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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rwKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME 1VINO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 2 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS MOURNING Death of Micbnel Davitt CRuse Great Sorrow Among Patriots t Noted Irishman Demise PH manly Duo to Ulcerated v Tooth Jr Accident In Youth Gave Him V a Chance to Become Famous HE HAD MANY ADMIRERS HERE w Michael Davitt Irish patriot and author died in Dublin at midnight on Wednesday He bad been ill a fortnight or more and his death had been expected When he passed into eternity his eldest son Michael Jr and his two daughters i were at bis bedside So also were the Hon John Dillon and several other intimate friends He bad been fortified by the rites of the church and was fully aware that death was inevitable The Rev Father Hatton left him a short time before he died Mrs Davitt who had been in constant attendance at her husbands bedside was taken seriously ill on Friday last Her condition is so serious that she has not been informed of her husbands death Three weeks ago Mr Davitt was In excellent health for a man of his age when suddenly an ulcerated tooth devel oped Before he was aware of it blood poisoning set in and this eventually brought about his demise Mr Davitt visited Louisville twenty years ago and was given a warm welcome by local Irish Amerlcans He was thoroughly Irish and believed in the rights of the peopleMichael Davitt was born at Straid County Mayo in 1846 and is conse quently sixty years old His people were poor and like many others the boy had to begin life as a wage earner at an early age He was sent to England andworked in a factory there Fortunately or unfor tunately the young workman lost an arm in the factorys machinery Deprived of making a living iin his menial occupa tion Davitt began to read and study If he had retained the use of both arms bt might never have been incited to higher efforts Hence his many admirers be lieve that the loss of his arm was a blessing in disguise Nature gave him a bright mind and a retentive memory so that youug Davitt was soon a thorough master of English expression He bad inherited a hatred of English oppression and from his early manhood he has never failed to give vent to his feelings regarding British domination in Ireland Before he was twentyone years old Michael Davitt became a member of the Fenian Brotherhood A little later in 1870 he was arrested as a Fenian and sentenced to fifteen years penal servitude After serving seven years he was released and returned to Ireland where he began a crusade against the absentee landlords Parnell Dillon OBrien Healy Har rington Tanner and other leaders recog nized his ability and the result was the formation of the Land League This organization had branches all over Amer ica Not the least among them was the Emerald Branch of this city James Rogers a veteran of Division 1 A OH was President for several years Davitts tactics were too aggressive for the British Government so he was sent to jail a second time That imprisonment lasted more than a year but Davitt emerged more a patriot than ever In 2892 he was elected to Parliament by an Irish constituency On accouut of his National tendencies be was unseated but was reelected in 1895 He served several years and then retired to devote his time to literature and political lta tion During his visit to the United States twenty or more years ago he mar ried a young lady of Irsh descent who has been to him a helpmeet indeed Mr Davitt has been very successful in the field of literature and would have been known through his pen had he never entered the field of Irish National politics His latest work The Fall of Feudalism in Ireland has received favorable comment in all the leading journals and magazines of England and America COMING HOME cI Wandering Sons and Daugh ters Will Visit Old Kentucky Home coming week will be a gala event in Louisville While the formal celebration will not begin until Wednesday June 13 there are many former Kentucklans who will arrive several days before On Wednesday visitors and hosts wilt assemble at the handsome new armory to hear addresses of welcome from Gov Beckbam Mayor Barth and the Hon Henry Wattenon To these the Hon David R Frauds of St Louis to crown all Miss Louise t t- wlJlreplYiind I e Hardin now of Denver Col who stiggeetedhehouse coming will be DaringLtbe Afternoon of the ante day there will t nrJnc n 0 be a grand floral parade The day will close with the Philharmonic concert at thearmory Thursday will be known as Stephen Collins Foster day in honor of the man who wrote My Old Kentucky Hornet A statue of the composer erected out of subscriptions raised among Kentucky school children will be unveiled at the armory Mrs Marian Foster Welsh of Allegheny Pa only daughter of Foster will draw aside the veil On Friday a statue of Daniel Boone will be unveiled at Cherokee Park and in the evening there will be a street pageant after the manner of the Veiled Prophets at St Louis The crowning event of the day will be a ball at the armory Saturday will be Greater Kentucky day and the programme will be divided between Louisville and Frankfort In the latter city the cornerstone of the new State Capitol will be laid while in this city a reception will be given at Central Park in honor of the distin guished exKeutuckiaus present On Sunday Till We Meet Again services will be held in the church- esUSICKSCHUNIGHTC Popular Young People Keep Their Wedding a Secret Peter J Cusick and Miss Mary Schu night were quietly married by the Very Rev Father James P Cronin at St Pat ricks church on the evening of April 25 Their secret was well kept and the announcement in the Kentucky Irish American will bear the glad tidings to their many friends They had for some time been engaged and had planned to be married publicly When the late James Cusick brother of the groom was taken ill the couple changed their plansI When the sick brother began to recupe rate the marriage was again considered It was determined to have it performed quietly and so it was Only a fewclose friends were let into the secret TheI death of Mr Cusicks brother followed closely by that of his mother prevented a public announcement sooner Mr Cusick is a Deputy County Assessor and well known in IrishAmerican cir cles His bride is the charming daugh ter of Frederick Schunight of 1310 West Madison street Mr and Mrs Schu night will soon begin housekeeping onI their own accountIp FRIGHTFUL WRECK Engineer John Bj Keyer Played Hero and Thcn Collapsed One of the most frightful calamities that ever occurred in Louisville was the wreck at Seventh and Hill streets Monday morning when nine lives were crushed out and a score or more were seriously injured The Louisville Nashville train from Knoxville collided with a freight train standing in the siding The accident it is believed was