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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1Tj IBrecklnridgeI XXXI NO 7 16 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS Cardinal Gibbons Strong Appeal at Opening of Catholic federation Convention Union Is the Law of Life of Strength Growth and I American Republic Owes Its Prosperity to tho Union of States SHOULD STIR LAITY Cardinal Gibbons who delivered the opening address Sunday evening at the opening of the Catholic Feder ation convention dwelt upon the Im portance of unity and spoke In part part as strength and growth and of develop ment Disunion is tho law of weak ness and disintegration The Ameri can republic owes its material and political prosperity to tho union and cooperation of the several States If I those States were disunited and ex erting their forces In opposite direc tions like the present republic of Mexico we would never have at- taIned the prosperity that has marked our career For four years during the civil war we were dIs- united and the result was shedding I of fratricidal blood with Imminent danger of the dissolution of the na tion The same principle can be Justly applied to the Influence of union of religious anti moral forces In the development of Christianity An enlightened and zealous laity Is the glory of the Christian church The most luminous periods of tIll churchs history have been epochs Conspicuous for laymen who have vindicated the cause of Christianity by their eloquence and their writ ings as well as by tho sanctity of their lives The golden age ot Christendom gave birth to a long line of learned and Intrepid apol ogists of the gospel Among them 1 might mention Justin Martyr Mlnutius Felix Athanaslus Arnobpus and LactantIus who is styled Christian Cicero Among the no table defenders of the Catholic religion 1n thltNIMt nthcentury 1 m bert the Count de Maistre and Frederick Ozanam In France Gorres Windhorst Malllnckrodt In Germany Donoso Cortes In Spain Sr Kenelm Digby Allies William t G Ward and Frederick Lucas In England the peerless OConnell ID Ireland Brownson and many other lights in the United States i When the laity are united with the Bishop and the clergy In tho cause of religion and humanity then there is no such word as fall We are bound to succeed for God la with us and if God Is with us who can be against us If where two or three are gathered together in the name of Christ He declarer that lie is with them surely his influence Is paramount and Irresistible when the voice of the Bishop and clergy Is reechoed by the multitude of earnest workers assem bled before me ttoday Then indeed we form a triple cord which can not be broken We establish a triple alliance far more formidable and enduring than the Triple Alliance of earthly potentates for theirs Is an alliance only of flesh and blood but ours Is a confederation cemented by the divine virtues of faith hope and charity And why ray brethren should you not cooperate with us Are we not all clergy and laity children of tho same heavenly Father Are we not all brothers and sisters of the same Jesus Christi youassanctified by the same Spirit There are diversities of graces says the apostle but the same Spirit There are diversities of ministries but the same Lord There are diversities of operations but the same God who worketh hN In all We are all In tho same bark of Peter tossed about by the same storms and sharing the same sunshine Your interests aro our Inter ests We are all steering our course toward the same eternal shores We are all heirs prospective of the same heavenly kingdom There h not one reward for the priest and another for the laity There is not ono kind of crown for the Pope and another for the peasant The tiara of the Pope and the Bishops mitre will not shine more brightly than the widows hood in tho kingdom of heaven unlessthey aro adorned with the jewels of righteousness The Apostlo St Paul pays the following beautiful tribute to the Christians of Thefisalonlca You became followers of us and of the Lord receiving the word In much tribulation with joy of the Holy Ghost so that you were made a pattern to all who believe in Macedonia and Achala and In every place your faith which is toward God Is gone forth Brethren of the laity we of the clergy need your help We learn from the history of the primitive church what valuable aid the early Christians renderod to the Apostles In the propagation of the Gospel and If the Apostles with all their piety zeal and grater fresh from the Inspiring presence of their Master tjpuld not have accomplished what they did without the assistance of the laity bow can we who have not the measure of their gifts how can we hope to spread tke light of truth i f t 311 1 4 1 KENTUCKY SH C VOLUME LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST INEED HELP Devoloiicmcnt CATHOLIC followsf hlemtioa without your hearty concurrence How then are you to cooperate with us In the first place by the opei and manly profession of your faith by being always ready to satisfy every one that asketh you a reason for that hope which is in you While you will accord to those who dIffer from you the right to expressing their religious opinions you must claim for yourself the same priv- Ilege You will ask for nothing morroYou will be content with nothing less And surelv if there is anything in this world of whIch you ought to be justly proud it 1 Is this That you are members of the religion of Christ In the days ol Romes Imperial splendor the high est title a man could claim in the empire was that of Roman citizen When St Paul was threatened with being scourged he indignantly pro tested against such an Ignomlnout punishment on the ground that he was a Roman citizen The Roman was proud of the republic because it was venerable in years because ol the vast extent of Its territory be cause of the wisdom of Its statesmen and of the valor of Its soldiers If tho Roman was proud of being a citizen of Rome how much should you glory In being citizens of the Republic of the Church Do you seek for antiquity of origin Nearly 2000 years have rolled over her head and she is today fresh and vigorous as when she issued from the Cenacle of Jerusalem Time writes no wrinkles on her heavenly browDo you seek for wldo expanse of territory Her spiritual dominion extends over the surface of the fIndIcomparable saints A wisdom which is born not of man but of God Where wilt you find a heroism so sublime as that of her martyrs Theirs Is a heroism not aroused by the sound of martial music or by the clash of arms on the battlefield or by a lust for fame or by the emulation of comrades but by a heroism inspired by a love for God and their fellow beings Above all you can coop erate with us by the rectitude of your private lives and the Influence of your good example Having your conversation good among the Gen tiles that whereas they speak of you as evildoers considering you by your good example they may glorify God In the day of visitation Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good works and glorify your Father who is In heaven A O H PICNIC The County Board A O H with representatives of the Ladles Aux- Iliary met in Bertrand Hall Thurs oftlmgpleal of both bodies at Phoenix Hill Park en Tuesday August 26 Judging from the flattering reports received it promises to be one of the most successful of Its kind in years the advance sale of tickets being un rivalrybetweenthe ladies the latter of course being the favorites at this kind of game Through the kindness of the man agement ot the Crown Portland and Westonlan picture shows advertising slides have been exhibited announcing the picnic and are expected to bring good returns Thomas W Tarpy for Division 1 reported that everything was in readiness for the liquid re freshment end while John II Hen nessy of Division 4 James Welsh of Division 2 and Sergeant John Ma loney of Division 3 reported that their workers would have all ar rangements completed for the dancing hell wheels and the park sale of tickets Miss Mary Corcoran stated tbat the ladles will have plenty of volunteer workers on hand for the occasion Prof Collins orchestra will furnish the dancing music and will havo several good old fashioned quadrilles and breakdowns on thee programme An Invitation commit tee composed of County President- W J Connelly Thomas W Tarpy lames Welsh John Maloney and John J Barry will personally Invite ij of our leading city and county of ficials many of whom have already promised to be present JOINS ANGELIC HOSTS 1 fit Charles parish and the West End are In deep mourning over the death of one of their most beloved women Miss Catherine Yates daugh tar Of Mr and Mrs Leo l Yates 617 South Twentyeighth street Miss Yates was born in this city eighteen years ago and since leaving school her personal charm and vivacious manner won for her the highest place offered by people of her acquaintance Yet In her popularity not for an instant did she neglect her God or her home For the past five months Miss Yates had been a patient sufferer from tuber culosfs requiring throughout the tender care of her devoted parents and sisters who had hoped against hope and still earnest Catholics that they aro went through It all entirelysubmissIve to the will or God Besides her parents she Is survived by two sisters Misses Louise and Madeline Yates The funeral services were held unday afternoon from St Charles church conducted by Rev Father Raffovwha emoryoflife as one young women should emulate The bereaved parents have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends and neighbors SACRED HEART HETIlEATi Rev Father Hyacinth OPfort- hepat year stationed at the Holy Crpse Retreat aV Cincinnati has- been transferred to this city HP will ibeebme viee tnaateT of novices- at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the ewbUrg road F REDMOND Declares Monte Rule Is Assure Without Another General Election Liberals anti Tories Prepared te FIght Until Close of Session Belfast Protestants Condcm Carsons Campaign and Its Effects RELYING ON BASE CALUMNIES It is characteristic of tho stern and persistent ferocity of party passions prevailing at this moment in British politics cables Hon T P OConnor M P from the House of Commons that although the ParlIa mentary session gives abundant signs ofrfatigue and there is a uni versal desire to got away on the holidays no large ntfmber of either party yet has left London It is on both sides a fight to the death Both parties are equally well organized both aro equally vigilant and both are equally well served by a united band of loyal energetic and devoted followers It is also significant of the ferocity of party passion that the Tory newspapers continue the campaign of personal attack which was believed finished with the end of the Marconi debate