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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t T U J o Ir J Cu-u Ll4 1 J 1ijH r fr U a 1i ottINi rjt Ii CJ wr IPh I r i it KENTUCKY VOLUME VNO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY S 1905 PRIDE FIVE CENTS IMPRESSIVEH Stenos anti Ceremonies Attend lug the Rev Father McloHughs First Mass Grand Gathering of People in Honor of the Yorng Dominican ISIoauont Sennas by the Ye Rev Father Volz a Feature RECEIVED A ROYAL IRISH WELCOMEI ti Amid Impressive scenes and Inspir ceremonies the Rev Father John Ambrose McHtiglj 0 P celebrated bis first mass at St Louis Bertrand chu rear at 9 oclock last Sunday morning was a day of general rejoicing jin Limerick and that name is not used +disparagingly The people of that section of the dty called their Irish Catholic Brethren from all over Louisville to re- Joice with them It was one of Limericks boys who was for the first time to celebrate the holy sacrifice of the mass A son of Pat MC r Muitn and his estimable wife had donned of the other of St111011211 After years of study and long abse from Home one of Nalwarrior boys was back ataotog them returning irom magnificent conquests could lope Io Ive the welcome home th t ru er fII HuKh Tbe ret1rnib given Fa +mJHiI of the people for victor the I Pthe1866 the State The hurzas of the to in his ease are more or less selfish since t the people expect to receive material benefits as a result of bis conquests But 0 the young priest receives the welcome of Jpjtfish hearts the welcome of souls who reatze that he Is one of Gods chosen that he has become the special ambas andsadorwhat a welcome SitIrish crowd can give 4 you A little while thsun shone and AawbI little while 1 8m liedthat vast congregate rsoaJf t sorrow or regret but tears of joy an thankfulness to the giver of all goodJ 4vvbo had chosen one of their own nu to officiate at His altar It reminded J them that the land that had given St I iceColumbkill I OToole and so many others to the worlde through her sops and daughters in tthis I country was keeping up the wqrk of St Patrick the work of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ If not in word least in heart and mind these Godfear pretheset I Come in the evening or come in t morning Come when youre looked for or come o warniugKisses herebeforeyouoyou come here tbeat youDespitethe weather the spacious church filled when t Slbigwas about to begin In the front pew left dtrsAtbreeters of St Dominic horn traAcademy alfriendsofsounded a grand processional and t ceremonIes begin Those who took part walked from the convent on Sixth street c rbeartr8Fatherthe isCburchulhadBrothers James and Julian of the Xave 7hadwere Father McHugh and his assists ate At the holy sacrifice The Rev Brother Martin Father McHughs first teacher occupied a seat in the middle aisle The Rev Father piFeelyIIseatsinIJ TAfteru the Rev Father McHugh celebrant pritheRevFatherand pat deacThemusic as ordered by His HoUneINlPh X At the altar glVoJzpreminentlyfittingfi on thedignity of the priesthood its aims and objects Then be told of the reta tion that shonldexist between the priest waittjPerentsMk d the congregation to pray for yodng priest that his lifemight be long and useful and holy In cotwluslon of Father Voji addriMtid a few wordsi coogrttalation alld admonition to youag =writs = That w6cs md iconrngf nTsnt and lorlng adrlc fro brother Dominican toragotbsr- wept with jjoy white the able sermon wsui so delivered It would be impOMibte to- hererive a synopak J of It n mould MNdto bs tlpfixdakd- tbesrttggt iN uI- j soldult A vtre1 rri1c father datrrI t sari three brothers young priest were the first to race t oly Communion from his hands the conclusion of the mass the entire congregation knelt and received the Blessing of Father McHugh Benedlc of the Most Blessed Sacrament wed and In conclusion the Te lenm sung by the Dominican Order was gt by the chdir As the vast congregation filed out me women and children waited on the sic walk In the hope of personally coagre toting the new Dominican Instead tJ bad to be content with shaking with the father Pat McHugh while the happy mother and children were almost 1905rywill be always a big day in the history of st Louis Bertrands parish GREAT INSTITUTION St Marys the Oldest Catho lic College In the South WesttlgThe Kentucky Irish American this week receiveda call from Messrs Falls 4 B and John M Cooney A M members of the faculty of St b4 College the oldest Catholic ys inge Kentucky This instUutio mv founded In 1821 and has always 1selJa high among the educationalcenters of country Its degtt ea today being recog nized the te tbeland 9 sons are like ArcUMjop Spalding Bishop Lancaste4 Mul Jacector KaoN i the poet David Ryan broth Uat Poet Priest of the SouthsKing list of welt known physicians yers scientific end military men Pal James Kirwln the Galveston hero also made his studies there It is a source of to the Catholics of Kentuck this institution foundedhnlpiglAFi 4 hy them If ascend it flOfiIII in thefatale a fact recognized alto nonCatholips aVwSlII Ultoy Qt ffboW knowing the character of the education and training there received send sons to St Marys In preference schools of their thLastMarys the attendance being the largest since the civil war and the coming session which prmIsesadvance of this Catholic college ass and steady Professors Fails and Cooney MS It ifmfJ JeZeaBawnibeSladt give aU wish it any fnfa7Uon desired The KenI J tacky Irish AHKna which stands everything tending tethe progress of higjir education wfefce ihtm specass WESTERN CITIES etpici Phenomenal Growth on Prf becitic Coast Brought Forward by Bventsse When the Lewis and Clark IapostionthePortland Ore was projected the inI tention was to signalize by an tatbiti andhereo sent on wtorbecbanged con got which have followed the Spanish erican war and have marked the a practicalryes Uy thanhege sweeping as occurred in the gbeold ago I Ten years ago the population of San Francisco was 350000 it is now 450000 years ago the population of Portland to where the exhibition is to be held was It Is now 140000 Ten years a1 population of Seattle was 35000 inow 150000 Ten years ego the pop of Los Angeles was 80 000 i it is ticlationo heSpokaneThese changes in ten years mark t j betbealong the ro piMegB cases rger following the development of an that American market in the Orientt Lewis and Clark Exposition is st to be held wart of the Rocky Mo rains aud the Oregon country the covery of which the exposition tended to commemorate includes t Waehingtrian Irispsof the cities of any other sacra pathbtum toratLADIES AUXILIARY The Ladles Auxiliary ArO H pighisoftThea vi e tbauksforentettainiiig them ao band ettpresedflat the foli xa7y2lborein fie1iGtnythat the Vice Praddaat KIM tillaa tacIIttwJoHa lULyeaUvtacd tba- wriNtrrdiss praoed aNatltt 1ttN i Y I r vk J 3f SUCCESSAt Attended the Efforts of Clergy 01and Laity On Behalf of asenOrJhans etfljOutpourmgofPata thePlcnlpeyadsGrounds All Deserve Credit Alike For the Result of This Grand Affair WINNERS TO BE UOYl wt B If as we U chcoverstude of sins certainly themagaifice t outpouring of the people at vthehearIcar picnic on July 4 ought ry with it a covering for T imlsaints and sinners for some time to come From every part of the city from ePe nook and corner of the county of Jeffer son the people turned out The day was rranknot altogether an ideal one and yet if istheweather he could not do It It was warm enough just cool enough just b to euoagJobswere shedding tears of joy over the charity of Louisville people financially f padparish ergs thehenwork uaergaO iced organization theYthe a Iiandat elaUd people f Dais tobyr i Siy aUd platel it tGdli a ionic for the benefit of cblfdfeh toirgavetoopp fjeopleto 10W eir allegianWV to our Right Stshop whO ad called upon them to aj him iix life efforts for the care of theLieI theCatboWith pethewasateininegfiificent padtv flJfltt and dsai3taai priest was on hand- g tofeMWs ij bpte Mt atdt cheer them on 1IrI 1 did better From time to time the c who worked at the various stands de t aired to be relieved Not so the Wow Not one of them left her post until nic was over And the children did rosin part Mail ya little boy and girll1heJ who might have preferred to celebrate the glorious Fourth by sleeting fire crackers etc generously denied them the pleasure to spend money for the orphans scrimonate work the amount of self sacri fitss picnicon a the picnic said to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American I dream ent to heaven last night and when I there I had to stand in the ante 14 room The Recording Angel had called Chapel meeting and stopped every thing St Peter the Father of tChapel wanted to know what t trouble was The Recording Angel an we nounced There is going to be some thing doing in Louisville tottarow and want some help Men women and children down there are going to something