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WE DO FIRST Give TM Next VOLUME XXXIIINO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 25 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS IJi VINCENTIANS Pay Special Homage to Great Founder of Their Grand Society Thronged St Johns Church at Annual Festivnl Sunday Morning I General Meeting Addressed hy Rev Fathers Dcppcn and Donahue MEMBER FOR FIFTY LONG YEARS Last Sunday the Vlncentlans of Louisville paid marked honor to the founder of their society tho great St Vincent do Paul recognized the world over as the savior of the poor Early In the morning men from all parts of the city thronged St Johns church at Clay and Walnut where they attended the anniversary high mass celebrated by the Rev Father Schuhmann D D who also preached a short but forceful ser mon In which he welcomed the Vln continue to his church and com mended them for their noble work which was among the poor and without regard to race creed or I color The choir rendered a special I musical programme that was much appreciated and between 400 and 500 men received holy communion Upon all sides were heard expres sions of appreciation of the arrange ments and reception accorded the large number present by the officers and members of St Johns confer enceThe annual meeting was held in the Knights of Columbus auditorium at 3 oclock in the afternoon when another large gathering was assem bled President John A Doyle oc cupied tho chair and Rev Father Donahue of the Cathedral offered the opening prayer Secretary Bohan recorded the conference re ports which showed that during the quarter ending June 30 over a hundred families had been visited and assistance rendered nearly 500 persons This did not include all the works of the society and it was somewhat disappointing that several Secretaries had not their reports present The total distributed in t 4butthatwork performed Chairman Mapother reported the work telng done at the School of Kefcrai where the boys are being mndn bttter and will want coopera tion when they go out into the world Representative Mueller was called upon and told of the good results achieved from St Elisabeths library Thomas Hynes said tho Jail was visited regularly and the in mates counseled and encouraged to lead betier lives At the City Hoa pital the Alms House the Work- House and the sanitariums regular visits were made religious books and articles and magazines and clothing being distributed among the unfortunatesWhen upon Vice President Edward J OBrien spoke of the two new conferences Just aggregated Tho I society he said has done and s dojng great work which with the Increased membership will grow Ho expressed the opinion that a debt of gratitude was owed Father Srtmh mann and St Johns Conference for the cordial reception of the morn IngWhen President Doyle Introduced Father Deppen as a Vlncentlan they all knew he was given an ovation The reverend speaker began an elo quent and feeling address by dat- Ing that he felt very much at home with the Vincentians and to be with them was like enjoying a rest and vacation Father Deppen was edified with the attendance and the spirit exhibited and also glad that the Vincentians were steadily becoming stronger Saying that he was near Ing his golden jubilee as a member he spoke at some length on Rome Paris and St Vincent de Paul and I his visit to his tomb in Paris St Vincent de Paul was the apostle of the seventeenth century and his charity and example have conferred a wondrous grace over the entire world In concluding Father Deppen declared that when the sun of life is setting the Vlncentlan will realize that for him is the hundredfold reward at the hour of death The happy incident of the meeting was the announcement by Father I Donahue that in their midst was a I true and genuine follower of St Vincent de Paul who Just fifty years ago became a member of the society Father Donahue paid a high tribute to the life and works of Thomas F Hill with the ex pressed hope that he be long spared to meet with them Mr Hill is the oldest Vlncentlan In Kentucky and when the members present had re covered from their pleasant surprise they surrounded him to extend con gratulatlons With a few further Words of advice and encouragement from Father Donahue the great meeting was closed with prayer CARDINAL GIBBONS I Beloved by thousands without regard to creed at all and highly re spected by thousands more who recognize his sterling honesty andII generous sympathies Ilse Bmlaeneet Cardinal Gibbons on Thursday Cole t TiraUMl his eightieth birthday recelv far ooigratulttory cablegrams tele gruins and letters from all over this world Cardinal Gibbon Is an KENTUCKY IRISHI AMERICAN American of Americans a rare com bination of gentleness and strength one who has kept himself well in j formed upon national and Interna tlonal issues and has given his opinion frankly and fearlessly where ho believed that advice would be of value Our hope and prayer is that his age may rest lightly and that God may grant him many more birthdays on earth REV T L CROWLEY O P New Prior of St Louis Bertrands Church OLIFF HAVEN i These closing days of the month of July find the Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven fairly quiver ing with buoyant activity Everybody is busy at enjoying himself and In making the time pass pleas antly for others Not an Idle mo ment Intervenes between the dawn before sunrise and the somber still ness that precedes the witching hour The days are spent in out door recreations of various kinds while the nights are given over to socials and cottage receptions The number of outdoor devotees here is legion By far the vast majority of the guests take part in athletic contests of one kind or another and those few who are not able to par ticipate in the more strenuous pur suits always turn out to witness the contests on the diamond the tennis courts and the golf links to lend their encouragement to their more active neighbors On Sunday the Summer School entered upon the fourth week of its present session The attendance on that day was normal comparing favorably with the attendance of the past two years The usual Sunday pro gramme Was observed in its entirety Ovor thirty masses wore celebrated at the nine altars in the little Chapel ofOurLadyof the Lake between I the hours of 630 and 1030 The mass at 1030 was a high mass I sung by the Rev A N Dougherty of I Boston Mass At it a strong and powerful sermon against Socialism and Socialistic tendencies was I preached by the Rev Herman J t Maeckel S J the morning lec turer of the past week LEAVING FOR IRELAND Dr and Mrs Cuthbert Thompson leave Monday for New York from where they will sail for a two months visit to Ireland as the guests of Dr Thompsons brother John G Thompson of Londonderry Dr and Mrs Thompson will tour the Emerald Isle and expect to re turn the first of October IFOR ST ANNS DAY Tomorrow being her feast day the Rev Father John T Jim and tho people of his parish will pay special honor to St Ann the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary and tho patron of their church The first mass at St Anns church Seventh and Davis will be at 6 oclock tomorrow morning and the second a high mass at 830 At the evening de votions at 730 oclock the Rev Father RaTio pastor of St Charles church will deliver the erraon The blessing with the relic of St Ann will be given immediately after the high mass and also after tho benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment in the evening All those who are devoted to the good St Ann the holy mother of the Blessed Virgin are invited to these exer cises The Sixth street cars run to the church TEDDY TO SPEAK Col Theodore Roosevelt has been invited to be the principal speaker at the Chicago Irish Counties Social Union demonstration to be held on Sunday August 9 Other orators invited to address the gathering are Gov Dunne Senator Lewis County Judge John E Owens Barret E I Keane of New York who will speak JobnIOMalley Coghlan on Situation County Judge John E Owens on The Truth and Roger C Sullivan on What Unity Means PICNIC A SUCCESS The annual reunion and picnic given under the auspices of the County Board A O H at Phoenix Hill Park last Tuesday was a splendid success in every way an un usually large crowd being present Characteristic with the usual run of Hibernian affairs it was one big family gathering everyone knowing everyone else and all having a good time K OF O PICNIC The annual picnic of the localt council Knights Of Columbus willt I ThursdayipI the morning at 9 oclock and 10f oolooki The attendance at this tptcSalc ii confined to members and their famlHei 0- e i HOME RULE I Small Hope For Agreement nnd 1 Conference May Come toJI Naught I I Redmond Declines to Go Beyond 11 the Concessions Asquitli Made Interest in Crisis Overshadows Everything