The latest form of this calumny was a ridiculous report that the Cabinet Ministers were among the clients ot- a disreputable woman who kept a disorderly house and one Tory pa per demands in big type the appointment of a commission of inquiry and the publication of all names found on a list discovered by the police In the disorderly house Home Secre tary McKenna exploded these ridiculous rumors but they probably will be continued A second remarkable symptom is the refusal of an indemnity bill to Sir Stewart Samuel who unwittingly voted in the House ot Commons and Ipcurred heavy fines when his firm had a silver contract with the Gov ernment The whole transaction proved To be perfectly innocent In the debate in tho House ot Com mons Sir stewart resigned l1ls seat and was reelected Such inoTmnlly for an innocent mistake never before was refused Finally the Tories revealed their determination to keep tho Marconi scandal alive by a big attendance and animated debate yesterday But in pUe of all this the Liberals remain strong and in high spirits the Irish party was even more jubilant and at a private dinner given him by his admiring colleagues last Thursday night John Redmond reiterated hit emphatic certainty that home rule now is assured and without another general electionCarsons campaign in Ulster all though attended in some places by large bands of Orangemen begins to bore the English public and even the Tory newspapers now relegate his dreary speeches which are all exactly the same to obscure quar ters of their columns Carsons dez perate friends in the House of Commons and ho himself suggest arrest and prosecution in the hope of giving a badly wanted fillip to the campaign by making him a martyr Chief Secretary Blrrell re mains obstinately determined to give Carson no such advertisement Mean time everything in Ulster Is being carefully watched every move is known to the Government and the members of the Irish party con tinue to receive private assurances from leading Protestant businessmen ot Belfast They condemn and dread Carsons campaign and its effects on their prosperous business LloydGeorgesspirits add considerably to the strength ot the Government and his freedom how to start a big land campaign in the autumn excites daily a growing curiosity and hope The chief risk of the Liberals during the next few months Is that It Sir Rufus Isaacs accepts the Chief Justiceship his seat in Reading is almost certain to- go to the Tories and in the present excited state of political feeling even the loss of one byalectlon tells enormously But on the other hand everybody now knows that Asquith will go straight to the end with his programme and will not leave office until home rule has passed into law Apart from his own personal de termination any abandonment of his tnsK would be visited with enraged disapproval by nil Liberals who are even more determined Iif possible than ho that the Parliament net shall be used to the uttermost and that Ireland shall set its long de layed rights PASSIONIST MONASTERY The new monastery of the Pas slonlst Fathers at St Paul KanIs fast nearing completion and It Is expected that the date for its con oecration will be set by the Right Rev Bishop Hennessy of Wichita in whose diocese the monastery It located In the very near future The new monastery Is one of the fines ol the PasMonlst monasteries andlif intended to afford accommodaUor for a large community The irorl llas been Under the immediate direction of the Very Rev loathe Jerome the Provincial ofih8Iaalonftts III the West and the build lag ta monastic ll1aUIHi appolat I I ft ments At the consecration a largE number of priests and prelates wlh assist I DEMOCRATS Coming Into Their Own Wltl t the Appointment of Post I master Schmitt Feature of Postmaster Woods rerin Disregard of Civil l Service J J Louisville Herald Still Using Pflanz For Progressive Catsjmw KALTENBACHER AS A HUMORIS 4t t Democrats are rejoicingover the fact that Dick Soh mitt will take of flee next Wednesday aa Postmaster succeeding Robert E Woods under whose administration the Progres sive and Republican officeholders were very active tho main fight on the local Democracy and big cam paign funds being raised In the Post office in spite of the fact that all were supposed to be under civil service regulations Instances being proven where Postbfflco employes cfrculated petitions and served at elections as officers Inspectors chal lengers etc There can be no de nial of the fact that Postmaster Woods and his favorites in oiflco en tirely civil service rules end had become arrogant through long continuance in office and were always ready to use the entire serv- Ice under their control to punish those who attempted to criticize their management or disagreed with them lu either religion Or poises As an instance of officeholilnn conceit consider how Postmaster Woods and Assistant Postmaster Moroy occu pled prominent positions on the stage iast year at an anilCatholic rtornon slrfctlon in Scottish Rite Cathedral end also alloweclKhe distribution of admission tlckefiqm the Postofflce muteiv Ignoring o rights of their follow CathollepeUlzens of whom they were Just Mfmuch public servants as their Alsi A associates Postmaster r Woo l his forced re lifflirtrt1tr tl1fi ttJttnwpttsfea tttr service during 41s term but did not tell how his brpthorInlaw James C Stone has made 63300 by ob taining the mall wagon contract this same Stone being a candidate for Alderman on the Bull Moose ticket and State Treasurer of that party Judge Mulr Welsslngers manly card Issued this post week announc lug his hearty support for his suc cessful opponent Sam Greene and the entire ticket won him many friends and with other unsuccessful ones promising their assistance the prospects for the success of the straight Democratic ticket In Novem her appears very bright These acts if harmony am in marked Contrast to the action of Jailer Pflanr who la still allowing himself to b used as a tool by the Herald in Its at tempt to bolster up the fast declin ing Bull Moose prospects His whole conduct is utterly at variance with the advice of the men who sup ported and worked for him IIc tho primary these real friends advising him to give up what everyone real izes Is a hopeless contest As an net of gratitude if nothing else Mr Pflanz should retrace his steps be fore he has lost his entice following of friends and pledge his support to the Democratic party which has so often honored him In the past This Is the sane view and Is thb opinion of friends of both Messrs Pflanz and Foster The Democrats have an opportu nity to possibly gain another mem ber of the Legislature duo to the fact that the Republicans have a negro for nominee In the Fiftieth district which is the Tenth word and If the Republicans and Progres sives divide votes there is a splendid opportunity for William T Mc Vally to be elected and would make an abla Representative Speaking of the Legislature Billy Kaltcn bather of the Louisville Times Is acquiring a reputation as a humorist his latest being that Non Adam Spahn will bo a candidate for Speaker of the lower hour FESTIVAL AND STOPPER From present indications the lawn festival and supper to be served on Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital grounds on Wednesday Aupuct 27 will be the banner charity even of the season Friends of the good Sisters ore doing sonfo earnest work and promise a treat that rill sur prise and please all who attend There will be a number of novel at tractions and many beautiful prIzoo left over from last June to be awarded Mother Huborta and the Sis ters hope to meet all their friends on this occasion ICOFO OUTING Louisville Council Knights of Tclumbus will give Its annual out= ng for the members and their fam lies at Fern Grove next Thursday ind two boats have been chartered o carry the large crowd that IIsr ex tested to attend Thomas W arpy Chairman ol the Entertain nent Committed has arranged r rocramma of athjetle events for tit dung and bd that will furaltf rauMMMt threujhout the day q f I SECULARISM Discussed by Archbishop Irclam at Great Public Meeting in Milwaukee Defends Church and Says It Is Not Ambitious For Polit ical Power Places Blame For Decay Prevalent in Morals and Religion THE SALVATION OF AMERICA IBefore 200 church dignitaries and 8000 laymen Archbishop Ireland de livered his address at Milwaukee on Americanism and Catholicism The vast audience sitting in the audi torIum paid close attention as he spoke of the patriotism of the American Catholics and at the same time condemned those who accuse the Catholics of lack of patriotism Archbishop Ireland declared that the evil today in America is the decay of religion and in necessary sequence the decay of morals In both instances the cause of tho de cay Is the enforced secularism of the State schools Others than Catholics heedful observers and intelligent thinkers admit the evil admit the cause and give the alarm I trust the awakening common sense and patriotism of the American people to discover the remedy Meanwhile in telling the evil and the cause my right hand on my conscience I rank myself among truest and most loyal AmericansNow In America some do say that the Pope of Rome Is ambitious of temporal rule over America of planting here the yellow and white instead qf the Star Spangled Banner that priests and Bishops are active agents in his yearnings that Cath olics dream of the day when his com mand in civil and political matters will sway the White House and the Capitol that to this Intent associa tions are nightly befitting themselves by sanguinary oaths and secret drill tug of arms to murder their fellow citizens and in the name of a for eign potentate take forcible posses don iUhellnd or tht aveand the home of the freera ude Th such wild alucrubratlons of diseased brains only to ask In unanswered wonderment how such follies can toe thought out and acted upon even by a handful of men In the twentieth century In America But of course the Insane are ever with us and all the Insane are not put Into safe kdeplng The partition of jurisdiction into the spiritual and the temporal is a Vital principle of Catholicism no less is Ita vital principle of Americanism Catholicism and American turn are in complete agreement In America the Government is tho Re publicthe government of the people by the people and for the people With you fellow Catholics with you fellow Americans I salute the re public I thank God that the people of America are capable of possessing a government of this form the re publicIt is the fullest recognition of human dignity and human rights the fullest grant of personal freedom that due regard for the rights of ethers and the welfare of the social oiganlsm may allow After It to an empire or a mon archy Never so long as our lips mays praise it or