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WE DO FIRST Give This Next VOLUME XXXIIINO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 4 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS I= OUR DAY When New Political Gospel Wns Proclaimed to America and the World Fourth of July n Date Tlmt f Shall Never Be For gotten When Glad Tidings Were Pro claimed to All theiot tLt IHI HEARTS BOUNDED WITH JOYr Our Independence day counts from no battle In the field Bunker Hill Saratoga Lexingtonnot one Is selected No not oven the first victory the evacuation of Boston by the British on St Patricks day 1776 and strangest of all Wash ingtons overwhelming triumph at Yorktown when the tyrants power was utterly broken and Its flag went down In dlagraco and humiliation Not one of these anniversaries has been chosen for Independence day But the Fourth of July 177C the day on which a new political gospel was proclaimed to America an I to tho worldthat is a date tha shall never be forgotten For more than a year before that day from April 19 1776tho country was tIn rebellion But it was only a re bellion Had the war ended during that year even with the advantages to tho patriots nothing would have been won for humanity Amwica would still have been a dependency of England Such would be the state of things oven with a success ful rebellion But on the Fourth o July 1776 Thomas Jefferson unfolded the great chart of the rights of man Tho principles of his Declaration were adopted and then the rebellion became a revolution On that memorable day the American Revolution began On that day America sprang into a nation and the heart of the enslaved world bounded with joy It Is now impossible to determine tho precise time when preparations tor political Independence first be came a prevailing sentiment among tho people of the colonies Thnthought no doubt was cherished f many minds before it found expres sion but It was not a subject for public discussion more than a loti ii fIishofote IlWh1f brbltghtbilio Ye Congress A few men among whom were Benjamin Franklin Patrick Henry Richard Henry Leo and Sam uel Adams seems to pare had an early Impression that political inde pendence was the only cure for the evils under which the colonies groanedAs as 1773 Patrick Henry speaking of England said She will drive us to extremities no accommodation will take place hostilities will soon commence and a desperate and bloody touch it will be Slemn reminded that tho colonies were no strong enough to opposo tho fleets and armies of England Mr Henry replied I doubt whether we sha be able alono to cope with England but where is France Whore i e Spain Where will they be all this while Do you suppose they w 1 stand by Idle and indifferent spec tators to the contest Believe mo not When Louis XVI shall bo satis fled by our serious opposition and our Declaration of Independence he will furnish us with arms ammuni tion and clothing and not only wit them but he will send his fleets and armies to fight our battles for us I lie will form a treaty with us of fensive and defensive Spain w 11of join France Our independence willI bo established and wo shall take our stand among the nations of tIre earth J How literally these predictions were fulfilled tho pen of history has already recorded When England sent fleets and armies hither to coerce submission to her Injustice to plunder our seas ravage o coasts burn our towns harass o people and cat our their substance When England became totallyl deaf to tho voice of justice t1toIn patriots were obliged to acquit in the necessity which compelled them to dissolve the political bands which connected them with another and to assume among tho powers of tho arth the separate and equal station to which tho laws of nature and of natures God entitled them Tho lightning of tho crusades was In the peoples hearts and It needed but a single oelctrlc touch to make it blaze forth upon the world North Carolina was tho first to tako the bold progressive step toward Inde pendence On April 22 1776 tthe Representatives of that State in Congress were authorized to con colonleBInsachusetts Virginia Now York and tho other colonies instructed their delegates likewise Thus the desire for independence became a living principle In the hall of the Continental Congress and that prlnclnlo found utteranco on June 7 Richard Lea moved That these united colonies are and of right ought to be free and Independent States and that all political connection between us and Great Britain is and ought to be totally dissolved The resolution was not considered until three days after ward when it was resolved to post pone Its further consideration until the first of July and that a commit tee a preparearatloaB committee was appointed on t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN tho eleventh and consisted of Thomas Jefferson John Adams Benjamin Franklin Roger Sherman and Robert Livingston Mr Joffer son was appointed Chairman of the committee and to him his col leagues assigns the task of prepar ing a declaration to be presented to Congress It was drawn with care and was unanimously adopted by the committee On July 1 the draft of the declaration was reported to the House Benjamin Harrison in the chair and for threw consecutive days It was debated At length on the Fourth of July a unanimous voto of the thirteen colonies was given in favor of the great declaration which pronounced them free and independent States On this memorable day when It became known that final action was to bo taken thousands of citizens anx us to learn the decision of Con gross crowded the streets of Phila delphia In the steeple of the old State House was a bell on which by a happy coincidence was ins scribed Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the in habitants thereof In the morning when Congress assembled the bell ringer went to his post having placed his boy below to announce when the declaration was to bo adopted that his bell might be tin first to peal forth the glad titling Long ho waited while the delibera tone went on Suddenly he heard his boy clapping his hands and shouting RingI Ring Grasping the Iron tongue ho swung It to and fro proclaiming the glad tidings to all the land The crowded streets caught up the sound Every steeple reechoed Itt and with cannon peals bonfires and illuminations the pa friars that night declared their joy rojolcingitTill the clang of Freedom ruffled The calm gliding Delaware How the bonfires and the torches Illumed the nights repose And from the flames like Phoenix Fair Liberty arose That old bell now is silent And hushed its iron tongue But the spirit it awakened youngfOn tho Fourth of each July Well neer forget the bellman Who twixt the earth and skY Rang out our independence Which please God shall never die ANNUAL REUNION One event which 4is looked forj ward to by many every year and especially by tho older folks IH th annual picnic of the Ancient Order of Hibernians This being a reunion nof the sons and daughters of ErJ from the different church parishes and about the only time in the year when they meet one another results Inth6relatlngof their different ox peflehcefT since heir uis meelfnB and their criticism of the present day dances in comparison with those ot their younger days while at the same time they may be detected keeping time with the music by a patting of tho feetall of this being characteristic of the annual Hiber nian gathering Another marked feature of this picnic is that the crowd bears all the semblance of one big happy family everyone knowing eevryono oleo and ovary body made to feel a thome no one resultinfg In n happy and joyous gathering A special programme of Irish music 11and dances in being prepared by Prof Collins and will be rendered h anid concert music are on llnow and can be obtained from any of the members or tho Committee of Arrangements who are County President W J Connelly John T Barry Daniel OKeefe Matt J OBrien and Walter J Cusick COIVFfdOTINGh The conflicting reports Bishop Thqmns Kennedy the the American College in Rome has given his friends several anxious hours of late Ho was suddenly seized at the college with a serious attack of heart trouble Ho was removed to the hospital of the Blue Nuns for better nursing and is now able to sit tip in a chair for severalI hours dally His sisters are now with him and ho has no need to urworry about tho students who are Rectoruri Mgr OHerne Mgr Kennedy has been the Rector for thirteen years that time the number of students soliar doubled and the college has been enlarged to twice Us original size HAPPILY WEDDED The marriage of Arthur S Key traffic manager of the Federal Chem ical Company and Miss Evelyn M Koyer daughter of Mrs Catherine Keyer 1724 Wet Jefferson and a young lady popular throughout the West End was solemnized with a nuptial mass Monday morning at ih Sacred Heart church Rev Patric l Walsh pronouncing the words that made them one Miss Mary O Keyer was maid of honor and Joseph R Keyer tho best man After the I wedding breakfast tho bride and groom left to spend their honeymoon In Michigan Upon their return they will be at tho homo of tho brides mother BESTOW lilGII HONORS The freedom of The city of Drog- heda Ireland was on Tuesday con