due to a broken flange on a wheel under the smoking car Women vied with men iu relieving the injured John B Keyer one of the most careful men on the road was engineer of the ill fated train After the wreck he helped to remove the the dead and injured from the debris On Wednesday his uerves gave way and he suffered such a collapse that it was deemed best to send him to St Josephs Infirmary His friends feel that a few weeks of rest and qulet will restore him te his normal condition ELABORATE CEREMONIES In Honor of First Communi cants at St Louis Bertrands A class of eighty children about evenly divided between boys and girls will receive first holy communion at St Louis Bertrands church at the 730I oclock mass tomorrow morning In order to make the reception of the sacra ment as impressive as possible the mass will be solemn high The children have been well instructed during the past ninety days the boys by the Rev Father Heenau O P and the girls by the Rev Father Clark O R The altars will be beautifully decorated in houor of the occasion and the parents grandparents and other relations of the first communicants will also approach holy communion and offer up their prayers for the little ones SACRED HEART MONTH Just as the month of May is set apart to the devotion of Marv the mother of God so is June set apart to the devotion of the Sacred Heart of Jesus While Mary IB not honored less during the present month the Sacred Heart is hon ored more In nearly all CatuoHc churches special services are held each nigbt and in many cases the priests have the power to bestow the benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament p MEETING PLANNED Police Commissioner John B Murphy and John Kenney are arranging for a big meeting of Branch 54 C K of A in Jeffersonville oa the night of the third Wednesday in Jane Prominent members of theborder in Louisville and other parts of the State will be invited to evdreee the I meeting Meeers Murphy and Cenney are delegates Vo the Crated Committee and are rllJ11arhl thek attendance n I TRINITY Three Persons in Ono God Hon orecl by Church in Solemn Festival Sunday After Pentecost Is Con secrated to Triune God From Cradle to Grave Catholics Receive Blessings in Their Name FEELINGS THAT SHOULD ACTUATE US Sunday June 10 will be Trinity Sun day the last opportunity given those lukewarm Catholics who do not attend communion regularly to comply with their Easter duty The Catholic who fails to comply with this commandment of the church excommunicates himself Should such a person die in that state the remains could not be taken into a Catho tic church nor could the body be interred in consecrated ground The church teaches us that there are three persons in one Godthe Father Son and Holy Ghostand it is to honor this triune Deity that the church calls upon the faithful to celebrate Trinity Sunday When our Divine Redeemer was on earth He bade his spostles and disciples Go teach all nations baptiz ing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost From that time forward the Catholic church has never ceased to baptize in the name of the three august persons From the cradle to the grave she uses this sign over her children When we arc made strong in the faith by the sacrament of confirmation it is in the name of the Holy Trinity When our sins are for given in the sacrament of penance it is In the same blessed sign When we are fed with the body and blood of our Saviour it is in the name of the Adorable Trinity So it is with all the sacraments Canticles of joy and hymns of sorrow are all concluded by rendering glory to the Father Son and Holy Ghost When there was a question of estab lishing a particular festival of the Blessed Trinity in order to satisfy fife dfcvotlbn T1 those who sought it great doctors and saints remonstrated They claimed that all the festivals of the year being only parts of the general and perpetual festi val of the Trinity it was superfluous to Institute a particular festival of the kind they Urged that all the festivals temples and altars were dedicated to the Blessed Trinity However in the year 920 Stephen Bishop of Liege caused an office to be written in honor of the festival Neigh boring churches received it and the devo tion spread rapidly Early in the twelfth century the festival was generally adopted and its celebration was fixed for the octave of or first Sunday after Pente cost This day was celebrated for two reasonsfirst because it was vacant that is it had no office secondly to remind the faithful that the trinity is the end and consummation of all festivals and mysteries even those of our Lord It was not until the fourteenth century that the celebration became a universal law of the church Pope John XXII attached it irrevocably to the Sunday after Pentecost and caused its office to be substituted for that of the octave which was thenceforth concluded at none on the Saturday of Quarter Tee- The church calls upon her faithful children to Celebrate joyfully the par ticular festival that she has consecrated to the three adorable persons and reminds them that their lives ought to be one continued festival in honor of the Trin ity The people are called upon to Imitate the three divine persons in lives of charity and sanctity and to be grateful for the many blessings bestowed in their name ROYAL WEDDING Princess Ena of Battenberg Is Nowthe Queen of Spain Alfonso the King of Spain and Eva Princess of Battenberg were united in matrimony at the Cathedral of St lerulmo Madrid on Thursday morning- at 11 oclock All business was sus pended in the city and thousands poured into the capital from all parts of Spain Cardinal Sanchi performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass that fol lowed The day was bright and glorious and the whole town was in gala attire Long before the hour set for the cere mony the Cathedral was filled with the invited guests Aside from the immediate relatives of the King and Princess the great body of the church was filled with diplomats and special envoys from foreign countries The wedding cortege left the royal palace at 930 oclock amid the ringing of bells and firing of salutes The whole route to the Cathedral was thronged with the cheering populace Trumpeters clad in crimson velvet suits led the way and sounded the approach of the royal party The coaches containing coyeredIo D f il ifl The ceremonies In church were most impressiveAmong who were given positions of honor in the Cathedral were Frederick W Whitridge the American special envoy and staff Ij Mrs Collier wife of the United StatesJMinhter was the only American who witnessed the ceremonyV FAITHFUL SERVANT i tJudge McCann Rounds Out ThirfyF ve Years in Officea I lToday Y fifth anniversary of Judge John McCanns entrance into life as a public official He bears his honors modestly and his years well In his youth he learned the molders trade and worked at it for several years after serv ing his apprenticeship He was