on their duties will be light aB the s- J emocrats are united in this State as Qyor before In years Many of t- ha coders aUglhotj11 datIr In tlio colas a1 HlllnK OL tie 10iuiuu tivuov infrength in different parts of the ate never allowing for the colored brother vote the G O Ps main strength which all concede will go to Taft as the dark Republicans can not bei taught to pass by the log cabin device Many of the Republicans who espoused the Roosevelt cause after the Chicago convention are now Flatly slipping back in the Republl n can ranks and when November rolls around the Progressive party will all I shot to pieces It Is doubtful If t they will have enough supporters to furnish a representative at each E polling place In a measure the Republican party Is indebted to the Progressive movement as it served B fo rid the party of many disgruntled pseudo reformers among them the editor of the Evening Post who is the veritable old man of the sea in local or State politics In the latest Issue of the Ellza bethtown News Col Harry Sommers editor states that the Democrats of Louisville In choosing their next nominee for Mayor could do no bet ter than select County Attorney I Scott Bullitt who is popular with all Iractlonsand would attract many In dependent votes to the party The Kentucky Irish American is glad to see its suggestion seconded even ifi it does come from an outside source I Ilas this very Ideawas printed in these columns on November 26 1911 I when probable Mayorality choices I were being mentioned for Mayor In t 11913 the Kentucky Irish American stating that Mr Bullitt was the strongest man of all mentioned at that time and that no Republican or Fusion candidate would be able to Qven make the contest exciting REAL LOSS The Mackin Council Bachelor ClubI will suffer a great loss Thanksgiving day for then genial Dan Weber will 1leadlo the altar Miss Julia Shaugh neesy daughter of Thomas Shaugh nessy 406 North Twentyeighth street one of the most popular and lovable girls In the West End With this loss the club now consists of only three membersFrank Murphy Charles Raldy and George Simonis The lucky groom is In the grocery business with his father and is the possessor of a snug fortune AfterJ their wedding the worthy couple will spend two weeps in Chicago and upon their return will ocqupy the new and elegant home erected for them at 2626 Slevin street To them we extend In advance our hearty C0111 I gratulatlom I MADE LAST POST j I Surrounded by members of his family Thomas J OBrien one of the oldest and most widely known mews ben of the Louisville police forces I ealled to his eternal rest Wednesday evening attar an Illness Of several ntontlii of dUU tM Ifse WM barn there fifty wp years ago and had been a member of the pollee- tie rlaee lit4 TfreaafHlne years i taiea U BetII yrl 4 K s Iti M eylarbtatio + qat c- their silver jubilee four years ago an event Besides his widow he survived by five sons and three daughters They are James C Thomas J Jr Clinton Cyrie and Shields OBrien and Misses Edna Catherine OBrien and Mrs John Trainor A brother win OBrien one granddaughter also survive funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church members tho police department acting as pallbearers CATHOLIC IOnTSI Central Committee Preparing For an Active Season President John Schalda occupied the chair at the regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee K of A held on Friday night of 11 last week at St Marys Hall Following the routine business State Secretary Meehan reported the pro- ceedIngs of the Henderson convention as given in these columns last Saturday Spirited addresses were made by Major Gen Reichert and President John Kenney of the branch in Jeffersonville They I pointed out that it was now up to the Louisville Knights to get busy and do some earnest organization work as they had now in their midst the majority of the oficers of the t State Council and a Supreme DeleIt t gate Others spoke along the lines and It is expected that a series public meetings will be arranged for the near future It The Central Committee held a special meeting last night to hear reports from the Jasper excursion I which was attended by over 300 and was In every way a success e a FIRST VISITt v State President Appea Is to I Hibernians rorBSupport I Vice President Maloney directed ti i oil attended meeting of Division 3 O H Monday night when four applications were filed FollowingII re statement of County President t Dolan as to arrangements made for the presentation of The Confession I tho President named Secretary Tom I Stevens Dan Dougherty John Hestt Ion and Tom Quinn to represent t Division 3 and have charge of their tickets The division was notified I that the county convention had been called fp October 6 and therefore I era rll map Quin George J Duller Matt OBrien awrence i n Mackey and John Riley were elected alternate delegates for Division 3 I Detailed reports of the State conven tlon proceedings wore submitted after which P J Welsh the newly elected State President was given ia I cordial welcome When introduced I heI made a splendid talk In which he counseled unity among tho Hlber iI anti and asked for their hearty co iI operation In making the coming two years the most successful in the his tory of the order in Kentucky County President Dolan exState J President Butler L J Mackey James Broderlck Martin Sheehan I and others were called upon and re onded briefly urging all memebrs to work for their division and tIle I order j BASEBALLI Will Become Active FeatII ure of Irish Athletic Life In the Emerald Isle there are Indi cations that baseball will soon be of Irish athcome an active feature letlc life Many young men who cultivated a love for the game during their residence in tho United States and have now como back home are encouraging the practice of the American national pastime in their respective districts JJ Flanagan the famous hammer thrower for merly of the IrishAmerican Athletic Club New York is endeavoring to popularize the game in his native Limerick It is also making head way In Cork and Tipperary where there are quite a number of returned exiled Hurling is of course the Irish national game but it is attended with so many elements of danger that only themQst enthusiastic young spirits care to follow it con sistently Baseball like anything else that contains a feature of American life will always find patrons among Irishmen at home so the game stands a good chance of commanding popularity Cricket has no longer a following among tho young men ot Ireland while golf and tennis find patronage only among a select few Robert Durkp of Nenagh Tipperary the well1 known San Francisco man Is lending hisI support to the baseball movement In the South FORTY OUM A querist asks what is meant by the Forty Hours It Is a devotion in memory of the forty hours during which the body ot Our Lord re italned In the eepulchre Wheni properly carried out it Is a most Impressive service It was begun In Milan in 1634 and was Introduced lnU Rome by at Philip JfarihU54 t If our BoaCatholic friends will at toad the