ferred on the Most Rev Archbishop John Joseph Qlennon of St Louis by the Mayor end Corporation The last person on whom It was be stowed Was Charles Stewart Ptrnell1 the late Irish Nationalist leader I The Archbishop signed the roll just beneath the signature of the patriot The members of the Corporation presented the Arehblshop with a parchment scroll Jnclowd In a silverl casket c MINISTRY lscupes Crisis In Passing Budget With Hut a Small Margin National Volunteers Have Trans forums theSitiiation For Good Orange Volunteers Nay Have No JtcHourecs and Must Submit NOME RULE BILL FUTURE The Ministry cables Hon T P OConnor has turned successful one of the nastiest corners during Itsi career by carrying he annual budget by a majority of thirtyeight Though this majority is largely under the normal one it Is much larger than at ono time was expected owing t ttho abstention of tho Labor party and the vote of eight OBrlonite- against the Ministry and of course thereby against the houuo rule bill In the meantime the immediate future of tho home rule bill remains uncertain In spite of the die hards who advocate the rejection of the bill the majority of the House Lords will follow the advice of Lor Lansdowne and pass the secon reading of the amending bill They then will make drastic amendments such as the exclusion of all of th province of Ulster for all time nn by the action of Parliament instead of by county option It may bo said at once and emphatically that neither tho Ministry nor the Irish party oven will look at such amend meats and it Is oven possible that the House of Commons will refuse to give a second reading to a bill so mutilated and so impossible Thus we should get to a critical situation with tho home rule bill passed In Its original shape and the Ministers and tho Orange leaders face to face with the threat of a provisional govern ment set up In Ulster and the Min istry compelled to take drastic action to put it down ultlmatee stage and the present moment is not free from peril ot serious outbreaks transnformed the situation for tho goo by compelling tho Englishmen to realize at lost that thorn are other strong forces as determined to de fend Irelands Jlbertlea as SJr Ed ward Carsons recto which has Bought to destroy home rule by the appeal to rifles The only difference now between the two forces is fha one is better armed bettor drills and bettor organized and this mustI lead to determined efforts to equals ize on the Nationalist side It 1is doubtful whether the English public opinion and the supreme respon sibility of the Government to prevent illnorder will perlmt the Govoruumen- to accede to this appeal and of course the Irish party could not adopt the insane advice from some of tho volunteer extremists to defeat and destroy the Government in case thyloss of tho home rule bill just as 1 it Is about to roach the statute books English opinion has made up its mind first that thorn shall be no civil1 war and secondly that this irish question must bo settled here nn now Tho pressure comes from a many sides that all parties ultimately will yield to It Men of all parties and in the highest places are voicing this determlnalon of public thg bru able finally to resist it While th diehards talk the loudest and figure tho most largely in the public eye thero Is a strong peace section oven among tho Tories and this section still holds frequent conferences withl that section of the Liberals who so an outlet frown the difficulty in tho federal solution but these two see bone though well meaning and strong proof of the universal desire to prevent civil war and compel a settlement have not yet fpund a solution which could be accepted by the Irish party Their first propoe Is to take away from tho Irish Parliament tho Postofflce and Custom House the one important as part of Irelands national recognition and the other as tho only means now visible for raising such taxation as the enormous needs of Irelands material reconstruction in housing In tho drainage of the rivers which annually overflow In education and In other things will demand Tho Government hoe acted In perfect good faith in the House rolekct amendments and even when then amendments have been carried in the House of Lords by the permanent Tory majority there the Ministry will reject them in tho House of Commons without hesitation When this Impasse arises and not till then probably will all ot tho parties got really to close quarters and dis cover what each can take and each can give away Sir Edward Carson probably will find himself unable to accept a settlement t of a reasonable kind owing to the ferocity and strength of the movement he has created but If tha English Tory leaders find them selves as they probably will unable to support him any further he may while not acquiescing be content to stand aside and In spite of all the talk of war this woald leave to the Orange volunteers no resource but td submit Thrill then the situation remains practically the same as for eyoral months livery day brings N me peril especially ln Ulster and Iso can yet say what will hap still less what form of solution ultimately will be reached but any conviction remains undisturbed that tho public opinion sail its ubiquitous pressure will compel a solution and a solution which Ireland can accept I DEDICATION r TOMORROW placetholHighland pastorResof visiting clergymen Last February fire destroyed the sanctuary and part of the chufcltfJPjust when tho original debt was about to bo wiped out Though tho bialy was a heavy one the pastor and people wont about the work of restoration which imps resulted In an edifice of twice tho original dimensionsitahll far more FsallewlugrhoIt1gl1maBScelebrant In tho afternoon solemn oclockbywhen the sermon jvlll be preached orStofthechurchlikesaid of the two side altars This will be a memorable dar for Father atlonDonbtleBs ot1 Second street aII DEATHSIThe funeral of Thomas Noonan whose sudden and unexpected death caused manyriendsafternoonfromDeceasedd aICeieverywherde AAckermanwhosehomet death of their infant daughter Marie StPhiliptenderly laid to rest in M Michaels cemetery t Monday morning at St JohnsI church funeral services were held LoulBeHIghlandter of Charles and Catherine High Herdeathreaved parents for whom there 1 s felt most slncero sympathy Tho funeral ofMiss I Maude Gllll gan 1183 East Broadway was held llerlwate born in Brooklyn jsoventyono fears hetUfepOl1lexiifshoJssurvlvoiby i Sunday morning God called into IIn11ldson R and Grace Halllnan 1511 Prentice leaving a void that will bo l heldWcdnesda orFatherf contparents Time funeral of John P Numann frontHolOConnor conducting the sad ob sequies Deceased was fortythree- years of ago and a highly respected Wagons n11h patience MEbosurvive him STOREn Cornu street Is now occupying its ne quarters at 129 South Fourth street With largely increased floor spec a and a beautiful show room th Rogers people now have every Patti oecustomers and tho trade and willI carry a stock of everything in the lineaFriends are invited to visit the ne store FUNERAL AT St PATRICKS alHis many Louisville friends won greatly shocked when they r ceived news of the death at the ham of his sister Mrs M J Kierce iin Evansville of John R Glenn Foyears he had boon a resident ot tri city and was held in high respect b a wide circle of acquaintances Th citySaturday ganmlero platofrom St Patricks church iTSeThe regular monthly mooting of the Central Committee C K of A will bo held next Friday night at St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut A this meeting arrangements for the excursion to Jasper Ind on the Sunday preceding Labor day will be commenced President Den Kruse and Secretary Schulten will liars re ports of interest to every delegate oeryIFEDERATION Thursday night at tho Visitation Home on Walnut street tho Lout ville Federation of Catholic Societies a will meet in regular monthly session The proceedings promise to be Interesting and all delegates arerequested to be present Coplee of Archbishop Irelands address will also be distributed I r j WATSON Ills Indictment For Sending Ob scene Mutter Through the Mils lie Cuts Loose With n Horrible Screech mId Scream of Irotcstp His Insult to Catholic Women Sounds the Depth of Infamy ThE IICONOCLAST SCORNS HIM Tom Watson says the July Dranns Iconoclast has been Indicted once more for sending obscene mat terhis magazine1 through the mull Tom lets out a woeful wall a suppressed groan then cuts loose a h protestAlphonsus Liguori was an Ital- IanI who lived in the eighteenth century He was regarded as such shining light of Popery that they canonized him as a saint The Popish secret organization now known as the Redemptorists was es LiguoriPeter publishedi Popish theologians the questions which bachelor priests must use iin the confessional By the time a bythosett- a thing of the past By the time a I pouredIntocuriosity on forbidden subjects tempthertho lascivious teaching contained iin th9Romang Italy Mexico Cuba South and Con tral America into the abyss of mini venial immorality To save our pea pIe from that insidious poison they swarn to bo warned 1 undertook to them and for two years the Federal Government has been hounding me as though I were a sheep thief Railroad