extraordinary and if Ive record all those good deeds in t Book of Life Ill be glad If you Father uponita their harps and take up their sticks help me out on this momentous occa oi liSt Peter pjomlsedhim all the he needed and I woke up T guess I yelhelas carefully recorded A general meeting of the Executive was Committee wUtbebeldatSt Fran Hall at 11 oclock Monday morning time final reports will be beard from all the parishes At 8 oclock on the pisnno awdieupisPatricheaheyentafie the v t WILLIAMSodThe btlftscrettHeart statue 1tated tQ St William cbnrch was placed thtfaaettheScred of Theforntalbleeingafalaid he 1389 afterbtnoon rpby won t d atthe evemoniea which wet arllr WiaMffllb TQ W0W 1000i the rITe oar fault tolted with the Ken Irlak Laerigaadd Oflcer Jek tmA ONoU te teynnsrtMaya off this paper ItiksUostr t M women but you dont My a word the men I want to be dressed IfIf priately on a coming occasion but no hints for men lve been called upon to act as best man at the christening of Jake Smiths new baby Dont rOil know Jake He the manager of Rick Quinns cafer dont know what wear Why dont yon glue the men a bruit Jack Is one of the most popular that ever walked a Limerick beat Surely some of the boys out there can 0tell him how to be properly attired on this momentous occasion HOLY TRINITY StRaws RDr RevP Griffin Assistant t EKRev Charles Curran has been appointed permanent rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany In succession to Rev John B Kelly deceased Father William Patrick Griffin has appointed assistant rector of the same antoI frFather wasifor merly pastor of St Martins church in Martin county and is a priest of learning and great piety Father G a young priest and comes from Inc apolis Both will assume their pee 8erhave been awaited with much interest by Catholics in New Albany and In S ern Indiana for several weeks as Holy prosperousfa very desirable one The sClwUofil were made byJBlshrp chatard iind Jandf dAbebeen filing t68 ptvuloa of rector of KelllJeI positionythen one Albany He has been irattffenj1 toI Patricks church in Indianapolis wore he will be assIstant to the Right levt Bishop ODonoghue Father Kenney is prlestsJstay in New Albany both as e ant to Father Kelly end as rector In I linterim be has endeared himself to ople of the parish and to the ge ewl public He has been active in all i works and has takes an active part in oreularly the work connected with the YwDf1and the A b H While the Mends of Father Kinney regret his departure mRoTram New i promotion mstapositions in the metropolis of Indiana istheand Louisville but those who know him IYgood isan eloquent preacher and an Ieinwan THE FLAGMa The Emblem of Freedom Was Adopted by Congress 128 Years Ago of Statesed was the adopted by our national Congress June 1777 just 128 years ago It is the emblem of freedom and wherever seen brings joy to the American heart and Fbeprepare ourselves for that larger pa triotism which esteems and regards the flags of all nations as well as our own There are many lags in lands MVdotbBut8iotheTbe well known tricolor of France mldatcs0Tbeoldestt tehtoThe German flag was first unfurled 1867 and floats over an empire of sonlpThe simple striping of the red and in the flag of Spain was suggested thearms of Aragar The brilliant flag of AuetriaHUng March fdsoiAtadopted by the Turks as their device ot thhsmeti titItthe great British wnkscj6forggjtyidea of rise Rasaila flag from Dutch anaeg waoffl he learned alt erabnlldiulJoltricgujlos AsTbewhtteSwiss has coulaywhen the Mont Swiss fought one of their greatest battles The flag of Norway And Swedes probably coos be chanted It Jis a m JoeSWY said the red and ISae ields of I Crd In cxMcpliznent to ifilikui Prince of 1mhoueolOrupstwdy people cl the CetberIand at the of Weir tong Jut with Ip wall tttattge wlake s jia pBt nobody kltotpt itow s BATTLEFIELD Of Fontenoy Visited by Pil Overto the Globe rHistoric Scone Dear to Heart of AH Irish Men and Women orms Intert4f P With Part torof t1tP polP1l1RIIlea pucel ill Tte1t fgtlrfle t JIBISH EXILES OH BELGIAN SOILthe peltbeenIr men and women assem Tournai Belgium for the purpo se paying their tributes of respect t soldiers who changed defeat Into victory on the battlefield of Fonte leyss May 11 1745 There were a few tbeyleepenIffinYorkIanrepreoralto back up the main hotly delegates from Ireland The Lord Mayor i j gottthf l sons Watt tuVW1 With him g9g A JiBFFyOBren bosethe LY pameh1t 311thbtlefield of Foul eaop c9U86d ibis remarkable pilgrimage beyfrom Tournal to Pontenoy the journey made by rail and during a to- torm rriblethe J but rain had little terrors for theI escendants of the people who snatchedt historicHolya was Iwhere Mr OBrien outlined the position of tbe opposing forces on that hit ewday 160 yearsago While he was e StIngl terrible thunderstorm came up and those who before had laughed at the rain ere compelled to board the cars in an- erttl heavensised lery Penlight but neat morning Tournai forth QuintinsSllflsscrabled PheandheOj 96HsH jifEgood i Oafish iIScSlI t ganist played a lection of airsj which lie had aranged iIn of the mceHrfg Among t were Let Erin Remtttmber eIOnsMeeting oJ the Waters stair These Isat of Summer After rnitSs another rt was made for Fontenoy tat once lhdSenottile occasion However the pilgrims tll the elements and were greeted by i Cure who after welcoming t hehtFrench shook hands with many of l visitors In front of the village church pilgrims lung The blanche star rtyrs and then moved to the celHeat tery where the members of the Ii brigade who fell at Fontenoy are in e red There they sang The Memory of I the Dead In this graveyard is the 17 byFranksing white marble and is on the outside of the wall facing the road nearest to Fon tenoy The inscription reads In Memory of the Heroic Irish dlers who changed defeat into vitro Fontenoy May 11 1745 or a third time a storm arose and with the pilgrimage and as result a return was made to Tonrnin There the banquet wes held with the Lord Mayor of Dublin presiding while officials of the town joined I Irish pilgrims in making tbe a happy one In addition to Lora Mayor of Dublin speeches wiretarred de by John OLeary and Ba crystreet Prank Sullivan responded j alf of the Irish brigade and Nat was tern assemblageInItoj aedy wb2gs D Hart made a hitand ails successful rendition of- and Let on- Erhi Remember He Laryth he Rev Brother Isidore Directocofchi St Josephs College Beltim orebar J3onI6aDominic Provincial j of American Prpvince of Xaverian mor Brothers lleft last week for Europe Lou ere they will take part In the General pter 6f the order which will meet n grieI gium during the latter part of this 0 transthe MIP5 Chrysoilptti will succeed himselffas erior General Before returtiln to Brothers Isidore Philip XaveItege Eng Many sarins elected ORPHANSzed new ephs Orphan Asylum at Cresseatdived if iW Thisbothl Gasman I ut Leaks leastd the Pkta itiopidbevrelt alto try os of vaHotwaUy i11 Prank Ajp her said his fellow sary truautet erf 8t Jofcs bad this picnic log ToIn hood m Bie ago they atom attly tvttritued making say ll a Wttteofit tb More than that every German Catholic congregation in Louisville was well represented at the orphans picnic on July 4 and It will only be right and proper for the Englishspeaking cougregati to wor orks a CORPUS CHRISTI AlAppropriately Celebrated by Nuns at St Catherines 0 Academy Out in the woods of Washington county away from the hurry and worry the world the Sisters of St Dominic ebrated the feast of Corpus C hdS laA Sunday in true Catholic style t Catherine of Sienna had a great devotion to Ute Sacred Heart and her Sisters Iff Dominican community are fo11o sely upon her example The gla eleCtno JJ5hl the whizz of electric cars and hurrying throngs of people are sat conducive to thou htfl eternal nut tSt Catherines everything suggests nil t splendoropureofJ the wildwood flowers the birds of the air beasts of the field aU excite wonder love In the human kwrtwonder a beworks of the Bimlghtqlope for the sacred heart of film who became it Hate for otteredemptioa Twg shjrine had been erected o academy grounds for this suspicion ocl casou They QKfewU lljr hv tho 811 Witlh the postulants leading the way l sealmnnovices and professed nuns a procession was formed andmonths corously around the grounds the Patters OMahony and ONeil O latter bearing the blessed sacrament I bringing up the rear At the two shrines and again in the chapel the procession baIted for benediction It was a day long to be remembered by the good daughters of St Dominic WEATHERpea AH That Is Needed to Make Picnic of Division 2 n- Ito Success A week from next Monday Div 2 A H will bold its picnic at Phoenix Hill Park It was to have aken eon June 19 but inclement weather hencerty epostponement- sh preWfilea have not had any public I The HtbFFtdsh CI affair toiW yOailt Gild Yr K molt 0g f ytI011sThe l and tthrfi intends desire to tee gather PreSmt t