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I 77I 4 4 PATRONIZE Second and XXXI NO 9 30 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS I Resolutions Adopted by Gcrnia Itomaii Catholic Central Vcrcln Interesting Pointing For Social Reform Action Sees Need of Proper Industria Education and Trade Training THE UNION Tho resolutions adopted at the national convention of the Germa Catholic Central Vereln recentl held at Buffalo present an Interest- Ing study in morEl than ono respect The social resolutions as an expres- sIon of the social programme of the Central Vereln are of special timely interest The preamble emphasize the fundamental nature of natura and iDlvlne law as the basis of true social reform and thb close connection between the universal transgres sion of these laws and the present day social question Special stress also laid on the need of constantly bearing in mind as our ultimate ain In social reform the reconstruction of society not the mere itreatmen of symptoms These fundamenta thoughts must determine Catholic to use their influence for social betterment and to interest thomselve in social politics and civic politics and must also serve as their guide In all such efforts With these thoughts In mind the reader Is led to the consideration of a number of specific problems and means of treatment The beneficent movement for the welfare of the people as this thoroughly Christian movement has been called considers the welfare of all classes of society but directs its solicitude t primarily toward the working class t ac the most sorely oppressed and the weakest class and as that most n endangered by radical propaganda The Central Verein proclaims its un qualified endorsement of the right ot organization of working men anti f working women and regrets that this right is so frequently denied Oilthther hard the resolution are not blind to the with the right of organization and raise their voice in warning against this abuse They recognize the trade unions as the sole existing organiza tions through which workers can safeguard and advance the Interests of their class and craft they indorse the just and proper efforts of the tindo unions and recognize the right of the Catholic worker to labor in and with his union for better conditions But they likewise Insist on the duty of combating socialistic and other dire influences in the unions lest the radical elements gain con trol and make It impossible for Cath olics to retain their membership Solicitude for the fifth estate prompts the next resolution which deals with the vast masses of unor ganized laborers who unprotected and helpless as they are become an easy prey to exploitation on the one hand and to the radical agitation of the Industrial Workers of the World on the other Missionary work and extensive personal and organized ef fort Is necessary In the socalled la bor camps as well as In the cities and that particularly among immi grants Immediately upon their ar rival and afterward also The Holy See has entrusted Immigrants to the tender solicitude of their more for tunate brethren This years conven tion renewed Its previous declara tions asking for adequate control of woman and child labor andlinsists that this question in addition to be ing an economic one is also a re ligious and an ethical question The convention went on record as recog nizing In addition to other means legally fixed minimum wages and legally determined maximum hours as aids for proper adjustment of this difficult question Another Important resolution is the one treating of social services la favor of the middle classes and the farmers In particular All true social politics we read aro primarily middle class politics And justly so Therefore the convention expresses its desire to cooperate for permanent strengthening and ad vancement with the small enter prenuer the small business man storekeeper the clerk the office man etc This class Is vitally necessary for the maintenance of society and must be Strengthened In addition the convention declared In favor of n pension system for civil service em ployes and asked Congress ito consider this recommendation favorably The last social resolution favors the organization of Catholic women for charitable work It will be seen from all these resolutions that the Central Vereln believes In practical and practicable work In constructive effort and in Instruction as an aid to all of this NOT FOR ADE George Ado the American humor let had this to say before leaving London for home Saturday I shall be glad tp got hack to a life of gayety on my Indiana farm Europe with its reputed gay 1Ifels the dullest thing in the world The niott enjoyable pa tofDr trip hat c r Ii KENTUCKY IRISH I AMERICAN V VOLUME LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST TIMELY Suggestions RECOGNIZE TRADES ttfoadraftersof concomitantA been my visit to London I like London In August because then all the upper class people are away and London is delightful I have been surfeited with this hands apross the sea and blood Is thicker than water talk But can not see it The English and Americans may bj cousins but the English can not place what degree of couslnshlp we occupy It is so remote that it 1Is nonexistent except when some orator feels the need to say something Then everybody cheers the evergree platitudes and promptly forgets them WHAT BISHOP REALLY SAID The Right Rev Joseph Schromb Bishop of Toledo who in April went to Rome with 112 pilgrims including fifteen clergymen of his own diocese and created a sensation by in speech read to Cardinal Merry del Val Papal Secretary of State returned last Saturday by tho Cunarde Campania He said the European press had magnified the significant of his utterances Ho had suggests In his address on behalf of the pilgrims that all pilgrims should usi their Influence to have the spiritual rights of the church in Italy en Inrged This inspired the Roman press whose editorials were reprint ed in English publications to attacl the Bishop as an innovator declaring that he was the first leader of pll grims that had over ventured 40 make sugestions as to the temporal government of Italy The Bishop said that he had hat no quarrel with the Quirinal and that lIe did not believe In Intorfer Ing with the temporal affairs of Italy There were some spiritual rights that had been taken from the Vatican which he believed should be restored His Holiness could not designate what Archbishop or Blshoj he might desire at a certain place without the consent of the mono nrchlal government of Italy The Archbishop of Rome could not as sume his functions although ho had been appointed a year because the Government was opposed to him All that we desire the Dl hop said is the same measure of spir itual liberty we have in America You can not Imagine President Wil son opposing the appointment ot selection by the Profestant church the Catholic church or any other church of the Bishop or Archbishop of Its choice There should be some agreement between the Quirinal and the Vatican by which the situation intolerable from the viewpoint of the rhurcfb should be relieved 01 ended SACRED HEART SCHOOL Next Monday the Sacred Heart Commerciat School 1l conngctfon vltlftherparochlarsctibblatrSeven teenu and Broadway will open with high mass by the pastor Rev Father Walsh Although the business department of this school has been es abllshed but seven years It has met with the most gratifying success from the very beginning and every indication points to an Increase In attendance during 191314 over former years About 200 pupils have been graduated from the commercial lasses and been placed In splendid positions In some of the best offices In the city In fact It has been difficult to supply the demand for itenographers and bookkeepers from Sacred Heart The graduates have an alumnae whereby they keep track of and assist each other in obtain- Ing positions thereby constituting a sort of an employment agency among themselves which is direct and ifficaceous The society has among its members many nonCatholics rho are doing great credit to their Lima Mater It will be remembered that Sacred Heart school received the handsome A N Palmer medal for penmanship last year over all tho other parochial schools in the city The commercial department in under the capable and efficient dl octlon of Sister Angellne of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth who teaches bookkeeping together with he kindred branches spelling grammar arithmetic and letter writing Application should be made at once to Father Walsh or to Sister An dine at St Anns Home Portland venue WILL ENJOY TRIP Those who accompany Trinity Council Y M I to Mamnioth Cave morrow will certainly onjoy the rip A large and select party Is assured and Trinitys commitee and Lbe Louisville Nashville manage ment have made every arrangement for the convenience and comfort ot the excursionists The special train rill leave Union Station Tenth and roadway at 9 oclock In the morn- Ing arriving at the Cave before noon when a special and bounteous dinner w11l be served at the Cave Hotel The fternoon will be given over to tours through the historic and wonderful cave the choice of routes being open to the visitors Almost endless are the wonders and beauties of the lammoth and adjacent caves Each has Its distinctive features arid the our of one creates the desire to ex tore the others This will be the last opportunity for many to make this trip and should be taken advantage of The fare will be 550 and Includes round trip ticket hotel bill and cave fees On the train return- Ing which will arrive here at 1015 there wli be an abundance of re reshments OUT TODAYk County Assessor Edward Ar Barry ixpects to come down to his office today having been laid up at his esldence in the Highlands this past week with a sprained ankle but is niow able to get around wiCh the help orA cane Some of hit friends ay that he pulled up lame atI the form sheet gays from an exhaustive reteh run in the ree campaign 0t KENTUCKY Favored For Chapter of Amen scan Irish Historical Society President Clarke Putting New Life Into This Growing Organization Now Numbers In Its Mcmucrslit Men Prominent in Pub lie Life NONRELIGIOUS NONPOLITICAL The American Irish Historical Society has anew President Who I1is putting life Into the organization This President Is Joseph I C Clarke scholar poet and journalist iMr Clarke who is the author of many beautiful poems and also of various volumes of prose and poetry has conceived the idea that the America Irish Historical Society should hay a chapter in each State and with tMs end In view has inaugurated