thieves like J P Morgan dominate public affairs gartruBthighest favor at the White House Standard Oil thieves and murderers not only escape prosecution but are inlY1anda native American whose ancestor fought and bled for the Protestant liberties of this country undertakes to warn our people of the rapid ap proach of this horrible system of perf l Government egged on as it is by the Popes ambassador the traitorousI Tumulty the selfappointed Senator from Georgia and Knights of Colum busTo 1 J 11tookcortaloC schools for priests This is true but Tom failed to state that he Increased hisa slimy salacious comment by lechI scour suggestions vile jabs rotten suggestions stinking allusions putrid insinuations dirty deductions and slanderous slobberlngs which ran riot through tho reeking colt umns of his cesspool sheet In like manner one might discredit the Bible and cover the Christian world munet mendaclouwa monstrosity devoid of sense honor decency mighteort discredit the medical profes felon and its schools You can not for ordinary circulation certain parts of the Bible nor many of the things you find in tho curriculum schoolstI have no objection to legitimate criticism of the Bible theories of theologybutson Ian method he invites tho con tempt of every man who hoe brains theem you o publication prlaanyd woulyd re spectable person could afford to iyo aueamong friends Itguilty of such perfldlty no man with a moral character above the level of a skunk would be found dead with a copy of my paper in his pocket Catholteachingn cotneaertipajustice a tyrant His Insult to Catholic women to BtalnlesBrelation to Tom Watson sounds depth of infamy that can not be measured by human speech The following oxcernt from my speech in reply to Menace Lec turers Seguln Howies Spurpeon et byWatBoni It Is true that the moral theology of Dens and LUuori contains matte eneraldlstruryofI alii tocondemnne JJ mands that we reject all for the I evilII necessarybothphysicianNotnoto physical and moral infection disease death and damnation but that each may detect and stay the sottolaland10athBomowith the name and symptom of every 1hehumanwomenfromriest who is physician to the soul must know every symptom of sin descrlptIe leprosyri InIts1 rescue and restore the soul thus afflicted to moral health to honor andDowlesdoctorthathaytheDwould 0t aCCUBOthecountryf afflictingmankind maladiesknown IsforI Catholicchurc1t Meintheirfi andcorruptI InnocentI WeretochargoagalnBt Itooprotectionthat when puregirladoctorthroatanearachethatcertainnameless 1ntlletions Noicould associate such a thought trillf physicianYetreallonable mendacity ignorancehurledgoon and Seguin against the splen BeltsacrlflclnlprleBthood TAKES A BRIDE Johng T rSuperintendent of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company Tuesdayd to the altar Miss Salllc Hannan on AnhighlyHighlands1 emnized with a nuptial high mass StJamcs Inthot andWilliamantsutrAltlanughwtUsrewna nosecrecy the news did not become sont coupshadwedding trip Upon their return they will be at home at 2124 Longest avenue GOOD WORK The Ladles Auxiliary A O II fis Increasing rapidly and doing ex meetingWednesdaybers were Initiated followed by a- LaLa enjoyable social session at which an abundance of refreshments was served Upon motion the auxiliary voted a generous allowance to send slice Mary Corcoran time Count President to the national convention at Norfolk Announcement was made that Misses Nellie Nolan and Lillie Callahan would entertain with a lotto party at tho next meeting tIn Falls City Hall on July 15 This issnow feature and popular elsewhere and therefore the ladles expect to give a series of entertainments at which different members will act as hostesses FATHER RYANS FOURTH Hundreds of New Albany and Jof forsonvlllo people will attend tim Fourth of July picnic that will b e given at Enlows grove near Henry villa by the Rev Father James J Ryan pastor of St Francis Xavier church at Henryvlllo and former as satiate praetor of Holy Trinity church In Now Albany Anderson G Moore Is at tho head of the arrangement for the Now Albany contingent Spe cial traction cars will carry the New Albany and Jeffersonville crowtAmusements of All kinds will be pro vises and dinner and supper will be carved on the grounds Judge James W Fortune of Jefforsonvlllo the Rev James Dulaney of Columbus and the Hon Samuel Wells Scottsburg will be tho speakers A fine band rise been secured and bon concerts in the afternoon and at night will be features of the day btfund for the erection of a now church at Henryville GOLDEN JUBILEE The Rev Father William Gammas pohl pastor of St Mary Magdalens chutes will next September have tho colebratlndto tho holy priesthood There is no doubt but that the people of his timde Agaa FatherGauseDohlhas collected many of his poems an had them printed in a neat volume RightnevRECEIVED IN AUDIENCE J Nicholasalthe RUbt Rev Charles E loIcDo nell Bishop of Brooklyn were r reived Saturday in private audience by the Pope J I J WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office Your Next Order STANLEY Opens Joenl Nnttoiml Mortt dayEvening Itceklmm l Hndeavorlavlde l eniocracy Nomination of JJeckhani Would Injure the Congressional Nominee EN YOUNG OPENS CAMPAIGN Congressman wlllbringtheirtlrstrace for thelong Senatorial term nnaddressNationalovenlag730ocJockhowlllthoDeckham bystheStatehnsBpokenoxernors DeckhnmrestextentThe thatDeckllamgoingglimmeringtricts fighttorthis being etPortaofto enrollnfighting force for tho candidacy faaorprominent InthoassertionthatDeckhamanhere the mentionednowweeks ranksamongHumphriesJohn CharlesFosteraveraceappearsthatpromotIngho using Christian Science methods exceptiontlattergentlemen fortheirnameddto their advertised choice as thelPjl1g41gllqnJf n1j thatthoItachoiceItoerstcpsthatDeckhamornemocracy aLoulsvilloLeoncontended thoou1stt menUhmentioned cratic voto to Beckham and the adherents cnttdldacy bettorandtateSelf preservation Is tho first law of Democracyrealizes DeckhoonotSherleysotsthetheNovemberarothousandshavetatedsupportgeneral election and the defection of this tiara would jeopardize the chances of the party not only hero but throughout the State The Post abovefnctBcombination thatelgncommlttco MuckPytltlangressman Stanleys Louisville cam whileSenatorSam thatGovwhythIsfrom any point of view another safe IsthirdInthlBtheeofresultThe city of Louisville and Jeffer seon ahandBomet forthengalnstJohnson workIng InheGenYOlIgat Klchplasvlllo this afternoon GeneYoung being a native of jessamine county and is making his first manyIIfELP VOMJJifTEEJf Ptt The first contribution of IrishmeniIn the United States to arm and armydlast week was acknowledged Satur andtheItsi receipt came from Prof Ecin Mc Nell of the National University of ProA NattoaatdSeveralnVplunteerw was headquarters I I KENTUOKY fRISH AMiRYJAl KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY liSstedl 11 Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hlbernlani Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publish r SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc BnUrtd at UI Ltolirlll PeitiMlet It Bocoed Ctui futur A MrMiillCoH Mlwtl0Hi to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 WealOne Stt LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 4 1914 INTO ANOTHER YEAR I With this issue the Kentucky Irish American founded upon the Four of July enters Its seventeenth year grateful to Its subscribers patrons and readers for their encouragement and generous support and stronger and better prepared than ever before to advocate and battle for tho riglitof and fight Injustice and error The publishers have lent their best efforts to make tho Kentucky Irish American Interesting as well asp authoritative attractive In Its a Itspearancedoctrine Its articles well arranged iI L as well as well written and its typography as good as Its nelghbor i Our news columns have been he clean and bright and right up to tho minute which accounts for our steady Increase In circulation and the demand for advertising space This policy will continue and nothing will be left undone to maintain the reputation of the Kentucky Irish Amerl I can as ono of the brightest and newsiest Catholic newspapers of the countryWhile ever fearless our purpose will always be to buildup our D ple our city our Stato and o country and exposing anything audof everything that would In any mannorto retard their material or splritu progressStanding for God and country wo therefore extend thanks and greet- Ings to our friends and patrons and sincerely pray they may be spared to celebrate a Glorious Fourth of July for many years to come ABUSING LIBERTY Tho widespread tendency today to compel people to be moral by foreasof law with the consequent multiplication 1 of legal enactments design e to regulate tho conduct of men provokes tho following rebuke from Judge Cullen late Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals of New York In my youth says the Judge yliberty seemed to be tIle right of tha citizen to act and live nj he thought best so long as his conduct did not Invade a like right on the part of others Today according to the notion of many people liberty the right of part of the people to compel tho other part