Con J Ford Owenthan Keiran John Jlspay J J Su11 Jot Lynch Al fahnett Tom Can membershoedl insure ofwho timetNd a g fdtlibtlitftwUug moldtlViiitten me- oEDIvisibdrZandtwi1ltitlledo othibg f the jIg datit1f Jam J uiujctiu CJLCII10C3 J v thetLedUe ets Those who holdticlretrt for the dMk al celebration wjl1 find them good onini I I Every member of Division 2 is d his duty in promoting the success affair and they are being ably sectilesended by their brother Hibernians in I1 other divisions tfia SADty notaKennedy Shock to His Friends the withShocking i tie wastheat his home 1422 West Cleat qatt last Monday morning He hadl effotosupposed to be on the road to raj jidbriogi recovery when death ensued Mr Kenan was a well known travelingman it after years of hard and activeserviceme the road was almost ready to retire reap the reward of merited recut cahuewas an earnest Christian gtntlempkind husband and an He is survived by severest gro wnto One of his daughters is amemarll of the Sisters ef Charity of Nazarethwll is now located in MalNicl usetts vfnncral took place from the Sacr church at 9 oclock Wednesday The Intermentwas Missympathy of JJuulfriends in their gr- f MACKIN COUNCIL ackin Council Y M Icpoet In The regular Mtteloa Monday night and conaaMJ sldering that it was the eve of July 4 the attendance was unusually large Q j w51ianappHcatloiiB tar membership wiongandie J received while quite a BUBiber w ire with to mlDberI1Ip Revised plaJil r fOltheadc doM to the 1 1t clubhouse wore sabmittedcattdjtPari careful1 oct blocCoaaeiltiarabun i ion thatu caUy preIqtodoetrtUiout eahexpense such M r etc the INDUSTRIES OMnIreland Will Be Set Forth reaApproaching Exposition m in New York J ItepresontatlvoNewYorklrlsMAmericans in Charger Irish Linen Frieze i lankrand Carpets ENTERrcx titAn Irish Industrial Exposition veil held at Madison Square Garden Ne York city from September 18 to Otto annandI showttfl people of the United States what doingalongcarcardustrial lines The honorary fr crnto be subscribed Iis thoSp Wetation organized for the s of conducting this Irish In deposition The other officer o RevPorationarPreeldentPstrick PNulty State resident of the An Order of Hibernians of le York rta Vice President William ft Mcioogblln of the Irish AmeticsN Athletic ClittiY Treasurer and General Manage Patrfclt J Powers Secretary Edwazilt AIc Cbrystal President of the Gaelic Society The offices of the corporation areattha c Puller Building Tweutythlrd and Vtor way suite 415 The new Republic bernian Institute that monument to Senl i the loyalty the devotion j patriotism of the Irish race the corn atone of which will be laid on the sa day tbe exposition opens is tpbe tW rect beneficiary Every dollar over iaionabove the actual cost of managenij will be added to the building fund of Ancient Qrder of nibto the completlo Ireland has long been depending i the generosity of her exiled chiidrctvr fctStinSSSSllfiSi1 l f l f Uft the generous responses to theptt iiJI annlalcall for charity must be done Irislf asmfieldin Ireland have felt that emigration must raTheprodnctivtimberoMa belietepinging while countrybeento the enterprising c8pifhnfacturer j It is intended evedustrial ffathe forthcoming up it lbopedtolI1u tout made during the plm weaving of friezes c 3 Cheviot eerges tweeds wand Ji itspun Mixer WaHketajlUjineii rags to epeeisArtbeaae careful technicall promise to stwrily reac ofamousct mechanical prcxracts fa in wagrage InabortdualrialEJpo rts of Its projectoretai+ It about be as variedant exhibit of Irixhpandierftand isi possible to satyrs and the am t endofthe ezpocit ion will also be poIIibltoenterprise deserves the heart port of all Irieli American and It I be bope4tbatIlocal1Hiberian who contemplating visit to NSw Vork defer their trip wntH the Irish rlj tutrial Experitio opera qdSCH SUB8W 0 C iss Anna ti4teedy sari George E adeatsociety olrctlwlinirprised that 5whenweRqui VeryHonattendant mere iMi1 i 4Fred Schnli and the cereon witnessed by cly ftifew c1ee r Thartsisa halldaO e gouraw In a bcaotifnl gars of eiaibowtely triolmedj a whiff hat tmmed wil endcarrieda bouquet of like Min Ford wore a l waalin with I- it t triiumed plum JI w rJ 0 1i2iwr j- n fit n N UOKV 4suUpr r KFSNTU6KY1R1SfiMERI6fiNt =KENTUCKYIRISH AMERICAN PHINTINQ CO PUBLISH EM UBSCRIPTtON PRICE QN S DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC str4at the LoNlBvllle PostoHlcoas SIOdCTlU1IttIr- gu j1 CM THkaieRstete KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Went Orecn Street OOlSVHitR XY SATURDAY JULY 8 1905 fieDIVORCE EVIL k Archbishop Farley of New York I has Accorded an1 interview to the NewYbrk Herald on the subject torce The fact that there 6booo divorces granted by urts in this country during ar is appalling and almost a jal calamity The divorce evil n the increase Hasty mar es the Archbishop thinks is of the causes of so many dies but he does not believe that rly marriages cause divorce The church encourages early marriages but it does not encourage marriages Between Catholics and nonCatho licsI The Archbishop thinks one ay to discourage divorce is to Scise all divorcees and he ap- thes plan of the association of V women in New York who vry onj this plan The I says the church sane rations in some instances i the persons are morally bad mentally unfitted to each jther What the church does not sanction is divorce as it is known t in this country which is that after the parties have been given their freedom by the courts they are at liberty lo marry again It is not the separations of married couplesI hat does so much harm It is the Jfact that they only sepaJate to marry others The attitude ofr president Roosevelt and Secretary r aJonthe divorce question was liehiyI commended by the Arch Dressed a desire tc operate with rotestauts in cur tailing the divorce evil li THE PACKERS CONSPIRACY 4 II The federal grand jury at Chi I iJ fJ cago after an investigation lastin- gft1ueemcmths has brought indict f inenU against seventeen men prom inent ia the packing industries for alleged violations of the Sherman antitrust law and for illegal rebating to jhe railroads Besides the i iw indictment of individuals five cor ire included in the bills Cadahy Swift Nel nd the Fairbanks Can YW find cted The were brought by direc Department of Justice n City Many corn Mien made that the rs lhave carried oa nations in restraint ring the tutsevenll giving special rates to dealers and by combining small dealers who came n with them ft has ioya that the Chicago Jt along time have had power to fix the price of meat t any figure they saw fit in mosti mexican cities The purpose is break up this practice and lif the tovernmeot at Washington suc seds in this it will have performed gi est aeryice Jp tjie whole people In an audience jfllh Mbflt Rev ohu J Archbishop of Du mque low Pope PiuBXv spoke if his order regardiag the singing ed music by mate oirAIKi lyjfia thetatkchuiesb- out l the UnUfcd States The 7ve that he r4lPIYiac the faijt that itIncticai onr u must be fnidMlllitnd ere1 has been agreatdeal- n ll aboutthe order rolat 1 subject of Gregorinn ill be many yedn bef I Lj hes can v i b sendoff at the Holy Cross College during his recent yisit to Worces ter Mass The President said I want to see in Holy Cross in Harvard and all other universities where you can get a chair endowed chairs for the study of Celticliter ature I want to see the American institutions of learning take a lead in that awakening The President said it was no credit to us that having so large a percentage of the Celtic element we should leave it to the German scholars and stu dents to be our instructors in Celtic literature John Hay Secretary of State of the United States whose death oc curred last week was born within thirty miles of Louisville in Wash ington county Ind The house in which he was born is still standing IJrt Hay was ft man of great talent He Was Secretary to Pfesldeut tin coin Ambassador to the Court of St James and died while holding the post of Secretary of State Mr Hay had been criticised for his pro British sentiments while at the Court of Sf James He was a man of rugged Lonesty and the highest personal integrity nevertbe less and the country sustained a I great loss in his death The coming election in November for Mayor and other city officials promises to be a lively one poliItics is being discussed at a lively rate and the organizations on both sides will be made earlier than h former campaigns It iua little too early to make predictiQns be cause only one side has its ticket it the field However everything seems to favor the election of the ticket headed by Paul C Earth The Democrats have all the ad vantage and with a good organization can win This organization iis now being perfected Cablegrams still continue to come from Rome that the Pope is about to establish amicable relatjons withI the Italian Government In a long dispatch last Sunday it was stated that the Pope