our hands wield a sword In Its defense Permit the barbarous onslaughts of lawlessness and anarchy to utfdermlne its founda tions or loosen the cement binding together its walls Never so long as life still throbs within our bosoms They know us little who accuse us of coveting civil and political power that we may dim the splendor of the fairest flower in the garden of Americanism Our combats If combats there be are never against the liberties of America but in defense tit them never against America but against such of Its sons whose souls never yet have thrilled in full re sponse to Its teachings and Inspira tionsNow and then even in otherwise Intelligent quarters a charge it not of antlcatholicism at least of un Americanism is laid to the door of the Catholic church The charge must seem most singular s soon as we at all advert to thb Essential characteristics of a religious creed profess ing to be of divine origin Yet the charge is made Substantially it Is this The Catholic church in Its faith and morals does not bear the stamn Made In America It Is unAmeri can to go across tho Atlantic or the Pacific for aught that America uses or needseven for its religion Now the head of the Catholic church Is the Bishop of Rome a foreigner Its general councils composed of men of all nations foreigners in the major ity Europeans Aslastlcs Africans legislate in faith Wand morals for America Why not a Pope strictly American Why not councils as those of oUter religious bodies ex clusively Made up of Americans Yesthe Catholic church Is extra Aiqerlcan In the sense that It is supranational begotten for all na tions not for America alone its supreme pontlffls extraAmerican supernational a foreigner on no spot of the earths surface every whets at home as the spiritual father 3ffalltrlbef and of all peoples who teak divine truth from a universal God and a unlversalvSavIour J r Speaking of secular schools Arch againstStatet tlons but as to the method In whlc h they work methbds that whatove the theory be do in fact consecrat secularism as the religion of Amor drIvIngAmericaf sjcularknowledgechild so as not to Imperil its faith In God and in Christ Prove to me I eay that this contention does no t fully fit into the Constitution of thi 1thavo I salvation of America prove this before you call the contention unAmerl can if not antiAmerican HONORED MGH BONZANO The past week at Cliff Haven will long hold a memorable place in the annals of the Catholic Summer celabrations HIlonzano olLadynearLakeies rivalling in their Impressiveness the wonderful ecclesiastical pageants of the Middle Ages are held These ceremonies recall th ancient days of the churchs great ness when faith in all the full rich fever of Catholic enthusiasm fired the hearts of the Christian people religious was perhaps the most impressive ever held at the Summer School For It was presided over by the Apostolate Delegate assisted by many of the prominent figures In the American hierarchy The serv ices In honor of Our Lady began with a Pontifical mass In tha afternoon a procession in honor of the Blessed Virgin marched around the beautiful grounds In the line of march were more than one thou sand persons who sang hymns In honor of bur Lady as they walked with slow and reverent steps toward her shrine near the lake The great procession was a beautiful sight to behold It was led by a cross bearer who was followed by hundreds of ladles and little girls clad In blue and white dresses the colors so long associated with the Immaculate Conception Followins the ladles were scores of men and boys and behind these marched the altar boys in their black cassocks and white surplices and the vested clergy Tho Papal Delegate bear- Ing aloft the Blessed Sacrament brought up the rear of the procession which was a triumph of relig- Ious Impressiveness anBt beautiful display The procession marched to the small shrine of Our Lady which Is situated at a natural grotto among the rocky cliffs near the lakeside Here beneath the sunlit skies beno diction of the Blessed Sacrament was conferred upon the kneeling hundreds and tho help and protec tion of Our Lady of the Lake Invoked upon the Catholic Summer School After benediction a sermon was preached in the open air by the Very Rev John P Chid wick D D BERNARD STEHLIN A widely known and highly es teemed cItizen was called to receive tho reward of an upright life Satur day evening whoa Bernard Stehlln pzassed away at the family home 1819 Edenside avenue Thename of Ben Stehlin has been associates with Louisville business and political life for years He was born here and his first undertaking was the bakery business in which ho was euccessful for thirty years at Jack son and Brecklnrldge streets Ben Stehlln was a man of fine physique good to look upon wlfh a charm of manner that won him a host of friends He was likewise known for his fairmindedness and his hatred of anything that bore the stamp ot bigotry or oppression He served two terms as member of the School Board and was a real friend to the teachers and pupils His widow who was Miss Amelia Schwab two daughters Louise and Eugenia Stehlln one son Bernhard Stehlln two brothers George Stehlln of Frankfort and John Stehlln of Louisville and three sisters Miss Elizabeth Stehlln Mrs Harry Shea and Mrs Vinson Brunck survive him The funeral was held Monday afternoon and the largo attendance attested tho sympathy felt for the bereaved family and relatives INTERESTED IN PICNIC At the meeting of Division 4 A 0 PI Monday evening L J Meany of the Picnic Committee reported that there was an unusually large sale of tickets for the picnic to be given under the auspices of tho County Board and Ladles Auxiliary at Phoenix Hill Park on Tuesday August 26 the members making re turns dally and securing more tickets to dispose of Michael Welsh the old war horse of the division was present having just recovered from an accident and was warmly greeted Councilman M J McDermott who received one of the highest votes In the recent primary promised to be the host at the next meeting and treat tae members for their loyal support In his campaign Y M r With their representative men attending t the Atlantic Jurisdiction Grand Council convention at Pitts burgh this week and all awaiting the outcome of its deliberations thpff was little of public Interest althlmeetings of either Maokln or Trin ity Councils on Monday night Nextt Monday night both councils will have a large attendance to greet their delegates and receive their ton I ports I I WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give Thi OUice Your Next Order I SLANDER Cast Upon Emperor Constantino Refuted by Protestant Ilistorinttei Authoritye1 For the Lies It Repents i Malicious Accusations Arising From Celebration ofCo stan tiuian Jubilee titDISQUALIFIED I Grave aspersions and malicious accusations have been cast upon the memory of the Emperor Constantine Europeand takIng newdofamatlons theCatholicjubilee prompted these accusations which have long been refuted or ex plained by historians Catholic and nonCatholic Tho Menace which ekes out a living by feeding lies to a hungry mob of bigots repeats an old slander of Constantine without even quoting Its authority We shall quote an authority and that a dIsprovingthIstion Says the Menace in a recent IssueThat most holy Catholic Chris tian Emperor and Pope Constan 1bath1 own son Crlspus the same year he 1 presided over the Council of Nice J 325 murdered the two husbands of af CIII CI should know that the Emperor conIstantIne never was Pope This blunder of the Menace alone should disqualify it utterly with all thinkIng men No sane person and certainly spiritualleaderblunders Moreover Constantine did not and could not preside over the Council of Nice the Presidency being reserved to the ecclesiastical authority But let that pass We have said that among the author ities refuting the first blfisMenocO lie wo preferred Protestant author ity and so we shall quote Prof V Schultze a Protestant historian member of the faculty of the Prus sian University of Grelfswald in corroberatlon of our contention In a book recently published Lelpslc 1913 p 216 on Ancient Christian cities and districts ho writes as fol lows In the beginning of 3U7 Con stantine wedded Flavla Maxima i Fausta the young daughter of Augustus Maximlanus a sister of Alaxentlus who later lost his life in t the battle at the Mllvian bridge Tho Princess who to judge from coins made at that time was not a great beauty but nevertheless very atuia ble was greatly devoted to her husband and children her picture Is shown on some coins pressing per little sons Constantine and Constan tlus to her bosom while the sitting Venus With the inscription Venus Felix on the reverse of a coin made by Iho Emperor is a public profession of the connubial happiness of the royal couple In 326 however the Emperor realized beyond a doubt that he had been deceived that hli marital happiness was ruined Proof was furnished him of the adulterous Intercourse between his twentytwo year old son Crlspus and tho hatters stepmother the Empress who was then thirtyfive years of age Deeply wronged by this disgrace brought upon his family honor and guided by his own laws and the teachings of the Old Testament he followed the path of relentless prosecution of this crime Crlpsus was summoned before a court in far off Pola in July of the same vear was found guilty and decapitated the guilty Empress is said to have been killed In an overheated bath It is prob ably more correct to assume since the warm blood of her Syrian mother Eutropla rolled In her veins that she voluntarily paid the pen alty of her crime in this manner One can readily see why thco terrible occurrences were covered with a veil and how the moat exaggerated reports could arise put tho oc currence itself was too horrible than that It could he entirely for gotten by posterity Posterity was prone to look upon Constantine who served Justice so sternly and Inex orably as little loss than criminal while we must recognize In him an heroic example of submission to divine and human Inw It wnsnot a Catholic but a Protestant historian that wrote this And It was not written decades or centuries ago but a few months ago in 1913 with a knowledge of the most recent historical Investigation In tho light of such evidence the fables of the bigoted grafters at Aurora who commit themselves issue for issues should be discarded by all sane Americans regardless of their religious affiliations IBALI AT HOME Frank Driscoll Jr who two w ekrago underwent an operation at tttJosephs Intirmary wag able Sunday to be removed to his home xm HAm l ton avepueHis friends fflll bo Interested to know that heh1 lteadUt Improving and s complete recov ery 1Is no J I TT F KEJSTUO Y YiGtfSEI AMERIOAN I LflMR16RN ftivated ta the Social tad