to do what tho first part thinks tho latter ought to do for its own benefit In this State New York wo now have over 200 felonies and over double that number of misdemeanors No tra or calling seems so limited no s clety or association so Insignificantr tho advocates of no hobby or no trum so few or so wanting In Influences 1 to be denied the privilege of having a new misdemeanor created1 Misdemeanors have become so co 1 mon that there is speculation amon the curious as to how many the average decent citizen will ordinarily commit In a dayIHURTS NATIVE PRIDEI We are accustomed to attribut- our appalling high rate of crime fIni this country to the Influx of foreigners Unfortunately for our nativeborn pride this explanation does not always fit In with the facts During a recent Investigation of the causes pf crime among juveniles JIn St Louis the foreignborn child andI J his parents made a credible showing The investigation extended over five years According to the records presented by Probation Officer Hughl I Fullerton48 per cent of the chil dren committed by the court wereI white and of Americanborn parents i This Is almost double the number of delinquents of foreign nationality j These records disprove the oftre peated assertion that the foreign element Is responsible for a large part of the delinquent population Records show according to Officer Fullerton that the parent of foreign nationality Is more careful of his child than the average nativebor- parent and Is less liable to shirk his responsibility ALWAYS GOOD CROP r There Is one crop that doesnt de feat cp9K the Breather and tha- Is t the crop of suckers who live on the gush handed out by the A P A organs who are growing tat on the duplicity of their reader and sprIngingup like mushrooms It being rumored that one Is to be published at Glasgow FINALLY ARQUBHD The Briiisk authorities aa well ae the public appaar to have become Jl allY arqHefl to UefaetthatltCI Ie time for iei to vaaage their 1 I I ridiculous policy in dealing with theI mad militants It Is proposed to resort to drastic measures in meting thout punishment to them and aban don the farcical cat and mouse per formances If these law breakers choose to make martyrs of them selves by starving themselves tto death they should not be deprived that privilege Such seems to be tho popular sentiment now LORDS DAY ALWAYS A perpetual Sabbath is being cele brated on earth This is not get orally known for most people think that the day they call Sunday Is the OreekssiDIday tho Assyrians Wednesday the Egyptians Thursday the IIobrowH and several Christian Beets Satur day and the Christians Sunday So really It Is the Lords day always THEIR SAFE J PLACE There Is no place like homo for the children particularly after dark Parents who do not know where their children are after nlght 0fall will have much to answer for Isurtho little ones and will be called explain before the throno of Godt alroT THEIR DAY The Socialists wont be found among the number honoring the flag toddy their choice being the red flag of anarchy There Is yet in Washington n firm conviction that there will bo a peaceful settlement of the Mexican trouble The Niagara Falls confer once instead of ending in failure was so freely predicted lias thu successfuldThis glorious Fourth of July marks tho one hundred and thtrty eighth anniversary of this countrys formal and decisive separation from England tho most oppressive nationi the world has over known The Catholic church In the United States hold 100000000 in educa tlonal property 10000000 being- Is spent annually in maintaining edu cation and 1250000 pupils proflt ing by that education Take your religion with you on your vacation IeDEAD FROM HEAT William J Broderlck aged twenty throughouathe West End was found dead J bed Sunday morning at tho home o his mother Mrs Dora BroderIck 519 North Twentyfirst street The hims progsuperinduced by the extreme heat Besides his mother several sisters survive The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Cecilia 8 church JORETTOoThe Sisters of Mercy In charge of tho Visitation Homo for working girls on Walnut street have returned theirIannual retreat which closed Thurs day During their absence thei places were taken by Sisters from St Catherines Convent on East Broad bytheof the Sacred Heart Monastery on the Newburg road Ins BROTHER ILL Gen Michael Relcher received a telegram Saturday bringing the sad intelligence that his brother was very callinghimImmediately for Fond du Lac where he will remain until his brother is pronounced out of danger SISTERS OF CHARITY The annual spiritual retreat of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth will open at iNazareth on July 10 con lotionsnplacelaterwho can not return to Nazareth from their scattered and distant missions until later RETURNS FROM JUBILEE Rev Edmund KalserO M C pastor of St Peters church Sevenhteenth and Garland first of the week from Terre Haute Ind where he went to attend the fitBenedictefirst mission after being ordained and where he labored for six years ICE CREAM FESTIVAL M The Columbia Athletic Club will entertain with an lc cream festival their spacious lawn j12 East St street Monday evening July ZO 4 SOCIETY O 1 ItifJtJl Miss Alice Cain loft Monday for a visit to Atlantic City Edward Edelen is spending his vacation at TaYlorsville Miss Mae Adams Lincoln has returned from a visit to friends in Paducah toII I Miss Irene McCabe has gone Harlan to be the guest of Mrs Denver Cornett Mrs Bernard Asman Is In Chicago to spend several weeks with Mrs A W Steward Miss Luella Nally of Buechel has been the guest of Miss Agnes Moran in Deer Park Miss Henrietta Dugan has been visiting in Owensboro the guest of Mrs L H Armendt Mrs Mary Sweeney has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs A11 eAThompson at Springfield Mrs J W Featherstone Bcechmont is spending two weeks with relatives in the Highlands Mr and Mrs Cary B limes have returned from their honeymoon tn and are residing In Florence place Mrs John J Reilly of Philadel I phia is here on a visit as tho guest of her father James Wolfe the grocer Joseph P Hlnes Congressman Shorleys secretary left Monday t Washington to remain until the end pf Congress Miss Mary OHara East Seventh and Elm streets New Albany Is in St Louis visiting her aunt Mrs James Gordon Miss Elizabeth Callahan enter tamed with a most delightful luncheon Wednesday in honor of Miss Vlr glnla Murphy of Des Moines Mr and Mrs Thomas OMara at at home to their friends at Eighteenth and Hill streets after a trip to Niagara Falls and New York The friends of Mrs Fred T Heffornan of Thirtyfifth and Madison 1 streets will be glad to hear she Is recovering from her recent illness Misses Lulio and Josephine Tler ney of 1119 West Broadway are on an extended trip to Washington Philadelphia Atlantic City and New York Mrs Joseph T Dtfgan of Panama Is spending tho eumme- a with her parents Mr and Mrs John McDonald 613 West Breckinridgo street Mrs Joe Sparks Deer Park en tertnlned with an elegant luncheon in honor of Messrs and Mesdames Harry Sparks Peter Holland and Mike Moran Frank Martin son of Mr and Air Albert F Martin who Is studying for the priesthood at Baltimore re turned home Thursday for his summer vacation Miss Mary OSullivan of the Nor mal School faculty left Saturday for Ypsilanti Mich where she willl I1 take a six weeks course at the Normal College James Wathen loft last week for Corveyvllle Can to Join MrsI Wathen and Miss mile Wathen who are the guests of Mr and Mrs An t1lr drew CorcoranIj I enternthelfe birthday of their daughter Miss Angela Flynn Mr and Mrs Matt McDonald of Mobile and their three children an0of here on a visit as tho guests of Mr and Mrs James P Langan of 1037j South Seventh street Miss Thelma Bryan who has bee attending St Vincent College aUlIwas en route to her home at Bowling Green spent a week with Mrs Alice Smith of 4111 South Fifth I atreetII Miss Mary Hagan spent last week visiting her grandparents Mr andj i Haremrgave honor j at which twentyfive guests wereI I present Mrs C J Enright who has been Byrneleft i j JosephineByrnewith her Mrs Harry T Esterle and little daughter Corinne of Little Rockswill arrive here today to spend the summer with her father Philip E Kelly 2206 Fiankfort avenue and other relatives i I I Mrs Fred Hang and children Miss Mary Teresa Hang and Master Anthony Hang left Sunday for New York from whore they sailed on Wednesday to spend the summer in Dublin and Ireland 1 Mrs C D Elkins and family Mr 1 t familyMrs i Mrs Wallace Young and son left Friday to spend a three weeks vaca tion at Sulphur Springs Ind Miss Katie McCuo of 325 Northlat street was toUJ er home Tuesday evening after dorgolng an operation at St Josephs muchImproved roomjI jI Mr and Mrs James Barnwell re turned Monday to their home in Day ton Ohio after a most pleasant tiaengertestJennie Murphy James and Kate Murphy 1606 Dumeenll street and bother frle1i1dBII The marriage of MIN the MargueriteR x 1914 PRIMARY AUGUST 1 1914I VOTE FOR A 0 STANLEY THE WORKINGMANS FRIEND Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Purcell and Arthur W Prior of Denver Col was solemnized with a tloBlessed Sacrament on Tuesda morning Rev Father OSulllvnn per forming tho