would receive a guarantee of independence and an income from the Italian Government and would be free to leave the Vatican whenever he pleased While the present Pontiff seems to be on better terms with the Gov ernment of Italy the cablegrams stating that amicable relations are to be restored at once should be taken with due allowance for the imaginations of the correspondents Following the encyclical letter re garding the teaching of the ele ments of the Christian doctrine iJins X has decided upon a plan of uniformity in catechism A com mission has been appointed to pre pJilrefextbookSvyhichsbaUbeusedallovelthe the official catechism used in the dioceae of Milan will be used This catechism is in three editions one for little children and the other two for more advanced pi1sIt will be translated into all modern lan guages lor use in Catholic schools am4 Sundayschcols throughout the world Mayor George Bf M Clel1anj of New York ia an address at St Johns College oiJlbaai where he CQoferred the dipkMDBs to the graduates declared that the beset ting sin of this country ic 7rice by yetKwesee Jfinvadingi the VjNonent with ever increiuiihgi besakh Theayors fas received with apprecia he students and professors llegr Archb1sboprer- C jeIlaws was conferred oa the Mayor by the coiTege Secretary Taft and a number of Senators and Coagressmen are on their way to the Philippine islands on official business Before return ing the Secretary will arrange for the final disposition of the Friars lands and the payment of the money to the orders which hold titles to the lands President Roosevelt has tendered the office of Secretary tate offmade vacant by the death John Hay to Elihu Root one of the ablest lawyers In the country and a former Cabinet officer Mr Root has accepted the trust He is thor oughly American and will not stand for any Hands Across the Sea funny business Success to him The Catholic summer school at Cliff Haven Ky has opened with a larger attendance than ever The school is attended by distinguished scholars whose lectures are of great benefit to the Catholic world RECENT DEATHS Mrs Catherine McKenzie one of the oldest and most highly respected ladies in Catholic circles died at her home 1421 Story avenue at 4 oclock Sunday aftirnoon Her funeral took place from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 0 oclock on Tuesday morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery The deceased was the widow of John McKenxie well and favorably known here for messy years She Is survived iy her sons Michael John James and Martin McKenzie and her daughters Mrs Riley and Misses Katie and Sarah McKenzie Many friends bave extended their sympathy to the bereaved family One of the most distressing event that hns occurred in New Albany recent ly was the death on Tuesday night of Miss Anna Rnverty which occurred at the home of her mother on North Pear street She had been ill only nine days and suffered from a malignant case of typhoid fever The remains were taker I to Holy Trinity Church jPriday morning where a requiem mass was celsbrated After the mass they were conveyed to St Marys of the Knobs cemetery for inter meat The deceased is survived by hd mother Mrs Kate Raverty who has the sympathy of many friends in her be reavement Miss Irene H Wabnltx aged fourteen I years died at the residence of her parents Mr and Mrs Louis Wabnitz 232 West Chestnut street last Friday after ia- long and painful affliction The funeral took place Sunday afternoon While the child is mourned by her loving parents they are consoled by the thought tha her earthly sufferings have been cut short and that she has passed into a land of happiness to await the arrival of her dear papa and mamma The funeral of Edward J Cnrran whiI died on Friday of Jast week took place from St Patricks church last Sunday and was attended by a large concourse 01 his and his familys friends The de ceased was one of the most popular young men in Catholic society circles and at picnics and other social events was the life of the crowd His death Is widely deplored and his mother is re ceiving many expressions of condolence over his untimely death IWith the burial of Mrs Mary Hogan which took place Monday another goodt woman is removed from Catholic and Irish American circles in Louisville She was born in Ireland seventyfive years ago but had lived in Louisville more than half a century One daughter Mrs Mary Stout of 2217 Lytle street sur vives her The funeral took place from St Cecilia church on Monday morn ing In the death of Charles Doerr which occurred last Tuesday St Anthonys parish lost one of its oldest and most esteemed numbers His demise occurred- at the family residence172l Baird street Hejs survived by his son HurryDoerr- thepopularPortlandavenne I blacksmith who is receiving many messages of sym pathy on acconntpf hisfatheis death Monica Montgomery the eight monthsold daughter of Mr and Mrji George lrBurkleYIUedeadyMond y morning at the family residence 2812 West Chestnut street The sorrowing parents have been comforted by the thoughtthat the little onels waking for tbemin heaven MIsallefl Dugan a wellknbwn lady tthenatl ud lU at thueldence of her brotherinlaw Mr Charles rKynelf 1607 Payne Street lae Monday Bight The funeral took place frwn StJ6has church on Thursday morning The in terneut was lnStLoulacmety- 1nn1s Monobaa thirtyifive years olld died at the rMidwce of his father iaHUlMonohaa lI8 pamesBll street Of Thursday afternoon The fnncral tikes place from St WllHttmg okurch at sr 6cJock ibis MlIlugThe iBterowat silt be lB8tJohn cem 4ry The funeral of Mr Mary Campbell idow of John Cimpb1l who dlI d at l1efllU1euC Jn WIiitMarket ItrCt ou eatorday night took place fronr St Jedliis church oti Tneeday morning h intenaent wag in St Louis ouuotery ollr Annie Bark 4idow of llarMn hirk died early Thnrkiay morning at her home 54 CmWWll street XTbe MaryUapatoiJa LL uO s SOCIETY Miss Rose Gait is visiting Miss Lul Timmons at Lebanon Mr and Mrs John Hellon are visUln Mr an4 Mrs James Hellon at Coving ton Miss Mae Tighe has returned from Springfield where she was the guest of Miss Myrtle Price A E Rahm left last Sunday for Asbu Park and New York City where he wilt spend his summer vacation E M Roney and wife of Bardstown spent the week in Louisville as guests of Mr and Mrs B S Mattingly P Schneider who has been attending St Meinrada College in Indiana I11 home for his summer vacation Mrs Daniel L Duffy of Chattanooga Tenn is the guest of her sister Mrs James T A Baker 1514 First street Mrs Mary Dermody jof South Louis yule has been spending the week with Mrs Geltmaker on Floyds Knob Ind Miss Ada Dillon entertained her euchre club in a most hospitable manner Mon day afternoon at her home in Portland Mr and Mrs John Kelly entertaine a number of friends in hospitable style at their home 2607 First street on July 4 H Schunlcht is spending his vacatlot with his parents here after a hard years work at Josephenum College Columbus Ohio Miss Mary Holland has left for Boston and other Eastern cities and will spend her vacation visiting friends and rcl atives Misses Margaret E Morgan Kati Murphy and Maymc Coyne were the guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Barnwell at Dayton O Misses Mattie B Scott Lula Murphy and Josephine Perry popular school teachers left yesterday for Lakewood New York Miss Ollie Arnold arrived Monda from Campbellsburg and had been a member of the house party given Ly Miss Josephine Tucker City Assessor Cornelius C Murpb and family have gone to Pewee Valley where they have taken a country horn for the summer months Profs V Falisl Jr and John Ml Cooney of St Marys College this State spent the Fourth of July with friends and relatives in the city Miss Ella Daut of South Louisville and her niece Miss Rosa Kearns have been enoylng a delightful visit with friends at Dents Station John Greeley a valued employe of Andrew Cowan A Co is enjoying o well earned vacation this week He spend most of his time attending ball games Mrs Patrick Byrne and daughte Corinne of Princeton lad were here to spend the Fourth and were the guests of Harry Byrne and wife 1312 High avenue Miss Irene Conlou who has been the charming guest of Misses Mary and Ruth McCabe at their home on the Blackburn road left Monday for her home in Nei YorkMisses Ruth and Mary McCabe th attractive and accomplished daughters 01 Thomas McCabe of Crescent Hill lei Monday for an extended visit to relative in New York Mrs Tom Moore of Bardstown wbo InfirmarytAlum Springs Va where it Is hoped she wilt fully recuperate Mrs Andrew Gallagher and littl daughter of Omaha who have been the guests Of her mother Mrs Hannon 1in nlonthIreturned house Thursday IMIllS Will Mary Vetter was entertained byher uncle PJ Nelligan atTflneteentt and Portlandavenue last Wednesday She will leave tomorrow for Chattanooga to remainfor the summer Mr and MrsJoe Barnwell and son Robert who enjoyed pleasant visit to