popular with his companions as well as pains taking with his work His friends prevailed upon himfto make the race for Constable He won and served four years and six months Meanwhile he had grown more Jban ever into power and was elected Magistrate an office he held tweutysix years and six months While serving rip Magistrate he was elected to the State Senate and repre sented his district eight years Then he made the race fdr Judge of the Police Court and was ejected After serving a term of four year he was reelected five months ago j Judge McCann 1 as a comfortable home at 1134 Sixth strict an estimable wife and lovely daughter He has made an excellent Police Ji dge and ever tempers justice with mere t RECEN DEATHS The funeral of uohn Smith who died at the home of his brotherinlaw John Devinney 1908 MJaple street took place from Sacred Heart church on Friday morning The deceased was fortyeight years old and will known in the West End J The funeral of Patrick Cain who died suddenly Wednesday took place from the residence of his brother in law M J Durkin 2143 Duncan street on Fri day Requiem mass was celebrated forth repose of his soul at St Patricks church It 0The funeral oft Miss Julia Rose Keady daughter of Mrs toE Keady who died at the homes of her mother 617West Magnolia jwemue on Monday took pace tom t ouisBertraifdffiWlkMr on Thursday The young lady was well known and her death is deeply deplored Mrs Mary Glenn wife of Malachi Glenn died at the home of her daughter Mrs Oscar Glover 2983 Alford avenue on Sunday and was buried from St Cecilias church on Tuesday morning The deceased was fiftysix years old and had spent a great part of her life in LouisvilleJohn Jr aged twentyfive years died at his home 933 Tenth street Saturday morning and was buried from the Cathedral on Monday morning His father John Crawley Sr his mother who before her marriage was Miss KateI Hines and six brothers and four sisters survive A large circle of acquaintances followed the remains to the grave The funeral of little Mary Louise Burke daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Burke who died at the residence of her grandmother Mrs Mary ODonnell at Meadowbrook at midnight Saturday took place from Holy Name church on Tuesday morning The child was only seven years old and was the sunshine of the family She had been ill of pneu monia about ten days Joseph P Waechter one of the best known young men in the East End died at his nome 815 East Chestnut street Saturday afternoon The deceased was the son of John F E Waechter and was twentyfour years old He was an active member of Trinity Council Y M I the Casino Club and 6f the Falls City Bowl ing League His funeral took place from St Martins church on Tuesday The large attendance testified to the high esteem in which he was held Mrs Catherine Nicely died at the home of her daughter Mrs Annie Adams 714 Twentieth street on Sunday after noon Death resulted from a complication of diseases She was fiftyeight years old and spent the greater part of her life in Louisville Her husband Fred Nicely Sr and seven children survive The children are Mesdames Annie Adams Emma Schott Lizzie Bradford and Miss Minnie Nicely and Messrs William Joseph and Fred Nicely Jr The funeral took place from St Charles church on Tuesday morning NOW CAPT DRUM Lieut Hugh Drum of Boston has been promoted to a Captaincy on the orders of President Roorevelt The new Captain is asonof Capt John Drum who lost his life in the charge at Ell Caney and a brother of Father Drum S J Many Louisville people especially the older generation in St Louis Bertrands parish wilt remember the Drum family The father who lost his life in Cuba was stationed at Taylor barracks in this city for several years after the war He was a devout Htember of the Dominican pariah during his stay here for several years prior to the outbreak of the Spanish Ameri lt war he staved M mili tary instructor iflit Striera College New York J G UNITY Of Purpose Is the Watchword of the Knights of Columbus Groat National Convention to Bo Hold at New Haven Cardinal Gibbons Will Officiate Dedication New of Homo KENTUCKYS ABLE REPRESENTATIVES The annual national convention of the Knights of Columbus will be held at New Haven Conn next week and the sessions will continue from Monday until Friday This will mark the twentyfifth anniversary of the founding of the order and it is fitting that the celebration of that event should take place at the very cradle of the society The object of the Knights of Columbus is to unite Catholics of good character for the highest devel opment and elevation of members in all that pertains to the best in moral social and literary acquirements and to assist each other in the attainment of all com mendable undertakings The necessity for such an organization is apparent Irish Catholics have had their societies for years So also have the Germans French Italian and Catholics of other nationalities But the Knights of Colum bus is an American institution aud it covers with its banner all Catholic men of whatever race Irish American Ger manAmerican FrancoAmerican aud all meet in fraternity and with the same high purpose in view There is not a State in the Union that has not at least one council of the order There are even councils in Honolulu in Montreal in Winnipeg and the Philippine Islands The order is particularly strong in the East Not less than 50000 Knights live within a raldius of 100 miles from New Haven and it is hardly necessary to state that 90 per cent of them will attend the conventionOne of the celebration of par ticular Interest will be the dedication of the new nationaUtome4ustconjpletedat a ccst of 100000 His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons will officiate at the dedica tory ceremonies and many other church dignitaries will take part in the proceed ings Kentucky will be ably represented by Past District Deputies James Fitzgerald and Robert A Watson While many States surpass ours in magnitude of mem bership Messrs Fitzgerald and Watson will be able to hold their own in any company and our State Council can rest assured that her interests will be well looked after The entire order in New England has joined with the New Haven Knights in arranging reception and social functions in honor of the guests from a distance It is probable that a number of Louisville Knights will make the trip East although only the regular delegates will be allowed a voice on the floorThe order in Louisville is not yet eight years old but it numbers 550 members One of the first of our citizens to recog nize the value of this superb organization was P E Henchey His business trips to the East brought him in frequent con tact with the Knights in New York Boston and elsewhere For three or four years he returned with fresh stories of the good the order was doing in uniting our people Tc him more than to any other man belongs the credit for the organization of Louisville Council It was