forty Hours they win lied thei fwrvlee meat edifying jaad we fire awrUUa hay will reallie that hey are t1l r8OO a n t- 3r UNTRUE Are Iteprots That the Government Will Delay Home Unit Lops of Gladstons teat Shows Favor of People to Policies Will Pass Through All Surges During the Autumn Sittings THE TORIES ARE NOW DISMAYS Specials from London say that in spite of confident predictionsCountry Prime Minister Asquith is believed by his supporters to bo planning for a general election at theend of 1914 There have been reports fearthe ButIpass H speedily through the Corn willthrowyears the Commons can pass it over their heads But it will1 not come into operation in that event before well on to 1915 and meanwhile the andldedhe Liberals hope to pull through ODCO more hopefullawloss by the Liberals of Gladstones mat In Midlothian at first seemed too the greatest blow the Liberals have received during the last two years and dismay and rage at first was universal but a couple of days reflection restored their equanimity and now it looks as if the political situation remained precisely where It was before The chief reason fo1 this restoration of equanimity and courage Is the examination of the figures The Tory represents the minority In the constituency for the two progressive candidates between them represent a majority of 2400 on the entire poll Both of the pro gressive Candidates though fighting for different parties professed e- xcE1r1eUti cl lee Both were Ja arable to home tile to 1 urciidfeestabTs1rmen th t8fro of suffrage free trade and even the Insurance act and all of these prn doles accordingly pained a majority of 2400 Even the Tories have acknowledged that the whole fight turned not on home rule or tariff n both of these ruinations were kept deliberately In the background but onIthe insurance act Finally the small Tory majority of thirtytwo w obtained by a tremendous roily of outvoters who came from all parts of tho world to strike a blow at the MinistryIt unfortunate of course thatch a defeat should come Just at a moment when the Orangemen were rehearsing their theatrical demonstration In the north of Ireland and of course thev proclaim the Tory victory as a nronouncement by Scotland aealnst home rule but this is a paIn able misreading of the plain facts The election deceives nobody and plainly the Liberals are not shaken in their determination to proceed steadllv with their programmed especially with their determine tion to insist on passing the home i rule bill through all its stages during the coming autumn sittings Winston Churchill pronounced on the very eve of the Midlothian defeat one of his most defiant speeches and this represents the prevalent mood in the Liberal party Chancellor r oyd George during the brief vaca tjon spent many hours In preparing his campaign on land reform whlca he soon will proclaim and which probably will rush to tha trout In a few months time as the most pas sionate and vital issue between the- o parties The Tortes already show extreme dread of this new attack on their privileges and It is believed the Ulster campaign will be hurried forward lest their adroit and daring opponent should so catch the ear of the English public as to submerge their provincial prejudice Ani alarm which was created among the moderate Liberals by the dea LloydGeorge would proclaim a single tax gospel is disappearing as verybodr now knows that loyd George has no intention of committing the Liberal party to anyq1urh an extreme and Impracticable lc In England DEATHS VICTIM The funeral of Patrick Burko for employed as foreover thirty years man of a construction crew oa the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern rail wny who died Tuesday evening t- hisi home 1928 Center street New Albany took place Friday morning from Holy Trinity church of which he was a highly respected member Mr Burke was stricken wjtk paraly Biff last Saturday at Deputy Ind and was brought to his home He was fiftysix eara old and came to NeW Albany from Cincinnati about twaa- fivet years ago He is survived fey hk wife and eight children They areI Q allrtes furle of Louis Ile JQl1a Jil RTY AnNa Dennis tlt11- Ile tJol and Daniel arksbC Jiair- iaay lIe aieo 1v fcrtlitr DaaUltlkrktf otI+anraaaebrljg 4tf t iI 4 r 1 i r KENTUOKY XQISH 1ERXOAN 1l i I tt- K lUarated to the Social and Moral Adv nceeracat ot Irish Anerlctat and Catbol ice Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Pulllnhr 0UBSCR1PT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Bottrcd It till LoQlirllU PoitoMIe a SeeoadCUu Httttr Address at1 COllftlBlliedioDI to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West ken StI UNION TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1912 H Q Tho following resolution was adopted at the Hibernian State convention The committee unanimously endorses the Kentucky Irish American for its valued and efficient support of thoIAncient Order of Hibernians 10IKentucky and Catholic interIcsts in general Thomas Walsh James McBrcon J J Sullivan Clan J Finegan Resolutions Committee let DISMAL FAILURE During the past two weeks many citizens of Louisville have been ti recipients of copies of a vile antii Catholic sheet published at Aurora a small town In Missouri A gtan was sufficient to reveal Its character and tho Menace was quickly consigned to the waste basket ax IdI garbage barrel This was done b Protestant and Catholic alike axIdI the dismal failure of the outcast to obtain a standing here speaks well for Louisville The purpose of the Menace tIs too transparent to deceive anyone It Intended If possible to stir up a religious strife hero JYI reviling and misrepresenting t leI recent great Catholic Federation convention tho State and city officials 1I and all who in any way contributed toward maintaining Keni tuckys reputation for hospitality and religious freedom The Menace people and thank GodI there are not many of them had hoped that Catholics would become would resolutions andaroused pass call attention to their outcast shee tll j and thus pave the way for its sa here But how different the result Catholics received the vile thing as a I II huge joke while Protestants receive- It with disgust shamed that such alI paper was published in their name I To all hero it Is gratifying to Hncw I t J efeate elf by cementing the spirit of toleratl i that has always existed hero Its vituperative attacks have caused nonCatholics to think and InvestII gate with the Inevitable result that all Christian men condemn its futf I efforts to create religious hatred t this country Untruthful and unreliable without I honor or standing the Menace and like publications are doing mo good than they know They are awakening tho people of the to the dangers that confrontcountryII from bigotry and make apparent to all their utter dlh1 regard for the constitution and glorious traditions that have made this country the home of the free and the brave the greatest and best the world has ever known Like all such the Menace will have its short day and then die an IIgnomlnous death 4SPLENDID ANSWER The reception and entertainment