a movement to form a chapter Jn Kentuck Kentucky has a fund of historic in terest for the Irish but little of it has been brought out Tho America Irish Historical Society was organ Ized for the purpose of drawing the attention of the American people to the part played by Irishmen in found Ing this republic Historians have either neglected this or when they die write of the early history gave credit to others The American Irish His tcrlcal Society is nonreligious and nonpolitical Leading Catholics as well as Protestants are included in Its membership It publishes from yea to year an account of the early Irish activities in this country the volume being neatly printed Distinguished scholars contribute to this valuable workKentucky was populated in Itt early days by Irishmen It matter not whether they were Catholic Qr Piotestant they were Irish Thej fRed from Ireland in order to be free to secure life liberty and the pur suit of happiness Historic papers ore prepared by members of the so ciety and all are accurate The so ciety controverts the ScotchIrish myth and contends that there art none such and lfthereils to1ije any appellation attached to Irishmen It should be IrlstoScatch Rather the society contends that plain Irish is good enough A man should be proud that he is Irishmore so than If bc were Scotch About fifteen years ago the Ameri can Irish Historical Society was organized in the East and Thomas Hamilton Murray was the Secretary As a labor of lovo he prepared many papers which are published in the archives and in neatlybound volumes The first Vice President of the organization In Kentucky was Edward Fitzpatrick but afterward John Slattery was made Vice President for Kentucky Mr Fitzpatrick having severed his connection with Kentucky journalism to go to New Albany for the CourierJournal and Times The Very Rev Andrew Morrissy Vice President of Notre Dame University Is the present Vice President for Indiana and James Thompson the Main street distillers the Vice President for Kentucky Mr Thompson is so Irish that he has its firm name printed In Irish over its door step Judge Matt ODoherty md Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott are also members of the society It 4s hoped by Mr Clarke that irishmen of ability and capable of writing history will now join the society The dues are but 5 a year privilggeftapers Distinguished men from all parts of the country aro joining and Ur Clarke in a letter to the editor ot the Kentucky Irish American expresses the hope that a chapter be rganized In Kentucky It is a patriotic movement In which every Irishman should be Interested It is not mended to make dollars by the or tanlzatlon but Irather to draw attention to the achievements of the rlsh in early days- ADDITIONS TO SCHOOLS At the opening of the fall term of Holy Trinity parochial schools in New Albany early In September a iris high school department will be stablished in charge of Sister Aloysius Marie who has had charge of the girls eighth grade classes Sister Aloysius Mario is one of the most Competent teachers of advanced ranches in the Sisterhood of Prov dence which order has charge of Holy Trinitys schools Sister Henrl etta Marie Sister Superior who Is irinclpal of the schools will teach the girls eighth grade classes The new high school will open with three lasses freshman sophomore and Junior It is expected that there rill be thirty students about ten In each class ST brd rim S Who people of St Matthews will celebrate Labor day with a garden arty the proceeds to go to the fund for tho new school Rev John lohlsen is erecting There will bo uchre and lotto and other amusements in the afternoon and evening and also an excellent meal for all fake the Walnut and Crescent Hill ears to city limits or the couritry car ni Tehr avenue Father SBobtaen hopes to have the pleasure of meeting many of his city friends that day The party will be held on Holy Trin Ity church grounds RECENT DEATHS Funeral services over the remain of George W McCrocklln an ago Confederate veteran and father of Mrs John Baskette 2017 Maryjam avenue were held Sunday afternoon from St Francis of Assist church His death resulted from an attack of heart trouble Besides Mrs Basketd he leaves another daughter Miss Augusta Goering daughter of Mrs Louise Goerlng 1115 Goss avenue died last Sunday bf tuberculosis She was a most amiable young 1ady with a wade circle of friends and ac quaintances who deeply mourn he death Besides her mother three brothers and five sisters survive her The funeral was conducted Tuesda morning from St Pauls church and was very largely attended Following a two weeks Illness ol typhoid fever John Ralble twenty years old and employed by the Louis yule iNashvllle railroad died Tues day afternoon at the home of hit parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Raible 1716 West Oak street Besides his parents he is survived by three brothers and four sisters He was an industrious and popular young man and many mourn his untimely death The funeral was hold Thurs day morning Rev George Conner be- Ing tho celebrant of the requiem mass 3t St Williams church Capt John G Staab Union vet eran and retired fireman and well known throughout the city died sud denly Monday morning at his home 830 East Broadway He was seventy years old and to one of his children on Saturday he expressed himself as feeling that his lifes journey was near the end He Is survived by his widow Mrs Catherine Reid Staab two sons Jolm Staab of Louisville and Prank Staab df Indianapolis two daughters Mrs William Shlp horst of Cleveland and Miss Elizabeth Staab of this city and two grandchildren He was a member of the Catholic Knights of America The funeral was held Wednesday morn Ing from St Johns church of which ho was a lifelong and faithful mem ber BISHOP AT STiTirroN The Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue visited Stithton this week and on Tuesday administered the sacrament or confirmation at St Patricks church to a class of 152 members of the congregation WJiIle at Stithton the Bishop was the guest of the Rev cather itudolphu pasror o t 5t Patrick s The occaaTonvSrHlmems orablo one for the Catholics of that section and was attended by the Rev J L Whelan of St Josephs iDavless cdunty and Rev J S Henry of Cloverport both of whom were formerly pastors at this church the Rev Fathers Celestine Brey John Rv Peifer John D Kallaher Patrick Monaghan and Francis J Keller of Louisville J J Abell of St John Delphln Autheman of Cecilia and George Niehaus of Flahenty ANOTHER SUCCESS SCORED The Hibernians of Louisville scored another distinctive success Tuesday evening when they held heir annual reunion and picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Young and old froma1l parts of the city thronged he park and esplanade and pro anted a beautiful and inspiring scene While the young men and women enjoyed the dancing and the promenades their seniors met old riends renewed acquaintances and pent a most delightful evening County President Connelly and Messrs Thomas Tarpy James Velsh John Maloney and John J larry deserve great credit for the success of this reunion as does also he Ladles Auxiliary The County Board met Thursday night and the reports submitted though trot complete were most gratifying Especially pleasing to those In charge was the character of the gathering which attested the high standing of the indent Order in Louisville ABBOT OBRECHT SAILS The Right Rev Edmund Obrecht USbot of the monastery at Geth emanl sailed Wednesday for Europe where he will spend several months on official business He will attend a meeting of the Grand Chapter of the Trappist order to be held at Clteaux France and will visit his Ister and other relatives In AlsacI jorraine The Abbot will also go toI Rome for a private audience with Pope Plus and for conference with the Sacred Congregation oftbePropaganda Ho will report to the Pope the information secured by him a year ago when he made a trip round the world as a Papal delegate to the missionary Bishops and prefectures apostolic of India China and Japan During his absence tho Very Rev Father Patrick Dunn the Prior is in charge at Gethsemanl iince leaving Louisville Abbot brecht spent a few days at the rapplst Monastery of Our Lady ot tbo Valley near Providence R I MACKIN COUNCIL Interest In Mackln Council affairs this week centered In the Social Club meeting held Wednesday night when an organization for the coming eason was perfected and George J hornton elected President This lub will continue the fall and winter reception dances that have been so opular with the young people of this city With the summer ended activIty will now be reaumed and Iit Is expected that another big Inltla loa will tke place this fall Ii- J t MOUNTAINS Made Out of Political Rumor by the Press of Great Britain Ulster Farce and Sir Edwards Gallery Play Amusing Liondon The Asqulth Cabinet Viii Not Undergo Any Marked ChangeS- TRENGTHENING LLOYD GEORGE News from London the past week has been rather unimportant the only literesting observation being con tined in Philip Everetts cablegram which here follows These are the days when even sort ous newspapers are often forced to worry along on a no more substautla diet than stories of sea serpents and gossip from the bathing resorts ant are glad to grasp any political rumor DO matter how mysterious Its origin or how flimsy Its tale Fortunately for newspaper writers the crop ol political summer rumors is rather above the average thanks to the troublous time In which we aro llvng Really I can nail imagine what we would find to write about now If we yore living under a Conservative Government with harmonious coopera lion between the House of the people and that of the Lords and no prospects of home rule or land taxes to play In the horizon as heat lightning But as I said the crop of rumors I I rather abundant and almost every veek we hear of a planned rearrange meat of the Cabinet iVyhllo some of these rumors are too absurd to men tion especially as it is known that Mr Atsqulth is not in favor of any Important changes there Is overt reason to believe Dr McNamara will enter the Treasury department to strengthen the hand of LloydGeorge during the land campaign when tho Attorney General shall havo been made Lord Chief Justice of England- It is also almost certain that a chants rill be made in the Local Government Board thoughjt will not necessitate John Burns leaving the Cabinet That the Postmaster General has ons wished to be transferred to a higher poeitIon lwpprJll an dy and any one whosea the telephone ln England most heartily hopes that his wish may be