instituted December 11 1808 and from that time forward it has grown and prosperedIndiana Tennessee Missouri Illinois and Louisiana followed in Kentuckys wake and now there is not a State in the South that has not one or more councils Besides the council here Kentucky has councils at Paducah Lexington Coving ton Owensboro and Somerset LID CASES Judge McCann Declined to Render Opinion In Short Order The saloonkeepers charged with violating the law by keeping open last Sunday were tried in the Police Court on Wednesday So intense was the interest of the public that the courtroom was crowded to suffocation Several minis ters and many representative liquor men were in the crowd The lid was on tight Sunday and the closing affected profes slonalball players barber shops bowling alleys and the parks as well as saloon keepers About twenty saloonkeepers were arrested and twentythree members of the Louisville and Toledo ball teams were taken to Central police station and then released on bond Neither the pro prietors of bowling alleys nor barber shops made any attempt to test the Sunday closing law When the cases werecalled Wednesday Judge McCann occupied the bench Aaron Doha appearedi8 iittoruey for the 181ooRkeeperswbth Prosecuting Attor ney Robert l Hagmwad City Attorney JiOKflkiclwOf used to enforce the u After hearing the evidence Mr jlaw moved to dismiss his clients on the that the law was unconstitutional Messrs Hagan and Richards argued to the contrary Judge McCann declined to render a decision off hand but stated that he would hand it down atO oclock Friday morning an hour too late for this weeks issue COMMENCEMENTS Season of Sweet Girl and Bright Boy Graduates at Hand The commencement season is rapidly approaching and a host of pretty girls and bright young men will begin their lifes work in the world Kentucky is not behind in Catholic educational insti tutions in proportion to her population Each successive summer sees her sons and daughters go forth into new and untried fields This year the crop of sweet girl graduates and bright youths will be better than ever The Sacred Heart Academy on the Cherokee drive conducted by the Ursu line Sisters will hold its graduation exercises on Tuesday June 19 Six young ladies will receive diplomas On the same day Cedar Grove Academy will hold its exercises and two young ladies will graduate The pupils of Presentation Academy will hold their commencement at 10 oclock on Monday June II The grad uates will be Mary Agnes Banet Katie Aloysius Driscoll May Angela McCarthy Katherine Rocheford OBryan Mary Gertrude Simpson and Lillian Catherine Watering Truth Conquers is the class motto and the American Beauty is the class flower 1 MACKINS PICNIC Tickets For Fontaine Ferry Outing Are Going Rapidly Mackin Councils picnic committee held a special meeting Saturday night end heard reports from the various sub committees D Oliver Patton reported that an excellent band bad been secured for the dancing hall and that the mem bers of Mackin Social Club would send out invitations to their friends and thus swell the crowd at Fontaine Ferry Park on Thursday June 21 Will Dally Frank Lanahan and John Boland who have ch tK theticketsrBBnouncedthat between 8000 and 9000 had been dis tributed It may be necessary to order an additional 10000 tickets Ben Sand who is in charge of the souvenir stated that he was getting plenty of advertising and would have a handsome souvenir ready for distribution on June 17 The committee decided to admit chil dren accompanied by parents to the grounds free of charge Parents are accordingly invited to bring their little ones to the picnic during the afternoon The committee have made special ar rangements for the proper entertain ment of the youngsters POPES BLESSING Bestowed On Gregorian Choir at St Louis Bertrands Church The Very Rev Father B F Logan O P Prior of St Louis Bertrands convent read the following letter at St Louis Bertranda church last Sunday Ron April 221006Very Rev and Dear Father I am happy to be able to inform you that his Holiness Pius X has graciously deigned to bestow his apostolic Blessing on the Gregorian choir attached to St Louis Bertrand church in Louisville Kyand would ask you to communicate this good news to theI members of said choir Wishing them every success in carrying out the desires of his Holiness I beg to remain devot edly yours in St Dominic FATHBR H M CORMIER O P Master General After reading the letter Father Logan congratulated the men who formed the choir on having attracted the attention of the Holy Father and on having received his special blessing He also spoke feel ingly on the sacre ness of the Gregorian chant and urged the men to greater efforts TRINITY SHOWS RESPECT Trinity Council held a brief session on Monday night and then adjourned out of respectto the memory of Joseph Waech ter an esteemed member of the order In the absence of President Martin Mark Morris occupied the chair After the report of the Visiting Committee was read the council adjourned and the mem bers proceeded in a body to the house of their deceased brother On Sunday Trim ity held a special meeting and adopted resolutions on Mr Waechtera death and appointed eight members to act as hon orary pallbearers FRANK MtfONOQHS RISE Prank A McDpnough has accepted a position as sales manager with Bridge ford St Co and assumed his new duties yuteldar He is on offlat popu isyopngme during I tbe 1i th the Diller nogb ypl icall atbta COMPLETE The American Ice and Storage Company Owns Largest Local Plant IrishAmerican Business Men Saw Necessity and Bus ness Value Tho Latest and Most Modern Machinery Used tu Manufacture CAPACITY MUST BE INCREASED It remained for a bunch of energetic IrishAmericans to give Louisville the largest and most complete ice manu factoring plant in the city The name of the corporation is the I American Ice and Storage Company and the plant is located at Floyd and Pearl streets cen tral enough for all practical purposes Within ninetyseven days from the time that the company was formed the plant had been erected and one machine was making ice The second was put Into service soon afterward and within a week the third machine will be placed In commission The plant is 150 by 100 feet and there is ground enongh remaining to double its size whenever it becomes necessary Upon leaving the office the visitor first encounters the Klondyke or storage room for ice blocks This department is 90x24 feet Here the blocks are stored until the delivery wagons are ready to remove them Next comes the tank room It is here that the ice is made Each can holds 315 poundsof ice and of this fifteen pounds are allowed for melting There are 800 cans in each of the three tanks or 2400 cans in all At present the plant- is turning out 100 tons a day and before next week is over the output will be ucreased to 150 tons The cans are hoisted by compressed- air and are removed to chuteson automatic ballbearing cranes The ice is slid