Moral AdviaceEeraentol Irish Anericasi and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancleat Order of Hibernians young Mans Institute and Catholic Knights of America RENTUCKYiiiISH AMERIQAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlahera SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY BC Bntored AI tllo LulivllU PoitoHIc 1 8oeaadCI j fUtttr AMren ill Coeauientsaa to tbt KENTUCKY Y IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Gnu St t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 161913 I FEDERATION The national convention of the American Federation of CathclL Bocietles at Milwaukee this week was largely attended and the results most gratifying Upon all sides waG displayed American patriotism of tho highest type and loyalty tc Holv Mother Church This patriotism and loyalty was sounded by Cardinal Gibbons and Archbishop Irelnn1 whose words appear elsewhere and the other distinguished men who ad dressed the convention From th opening to the close every subject was calmly and thoughtfully consul ered and the Catholic position made clear upon all Issues bearing upon our countrys welfare and progress The convention was wise in the selection of its officers and all its deliberations Next years meeting at Baltimore will continue the Federations growth and usefulness which Is now manifest throughout the entire country As the official reports were not ready for this week they will appear in later issues A MEXICAN HAIUJSPEX When Porflrlo Dlaz was President of the Mexican republic that country prospered In recent years American trusts apd syndicates acquired large Interests there In mines and oils Local Jealousy naturally arose and a good deal of unrest was produced in consequence With a view to con trolling an Incipient revolution a treaty with Japan was projected Whereby arms and men might be called upon when necessary For a reward Lower California was to be ceded to Japan This treaty was secret but was discovered by United States officials a photograph copy being now IIn the State Department at Washington Madcro announced himself as willing to be President in place of Dlaz He started his revo J Jutlon In San Antonio and was supportedl with arms and ammunl tloriiJl this country The trusts as listed him He succeeded in ousting Dlaz and nullifying the treaty He was assassinated and the Govern timent was seized by Huerta who now c occupies the chair though not elected The United States has not acknowledged the present Government and the trusts arc getting but little from their donated acres Japan asks the Mexican republic to allow immigration of Japanese to one of the Western States of the republic so as to beon hand if nec is essary The concession was probably Jidt granted as yet but may be If the United States interfere the con cession is sure and we shall have to reckon with Japan as well as Mex ico Our diplomats are aware of this danger and prudently keep off for the present The Japanese want the Philippine Islands and there are v enough of them In Halwail to settle matters there In case of war with Mexico Japan is ready to pay off old scores and she has upward of 60000 men everyone trained soldiers located in California and along the American coast This army can bo ready In two days We havo reason to be cautious and every reason to keep out of trouble with MexicoThe foregoing from the Catholic Advance Is an exposition of the present situation that will enlighten many and win approval for President i Wilsons courseI4 EDUCATE THE CIIIIJpUFNI One of the vacation months are gone and this impels the Catholic Ih Telegraph to ask what provisions I are parents making for their sons and daughters who have finished the e posstbie 1 E the education of their children The j trained mind can better djrect the working hands than one untrained and efficiency Is the demand of the 1 day In all fields of endeavor The mall amount the earning boy and i girl add to the family Income willII prove a poor Investment in the long tr run since neither physically or 1 I mentally are they equal to the labor e demanded of them It is true that i the indecision of the parents Is ts often given direction by the wish I of the child nQt to return to school tt- B tthe child is not Jn a position t 1 topalS judgment upon what Is best 1i I for Wm His will Is tho winds 1 will and it requires tnd guidancet of thow wiser and older When too 11 late jwany parents have had to bear the blame of their child since by 1I llqwlBg him to have his own mjf InC ttik matter all his proepects for lifeff were blizfaUi The duty ot the par tnt to pUlu rind waAte the foolhth t- CA a n whim for free ollor theseltlsh desire for gain will not turn them from its performance SO SAY WE ALL The Catholic Federation in sessio at Milwaukee went on record as bo ing opposed to labor unions takin part in politics This IB intended as- a rebuke to the selfconstituted labo leaders who profess to swing th labor vote one way or the other PRAISES SOCIETIES Cardinal Gibbons speaking In Praise of the Federation of Catholic Societies paid handsome tribute tithe Knights of Columbus when he sad May we not with propriety appl the words of the Apostle to cur Federated Societies whose good works extend throughout the length and breadth of the United States And If I may single out one Society without prejudice to the merits of the others I will name In a par ticular manner that splendid organl sation the Knighte of Columbus They are our Joy and crown They are the glory of Jerusalem They are the Joy of Israel They are the honor of our people Wherever calumny raises its foul head they are ever ready like true knights to smite the enemy Whenever an ap peal is made in the cause of religion or charity they are always foremost In lending a helping hand Cardinal Gibbons when asked last Saturday about Martin M Mulhall laid he had never met him and there fore would not take the time and trouble of denying his testimony before the Senate lobby investigation committee that he had a conference with him with the hope of securing Ills influence In regard to legislation favorable to the Manufacturers As sociation His Eminence strongly favored n1on labor organizations Throughout Europe there Is a terrible susplclon that they con eluslpn of the Balkan war received with a sigh of relief Is not a final peace but only an armistice until tome of these small Balkan powers ire ready to fly once again at each others throats Brig Gen Mlles is on his way home from the Balkan battlefields Ihe doughty Guardian of Bigotry saw none of the actual fighting but peard the roar of artillery in some if the big battles Declaring its policy the Unionist party puts its political trust in two planks anarchy and bigotry The Britisher may stand for much but tot for this Many of the people who are ever lastingly howling for their rights have a good deal more now than be longs to them In addition to the Socialists and Anarchists the Catholic church has dried another enemy to Its listthe Suffragettes In case of war with Mexico watch he Menace brand of patriots crawl 111 their hole x INTO EVERY nOME L would recommend said Arch shop Christie addressing the con entlon of the Washington State Federation of Catholic Societies that you strive to Introduce Into every lathollc home a weekly visit from a tathollc newspaper This will Lrengthen our Catholics by Instruc ion and In great part prevent leak ka from the church A home wlth ut a Catholic paper Is like a school ithout Godand we find that Inch homes there are those who miss ass and neglect the sacraments and heir other religious duUesI COMMENDED BY AROHIJISIIOP The Western social study course It the Central Veroln arranged bye Central Bureau of that organiza lon for August 2429 has been set highly recommended by various relates among them the Mop Fsr r G Messmer Archbishop ot Jll i aukeo The previous courses have net with His Lordships heartiest LpprQvala11d the course now being repared for the last week in Aug 11ft has elicited another cordial sec t nmendation on the part of the I lost Reverend Archbishop Speak I ng of the e courses the Archbishop t rites Allow me to state again hat I am greatly delighted in know= ng that your Central Bureau will e Ivea social study= course this year l Iso at our Chautaugua at Spring I ink Okauche Wis Your previous c urea have given very ftriiit Sates action to all who heard them 1 wire most ardently oh yeJlLrre I invbw of priests and laymeni at J ad the ooaraiat Sprint IIUAV I1 c of u HtrwswH COMING EVENTS St Josephs OrphanageAn nual picnic on grounds Retail AugusV9 Grocers Orphanagei i baby show Fontaine Ferry Park August 20 St Michaels Church Pic nic at Spring Bank Park Aug net 20 Knights of ColumbusOut- Ing and picnic Fern Grove August 21 St Brlglds Garden and supper party August 2627 on church grounds Church of Our Lady Lawn fete church grounds Thirty fifth and Rudd August 2627 Hospital Lawn Festival For Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on hospital grounds August 27- Trinity CounCIlExcurslon- to Mammoth Cave August 31 Catholic Knights of Amer ica Excursion to Jasper Ind via Southern Railway August 31 Church of St Francis of Asslsl All day picnic and din ner on church grounds Bards town road September 3 SOCIETY Miss Hannah Newman is with her cousin Mrs Nick Sullivan in Frank fort Miss Catherine McHugh left last week to spend her vacation at Whit Mills iNight Chief of Police Patrkll Ridge is visiting relatives at Bed ford Ind Miss Margaret Haley had as her guest this week Miss Mae Evans of 3effersontownMiss McDermott was rthls week the guest of Mrs Sid Oonthit at New Castle I Misses Marguerite and MartiI Schaeffer and Ollie Wlnn are spend- Ing a month at White Mills Miss Edith Lltsey of South Louis vllle is visiting her sister Mrs Ton OMalley at Harrisburg 111 Miss Margaret Finegan of Clifton had as her guest the past weel Miss Sue Cox of Mlddlftown Miss Lottie Schwiermann wit leave Monday for Port Royal to be the guest of Mss Darrls Powell Mrs Alven McCloskey 9 IB South Seventh street entertained in honor of her niece Miss Sweetie Young Mrs J Ford and daughter Bertha of South Loulsvllle spent the past week visiting in St Louis Miss Edna Collof Jeffersonvlllo Is home from a pleasant trip to Chi cago and the Michigan pleasure re sorts Miss Helen Carroll 72 Zane street left Saturday to spend several weeks with relatives near Cov IngtonMr and Mrs Fred Donahue of Covington have been visiting Mr and Mrs Lawrence Donahue South Louisville Misses Carallle Semonin Joyce Gilbert and Jean Semonin lett Sat urday for a trip to Washington+ i and New York Misses Blanche Herbert and Lor cna Blsig have gone to Indianapolis to spend two weeks with relatives and friends Miss r Stella Sheehan has been spending the past week with her grandmother Mrs Mary Jane Price at New