Mrs Barnwella mother Mrs Julia Murphy at 100 Dameenll street have returnedto their home at Dayton O Bert McDonald aipopnlar Louisville boy who has made a hit in the West as Irflvellnjr salesman for jheFergusonMc Kinpey Dry Goods Company is here vis iting bis parents after almost successful trip IDennltJ Gleeson Mrs Mary Gleesori MIss Katie Gleenn Mrlll1ateGleHO- nud Dennis Gleeson penta week at WHtiBadenaudfrmedtbe jolliest party that baa Visited that popular resort this summer MlsM LydaBeunaandYaryllagan iraghttrs aad granddaughter of Mrs Jpba BFsgaa of New Albany bave reI turntd bome after a pleasant taoathfl visit to Mrs Goerge OHara star harlsetowIudMradwaMCowanofDaytoa Ohio k v1a4tag her mothefi Mrs Nancy aNil OH We rcWnridgs street BOtbltbe and hr pretty baby daughter are being m de much ef by relatives and dusedi 1 this city tMr DealriD 34111ev who s1Men UeBdl gKenrjtk Seminary Qi Louis fIs ipefldiochIx vacationJ with bis parent in this city jBci Uses bean a faithful udent and liiii tiaoy frieocU bop he willlOOa bt blet writeD D Miller D D M4KMb4ae jfpa OMssa U daughters of Mrs George OHara of Charleetown IudwUl visit their cousins the Misses Pagan at their home In New Albany Both young ladles are destined to win many friends around the falls cities John Hcnnessy one of the most pop ular men that ever held the position of steward at the City Hospital and who has been suffering from throat trouble at his home on East Gray streetdurlng the past four weeks is progressing favorably toward recovery Cliff McDermott and Miss Llllie Hen dricks of Cincinnati were married at St Bouiface church in that city last week an uncle of the bride officiating Mr and Mrs McDermott came to Louis ville on a wedding trip and while here were the guests of Miss Katie B Cusick Miss Catherine C Nenon of Nash yule Tents Is the guest of Miss Edna Burgess of 510 St Catherine street Miss Nenon is a beautiful and accomplished young lady and her departure next week for her Southern home wilj be regretted by all who met her during her stay in Louisville Mrs Hannah Malia of 1122 Zane street has returned from a two months visit to her daughter Mrs Riney at Knoxville Tenn who returned with her mother to Louisville After a short so journ here Mrs Riney will return to Knoxville accompanied by her sister Miss Hannah Malia Peter F Goss hnd Miss Mary Loretto Kearns of Covington were united in matrimony in the latter city on Wednea day evening and are spending their honeymoon at the Gait House The groom Is the new proprietor of the Cen tral Stock Yards Hotel and his bride is one of Covingtous most charming young ladles Harry Wellington formerly well known in Louisville now a resident ot St Louis where he is engaged in the printing business arrived here Saturday and remained until Wednesday During his visit he saw many of his form r friends and associates as well as his ov n and his wifes relatives Mrs Wellington was formerly Miss Broderlck of Bait Main street Both are looking well and like St Louis but occasionally feel a desire to visit their old Kentucky home Little Miss Cowan of Dayton visitingI her grandmother Mrs Nancy ONeill KNIGHTS AND LADIES Local members of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America are busy prepar ing for the reception tobe tendered Supreme President D B Kelley of Mem MISS MARY SHERIDAN I phis which event will take place at Phoenix Hill Park The Supreme Council fthe Catholic Knighta aud Ladies will meet In Chicago next week Miss Mary Sheridan of this city who is Supreme Treasurer of the order will taken prominent part in the proceedings SUNSET EXCURSION Satolli Council Glee Club willgivea sunset excursion one week from today The boat will leave the foot of First streetat430 oclock Ample provision will be made to feed the large crowd Satolli Council bualwaya had a repu tation for But social affairsNand the attendance Is always mutually nelect They excursion bids fair to draw the largest crowd of the season Good mu sic will beproYided fox those whocare- to dance WfFES DUTIES Perbap there is nothing more important to a ouDgowlfeot more calculated to make home huppy than a proper knowledge of bw duties and aflu re gird for household expenditure t Yet manyayDnngigirl entering upon life ia wholly BquaJifi d for tier duties and has to pick up asit were her knowledge iatt a of exercising it A thorough kocWledge therefore of domwUc eon omyian imporUntWrt of tb jacquire- ment faVouDI girl aud as muck a moral obligation oaThertprt i it it on that 11a uses to haw that profesdoiarfl iaforaMtiou and tact which eublllbto provide for ifiirenU of a wife anSI- lassU u n 0ct P in HU t i + HUT + H HUH tUtl JAMES GREENE 4252729 EAST MARKET STREET A SAFE PLACE TO BUY YOUR Furniture Carpets Stoves and Ranges t Where prices are conceded by the public and competitors alike to be the lowest in Louisville LI We invite special attention to our Carpet Department which embraces all grades in a splendid variety of patterns Elegant Rugs 9x12 Extra Good Quality Brussells 1600 Fancy Japanese Mattings 12 112 to 25c I I I I I I 4 + 4 + + + + + I I t + t I I I 6 I t t4 + +4 f I I + ft+ + 4 t f + + + 4f + 4Lp Both Phones 3399 DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY II4IIII 1 HuHI HuH tuBI 1 III1Hi1 I t t IIIIII1 1 III 1 II1IiI1 III+ t STRAIGHT CREEK COAL 11 Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLON =JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards 9th and Kentucky 7th and l 1st and BOrH P Sts Frankfort PHONgS Ave Mallnollai IJutI1lh11IIH IttiII1 +I IIrtItt t tIIt t t t THIRD STREET GARDEN F H BRUENS Prop Restaurant and Cafe Third and Ayery Avenues Home Phone 1633 Cumb Phone 602a NEILSONS MEMORY To Be ttlnaly Honored by the Poufihkeepsle Hibernians The question of Samuel Neilsons I grave and memory was discussed at some length at a recent meeting of Ponghkeep sic Hibernians Mr Neilson was a dis tinguished lawyer and patiiot It was decided that the division would care for theplot arid grave in the Fougbkeepsie Rural Cemetery in which the remains of Mr Neilson were buried some years ago afterjtheir removal from the old English burying ground where they were first interred The division further decided to erect tnonmaent of Quincy granite to cost not less than 260 Designsi which bad been prepared were accepted and the monument when completed will have the sunburst and Irish wolf dog surrounded by wreaths of shamrock engraved on the stone with a suitable in scription underneath LAST OP BACHELORS There appears to be some hopes for Frank Adams after all He was a char ter member of the Mackin Council Bachelors Club which organization the Ken tricky Irish American successfully dis rupted he has stood all the test of dim pled cheeks and flashing eyes Now a change has come over him On Thurs day night he was seen chewing tolu It was on an East Broadway car and there can be no doubt about it Several young ladies recognized him and at once de dared Frank was on the market And one of them hummed JHels the last rose of summer lleft bloom- Ing alone All his lovely companions arefaded and Ugone FONTAINE FERRY PARKS Lew Hawkins the famous minstrel wilt be the headliner ia Hopkins Pavil ion at Fontaine Fe rry Park next week Lew always brings R bunch of new jokes and clever parodies Others on the bill with bfjn are the Soils Brothers Sylves ter Jones and Pringle and tbeiSlllsNow Ian trio This popular place of amuse tnent loontlnues to attract large crowds both afternoon and evening WARNING ATvaman representing herJttto bee- neniberig the sisterbood in one of the Oders of the Roman Catholic Church baa Welloperatfug t WMn citie- soltettugfu foissewu ojf ttccicllli IoM l H Her ttctiocw sad ttatewnta ndkftte tkwi ti Ih a Iraod ud IielI eeeber appearance ia this section ofii c l- j i t 7 JOCKEY CLUB PARK 7 Nights Commencing Sunday July 0III CREATORE And His Italian Band Admission 25c Reserved 50c Salat Baldwins music ttote IFOHTAIHE FERRY PARK BEST EQUIPPED SUMMER RESORT IN THE COUNTRY Open Every Afternoon and Night ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children accompanied by parents fre- eUPTODATI3ATTRACTIONS LoopScenicthe Hopkins Pavillion Th- eatreHAMMERS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments FIRST CLASS ORCHESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECUAEDAT- ESfOItPicnics Socials Outings lparkbasbeeugrHtlyImproved with new equipments throughout Par tiN or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts RIVERVIEW PARK loulsvlllis atopularcSummer Resort NOW OPENFORSEA50N a Muilcaud dancing every afternoon atnl r evening except Sundays Plenty of K iusttnnt for children Women audi children can always vUit Riverviw Park unaccompeoied and are a eur d polIte and Courteous treatment HI SPfJ lALCONCfRT ver15U day afternoon and evening Af MM and relreshmeuts C B be procure- ditnsionablerlcsatallbou ttU country the police should be at once otified rpm I 4 Ai r r T I QNTtr