Else in British Isle CONFLICTING RUMORS HEARD Thursdays London dispatches say that at the close ot a Cabinet coun cil late Wednesday night it became known that there Is only the smallest prospect ofthenomo rule conrer enco arriving at an agreement and Its termination after it reassembles tomorrow is regarded as certain Sir Edward Carson it is understood stands out for the complete ex clusion of six counties in Ulster from the operation of the home rule bill including Fermanagh and Tyrone while John Hedmohd de clines as firmly to go beyond the concessions Premier Asquith already has made in permitting county referendums and unless some wayI out of the difficulty Is discovered at the eleventh hour It is believed Premier Asquith will be obliged to announce the failure of the confer ence All kinds of rumors are current one that Winston Spencer Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty repre seating the minority in the Cabinet IiUlsterIi ference and that a speedy election has become generalII Premier Asquiths assurance to Parliament in which he assumed I full responsibility for the Kings speech and declared no constitu tlonal precedent had been con travened allayed much of the angry feeling among the Liberals or atIleast transferred it from the King to the Premier himself Premier Asquith on being ques tioned as to the calling of the conference said with emphasis that all attending the conference did so unconditionallyHo ++ decllnedta discuss why it Was being held in Buckingham Palace instead of the House of Commons When asked whether there would be an opportunity for discussion of the subject reItortedActive negotiations are proceeding outside Buckingham Palace between the party leaders Premier Asquith had an interview with Lord Lans downe and Andrew Bonar Law the opposition leaders between two separate sittings of the Cabinet which it is presumed Is engaged in preparing proposals for submission to the adjourned meeting of the conferenceJohn I the Nationalist leader received tonight resolutions adopted at a conference at Omagh otIi I fromNationalist delegates counties of Derry Tyrone and Fer connIdencedaring that at the risk of their lives Ulster Nationalists would never to from the the Irish nationII shadowed everything else in the representaItlvesI UnionIIstsI I to continue their conference with a view to a pacific settlement of theII Ulster problem they found an enorII mous crowd assembled in the great open space before the gates of the iI palace Thee various statesmen as they passed in were respectfully greeted by their sympathizers Having disposed of the preliminaries ot the conference at Tuesdays for mal meeting when King George ad dressed tho assembled statesmen the conferees arrived Wednesday prepared to tackle the crux of the I problemthe area of Ulster to be excluded from the operation ot the Irish home rule bill and the means of carrying out this exclusion Some clearing of the ground had also been effected during the informal conferences Openly of course the two sides declare that they can not withdraw from their present positions but it is understood that Premier Asquith is likely to submit to the conference a proposal toall- ow the Protestant counties ot Ulster to vote together on the question of exclusion from the Home Rule Par liament and that he may also go so far as to change tho time limit of six years embodied in the attending billSir Edward Carson the Ulster Unionist leader will make a fight to have the County of Tyrone Included In this agreement and this propoal tlpn will it is thought provoke a conflict which will decide the fate of the conference The conferees were again In session for an hour and a half Wednesday and then ad journed until Thursday At Wednesdays meeting the claims of the two opposing Irish parties led by John E Redmond and Sir Ed ward Carson on the crucial question of the area to be excluded from the operation of the home rule bill were presented to the conferees AS neither the Nationalist noriJI- l Ulster Unionist leader poUmm plenipotentiary power however i r Y COMING EVENTS Monday August 3Plcntc and fish fry by the Passion 1st Fathers at Phoenix Hill Park for St Agnes church August 9and 6St Columbas lawn fete and supper afternoon and night on church lawn Thirtyfifth and Market August 11 and 12Lawn festival and contest for St Anns church on church grounds Seventh and Davie August 17 and 18 Hol3 Cross 4 lawn fete and chicken supper on church grounds Thirtysecond and BroadwayAugust 19Annual festival of Young Mens Social Club Schnelters ParkAugust 20 Knights of Columbus annual outing at Fern Grove Thursday August 27 Aanual re union and picnic of St Leos congre gation on grounds adjoining church Highland Park eeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeseeeeethese the consideration of their respective party caucuses at each stage so that the progress of the conference neces sarlly must be deliberate John Redmond and John Dillon as they left Buckingham Palace and passed along the sidewalk In front of Wellington barracks received a great reception from the men of the battalion of Irish guards sta tioned there The soldiers crowded to the windows of the barrack rooms cheering wildly and waving their caps The Liberal newspapers In the provinces continue to criticize King Georges speech which most of them will not believe the Cabinet was responsible for They appear to be particularly Irritated at the phrase the cry of civil war Is on the lips of the most responsible and sober minded of my people which they say might have been taken from the speeches of the Ulster leaders BIRTHDAY SURPRISE pne of the happiest social events of the past week was the birthday surprise and reception Sunday even Ing at the home of Mrs Mary Clines 1037 South Sixth street in honor of Mrs Nellie Noonan the wife of James Noonan 1319 Bellwood ave nue Thdrhpuse was thronged with friends and well wishers of Aunt Nellie who showered her with congratulations and then led the way to the bounteously laden tables where a delightful birthday dinner was enjoyed Among those pr sentIwere Misses Mayme Noonan Anne Clines Hattie Higgins Mary E Clines Messrs Charles John and William Clines John M Clines and Messrs arid Mesdames Thomas Coen J Clarence Mayes Thomas D Clines Ar and William M Higgins 7x I MEET NEW PRIOR TThe individual members of the Knights of Columbus living in St Louis Bertrands parish held tJl Informal reception for Very Rev Father Crowley the new prior in the Knights of Columbus club house on Thursday evening ANNUAL FESTIVAL The Young Mens Social Club which is composed principally of members of the Twin City Baseball League will give their annualJ festival Wednesday evening August 19 at Schneiters Park Taylor and Berry boulevards Dancing will be one of the special features LARGE BIRTHDAY PARTY On Thursday evening Miss Flor ence Rlhn entertained a number other friends in honor of her birthday at her home 1910 Rowan street The following attended Misses Brldgle Cleary Margaret Tierney Elizabeth Dannenbold Anna May Mayer Julia Howley May Belle Lewis Elenora Stratton Margaret Grimes Lucille Burgmeyer Lillian Callahan ElIza- beth Callahan Anna B Rlhn Flor ence Jlihn Messrs William Murphy James Mahoney Clarence Sears Earl Quinn James McGrath John Musty Roger Cline John Murphy Thomas Barry Joseph Murphy William Hlhn Charlie Rlhn William Jackell and Mesdames J Rlhn J Noonan J Murphy J Meyers and William Rlhn TWIN CITY LEAGUE Manager Emmet Hanrahan and his Shamrock team pulled of the cur prise of the season In the Catholic Baseball League last Sunday when they easily defeated the Champions in a 5 to 2 game Ray Haragan of the Shamrocks striking out four teen of the leaders while his team mates knocked out Bohn of the Champions and also batted Brown field freely the latter having been called In on an S 0 S sign The Olympics again tied the Champions for first place by walloping Dan Henpessys Trinity aggregation while the improved Bruins beat the fast coming Imperials knocking E Harrigan out of the box while Sullivan for the winners twirled a beautiful game Mackln Councils team secured revenge for their past couple of defeats by hammering the ball all over the park against th- eKof C team Manager Georget Thornton coaching from the bench for the winners The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows Bruins vs Olympics Trinity vs Shamrocks Champions vsK of C and Mackin VB Imperials The complete pro gramme for the annual field meet at Eclipse Park on Sunday August 2 will be announced next week TheI standing to date Club Won Lost P- etCblmponsll 2 846 Olympics 11 2 846 Brains 9 4 662- Sh mrooVi 7 6 538 Trl ltv 5 ft 385 laip4trlli 5 8 3IIT- Ma klnuv 3 10237ClcbefClm 1 12175y fL POLITICAL Pot Will Be Kept Boiling All During Whole of Next Week Cincinnati Enquirer Poll Shows the Weakness Beckham Hopes