Haven Miss Josephine Bowman and Mss Mary Egan left Sunday for Jrayson Springs to spend some time before going to Chicago The Misses Schwlermann enter alned at their home 463 Cherokee venue in honor of Miss Margaret Brady of Baltimore Friends of Henry Kbetler elghty two years old will regret Ito learn hat he is critically ill ftt his res- Idence in New Albany Mrs Anna Eurton and Mrs Mar aret Kelly of New Albany have been spending the pastweek visiting rlends In New York City Miss Mary Katherine Condy left this week for Niagara Falls and Canada and will later go to Cliff raven N Y to attend school Mrs P L Mallon and little daugh ter Miss Sherrlll Mallon spent a eek 4n New Haven on a visit to Lher aunt Mrs N H TIatflAl4 Among the Louisville people reg- Istered at Dawson Springs the past reek were J G Nevln Mr and Mrs fom OConnell and G M Rock Miss Lillian Godfroy wbo has been siting in Indianapolis Ifor three eeks returned home last week a impanled by Miss Mamie Sweeney Enjoying a vacation this week at arson Springs were Misses Kitty Hugh Mary Farrell and Helen ordon and J H Keller and son all If this city Mr and Mrs Ly O Whelan and ughters Virginia and Margaret lave gono to Indianapolis and Craw rdsvillo for a ten days visit with latlyee and friends MlsfM Mamie and Reftna Con antine of Jefferspnvllle hate been ending the week with relatlves1n llwaukee and sharing In the Cath mc Federation festivities i Among HhoM ojpurnlng at Weat bden Springs the past week were i tv Father or P Ack maan tbaelr JlIorjlFrid Or Ttiowe I 0 II ONE DOLLAR A month keep you on the payroll in even of disability catised by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro te tlonrI Arthur Board and T W Ford all of this city Mr and Mrs TJ Murphy of Nashville Tcnn announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Margaret Murphy to William H Cambron Jr of this city the wedding will take place in October II Miss Elizabeth Kqotler arid niece Miss Margaret Sweeney and Mastei Holbrook Sweeney of New Albany are spending a month visiting friend acid relatives in Terre Huutc Indianapolis and French Lick Springs Miss Katherine Sullivan has beEn receiving much social attention Iin Frankfort where she is the gues of Miss Margaret Haley Mis Anna Foley gave a lareg receptioi dance in her honor on Thursday of last week The marriage of Miss Catherlni M Schmitt to William H Blume was sblemnlzed Tuesday morning at tho Sacred Heart Retreat by tho Rov Father Cletus Miss Mary Spark and Clement Blume were the attend ants Immediately after breakfas the couple left for a trip of tOweeks to Niagara Falls and Toledo Mr and Mrs James McKenna anJ Misses Margaret and Settle McKenna have gone to Manttou Springs Col where they will remain for som tlmeIlrs McKennas health haD been poor since the death of her daughter Miss Mary Joe McKenna and her father Charles J White It is hoped teat a prolonged stay at the Western watering place will re store her health A surprise shower was given Mr and Mrs Austin Todd on Monda evening at their home 2613 Port land avenue Among those present were Misses Elsie MIddleton Ollvl Wempe Bertha Burkhardt Lillie Breuning Mattie Drury Anna Har per Viola Phllllpe Anna Mattingly Lula MIddleton Ida Richards Lllllr R Breuing Edna Quinlan Net lit App Josle Owen and Nettle Pfeiffer A wedding of Interest to Louis Fille during the last week was that of Miss Eva Oatterdam formerly of Louisville and Harry E Bell of Cincinnati Miss Gatterdam is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Gatte dam Mr Bell is n well known club and horse man of Cincinnati Miss Ada Gatterdam sister of the bride was the only attendant Mr and Mrs Bell are now In the East and will be at home at 4346 Pitts avenue North side Cincinnati ifter September 1 ST JHCHAELS PICNIC Next Wednesday St Michaels con gregation of which Rev Martin OConnor is the zealous and ener getic pastor will hold its picnic at Spring Bank Park On the shaded grounds there will be many attrac dons and pleasjng eatures Including1 a Hotly contested fbaseball game at 230 oclock In the afternoon Euchre and lotto games will begin at 3 oclock WIth 260 in gold as first prize for each in addition to many other handsome awards In addition to the foregoing there promises to be some excitement about the wheels where the prizes will be eagerly sought The ladles of the Altar So olety will spread a sumptuous banquet adults twentyfive cents and children fifteen cents that all will enjoy This parish is noted for Its fine picnics and the general public Is cordially Invited to spend a pleas ant day with the good people of old St Michaels SERIOUS ACCIDENT Mrs Anna Kelly an aged and well known resident of the West End met with a serious accident early Thursday morning and Is now ina rather critical condition Mrs Kelly who mikes her home with her soninlaw Dr W M Dwyer 422 North Twentysixth street retired as usual Wednesday nigh From some unaccountable cause ehe fell from her bed sustaining a fracture of the leg between the knee and hip Dr Dwyerfl family heard the fall and Immediately wont to the unfortunate womans assistance Two years ago Mrs Kelly broke her hip Lone and this with her advanced age renders her condition precarious CQNDITION IMPROVING Mrs Mary T Barrett of 622 East MaIn street returnei Thursday from St Louis where she went to be present while her son George Bar ett underwent an operation at the Sisters of Mercy Hospital Thp oper tion was successful though tho pa lent is still in a Weak condition but his Louisville friends will he glad to warn that there la every hope for his omplete recovery WINS LADIES WATCH Mrs P J Breen was awarded the andsome gold watch offered as a- prize by the Knights of St John ommanderies of this city Mrc Dreen Is one of the leaders Intlenights ofStJohn Ladles Aux j lUarYand her victory Is a popular I one Through her efforts the sue i ess of the excursion of the Knights J was In a large measure made cern1 aln GARDEN PARTY SUPPER The members of St Brlglda con regatlon will give a garden party nd supper on August 26 and 27 i fternoon and evening on the spac rous church grounds at Hepburn and titer avenue As the handsome DeW church te nearing completion itii IIt the earnest desire of the conprega lIon to make thtsagranduccess l0I1 two weeks committees have J sen busy and have arranegd a fIneJ rogr mme of amusements Supper Ill be served In the niaw church 1 lUement from 5 to 3 oclockrwhon j L feaBt sis prpmteed The grpunda u s reaehari br tf e oar lines and I- e I tIekYets M1ltr W J1 TRANSYLVANIAE N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building MUSIC DANCING ANNUAL REUNION AND PICNIC UNDER AUSPICES OF THE County Board and Ladies A O PL Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday Aug 26 1913 REFRESHMENTS TICKETS 10 CTS ONTAINEFERRTHE Xtragood Vaudeville uGALLDAILY MATINEES10c Free Concerts by Natiellos Band DIG NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh running water CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Green Su We furnish the home corn plate ou easy payment WM CALLAOHAN Mjr Sates Kept KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Kentucky has 33 23 members The national headquarters remain ttt New Haven Conn The Fourth degree has been or ganized at Trinidad Col Toledo Council the largest in Ohio has about 1200 members- St Paul gets the next convention and will leave nothing undone to surpass Bostons efforts The band recently organized by the Knights of Oklahoma City promises to be a big and good one Members of the order at Bing hamton gave a benefit for the suf ferers In the awful dire that recently occurred there The Knights of Ohio and adjoin lag States will hold forth next week at Cedar Point the outing continu ing during the entire week Over 12000 members marched In the Fourth degree night parade in Boston They started in a blaze of electrical glory and passed through a mile of applauding crowds Six StatesNew York Illinois Massachusetts Pennsylvania Ohio and New Jersey have a combined membership of over 156000 New York leads with 211 councils and 4b2l9 6 members For a consideration of 12000 the new Northslde Council of Cin cinnati has purchased the Brenner property at Bruce and Hamilton ave nue which wlllbe remodeled and used as a permanent home RECUPKltATING William E Holley the Democratic nominee for Clerk of the Police Court and Harry T Colgon hIs lieutenant In the recent campaign Sprinrmtoforts for success in the primary Mr Holley states that he will return in fit condition to put In his best licks for the entire Democratic ticket In the November election 1 ENJOYING VACATIONS LIeut Michael J Rawley of the First district one of the most vigil ant and popular officers of the Louisville police force has returned to his post after spending his ten days vacation at EcllpS3 Park Among those now ort for ten days ire Sergeant Tom Brown Detective N P Warren Stevo Wickham Lieut George Clifford Corporal Graves and M J Scanlon GERMAN CATHOLIC CONGRESSI The General Congress of German athollcs will be held next week at letz A hall capable of holding 7000 persons has been erected spe tally for the occasion The deliberations will be carried on In both ITench and German and the official sport of the proceedings will also be published in both languages Those who made the preparations for the ongress have reason to believe that It will be attended by more prom- Inent prelates priests and laymen md bya much larger number of dis fieedecessora1 ie Emperor are looking fonward with interest to the proceedings LATEST FALL TIm I Magpie veils are new Tailored dimity dresses fbr morn- Ing are In favor The large picture hat of white tin has returned to favor I Plain coats with skirts In plaid htack or stripe are well thought of The new models evolved by the ding couturiers savor nmch of tho ar BasttIA stunning whlto parasol has a tt- I 1 and of iertap marabou which JII tQrJ111 a border I t Xke few coat suits show the two 1 redskirtk cutaway coat and single 11 utten 1Mtgaisft I i i e J 7 CASUALTYINSURANCE ORPHANS FESTIVAL TUESDAY AUGUST 19 On the Grounds of St Josephs Orphans Home CRESCENT HILL Admission 25 Cents Children Under Twelve Years Free Take Crescent Hill car to grounds In the event of rain post ponement to the following favorable day ANOTHER CHANCE TO ATTEND THE RETAIL GROCERS OUTING AT Fontaine Ferry Park Wednesday August 20 1913 Loads of Coal Cans of Lard Spring Chickens ten cents each at Country Sto- reHOSPITAL FESTIVAL Benefit Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital On Hospital Grounds Wednesday August 27 AFTERNOON AND EVENING nyAmusement tsr YJI 59 Years On Guard I Your Money Guarded On Interest The interest and all that a part of your weekly I earnings would soon amount to in this safe old daysforgood paying investment or start you in a business