ceremony brldip who was AUsa AI Hudson will return next week from their honeymoon trip Their marriage which was solemnized at Holy Name church was one of the prettiest soon In South Louisville this year Rev Father OConnor performed the con mony The bride and groom will woddhotg tripMiss Ellen Wathen was hostess at a card party given In honor of Af Adolia Railings guest Miss E- Land m of Lexington Among the present were Misses Adelia Rolling Virginia Babbitt Benlta Murphy Rachel OBrien Emily Rau Ruth Rau Etta Jacob Elizabeth Hays Alice Hays Eflle Land of Lexington and Mesdames Earl Gore and Lee Pfleffer 0The marriage of Miss Alargueri Hurst to William Edward Judd took place Thursday of last week at noon in tho rectory of St Charles church Father Charles P Raffo the ceremony Their only attendan were Miss Katherine Hurst and Henry Hurst sister and brother of groglefttrip and will be at home to tholr friends after July C on East Avory street The Church of Our Lady in Portland was the scene of a very prett whorn 0 bride of John J Hoftornan Miss Edleman wore a white lingerie wed ding gown and carried a shower bouquet of brides roses The mat of honor Miss Edna Amon was a tired In green silk and carried pin roses Leo Heffernan attended his brother as best man Following the members thss home of tho grooms mother Mr hoetoo tysecond street after July 6 VISITATION HOME BENEFIT An allday outing for the benefit of tho Visitation Homo for wprklng girls conducted by the Sisters oft Mercy will be hold on July 23 at Spring Bank Park Friends of the home are making great prepara flans for the event ISUNSET EXCURSION promises to eclipse ale 1 former social events undertaken by Mackln Social Club will be the sun set excursion to be given next Saturday evening July 11 on the steamer Corona There will be an abundance refreshments and the orchestra musici ments committee promise all who at tend the most delightful boat ride of nnt 530 p m the tickets being fifty cents MUSIC COURSE ITIUHNG Arthur C Becker organist at St Brlglds church and prominent in local musical circles loft Tueada for Chicago to take an organ d piano course under Profs AIddl- achulte and Henrlot O Levy Ho will not return until the latter part of August CONVElTIONj Rev Brother James Superior of St Xaviers College and Brother Julian of the same Institution have J been spending the week in Atlantic City attending the convention andII of the Catholic Educational J Association t I I SISTERS IN RETREAT t The first of the two annual retreats for the Ursuljno Sisters of the Sacred Heart Academy on Cherokee Drive will begin today They will be conducted by one of the Jesuit fathers from St Louis and each will last a weekt1ST LOUIS DERTRANDSD During the months of July andJJ August the high mass at St Louis Bertrands church on Sunday morn ings will be at 9 oclock The mass 10 oclock will be a low mass fol Immediately by benediction ntil September there will be no Sunday evening servicestTHEY MADE GOOD jThe Louisville comanderles the receivingmuchmade in the great parade at the na onal convention in Cincinnati last week The prize drills were said to the best ever held When the awards were made St Josephs Coni mandery 130 of this city received 1 third prhe for mileage n a FONTAINE FERRY 10THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood Vaudeville I AND Free Concerts by Natiellos Band The Big Sanitary Swim mingPoolopens today TayloreDrug Co No 3 Fourth near Walnut RIVER VIEW setoaistillas Gnat AmusimiRt Park SEASONsAFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musicals GuzzardisOrcheatra High Class Vaudeville Singers Mr Dlefanbach is again in charge of Kitchento cents children accompanied by parents free JSaturday July 4 excurmarmien rate on the Cincin nati Steamers Regular Meet the JulyY5 at 9a m as usual 50 CENTS ROUND TRIP USkIN OUR NEW QUARTERS beausserve you quicker and better than heretofore Remember our new number 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREET BET MAIN AND MARKET ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO Established 1897 Home Phone City 5161 DONT FORGET THE National Hat Cleaning Works CON J KOLB PROP When you want your old hate made new Straw and Panama hate cleaned and bleached 533 WEST MARKET ST UMTS OP COLDMBUS1 S Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The new council at Newcastle Ind has been successfully launched newdIowaeThe initiation and address of Bishop Tlhen caused a great gather Ing of Knights at Hartington Neb Preceding the national convention there will be held a grand exemplification of the fourth degree at St PaulState Deputy McCarthy of Toledo Instituted a new council at Ottawa Ohio last Sunday Among the speakers at the banquet were Attor IIII ney General Timothy S Hogan Protestant ministers everywhere appreciate the antiSocialist lec tures of Peter Collins and Peter Goldstein and many would secure their services to combat the evil Arkansas and Oklahoma Knights are well pleased with tho appointment of Victor Spalding editor of the Southern Guardian as Master of the Fourth Degree Assembly of district Every State In the Union Canada Newfoundland Mexico Porto Rico Cuba South America and the Philippine Islands will be reproOsentod at tho national St Paul next month The national convention at St Paul will open with Pontifical high mass In the Cathedral on Tuesday 4 Bishop Lawler will be celebrant and Archbishop Ire land will preach the sermon DIG ATTRACTION Promoter George Buechel has completed all arrangements for the Hussane Westergard wrestling match which will take place at Eclipse Park thIs afternoon time being called at 3 oclock and judg- Ing from tha itiwest displayed a regular doHblfeJdgler crowd will CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic ORPHAN PICNIC AND Patriotic Fourth of July Celebration ON GROUNDS OF ST VINCENT ORPHANS HOME Payne and Cavewood Ave Take East Walnut Cars MUSIC DAIRY LUNCH GAMES REFRESHMENTS COUNTRY STORE ELECTRICAL ILLUMINATION AND FIREWORKS Come and bring your family and friends andenjoy the Grand Old Fourth under the great shade trees that surround St Vincents Orphanage Children free Bring them all Plenty of room and entertainment for everybody Visit the linen and other booths for choice bargains SUNSET EXCURSION GIVJCN BY THE MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB STEAMIER CORONA SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 11 Dancing Refreshments Music Boat Leaves Foot of First St at 530 P M Tickets 50c REAL COUNTRY PICNIC POR THE BENEFIT OF THE New Catholic Church Pewee Valley Locust Lodge Grove Wooldridge Station Near Pewee Valley WEDNESDAY JULY 15 1914 Both Dinner and Supper will be served Meals 25c A Diamond Solitaire Ring will be awarded at the con clusion of the picnic Music and Refreshments Take Lagrange Electric Cars i N1N4NMNN N4 NSNN S111S fVVHOLIIBNALIB INCORPORATED AND RETAILI IPHONE gOUTH 2Sw CITY 1866 tiNs asx mK oa Phone City 3238 UpStairs rIDSUlt1lMER SPECIALSFeatherweight Materials for hot weather Coat and Pants to order 18 and 20 Palm Beach Suits 1250 425 WEST JEUTFJDRSON STREET FURNITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM F MAYERMa- rket 9 Bet Fourth and Fifth P VIGLINI J A VIGLINI RICHARD D LANGAN P VTOLINI cfe CO602 InterSouthern Building Fifth and Jefferson Sts FIRST AID TO THE INSURED Thirty years in business Fire Tornado and Liabil ityInsuranceTelehoneaHome City 5200 Cumb Main 161 be in the bleachers and grandstand f course Hussane will be made tilt favorite on account of his record here during the past several months and especially for his showing against Zbyscko the champion but on the other hand his opponent only recently disposed of Cutler who was also a big favorite here and as many thought a possible champion Seats will be on sale at Sutcllffos up to the noon hour- RETURNS VIA IRELAND His Eminence Cardinal Farley now en route home from his visit to Pope Plus X will reach Ireland early in August when he will visit his old friend Cardinal Logue Archbishop of Armagh 0lc Store MONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging B price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us a call at our warerooms 318330 West Green SL Niw KuldooR Momnit T3- f iI 0 gENTUOKY Y12ISH AMERICA t DOUGHERTY McELIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH P1IONES Cumb Main 200SU Home City 2008 NN NNVN N M GDMBKRLANI MAIN 3971y jJONEBARR SONS 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 mast Obtain Street aarrrxorxst1 H1 ataaxaat +at+ tHr HrTHOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 w T T or GRAN W SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET AA AAAOIUI AeJJAOAAA o brr DR J T fCIIAWK I Veterinary J 713715 SOUTH Infirmary SEVENTH STREET JT tf88eJCietiS299a Rile City 2399 Jr 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Celebration of OurNntiunnl Hol iday on St Vincent Asylum GromiflH Great Reunion and Plciiic For the llcnefit of Poor 1 OrplmiiH Varied AnuiscmentH Speeches tJsljRerlcHlmcntH nud Fireworks I MANY iHANDSOME DONATION- At least fifteen thousand people are expected to visit the St Vincent Asylum grounds In Clifton today and participate in the glorious Fourth of July celebration and picnic that will be held there for the