Louisville Democracy Can NotI Be Coerced or Coaxed For Beckham FRANK MGRATH AIDS MCREARY With the primary only one week off the political pot Is beginning td boll and some warm times from a Democratic standpoint are expected before next Saturday the Senatorial race being the chief topic of con versation on all sides and from what was expected to be a quiet uninter esting primary at first has grown Into a pretty threecornered fight this past week witnessing some real campaigning while the race for the Senatorial short term between Sen ator Camden and Gen Bennett Young has also become real inter esting A new light was thrown on the race for the long term by the fig ures compiled by the Cincinnati Enquirers Kentucky correspondent who gathered estimates on the ratio from disinterested sources and to date has shown that in 100 counties the race was pretty close between Beckham and Stanley but that the Beckham managers were holding their country followers in line by the statement that the big vote Beckham would receive in Louisville and Jefferson county would swing the balance In his favor Judging from the above and if the Beckham hopes are rounded on no more substantial support than the foregoing the exGovernors cause Is in bad shape as there Is and can not be the slightest doubt in the mind of any student of the political situation that Beckham will not re ceive 4000 votes in the whole of Jefferson county this statement be- Ing made In these columns from the outset and with due respect to the political leaders and men some not being leaders selected to represent the BeckhamHoly duo here There tlOARthef stating emphatically that they are against Beckham no matter who his local backers may be and the hint thrown out that the administration would support the exGovernor is dlsproven by the fact that in the police and fire departments 90 per cent of the Captains announce themselves against his candidacy There is also quite a little feeling against some of the announced Beckham promoters here and some of the present officeholders will have a little trouble later on in ex plaining why they espoused the cause of Beckham and Haly who have never made any attempt to conceal their contempt for the Louisville Democracy There were several contributions to the Beckham campaign fund published this week by those who have nothing in com mon with Louisville Democrats among them being Col Callahan who contributed 500 and whom it was rumored contributed both to Axtons election and proposed con test funds The latest attempt of some of the Beckham supporters to muddy the waters by claiming that the Stanley supporters and liquor interests will attempt to steal the election is simply a cry of stop thief their asser tion not being borne out by facts but on the other hand some of tho Beckham crowd should bear in mind that the Federal laws govern the primary as well as the election and any attempt to defeat the will of the voter will be watched and there will be no holding back of the re turns from the mountain counties as was done several years ago In the BeckhamMcCreary race McICrearysgiven Wednesday evening by the meeting of some of the Governors supporters at the Seelbach Hotel tho meeting being presided over by Frank iMcGrath Chairman of tho local committee and among those present were exMayor Charles P Weaver Representative Williaml Kuh Senator Sam Robertson Repre sentative Mazyck OBrien Magistrate P T Sullivan James McGrath Councilmen E J Parker and M J McDermott Representative John Drescher Col Charles B Norton Col William Thalheimer Thomas Tarpy and W P McDonogh There Is no doubt but that the personality of Frank McGrath will aid greatly in strengthening the Governors race here no other one man or set of men having as large a number of followers who are loyal to his every interest and who will follow his lead unswervingly In any political contest and coming from all walks ot life they are a power to be reckoned withThe local managers of Gen Ben nett Youngs candidacy for the short Senatorial term report that they are more than pleased with the Generals campaign out in the State and predict big majorities from Muhlenberg BrecktnrldgeGravesjCaUow y Mc Cracken Hickman Henderson Da vim Webster Marshall Shelby Anderson Mercer Madison Henry Trimble Carroll Oldham Galjatln I UlLeel Llncolti Grayson Bullltt and Nelson counties Logan Rock Jamey Scanlonand Billy o i c T H Semonin are handling Jefferson county in Gen Youngs interest The campaign managers of Sen ator Johnson Camden announce that they are satisfied with the result of their campaign thus far and say the fact that the Senator has remained at his post of duty in Washington has been one ot their biggest cam paign assets In the race for the short term James OConnor the local Courb Receiver is one of the chief promoters of Senator Camdens Jef ferson county campaign and he claims a big majority for his man In this district HOLY NAME RALLY The annual rally of the Holy Name Societies of the diocese of Covington will be held on September 4 27 at St Anthonys church in Bellevuo The openair exercises will be held in Spinks Park on Fairfield avenue All societies of the diocese of Covington and all Catholic organizations in Covington Newport Bellevue and vicinity in cluding the Knights of St John will participate in tho big parade which will precede the exercises It Is expected that over 15000 men will be in the line of march Former Mayor Joe Cassidy Is Chairman of the local committee and is making arrangements for the programme Judge Ed J Kennedy ot West Cov Ington President of tho Holy Name Society will deliver an address The speaker of the day will be Rev Ignatz M Ahmann rector of St Aloysius church Covington The choir of St Stephens church New port under the direction of Prof Rudolph Schiffer will furnish tho musical programme Edward Bur ham of Bellevue has been selected Grand Marshal of the parade and will appoint his assistants later PEWEE VALLEY The diamond ring disposed of at the picnic held Wednesday July 15 for the benefit of St Aloysius church Pewee Valley was awarded to Miss Isabel D Keller of St Matthews The clock was awarded to Miss Flora Rieder Pewee Val ley and the music box to William Specht Frankfort avenue this city Father Boes and his people are much gratified over the results of the picnic which proved a very en joyable affair v FORTY HOURS In this city the Forty Hours Adoration will beghiat the high mass tomorrow morning In Holy Cross church Thirtysecond and Broadway continuing until Tuesday Father Celestlne Brey the pastor expects that these beautifully Im pressive services will be largely at tended Ho will be assisted byI visiting clergy who will preach able jsermons H fNI jj iL i BISHOP HANNA The Right Rev Edward Hanna Auxiliary Bishop rf San Francisco who Is now in the East and has been visiting his old home in Rochester was fiftythree years old Tuesday Bishop Hanna was a great favorite when a priest in Western New York nnd his reception at St Bernards Seminary was Indeed a happy one Ho is on his way to make his ad llmlna visit to Rome UOMJlJA JtaJWAU A happy event in Carrollton last Sunday was the golden wedding an niversary celebration of John Lang and his estimable wife A special mass was celebrated in their honor by the Rev Father Clement Bock lago at St Johns church attended by their living children Mrs Mary Nash Mrs Barbara Dunn and John Lang Jr and eleven grandchil dren At their home the worthy cduple received their friends who called in large numbers to tender congratulations ST PATRICKS The ladles of St Patricks con gregation will entertain next Friday evening with a euchre and lotto party on the school grounds at Thirteenth and Market to which they Invite all their friends and the public They propose giving a series of semimonthly entertainments and give assurance that all who attend will enjoy themselves The games Friday night will be called at 8 oclock RELATED TO PRIEST It Is not generally known by the average Catholic follower of baseball that Joe Cantlllon owner and manager of the Minneapolis team Is a relation of the late Rev Father De Cantlllon the Dominican missionary who was stationed at St Louis Bertrands church for many years ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY The Ladles Sewing Society of St Anthonys Hospital will give their annual garden party and lawn fes tival on the beautiful lawn of Mr and Mrs M Poschlnger Sycamore and Vernon avenues on Wednesday afternoon and evening August 12 There will be games and amusements of all kinds in addition to a splendid musical programme ST HELENS PIONIO DAY Next Wednesday Is the day selected for the annual picnic by St Helens congregation on the Eigh teenth street road at Shivery These affairs grow more enjoyable each year asa really excellent supper is served The lawn around the school house where the outing