through chutes into the storage room and stacked up ready for the delivery wagons As fast as one cau isemptie it is refilled Thus the process goes ol night and day It takes thlrtysix h tofreezethewater 4tti4psJad rounded by coils of pipes filled with ammonia gas the freezing agent used All of these pipes have been thoroughly tested with compressed air in order that the ammonia gas does uotescape and permeate the freezing water Instead of using iron pipes the American Ice and Storage Company uses copper andbrass so that there is no danger of rust and that the purity of the ice may be guar anteed The water used in the manu facture of ice is filtered river water At the sallie time five eightinch pumps have been sunk ninety feet to artesian wells These are used for condensing purposes and for the boilers The boilers enginesrfurnace feeders dynamos and otheracmachinery are of the latest and most improved type The second story will be given over to the cold storage rooms thirtytwo to forty in number when they will be completed These will be usedjprinci lally for housing fruit and vegetables- In the rear of the plant is thestable 26x150 feet Twelve big dellverYlwagons- are kept busy transferring thejoutput of the plant and from thirty to forty men are employed day andnight The officers of the company are Charles r OConnor President P M OReilly Vice President John T Garraghty Sec retary and Treasurer and Patrick Regan SuperintendentAll are well known and successful business men Mr OCon nor is also Presdent of the ONeil Coal and Coke Company Mr OReilly is head of the real estate firm of OReilly 8- Meddls and Mr Garraghty was with the late James T Duffy in the ooal sand and ice business He knew the men who were successful and it is to his enterprise and foresight that the company was formed Mr Regan has been in the ice business since 18G9 and has been emi nently successful in all his undertakings The plant of the American Ice and Stor age Company is not only a model but it is by far the largest ice plant in the city the Kentucky Irish American predicts SUccess for the new venture as the busi ness is constantly growing and S iia opacity will soon have to be great increasd DECLINES HONOR A Richmond IrishAmerican Prefers Business to Poll tical Interests The Hon Jprry A Sullivan of Rich- Mond has positively declined to make the race for Congress from the Eight Kentucky district Mr Sullivan is ok prominent Knight of Columbus and JSlky as well asa shining light of the Ken tacky bar He is likewise President of the State Bank Trust Company also bt the Big Hill Coal Company and ft inter eeted in many other business ventures fa his section of the SUte Mr Sullivan is very popular with the people and could easily be elected He jWita that beist- oo young a man to relinquish all itCpi r NTUOKY gll31tCC Zte KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM HIIIHHININIIIINII and Social Advancement of HI Irltslt Americana fnt ta tke- ENTUCKY Moral IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS UBSCRIPT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sC Btttored at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter AMER1CAN326 West Green Strut fciciill COll anlcallon to the KENTUCKY IRISII I9o6LTHE MONTH OF THE SACREI HEART The Church sets aside the montl of June for devotions to the mos Sacred Heart of Jesus Those who belong to the confraternities wit see that their members carry out the rules of that society but then ar steto speak who forget that the montl is devoted to this special purpose of invocation to the Sacred Heart that especial attention is called to the matter The feast of the Sacred Heart falls on the Sunday follow ins Corpus Christi and should be observed by all In nearly all the churches in the diocese of Louis ville there will be special devotion to the Sacred Heart during the nonth and it would be well for r devout Catholics to participate in these devotions Many blessing come to those who devoutly inter cede through the Sacred Heart for spiritual as well as temporal favor- sLINCOLNDAVIS Col Lewis R McCleery Assist ant Secretary of the Louisville Water Company has suggested an o admirable change in the design for Kentuckys State seal He would not do away with the motto United we stand divided we fall but would have the two figure clasping hands to represent histor ical people Col McCleery sug gests Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis Both were natives of Itentucky and both loved the State as President of the United tates and led the death of a martyr the other was President of the Confederacy and was idolized s until his death Each fought and suffered for what he believed to be right Col McCleerys idea is ia good one and the Kentucky Irish American is glad to be the first to present the suggestion of another Kentucky IrishAmerican to our citizens It is in keeping with the spirit of the motto as well as of the t time and if the people booming the home coming will take it up the next Legislature will doubtless do the rest PRESERVETRADI1IONS Within the next two mouths another big initiation will occur which prompts us to say that every Catholic IrishAmerican young as well as old should become a mem ber of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians The object of the society is unity fraternity and Christian charityi and above all things else the maintenance of our faith It n is the purpose of the Hibernians never to allow the memories and traditions of our forefathers to die out We owe our faith and morality to those who remained steadfast Catholics even in times of persecu tion and famine Our inheritance must be handed down to our chil dren and to our childrens children The Hibernians are peculiarly fitted o hand dowu these traditions uisvillehas four divisions and gible men will find themselves in Ood company in any one of them MICHAEL DAVITT In the death of Michael Davitt Ireland loses a favorite son patriot ism a shining light and the Catho lie Church a devoted member Ye this may be putting it a little strong since the Catholic Churcl did not lose him He died fortified by all her rites and will ever beheld up as an example for other to follow Hewill likewise be at example to struggling humanity His parents were the poorest of the poor in Ireland Young Davit was forced to work in a factory at an age when American boys are beginning to go to school The loss of his arm which wouldbe ia- misfortune to many was a boon to that Irish youth It gave him ia chance to study and developed the latent power in his brain and heart He studied and developed these powers and gave the best that waf in him for Ireland Imprisonmen failed to shake his belief in the justice of the cause he had undertake and for forty years he voiced bis opinion in the rights of the people The memory of Michael Davit will be held ever dear not only in Ireland but in every country allover the word where patriotism is honored HEALY GREW CAUSTIC Members of the