ofyourown Bring us regularly a part of your earnings and I we will pay you interest on it compoundedevery six months until you are ready to use it For 59 years we have been faithfullY safeguarding the peoples moneyand we offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of theState of Kentucky Begintodav German Insurance Bank 207211 W Market Street Between 2ndand 3rd WnHerVlcaPreJCRoU John EHuhn Mgr Saving Dept OuScboltiJrAlfredHeniy C WJbeck A P wlgdes co cdctxiliary IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Oat the BEST In the start and be satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER r MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Plrdad River Both Phones 3887 Also operating Ilooaler Watt Plaster Plant LouUvllle Ky JeSereonville Sod Phone fiH A gown of black taffeta Id draped rlth a sash of striped taffeta in ones of blue and yellow Pall hats of velvet or molro arp urned iip at the back and bankofl leneath the brim with flowers or oop6 ot rlbbpn Suite made of QO8l1IBatlii oft U r t r two fabrics or two colors which met with such success this spring are expected to be even better this fall The threequarter length cent wrap has supplinted the popularity of the full length coat and the favorites are made of soft daDIAIr and broeadee 4- U n 4 s g3NT1JOKY7 YRI+ 1lMERIGAI4T HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 JB ast NLaia ireeii10111 J 111111 J t 1111 f I Jot I HoIll II Jo THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1 TELEPHONE CITY 365 1221 WEST MARKET ST l I T1TVL Gran W Smiths SonA- L t SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 II II Jo1 U I II I 1111 U I Hi +++ tf3 ia l DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Gumb Main 2098n Homo City 2008 OL- DFORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS Joo4t I Illlll+i IlloS I tIlli i III t 11111111111111z II III I IFINE WINKS OHA AL KIOLB AONBII 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS o y oo + oox DR J T CHAWK J ss Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREETT- slapbostCwbS s 299a Home City 239- 94wtNN0 I 9M4 U4 OC Xot rt BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna J Distiller Fairfield Kxf I All the lateand sew Styles and Shape MB be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us HERRMANN BROS IHPOkTia FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dlitllttn sad Wholesale Vial en la Finest Braids of KM ttieky Whkkie especially Pearl of Nelson OtTLXD IN BOND TsaN 114 mm mm C t I BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses ieleotroPapEtc Cemetery Work a specialty ftEASONAILEP- RICEIJACOB SCHULZ TH FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Botk Planes 223 Sly yor yya aaawe= tW wtu- prPas fiat sec ute ST XAVIERSCOLLEa = 1HWJInaI1nI Sa IarUte =y- c aauett by tkXTrsa Iritia ea 1JtWL aM CATHOLIC SCIENTISTS People who Imagine that there 1Is a conflict between religion and science or that the Catholic church has no great scientists among Its members dre abounding in their own Ignorance Just to mention a few of the scientists who were Catholics we give tl1e names of Copernicus the astronomer GalvanI the electrician Volta the physicist Ampere the electrIcian Itoentgen the discoverer of the X rays Pasteur the chemist and biologist Schwann tho discoverer of the cell theory Johannes Muller tIle biologist after whom the hHler ducts are namcdlClaude Bernardtl physiologist Nicholas Stensen the anatomist after whom Is named the Stensen duct Laennec the discoverer of the stethoscope and the tether of physical diagnosis Seed the astronomer and Eric Wasma the biologist who Is also aprlcst and a Jesuit These names are of scientists of the first rank They are only a few of the myriad of mien title men who have adored God ans have been members of the Cathol church GENUINE ALT I AY PICNIC Rev Father RotheuJ and the pep pie of St Francis of Assist congreg lion are anxiously awaiting the arrival of September 3 the dtyact for their parIah picnic and reunta to be held on the church grounds on the IBardstown road It will be a genuine all day picnic with mry pleasing attractions and handsome booths filled with useful articles There will be entertainments for young and old folks cmmptuouq dinner and supper and firotcla1 music For all who attend a most enojyable day is promised It II hoped his many city MenIs will give Father Rothents plftnl a llttl push KNJOVING VACATION Frank Martin son of Mr and Mrs Albert F Martin who Is study Ing for the priesthood and has been spending his vacation here left Sun day with his sister Miss Mnrgare Martin for a two weeks visit to Mrs Edward Tobin at Terre Haute Ind From there he will go to Paynes Ohio to be the guest for i week of Thomas Brady a fellow student THREE OF A KIM License Inspectors John McDevlt Morgan Delaney and Deputy Police Court Clerk James Scanlan let Wednesday for a trip to Atlantic City Washington New York and other Eastern points of interest Its p cinch these three jovial fellows will only be short on one thing on their tour and that Isuieep 1ASSIONIST POSTULEXTS With solemn and Impressive cere mony five young men received the habit of the Order of St Paul of the cross on the feast of the Assump tion at the Passlonlst Monastery on the Newburg road These young nen have thus passed their probationary period and will now start In earnest on their theological studies DIOCESAN RETREAT The yearly spiritual retreat of tho clergy of the Louisville diocese will open at St Josephs Collage Bards town next Monday continuing until the latter part of the week Rev Father Philip C P of the Passion 1st Monastery will conduct the re treat and direct the solemn services connected therewith TOOK WEEKS REST Capt John B Murphy member of- the Jeffersonville Board of Metropoll tan Police Commissioners and gen oral yardmaster In the Falls CIties for the Pennsylvania lines has returned from a weeks sojourn at French Lick Springs- MONSIGNOR OBRIENS GIFT rMonstgnor OBrien of Kalamazoo Ifch has given the purse of 21500 resented to him at the time of his westure for the founding of the jholarshlpa at Nazareth Academy STOREHOUSE The church with her seven sacra ments is a storehouse in a world strIcken with spiritual famine and trying out What shall we do to Ibe saved1 She flings wide open the seven doors of her sacramental granary and dispenses graces and spir- Itual and temporal blessings In abundance BRIDES CAKE Onehalf cup butter one and one half cups sugar onehalf cup milk two and onehalf cups flour three and onehalf teaspoonfuls baking powder whites of six eggs one tea poonful vanilla Bake for y minutes in a deep pan White frosting One cup sugar in onehalf sweet ream or rich milk cook when lone add one teaspoonful vanilla whip until cool spread on cake I APPLE RNOW One quart of apple sauce forced through a strainer one pint water lne cup sugar juice of two lemons whites of two eggs well beaten This may be packed into a freezer and frozen but if placed on ice and served Ice cold it is also good This recipe will serve twelve people DISCARDED RAINCOATS An apron with a bib can be mule- for Wash day or when you give the baby a bath A bathing cap and has tocany your bathing suit and little utility cases dear to the suitcase ot travelers may be made from a discarded raincoat CELERY RELISH Twelve stalks celery five grains garlic twelve green tomatoes six large onldne tyro large green pep pare cut part of seeds out one half teaspoon mustard onefourth esp60nTed pepper nehaU tea moon black PePper three eap8 beech twoquarl cider vinegar Salt to I SOCIETYJCTO RY- A fo xx D ION 1 Meets at Fall City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice President Daniel MoCarthy Recording Secretary Walter Ct let Financial SecretaryJoseph Jar rollTreasurerThomaa Keenan BergeantatAma Henry MoDel mottSentlnel1on Keanc DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Danl l OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreas1irerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunningham Sentinel Thomas Hannon I DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh HourIgan Vice President John M Maloney Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J fibs Ion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatAnns John J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John Tarry Treasurer Patrick Conley SergeantatAnna Thomas Far- SentinelM ell J McDermott i Y JXI MAmas COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn onSecond Vice PresidentJohn 4 Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R arryCorresponding Secretary Harry W Kibbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E2 Grat Ir taste Doll slowly three hours and put in jars BOX WHO LOVES IRS MOTHER She sat on the poctf In the sun shine As I went down the street A woman whose hair was silver But whose face was blossom sweet Making me think of a garden When In spite of the frost and snow Of bleak November weather Late fragrant liHes blow I heard a footstep behind me And the sound of a merry laugh And I knew the heart it came from Would be like a comforting staff In the time and hour of trouble Hopeful and brave and strong One of the hearts to lean on When we think all things go wrong I turned at tho click of the gate latch And met his manly look A face like this gIves rne pleasure Like the page of n pleasant book It told of a steadfast purpose Of a brave and daring will A face with a promise in dt That iGod grant the years fulfill He went up the pathway singing- I saw the womans eyes Grow As welIcomeBack again sweetheart motherIHe cried and bent to kiss The loving face uplifted For what some mothers miss That boy will do to depend on I know that this IB trueFrom lads in love with their mothers Our bravest heroes grew Earths grandest hearts have been loving ones Since time and earth began And the boy who kisses his mother Is every Inch a ma- nMONASTERIES rotes tantTel Is WhatThey Have Produced ror World rWe hear so much nowadays of condemnation and abuse of Catholic istltutions and the church espo Jally In past ages that testimony llke the following coming from a rotestant divine the Rev Dr N U Waters Is refreshing Out of the monasteries came the prInting press out of the monasteries came tho universities out ot- the monasteries came tho prayer book the Litany the To Deum It- was In the monasteries the founda Uon of English literature wits laid It was In the monasteries that the flrat New Testament was written It was In 4 monastery the Bible was tlritt translated Into English The monk under God was the great architect of civilization These Honks were scholars Take all the lauuBctlpts from which bur modern ible is derived whleh have had ibh a strange story of preservation not one of them wotild xiet today Hdit not bean font a fMelity and bs cekoUnhip