Is h ldlsalways well lighted with electricity RerJohnarrangements to have electric fans I In the dining room No admission I to the rounds will be charged and the Orell oars pftie the door I WE DO- PRINTING fiRST CUSS WORK Give Tills Office Your Next Order JUBILEE And TwentyFifth Anniversary of Ordination of Father- Schtihuinnn Will Be Celebrated With Splen dor and Solemnity on- t A t Tuesday Congregation Will Give Kccc tion and Concert in Ills Honor EIGHTY PRIESTS WILL ATTEND Rev G W Schuhmann rector of St Johns church will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood next Tuesday July 28 On Monday morn- Ing the 27th Father Schuhmann will celebrate high mass for the children of the parish at 83C oclock after which they will come together on the school promises Monday night the congregation will give in honor of the event a recep lion with concert and addresses at a oclock in St Johns Hall when th following programme will be renj dered Opening remarks by Cjj Tla 1 w 01ovelylNight clkoriis J J Driscoll representing mar ried men Part I Allegretto Symphony No 11 HaydnMrs H Metcalfe representing married ladles- ftEstudlantlna i chorus 1 Miss Irene Schmitt representing young ladles Annie Laurie double quartet Part II Finale Symphony No 11 FTostn Haydn John M Hennessy representing young men I Old Folks at Home chorus IRev Father Schuhmann jubillhl Ian ITuesday morning at 10 oclocfl the Jublllarlan will celebrate solen high mass in the presence of tl Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue TLr deacons of honor assisting the Right Rev Bishop will be Very Rev J P Cronin V G and Rev P i I J Rock rector of the Cathedral Til deacon and subdeacon of the njaj will be Rev Dr O P AckermkrJ and Rev G A Weiss Rev Joh JHill will be master of ceremocl and Rev B H Westermann pas of St Marys will preach the senr on the occasion The nIght B Abbot of Gethsemanl together w1 eighty priests of the diocese h signified their intention of bet present at the celebration Afi mass dinner will be served for t clergy at the Tyler Hotel Rev G W Schuhmann was b- In this city his father being i President of the Louisville Anzel Company He attended the parocb school of St Marys church ut 1877 whereupon Fathers Bra and Helslng thenot St Man gave him private instruction in classical studies He continued that St Meinrads College and t Louisville High School from wh he graduated In 1883 He pure his studies In philosophy and tl ology at the University of Innsbru In Austria under Jesuit professo He was ordained in the unlvers church of Innsbruck on July 52 1889 by Bishop Alchner of Brlx In November 1890 he took doctors degrees at the same verslty Returning to this dio CS after a temporary charge at St Mary Magdalens he was appor itec assistant at the Cathedral when Jit remained until 1908 when he appointed irremovable rector ot Johns In succession to Rev Dar Since May 1910 he has I the Bishops chancellor CONDITION IMPROVED Mrs Mary Ford who was tee J brought to this city to undergl delicate surgical operation has 1 moved to the home of her par Mr and Mrs Thomas Moyna West Market street Jeffersonv her condltlonbelnggreatlyp- roved FATHER GAVIN LEAVES The Rev Stephen Gavin who was temporarily In cKi Bt Louie Bertrande chug h gone to Denver Colt lathe has been appointed to St T chuclJoDepf the largos Denver diocese tI t KE TUOKY CRISEX AlMERIOAN 1 l KENTUCKY IRISH flMEWGflN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY neW te the Social and Morel Tancenemeat fitt Irish Americana and Caftellci I Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hlberalani Young Mens Institute and CatboHc Knights of America i J KSNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Se BnUrod it tile L nllYlllt PoitoMlec ai SecondClua Mitt iMMuiNCMMHluttas to tIN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN J1J21 Welt theca LOUISVILLE KY 00 SATURDAY JULY 25 191 CONGRATULATIONS To the Rev George W Schuh bn D D the Kentucky Irish Serlcan tenders Its heartiest con atulatlons May he and his people e spared to celebrate the gold ubllee of his ordination to the holy priesthood CRITICAL STAGE REACHED The Irish home rule bill 11 reached Its most critical stage Th far the conferences between the party leaders have proved futile but nevertheless Redmond and his followers stand firm and hope for ultimate success Before this i reaches our readers the conference may be ended and Ireland will kn her fate Iti PREMATURE JThe anonymous writer who styled himself Fair Play In the Louis YUle Herald of Thursday Is o idently one of those gentlemen who goes off half cocked without the semblance of an Investigation In describing conditions at Central Park he speaks of a gang of young thugs from that section of Louisville known as Limerick and then again as a pack of curs while a little investigation would have develop the fact that the crowd he refers to hall from that section Just south of Seventh and Magnolia but this is 1 in lino with many other critics w attribute any crime to Limerick if occurs south of Broadway in the city limits The writer also reveals his disappointed Bull Moose tondo cies by attacking the local police department I WOMAN AND DRESS Nothing stamps a womans class more than her manner of dress She ay not realize It but her Indl vlduallly stands out clearly by he Isdes Any womanxwlio takes a dei light in exposlngher limbs either by wearing slit skirts or skirts is vulgar Any woman who allows her gown to be cut so low at the neck or so transparent that her bare bust is exposed has neither modesty nor regard for the fitness of things A too transparent bodice can suggest far more vulgarity than a bare shoulder and bust THEIR TRUE COLOR I The Mount Carmel Bulletin ed led and published by the Rev father John J Rongetti at Orange N J is attaining a wide circulation hrough its page of questions and answers by the priest One writer wanted to know why members o f the Industrial Workers of the World Were expelled from the Roma- Catholic edifices They were not deserving poor 11111rites the priest they were not onest unemployed men looking for ork they were not reverent wor Ipers seeking divine consolation jI hey were idle loafers anarchistic J ramps blasphemous scoffers look ng for a good thing The Catholic Burch takes care of its deserving oor Men and women through it nests and societies Charity how vcr does not mean trembling be rea band of lazy ruffians Among tho demands made upon exico by the A DO mediators was 10 following Restoration to the JJ- athollc church of alt confiscated operty payment for buildings festroyed protection for all priests till in Mexico nnd i permission forfthersto return In safety Whatever prm the new Mexican Government bay take President Wilson and Klcretary Bryan should insist upon fupl compliance with thIs Just de mind r Maurice Francis Egan now me on leave of absence from his 1stas Minister to Denmark ia Covering from the illness and oper= JTV he underwent In Washington later Egan hopes to be soon able return to Copenhagen He was as order member of the Catholic P Iveriity faculty and has lectured Harvard Trinity and all the ding college and universities of e country I ar cloud still hang over Mexico h internal and international tiles may MuK from the policy jjUntly the EYen ttPMfa cot e deluBlon that it speak torDI aeeraiie patty t I SOCIETYi AO uf3P9Q visitingen at Grassy Creek dadI I Albert D Gregg has been spend- Ing his vacation at Lyndon Miss Agnes Wellington left Mon 9day to spend two weeks in the Ea usMr and Mrs T J Horan ve among the late arrivals in New ork City Miss Mamie Delaney arid little brother Milton are visiting relntly in Lincoln county owPolice Capt Michael logan has just returned from a ten days stay at Mt Clemens Mich Miss Margaret Grogan has gone to Chicago and later will go to Mlchll gan to remain until fall vMisses Adelaide Wellington and Cleo Yates have returned from a visit to friends in Paducah Mrs Frank Clerget has gone to Day View Mich to spend sever weeks with Mrs John Malone Misses Lorene and Theo Kra returned home Saturday from St Marys of the Knobs in Indiana edDfrs Thomas Muldoon and son returned home this week after a two months visit to Wheeling W Va spech0t laitCity returnsud from a visit of several days to her mother Mrs P E Sullivan at Dan villa Mrs O T Rider has returne- from P a delightful visit with Mrs Harry B Carpenter Jr at Law renceburg Miss Theo Hamlng returned homer Saturday after spending a delight InobsInI tMr and Mrs John 0 Graves Te turned this week from Mammoth Cave where they had gone on a bridal trip Miss Margaret Conniff who was here to visit her sister Miss Nellie Conniff has returned to her home at Irvington Miss Blanche Mitchell and Helen McGrath and Virginia Babbitt have gone to Bay View Mich to spend a month Miss Helen Osborn of the Grandj boulevard was the weekend guest