granted Aside from these rumors we have the Ulster farce to keep us supplied with Interesting news though probably no one any longer takes It seri ously Among its most amusing re cent features had undoubtedly been Sir Edward Carsons play to the gal lery His attempts to make the childlike Conservative voter believe that he is bravely Incurring the danger of arrest and daring the Government to lay hands on him as a bold bad man planning to commit high treason have simply been Irresistibly funny Non nn In the country knows better than fir Edward himself that no matter bOW violent his speeches he will never bo In danger of arrest not only be cause he Is personally exceedingly Copular with the members of the Government several of whom are his best chums but also because no one Cor a moment thinks of taking him seriously when he plays the part of the political villain LiberalIpaper Sir Edwards speeches are violent but his treason Is merely hypothetical In the case of the suffragettes the words are followed by acts butin Sir Edwards case the only result is ap ilause and applause of so amiable an orator is not a crime The alleged warrant Is a fairy tale doubtless Intended to stimulate flagging campaign If the Government were tak- Ing Sir Edward seriously the first step would be to strike his name off the Privy Council but he remains Right lonorable his oath of allegiance is itlll In force and at tho bar toe con litucs to wear silk The fact is that evolution however admirable as a iresentatibn blackthorn with which to hreaten the Cabinet bears a very different aspect when tC is seen that the menaces do not frighten the Imperial authority Sir Edward Is bound to goon talking wildly but the tinan clal Interests of Belfast are dead gainst a policy of extremes ANNA KELLY DEAD Mrs Anna Kelly sixty years of ago widow of Patrick Kelly passed to her eternal reward Saturday morn- Ing at the residence of her sonin aw Dr W M Dwyer 422 North Twentysixth street The deceased ray a native of Ireland but for over forty years had resided In this city where she was held in high esteem bya wide circle of friends Mrs Cellys death was hastened by shock and injuries when she fell from her bed a week before The funeral took place Mpnday morning from St Jecillas church with a high mass orI requiem br the Rev Father Craney CATHEDRAL REOPENED This week took place the reopen ng of the venerable and historic St- outs Cathedral at New Orleans whIch has been closed for repairs using the past several months Tho work of strengthening the founda tions and other parts of the building hick required attention has been horoughly done and the ancient Uflce Is how in perfect condition so I J far as safety is concerned It w1l1 be a source of deep satisfaction not only to the parishioners of the Cathc drat but also to the Catholics of the city at large that the feast of St Louis the patronal feast of the archdiocese will be celebrate within these venerable walls with all the accustomed splendor of forme years The feast fell on Monday but the celebration of It ds transferret to tomorrow the Sunday following as has been the custom heretofore COLLEGE OPENING St Xavlers College will reopen next Tuesday with holy mass in UK college hall celebrated by the Ver Rev Father Deppen The coming session closes a half century epoch in the work of the institution anll the Xaverlan Brothers who conduct the college are to be congratulate on the progress they have made during this period St Xaviers was opened In 1864 In a small house located on a portion of the ground now occupied by the new St Boniface school In 1866 the institute was moved to a building on Fourth avenue where the north wing of St Josephs Infirmary stands In 1890 the spacious grounds and palatial residence now occupied by the Brothers were purchased and ten years later a building Impressive In size and beautiful In architecture was erected Tho Interior of the building Is complete In Its equipment and finely adapted to the needs of such an Institution It has been the aim of tho Brothers to keep the college abreast of similar institutions noted for efficiency of work ant high standard It should be a mat ter of pride and satisfaction to them that they have so well succeeded as the thousands of young men whom they have trained and fitted for life amply attests Their alumni are found In every walk of life and are known to 10 men of high principle and professional and business at tainments To have In their midst such an Institution Is one of titgreatest advantages a Catholic com munlty can enjoy and Catholic parents should take advantage of the opportunity St Xavlers affords to give their sons an education which will prepare them for life here anO hereafterTho affords tho choice ol three coursesthe classical titscientific and the business course These courses are designed to met the requirements of students who are preparing for the university technical school or business TOMORROWS EXCURSION From all Indications the excursion to be given tomorrow to Jasper Ind by the Catholic Knights of Louisville will in every way surpass any ever given over the Southern railway Fo eeks oo mi toqhermAIlUbeen perfecting the arrangements and not a single detail has been overlooked There has been a great demand for tickets and It is expected the excursionists will number at least 500 Chairman Ben Kruse Charles Hill William T Meehan and Charles Falk have ar ranged the programme for the ex cursionists who will be met on their arrival In Jasper by the Star Band and the local Knights who will act as escort to Maple Park where there will be a band concert and refresh ments At 230 there will be a base ball game on the Jasper College campus between teams selected by Ben Kruse and Capt Kunkel and represent g Louisville and Jasper After the game there will be amuse fonts and a good time at the park Thursday word was received from Capt Kunkel that the hotels and restaurants would grant special rates and that for all there would be everywhere a hearty welcome Round- trip tickets will be 150 children half price The train will leave the Jnlon Depot Seventh and the river it 730 oclock sharp SPENT MERRY NIGHT were some doings at the IIThere Athletic Club meeting Tuesday night All the members were notified that It was tobe a special in two parts For tho irst the Board of Directors pre ented their report which was Important but most satisfactory It showed this popular organization In a most prosperous condition and the club rapidly reducing the home debt Tho second act was a surprise party iy Ben Brumleve In honor of the arrival of a prospective member of his club He proved a genial host and all enjoyed his hospitality It- was only when he was cared on for a speech that he showed any agitation but ho managed to get through ill right It was a really Jolly night or the Columbians who Invite all heir friends to visit their club house which has undergone many improve aonts VISITS IllS OLDHOME Rev J B Qvelly O pwho has been spending the past three weeks here with his sister Mrs Eugene J lenchey has gone to West Baden Springs for a short sojourn before returning to Kansas City where he ist now stationed For the past five ears Father Kelly has been on the Eastern missions While In this city he met many of his friends Father Celly Is a iLoulsvllle boy and was a few years ago stationed at St Louis Jertrands church He is a nephow of Judge Matt ODoherty and has amorous relatives here OFFICE FOR BRIGHT His many Louisville friends were leased this week when they learned that it had been announced at Frank orfthat State Auditor Henry M JoswoHh had selected Capt Edward right as a deputy fire marshal under Fire Marshal C C Bosworth AAccording to the report the appoint tent will become effective feptem ber 1 WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Nod Order POLITICS Directly Responsible For Pres ent Exposures in Local Post Office Present Conditions Flat Denial- of Former Flowery Statements Y Democrats Preparing For an Aggressive Fall Cam paign NO GROSS ELECTION FRAUDS The exposure of a shortage of accounts In the local Postoffico this past week with a promise of more arrests to follow Is but a vindication of the statements which appeared in the columns qf the Kentucky Irish American from time to time to tho effect that politics were rampant In the Postoffice In addition to dis crimination and that the public of Louisville were far from receiving a beIng the fact that the four dally papers were printing laudatory articles of Postmaster Robert Woods and As o sistant Postmaster John Morey and only recently when the forthcoming resignation of Woods was announced complimentary notice of our local postal service appeared In the dail ies In all probability in the case of wholesale scandal the same papers will again appear with the statement of Improved postal service under WoodsThe testimony in the ODonnell case proved conclusively that politics were played in the Postofflce civil service regulations were a myth and that Postmaster Woods and his as sistant encouraged religious discrimination which Itself Is a viola tion of civil service by taking prom- Inent part In an antiCatholic demon stration Furthermore It Is being rumored and which rumor some of our dally papers have heard but did not publish that Postmaster Woods was forced to resign In direct contrast to tire conduct of the above officials nothing but praise is heard on all sides for United States Marshal George Loog and Internal Revenue Collector J4141g2YEillY whohave the godrcoplnrdUallfcardle of rY 1 7 and politics their cond tof their 1 public trusts being meritorious In tho extreme Both staunch Republi cans they are a credit to their party With the return of Frank MciIGrath who is expected homo today the plans for the Democratic cam palgn will be formulated and headIquarters secured at the Tyler Hotel i Many speakers have already proffered their services and broadside fitter broadside will be poured into the HeraldProgressive ticket whlcn is a frail affair to say the least and when the X rays of the Democratictlsearchlight are turned in Its direction A the Louisville Herald will be kept busy with Its dally apology for tho 11 misfit affair which Is labeled the 1 Progressive ticket At the hour of going to press tone of the startling election thefts is heralded by the Progressive organ lad come to light in the Pflanz Foster case the evidences ofcor uptlon being only minor and on a par with similar instances of pre bus elections over zealous friends 0- 1of both candidates resorting to alslflcatlon of returns and It was proven absolutely to the satisfaction of everyone concerned