tendered the Grand Army of the J Republic by the Knights of Columbus at Los Angeles last week was splendid answer to Gen Miles andL his Guardians of Bigotry wh- accusedtho Knights of conspiring to turn the Government over to the Pope Past Commander in Chie f John E Glllman who Is a fourt degree Knight delfvered the principal address andwas roundly applauded when ho said the civil war r gave a death blow to sectarianism in is the United States and alluded to the splendid services of the Irish Brigade as well as the German regiments in the civil war Before adjourning the G A tt passed a special vote of thanks to tho Knights They also gave old Dan Sickles the cold shoulder at WILL BRING SUCCESS rther j petent to speak on the subject has a simple prescription for succeeding in lifes work There are many rules for success and nearly everybody can give you one Mr McAdoo gives us this No matter what situation In life j you may occupy no matterhow hum Wo it is make it your rule to do the work better than any one ever did it betoreI do not care how Insignificant the part if you have the spirit and the ambition and do your duty better than smybpdy else ever didst Jtj the time will cone when your plsajcJ Triiea 11 e wtlata some ooe fir i r morer is responsible position ho will pick the man who has exhibited these qua ties There is a thing which the French call esprit do corpsa spirit of common devotedness of common sympathy or support among all the members of an association or body It means comradeship and a common pride In the general work In which I we are engaged and In each oth The man or woman who has this spirit of common devotedness of absolute loyalty to his or her work for the sake of the common go and who never slights any task however Insignificant is bound to make a success of life The threat of William D Haywood Socialist and leader of tho WorkersI leof tho World to tie up every factory every mill and every railroad In this country unless two of his followers cearrested In the Lawrence text strike are released should open eyes of American trades unionists These socalled Industrial workersI viare enemies of tho American FedeI tlon of Labor as well as tho GovernI Iment They are but Socialists of UK worst type I The man who expresses the belief that Socialist Charley Dobbs has chance of being elected to CongressI from Louisville stamps himself as lacking knowledge and judgment But thats what Debs said last S u day and he Is a candidate for President of the United States How are Socialists going to get possession of all the land rallroaI manufacturing plants business blocks banks church and school property machinery eta 1 Will they confiscate or purchase all caps now used In production and exchange stenodca should pass It to their Protestant neighbor In this way they w hasten its death No fairminded person will knowingly contribute to the support ftt such r tnrellal publication Gen King has abandoned the Guardians of Bigotry and G Dan Sickles has said he will al esend In his resignation When then light strikes the Guardians they will disintegrate That was a great Democratic gathering at Lexington on Thursd It means a majority of 100000 for Wilson and Marshall Will some Socialist tell us how the willsde termlne the Income of each worker The Eucharistic Congress was the best ever held Ireland wants It for 1914 CONDITION IMPROVED Dr Harry Couchman the dentist at 446 South Fifth street who has been seriously 111 at his home in South Louisville was reported con siderably Improved Thursday an his speedy recovery Is now predicted LATTENDS CHIEFS MEETING LFire Chief Timothy Lehan and Master Mechanic Barney McDevittt with Chief Conway of Frankfortt have been In Denver this week attending l Assoclatlohthe annual convention of n They will Inspect the fire depart ments of a number of the Jarge Western cities before returning roe week During the absence of ChiefI Lehan Assistant Chief Pat Cerro11lag acting as Chief of the department I and Capt John Kirby of the No 1EJ 1Asalefont1 s acting Captain of the No 1 hok andII ladder company lII I STirnroN The ladles of St Patricks church f Stlthton of which the Rev R C- Raft I formerly assistant at St Vincent j de Pauls church is pastor are great preparations for their I fete to be given on the beauti church grounds on Saturday September 28 Ample arrangements I j have been made to entertain their j friends with the best that the county j can supply Refreshments Ice creamI jh- and cake will be dispensed by theI young ladles of the parish whilst a ntately fish warden will look after the nlmrods who seek their luck in the mysterious pond A special feature tof the day will be the croque- contest which Is to decide who are taut champions of this locality Stjthton Is only thirty miles from Louisville on tho Illinois Central railroad and but an louts run from l tho city Trains leave SeventhlItr t tatlonat 736 a in returning a 4JBO p mFather Ruff 1fa much- eased with kit pastorate and has become popular with tile people of that Htlon a IIUtS08m1i Patrick Callahan left Saturday to visit his mother in Frankfort Mrs 0Frank Nolan has been spend ing a week at West Baden Springs Miss Annie McGill has returned from a two months trip to Europe Miss Lillian Mazzoni left this week for Loretto Academy to attend school Trinity Council Y M L will en tertaln with a dance Thursday even lag October 3 FrenltLick Springs recuperating busy summer season J W Byrne and wife were among those sojourning at West Baden Springs the past week James Patterson and wife have re turned to Hawesvllle after a weeks ervisit with Thomas Lynch Misses Margaret and Ruth Fitz gibbons are home from Central City where they vlsltfd Miss Ruth May dMrs Stovall of Colesburg has been visiting her daughter Mrs James Fitzpatrick 203 Collins Court Miss Katherine Moran of Me pals Is visiting MIsses Susie n Mary Mullaney of South Sixth street sites Sue Cox of Mlddletown spent several days the past week as the InireCliftonhe Mrs William H Shelley and daughter Miss Josephine Shelley Inhave returned from Crab Orchard Springs Miss Beezle Hannan and niece mss Aleen Hannan who spent twor months In London and Paris have returned- a Miss Rosaline Delaney of High street left last week for Marshall Mo whore she Is attending Notre Dame College 10Patrick Hanlon of the American Tobacco Company and children returned Sunday from a sojourn at Day View Mich Katherine1sDowling spent last week at Bards town guests of Misses Beatrice ax Aline Mann galaliases Margaret and Annie Da are home from Cincinnati and Cov Ington where they spent two weeks visiting friends Miss Durrett Oglesby daughter of Sirs S D Thompson of Prestonla Illleft last Saturday for St Catherine O f Sienna Academy Mrs E E Sweeney t who has beerlig HrCf jifcinrftonlj at her 1 iii proved condition Miss Mae Adams Lincoln who w Browniesofor two weeks at her homo In Parl returned TuesdayIj sites Margaret Conroy of Clifton has been spending tho week as the guest of her sister Mrs Floyd Burns In Lexington IYMiss Kate Tatty of Memphis Tenn has returned home after a visit to her aunt Mrs