of Miss KatherIne Krauth at her home in Clifton Mr and Mrs Theodore Schultheis s and little son of Grainger Court left Sunday for a two weeks sojournJ Springsn I Mrs Patrick A Tracy of Jeffer sonvllle is at Wood River Ill to daughter Miss BessleEgan is again at home in New Albany after spending six weeks with relatives in Washington Linton and Terre Haute daughterMiss for1rtsmainder of the summer Registering frown Louisville lastt NewYorkMarcellOConnor DannenholdMissWillDattaenhold visittoMaryCorcorantodayfromattending the national convention Among the Louisville sojourners- at West leaden the past week were the Misses Maude and Ethel Carey and Magistrate Frank Dacher and Joseph Dacher daughter111jss Citywith j 10 for Europ J Mr and Mrs Matt McDonald andII children of Mobile have returned home after being here for two weeks I the guests of Mr and Mrs James Langan of South Seventh street Miss Mary Virginia Howard was I hostess at a watermelon dance Tuee 1 day night at her home in Maryland I court ia honor of her visitor Miss Mary Helen Peckiapaugh of Kvaaa villa t Miss Klorinne Kammarer was hostess at a 500 lunehwm given oat her home on Longest avenue in of Miss Helen Irene Host of t MissClaraLay J HlMei Lillian ISlframingcr An 1 b I Coxi Roee OConnor O rtraAe I IlI1on Blanche Shaw sad ROM J 0 f A 0 I Elsenmlhger left Sunday night for Petoskey to spend tvo weeks Be fore returning to Louisville they will spend a week at Atlantic City Clary May Wirth entertainedMondayMiss afternoon with a delight ful tea at her bom on Cherokee road in honor of her fair guest Miss Helen Irene Host of Indianapolis Miss Wirth was assisted In receiving by Misses Helen Tafel Laura and Freda Lang Agnes Brusselbach Dorothy Rufer Elvira Randlo Mar AnnSfMiss Margaret Higgins entertained with 500 and luncheon Saturday afternoon at her home in honor of Miss Mary H Pecklnpaugh of Evansville who was the guest of 4Dates Mary Virginia Howard Miss was assisted in receiving by her mother Mrs William M Hig i gins Those present were Misses Mary H Peckinpaugh of Evansville Helen Rost of Indianapolis Clara May Wirth Lucy Dugan Helen Clifford Elvira Randle Florlnne Kammerer Marguerite Hammond Mary Louise Gleeson Louise Goep per Elizabeth Campbell Mary Vir ginia Howard Marguerite Klein John Hattie Higgins RECENT DEATHS Funeral services over the remains stof Samuel Hartell were held Mon churchrof which he had long been a mem ber Mr Hartell was sixty years old and his death followed a long illness Coming to Louisville as a esboy his life was pent In this city Surviving him and his wife Mrs Fannie Hartell 203 Adams street and one son Walter Hartell Fronds and relatives were deeply grieved when they learned of the death of Edward Cradlck early Wednesday morning at his home 247 North Campbell street He was born in Louisville fiftythree years ago and had a wide circle of ac quatntances Some months ago he suffered injuries while employed by the city and from these ho never fully recovered He is survived by alhis wIdow Mrs Agnes Cradtck and four sons Patrolman Edward Cradick Jr traffic officer and GeorgeppFriday morning from St Josephs church and was largely attended ENJOYED BY THOUSANDS The picnic on Wednesday for St Josephs Orphanage was enjoyed by thousands among the number belpg isRight Ilev Bishop ODonaghue and Mayor John Buschemeyer Every body had a good time and at night there were at least 5000 people on the brilliantly illuminated grounds ST PETERS dNext Monday afternoon and oven young ladies of St Peters congregation Seventeenth and Gar land will give an ice cream festival on the school grounds where they hope to meet all their friends GOOD PERRY BILL For next week Manager Bllger announces another attractive vaudeville bill at the Fontaine Ferry Theater There will be five num bers presented by artists who take first rank in the amusement line Natlello and his band please the public with their free outdoor concerts while the swimming pool and other attractions maintain their hold on tho publics RIVERVIEW Every night Rlvervlew Park Js thronged with people who are de lighted with the songsters appearing there Undoubtedly this is the best year this popular resort has ever bad and Col Simons is leaving nothing undone to please his thousands of patrons Prof Harry Cook groatfavoriteslie while the dancing pavilion and Spotless Kitchen are enjoying a remarkable patronage BAILS FOR CHINA The Rev P Joseph Koesters 3 V D who has been in this coun try for some time in the interest of his mission in China and was the guest of the fathers of St Marys Mission House at Techny Ill sailed Thursday from Vancouver on the Empress of Japan for the Catholic Mission at Tslngtau China which will be his future address Father Koesters in a farewell message ex presses his love for this land and carries grateful memories that will abide with him always FEDERATION iROGRAMME Baltimore is making extensive preparations for the thirteenth na tional convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies which will convene September 27 to f 30 Arrangements are in direct charge of Cardinal Gibbons and the Very Rev William A Fletcher and on the various committees are the Presidents of the societies of tho archdiocese of Baltimore The tenta five programme discloses that the convention will open with Pontifical high mass on Sunday September 27 at which Cardinal Gibbons will preach Sunday evening there will be solemn services at the Cathedral followed by an address by Archbishop Ireland BMondayday afternoon Monday night there a will be a mass meeting and public reception at which Bishop Donahue of Wheeling and other churchmen and laymen will deliver addresses The Social Service Commission of the Aof of CvS will have sessions Monday afternoon and evening The continuedonwill be a monster street parade par ticipated in by all the Catholic societies of Baltimore On Tuesday evening a concert will be given in1 ne of the large halls of Baltimore The business sessions will close with the election ibf offleers and the sels tion of the next convention city All Illumination during the Star Spangled Banner centenniall over which the Board of Estimates have control will remain in position for the convention Ii DUTCHESSAnd TrousersAT CUT PRICES 250 Grades 350 Grades 500 Grades 148 248 348 Grades Grades 198 298 398 All kinds of materials and patterns allsizes for men and youths LLEVYSThird MarketJ LADIES LOW SHOES 195Monday morning we will continue to place on sale at all broken lots of High Grade Oxfords and Pumps PUMPS 300 Values Black Patent Gun Metal and Suedes With or SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY Tan Kid VOLZ MICHAEL Market uno Sellers of the Duchess Shoes Ladies N10 6NN INPNNW1 NINONONA NiINNNOO N- GERMANNow Occupying Ourii TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREETBETWEEN MAIN MARKET Pending erection of our new building at oNNNO Central Coal and Iron Co INCORPORATED PAUL JONES BUILDING COAL Render Jellico Smokeless Anthracite COME TO SEEDS IN OUR NEW QUARTERS A larger floor space a beautiful show room will enable us to serve you quicker and better than heretofore Remember our new number 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREE- BET MAIN AND MARKET ROGERS CHURCH GOODS C- OMONUMENTS We have just received five carloads of Monuments ranging n price from to which we can give at bargain efore purchasing please glveju call at our warerooms 318320 West Qreen St Mow Muldoon MonumMt CO SOUGHT PRAISE Why do you every tramp Who comes along They never do any work for you No1 said his wife butUlsquite a satisfaction to me to see a man eatss meal without finding fault with theh cooking WOACBN IV PORCH 8T tndustriwi inhiiladelpiia employ onrnOOloT a x wen of lags Grades 400 600 350 250 195 Leather Without Straps 20000 300 OXFORDS Values up to IISO In Black GanI Metal Vlcl Kid andI Patent English Shapes or High Toes 336 West if st for We Are i AND Fifth and Market i 207 and 7500 and a feed n Tear FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood Vaudeville t AND Free Concerts by Natiellos Band SwimTming Pool opens today Reserved seats on sale at T P Taylor Drug Co No3 Fourth near Wa- lnutRIVERVIEW LNrinillts Great Amustmint Park OPEN FOR THE SEASON AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musicals GuzzardisOrcheltra High Class Vaudeville Singers ofthechildrenaccompanied 75c to Cincinnati 100 For the Round Trip ON STEAMERS CitynflouisvilleCity Every Saturday at 5P M 50c Mist the Boat Trip Every SunNyatSAcjW 50 CENTS ROUND TRIP CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO IThese are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile ChildrenUnder only the standard productions historic dramatic ahd comic w HERMAN STRAUS c SONS g rOURTH AVENUE INORPPRN MARKET STREET s a s r EMBROIDERY FOR t CONFIRMATION DRESSES andIbaby flouncings