that there was no preconcerted attempt to steal the ilectlon as charged In the Pflanz contest petition and tho returns1showing that everything was con w 11ianywhere11i unfair to brand every election Offliiier as a party to the alleged theft LOSS TO CITY tirt The large circle of friends of Bernard J Janslng were grieved to learn of his death Thursday morn ng at his homo 4314 West Chestnut treet the result of an illness of rights disease Mr Janslng was a native of this city and fiftyfive years old He was President of the Louis Hie Cider and Vinegar Works and was prominent in everything calcu ated to advance Louisvilles material Interest Loved by family and lends and respected by those with whom business brought him in contact his passing away is sincerely mourned His widow who was formerly Miss Mary Elizabeth Byrne n brother John D Janslng and a star Mrs Bettle Gunterman survive him The funeral will take lace this morning and will be attended by the Knights of Columbus ofr which the deceased was for years II member QUIETLY WEDDED The marriage of Miss Anna G Linn and Carl F Ellwanger was quietly solemnized last Saturday at tho rectory of the Cathedral of the Assumption the Rev Father Rock officiating There were no attendants and only the immediate members of the family werp present at tIle ceremony Tho brjdo was attired in a tasteful gown of white satin with trimmings of lace and carried a shower bouquet ot brides roses Mr and Mrs Ellwanger left mmedlately after the cerorndnyfof- weddingof trip East and upon their return they will be at hours at the WleslncerGalbert r U KENTUOKY r LSH AMERXQAN- J G 1 1ftMR1Gfiftasvatod te the Social end Moral Advance iemeat el Irish AaurlcaM and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COl corpontd PuUllohor SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Botirtd et tile L aliTlll Poittfflc as 8eoadChas CUtUr iilrcK CoBanilcatloas to lie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Ofttn St t 1913tCONSISTENCY The local Trades and Labor Assembly has selected Charles DobbB for Labor day orator Dobbs Is associate editor of a nonunion pub- lIcation and one of our leading r Socialists both of above facts hardly being consistent with union labor principles WILSON AND MEXICO The relations between the Unltcd States and Mexico reached a mo t acute stage this week but what ithe final outcome will be none can yet tell That President Wilson has acquitted himself with high credit during the negotiations all men acknowledge The people of 1the country regardless of party or other difference approve the cource of tthl President not one discordant note s being heard President Wilson exercised the highest Judgment when hO chose exGov John Lind as his messenger to Mexico That he wisely kept his own counsel and head Whl1e the situation was such that any lac1t of discretion or of diplomacy might I have greatly Increased the difficulties of this country is borne out by the Presidents message to Congress The situation Is well summed up by Henry Wotterson not a great admirer of the President who says the country is to be congratulate and Is congratulating Itself upon the manner In which progress has been made away from the disaster Jf Invasion and a bloody war with farreaching III consequences despite the certainty of a sorry victory for the United States and toward 3 denouement that will leave Amerlc upon record as a cleanhanded and disinterested advocate of peace and advancement In Mexico and in other countries In the South FATHER TIEUNEYS ADVICE Addressing the Fourth Intern Itonal Congress on School Hygiene at Buffalo on Wednesday the Rev Richard J Tierney S J of Woo stock College Maryland stated the Catholic attitude toward the problems under discussion Father TIerney declared that while his convictions were not favorable to the movement In all Its details neither were they adverse Eliminate the details of sex hygiene train character teach that purity Is noble and possible that vice is vile and carries Us own punishment that marriage IIs Inviolable that the family is sacred Knowledge Is not moral power Christ not hygiene will cleanse the World was his advice He alflo urged the abolition of animal dances and the discontinuance 1f coeducational Institutions for lien lor studentsPURPOSE EXPOSED Tho leaders of the Socialist trade union movement of Germany seem to anticipate the growth of a Christian trade union movement in this coup try br at least the growth of ia Christian Influence In the existing trade union bodies To prevent the growth of such a movement and to exert an Influence In favor of Socialistic r control over the trade unions of our country the General Commission of Trade Unions of Germany a r Socialistic organization has Just recently isSued a publication It English for distribution In the United States on the Church and the Trade Unions in Germany A Socialist member of the Reichstag DrA Erdmann is the author of the pamphlet The treatise is carefully worded and care Is taken not to offend the religious belief of any worker in or outside of the Socialist movement The evident purpose of the pamphlet however is to discredit both the Christian trade union move Impnt and the Catholic workingmens associations of Germany and by Inference the influence of similar institutions present or future in this country also The pamphlet is fur thermore designed to answer thQ defense the Christian trade unions of Germany published by the Central Vereln about a year ago and sent to nil the officials of the American federation of labor This pamphlet shows anew the zeal with which jloeiftlittB campaign for the control of the labor movement This new Mt kwllliwe confidently believe be answered in the same satisfactory Jannera was the former one lj CONTRASTED Lstbur n Krock makaea striking I trwrl tMn the leiters th4- Mmlpasd Mtw this country Mid e this pwaf Mk trod Pretit- U 1 Wilsons message to Congress TIle Presidents stately message breatJ Ing kindness sympathy and penlN toward Mexico advising Congress tto wait for the evItable downfall of HuerUi yet ringing with the force of a drastic action provided virtually a racial contrast to the reply of Gamboa It was AngloSaxon versus SpanishAmerican the one broad tolerant patient yet full of sorrowful prophecy the other divided 1be- tween veiled sneers and grandiose representations oC pitiable realitle There was never anything more Mexican than the letter of Gamboa to LindThe gist of the Presidents suggestions to Congress were that the Mexican situation must be given more time to work Itself out that In the meantime he will deny arms to all factions of the republic includ- Ing Huerta and that all Americans who are physically able should leave Mexico at once In view of the fresh conflict which will shortly be raging The Most Rev Patrick Wl1l1am Riordan Archbishop of San Francisco a lion of the true fold celebrated the seventysecond annl jrersary of Ills birth on Wednesday This distinguished churphman was ordained June 10 1865 and consecrated September 16 1883 He succeeded to the Archbishopric th Most Rev Joseph Sadoc Alemnn O P who resigned In 1884 The Catholic Union and Tim notes that In spite of all the excitement on the part of politicians the people seem to be quite complacen If THaw could be held why not Tack Johnson IRISH JOURNALISTS WORDS One of the most engaging of con temporary English Catholic writersI Is Philip Gibbs In his latest book Glbbs puts Into the mouth of an Irish Journalist these touching words reo gardlng the Blessed Virgin My boy the reverence of divine womanhood In the sacred and beautiful figure of Our Lady Is very cleansln to the filthy hearts of men Thet thought of divine motherhood and virgin Innocence drags them out rof the mire lit gives them a brigs vision to which they grope their way through the darkness of their own sinfulness That Is why the lyle people never Indulge in the black unnatural vices of humanity God knows many of them are weak many of them are brutal but the momor of itfoa Hall Mary taught them in the old cabin and the little church cones singing into their ears when the devil lures them to the blackest pits And oven if they descend to the lowest depths the face of the Madonni looks down at them and with one Ave Maria shouted from a tortured heart they leap out pf the clutche of the foul fiend and stretch out1 their hands to the Mother of Mercy STOOD LONG YEARS When old Trinity church knows as Trinity school will be torn down f which is to take place shortly the oldest ecclesiastical building an probably the oldest building in the District of Columbia will be demolished The old church Which stands on a site which overlooked the Potomac in the early days when Its floors were open to worshipers war erected in 1788 by Father Francis tfoalo No building In the District has seen the history that the old Trinity has seen Georgetown Col age Which was founded In 1789 in year after the erection Of this church itlll has some of its original build- Ings standing but its founding Is In part due to the pioneers who first broke ground for a church When Georgetown was a primitive settlement Father Neale In company with a zealous band of members of the Society of Jesus came to that site and despite the obstacles which were prevalent In those days when one had to battle with both beasts and In dlanstbey planted the first church In the District of Columbia and for that reason Holy Trinity has been characterIzed as the cradle of lathollclty in the District The church was standing as a place of orshjp when the British came on Washington In 1812 and burned the Capitol During the civil war its actuary was used to harbor the wounded Federal soldiers and adopted by the Federal Government as a hospital C SQUELCHED It Is said that A C Veatch the virulent antiCatholic editor of the Sovereign Odd Fellow has been called down by the Grant Sire of the order for his attack on Catholics and the Grand Lodge is to consider eatchs cases at iU September meet- Ing STIOE MKENNA MAY RETIRE Juitiee MeKrana of the United tateeSHprema Court celebrated h1P vaiHtietH birthday anniversary O- DAulluIt18U te ranked in age only r Jttitlea Holmee and le now eligible ti retire with fHll pay undertki1- aW i 1 A t SQGIETY J Miss Loretto Sohwlermann has returned home from Porgy Royal Police Capt M J Hogan Is home from a two weeks visit to Dawson Springs J i Mayor Head and Mrs Head wUl return home next week from Petos key MJch Mrs Matthew ODoherty has re tamed from a two weeks vlsl to Portland Maine Miss Corinne iLyons returned home Sunday from a weeks stay at Hardin Springs Miss Mamie Gottbrafch was last week the guest of Miss