John Mullaney 1034 Sixth streetII Miss Beatrice Rodman who here for the fair and the guest of wasII J W Fowler and family has returned to her home at Bardstown Judge Walter P Lincoln and Mrs Lincoln have returned after two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Charles S Nelld at their summer home at Wilton Miss Eleanor Wathen who accom paroled her parents to Atlantic City will remain there for some time with her sister Mrs Charles E Cooney- d of New York Mrs J H Davis of Bardstowni Junction who was the guest of her daughter Mrs William Dalton of Collins Court during the State Fair t has returned home t I andltheeIII i summer months at their country place at Eastwood have returned to their home In New AlbanytE t xtThe Louisville Pleasure Club will1I I entertain with a dance Monday even I at Glenola Hall and the Commit tee of Arrangements are A Gelser Horn and G Kelly I s Ir Mr and Mrs John McDermott of Frankfort were hero this week visit t- Ing relatives and friends Mr McDermott is Chief Engineer at the Estate Capitol building i Harry Gleeson and sister Miss Inez Gleeson West Chestnut street have been spending atotrploef weeks visiting friends and relatives In Cincinnati and Chicago John T Maloney son of Mr and Mrs J J Maloney 324 West Breck Inrldgo street left last week for St Marys College where ho will pursue is studies for the coming yearbI Miss Lettlo L Kllkelly has re turned from a two weeks visit to relatives In Nelson and Marlon youngerti Mrs Mary Chawk who has been confined tb Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for some time is progress ing nicely and expects to be able to futuret 1 A young sett has arrived to brighten the home ot Otto 8124 DnmMBll rireet ud foia week the proud father kM Hell Tr wy reiii i I IJ celvlng congratulations and doing honors Miss Carrie C Copier and Clarence H Belvly well known residents of New Albany were married Tuesday evening Rev Father Selbertr pastor of St Marys church performing the ceremony Vance Kennedy who has been seriously 111 with typhoid fever at his home on Thirtysecond street has passed the critical stage and is now on his way to recovery to tho great relief of his many friends Misses Lucy Helen and Mildred Dugan of tho Highlands were recent guests of Mrs Otto Bennett at St Matthews when a large company of young people were entertained In honor of the birthday of her daugh chter Evelyn Marie Bennett- a Miss Agnes Lynn was hostess at a linen shower at Shawnee pavilion for Miss Maymo Weir one of the early fall brides The color scheme was yellow and white golden rod being the flower decoration Thirty eight of her friends were present The marriage of Miss Jennie C Leonard and George A Klrchdorfer Jr was solemnized Tuesday mornin- gwith1ilptiflImass at St Brlglds churchUn tho presence of a largeI gathering of their friends Rev I Father Jansen performed the cer mony Miss Marguerite Ryan West Chestnut street has returned from ndan extended trip through the East In Washington Miss Ryan was IStaplefarII of d Mr and Mrs J J Morrissey She also visited Atlantic City Phlladell phla and Washington I II A pretty wedding was witness Tuesday morning at St Boniface church when sties Marguerite Leclero became the brldo of Frank J Reinert The bride Is a daughter of Constantine Leclere and is well known In social circles Following the nuptial mass there was a recep tlon at the home of the grooms par ants Mr and Mrs Frank Heifer 730 East Jefferson street I MrI and Mrs John DIgnan ante talned Miss Helen Gaudy of Kansas City with a Dutch supper Those present were Misses Helen Gaudy Dora Moore Camille Dickson aann DIckson Marie Well and Sheehan Mesdames Dickson DIgnan Gaudy Messrs Thomas DIgnan George Steiger Albert Binford Charles Hirsh Martin Falahey Thomas Noonan Robort DIckson John Dig GaudydI ICards have been received announc ing tho marr age of Miss Henniett- eY Kaiser daug iter of W H Kaise- and Lawrenc i C Stelglelter whichi was solemniz d Tuesday morning Immediately fter the ceremony the bride and gr om left on their honev moon trip a d after October 5 will receive their friends at their new home 2228 J laughter avenue Both are well kno n and news of then marriage cam i as a surprise to their 1any friends ext TU ayfiiffrttobltllt3 oclock at St Johns church Clay and Walnut Rev Father Schuhmann Wel11Igjeomnllshed and popular daughter of Patrick F Weir and has been a I prominent figure In Catholic social circles Dr Sullivan Is one of our leading dentists and Is widely known throughout the city Following the ceremony they will leave on theljbridal trip and after October 1 w1 j be at homo at 817 South Fourth street I IIJJIIrI DOING I The heavy rain of Tuesday nigh- kept many members from the mee Ing of Division 1 A 0H and there fore only routine business wan transacted President Martin Cusick occupied the chair and announced1 the illness of two popular members James Doran and James Dolan Dele gates to the County Board reported1 the agreement entered Into for the production of The Confession att the Masonic Theater next month when Thomas Lawler Thomasi Keenan Jr and Secretary Anthon- Tompkins were named to represett Division 1 on the committee havin the affair In charge County Presl dent Dolan was present and in a short address announced that thdcall for the county convention woul soon be issued tmSONTOWNIJE i I Rev Theo H Reverman pastor of Edwards church at Jefferson own and the members of the con gregation take this means of return ing thanks to their friends and all wife attended and helped make their iI recent picnic a success Already ar rangements are being made for the t one to be given next year which will surpass any of the past The num t ers that received awards were 112 shirt waist Annabel Creek 103 quilt HBrentlingerII 2600 West Main 267 Anna Weiho 1766 brass John Klrchdorfer 803 East Broad way The gold watch went to the holder of number i OSTERMAN 1953II Leo F Osterman has secured the cigar and news stand privilege In the new InterSouthern building at and Jefferson streets and FifthII e soon ready for business Osterman ia well known In the cigar business having been manager for Humler Nolan at the Seelbach and Old Inn cigar stands for several years and has a host of friends and acquaintances among all classes who wish him success In his new venture CATHOLIC SCHOOLS I Ten new parochial schools have i been thrown open to the youth of New York City i tv Use hot milk laitead of cold when JIll lBg potateW and they Willie p fluffier T i JII1 I GLORIOUS REVIVAL OF THOROUGHBRED SPORT AT IMPROVED PLANT OF DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 EIGHTEEN DAYS RACING FEATURE EVENTSn STAKE HandicapBHCkfiMt Autama Stakes SeUiog Boelerard Stakes Prospect Stakes Handicap Cardinal Stakes DISTANCE m u RAOING OFFIOIALS MAGINN Secretary Handicapper CHARLES F PRICE Presiding Judge MARS CASSIDY Starter Tn PBBLL Clerk of Course H SQBLLEY Associate Judge LINDBNBBRGBR Timer UACHMBISTBR Gen Mgr MAJ H DAINGBRFIBLD Steward Racing Commission WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Sept 22 ESTHA WILLIAMS And a Cast Especially