IRISH L 1 IileIN I II I HlrJHI I I NMVMMMJWmHKKKKMHIt J E TRACY H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363I PTRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CirrUnef PurnUhed on l Short Notice MARKET STREET t LLLLt 111 I I I I I I io eIIt It1ItIt143 3I d1MII IiIi1 HIUS f t t tII t WmI J DOUGHERTY i FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER1 il BOTH pbjNES 2998 FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West Market Bet 12lh and 13th All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night t t t t t t+ t t t t + if t t t t t t t t I t t t t+ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT o LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL BEAUTIFUL TEETH Add to the attractiveness of a HANDSOl PAOIf The popularity of my Dentistry is the result of honest application of the most perfect professional knowledge I admit it is possible to secure service equal to mine but at much higher prices DRrNi J COUCHMAN Dentist Bacon Building 551 FOURTII AVENU- EPETER M INDRIOTlE 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS i Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST CB THOMPSON i1LORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALT- FLORAL DESIGNS 882 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirton S1 Both TolepbOHtB 1080 An orders receive prompt attention and1 satisfaction guaranteed Mb PMnas 1HBO Establlshtd 1863 r JOHN BIRTTERMANI SKCceitor o Mrc ietrce RatierBiQ rVJVBllALQlRBCTO R W AND JLMCtCarriage furiiithed for all occasions e All caM promptly attended today or 1I1iQw MARKEt cS1 u 1531 W CARRIAGES Street r I THOMAS KEENAN F111181DlrAll Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions 1225 W MARKET STREET Both Phones 365II 11 1 t 1 l Jut 1Iu1 1 1 1 1 HH Jut1 1 I t of securing the right quality of Wall Plaster ought to make itself evident tof you without deep consideration If you want a job of plastering to be the en during kind you must insist on the Diamond Wall Plaster being usedman ufactured byJKentucky Wall Plaster CoI IncorporatedITELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky j Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plast ter Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 555EJ HEiwujpyts1I I P U i DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEEDc c Phone 3658 528 FifthStreett Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE COYProprietors 339 FIFTH STREET VERY ILL Patrolman Charles J Iredale who has been stationed at Fourth and Green streets for several years past is very seriously ill at his home 624 West Magnolia avenue His speedy recovery is hoped for by his many friends FRIENDS FOR HIM Friends of Al F Martin of Trinity Council are booming him for First Vice President of the Grand Council Y M IsCuci Jtftiedictioa Mr Martin- t ba8b6na faithful worker iti SJVMiJ eirelee Md the hoaorcould uotlgoto a more d cryiBg man a I p anr II GIVE US YOUR ORDER 1 Irish OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET xsxXfXi DESERVED TRIBUTE To Worth Was Presented to Retiring Trustee McGinn Joseph P McGinn returned home Sunday from St Louis where he at tended the semiannual meeting of the Supreme Council of the Catholic Knights of America At that meeting he retired as one of the Supreme Trustees and on his retirement waa surprised by being presented with a handsome umbrella The covering is silk while the handle is ivory ornamented with gold The gold plate on the handle bears the name of the recipient and the whole is a testi monial of the high regard in which he was held by his fellowmembers on the Supreme Board Mr McGinn states that all the reports read were encouraging and showed that the C K of A is in better shape than ever The movement to perfect the or ganization of the order in alit the States is well under way The new ritual was approved and the older and wiser heads now indorse the new system of rerating The movement to establish the Uniform Rank is also going to the front IDOUGLAS HYDE COMING The President of the Gaelic League Is to Visit America It is now definitely known that Dr Douglas Hyde President of the Gaelic League will come to the United States next fall to lecture on the national movement and also to visit the leading uni versities and colleges of the country in the interest of the Irish language and literature The news of Dr Hydes coming will no doubt arouse deep in terest among all classes who appreciate the meaning of the great movement which is doing so much to restore the higher principles of national unity and strength to the Irish race The Western Watchman says the hearty cooperation of all the societies which have at heart the uplifting of Irish ideals with the immediate task which Dr Hyde has in hand will make certain that St Louis will enjoy the presence of the beloved President of the league His coming no doubt will de pend in a measure on the action of the local lash societies which ought to begin once the preparations so important an event ought to suggest A representa tine committee composed of delegates selected at a joint meeting of the soci sties would be the initial step toward making Dr Hydes visit a memorable one in the history of St Louis There bI reason why the foregoing plan should not be followed in Louisville where many would rejoice to meet Dr Hyde An active united effort at once In our judgment would be the appropriate thing in view of the high character which such preparation would give to to the Doctors visit The language movement is impressing the best thinking peoples of the worldwith the vigor and intellect ual resources of the Irish race Let a joint effort be made by all classes of our people to show that Irish men and women are in touch I with the mcst wonderful movement of the age Concertedaction will insure a splendid demonstration of Gaelic strength and tend to advance theI cause upon which so much depends for the race at home and abroa- dBULLYIFOR GEORGE Louisville Boy Appointed to a Responsible Position at Dayton J George Barrett of this city who dnringthe past two years was with the United Gas and Electric Company of New Albany as contract agent and gen era foreman of interior construction left Thus for Dayton Ohio where he will become contract agent and gen eral supervisor of the power and machinery department of the Dayton Light ing Company Mr Barrett assumes his new duties at once He is the eldest son ofMrs Mary T Barrett and thee late John J Barrett and was formerly associated with his father in the undertaking business at 836 East Main street After graduating from the public schools he studied electricity while engaged with his father tater he removed to Chicago i and received Jralnlllgil C 600D WORK PrintingFAIR Kentucky American J SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O He- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month president Patrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Street SentinelPatriJck Coleman BegleySergeantatArnis Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 616 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaua Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine Marshal Peter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y 1 r I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg ShaughnessySecond Recording SecretaryFrank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Corresponding SecretaryF Lanahan SteltenpohlMarshaJohn Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave CrottyFirst J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava nagb Financial Secretary Will P McDon ogb 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey Treasurer James B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Sam4 J Bqldrick Chicago Edison Company and chief executive of numerous public utility cor porations scattered through many States His promotion to a new field of opera tions has been merited and while his friends hate to see him leave Louisville they rejoice that his ability is receiving deserved recognition elsewhere His lovely wife who was formerly Miss Llllie Moran will join him in a few days HONOR FOR BARRY A society has t en formed in Louis yule and New AJtny to be known as the Propagators oiv Jack Barrys Name and Fame The purpose of the society is to show that Barry is deserving of the title of Father of the American Navy The members will also urge Congress to pass the bill now penng for the erection of a suitable monument to the memory of Commander Barry in Washington Daniel Walsh Jr of New Albany is soliciting subscriptions for the society MUCH IMPROVED The Very Rev Father B H Wester man who has been ill during thepast eight months was sufficiently improved to eabte to leave for Mt Clemens Mich on Wednesday Dr Bernard Asmau accompanied his reverend patient to Mt Clemens but will retniu ina few days Father Weatermah expects to le hlifcosgrllfat10Btally restored to health ooa biiret ni zr rytufor f AT