Virginia Bar Tiger at ShelbyvUleI Miss Ethel Greely Is expected home today from a two months vacation at Grassy Creek Ind P J Mitchell of Milwaukee ia visiting his cousins the Misses 1Iary J and Agnes Delaney John J Henehan of Twentythl street has been enjoying his annual vacation this past week Miss Helen Otflourke of Parkvle is In Bowling Green the guest of Miss Margaret Hendricks Misses Anna Clines and Kalherlne Vowel left Saturday for a trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto Miss Virginia Higgins ds lsIUn friends and relatives In East Orange N J and Washington D C Mrs Robert A Watson left Ilast week for a visit to her brother Thomas Cooke In Pittsburgh Messrs John B and Harry C Keyer have been spending the p- pweek at French Lick Springs John L Gruber and wife and baby visited In Shelbyvllle the past week the guests of Mrs J Salinger Misses K and B Riordan of Port land have been spending the past week visiting In Union county Misses Cornelia and Isabelle Mac of the Highlands have returned from a visit to relatives at Carrollton Thomas B Newman was a wee end visitor with his mother Irs Mary C Newman In Frankfort Charles H McCarty Is celebrating the arfival of a little girl who arrived at his home on Wednesday Mrs Philip McGovern and daug tar Miss Anna of Flora Heights are on a trip to New York and Canada Misses Mary iMcHugh and Eva Liebel left last week for Washington D C Philadelphia and Atlantic jDlt j l1ssElla Akers of Bedford Ind Is visiting her sister MrsJ B Shaughnessy 1146 East Kentucky street Miss Gertrude Langan of Clncl natl Is the guest of her sister lIss Loretta Langan of 530 West Hill street Misses Margaret Dalton anOIaym Fllburn visited In Frankfort the past woek the guests of Mrs Uanlt Kennedy Miss Margaret Clancy has returne from Sellersbur Ind where she was the guest of her aunt at her home II 11 Maple Hill Miss Eleanor Moritz of Cllftor has returned from a weekend vIsit with her cousin Miss Dorothy Morlt liL New Albany Miss Hallle McMahan of Flora Heights has been a member of a house party given by Miss Nelll fcnes at Clarks Misses Maggie and Mary M woeney have returned from a thre peeks visit to Washington New Yorl cnd Niagara Falls Mr and Mrs Martin Donahue anlsister Miss Lillian McQueen are Trending several weeks at Petoske tnd the Lake region Misses Mary sand Blanche Flyni enjoyed a delightful visit with Mrs A It Boardman on the Greenland farm near Shelbyvllle Misses Maggie and MaryMc iweeney hay returned from a three weeks visit to New York Niagara Falls and Washington Miss Eva Raldy West Main street left Monday to spend several weeks with friends In Chicago She will also visit In Milwaukee MIsses Maryland Nellie Finegan of Sixth street are visiting in Modoc Ark as guests of their sister Mrs Peter Jennings Miss Mae Davln of Pontland Is visiting her sister Mrs William P Burke at Waterloo Iowa Mrs James J Naughton 1911 West Market street has gone to Lexington for a ten days visit to her slsterMTS James MoKenna Mrs P J Delaney and daugh tars Mary J and Agnes have Just turned from Milwaukee and Chi caco where they visited relatives Miss Nell Leamey and niece Margaret 1eamey left Ilast Sunday for eEflttJe WMh to visit their uncle andiuntYl and Mrs P Leamey Dr Michael Casper has returned bm Cannetton where be coom inled horse hla litter JUse Bva C s opera who was here ora visit of tt ral week- MarttnJ4 Mullaney of the Chem rtry di wtm Ht of Stis American 1oputh tees enjoying ONE DOLLAR a month keeps you on the payroll In event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection his annual vacation at Springfield this past week- William Hammond of South Sev enth street Is expected home Ithis week after spending the summer in Chicago and South Bend and Michigan City Ind John J Crotty spent last week In New York City and was eagdirly sought by the larger dry goods houses who are always anxious 10 secure his orders Jonathan ONeill and wife of Jef fersonville are In Kansas City visit- Ing their son Charles ONeill Befor returning they will visit Wmlam ONeill at Nashville Last weeks arrivals In Paris iIn- cluded the Misses lfargaretand V inlfred Connaughton Annie iMcGIll and Margaret and Mary Cummings all registered from Louisville Miss Katherine Henley and nlec and nephew Miss Inez Bannon i 141111am and Bannon have returned from a three weeks trip to New York Washington and Niagara Falls Mrs Edward Parker and lUsa Marguerite Parker have gone on a trip to Bay View fchaccompanlell by Misses Maggie Mae Llllle cand Deborah Parker of Frankfort Miss Regina Lee of New Albany Is home from a six weeks visit with iher cousin Miss Nellie Glenn at Lex- Ington and a trip to Frankfort iDnn vllle and other Kentucky towns Miss Josephine Frances Kellywho has been spending several weeks In Boston with her sister Sister Mary Agnes Kelly and visiting relatives In Springfield Mass has returned home I Mr and Mrs Fred Popp announce the marriage of their daughter 1fUs Florence M Popp to John Earl Rellly to be solemnized Wednesd afternoon September 10 at the HolY Cross church Miss Catherine Berdelle of Chicago who has been spending her vacation with orrs Mary Mitchell RJose wood avenue has returned home She Ins accompanied by Mrs Mltphe vhff will spend a few weeks In Chi sago visiting relatives and friends Misses Rosalie and May Schwli rrann ententlalned at supper Sunday evening at their home 463 Cherok avenue The guests were Misses Anna Rosa and Flora ittenslnger and Messrs Guy Brady AI Dettlngt Carl Cooper and John Schwlerman Miss Lorlne Kolb gave a farewell dinner Wednesday at Sennlngs In honor of Miss Juliet Engler who wl11 make her home Jn New York Covers were laid for Mesdames H R ngler and J Alton Kolb and Misses Juliet angler Alvlna Seldt Alyce Clar Emily Jahnel Evelyn Snyder Ursula HetUger Margaret Scheltlnger Lor Ine Kolb and Rose Kolb SILVER WEDDING Mr and Mrs George C Herbig of 1021 East Brecklnrldge street celebrated their silver wedding anti versary last Sunday the occasion be- Ing especially remembered with a solemn nuptial mass at St Martin church where both are life long members An allday reception was held at the family residence which was thronged from early morn until late In the evening with friends or ferlng their congratulations and best wishes to the popular and respected couple The Concord Singing Society rendered a special pro amme In the evening in honor of the ocacsion Among the outol town guests were Leo Herbig and wife of Jasper Ind BILL OF HEAIWr At the meeting of Division 4 1- IOI H on Monday evening In Ber rand Hall Chairman Michael Doyl of the Visiting Committee reporte that his committee was Idle at present no one toeing on the sick list this being the first situation of this lad Iff two years Jj J Meany of the Division Picnic Commltee reported that there had been a good sale of tickets for last Tuesday lento and that his committee would have a full report at the next meet- Ing County President WJ Con nelly was present and urged loyal support of the picnic being followe by President John H Hennessy who named a committee of twelve to have charge of the dancing hall GAYETY THEATER The Gayety Theater management feels elated over the success attend- Ing Its opening week Next weeks faring will be Lavender and Old Lace a play that should appeal es eclally to the patronage for which tho Gayety bids this season It is- a i clean drama founded upon a book by Myrtle Reed and will be pre anted by a company of specially selected and capable people For this engagement there will be the usual week day matineesTuesday Thursday and SaturdayWIth an ex I matinee for Monday Labor day PAt MORE THAN WAY A cry has been raised by a certain number of narrowminded bigots bout Imposing a tax upon the prop- eIty of the church The Government- ourof country Is favoring I oman Catholics too much they say be use It exempts their churches and echcola It doesnt seem to occur to- theee people bat that same church Issavhig this same Government up ird of 5oOOOiOOO annually ex I1votcoMt of plants Jn educating about a million and a half of the cJ Wren of the land If the question- aor quid pro quo between Church RndStateI Ilit looked Into very closely It will be found that the Catholic churoh Is muck wore than paying 10 W1r 0 YryloIjor 4 TRANSYLVANIA LN Canada GenISupt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building GAYETY THEATER One Week Commeaclnr Sunday Matinee ANOTHER POPULAR OGFERIHG Myrtle Reeds Delightful New England Romance Lavender and Old Lace Strong and Capable Cast SPECIAL LABOR DAY MATINEE PRICESSunday Matinee SOc 25c lEc and SOc Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matinees 1000 seats at 25c Nights lOc 25o 36c BOo and 75c Next WeekWhere the Trail Divides ONTAINEFERRTHB Xtrngood Vaudeville lOc DAILY MATINEES ALL SEATS 10c Free Concerts by Natieiios Band BIO NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Frcth running water COFFEE To suit the taste As good as the other fel lows 30c grade My price 4 Lbs 100 The Tea for Ice Tea 40c per pound I handle the Royal Tea Companys goods exclusively T J tiMARRO 443 E JEFFERSON ST Mail a trial order and receive a handsome premium CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Green Stk We furnish the home com plete on easy paymenU WM CALLAQHAN Mgr Sues Dept warn OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Intere Members Here and Else where The Knights of Grand Island Neb nave a picnic to the members of iSt Marys church Sioux City Knights have an optic and may close on property on Pierce ctreet for a home The council at Carthage N Y has placed the Catholic Encyclopedia In the public library there Western delegates were surprised to discover that threefourths of the population of Boston is Catholic The council at Brookvllle Ind Noted for Its hospitality Is preparing for a big Initiation on September 7 The fourth will bo exemplified 1In Kansas CItYJ on October 12 and wUl be the most notable celebration yet held In the State Last Sunday iBishop Matz dedicated a new church at SoUth Boulder Col The Knights of that section attended the services In a body iWith twentytour automobiles the Knights of Omaha took the chlldre of St James Orphanage to Kru Park for a days picnic Tuesday When the trainmen convened iIn San ranclsco recently 300 delegate wero entertained I In grand sbleat the K C headquarters Simile courtesies will be extended delegate to the letter carriers convention there next week Sunremo Knight Flaherty Secretary McGInley and Advocate Pelletle will help arrange the lecture tour for Abbot Gasquet OSIB head of the apal commission revising th vulgate The Abbot Is the greatest