benefit of the children of the St Thomas and St Vincent Orphanages This celebration is promoted by the newly1 or ganized Orphan Society and prom inent laymen representing the various Catholic congregations of Louisville and Is expected to surpass anything heretofore given for the little boys and girls cared for by the noble and selfsacrificing Sisters of Charity For weeks past general meetings have been held when the work was carefully distributed and rapidly per fected Every detail for the convenience comfort and entertainment of the general public has been care fully arranged and every Chairman has been surrounded with an able corps of assistants There are about 200 orphan boys and girls in tho two institutions who will aid in do ing honor to tho Stars and Stripes and our national holiday ono that every patriotic citizen will observe At tho general meeting held Monday nlghtat Bertrand Hall tho Rev William Gausopohl of St Mary Magdalens was Introduced by Presi dent Meehan and In his short ad dress and appeal for the orphans he roused his hearers to tho highest pitch of enthusiasm Father Will lam commended the work of tho scclety and the ladles and gentlemen interested Chairman Thomas Tarpy called for reports from the working com mittees when It was shown that many elegant gifts had been received from the overgenerous mer chants of Louisville These donations will bo distributed among tho numerous ladles booths and on the wheels Edward J Boslor an nounced that for his department there would be unlimited awards and that each would bo looked upon as a prize The linen booth will bo pre sided over by Mrs John H Buscho moyer and the many and valuable articles to bo soon here will make this booth tho Mecca for all the women and many of the men folk Commitfceman Russell who will act as manager of the country store reported that his committee had assembled a largo corps of assistants and that their stock would contain all of tho necessities and most of the luxuries of the household Council man Thomas Dolan whose chief aim Ia to amuse the little people said his committee had done active work and secured a largo stock for tho fish ponds Lee Yates and his corps of lady assistants have been busy all week preparing for the dairy lunch they will serve and promise that It will equal anything over offered by the Camp or Childs establishments In addition to tho foregoing there will be a number of exciting games music an electrical Illumination and flroworks at night and everything that would contribute to tho enjoyment of the day The donations will be exhibited in tho various booths and on tho grounds James Greeno was donor of a mahogany library table a brass bed and a handsome lawn swing S M Raffo a kitchen cabinet Herman Straus Sons a supply of beautiful table linens Other merchants to whom credit will bo given donated lingerie waists scores of towels and articles of clothing while John Hardy and other grocers are giving all the bread that will be necessary and tho Whltesldes Bakery has also been most generous All who have the interest and comfort of our orphan children are asked to come today to their picnic During many years past it has been said time and again that Inde pendence day above all others was tho time for an orphans picnic Now that tho day has como and the pic nic is a reality leb it not go on history as having been a failure Tho new Orphan Society is making strenuous efforts to get the newly organized company into shape Lot us help them by giving our time and our means toward building up its treasury FONTAINE FERRY Manager Bilger offers another attractive vaudeville bill for the patrons of Fontaine Ferry each number being presented by stars of the profession The attendance at the Ferry Is breaking all records and nightly thousands gather to en I Joy tho free musical concerts of Prof Natiello and his band All tho park amusement devices are in full swing and those for the children are con stantly thronged The swimming pool continues to grow in popularity and is being patronized by tho best poo pie who enjoy a dip in tho water SURFERS RHEUMATIC ATTACK The Rev D H Westermann pas tor of St Marys church who has suffered much from rheumatism has I gone to Battle Creek lIlchfor a three weeks stay where it is hoped his condition may be improved REMARKABLE INCIDENT One of the most remarkable incl dents in the history of the Knights of Columbus occurred recently at the degreofe J A MONEYMAKINGII OPPORTUNITY A Stock That Will Pay a Divi dend on Its Capital the First Year of Doing Business An 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stockholder and receive tho profits of this great yourThe stock of old establlshed companies In this line is worth three to eight times par value and original Investors are receiving from 1C to 100 per cent dividends This is the opportunity of a lifetime to make a safe and profitable Invest ment and worth the attention and In vestigation of every conservative In vestorAs the selling price of this stock will be advanced 250 a share In a very short time and as less than 2000 shares are available at tho present sell Ing price those who wish to take ad vantage of tills opportunity should write at once for a copy of this book to Livingston Sutton Dept 20 Box 434 Philadelphia pa Mr Sutton requests that no one will wrlto simply through idlo curiosity He does not care to waste his time In use less correspondence SOCIETY DIRECTORYR t A O II- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTleasurerThouas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlii Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KenneyTreasurerJames Welsh tSergeantatArmsj J Cunning SentinelThomas llannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantatArms Martin J KallaherSentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connell- ySergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentinelltf J McDermott Y 5M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice President John Ken ney Second Vice President Fred Schulor Recording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch Marshal Raymond E Schott Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Ad ams George Slmonls Frank Geiler W A Link Chas Schuler Chester Mass William R Con nolly a Past Grand Knight of the old Charlestown Council but at the present time a member of the Mt Vernon Council presented as candidates for reception into the order the following persons Patrick H Connolly his father Thomas F Connolly his brother and William R Connolly Jr his son SENDING FOR PRIESTS So rapid has been the increase in the number of Catholics in the die ceso of Brooklyn N Y that Blshpj McDonald has had to send to Bishops In other countries for priests who may be spared from their respective dioceses for a few years I This month ten young priests who were ordained at Maynooth Ireland I will begin their work In the Brook lyn diocese BACK ON DUTY Capt R Phllpott of the No 4 hook and ladder company who was 1filat1 theLexingtonstrutno Mrlom results and te again on I duty t I III XAVERIANS Founded Here First American Teaching Mouse of Their Order St Francis Xuviern College a iMonument of Ediicntiondi Zeiil Two Hundred Brothers Firmly Kstiiblitilic In American Cities INVITED BY BISHOP SPALDING By James A Kooney When Brother Francis Xavier Theodore James ttyker the founder of tho Xaverian Brothers arrived In the United States In July 1854 to found at Louisville the first house of his teaching order In America he was fiftyseven years old and that was his third visit Ills first was made In 1831 when ho remained three years traveling through tho country and making close observations of Catholic schools as they then existed He found that the Christian Brothers had not yet gained a foothold and the general demand among the Bishops and clergy for Catholic male teachers convinced him that a project he had In mind of founding such an order would bear fruit here perfecthiscountryInperfected and the scope of his pro posed Institute so clearly outlined In his mind that he received letters ap proving his project from seven American Bishops Elated with his success he again returned to Europe and submitted his project to Monsignor Boussans Bishop of Bruges and told him of the encouragement he had received from the American Bishops Mon signor Boussans added his approval but advised him to prepare himself undertakingbydemptorlsts at St Trond This ho pilgrimagetowith Gregory XVI after which ho organizehisUlanydiscouragements and by 1840 he had only secured three candidates who shared his zeal and his poverty But God sent to him some friends with the means to promote his undertaking and ho was propertyInand aboysTho progressive character of the teaching soon commanded attention and not long after grammar schools were opened that proved successful Later the Brothers were called to England where more successful schools were opened But Brother Francis Xavier never forgot the cor diality of his reception In America BIshopSpaldings ahousoville and with a band of his Broth ers he undertook the direction of countryThoyana St Francis Xavlers College IJIstill one of thi monuments of their pSpalding noinvitedtorboysBrothers decided to transfer the center of their activities