REST John W Dawson One of New Havens Best Men Is No More Kentucky lost a good citizen New Haven one of its oldest merchants the Catholic church one of its most faithful members when John W Dawson passed away on Thursday of last week Death followed as the result of several weeks illness of general debility The deceasad was born in Nelson county sixtyseven years ago and spent nearly all his life in New Haven where he was the oldest and one of the most successful merchants Mr Dawson be longed to one of the oldest families in Kentucky as well as to one of the oldest Catholic families in the United States His progenitors were among those who came to America from Ireland with Lord Baltimore agoHeR Pierre and Joseph M Dawson of Louisville and Edwin C Dawson of placefromon Saturday The solemn requiem mass was celebrated by the Very Rev Father Wl Buckman who delivered an apt propriate sermon after the mass The remains were interred in St Catherines cemetery CARROLLTON Y M IEs Members Appear to Be Matrimonially In clined From a matrimonial standpoint the Carrollton members of the Y M I have been very busy during the past year and recently their activity is increasing The latest to join the ranks of Benedicts were Joseph Baker the worthy President and Clarence Banta The latter was united in marriage on Tuesday morning to Miss Rose Malone a lady admired for her many virtues while President Baker on Wednesday took a bride in the person of Miss Laura Hill the beautiful and ac complished daughter of John F Hill one of Carrolltons most prosperous business men and a good member of the Y M I Mr and Mrs Baker were the recipients of many handsome presents and are spending their honeymoon at Grand Rapids Mich the former home of the groom Both marriage ceremonies were performed by the Rev Father Ignatius AhmannThe new church at Carrollton now rapidly approaching completion will be one of the handsomest in the State The picnic given July 4 to aid in paying for its construction netted something over 500President Joseph Baker has been selected to represent St Ge 3ge Council at the approaching State convention GOOD MEETING Or Branch 25 C IK of A Shows That the Order Makes Progress Branch 25 C K of A held a well attended meeting in its hall at Clay and Walnut streets Monday eyening with President F R Deleuill in the chair After several matters of routine import auce had been disposed of the resolu tions on the death of Brother Jonathan E Tbickstun were read and adopted Reports from the various officers showed that the branch was sound financially and that at the present time there were seventysix active and enthusiastic mem bers Messrs W T Meeban A Schu nicbt T J Llewellen and Eugene Cooney Sr were appointed members of a committee to audit the books of the Secretaries and Treasurer These gen tlemen will meet at the residence of E J Mann 018 Clay street at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon OUT OP BEDIMrs William ONeill who was last week removed to her home at Lexing ton after undergoing a delicate opera tion at St Josephs infirmary in this city is now able to leave her bed to the great relief of her friends in Lexington and Louisville While hercherslsterMrsR- dwardMcLaughlin was constantly at Mrs ONeillg bedside DAtCINGCLUBS I The Nonpariel Dancing Clubs dance nincMivc Ik popularity all the time raiklutednesdargcdra 1 I FRflNK FEflR o BREWING 60 Brewers and Bottlers IILOUISVILLE SY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected parley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged BLBPHONB1aS9 Louisville nchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilseneri Beer BREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMAN BRE2VING COltIPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4t12 LOZSI9YXLLE XY Cumb Phone lain 1913 IJHTHE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOXZTC XBi IaIEZAArILWALT Clay=Street Brewe812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3093 = LOUISVILLE Summer styles in hats Special styles for boys for first communion and confirmation KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1077 Office 652 Fifth Street BIG FOURT- HE BEST LINE TO Indianapolis Peoria Chicago urn AM ronrca zif INDIANA andMICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo New York1 1Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four Route 669 Fourth Ave or write to Si J Gates Genl Agent PassengerARt Louisville Ky t attendaueev Members of tbeNoaparWi the Omega and Criterion dancing clubs si e doing taucht to proiuote devotion to TfMi ltor Wee MANHATT RESTAUR AND LUNCH CO OPEN DAY AND NIQ 504 WJefferson OTTO B YENT Proprle Home Phone 47- iaHERRMANN IMPORTER FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DisUUeraandWholesaleDeal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially NELSOHBOTTLED j Telephone 1948 23j Sixth Str WINES UQUOftSClQ l VALS I SALOQNVAL Hot Lunch every morning fror to 530 oclock 44 vu QRIDE1- QO TO- PioneerRottIinElj II STRAIGHT rJJ yF NTUOKY IRIS I RIOAN THE BIG STORESGreat Suit Sale Begins This WeeK Mens Serges Crashes Worsteds Chev iots Kerseys and all the New Weaves of the Season 675 S890 1075 1190 and 1290 Everything in the house in these fine lots Come early and get the choice THE BIG STORE 4MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 Market St and WestII till j crli Grand Hibernian Picnic GIVEN BY= DIVISION No 2 Ancient Order of Hibrnianri- i AT PHOENIX IIILL PARK i Monday July 17 This picnic was postponed from Monday June 17 andl tickets sold for that date will be good for admission to the park Dancing freeIg I TICKETS = = 25 CENTS 4 PIANOSWepurchase but that is a trifle compared with saving you from Pianos that look better than they really are We sell just as the best jewelers in Louisville sell watches We guarantee the part as well as the outside And if after a sufficient length of time you think the Piano bought of us has not lived up to our representations we will cheerfully give you another in its stead Your satisfaction is our first consideration Ghickering Decker Son Haines Bros Schubert Kingsbury- AND TEN OTHERS OF RENOWN Some nennle seem to have about made up their minds that they musty t vine Piano or none at all because they have little money to istake come and see how easy it is to buy the RIGHT IA Fafa reasonable pri- ceMONTENEGRORJEHM MUSIC CO OO8OSO DOURrH AVENUE SstTim cuas fl Rollers BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE t3 Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city W BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION 34 w fef1ersolla Street Jt lHIH I I 1 H H I I I I+H I I I I I I I IHHlIMI I TEAFOR rOE TEA 45O PER POUND Green Mixed English Breakfast Japan or Ceylon Phone a trial order and get something with which you will be highly pleased MULLOTT IROASTERI sl14 vv lo2ARKET 8rREEr t- II I I I I I I 1 H I 1 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I HHI I II1Hir 1+ 75c j SANE WELT LOOK WELL LAU WELL Bsst In Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair 211 Market St near Second MolII IHIMt1 I want a nice for your I us your order Vanilla reatJiper gal60c berry f3vorr Pergai Fourth Pianos hidden QUICffMEALSTEELRANEES QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Ths World GEHER SON nmwntnm JON ICE CREAM COi- f you dessert dinner telephone Chocolate Alt kinds of Sherbet per gal1 60c to75c Charlotte Rtiaw per bowl 26c 35c 50cMilk Butter and Sweet Cream a Spedalty I 0 627633 EIGHTH STREET b Homt phone 2144 Comb mala S89 iIirJ4IIiIiul HIhR- u OUR ANNUALI II Jul Clearance I Sales Are now in full swing We dispose of thous ands of dollars worth of summer merchandise j at immensely great reductions in prices Market Street I TIC STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THATTGS EIGHT III d 00o 1o 000000 IRELAND I I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled I From exchanI i esIJ I splIThe King William statue of Boyle was I tarred and decapitated- A party of pilgrims started from Dublin for the battlefield of Fontenoy The Donegal County Council appointed Dr OCallaghan of Carndinagb Coroner in room of the late William ODoherty M PEjectment notices have been servedon fifteen tenants on Dorsey island in addition to the tenants already under notice ofeviction A visit was paid to the battlefield of Fontenoy by a party from Ireland and London at which the Lord Mayor of Dublin presided The clerical managers of Limerick dio cease have passed a resolution asking for the withdrawal of the National Board new rule and also of other rules At New Ross when the fourth annna fete for the County Wexford was opened the town was magnificently decorated for the occasion which was a great success Joseph Devlin M P speaking at Magbery County Armagh said a pledge bond and independent party was a vital and Indispensible essential to national successAn United Irish League meeting was held in Derry at which a divisional