lble scholar In the world VISIT CENTRAL CITY James TIghe the well known rail oad engineer accompanied by his wife and daughter Miss Loretta 1ghe left Monday for Central City to spend a week with his daughter Irs B T ODanlel HENNESSY IN BUSINESS Daniel J Hennessy who has beer with Cunning Lewis Brotzgo the past several years has Just embarked Into tho clothing business with an istabllshment of his own at 429 Wett Jefferson street and Is prepared to fill orders for tailormade clothing att popular prices His long expert Ice as a cutter and fitter in addition to his wide acquaintance should be guarantee of success and satisfaction LIFE OF EASE iPatrlck J Hanlon who worked his way from the bottom to the top of the American Tobacco Company ndamassed a handsome fortune has signed the Vice Presidency of that great corporation and will now lead a life of ease Since coming to LtouUvllle some years ago Mr Han Ion has become one of its foremost public spirited citizens and has been and earrieet worker In event move 11lent for the citys advancement Heb inq definite plans ai yqt except avlp to Ireland and Burope In the nMr f aturer i 7 CASUALTY INSURANCE BY Y M I TO 31 and Cave Fee cQI Third Annual Excursion GIVEN TRINITY COUNCIL MAMMOTH CAVE VIALNS- UNDAY AUGUST 1913 550Round Trip Which Includes Railroad Dinner 5501Tickets now on sale at Louisville Nashville Ticket Office Train leaves Union Station Tenth and Broadway at 9 A M Returning arrsves at 1015 P M Kentucky State Fair SEPTEMBER 15 to 20 1913 The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers and livestock exhibitors an opportunity to exhibit the best products of their farms and best specimens of livestock and to the women an opportunity to display their handiwork and cookery at the 1913 Fair for which liberal premiums are offered 30000 in Premiums 6BIGI DAYS 6 Betel Railroadr Rates For Information Entry Blanks Catalog Etc address J L DENT Secretary 705 PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE H 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 daysEorgood paying investment or start you in a business of your own 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 money andwe offer you the same protection under the direct supervision of the State of Kentucky- A dollar deposit starts you Begin today It is whatyou save that counts German Insurance Bank 207211 W Market Street Between 2ndand 3rd HCW n ecJcPre A P Winkler Vlca Pre J Co Robbert er Edmund ReppAau Cash john C HuKn Mgr Svpt Dept DtRECTORSHemyAlmiteA CWSdioltzJr Alfred Strode Edw F Peter Ceo Kopmeier Hears C Waltcck A P Waller TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM Vanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and I Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2108 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY KODflKI SUPPLIES Ever Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographer- sPhotographic Developing and Printing SWEMB POST CAMS PICTURE FRAMWI AC O i M1 swnXftA L c JCdKHt lefferk V v UvkriHt It- tR NTUOKY JftI H ERICAN HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 i J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 B 0st Ma3n StreetI +2 It 2 n SUI 1111 U I tMHIMMM THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 1221 WEST MARKET ST 14 I i oJlll I J II I I I 1111111 111111 1 Gran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnfohed for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETm TELEPHONE 81O DOUGHERTY 4 McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONJ3S Climb Alain 2998a Homo City 2008 II i 1111111111 11111111 11111111 HHHH OLD FORTUNABOURBONTHE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INOOHPORATBD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS FINE WINKS AL KOLB AGNESII 323 West Green Street t LIQUORSCIGARSI iHHH1HH H I I S I 10 + I0Io + 1 I I t I I I I I I I 101 I H I I JrJr I I I i I U + oooo Qot DR Jo TCHAWK i x Veterinaryb1 Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET iTilipkmsCamb S 299a Hone City 23S9 tTVOyTTT Y J BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield K- yiusirr T2 AH the late and sew Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and ate n- HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers aad Wholesale tHalr en la Finest Stands of Ken tHcky Whikleeepola- llyear ofNelsoriJKj- nLKD IM POND JtIill4 f BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PkJKM 223 ill tote bona a elaealaeRt out wW- JIftPU tires far ire 5T XAVIERS COLLEQ- lia wieaarrarLsatffie SC- yCeoduet 4 by tIXaYerSaa1keUl ra- s1I41IIJW141 aM TOwl M I pMiM at vtrniSW fta Ne1qWeed 7sdy lri Diedtes 1M RETURNS TO TRENTON Rev Joseph Schunlcht 0 M C who has been here on a two week visit to his parents Mr and Mrs I Anton Schunlcht Twentyfirst and Madison streets left yesterday for Trenton N X where ho is stationed at the Church of the Immaculate Conception Father Schunlcht spent some time with his brothers and sisters ant also with the Franciscan fathers at St Anthonys church i1In which parish ho was born and ra celved his early training and celebrated his first mass LOTTO GARDEN PARTY The members of St Josephs con gregation will give a garden part at the residence of Matthew Poach Inger Vernon and Sycamore avenue on Labor day Various gaines and amusements will be had in the after noon for the little folks and lotto will be played at 230 and 811 oclock Ip addition to other form of entertainment there will be in band concert in tho evening The proceeds will go toward the building of the addition to tho parochla scboolII FRIENDS PLEASED The many friends of Capt John E Schmidt will be glad to learn that Iit will not be necessary to amputate his arm which was injured in L street car accident three weeks ago and that his physician states tha there will be no permanent injury The genial Captains well arm Is In danger of being injured from tbe handshaking of his many callers BOWLING GREEN The Rev Charles P Raffo antI Thomas W White were in Bowlln Green on Wednesday where they as slsted at the nuptial mass of Rev Father Hayes niece Miss Elizabeth M Curtin and James J Donovan bath of New York City Father Raffi vas the deacon of tho mass antI Father White master of ceremonies Father Hayes entertained the wedding party the visiting clergy am the church choir with an Informal reception after which1 the bride and groom left for the East SISTERS AT RETREAT There were over 1200 Sisters of Providence in attendance at the an ml retreat at St Mary of the Wood In Indiana Their presence addei reatly to the Impressiveness of the eremony when Bishop Chatard of Indianapolis administered the vow to the twentytwo young ladies who received the habit of the order I ENJOYABLE VACATION Rev Edmund Kaiser O M C pastor of St Peters church Seventeenth and Southgate will return to lay from Philadelphia his old home where he has been spending a most enjoyable two weeks vacation Father Frederlch O M C who had charge during his absence will return to St Francis Monastery Floyd snobs Ind And next week resume his duties as professor of languages INVESTITURE Two Louisville young men Her non Partusch and John Staeuble re dived the habit of the Franciscan order at the recent Investiture at St Anthonys Monaotery Mt Airy Ohio they will be known as Brother Peter Janislus and Brother Oho A nuin 1er of their Louisville relatives antI friends were present tot witness the eremony CATHOLIC WOMEN ORGANIZE Ten thousand members are eX- pected to be enrolled in the Federation of Catholic Womnes Societies organized at a meeting at the Santa lofarla Institute in Cincinnati last Sunday The women are forming heir own federation because they were denied representation In the Hamilton County Federation of athollc Societies composed of men GEORGETOWN The Rev Father William J Vfoearty pastor of St Johns church at Georgetown In the Covington diocese is In Rochester N Y for a vIsit of several weeks with relatives GAELIC TO BE TAUGHT The list of courses available to students of the University1 of Call orhia the coming year will totall ilnetyelght according to the cur Iculum made public by the unl erslty authorities Courses in two leltlc tongues Irish and Welsh are the latest additions CROWDS IN DUBLIN rrThis is horse show week in Dublin Ireland and there has been a great influx of fashionable visitors Palter H Page the American Ambassador and Mrs Page are the guests of the Lord Lieutenant LOVE TILE FLAG What a meaning the American lag tons for every generous soul says the Rev Dr Cotter In the Oath lie Union and Times It typifies he constitution which will servo as- ai model for generations yet unborn a constitution fashioned by the others of the republic preserved by heir sons who gave their swords as i fence of steel around and about America to guard heV and keep her as holy ground where liberty might tare to live and slavery would haste to diea constitution Ute trultage of he Christian Scriptures wherein canonized saints of the Catholic hurch treasured thee outpourings of he Saviours loving heart and mind divine CATHOLIC TEACHING In our Sundayschools we teach l our children not of the Iniquities of roteetant London or Protestant Berlin nor of the Ignorance o f Proteetant communities here or there in the world We teaOO them to love and fear God and tell them with detail and partioularljr of thhautle to OodaJidtomenaflln Lad of the thins fey JH4 TM Com IMJadDi Mss of Rod Thwr areM SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O ix- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu Ick Financial Secretary Joseph Far roilTreasurerThomas Keenan SergcantatArns Henry MoDe moltSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will- Iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice PresidentS J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe t Financial Secretary John T KoaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinel Thomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Monday Nineteenth and Portland President Hugh Hourigan Vice President John M Malone Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial Secretary John J Res lion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J tarryTreasurerPatrick SergeantatArms ConleyI elL Sentinel M J McDermott Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Ueeta Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn on Second Vice PresidentJohn J1 jjron Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn nharry Corresponding Secretary Harr rr Klbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapt Outside Sentinel Frank E Grat CT COMING EVENTS Twin City Baseball League Field meet and