of UaeJiIIoaoftbK- Iddie Aatrn J e ANOTHER IRISH RAILWAY A 6000000 railroad scheme 1 has been started in the west of Ireland by a firm of British railroad ien gineers who have already arranged to qmploy 2000 men on the task Besides shortening the trip trom London to Canada by a day tthe scheme will develop Backsod Bay to aimportantabout the opening of new industr and tourist centers in SlIgo and Mayo With a natural breakwater fourteen miles long Blackeod Harbor has been called the Irish lJake Geneva It is surrounded by majes tic mountain scenery AVELCOME FOR SISTERS Last week the Catholics of Atlanta tendered a welcome to the four Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament wbo carte from Philadelphia to conduct a Catholic school for colored children The Sisters are members of the community founded by Miss Katherine Drexel of Phlladelph who has devoted herself as well asher Vast fortune exclusively to the education of colored and Indian children Atlanta school was built by the Fathers of the African Mil dons and opened in October 191 the number of pupils taught reacting 100 HONOR TO MATRK The American Federation of Cath olic Societies at tho closing sessl 1 reelected its old officers asfolllows President Charles L Denech aud New Orleans Secretary Anthony Matre St Louis Treasurer W Heckenkamp Quincy ill During the convention Secretary Mntfe Wilt decorated with the honor of Knight of St Gregory by permission of Pope Plus X This is the highest hon a Catholic layman can obtain TAKE LONG TRIP Matthew P Corcoran and daug tens Misses Mac and Maragret Cor- coran left Monday for a long pleas ore trip They will visit Baltimore Washington New york Atlantic City and other points Before returnln ht September they will go to Corby Ille Canada to visit Mr and Mrs Andrew J Corcoran APPOINTS DIRECTORS Right Rev C P xMaes has appointed a Board of Directors to tdkie charge of St Marys cemetery itit CovIngton The board consists of Rev J L Corey President Joseph oilman Vice President James J Maloney SecretaryTronsurer A C olllns Ed McKenna James F Powers George S Donnelly Thomas onelly William Strategler J B Dillon Sr HOPE ITS TRUE The Earl and Countess of Granard the latter formerly Beatrice Mills of Now York left London last week for Castle Forbes in Ireland THere are umors that the Earl is slated for the Viceroyalty of Ireland under home Ile The fact that he Is a Catholic and that his American wife is wealth would undoubtedly make the appointment a popular one in Ireland DELEGATES TO PITTSBURGH Messrs James OHara Fred lRelnz and Peter Gonder left Saturday for Pittsburgh where they represented Unity Council of New Al banyat the Y M I Supreme Council rational convention jVISITED MONASTERY Rev Edward Boes pastor of St Aloysius church at Pewee Valla was a welcome visitor last week ial- 9t Francis Monastery In CIncinnati wbore ho met a number of Itlends who belong to the Franciscan ardor I PRINCELY DONATION Plans for the main altar of the new St Louis Cathedral ares beln drawn A donation covering the entire expense of something like 11 hundred thousand dollars has beer made to Archbishop Glennon HILL BEAUTIFY ST PETERS tRev Father Edmund Kaiser pl1s- tor of St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland avenue has con bctcd for the renovating and frescoing of that church one of the most imposing In the city Father KaIser has planned a color scheme of great beauty and artistic deslgi and will himself direct the work OUTHERN POUIrilY DRESSIW T Use one quart each of corn brtds- tale biscuit and light bread Slice all1 put in a slaw oven until well rowned and toasted all through toll or crumble and mix with tough boiling water to make a stilt mixture Add four eggs a little celerY onion and parsley minced fine and two dozen oysters cut Into nail pieces Season with salt rep pser and a little ground acute Uso ia ttJp sweet pepper minced If ob ilnable TRUE EVERY AVORD Yer heart Is iilver so lull of Itil- own worries that ye canl care a little for thira of other people said Mrs Shea over her waahtub If ye crowd some of your own out sure talnt no great loss Annyway It aint emptyhanded folks thats llpln others Ityl take notice Its lira with loads of their own Then she went on washing for her sick teighborSPOTATO BAKING Before baking potatoes let then stand in hot water for fifteen minutes They will require onlthallt- he time for baking are more meal and palatable and if they are bakes In a gas oven the saving in gag I- nafderable1 V iPRHQUENT MCHTNING iLfghtnlng Isere frequent IIs lorlda arid Illlaote t1tUiIn AH 7 ethr Mates w FRANK FEHR BREWING CO I INCORPORATED e Brewers and Bottlers5 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a large and exclusive line of Altar Alb and Surplice Laces We have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month If you are think- Ing of purchasing the arove soon It will pay you to look over our stock at once Judging from the past sales of these laces wo know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display We also carry a full line of materials and findings for malting and repairing Vestments Write for SampleROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods FRED ERHAR ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner fourth and Jefferson r t HBOSSESONI Funeral Directors and Embalmers OlO ytJIHR AVJiNUS- Ne hsie It a rJ THE 2 FAVORITES- of tid Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL I0c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar t The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unioomad and the bestmade for the money For ttie at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS r We have just received five carloads k 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AWNINQSANPTENTS j I A large stock of tents on hand for sale orient We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnishedt Kentucky Tent and Awning Cot f H PJ10NBS 2427 1 0NTt1RD3T 11 L 11 HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doln the Pat WeekOeneral News Notes Lets mako tho County Board pic rlc the test eyor- Indianapolis wilt have a big county initiation the first Sunday iIn October The order In Ireland has a fearless and able leader in Hon Josop Dftvlln M P With 1200 flourishing division the Ancient Order has a firm stand Ing In Ireland Martin Sheehan and James Curra are practicing some fancy steps for the County Board picnic The time has arrived for each dl vision in this city to begin preparations for their next initiation About 15000 attended the ar dual reunion of the Milwaukee HI bernlans held InTabst Park Tho members oi the Hibernian So clal Club are putting in some good licks for the County Board picnic Division 3 mqets Monday night when tho members will bo hhhJy I pleased with the reports to bo reai Division 2 made n splendid sho l- Ing this week at the celebration i St at Williams church cntertainmon Followings the summer rest pver member should endeavor to secure at least one candidate for his dlvii Ion Tuesday night Division 1111 mept at Falls City Hall and it is hope there will be another large attend anceAt the meetings this week tho Presidents will announce their ax pointments for coirimhtees for tfla reunionSome active work is being done JIn- disposing of tickets for the Phoenix Hill picnic each division being am lous to lead The enthusiasm manifested by the Hibernians if Portland Ore prom Ires well for the success of their new building project Four Hibernians were nominate fcr Councilmen hi the recent primary Thomas IDolan Charles J Flnegai T J Garvey and M J McDermott The Ancient Order is pursuing m active campaign for member throughout Colorado where iIt stands in the foremost ranks or Catholic societies Hibernians and the Knights ot Columbus with their two band ormed one of the most noticeable or the ten divisions Jn the Federation parade at Milwaukee The Ladies Auxiliary holds Us next meeting Wednesday night when several interesting announce ments are looked for All member are urged to be present St Paul Hibernians hold their field day tomorrow on St Thoma College athletic grounds and hay worked hard to have the event the best over pulled off In the North west The County Board and its Picnic Executive Committee have been do- Ing excellent work and therefor members x f the order should spar no effort to crown their efforts ant the reunion with success The fact that the divisions and Ladles Auxiliary are allowed to keep the proceeds for advance sale or tickets makes the picnic prospect good while fattening the respective treasuries at the same time Indianapolis Hibernians had a treat celebration and reunion Thursday commemorative of tho 314M anniversary of the great Irish victory Over the English at the battle af the Yellow Ford fought on Lad lay August 15 1599 County President Sullivan hat launched a division at East Chicago hid which will make the fourth IE Lako county where the order if rowing rapidlY Rev Edward Bar ret pastor of All Saints church presented a list of over sixty nature or the new division ORPHAN PICNIC The final meeting of Chairmen and committees arranging for the nnual picnic and outing for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan sylum which takes place next Tuesday was held Sunday afternoon at the orphanage attended by all thll members Every Chairman had n favorable report to make and some new features were reported as hav- Ing been arranged among them aI aengerfest The Musical Committee has arranged with the Alpon oesli Concordia Liederkranz and octal Mapnnorchor tglve the atrons of St Joseph picnic sev ernl selections Thin In a way will iltlate those attending into the spirit of the coming Saengerfesfe of 1914 as these societies are now ctlvoly engaged In rehearsing for that occasion In addition to the rove feature the management has provided many more surprises in the way of amusements A first class bowling alley will be Installed for ithuslasts in this kind of sport and a theatrical feature no mako shlUbut the real thing conducted f professionals of note will beII thore to entertain with first run lotion pictures added at night rhls will be one of the largest sath erlngs of the season and should tp- peal to all those who enjoy a real German festival and with it all aid l charitable purpose VISITED FAMOUS SHRINE Mr and Mrs Andrew Schuler L421 Hepburn avenue have returned ima delightful trip to Buffalo iagara Falls Toronto Montreal lebec and the Thousand Islands hey visited the famous shrine of n Anne de Beaupre and also the fthollo Summer School at Cliff von Mr and Mrs Schuler were companled by their two nephews phon e and Jerome Ohligschlager FONTAINE FERRY PARK The great crowds which broke all cord at Fontaine Ferry Park dur ng the past ten days will see the jellent vaudevlllesblllB announced or next Week