Engaged Will DramaeA 9 This play Is replete with heart Inter est mingled with excellent comedy and realistic situations Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat pees 2Sc Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 3Sc 50c THE BIG PARK- ed RIVERVIEW The Show Place of the South Open Day and Evening enin With n variety of amusement affordIng a huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Phllipplrat Olv your bolt as education that sill lifefoST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway lonlivllle Xy BrothersClassicalBuslneGoateesLargeSwimmingslum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr u FreerScapular medals have been au i won4insteadyou one free If you subscribe for thi Child Apostle a sixteen page chi1 drens monthly costing only recut five cents yearly It Is edited by priest especially for little ones an I storiesIrGormlcJrlratiainE Chicago Iii KNIGHTS OF UOLUJIBIISI Late News That Will Interest IMembers Here and Else where FlahertjY f Western Canada now council with twentytwo charter members has been organized at Pendleton Ore About 100 councils arc now FederationtSocietiestCommittees will establish an or chestra and glee club among th membership in Portland The Knights of Boone Iowa wit hold Columbus day celebration iu Lincoln Armory open to the public The pulpit In Wichitas new Cathe dral one of the finest and most artistic In the country Is tho gift of Wichita Council daytanygKnights of Rhode Island For the young men and to build dthea sound mind In a sound body Knights will equip a gymnasium I In their spacious quarters at Colum bus Ohio Nell OBrien the famous minstrel who will soon appear here received a cordial and substantial welcome from members of the order In Cin cinnati where his company appeared this week Winnipeg Knights are making elaborate preparations for the reception of Supreme Knight Flaherty upon which occasion they hope to lay the cornerstone ot the now = 150000 Columbus Hall IFRANKFORT The many friends of Louis Schroff who has been In St Josephs Infirmary for a month were much delighted when ho was able to return to his home in Frankfort last week One of the leading members- of tho Knights of Columbus his illness caused much anxiety in Frankfort Catholic circles IFAIlEY GETS GOOD BERTH John J Fahey for tho past three years chief clerk in the local Big Four freight office has been appointed commercial agent for the New York Central lines with his headquarters at Birmingham Ala The advancement becomes effective October 1 Mr Fahey who Is a well known and popular young resident of Limerick entered the railway serv ice as stenographer later becoming contracting agent and that LouisIv11lehigher and while they regret his de arture their heetwtehea follow him late his mays field SEX AND AGE opwirdTwoyearolds Three year olds and upward upwardTwoyiarolds Three year olds and upward One Milt and a Sixteenth lire and a Hall Furlongs Throe Fourths of a Mile One Mile and Seventy Yds Three Fourths eta Nile One Mile and Onelight Added 1500 15DDt5DD t5DD15DD TO BE RUN Monday Saturday tarsday September October October W Racing CAM W GEO affili their after ANNOUNCEMENT New Fall Clothing Now Ready- Best Values America 15 20 25 CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE- N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON WORKSgNEW FALL SHAPES NOW READY Bring Your Felt and Beaver HatsFr- om last season and we will clean dye and reblock them the lat est styles look like new With the most modern equipment we guarantee firstclass work Thirty years business our record Banister Co Props 713 W Jefferson SL SPECIAL OFFER IrishdpaideAYpamphletdIs the Catholic hthe Deadliest iMenace to Our Liber ties arid Cmffationf1 The writer is nonCatholic and Editor of the famous publication Branns Iconoclast failto take advantage of this offer Southern Star Block Coal 4 PER TONYoull be more than satisfied with this or any other grade wen Phone your order Home 510 Yards First and A Pope and Payne Fifteenth and Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO 1INCORPORATED DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL Horses Called For and Delivered BOTH 2399 OFFICE 713715 SEVENTH STREET THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL IOc Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without equajln quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and tho bestmade for themoney For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTSHaving stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us call at our ware- rooms 318320 West Green St Kiw Muldoon MoivniRt Goa 11 2DDD150D September 16 September 21 26 Saturday September 28 Wednesday Saturday Un E JOHN F A in f in to in is i Chur a Dont handle Cumb S 1058Y PHONES an a a 2 5 K FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 9 419 W MARKET ST Hoe Pbeae CHy 567 Crab Mall 567 HENRY FUCH- SFLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE I irtenhefses Curies and Texas Streets I I gENTUOKY I3iL1 H At4rtFyRi A1T NOW 4f I FO- RLOUISVILLE II GAS STOVES GAS CO ei BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IH D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral 9 Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCASIONS All Calls Answirtd Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET f t t t t t t f t t t t t tt r ijran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice OgJV JEFFERSON STREET abrnirnvnrro u- l HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 Jo J6BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S Est 1tJ hi Street A TRIAL WILL PROVEWH- ERE OTHERS FAILED THAT Kampfmuellers 1 RflEUMflTIC Remedy Is the BEST and SUREST rheumatic remedy on the market It is recommended by PHYSICIANS and praised by thousands For sale at all uptodate drug stores ttHtttttttttttHPIn WINES AJU K0Lap+ onef j 345 West Green Street t UQUOkB 1 GA7tth If 4 L HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers E 61O FEAR AVENUE Telephone 1022 CB THOMPSON FLORISTA ONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both 1c1paeaa 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND IIANU 15FOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FOR 350GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Stveath and Oak Sic lk S SH2A llama 8226 0 I THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nllhtCanale1225 W MARKET ST CENTRAL FURNITURE COsIncorporated- N N W Car Third and Green Sta We furnish the home cem plate cm easy payments WM CALLAGHAN Mir Silts B4 U ii 0- x FEDERATION IHd Regular Meeting and Received Gratifying Reports The Federation of Catholic Societies held its first meeting since the big convention on Thursday night of last week and almost cleared the table of matter pertaining to the greatest celebration over held in this section of country All bills for con ventlon expenses had not yet been paid but the officers were in position to give assurance that there will be sufficient funds to meet all obliga tions These will be allowed and a complete statement rendered at the October meeting