Irish Parliament ary party are still clamoring for the Government to show its hand as tit Irish relief measures Thus far they have gotten nothing but empty promises which like the treaty of Limerick appear to have been made only to be broken Al present the education bill is coming in for a large share of consideration Its provisions are being as ardently discussed outside of Par liament as in that body The Hon Timothy Healy wellnigh laughed the bill out of the House of Com mons He pointed out that under her own laws the English Government was bound to educate Catholic inmates of a poorhouse according to the teaching of their faith yet if the new bill becomes a law the children of selfsupporting parents will be denied the right of receiv ing this Christian education In other words a child either in Eng land or Ireland must be a pauper tc be brought up a Catholic Even the London newspapers saw the logic of Mr Healys caustic criticisms and commented favorably on iisspeechMembers of the Established Zhurch are allied with the Catho lics in fighting the bill but unless ill signs fail Great Britain will soon lave a godless system of education Manager Tebeau rejected Attorney Barkers scheme to have contribution boxes placed at the ballpark gates last Sunday He knew hat tbe public would drop in just chat the article of ball furnished was worthrten cents Then you know Tebeau wants all the money On Sundays when the Colonels are- away from Louisville the thrifty tanager rents the park to negro teams and the roughest dusky element in the city makes things unpleasant in the neighborhood The eighbors have a move on foot to njoinTebeau from renting his park to negroes Now if Tebeau would ask some court for an injunction to I make his team play ball but whats the use- Congressman Sherley made an able speech this week on the extravagance and toadyism of American diplomats He put it well when he said many of them mis represented the country they were paid to represent When our ambas sadors and ministers cease to be Americans they are no longer fit to represent our Government Numbers of people pay so little attention to their prayer books tha they forget they contain a calendar of movable feasts and a list of th fast days of obligation As a con sequence the priests in many par ishes have frequently to answer queries as to fast days Look at your prayer book and do not bothe your pastor unnecessarily Stephens Collins roster who wrote My Old Kentucky Home and whose statue will be unveiled during home coming week vas of Irish descent The IrishAmer ican contingent will be well repre sented at the unveiling ceremonies HINTS ON STYLE The new sleeves are very full at the topShort skirts are getting shorter ever dayPongee makes pretty and serviceable tub petticoats Black tulle is much used for trimming black straw hats Parma violet broadcloth makes an ele gant reception gown Red green and pongee parasols are popular in plain effects The modish lingerie petticoats hay several detachable flounces English embroidery is seen in paraso petticoats and childrens clothes Pongees of all kinds in their natural shades promise to have much favor Paris frowns upon white gloves ant American women are discarding them Bright red gowns will be worn again this spring and summer and made up iin all materialsBlack jetted is used in making some very smart toques with the aid of tulle ribbon and a white paradise Both lace and button boots are to bt worn this season the button models being rather more favored than in the past few seasons Lace ginghams are being shown some of them are as sheer as net They are not expensive and make pretty morning and house gowns Morning frocks strictly tailor made are shown in pique linen and serge They are made in shirtwaist style 01 naval llnenjand in short coat suits A new lustrous striped single tone silk woven alternately transparently sheet and quite opaque is caned radia It ih- one of the prettiest novelties of tin seasonFor morning wear a pale blue fancy coarse straw having a gold band edged with blue velvet js new and the only rimming is a long white quill drawn hrough a knot in front Vivid blues aud greens in straws and plumage as well as rose tints are seen tad quite a new strawberrycolored hat with bent brim in many wrinkles and ound satin crown is trimmed at the side with several shaped sprays of almond blossoms HOW TO LOOK WELL No woman really need be plain Exquisite neatness and chic attire will make any one charming There are many women in France JJsays an observer who in England or America would be called plain but who are commonly spoken of as la belle Mme A or- BIt They have no beauty whatever beyond hat of their own making In France the idea of a plain girl wouldnt be laughed at Yet French women are not as a rule what is called beautiful They only know the value of a sweet expression and a little taste in dress CLEANING LIGHT GLOVES Here is a true and tried way to clean light colored kid gloves Get a saucer of milk and good piece of white cotton cloth Put glove on dip cloth in milk and wipe the dirt right off as if by magic Keep changing cloth pa it gets dirty Take off gloves dust over with any tal cum powder or starch and hang up to- dry Gloves will be soft and just as pliable as when new- UNITYS PICNIC Unity Council Y M I of New Albany will give a picnic at Fern Grove on Monday The members and their friends have made arrangements to spend a pleasant day Tickets can only be hadby invitation 69S9S969S SOG1ETY i 10i1 71 Miss Ruby Crutcher of Portland wit return from Nazareth Academy on June 14 A son and daughter have arrived to bless the home of Isaac Durham of New Haven P E Henchey has returned home from a successful business trip through Indiana Charles Fitzgerald and wife of Nev Albany spent the week with friends at Kentland I Miss Clara Weber of Portland wil become Mrs Walter Dobson on Wednesday June 6 Charles OConnor now located in Cin cinnati spent Sunday with his family in South Louisville William T Speak wife anl daughter who have been visiting friends in Indianapolis have returned home Mr and Mrs Meyer Hilpp and Mrs Frank Reeder are expected to return from French Lick next week Harry Thorpe wife and baby of 240 Slevin street have returned home after a foitnights rest at West Baden Springs Miss Clara Bir has returned to ber home in New Albany after a delightfu visit of six weeks with friends at Peru Ind Mrs Molly Ball is expected home from Bardstown next week after a fortnight visit to Mrs George R Mattingly and other friends Henry Klapbeke and wife hay returned from a visit to Buechel where they were the guests of Mr and Mn A A Koehler Officer Murice OHearn who was seriously wounded by a vicious negro several weeks ago is recovering rapidly and wil soon report for duty George Holland Superintendent of St Louis cemetery is able to be out after an attack of rheumatism that confined bin to the house for two weeks George Lawless a prominent membe of Mackin