Manager Bllgerthab tired several of the beet known I 18Qple now appearing end besides eeape all the other atlractipha lop to ii I a I A high standard Never before Wa the Ferry o prosperous and it 1 Is therefor sought by thousands who find comfort and pleasure both day and night t- is 1 ATLANTIC GRAXD COUNCIL With the election i of officers anrt selection of Louisville for the 1914 meeting the convent n of the Atlar tic Grand Council Jurisdiction Young Mens Institute which hall been in session at Pittsburgh tor four days came to an end Wednec day Delegates from nearly all of tht most important cities east of the Mississippi were present The con vention decided to reorganize the institute due to a change in the area of its organizations Instead of hole ing State conventions as heretofore two Grand Councils will be formec one the Pacific taking in councils west of the Mississippi and the other the Atlantic taking in the territory east of the river The con vention did good work in settling the differences existing between Ute jurisdictions and will again be I1In harmony Hereafter an alliance wIU be maintained through a conferenc commjtteo of six members thrEe to be appointed by each Grand Pros dent The delegates worked bard and the convention was harMonious throughout It was decided that tho Sunday succeeding All Souls day be sot as the time for all councils Ito receive holy communion In a bod for their deceased members Off cers elected follow Grand Chaplain Father Francis Felton Louisville Grand President Robert T Burk Louisville First Grand Vice President A N P Lahnord Youngstown Ohio Second Grand Vice President John E Colbert Memphis Tenn Grand Secretary Francis J Carrol Brazil Ind Grand Treasure Charles McKenzIe Pittsburgh Dl rectorsV K Eckcr Louisville W J Madden Indianapolis Phil 11 Canale Memphis Tenn P J Con nelly Avoca Pa E A Connel Cumberland Md About seventyflv delegates were in attendance REGENT DEATHS Funeral services over the remain of Tony Bergermlnl were held Tuesday morning from St Michael church He was thirtysix years ol and was well known in Italian circles He leaves a sister Mrs John Popp with whom he resided at 133 North Fourth street Funeral services over the remain of Mary Farrell aged eighty wer held Monday morning from Holy Name church of which she was a devout member Hor surviving rela tires are Mrs F J Flanagan 282 youth Third street a niece and James Donahue an attorney for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company who Is a nephew The funeral of Mrs T B Howard who died at the rpsldonce of her son inlaw Edward Yeakel 1312 Soutl Floyd street was held from FtI Pauls church Thursday morning Rev Father York being the cele brant of tho solemn mass of re quiem Mrs Howard was sevent years old and that her death 1III widely mourned is shown by the number whojbald their laat tribute to her memory TWIN CITY LEAGUE In a pretty pitchers battle be tween Brownfleld of the Champions and Pike of the Hepburns the for mgr tightened their hold on firs place last Sunday while their closes competitors the Spring flanks also won The entire league membership is now busy boosting the all star game and field meet which will take place at Eclipse Park on Sunday August 31 In which much Inter st Is being manifested by the followers of this popular organization The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows Bruins vs Kentucky Oaks Sham rocks vs riepburns Spring Banks vs Athletics and the Champions vs Cadets all at Shawnee Park Follow Ing is the standi- ngWL P- etChamplons12 4 7M Spring Banks10 5 6- 6tKentuckyOaks10 6 6- 2Shamrocks7 8 4- 6EBrulns7 9 437 Hepbnrns S 9 357 Cadets 5 9 357 Athletics 4 10 377 iI FIGHT FORPENNANT Louisville will play St Paul again this afternoon and tomorrow and then comes Columbus and Indianapolis in turn the latter ending up hero next Saturday when Louisville goes away for L ninegame road trip ending up with Indianapolis September 2 The exciting series with Min aeapolls and Milwaukee this past week has convinced many of the fans that the latter team is stronger than Is conceded by many critics who can see no one but Minneapolis and this 111 spite of the fact that Milwaukee lias defeated Minneapolis fourteen out o the eighteen games play between hese two these victories being mainly responsible for the fact that ho Brewers are leading for the pennant There is no denying that ulavllle did not put up its best jame with the latter Beumlllers ah ence unsteadying the whole team even though iBoyle played creditable ame in his place although a little nervous but his hitting has been clean and timely The only blot on the past weeks series of splendid aseball was the uncalled for action or a pack of cowards who attempted to mob the umpire for a decision whIch he gave as his honest opinion lost Tuesday and the action of a tt3W tends to hurt Louisvilles good name from sportsmanlike stand standpoint ATSITED FELLOW STUDENTS Henry Dugan of Indlanapollc who had been visiting at St Croix Iud was last week the guest of Elmer flitter East Elm street New Ibariy while en route homo Both are students for the priesthood in St Melnradji flkmlnary KRUPPS AOTORY Kruppa faetory at Bwen Ger lIany now employs 45000 skilled I workmen a4 eeasparedwith 12000 jj- thirty years axi x 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death of Thomas Flood at Cavan is much regretted The funeral was the largest seen In the district for many years Most Rev Dr Hoare has beet unanimously reelected Chairman ot the Board of Governors of the County Longford Infirmary I A scheme for lighting and an Improved water supply for Castle comer has been approved by the local Rural District Council The Roscommon Guardians ac cepted the tender of the Arlgn Mining Company for supplying forty tone of Irish coal to the workhouse The late P J Power of Water- ford reputed to be the richest commoner In Ireland left excluplvo of real estate personal value a- more than 427000 Justice Kenny addressing the grand jury at the opening of the berry Assizes said Derry had cm phaslzed Its good name by not hav lug a single dare for trial A beautiful monument thirteen feet high has boen erected at Mon asteraden In memory of Messrs Flannery and Corcoran who wen shot there by the police during sn11 eviction struggle in 1881 The BalHnasloo District Asylttn Committee unanimously ieelcctei Most Rev Dr Gilmartin as Chair man and D J Kelly as Vlca Chair man Right Rev Dr Plunkett wai elected Deputy Vice Chairman For his bravery in rescuing an aged woman named Mrs Dunne from a fire which broke out in her house In Stradbally the Society foi the Protection of Life from Firhas awarded a certltlcitu to William McEvoy Lion MoLoughlln agotl twenty four years the daughter of mos respectable parents wha reside at Derryhlllagh near Bniilsklllon was found drowned Ir the reservoir at Gnrlriesson a short distance iron her home Much regret Is felt In Armagh at the death In the Sacred Heart Con vent there of Madame Kate Byrne She had attained tho thirtynintl year of her life in religion and was the eldest daughter of the late Richard Byrne of Rosamakea Amid general regret the remains of James Ryan of Cahlr were interred In KUlaldrlffe churchyard He was for forty years employed as miller In Messrs Going Smiths flour milts He took part In the 07 rising at Ballyhurst Tlpperar Throughout County Clare the death which occurred some jays ago of the Rev John OMalley ai Ennis occasioned deep regret De ceased was sixtyfive and ministered from time to time at Broadford Puckahe Cusheen and Kllcolman Tho death Is reported of James A Aherne of New Ross for year a member of the County Council Board of Guardians and District Council Ho sustained a serious in Jury to his head a fow weeks ago by his horse becoming frightened Rev T OKelly Professor of Irish in Sumulerhlil College for the past nine years has been appointed Principal of the Leinster College of Irish in Dublin Father OKelly is the author of several well known Irish plays stories school texts and the libretto ot an Irish opera A sorrowful scene took place re cently in Monaghan when the remains of a brother and sister were removed from their fathers house for Interment Tho young man was James McKenna aged twentyeight and the young woman Mra C Mc Uleary aged twentythree son and daughter of Joseph McKenna Dub lin street 3IAMMOTI1 CAVE EXCURSION On Sunday August 31 Trinity Council Y M I will give its an nual personally conducted excursion to Mammoth Cave A special train will leave Union Station Tenth aijd Broadway at 9 a m Returning the excursionists will leave the Cave at T oclock in the evening arriving home at 10 From present indica tions this years excursion will sun pass the two previous ones Several private parties have already made arrangements to take advantage of this low rate excursion and others are being formed Tickets will be sold for 550 which will include round trip railroad fare choice of any one route In the cave and dinner In addition refreshments will be serves in the train returning SURPRISE THEIR FRIENDS Many were surprised Thursday when announcement was mado of he marriage two weeks before of Thomas Jw Callahan a ladderman of he No1 Hook and Ladder Com any and Miss Stella Roselle a idughter of Tony F Roselle hatter at 108 West Jefferson street They were married by the Rev Father J P M Rock of the Cathedral of the Assumption keeping their friends out of their secret They are now at iweet Sulphur Springs Indland will return next week Callahan was aide toi former Fire Chief Ben Dillon and was driving tho latters automobile when it overturned In December 909 and Dillon was killed Miss oselle lived with her parents in effersontown XOTHER FOR Tim GROCERS Many persons were disappointed because of the rain On July 24 which rendered it impossible fO- lthem to attend the retail grocers outing ana for this reason they have secured another date at Fon taine Ferry that of August 20 ednesday next Eyery effort will bei made to make It a day of pleasure for all with sack races for the boys gg rapes for the girls swimming ntests In the big pool and ariiro ram eating contest in the theater he winner in each contest to receive barrel of flour as the prize The funda derived from the outing will used in entertaining some lung grocers when they 600II e national convention of the tLn4jt r I t rID 1- 1 WEWANTYOURWORKWere I IIWereand in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING 1 1 i Bill Heads Letter Heads IICardsCirculars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 810 WB5ST GREEN STREET eoHo TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVan- illa Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLONI HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY Half Gallon Glass 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