all star game at Eclipse Pack ou Sunday Aug ust 31- Holy Trinity Church Picnic r celebretlonTuesday St Matthews E Trinity CouncilExcursIon- to Mammoth Cave August 31 Catholic Knights of Amer ica Excursion to Jasper Ind via Southern Railway August 31 i Church of St Franclj of i dlnitown road September 3 a++ + a + sssywmatistio Jathollc slander and libel organlza Ions There are no Catholic carjca turea of Protestant religions teach- Ings and practices Catholics are rot asked to exclude Protestant from public positions or to discrlm note against then In any way lu ecular affairs LIVELY AT CLIFF HAVEN A week of beautiful weather am rllllant social events marked the dose of the month of August at Cut Haven The summer colony Inspired by the warm days which have Characterized the whole month ot August are prolonging their stilY here later than they have in pas ears and many of the guests have xpressed their intention of remain- Ing at Cliff Haven until after Labor lay Social activity will continue with unabated vigor until the middle of September and tho Summer Schoo expects to entertain many pcopl until that date The lecture courses luring the week were conducted by Edward J Fortler Ph D of Columbia University NewYork the Rev Terence J Shealy SJ of New York and the Hon Thomas H Dowd D L B of Boston FOR WOMANS EYE 7 The rage for tulle in all forms in reasea All the best millinery studios an xhibltlng tulle hats Tight gloves may cause red nOSE rnd irregular heart action Tight high and stiff collars an esponsible for many ugly necks New beauty vfells In ihellotropi tulle are having an immense success Cut jet earrings when the design fa thin and graceful are wonderful lecomlng Shortness of breath and heart pal illation are often due to the use oj Itfitting corsets Remember too narrow skirt cai Lange beauty into ugliness Thi ilza of the brain cam ibe judged ac ocrdlnglyIf POTATO DOUGHNUTS One large cup of hot mashed po ato creamed with one heaping cut or granulated sugar twothirds cu if sweet milk and two tableepooa of melted lard Add two well beats ggs and three tablespoons of bakini owder a pink of salt and nutmeg to taste Use flour enough to roll- ut In riowi Mid try 1nbOt lard The till remain moist ndeHnltelyF i I FIRE FIGHTER DEAD The funeral of John Morris who died of pneumonia was held Monday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsh officiat- Ing at the mass of requiem and preaching a feeling sermon Deceased was a native of Louisville and since 1898 had been a member of the fire department His death was Indirectly due to exposure while fighting a fire at Eighth and Market last April Besides his wife who befoi Mecuho4 LABOR nAY EVENT Art unusual event will be the ded cation of three parochial schools iiIn Ottawa 111 on Labor day Thre distinguished prelates will participate in the event Sleet Rev Jobn Uonzano Apostolic Delegate will oC Hclate at the dedication of St Columbas High School Archblsho Quigley will dedicate St Patrick and Bishop Muldoon St Francis There will be an address by BIshop DUnne of Peoria on Christian Edu caticii Congressman Graham am the Apostolic Delegate will also de liver addresses LEXINGTON With a nuptial mass and in the presence of many friends the mar riage of Miss Katherine D Loone and Frank O Updike was solemnize Tuesday morning in St Pauls enure at Lexington the Rev Father De Waegenaero performing the cere mony Owing to the popularity of the bride and groom throughout tbe Bluegrass region the wedding WlB one of the society events of the Sum mer season PEWEE VALLEY The third of the series of lotto parties for the benefit of St Aloy sius church Pewee Valley given by St Ritas Guild will take place nex Monday night at Gambrinus Hall Shelby and Roselane ithq games tr begin at 830 oclock These parties have been well attended and were greatly enjoyed by all present Many handsome and valuable prizeswill b3 awarded at this party VISITS PRIEST BROTHER The Rev Alphonse Wllberdlng O M C who has been the guest 01 his brother tho Rev Alexander Wllberdlng O F JI pastor of St Josephs church on East Washing ton street will leave today for Cin cinnati where he is professor ol Latin mathematics and history at St Francis College ST MARTINS Tomorrow the anniversary of the Sodality of St Rose of Lima com posed pf 300 young women of St Martins congregation Shelby and Gray streets will be celebrated The celebration will begin with a solemn high mass at 7 oclock in the morn lug when the members will receive holy communion In fhe afternoon at 230 solemn vespers will be sung with a special sermon and benedic Lion YOUNG SISTER HERE Sister Mary Catherine of the Sis ters of Mercy was here on a visIt this past week and during her stay was at the Sacred Heart Academy where she was visited by many of her local friends Sister Mary Catherine before taking the veil was Miss nary Smith and is a daughter of Lawrence Smith FRIED OYSTERS AGAIN William Caruso Repetto an nounces that tried oysters are ii season at the Al Kolb emporium 323 West Green street of which he Is manager In addition DillY iIs eady to tip off his wide circle of acquaintances as to the coming good shows SCIENTIST AT VESUVIUS Prof Mercalll priest and world renowned seismic expert who has succeeded the Prof Mateuccl and cays mass Ina tiny oratory on the volcano declares that most of the reports as to the state of Vesuvius are invented or exaggerated CAUSED HEAVY DAMAGE The damage to St Josephs InstI lute at Tochny Ill from the fire when tho building was struck by lightning will approximate 70000 SEES THE POPE The Holy Father last Sunday re elved In private audience the Right Rev J M Laval Auxiliary Bishop of New Orleans Bishop Laval will spend some time in Europe t BOYS IN CAMP The work of supplying summer camps for Catholic boys has been very satisfactory in various parts of the country The purpose of the camps is to furnish healthful amuse ment while preserving the boys from moral contamination I OLDEST WESTERN CHURCH St Ferdinands church at Florls cant a village near St Louis of rhlch the Rev Michael Speldh S J 1 5 the Blo1celebrated its one buttered and twentyfirst anniversary op Wednesday Chief among the at tractions was the halfpound rusty key used to open the church door at the dedication In 1792 For forty YEars they key was guarded by the ate Capt SteuSoman Hq had ob I alned It from Father Vanaahy ithei I pastor of the church whose stones have withstood crumbling for more ban a century is a landmark in St outs county and Is perhaps the old est In the West At she timeit was built heavy bolts and massive keys were needed to keep oft the Indians I I Some new hat pins are very beaus tlful They are rather large and in I variably match the hat with which they Ere worn The deep yellow face powders lave tone quite out of f lonFor one woman that it suited there wore at- eset filty that k disfigured s o r FRANK FEURBREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED S LOUISVILLE K2 Cumb Phone West 191ornePhone 1913 TIlE i WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flan ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING COA J INCORPORATED Broadway 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TRADE t M pricesYthe lowest and my terms the best k JAMES GREENE i OOtHOta- i 425 427 and 429 East Market Street Ling Up Homo Phone City 2005 l Reichert Sign and Art Co Will Call On You at Your Place of Business and Talk to You On SIGNS OF ALL KINDS Stage Scenery BirdsEye View of Your Factory Interior Decorating All Kinds of Banners Etc NOWis BETTER THAN WHEN IGAS STOVES Sold now can be connected now but Itwhenbought in the rush season we can not tell just when we can get to your z particular order i LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY lU lIS uuc u AWN1N1SANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale pr rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by man promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished KentuCky Tent and Awning Co I BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRDSTF f 4rR EXCURSION TO JASPER VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY SUNDAY AUGUST 3J 1913 UNDER AUSPICES CENTRAL COMMITTEE C 11- I 1OF A STAR BASEBALL GAME ruses Kentucky Highlanders vs Kunkels Indiana Jasperllles 150 ROUND TRIP TICKETS 150CHILDREN HALF FARE Train leaves Union Station Seventh and River at 730 A M Sharp Ball Gamed 230 on Jasper College athletic grounds HIBERNIANS What They Havel Been Doin the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes Fully 5000 visitors witnessed lhe field day contests of the Mlnneapo HiberniansIDivision 1 meets Tuesday night President Tarpy calls upon all members to attend Only words of praise are heard for ithe committee that conducted Ithe Phoenix Hill reunion Five divisions of the Ladles Aux lllary are being organized dn the vicinity of Pittsburgh The divisions of Pittsburgh mado a total profit of 4600 on their recent Irish day celebration The State and local officers participated In the observance of German day at New Britain Conn OUr Ladles Auxiliary will have a lubllee meeting Wednesday night They will hear some most gratifying reportsThe new Hibernian building ion Dudley street Boston will be dedl hated October 1 Its cost will be 125000 Never was there a happier or bet ter appearing gathering a Phoenix Hill than that of the Hibernians on Tuesday night Tho New Orleans Ladies Auxiliary has met with much success In having rish history reading Introduced In parochial schools To Increase the membership Divis- Ion 1 of Nashua N H at its last meeting closed a recruiting contest rnd awarded three prizes The Cape Breton divisions held n great celebration to commemorate the anniversary of Daniel oconnell1 the great Irish patriot in Sydney Mayor Karb Issued a proclamatl ailing upon all to suspend business I Bud participate In the HibernianI Hlehratlon Thursday at Columbu1 Ohio There will be a meeting of Divis- Ion 3 Monday night Some Impprtai nislness wlllbo trjinsacXed and that ore the officers lookl for a big at endance The Ladles Auxiliary was everywhere in evidence at the iHlbernic euniott Tuesday night Without hens ithere would be neither pleasureI nor success The attendance at the HibernianI fIeld day in Bufflalo was over 2000 Music was furnished by the HIbernian sand which had a similar celebri Ion last Sunday- Division 8 of Baltimore has seven teams waging a summer campaign or members Each of the seven captains is a picked man and the contest promises to be memorable and successful Right Rev Bishop Hartley Go1 Cex Attorney GeneralI Hogan Mayc Karl and Judge Dillon were the an ricunced speakers for