Council is receiving congratu lations on the arrival of a baby girl at his home 1513 Fifteenth street John Grogan and Jerry Brentlinger who hold responsible positions with the J M RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Com pany are enjoying their vacations Mrs Edward McNally of Anchorage had as her guests this week Miss Irene Tabb of Louisville aud Mrs John Cole man Jr and Mrs John Taylor of OBannonsEdward and wife will leave for St Louis via the Henderson route tomor row evening Mr Baser will attend tin annual meeting of the National Leather and Shoe Finders Association- Mr and Mrs James Burns will return from their bridal trip through the South next week Before her marriage the bride was Miss Emma Noack They will begin housekeeping in South Louisville Val Lester and wife were summoned tr Little Rock Ark by telegram Tuesday night They have gone to the bedside of Mrs Lesters aunt Mrs Mary Donahue one of the best knowu and wealthiest ladies in Little Rock Little hope Is entertained of her recovery Miss Kate Talty formerly of this city sod now of Memphis will visit Louisville during home coming week Limerick acbelors and widowers are polishing up heir armor in honor of her advent If the young lady returns to Memphis without becoming a bride it will be her own fault bliss Eva Wathen and Gwynn FlaugberI were united in matrimony at Iral rectory on Wednesday afternoon The Rev Father Schuhmann performed the ceremony and the attendants were William McCann and Miss Nettie Fields The happy couple will make their home at Bardstown Miss Mary McGovern was given a birtlday surprise party at her home 1920 Magazine street on Thursdey of last week Quite a number of her friends rere present and spent the evening very pleasantly She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip McGovern and is noted for her many charming qualities Dennis J G Gleeson manager of the jewelry department for the J M Robinson Norton Company left Wednesday for New York and AUleboro Mass on a business trip Mr Gleesons friends here will not be surprised or puzzled if they receive any anonymous comic postal ards postmarked from those cities Miss Rose Ann Gilhooley of Jefferson ville and William Sbymanski of this citywill be united in matrimony at St lUgustines church Jeffersonville next uesday The rite will be solemnized by the Rev Father OConnell The bride elect is popular in Louisville as well a8- InI her home city and her prospective husband is a successful young businessman I imijimrnmn tmmmmmi mfflmmmnwiro mmmmwnmw mnwiimmmmmw ISAVI A DOLL- AIHAAGER = 3 MENS= SHOES I w w i Saturday w 250MI THIRD AND JEFFERSON H COME IN THE MORNING IF YOU CAN =f- Tftuuuuauimuuui iiitimuiummiim umummmuuumum uuuiuuuuuuu immwiiK Frank P Burke one of the trusted employes of the Kentucky Irish American has been confined to his home oc Seventeenth street since Monday A complication of ailments brought about an ulceration of his throat The ulcer was lanced yesterday and Mr Burkes many friends in the A O H and Y M I will be pleased to hear of his speed recovery Miss Teresa A Smith of St Charles Marion county and Prof Edward G Douds of St Marys College will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony on June 16 Tbe ceremony will be per formed at St Charles The brideelect is the daughter of the late Ben Smith and is one of the most popular ladies in the county Prof Douds occupies the chair of mathematics at St Marys Mr and Mrs Henry Michael celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of their marriage on Sunday High mass was celebrated in their honor at St Boniface church and the Rev Father Ubaldu Webersinke who married them officiated at the jubilee mass and gave them holy communion Their six children were present and also approached the sacrament as did the aged mothers of Mr and Mrs Michael A banquet was served at their home 315 Hast Walnut street and many handsome presents were given the happy couple Mr Michael 19 a member of the firm of Volz Michael of 406 West Market street The young ladies and gentlemen of the Good Will Social Club enjoyed a pleasant outing at Frisbies Grove on Silver Creek last Sunday Plenty of refresh ments were served and everyone did jus tice to the viands Those in the party were Misses Marie Brennan Josephine Kenealey Nellie Kiley Lillian Faust Katherine Kenealey Evelyn Moeller Anna and Mayme Sullivan Mary and Tillie Cuuiffe and Messrs John Stuart Andy Riley Martin Robertson William Baldwin Tom Filburn John Karman Corneilus McBarron Herman Hayes Joseph Kelrow and John Riley IRISH ADMIRAL HONORED Chile South America has erecteda monument to Admiral OHiggins an Irishman and the founder of the Chilean navy The bouse in which he lived is to be preserved at Government expense HAVE LITTLE HOPE The many friends of Mrs Sarah Potter will regret to learn that she is critically HI at her home 1527 West Walnut street and there is but small hope for her recovery She is nearly seventy years old and to this is attributed her illness LIGHTNING HIT SCHOOL During the storm Thursday afternoon ightning struck the wires leading into St Louis Bertrands parochial school hall A fire started near tbe roof and the ire department was summoned The lames were extinguished before the firemen arrived and the damage to the chool was trivial Eighty children were in the building at the time They were icing instructed for their first commun on by the Rev Father Clark O P He held the attention of the children until all danger was over and there was never auy danger of a panic among them- CHEERFULNESS Cheerfulness is one of the great miracle workers of the world It reenforces the whole man doubles and trebles his power and gives new meaning to his life No man is a failure until he bat lust his heerfnluess his optimistic outlook The man who carries a smiling face and keeps heerful in the midst of discouragements when things go wrong when the Way is dark and doubtful in sure to win FONTAINE FERRYPARK I THE PARK BEAUTIFUL WEEK OF JUNE 3 Uptodate bill of ALLSTAR VAUDEVILLE William Rock Alma Youlan and Eight Lotus Girls Martini Max Mlllan Wilson Bros Wynne Winslow Fredo do Dare Klnedrome ERLANGER AND HIS BAND Two Free Concerts Dally at 290 and 8 p m NEW ROLLER RINK Dally Sessions at 280 and 8 p m New and novel devices added weekly making thUs the favorite family resort of Louisville ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parcpts Free t t It It It Curab Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS OF PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on tbe market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST It It It It When on the Water Wagon try a bottle of Coca=Cola Then youll- understand At all good Bars Orocerles sad Stands Ogre your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the J nverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Cpurves Preparatory De partmell IIIrKe Swimming 1001 Well Uquippep Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dir