Chairman John Doyle submitted an interesting re port expressing thanks to the many who heartily gave of their best good wilt their unselfish support of time and money and in every way coop erated to make the convention a suc cessFor the delegates to the conven tion Miss Rena C Weisenberg made a report giving in detail its pro ceedings and the important outside Incidents connected therewi- thWINTYRE New Head of the Bureau of Insular Affairs a Catholic The recent appointment of Gen Frank McIntyre as head of tha Bureau of Insular Affairs Is most gratifying to American Catholics who know the General as a devout adherent of the church and a mem ber of St Matthews church Wash ington Under the Bureau of Insular Affairs of the Government arranged e the Island possessions of the United States the Philippines Porto Rico Guam Tutulla Wake Hawaii and other islands and the Canal Zone It is one of the most impor tant of the many departments of the Federal Government and requires a man of great executive ability and Infinite tact for its direction Such a man the President has found In Gen McIntyre Gen McIntyre was born In Ala bama from which State in 1882 ho was appointed a cadet to the UnUed States Military Aoademy at AVSsl Point He graduated from West Point on July 1 1886 Since then he has been employed in various capacities In the army and acted up to one month ago as assistant to Gen Clarence Edwards U S A head of the Bureau of Insular Af fairs of which department he is now the head through recent appointment of President Taft- DOINGS AT MAOKIX Monday night there was an enthusiastic meeting of Mackln Council The Gymnasium Committee re ported that the hall would soon be K in shape for baliet ball and othur inaoOrBnniBs7tmd I the Enter tainment Committee announced that an excellent programme was being arranged for the fall and winter meetings It was decided that in stead of a social session on September 30 a nonsubscription dance be given for the memebrs and their lady friends Tho Social Club will give In adltlon to their dances a series of euchre parties during the fall months After the election of George Simonis to the office of Cor responding Secretary it was decided to soon have another initiation President Adams appointing A C Link George Thornton Will Rlhn John Hertel and Dr J A Casper as a committee of arrangements FAMILY ESCAPES INJURY While returning from mass in New Albany Sunday morning Mrs Lyons wife of Capt John J Lyons Chairman of the Floyd County Democratic Central Committee and her daughters Mrs A D Lewis and Miss Irma Lyons narrowly escaped Injury when a large rainsoaked transparency of the Progressive party suspended across Spring nearI Pearl street fell and struck their I surrey the top of which was broken The wire that held the transparency fell across the trolley wire and struck the horse The electric shock frightened the animal which started toI run away but was caught on Pearl between Spring and Market streets I the occupants of the surrey being unhurt I i I MAY GO TO CHINA I Very Rev Father J R Volz former prior of St Louis Bertrand J church who has been located at the Manila University in the Philippine Islands for the last several years will probably be transferred to China at the request of several Bishops who want his valuable services This Is not settled definitely thus far as permission has not boon secured from the Dominican superiors- ANNIVERSARY On Sunday September 39 the Rev Father Martin OConnor and the people of the parish will celebrate with beautiful and impressive ceremony the fortysixth anniversary of St Michaels church on Brook street Many Improvements have been made at St Michaels since Father OConnor took charge that will prove an agreeable surprise to former members of the congregation HIGH DEATH RATE That longevity remains a charac teristic of the Irish people is shown I by the latest returns of the Irish IIseventeenII ear of whom one was 110 aI1 others 108 107 and 106 But the I Juvenile death rate is high and the population of Ireland as a whole 1 continues to decline During the there was a natural increase of rtherrt j WOMEN NEW FALL BpOTS 25q A PAIR The greatest core has been used in selecting our 250 Star Brand Bouts for fall The styles and finish equal most shoes sellin at a dollar higher The sar on the heel insures the quality See this style in patent and newaSuit Son INCORPORATED LION BRAND SHOES 2 STORESII New Location 318 WEST MARKET STREET Bet Third and Fourth 214 WEST MARKET STREET Bet Second nod Third I HERRMANN BROS IMP FiNE WINES Distillers anders in Finest tucky WhiskI Pearl otB- OTTLE laptone 1948 States so there v population of 129 OCT The Month That Is Know- as That of Holy Rosary Next month Is the month of the Holy Rosary Many people look on the Rosary with Its string of beads as a sort of devotional toy a mere pious device excellent In its way a a help for simple rude uneducate- people who can not read yet men of every rank and condition in life have been loud In their praise of the Rosary The rosary is the hope of my salvation said John King o Bohemia My son said Philip II King of Spain to Philip III iin order to guard thy kingdoms and I preserve them in peace always have the rosary with thee Let us en treat the Blessed Virgin to govern through the rosary our kingdom are the words of Alphonsus King of Portugal addressed to Jane his daughter Casimir III King of Poland writing to the General of the Dominicans says I venerate your holy habit I kiss your sacred hands and implore you to send me preachers of the rosary that they may reform my people It is not i generals nor battalions nor arms that brought us victory It was Our Lady of the Rosary This is the grateful acknowledgement of the Senate of Venice The learned doc tors of the Sorbonne in Paris swear as follows We attest under oathII that the greatest portion of our be loved France has been purged from the plague of heresy through tbejj Rosary of St Dominick The Uni fOl1lowesI theI kingdoms of Spain in the Catholic faith Tho University of Bologna says God has delivered us from plagues famines and wars through I HosaryThe t Charles V used to say the beads whenever he jI I had to transact any affair of Im portance Edward III King of Eng land used to do tho same thing Alphonsus V King of Portugal used I to say to his officers Let us say the rosary in order to be sure that the Blessed Virgin Mary will assist us by her prayers In the government I of the kingdom The famous must I clan Hayden tells us that he conceived I his finest musical ideas while telling his beads Dr Recanlor celebrated througout Europe for his medical skill used to say When uneasy about a patient t when I find medicine powerless I I address myself to the Blessed Vir gin and going on sick calls I say aI l i Thebeadsj worldd to the great ones of this t ask a favor we have to wait longV but to speak to the t ringthej beads and bob ld the doors open and Mary is sV kind that unless I shouldnotonce l o J TILE CONFESSION To Be Given Under Aus pices of the County Board A O H The Confession which was given here last year at high class prices