to Balti more They purchased property near the city and in 1876 they opened their novitiate and founded St Josephs College Now the disciples of Brother Francis Xavier number about 200 in the United States conducting colleges acad emies parochial and Industrial schools and homes for boys and they are established In many Ameri can cities The founder Brother Francis Xavier was born in Holland August 30 1797 of devout Catholic parents andhowas a born teacher At nineteen he Tosthiscontracted while nursing the stricken He entered a Trappist monastery where he found that his vocation was teaching and his after career proved the wisdom of the confessor who guided him He died at Bruges In 1871 aged seventyfour years after seeing his Xaverlans England CONGRESS AT LOURDES So far ten Cardinals and one hun dred Bishops have signified their Intention of attending tho Euchar Istic Congress at Lourdes CONDUCTS RETREAT Rev Benedict Hanley CP of the Sacred Heart Rerteat on the Newburg road conducted the annual retreat for the priests of tho Des Moines diocese last week Tho retreat was hold in St Josephs Acad emy Des Moines ONLY ONE LEFT Living quietly for the last eight years and more John McGuire who Washington vivor of the memorable battle between the Monitor and the Merrlmac hislifethe line of the Central railroad of heretiredmore than forty years McGuire is now seventynix years of age He 1was born in Ireland coming to this Duringthe thEIparticipated in the battle between i t FRANK FEHR BREWING GO 1u l IPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING COttl INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordeal a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt C9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TU WIEDEMANN1 CORPO- 5ATHDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersvSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent tut t ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS t Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY OLD FORTUNA 1 1 BOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS CUSCADEN GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE- CREAMPHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Fark has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and managementof3ARRY DECKER Assistant Manager 4 H ERRMAncroaraae BROS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers tad Wholesale Dealers la Finest Brands of Kea nfcky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tristans 1141 214 IOTH CTRK that veelaad the Mealier la Hampton Roads la the eprlag et 8U a r BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- IieleotroAaI y Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pbanes 223 FRED ERHART- ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson THE 2 FAVORITES at LesisvHIes Particular Saokirs TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmad and the beetmode forth mosey For sale at all dispensers of smokers TW TARPY CO YAJDIIR8 SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET NOTIOE All persons having claims against the cutale f Ballard Cobb deceased are notified e file Same with me HrevesaecordlsgtelaweaerbefortJ017201914 ALFRED R COBD AdmV 1204 East Mon Street 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Broken lots of Tally Cards per dozen Be Splendid Celluloid Finish Playing Cards per deck 10c Special discount on quantity lots 350 300 250 LADIES LOW SHOES 195Beginning Monday morning we will place on sale at 4 195 all broken lots of High Grade Oxfords and Pumps PUMPS 300 Values flackPatent Leather Gun Metal and Suedes With or Without Straps SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY g Ilio Phon ijaj OXFORDS Values up to 350 Tnn GunI Vlcl Kid andI Patent English Shapes or High Toes MICHAEL of the I With 2 12 our New Cot 336 WlSt Market Sellers Duchess Shoes Ladies t 30 COUPONSTags Blend 70e TJiis a delicious blend quality equal to many higher priced coffees M MULLOY fall w iviAi scBrr TRltET I fNCCCVCVCVC NNNlNNNNSN G NNA FOR SAKE 7 EAr MOTIIERSBREAD Made the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South f4H- M Black Metal for lbs fee On That YOU CAN NOT alone a Camera We can fit you with from upwards will be glad to explain SOUVENIR CARDS PICTURE fRAMING 321 JNsnrl- ovisrfit f waa Tlj oartThat you spent for something you did not NEED would have t ItartedaIISAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest twice year There MAY COME a time whea your LAST muktbespeat for sometbUg yon DO NEED The SAVING now dollars you are wasting might keep that time from ever I oftbeIIKy Titlei IFifthPlaceIOpen Daily Until 3 p m n 4 II 111111 I IJ IMIND- NI Piss r Mg VOLZ of In JOHN GOODNESS Vacation Trip get wi- thlOutI 2 POST last The Last a hard Savings Bank II 111111 II It II 111 P IANNQN JR Yks PrM i Triii In Kid St is in one LAWREKCE J VEIN DUN Stttttary Pa BANNON PIPE CO Sewer Mil Catvvrt Pipe- Baaaeas Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Cead its Wall Cepiatf Drain Tile Yitrlie Brick n fire Preeiag Flae LialagYFire Brick- Grateaed iteikrTilel Greta Fire Clay Chinaey Taps OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON P40Mtl PHONES CITY 5731786 CUMB MAIN 5O7 11 WORKS 13tka Breelc cMaeseit Are Be ttk aid lurk PF nf HIBERNIANS What They 1ave Been Dolnj the Pa t WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 2 met Thursday night and heard encouraging reports Many divisions are subscribing to the Irish National volunteer fund I Remember the date of the Hiber nian Social Club moonlight is Tuesday July 14 Division 3 will meet Monday oven ing and Division 1 on Tuesday oven Ing next week The County Board will meet either Thursday or Friday night at Division 3s hall Tho Ladles Auxiliary lately es tablished at Laconla N II Is in a flourishing condition James L Kerns of Central Falls won tho Irish history gold modal offered by the HiberniansIThe A P A organs of the Menace and Peril kind are still busy circulating a fake A O H oathIEvery member of the order should dispose of his share of the tickets for the County Board picnic The New York State convention at Troy will be the most Important ever held in the Empire State The Kentucky Ladles Auxiliary will have a splendid report to submit at the national convention The Lnilios Auxiliary of Cumberland n I has planned for a trolley party to be given Its members The great Fourth of July celebra tion In San Francisco will be under the auspices of the Ancient Order National President Regan has made an excellent record during his two administrations as head of the order Now Albany and Joffersonvllle will each send a strong delegation to the State convention to be held at Gary With a reception and dance Los Angeles Hibernians will celebrate the victory gained by the Irish party on July 13 A now division of tho Ladies Aux iliary has been instituted at Pater son N J starting with thirtyfour charter members The Ladles Auxiliary of Dayton Ohio donated the proceeds of their entertainment over 500 to St Elizabeths Hospital Just now ihorb IS quietude throughout the order largely due to the near approach of tho national convention at Norfolk The Ladles Auxiliary and Hiber nians of Duluth are taking active part for the bazar to be given for St James church In that city The Hibernians of Cork Ireland have administered a smashing defeat to the OBrienltes and scotched factionIsm In that city and county John Keaney has been doing work for Division 2 that is appreciated by every member of the order Ho would make a successful executive Members will appreciate the new entertainment plan of our Ladles Auxiliary Wherever it has been Introduced good results have been achievedMiss Kennedy State Presi dent and Miss Mary Corcoran County President will leave on July 19 to represent the Ladles Aux iliary of Kentucky at the national convention MILWAUKEE TUESDAY What promises to be tho most hard fought sorles of tho present baseball season is tho ono beginning next Tuesday when Manager Harry Clark and his Milwaukee aggregation open a fourgame series with Louis yule the result of which will have a great bearing on the pennant race as neither of the teams thus far have been able to shako off tho other in the fight for first place the rivalry being so keen that trouble was caused last week at MI- lwaukee and a riot call for tho poJlce turned in mainly because of the rowdy tactics of Lewis and Barbcau who are known throughout the asso ciation as bad actors For the good of the gamo It is hoped that there will be no recurrence of the trouble hero next week and lot the best team win which should be the Colonels who man for man look better than their rivals who aro consid ered by many as only being a con tender on account of their ginger of supplyLouisvilleplaying two games at Cleveland also playing there again tomorrow and Monday then returning to play the four Western teams in succes sion The awarding of the silver ball and bat at the end of the season to tho most valued member of the local team Is causing much discus sion all having their favorite as for instance Squire George Berry Dr J A Casper Luke S Cuniffe and Hon George B Barrett In nam ing their favorite the other day allii pickingsSoverefdI Larry Luke taking Dodge while our