rlauen lace and batiste also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish English and floral designs All direct from St Gaul Switzerland and Germany Every lot fresh and new They include the following styles suitable for chil drens confirmatioj dresses waists and costumes Values From 100 to 198 Choice Per Yard H 59cSDainty Baby Flouncing handloom goods the finest made on the new sheer cloth hemstitched and scalloped edges 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 150 for 59c per yard Batiste and PInucn Lace Flouncinjr27 inches wide Worth 1 to 125 for 59c per yard patternsWorthshowydesignsWe Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates 11111111111111 UU S 1111111111 HII Iu1 ttHi MMIMKI FURNITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM F MAYER r Market Bet Fourth and Fifth j a Phone City 3238 UpStairs Store ltlIDSU1dlWER SPECIALSFeatherweight Materials for hot weather Coat and Pants to order 18 and 20 Palm Beach Suits 1250 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET OBMNO ttlMeNt110Bili Ni iNNH1- f6 FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South + wwa ewH ea a s r 1 I IVHOLESALEJ On That Vacation Trip YOU CAN NOT get along with out a Camera We can fit yourout with one from 2 upwards We will be glad to explain SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING uutawut oat Jettrerl LculirllU HAY FEVEISDoctors say take a trip We say Take LESE4JA and ROSELIA they Cost Little But They Cure Hay Fever N6Nt6B UWE WITHOUT JHI8 WMAnMC FOR SALE BYFIRSTJ y CLASS ALL LfDRUGGISTS Leselia Fever Remedies Co TNCORPORAT1dDtLOUIS ILUil SENTII KYtI r+ r 4 ITiSOSYYRTSH Alerrr = 1ZIGAIY I 1zoH+i I I 1010 ++ IIOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET t Funeral Directors and Embalmers 130THPIXONES Climb Main 20flaHomo City 2008 ++01 IU I I I I I I I I I S H I I I r I aI I II DOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971y i J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL 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Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna sium Terms Moderate Bro James Dir II BOSSE SONI FulltralDirettorsJndI Ci aJo P11DTa3R A T r 1- TISS3112J All the lateand new Styles and Shapes I caB be found here at reasonable prices Call and tee u- sQuick Meal Gas Ranges Are ExcelleBUUfst Excellent Specially adapted lobe economical sue of natural gas pIGEHER 2 SON her sec tl j SCORED J Georgia Protestant 1r Vilest Sheet lie HiVsiEvcr Rend 1 Writes Judge II W Rives ter Expressing Southern 11 Anti Christian Feeling Purveyor of Filth tallt Hatred rlh rla LEBANON ENTERPRISE APPROVE- Judge bb bel H W Rives of who Is widely known Kentucky has a cousin Andrew lives in Cuthbert Ga whom ho never seen but with whom he occasionallY corresponded family history and kindred subJe Like many others in parts of iouth where Intolerance is to be strong Mr Rives was to subscribe for the Menace Ished at Aurora Mo believing It be an antiCatholic paper but understanding that it was Christian and antiAmerican fomenter of hate and a ot filth In a recent letter to lives Mr Rives sitys After seeing three copies I enough and so to partly pay for mistake wrote the letter a copy vhlch I am enclosing as I think Is duo your folksI mean hurch organization that hould know how Intelligent of the Protestant faith feel uch things You are at liberty make any use of It you please The letter referred to was over to the Lebanon Enterprise udge Rives and appeared in its weeks issue with the tinging comment on the Menace ther like publications The which is published below should ho Enterprise believes does Ole feeling o every intelligent Izen The paper Is glad that it ruthfully state that there are few ory fowln this community Ignorant as to be led to uch a publication or to bo need by It in any way of the kind really do little eve among the densely Ignorant unthinking but they should arred from the United States Just as they are barred from rails in Canada Here follows Georgians letter Cuthbert Ga June 24 1914 The Menace Aurora Mo men Some weeks since I was by a friend to subscribe for my to your paper We have three copiesthe three Is religious garbage to last tho oftour days You can It and place the balance of the crlption in the hands of ounty House of Correction 1iAties to aid in reforming those led your ungospel of hate into sion of crimes against the peace good order of society No man loo high or too low for your venom from the President of the States to the humblest worshiper athollcism your hatred goes all men know that this tlon If anything is the very lelsls of Catholicism The jrlanlsm of Mr Wilson Mr shall and Mr Bryan are too known to admit of controversy this stalwart Presbyterianism theirs broadened by the learning religious tolerance produced John Knox Is like that of Knox deadliest foe to Catholic but it does not have to descend llllngsgato to express its views rake the sewers of hate for venom smirch Its enemies As Mr Wilson must need know no when selecting his advisers servantsas such no doubt selcted Mr Tumulty as Secretary looking not to his lous creed but to his probity capacity for service Just as Taft himself a Unitarian farthest in belief from In looking for n Chief Justice of Supreme Court took Justice of New Orleanslooking not at Southern birth nor his Catholic Moue belief but to his as a lawyer and his judicial le as an interpreter of that c for which your kind seem to such contempt Now dont mistake me I am E a Catholic nor a Catholic athizer Am descended on one I from the Friends on the other from the Primitive Baptists orI which has ever affiliated with both of which have suffered at guided churchmens hands re abuses In all valiant always has been and always will sobut the abuse of tho privileges by Ells sons did not God do away with the L priesthood neither will the abuse Ignorant fanatics like yourself the Protestant churches nor abuse by Ignorant priests mako shut off either agency which Is used to spread the gospel of Son of the Most High throughout mgth and breadth of the I Such efforts as you aro putting retard and hinder the coming of day but do not stop the coming tJe time when The kingdoms of world shall become the kingdoms our God and his Anointed Pardon me If j haVe cast pearls fore swine My business is not look for swine snouts on men speak my mind even though It do no good May God help you repent of your sin against Him In tempting to spread hatred tioie who while riot of the told yet belng to the sameSh herdof your treason against Government under which you holding up to contumely our agistrate and of your II that Is rood by claiming ethos jSB the rule ofyourcond ani hoping for the belt for lest iheetbar none It bad een mr misfortune to try wte Youi JelloweiUMDQ dilP1Uy i MONEYMAKIN OPPORTUNITY Stock That Will Pay a Div on Its Capital the First Year of Doing Business Invetment Safer and Mor Profitable Than Bank or R1R Stock Ve know of a stock that guarantee pay a dividend on its capital the year of doing business Is an opportunity well worth the of every man and woman hav UO or more to invest This is nol talisman to create a fortune ove nor is It a financial scheme des to end In air It is a sound bus proposition endorsed by banker business men stock offered for sale is In iIl organization founded upon the business principles The organ of the Company have been IIn for 60 years and are endorsed bankers and others as men of hon reliability and experience In thel those desiring further Informa In regard to this Company a book been published giving a history Its organization and showing the and profitable field It vill oc book tells of a line of business has and Is paying enormous dlvl It contains most complete facts figures relating to this particular and the astonishing dividend stockholders It shows how yoi become a stockholder and receive share iof the profits of this great The stock of old establishe in this line is worth three eight times par value and original are receiving from 16 to10i cent dividends Is the opportunity of a lifetime make a safe and profitable Invest and worth the attention and In of every conservative In the selling price of this stock be advanced 260 a share In ra short time and as loss than 200C are available at the present sell price those who wish to take ad of tills opportunity should at once for a copy of this book Livingston Button Dept 20C Box Philadelphia Pa Sutton requests that no ono wit simply through Idle curiosity He not care to waste his time in use correspondence SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer Recording Secretary r Walter Financial SecretaryJoaeph Far 11Tieasurcr Thomas Keenan Sr- SergeantatArmsTim Lyons DIVISION 2 First Thursday at St Will laps Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording T Treasurer sectetarYlJohn SergeantatArms J Cunning SentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Every Monday Night eighteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Financial Secretary Thomas J Treasurer Patrick Connell- ySergeantatArmsLThomas Far- R Sentinel M J McDermott Y Sail x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 cola Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken y Second Vice President Fred ihuler Recording Secretary John R- irry Financial Secretary Will Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Raymond E Schott Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentlnelLE Gratzer Executive Committee F G Ad tin George Simonis Frank Geller A Link Chas Schuler JBFPERSONTOWN Next Tuesday afternoon and even g the people of St Edwards urch at Jeffersoritown of which ie Rev Theo H Beverman Is pas r will give their picnic and mmerfest at Oecfiellne Orchard j the Taylbrsvllle road There ill be a fine country supper and- freshmelits of all kinds will be rved Amusements of every kind vo been arranged for so that both d and young can enjoy themselves vary ticket Is numbered and the elder of the lucky number will re ire a gold watch The Jefferson iwa cars will rim every half hour the picnic grounds where all are ire of a really enjoyable time MOLDERS PICNIC The Iron Molders Union Local o 16 will give their annual pie lo at CPoritalne Ferry Park on uesday lAugust 4 The following of Arrangements have ie affair in charge Louis Gross halrmari Tf J iMoDermott Wlfl im Beatty CharhSchneider A1 ert Fraas William BIgley John lyciM Michael KUback and Joe sph hafterebirgri LAZARISTS Wore Founders oft tho Congri gntlon of the lllesionln- America They jrniifht Hero in St Tlioinn s Seminary Under Bishop Fidget What Napoleon Unuonsciousl Did For the United States I BISHOP TIMON THEIR NOVIC By James A Rooney Napoleon unconsciously did some good things for the United States but nothing that bore more frul for the cause of religion and Chris i Uan education In this country than the suppression and expulsion of the Lazarlsts from Rome which event ually led to the founding of the I Congregation of the Mission Iin America following the arrival at Baltimore on July 27 181C or Fathers Felix Do Andrels Joseph Rosati and their companions the founders of the order in the United Statesjj When Bishop Dubourg was conse rated in Rome September 15 1815 is Apostolic Administrator of the diocese of Louisiana extending iron the Gulf to Canada he selected Father Do Andreis as head of a band of azarists to found a sem- Inary i in his distant mission The newly appointed Superior was then thirtyseven years old and had beer fourteen years a priest constantly ji engaged In giving missions and retreats preaching and lecturing tc the Propaganda students His assistant was Father Joseph I Rosatl who was only twentysh years old and had been ordained only three years before Naturally le selected his young and energetic I assistant and Father Aquaroni who volunteered So Father De Andrels i I was appointed Bishop Dubourgi Wear General and Father Rosati was nade Director of the seminarians and with four lay brothers one ol vhom was Brother Blanks and scholastics they set out and fourII many delays arrived In They were guests of Father irate at St Marys Seminary until he following September and on the bird day of that month they began heir wearisome Journey to the West reaching iLouIsvllle on No ember 19 They were welcomed by Bishop Flaget and remained at- St Thomas Seminary at Bardstown caching and perfecting their English until the arrival of Bishop Dubourg with another band ol thirty missionaries on December 27 L817 and they reached St Louis early In tho following year There1 the Congregation of the Mission began the noble work which has made the name of the jaZarlpts known loved and honored hrouhout this broad land After teaching two schools one for their own students and ono for secular besides preaching and doing all kinds of missionary work that cameo their hands In St Louis and Ste Genevieve there came a request rom a number of Catholic families residing at Tho Barrens In Perry ounty accompanied by an offer of 140 acres of land if the seminary could be transferred to that place So In October 1818 St Marys Sem- Inary at the Barrens began in poverty and privation the career that has borne fruit in thousands of priests for the American mission Among the earliest of the novices at the Barrens was John Imon afterward the first Bishop of Buffalo and during his many visits to Old Niagara founded in his dio cess In 1856 as the Seminary of Our Lady of Angels by the Rev John oseph Lynch C M afterward Archbishop of Toronto he was never happier than when reciting to the delighted students stories of the early days of the Lazarlsts at the Barrens and of how he pursued his studies in the old log seminary the precursor of the magnificent build- Ings of a later day So Napoleon the jailer of Plus VII was only as putty In the hands ofr Divine Providence when through his edict he gave to the church in our country the pioneers of the Con rogation of the Mission who under God largely helped to shape her destinies and train her priesthood Copyright PRIESTS AT SPRINGS Among the visitors seeking rest from their labors and registered this week at West Baden Springs were the Rev Fathers Oscar Ackermann nd George Weiss of Louisville n- A Cunningham of St Vincent J- AI Scanlan of Chicago and JamesI N Supple and Garret J Barry of Boston Mass ANNUAL REUNION Friends of Rev Father FitzgeraldI and St Leos church HighlandI Park are taking a lively Interest In the annual reunion and picnic oft that congregation which will be held on the grounds adjoining theI church on Thursday August 27 The pro eeds will be for the payment oft debts Incurred in the restoration oft tho church which all are Invited tome t and see The tickets which are only tencenta and Include elIghteen valuable awards are being said rapidly and Indicate that there will bea great gathering to assist Father Fitzgerald In his noble work POSTPONED The midsummer festival which was to have been given next week tor thebenetltof St Mary andI llzabeth Hospital has been post ned until ta11ls decision was rNohdb oauM of the many other ffalrt for uext week and the ex eedlngjy warm weather The JBx cutlr Committee MM decided Upo- nSeptemer3Q and October 1 and Y J FRANK FEHR BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers i LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INconPORATanyBroadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use OrcfH a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Nome 76717672 Cumb West 63 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIlE WIEDEMANN i i INCORPORATED 1 BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent ttati ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERSfClay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONe 209 LOUISVILLE KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEERtt SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY OLD v FORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS GUS CADEN GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE CREAMPHONES Factory 309311 S Second Street PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsIThis beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and Is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies ocd parties should consult the management of Phoenix tract13ARRYAssistant Manager HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ors in Finest Barnds of Ken tacky Whiskies Mpeclally NelsonII TibtlMM 1943 234 S SIXTH STREET M the lea1es when a fwrtlva and birder will be held in Ijledeiikrani Hell J BEDDING PLANTSr Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope i Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING 1 NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson THE 2 FAVORITES- of G LenisYllles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Ciga- rLITTLE A J vv- 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemade Unlomaad and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of saokers T W TARPY CO 1 MAKBJHB SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET EstaitltM 1897 fHem Pkm City 5181 DONT FORGET THE National Hat Cleaning Works CON J KOLB PROP WlieM you want yonr old hats Baaiie HeW Straw and Panama hais deaaeil RBd llleaoltetl 533 WEsT MARKETTn 0 t y T 1iI ia T 1 UCKY rerSa AMERICAN PRIMARY SATURDAY AUGUST 1 19- 14JOHNSON i NI CAMDEN f i V I I 3 r t II1 I T D J TTFO r4 1 UNITED STATES SENATOR SHORT TERM19141915 1914 PRIMARY AUGUST 1I 1914 E VOTE FORf A 0 STANLEY THE WORKINGMANSFRIEND I Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 113COMPOUND I i 30 Surety Coupons 70eouThis a delicious blend quality equal many higher priced coffees JOHN MULLOY BII Plloa t3a3 g1i1i11 MARKleJT A71 C B1 iEcai t 8i iB i I