will be reproduced under the aus piece of the County Board A O H and Ladles Auxiliary at the Shubert Friday 5 at popular prices and everyone should take advantage of this oppor tunity to see this great play which is endorsed by the clergy and laity everywhere President Thomas Dolan of the County Board has ap pointed tIre following committees from the different divisions who will have charge of the sale of tickets Division 1 Thomas P Lawler Jr Charles J Flnegan Thomas Keenan Division 2John T Kenney Dan leI OKeefe James Welsh Division 3Thomas Stevens John G Hession Thomas Quinn D J DoughertyDivision 4John J Barry Thomas J Langan Thomas Downey Division 3 has placed their tickets on sale at D J Doughertys 1231 West Market street and Thomas Quinns 1832 Portland avenue IN DISTRESS Liberty Leader Sued and Organization Being- Repudiated Gen Daniel E Sickles a promoter and organizer of the Guardians of Liberty has Just been defeated for CommanderInChlef of the G A R and also just escaped having all his private effects sold by the Sheriff to satisfy a Judgment of the Lincoln Trust Company of New York The sale was prevented by Sickles wife from whom he was separated for the past twentyseven years Mrs Sickles pawning her Jewels to aid him Verily the path of the selfappointed Guardians of Liberty is hard Since the Guardians of Liberty were repu diated by Rabbi Joseph Silverman many Louisville citizens are curious as to tile present attitude of David B G Rose the business manager of the Evening Post who Is of the same nationality as Rabbi Silverman and the official Kentucky head of thes Lns of Liberty In his letter fP bons Rabbi Silver q I know no- dians burg road Huv uvauier ueiu u + thenceremonies which were attended by numerous friends of those who were to become followers of St Paul of the Cross HENDERSON Miss Lydia Carroll who has been popular in Henderson Catholic society circles and Robert Potter of marriedsnuptialdFather Edward Lynch performing the ceremony The wedding was a notable one being attended by friends and relatives of bride and BirminghamfMemphis and other places EUCHRE AND LOTTO Next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon apd evening the Sewing Society of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will give a euchrho and lotto for tho benefit of that Institu tion for which extra preparation has been made For this occasion the grounds will be decorated and illuminated and In addition to the games other attractions of a divers fled nature will be provided ARKANSAS KNIGHTS The fifteenth triennial State con vention of the Catholic Knights of America of Arkansas held last week at Morrilton was perhaps the moat successful one in the history of the organization Right Rev Bishop Morris and Supreme President Gaudin were present and delivere- addresses There aro twenty flour ishing branches In Arkansas 1JOINS BULL MOOSE Religious Garb Valentine whom President Taft ordered to resign the Indian Commissionership has Joined all tIle other disgruntled politicians In the Bull Moose party VALUABLE PUBLICATION The Kentucky Irish American acknowledges receipt of St An thonys Almanac published by tho Franciscan Fathers of the Province of the Most Holy Name This Is tho tenth annual edition of this valuable publication The almanac is well printed and contains 108 pages Its price IS only twentyfive cents Those who desire a copy of this valuablo storehouse of information can obtain one by sending tho price to St Anthonys Almanac St Bonavon tures Monastery St Bonaventuro Postofflce New York FOREIGN COAL EXPORTS The United States exported more titan 3500000 long tons of anthracite and more than 13800000 long tons of bituminous coal last year- LEADSWHERE KANSAS Kansas led the States in tho amount of zinc ore smelted In the first six months this year with Illinois second and Oklahoma thirdII 0 011 fRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers arid Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR M J SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE v1TTs JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET 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will organize a ladies auxiliary at Dunkirk Alabama Hibernians are advoca- ing a State Federation of Cathol 1 societiesReports show a membership of B600 in the Ladles Auxiliary in ConnecticutThere fortyfour auxiliaries Connecticut every county having a separate organization All should ask their friends to secure tickets for The Confession from members of the order With 12C delegates attending the State convention the order is in excellent condition in New Hampshire Con Crowley of Division 3 is r covering from an illness that has confined him to his home for several weeksEdward Cradlck of Division who has been laid up with a broken leg Is now able to walk with t aid of a cane The Minnesota State conventt was held this week at St Paul Sessions of the Ladles Auxiliary werei hold in the old State Capitol Hibernians from near and far w i gather in Montreal on September to celebrate the final fixing of tileI site for the Ship Fever Monument The Ladles Auxiliary In Indianapolis has made great strides and therefore the entire County Board was retained for the next two yearsEightythree delegates formed t Ladies Auxiliary State convention New Hampshire During the ye EO they gained one new division at the others are flourishing The Alabama convention olect Hugh Meehan of Montgomery to t State Presidency That State will be heard from during the coming twoI yearsDivision 4 meets Monday night and every member Is expected to there President Hennessy will have some appointments to make and the proceedings promise to be interest Ing Now Hampshire Hibernians tendered a complimentary banquet I to the nine clergymen who attended t State convention at Manchester Mayor Edward Smith was jj and one of the speakers For tho counThe Irish Standard says National President Regan looks like a winner in tho primary struggle for the Democratic nomination for Congressman from the Fourth Minnesota district President Regan was the nomination givenI I I State Secretary McBreen sends this The delegation of Hibernia from Covington surely did enjoy t banquet at the Galt House and gi mine host Brother Martin Cusick rising vote of thanks May h shadow a large one never gre lossII The banquet to be given ne Wednesday In Providence In hon of Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly promises be a memorable occasion for Rho Island Hibernians Among the ho ore3 and distinguished guests will National President James J Regan Mrs Ellen Cavanagh State Presider- of Massachusetts and Mrs Catherine Foley State President of Connecticut 1 I FINK SPORT Douglas Park had an auspicious I opening last Monday when lOQOv people there gave ther encourage ment to Manager HachmeJsterlThor J has been a large dally attendance since and the racing has been such as to bring volleys of cheers fro grandstand lawn and paddoc- Douglas Park presents a most beau tlful appearance and has proven a veritable surprise to its patrons Si classy races are run every day and the