the Irish daY celebration of the Hibernians iat Columbus Ohio Prof Michael G Rohan and Mn Mary SIcWhorter presented the National Board meeting with encoura I g reports of the progress beln tade along educational lines for Ida history and literature One of the largest classes in the history of the Ladies Auxiliary wll have the degrees conferred in PItts- burgh during October Over 501 candidates have already signiflet their intention of taking the degrees Division 2 will hold Its regula meeting next Thursday night at Thlr teenth and Oak It Is hinted tqat a fall campaign may be Inaugurate that will double the membership Every member Is urged to be present PIONIO AND SUPPER The St Francis ot Assist church picnic next Wednesday promises to be a record Breaker For some Ume- past Father Rothheut and the committees in charge have been working hard and promise an interesting day to all who attend They say that enough supplies havebeen contracted for to take care ot any emergencies Ode of the features 6t the picnic will be the meals served in the late afternoon and early evening The Jefferson street and Bardstown cars pals the grounds FANS PUZZLED Although the fans arelaUsfied- with the showing ot the Colonels during tho past week many are puzzled why Manager Hayden removed Rudy Hulswltt from the lineup 10- placing him with a weaker hitter no- better flelderand of less aggressiveness and from a general standpoint Hulswltt is picked all ovpr the circuit h preference to Downey Four regulars on the team roster are hit- thig below Hulswltt in average Bunh Weinberg tBeumlller and msbury the latters weakness with the g1ck being directly responsible for the low of many game Itidlg nation was expressed on all sides thisI past week for the comment In- the CpurlerJournalB column reading Uullwlttout of the game forever thtt his beballi day were over etc thl coming ae a surprise to the- many who ttlll want him In the te P1te Colo ej1ayatIJtdian II t1 apolis tomorrow and a doubleheader is scheduled for Monday then they come home for a threegame series with Toledo before making their tour of the Western ciUes This years showing under owner Wathen should have been made 1 special exhibit in the madeinLoi yule displays according to the general opinion of the baseball public who are pleased to see the town once more on the baseball map DESERVES SUPPORT The big field meet and allstar game of the Twin City League will take place tomorrow at Eclipse Park and the followers of thlsorganlza tlon should turn out en masse and show their appreciation of Ithe splendid and clean baseball furnished by the boys of this Catholic organlza tion the games and discipline being of a high order for which much credit is due Capt Frank Reichert President of the league who m de those principles his slogan The tol lowing is the programme of tomorrows events Hundred Yards DashN MurphY Henry Hagel McLaughlin Lovett Bertrand OMCeefe Smith Keller man J Rut Hines R Haragan Nabers Gates Schleman Sheehan Long Distance ThrowN MurphY Clegg Schaff McLaughlin Lovett J Scully Finegan Roe Bluel Givens Hogan Hines Reiling Nabers J Sheehan Thompson Circling BasesHenry Clegg Hagel McLaughlin Lovett Bertrai OKeefe Smith Kellerman J Ruf HInes Finn Nabers Ohlle Schle man Thompson Relay Race Clegg Murp Hagel McLaughlin Lovett Ber trand T Scully J Deeken OKeefe Smith Haffner Adams Kellermi J Ruf Hagner Hoefle Hogan Hines Finn Haragan Nabers Ohlle Gates Duane Barth Schleman Shee han Thompson Prizes will be awarded for all of- the above events and a suit of- I clothes donated by William J Dab will bo awarded the winner of most points in all events The lineup ifo the allstar teams will be as follows Reds Hlnes or Parker c Brown tied or pontrIch p Fries lb Con note 2b Schleman s s Deekin or liarkln 3b 9hCbhan1 f MoLaug fin c f Nab ir r f Hoefle utility Edward Wolfe manager Greens Gates or Hack c PII3- or Scully P Voor lb Rafferty 2b Murphy s s Hagner 3b Lovett lf Hogan c f Finn r f Joseph Sheehan utility Thomas D Clinesmanager In order to allow the partlclpar ample time to be on hand the games tomorrow morning in the Twin CIty League will only consist of seven Innings and be called at 930 sharp Bruins vs Shamrocks Champions vs Athletes Kentucky Oaks vs Hep burrs Springs Banks vs Cadets will be the schedule The standing to into is as follows W L Pct Tamploas13 4 76 Spring Banksl0 6 I62 Kentucky Oaks10 7 ihamrocks8 58f 8 50 Bruins 8 9 s47 Hepbnrns 6 9 940 Cadets 6 10 i37 Athletics 4 12 325 BLARNEY STONE ROMANCE From New York City the Ass dated Press last Saturday tela raphed the following interesting story the culmination of a courtship began when the principals met In related A romance that began at the Blarney stono in Ireland progressed through Europe and continued 1IQ New York will be consummated Iin Kentucky In the marriage of Miss Elizabeth May Curtin and James 1 Donovan on August 27 They left todaY for Bowling Green Ky accompanied by a sister of the bride irlio Is to be bridesmaid and Dr John G Donovan the best man who fa a brother of the bridegroom Miss iurtln lives at 208 Alexander ave nuo the Bonx and Is a sister of DJ homas H Curtln Coroners phi clan Mr Donovan Is a wealth real estate dealer Miss Curtin 1Js going to Kentucky for the wedding because she wants her uncle the Rev Father Thbmas J Hayes of SI osephs church Bowling Green to orform the ceremony POPULAR CLUB The Headquarters of the Young Mens Social Club717 Oldhai street Have Just been redecorates and refurnished and will compare vorably with the quarters of any 111m organization In the city Al ipugh only about a year old this club of young men has attraotei much attention and deserves great credit for its enterprise and tin spllendjd moral manner In which It Is c nducted The Shamrock baseball club which has been prominently entitled with tho Catholic Baseball League the past two seasons is ai offspring of the Young Mens Social Club and Is Instrumental In allowing tM headquarters for the business meetlngcof the Twin ally Lea ue Dial attain consisting ot dances tc are given from time to time the- next on thE itinerary ibelng a dance at the Utopian Hall on Wednesday eninK September 3 The officers ot theelubare Bay Harajmn Treetll- dl1t Ilrobert urni Vicif Prudent Llull WaWh Bw ftUryTrtMuriM I IRELANDI Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Rev E J Scanlan has been elected Chairman of the new Dlrr Urban Technical Committee The total amount realized in the annual collection made In tho diocese of Dublin for His Holiness the Pope reached about 8000 Joseph Cody JBallyfoyle County Kilkenny has been appointed to the headmastership of the Catholic schools in Bunhill row Mooreflelc London W C The late George Hoaly of Hollr brook road Clontarf retired printer a former Alderman of Dublin left persoal estate valued at 1300000 which ho bequeathed to his fami Tho Queens County Council decided by a majority not to erect a county sanatorium believing that the scheme would be undesirable fI naclally and that the site was objectionable The County Armagh Committee ot Agriculture and Technical Instruction has unanimously elected Messrs T A McClure J P and A Robin SOil J P Chairman and Vice Chalr man respectively James Farnan and Andrew Mlthael Carmel were seriously In- Jured about tile arms and legs by an explosion of dynamite at a quarry near Ballybay where they were engaged in blasting operations The death has occurred at 1 tIle age of ninetysix of James Joyce a popular South Carlow farmer 1He has fiftytwo grandchildren and eight greatgreat grand children The funeral was a remarkably large one Mucn regret is felt In Macroom rot the death in the prime ot life of P D OConnell tobacconist who was popular in the town In Limerick where he lived for a number It years he was prominent In Gael sporting circles Two batherS Michael Mallon of Moneynlck and Edward Llddy ot Derryhullagh were drowned at the Little Strand Portstowart The vlc tlms were carried out to sea by the strong tide and before assistance arrived they had disappeared The lessees of the lime and basalt quarries at Magheramorno County Antrim It Is understood have schemes In hand for the dovelopmei of the limestone deposits under their lease which call for a large Increase in the number ot men employed Deep regret is felt In Castlerea t t- the removal to BalHnaheglish of fhe Rev WF Devine who had become highly popular and esteemed during his two years zealous ministration in tho town He is succeeded In Castlerea ly Rev Thomas Hani Four Roads To the deep regret of tho community of which she was a devoted member for twentyseven years the death took place of Sister M lire dan of the Presentation Convent j LIxnaW Deceased was daughter ot- II the late Edward Dee ot Kilma thomas County Waterford The Rev Richard Kavanagh of 3orey has been appointed assistant to the Rev J Hartley of Cushlni town tho Rev R Browne sof Brldegtown assistant to the Rev 1 P Kehoo ot Clonroche and Rev J Kelly of Camolln chaplain to the Good Shepherds Convent New Ross Considerable sensation has been occasioned by the suicide by hang- Ing of a farmer named PatrIck Grady about fortyeignt years who lived between Crecora and room He was In comfortable clr iUmatances and no reason excep Insanity can be assigned for his act STATE FAIR ENTRY LIST Entries have been coming in last fGr the various events scheduled tor the eleventh annual Kentucky Stat Fair to be hold In Louisville the week or September 1520 Never In fair hlstory has a like exhibition attracte as nationally prominent exhibitors or representatives from so wide s n radius The American Berkshln ongress held here for the first time ill arouse general and wIdespread Interest and will bring here the fines show herds Most notable will be the cJrblbltlon of J B Haggln ot Lcx igton which will Include his prize aorthoros Jerseys Berkshircs and imworths The horsq entries tor- the big 2000 Commissioner of Agrl culture stake also Insure one of the- most exciting struggles ever Inaugur atcd FERRY FINAL WEEK Crowds continue to crowd Fon talne Fear where Manager Bllgor will present a vaudeville of much merIt Five acts will be shown at- ol1cb performance and they will qutdo if possible every one of the- past season Unusual in every feat- tire will be the series of free open- air concerts to be given by Natlello and his band who are detennlned to leave a reputation second tonone- and bid fair to succeed handsomely T swimming pool and other amuse snt devleee will also make popular ItPpeal to pleasure seekers at ithla JHI liner pik tu Presentation Academy N E COR FOURTH AND BRECKINRIDGE- Day 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