INTEREST DEPOSITS Habit Start a Savings Account next payday and save regularly for some definite purpose You will surprised how fast your account will grow You can start with 100 orI t more and add same when convenient t I GERMAN INSURANCE BANK s MARKET STREET BET SECOND AND THIRD Sixty Years on Guard State Government Supervision 111 III III It- f M LBANNO- Nt Pres r Mir tJ is In to M W be to see to 1111 tII11111111 1111 P BAHHON JR Vice Pies r Treat 1lllllltlllllllt iSi i- teL i P BANNON PIPE CO f Sewer and Celvert Pipe- Banaeas Pateat Lidded Pipe tee Steam Ceadaits i Wall Ceplarf Drain Tile Vitrlie TrickgFire Preeaag4 Flae Liaiag Fire BricK I TopsJ a OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON 1 t HOME PHONES OITYST9x 17S6 CUMB MAIN 5O7 44- WOKKS I3tfc sad beck aadMagnolia Ave ef9tk4 jOtJi JUUUIII r n t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Weekfleneral- News Notes Division 4 will meet next Monday evening State President Welsh and County President Connelly are expected home today The State convention will beheld at CovIngton on Monday and Tues day September 7 and 8 Many pleasant meetings between old friends took place at the Hiber nian picnic Tuesday night Hibernians everywhere are aiding the Irish volunteer movement Louisville will be in line Many nice bouquets are being handed out concerning the souvenir programme issued for the picnic The Hibernian Social Club of Division 3 realized over 200 on their recent moonlight excursion Delegates and alternates to th State convention will be chosen a all the division meetings next month Very Rev J J Carson of Rome N Y was one of the Empire StateI delegates to the national conven tionThe County Board will onset next Thursday evening at Division 3s hall and hear complete reports of the picnic This years annual reunion score another success and reflects much credit on the committee that had charge of the arrangements Interest will now center in the State convention to be held in Cov Ington Every Louisville division should send a full delegation Rev Father ORourke of Heppner and Miss Marie Chambers headed the strong Oregon delegation to the Norfolk convention Under the leadership of Rev Father M A Shine State President the order has made splendid progress In Nebraska during the past yepr The malls bringing our special reports of the proceedings of the na tional convention arrived too late tor this issue They will appear In full next Issue The Ladies Auxiliary announced a dance and reception to be held at Bennings Park on August 10 This will be one of the most delightful v affairs of the present season As a sendoff the Ladles Aux iliary of Manchester N H presented their State President Miss Mary Murphy with a handsome traveling bag on the eve of her departure for the national convention St Michaels parochial school in New Orleans presented an Interest- Ing scene when the Hibernian prizes the study of Irish history took place Rev Father Ryan the pastor in a splendid address congratulated the students and the Ladles Auxiliary BROTHER CELESTINE From the Catholic Sentinel we lean that Brother Celeetlne of the Notre Dame University is spending few quiet days in St Paul Ore Vat the parochial residence with Father ODonnell after an extended tour through the Southern States Before entering the religious life Brother Celeetlne was a resident of Loulftllle where everybody knew him tie James Caaaln 0 l55 555 No More Attack 5l 13ItortheKoenlcsNerveshe was treated by pkyalclans 4 years shtooke attacks disappeared and no more aymp thanbeforegood results that we hope God will bless the Tonic for the future benefit of others who may need It Mrs Rev H Dieter Mrs Ida Damon of West Upton Mass NewTonloabout a year but then she slept all right and feels better than for a long Ume Mrs M Wlnkler of Kentervlllo Idaho whlchadlncethenItFREEANorIVOU8of Fott Wayne Ind line 76 sad sow by the fltnear Iola 6forSdLuyIixS178t AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY timely Record of Some Memorable eI History iBy James A Rooney July 26 1887 Death of Bishop elect Right Rev James OReilly before he could be consecrated asI first Bishop of Wichita Kas which see was erected out of the diocese of LeavenworthII July 28 1837 Diocese of Nashville Tenn comprising the entire State established with the Right Rev Richard Plus Mlles as firs BIshop consecrated September 16 1838 found 300 Catholics in his diocese and left 25000 on his death February 21 1860 I July 29 1776 Fathers Silvestre Velez de Escalante and Atanazlo I Dominguez two Franciscans set- out from Santa iPe to explorej Colorado entered Utah and first I white anenat Salt Lake left i September 25 first white men to IIsanteI I j they charted the country they had explored 1 July 30 1879 Massachusetts Catholic I Order of Foresters founded t in Boston by members of the St Vincent do Paul Society t July 21 1853 Cathedral of St I John the Evangelist Milwaukee 1 built by the Right Rev John Martin Henni the first Bishop t 11afterwardI11 nedin I Apostolic I then visiting the United States I Copyrighted j ACCEPTS BETTER PQSITIONr t After twelve years of faithful service ewlththe Louisville C Nash I ule Railroad Company Joseph LcSohm Jr has resigned his position t with that company to accept a betII t Henrtdersani Sohm will be assistant to the chief 1 claim clerk in the general freight department J A k I J L DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION o 0 J S 5- iNfanTS OP COLDMBIISl Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where rKansas has fiftyeight councils I A new council numbering forty members has just been instituted ate Centralla WashI Over one hundred names have been enrolled for a new council at New Richmond WisI Denver Council initiated thirty one candidates this month two of the number being priests The three councils of Newark N J will unite In the erection of a new 150000 club building Omaha Knights will give the chil dren of St James Orphanage a picnic at Krug Park on July 29 The highest degree of Knight hood was conferred on ninetyfive when the fourth was exemplified at VIcksburg Miss The noted St Louis Choral Club will next month make a concert tour of the Northwestern cities traveling on a special train Supreme Master Reddln has named John T Donovan of Paducah as Fourth Degree Master for the Kentucky district- A movement has started to have all the Arkansas councils unite in the celebration of Columbus day October 12 at Little Rock The Knights of Chippewa Falls Wis have purchased East Spring street property and will erect one of the finest buildings in the city entcrtalnIment given by Keane Council Balti more for the benefit of the St Ann Infant Asylum were over 5000 Knights of the Northwest will attend the institution of the new council at Juneau Alaska on Aug roundttrip will occupy nine days COLONELS ON tOAD The Louisville Club will wind up their series at Kansas City tomor row and then open a fourgame series with Milwaukee commencing Tuesday and in which there is much local Interest the fans hop ing for revenge for the three out of four game loss here while Indian apolis Columbus and Cleveland found the Brewers easy picking the latter dropping from first to third place after leaving hero The addi tion of itldklff has strengthened the Colonels infield wonderfully his quick fielding of bunts and accaamte throwing making the fans forget Niehoff who covered the third sack last season and with the pitching staff showing marked improvement the locals should at least break oven with the mediocre Brewers who are only in the first division on their display of ginger and nerve The remarkable attendance during the Minneapolis series showed that the fans are loyal to Owner Wathen and there is no question but that their rooting and encouragement helped considerably in the ninth inning rally of Monday The only disloyalty to the team Is shown by the peanut pikers aid betters near third base who vent their spleen on the players and who were given a stern call down by Attorney George B Barrett at last flundaya double header much to tie toyof those who like the game for sports sake tfj c 1914 PRIMARY AUGUST 1 1914 VOTE FOR BENNETT H YOUNG CANDIDATE FOR United States Senator SHORT TERM Subject to Action of the Democratic Party For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR fRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEf 425 427 and 429 East Market Street e Horn City 3101 Comb South 000Y DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Office and YardsFifteenthand Magnolia Avenue HHHH MHH1 tH+++++ t234 F F3F+4+ FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES iiYou Can Make a Square Meal Of Our Round Ste k cirt pkw Male IBM urn rim city 5252 goo frankIIn Strut- S AWNINOSANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale 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