executive was formed and officers for the coming year electedI Joseph Devlin M P was among the speakersOn evening the Belfast National Club bazar was brought to a termination Joseph Devlin M P who delivered an eloquent speech said theI function had been a great and unprecedented financial success On Thursday evening the annual meeting of the local Catholic Young Mens Society was held at their hall in Water- ford 1 James J Phelan presided and anjj address was delivered by the Lord Bishop the Most Rev Dr Sheehan i Ie A charity sermon was preached on Sunday in Kilsaran church at Castlebel llngham County Louth by Very Rev Canon Quinn of Magherafelt in aid of I the fund for defraying the debt remain 1 ing due owing to the expensive improve ments recently done to the church and schoolsThe annual congress of the Irish Trades Union was held in the Towu Hall at Wexford under the Presidency of James Chambers who delivered an eloquent address The Mayor and corporation of Wexford attended in state to receive and welcome the delegates- At a meeting of the Mayo County Com mittee the Secretary read letters from the Archbishop of Tuam and the Bishop of Elphin disapproving of the proposed Connaght conference to deal with the university question Letters on the subject were also read from Dr Douglas Hyde Rev T A Flnlay S J and Ed ward Martyn The Rathdrum Rural District Council unanimously adopted a resolution reply- Ing to the threat of the National Board to the managers of schools in County Wick low in connection with the memorial re cently forwarded to the board demanding the withdrawal of rule Conor OKelly addressed a meeting at f Ardagh North Mayo and urged the ten ants of Lord Arran and others to pur chase through the Congested Districts Board pointing out that the Estates Com mlssioners had declared in their report that they could spend nothing on im provetnents At the prize winners concert at the of Mayo fels his Grace the Archbishop of Tuam delivered an address in the course of which lie said that in the case of vacancies for teachers arising in his arch 3 thatcantdidatespreference other things being equal nrAtdlCotOBriilljKP likCork was criUdaed adversely and realntlons were Pasted ezprming diMppnval of the auggei QU tion made in Cork that no pledge should be in his archdiocese in future exacted from persons seeking election to the Irish Parliamentary party and most earnestly indorsing the action of the Irish Parliamentary party under the ab IcaaersiUp Of Jobn Redmond and h i 1 pledge bound Colleagues The Dublin Freemans Journal says Free speech is at an end in the West of Ireland Acting of course in accordance with the Castle C D J Japhson has on the statement of tome anonymons author of an affidavit proclaimed a meeting which It was announced would be addressed by two members of Parliament The object of the meeting is admirabl meritorious It was the main object f which the recent land act was passed t secure the redistribution of the vast gra lug tracts Why should members of Par- lIament and others be forbidden to say a single word however moderate legal and constitutional in favor of this object p If they broke the law they could be prosecuted and punished But there was no excuse or shadow of an excuse for gagging them To realize the atrocity of this proceeding we have only to Imagine- if we can what would happen if it were introduced into England Imagine an English member of Parliament forbidden to address his constituency and the coun try flooded with police to prevent him In our belief the whole performance f unconstitutional and illegal An early opportunity should be taken when Par liament reassembles of indicting the sys tem by a motion foi the adjournment Fresh proclamations will no doubt be jforthcoming to justify the motion Free fspeechas we have said suppressed iinI the west by virtue of one proclamation IBy virtue of another proclamation the iaccused are deprived of that other privilege of freementrial by their peers The proceeding by which the prisoners in Galway cases are robbed of their right to a common jury is yet another illustra tion of the Castle methods The coer don act itself secured by fraud and for Igery is utilized to secure that the jut eshall be drawn from the class of th prisoners political opponents Later on no doubt when the trial comes on the prosecution will find here the materialsI j for an admirably packed jury of stalwarts as the present Lord Chief Justice once called them JOCKEY CLUB PARK Creatore the spectacular Creatore th sman who draws the crowd and his famou- Italian I band will begin a weeks engage ment at Jockey Club Park tomorrow Lat year he created a furore at Jockey Club larkNQ leader who ever visited Louisville aroused such enthusiasm among local ml clans and music loving people Unless all signs fail the coming week will be a record breaker particular music but as an appropriate recognition his countrymen In Louisville Signor Creatore has designated Wednesday night as Italian night Such master mu airfares as Carpal Rossini Baccherini Bellini Doniiittl and Verdi will have their compositions Interpreted whi1e ere atore himself will lead the production of some of his own compositions Friday will be Wagner night and on Satmr aa appreciate farewell programme win be rendered Seefot your job rwit g Neat piiciiol t I Market Street o1o11 127tI HIBERNIANSW- hat They Have Been Doing Past WeekGeneral- New5 leithe Notes tike flsafddd ofDivIsion 4 is on the sick list Every Hibernian In the city should strivet make the forthcoming picnic of Divlslifo 2 a success coatentertainmentroverororDivislbn meetz4 will hold its regulatf meeting on Wednes day evening National President Jafites E Dolan has commissioned the regimental officers of the First Regiment Hibernian Rifles of Columbus Ohio The Ohio Hibernian Rifles are preparing for a State encampment Khoki uniforms will be worn and a band will be engaged for the entire week At Dunkirk N Y the Hibernians have appointed committee whose ob ject it will be to introduce the study of Irish history into the curriculum of locals parochial schools Mr Mary Daley State President of the Ladles Auxiliary of Minnesota has been doing active work After institut lug a flourishing auxiliary at Caledonia she organized another at Lttchfield A great deal of interest centers about the coming meeting of the National Board which will be held in New York the latter part of this month Director George Butler of this city will be among t those in attendance I Rev Father Kelly pastor of St James church delivered an instructive and in retesting address at the last meeting of Division 4 of Duluth in which he reI gaveeThe Hibernian Knights of Seattle were recently presented a handsome and cost ly silk American flag the gift of Mrs Mary Clcary The presentation was the feature of a large and successful en ter tainment and the address of Hon G C patriotictribute desiresgathering Nothing has occurred to bring the members together since the St Patrick day initiation and unless something is done there may be a loss of interest The season is fast advancing therefore the suggestion is made that the County Board give this matter special attention at its next meeting TRINITY COUNCIL Eight more new members and another big batch of applications marked the work of Trinity Council Monday night There was a large attendance and the meeting was very interesting Encour aging reports were received and a num ber of communications read and acted upon The contest for new members by teams headed by Martin and Pilson waxes warm the former being in the lead by a small margin Announcement was made that all arrangements had been perfected for the annual outing and that a large sale of tickets was expected President Cooney made some suggestions for the members of the employment bu reau and it was also stated that several positions had been secured for young men OeNEROUS Division 3 A 013 held its meeting Monday night and discussed important affairs By unanimous vote 25 was do natedto the success of the orphans picnic Several communications were read and definitely acted upon The matter of holding a big joint initiation was discussed but definite action was deferred PROSPECTIVE OUTING o The Joint Committee Y M I is try lug to arrange an outing for the members dthelrfrfedeelre to secure a site of easy access to Citiaeandto accommodate a large crowd ri IiIiBE SURE TO CALL FOR III 1II1 McRENNAWHISKY I IITI- M IS ALWAYS PURE fit H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky iii HK4 3K SS S S S Sx IWE ARE READY I To supply you with the Best Fourth Pool Coal I ITS DRY ITS CLEAN ITS GOOD I Best Pittsburgh Screened Lump I I 100 Bushels 1200 ATLAS COAL COJSole Agents for O Jutte Co Pittsburgh i1 Chas L Crush Qenl Mgr OFFICE 346 Wr JJEFFERSON t S S SK 3 gS4x xN3 w F LLOW OMSK cRowD I IXQVlZ RUN no RISK by giving LAUNDRY to the UNITED LAUNDRY cni4 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