Legislator picked Sjtansbury QUIET PLACE AllY nIGHT John Hogan the operator and Thomas F Dolan the well known II tobacco man left Thursday for aI two weeks stay at Sanders Ky II which was selected by the latter gentleman asa quiet place of rest He hM guaranteed his partner that their only work will be swatting meeqaltoee and the most strenuous nerse will be that of laylaI cheoker t Annual Reunion and Picnic j GIVEN BY ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS AT PHOENIX HILL PARK TUESDAY JULY 21 1914 Special program of Irish music and dances Tickets 10 Cents I I Epileptic Fit 4 Golconda Nev April 111 sine I took Pastor Koenlgs Nerve VeBlo I had no more epileptic flta since tt spring of 1911 and In June I began se work again tivthateworkevery fcodr was afraid CMM I tad Ate nearly every day In a few years but now they all want me to work for them because they know me Sad see bow I am now The Tonic Is lure A Godsend for me and therefore- txsaot praise it enough Walter Heard Wonderful OrandTlew R1 Wash Aur 1912- I had epllepno Sits every two or three weeks since to years of which doctors could not cure me since I took Pas tor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic I had no at tacks in two years and feel wen so long as I take the Tonlo The effect Is won derful Mrs J B Griffln FREE I A Valuable Book on Nero vous Dlseaaes sad a Sample bottle to sal address Poor patients ito get tile medicine free Prepared bY Rev Pieria Koaato II Pert Wayne lsd dal 1876 sad now by tM I KOENIG MED CO Chicago HL 62 W Lab Street aamDrbaa leU yetSLarge AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY liutely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic History of America Ily James A Kooney July 5 1874 Sisters of Notre Dame expelled from convent at Coesfcld Germany during the Kultur kampf arrived in New York on way to Cleveland at Invitation of ninhop Gilmour where thoj opened tbclr first school at St Peters church of which Fnthei Wlstorholdt was pastor July G 1851 Jesuit Church of St Francis Xavier Sixteenth street New York which had been erect ed under direction of the Ilov Father John Ryan S J dedicated by Archbishop Hughes July 7 1800 Cornerstone of the Baltimore Cathedral laid by Bishop Carroll with the Rev Francis Beeston AS first rector edifice completed under his suc censor the Rev Enoch Fenwick In 1821 dedicated May 31 con Hccrntod May 25187G Jill jg ISGSr dDentU of the Most Ilev Francis Patrick Konrlck sixth Archbishop of Baltimore consecrated by Bishop Flaget as coadjutor to Bishop Conwell of Philadelphia June G 1830 trans erred to diocese of Baltltmoro In August 1851 during his episco pate came schism yellow fever Knownothtnglsm and civil war July 9 1840 Ground broken for Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace Honolulu dedicated August 1C 1843 when 800 received holy communion July 11 17C4 Death of Father Theodore Schneider distinguished Jesuit missionary and physician who ministered to the early Cath olics of Now JerseyCoPY righted TWIN CITY IKAOUK Dothtof the leaders In the Catholic Baseball League were returned as winners In Sundays games the Champions defeating the Bruins In a oneBided gamd whilo the Olympics had easy picking with the K of C team Manager Caffrey not being able to get the latter team out of the maiden cltuifl Amidst strenuous rooting Manager Dpi HcnnesByn Trinity team triumphed over George Thorntons Mnckln aggregation by a score of 1C to 13 this being the slowest game of the season lasting nearly three hours The fast coming Imperials won over tho Shamrocks In n 6 to 2 game although Ray iaragan struck out twelve men and only allowed six hits the Shamrock support being charged with eleven errors About 5000 people wore present at the games which Is remarkable when It Ifl considered that only a small percentage can bo seated near the diamonds The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows Bruins vs MAckin Trinity VB Champions Imperials vs Olympics K of C vs Shamrocks The stand Ing to date Club Won Lost Pet Olympics f 9 1 800 Champions 9 1 900 Bruins 64 600 Trinity S 5 500 Shamrocks 4 6 400 Imperials 4 6 400 Mackin 2 S 200 Knlghts Columbus 1 9 IOQ itlVEilVIEW Cal Simons has secured Madame Schilling a Louisville favorite for Rlvorviow Park where she will make her appearance today singing a num fer of patriotic songs For next week visitors at the park are promised an appropriate programme The management of Rlvervlow Is making a special effort this year to cater to the entertainment of women and children Allot the park con veniences are offered free to the patrons during the afternoon and picnickers with their baskets will be given special attention For today n floral display has been arranged that will require 4000 potted plans OUT POOR PAY The majority of women workers la Great Britain ears logs tha3I per week IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Event Culled From Exchanges The Volunteer movement Is In full blast in Queens county The golden Jubileo of Mother Mary Joseph Power was celebrated at the Presentation Convent Youg hat The Most Rev Dr Cohalan was solemnly consecrated Assistant Bishop of Cork In tho College chapel Maynooth The remains of the late Very Rev Father Slattery 0 S F were laid to rest in one of the vaults of the Abbey church Clonraell There are strong companies of the Irish volunteers under regular instructions in Down Saul Balla Kllliof and Strangford John E Nesbitt formerly master of Castlederg Workhouse Tyrone was knocked down by a motor In Derry City and succumbed to his In juries Tho results of the Fermanagh County Council elections leave the council tho same complexion as tin old one The Unionists are In a minority of one His former parishioners at Del claire waited at Currendulla on the Rev W S Faulklnor and pre Rented him with an address and purse of sovereigns Messrs William Irwin and Ter ence Kelly have been returned as members for the Drumkeerln elec toral division of the Manorhamllton Rural District Council Catherine Curtin aged eighty who lived In a cottage at Uiiner Cas tle near Clonmol Was found lend In her bed The Coroner did not deem an inquest necessary Col M Moore inspected tho City of Limerick Corps of the National volunteers at the Markets enclosure They mustered 800 strong and pre sented aver smart appearance At the newly elected Abboylelx hoard of Guardians Tames McMahon was elected Chairman John OCon nell was elected Chairman of the Mountmellick Board of Guardians In Wicklow heavy frosts have killed the buds of hundreds of ash trees blrchlloaves are curling and burned Potatoes cabbage and turnips have also been badly damaged Very Rev Canon Smyth has been congratulated tilt Ballybay Old Ago Pensions Committee on his pro motion to Clones At tho same time regret was expressed at ids transfer from Ballybay At a meeting of the Committee of Managomen of the Kilkenny County Infirmary the nursing Sisters of St Camlllus Convent ware unanimously appointed to take up tho manage ment of the institution The VcBoy estate comprising 1600 acres situated in tho town lands of Ballyhankeen Curragha dooey and Scsfln Balllndlno dis trict has been sold to the Congested Districts Board There are seventy tenants on the property The Most Rev Dr OCallaghan has appointed the Very Rev J Canon Fleming of St Flnbarrs West Archdeacon of the diocese and the Rev T Barrett of Passage and the Rev P OLeary St Fin barrs West to be canons Tho trial of Patrick Ryan and Patrick Hegarty from tine County Clare on a charge of laving mur dered John Klldca a laborer In No vember last ended In a disagree ment of the Jury The case was tried by Justice odd and a jury of tho County of Dublin The diocese of Down and Connor lens lost a very saintly and esteemed priest by tho death of Rev P Magoo of Kllcoo Ho was a native of Ballyargan Kilcllef parish where ho was born In February 1848 Or dained in 1873 Father Magee hold curacies at Newtownards Lower Mourne Llsburn and St Marys and St Peters Belfast MAnYKNOLTj Two significant events quietly celebrated were chronicled last week at the Catholic Foreign salon Seminary of America Mary knoll Osslnlng N Y Tho chapel of the seminary was dedicated In honor of St Paul apostle of the Gentiles ny the Right Roy Thomas F Cusack D D Auxiliary Bishop of New York and the Rev Daniel Leo McShane of Columbus Ind was or lamed deacon Tho Catholic Foreign Mission Seminary at Maryknoll Is a national institution organized by American priests and approved by tho Archbishops assembled In council at Washington In April 1911 It has a fine site of ninety three acres elevated about GOO feet with a commanding view of the Hud von river and In the short period of Its existence has made steady and gratifying progress In JJtptomhor 1913 the seminary opened at Scranton a preparatory school In which Bishop Hoban has been per sonally interested On the day of dedication His Eminence Cardinal Farley whose attachment to this young seminary has been made manifest in various ways sent by cable his congratulations and the apostolic blessing u7LL SAVJ1 WALL To drive a nail through a plaitar wall without Injury to the W Hdlp lIn hot water first This will prevent it from breaking away 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