sport furnished has never been surpassed anywhere The teatur- race today will be the Beechmont I stakes a selling race that will brio to the barrier the best twoyearolds of the season Next Thursday th Autumn stakes will be run and o t Saturday the Boulevard stakes bothL for threeyearolds In these race will be seen the stars of the Ameri can turf I IWALNUT THEATER A Mans Game comes to th Walnutstreet Theater next wee with the usual matinees Tuesday I Thursday and Saturday A Mans Game Is heralded as a strong emo tional drama of today replete with heart Interest mingled with excellentt comedy and realistic situations A play that holds the audience In pro found interest unfolding a plot that develops out of three great subjects Ipolitics love and honor The are laid In the Western country and are said to be very The cast especially ing the well known elaborateII Miss Estha Williams are adapted to the peculiar types duced Manager Alston has given the of production complete dqtall in every to respect la SCHOOL BIRTHDAY PARTY Next Thuriday the ladles otthe congregation will give a birthday the party for the btnttlt tlt Vlacent de Paul school Shelby aid Oak itrwU twin be held 1in the ipReioui bMenfnt otikfiftwMkool mad will edmtUM il day Itlte of morning Ahe 1cklldr 1Will tie witer I t u ni- a 8 SOCIETY DlRECTORYI A O H DI ISION 1 Meets at Falls1 City Hall ell Firs and Tl Ird Tuesday President Martin J Cusick Vice Preside it Charles J Flnne gan Recording Secretary Anthony Jr TompkinsFInancial S cretaryJoseph Fa tellt FarIcTreasurer Thomas P Lawler Sergeantat rmsLouls Roller Sentinel Hjmry McDermott I 1nDl ISION 2 fleets first and third WednesdaysI Odd Fellows1 Hall Sixth and Walnut 1 PresidentCon J Ford Vice Preside tJ 3 Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording pecretary Daniel J CKeefe eFJnanclal Secretary John Keaney 1607 Dumesnll Sergeant a Arms J Charles Obst 1SentinelEdward Brennan i hoDIVISION s Meets First and Third Mondays PortlandoPresident Hugh Hourlgan Vice PresidentS M Maloney Recording SecretaryThos Stefr ensi29Flnaacal SecretaryJohn Hesslon 1710 Baird Treasurer ID J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday StreetheHennessyInLynchar Band IryI Financial Secretary Thomas Jr OakhDowney SergeantatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott IUeMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House t 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice PresidentA C Lin ho9ecomd resldentWl1Uam- Rib ryWm Lin- ktaryRobert Os ecretary George jrt T Burke SchulerPeter Andriot il Joseph Higgins he afternoon andi 11 I andvarious bd at all hours actions will andI11I rl at 1ft o lock tho birthday presents will be drawn Ad1I everybodyCATHOLIC BASEBALIi LEAGUE ITho thuathhn1I placoreo Dera winningIsgamewI Many of the league stars will talc part in the amateur field day to be leaguore followsto Petie67be0 11t 9 55 9 66 St Anthony 10 9 62 G St Brlgld 6 14 30 St Martin 2 19 09 PEWEE VALLEY Though the weather was threaten Ing the final returns show that the recent country picnic at Pewee ValelI I ley for the benefit of St Aloysius I church was a decided success assistmunaertakking and thanks are returned to all who in any way contributed to th thoseIto whom awards were made Miss Catherine Miller Pewee Valley sow LouisejI vllle embroidered waist Miss Bessie tablBa wasbeeatnthe rectory of St Aloysius church at nII ready begun work on his new church and will complete the foundation this fall The cornerstone will be laid I and tho edifice completed early next I summer I LADIESk 1 I The ladles of Cedar Grove antt nounce a euchre and lotto party forcc next Tuesday on their beautiful grounds Thirtyfifth and Rudd ave i nee to which they Invito all their friends Games will be called at I 230 oclock In the afternoon at the conclusion of which many handsome participateWhelp a worthy cause- ENJOYABLE EXCURSION Over 300 persons took advantage- of the excursion under the auspices the Catholic Knights of America Jasper last Sunday and all spent most enjoyable day Chairman Oscar Maler Charles Hill Too Me finn and others were everywhere i and saw that all wants wegk sup piled Treasurer Charles Talk says results are moet ratifying and that if te weatkerjjbntlnued favor Iff able another c jiljT1 be ruif next raenth The pwjfte of Jasper did everything pewtiMt for the comfort the eeur loiifcte and aeeorded 01 them a moet agrabte wsloe I i IRELAND Record of the Most Important off the Recent Events Culled ItFrom Exchanges The Rev Thomas Liston ot Shanagolden is about to erect a new churchr The Limerick Guardians coopted tUre vacancy in the Dock wardI Considerable damage was caused by a flro which broke out in William McCormicks flaxmill at Ballyna lunch Widespread regret has been caused by the death of Mrs Annie Newman wife of John Newman Clonrollagh LongfordDr Stuart has been ap pointed Medical Officer of Belturbet Dispensary district in place of Dr Soraghan deceased The Lifeboat Tea Rooms building at Black Rock was totally destroyed sleepinJB The death occurred at Ballina hlnch County Tipperary of the Rev John Magrath who was pastor there for nearly a quarter of a century At a public auction at New Ross a plot of land a little over two Irish acres held In feesimple and free e all rent whatever was sold fo 1100The vacancy on the County Llm erlck Agricultural Committee caused PatricGk n tilled by the election of John M ODonovan of Rathkealo Richard Geraghty aged about forty a farmer and grazier residing at Kllmessan brother of the Rev J Goraghty of Oldcastle was found dead in a shallow drain about twont yards distant from his dwelling Bernard McKernan was fount- drowned In a canal at Feyduff nea Middletown County Armagh The deceased who had been working f Scotland was coming home on a visit to his people at Drumakean In the Church of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary at Castlobar the Most Rev Dr Higgins Auxiliary Bishop of Tuam performed his first ordination ceremony by raising to the dignity of priesthood the Rev J G Fitzgerald of Ballindine A sensational rumor reached Kil kenny on Saturday to the effect that Meankabout three miles from the city Some time later his brother Thomas was arrested in Kilkenny in connec tlon with the matter When the news reached Balllna more that Dr Thomas Reynolds ha 1 been returned as Medical Superin tendent under the national health in surance act for Leltrlm a torchlight procession with band paraded the town and bontires blazed on the hills around A remarkable discovery of sliver and lead has been made at Clew near Keady by a farmer named Ed ward Conlon While working Iny a field he turned up a piece of bl Q metal Tl innlyMcal i test slut t the ore contained 5 per cent of put silver and 85 per cent lead of first I qualityMany miles of country along the watershed of the Barrow have been I completely submerged and most of the hay crop which was made up f theIplete failure and In the case of Turbary 264 tenants on the Farry pinch estate are cut off from their winter fuel supply the 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