BOSQUET PANQMAN I The wedding of Miss Bertha Bosquet and Clement A Fangman will be solemn ized at St Matys church at 0 oclock Thursday morning The brideelect is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Bosquet and is a young lady of many charming graces and bas been much admired in Catholic society circles Mr Fangman holds a responsible position with the Big Store After the ceremony a reception will be held at tbe home of the brides parents 2028 Floyd street SURPRISE CLUB The Surprise Club will be entertained- at the home of Mrs Patrick Giltuane 062 Portland avenue Friday evening rune 8 A pleasant time is assured all who attend Ice cream will be served following the euchre games M DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITUREof Wm F Mayer 119 WEST MARKET ST Have Your Prescription Filled la TORIC LENSES Mounted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of Louisville Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOK INVISIBLE BIFOCAL for Kentucky Ca B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirion SI Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Ca SCHNEIDER J DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 Jefferson StreetOTTO E YENT Proprietor iorae Phone 4715 Curab u3o KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chit men a specialty Elegant shrouds meade to order at reasonable prices All calls nswered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 240rt Payne St Scrubbing brushes should not be left after use with the bristles turned up else the dampness from them will run into the body of the brush and loosen he bristles in their sockets N = O O N N 0 N N Of Cgs Qth tI yv tt 1a toI S N N G = enSlSSS8g a = J u Q NLf a sZ1 tIdTO G n cfiai = c t4 o GIg IU gtl Desr t Jru to wc u 0f- IIJ r t7ti qqit Hy 0 u lotB Z = c8III cuc lot GJ = = ri III liv ro as 5u E eoi g E o 3 Wu idtoiAw a 8 =torn rib a = 0 a to C iiiaco e= Co Gda O OQ + ar- AN ss iCu w W to In U CoIJ v uur C O to I b4 t I4l1r 8 E i ffi td AqJS tfi C 5 sr 50 4 a = ctd InUrn IncQ 0 5d eIII Q rnII r z = Q e Q e2J 0 Ct TOZ cffi iif Qe gt V Q Ag QG 5Q toe i In c 0C tJtdI IIIi= rd E y LL g i i = 8 a pro ss tr vLL rtG l pvi + =I IaL cw 0III cWoc s id IN 5 u uc toD ass5 1 = 1- fttrJz TT 1 IJ s cu 1f5 i I N N NS i ic u C U o n 11 G I u- I D j i r r N- 7I RF NTUOKY XRJSa RIoI work just iHI I DANIEL DOUGHERTY Both Night W Market St Bet LLLLItt IH+IiI I I II luIul IHMlHI I I I I I I I I I II I 111 I THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365eAll calls promptly attended to day night Car ruge furnished for all occasions 1226 W MARKET ST PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 535 EAST 7tI STREETWith the assistance of my sons will the undertaking business of late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J STRAUBttJ E TRACY L H 363ttC BOTH PHONES TRACY STRAUB DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carrl STREETShort Gran W Smiths Son9 SMITH Proprietor i Y Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Notice 809 JEFFERSON STREETr TELEPHONE 810 r OFFICE 8TO6 HOURS SUNDAYS I TO 12 IIDONTDental YOU done WANT for the least money Will Please You We are responsible and do as we advertise All work guaranteed I DR J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co for its bigbgrnde quality you will find x our DIAMOND WALL PLASTER We that only the best is good enough for our trade and take great care that every sack of plaster that leases our mill is perfect in quality and the best Also Wan Plaster Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 Kentucky Wall Plaster Go BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville KY PflfR M ANDRIOT SONS S WAGON MAIUFACTIJRER8- A N Cwt lhNkIAraIdMTkitl 1I IdN9 207 WEST eREEN STREET s a n tit t t I It I It It t J Funeral Director and Embalmer Phones 2998 Carriages FurUih d All Occasions- All CIIi Answered Promptly Dir or 1231 12th and 13th I 1 I 1 J or HOME FUNERAL tINI continue my BARRETT FUNERAL AL Short W 9 H1 believe operating Hoosier L WALL PAPER Will furnish good paper neat pat terns and paper 5foot rooms sides and ceilings for J350 smaller rooms in proportion selection from 35 patterns all colors 9 and 16inch borders Will furnish and put up rail in 15foot rooms complete for 2 O to 3 Have picture rail all kinds R Me CULLEY Seventh and OaK Home Phone 6225 Cum south 2383z PHOENIX HILL MlOpen for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings gteatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult tbe mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 VV GREEN T AMONG THE BREAKERS The Y M I Dramatic Club of New Haveu went to Hodgenvllle Sunday night and presented the drama Among the Breakers for the benefit of the Catholic church in that town The per formance was given at the CourtHouse and the building was packed A week before the same company presented the play at Lebanon Junction The 50 real ized was donated to the Catholic church about to be built there REMAND UNION LABEL The three local councils of the Young Mens Institute lave made it a rale to have the printers union label OH all printing Many of the V M L memo hersare tinioa mea themselves and all believe la fair wager Rod reasonable orkipg boar 1 IJ 1 0- a GIVE US YOURORDE 1II OFFICE 326 WEST FAMILY OUTING St Aloysius Debt Society Will Celebrate at Phoe nix Hill A family outing under the auspices of I St Aloysius Debt Society will be given 1 at Fbccuix Hill Park on Monday June 25 From 3 until 5 oclock euchre games will be in progress and many handsome prizes will be awarded Supper will be served for fifteen cents and dancing will be the feature of the evening Tbe ladies of the society are working as hard for success as the men In the event of rain the outing will not be postponed since there are ample indoor accommodations for aH The affair is in charge of the following committee John McGovern General Manager James Dngan TreasnrerMartin Minogue William Cushing Patrick Con nanghton Willliam Otte Peter Linsky Charles Horrigan Dennis Minogue Jos Welch Jerry Sheehan Dr Frank S Clark Patrick Rilloran William Linsky Peter Broomfield Mike Sheehan Alex Veeneman Jr Joseph Gillesple Michael Kelly John J Sullivan Sr Michael Keany James Hillericb and Henry A Veeneman GRANDOPPICERS elected by Knights of St John Are Excellent Men The election of officers of the Grand Commandery of the Knights of St John was held atSt Martins school hall Sun day afternoon Those chosen were Spiritual irectorRlght Rev Bishop McCloskeyPresident William Rueff First VicePresident Thomas Graf Second Vice PresidentJacob Weiss SecretaryClemens Wiegand TreasurerHenry Felheelter BergeantatArmsFred Brinkhaus DelegatesBen Schrader and A B WeldekampWilliam the new President has been an active member of tbe order for many years and the honor is worthily bestowed The two delegates will attend tbe supreme convention at Buffalo June 2428 GERMAN CATHOLICS Or mplrcStateHeld Conven tlon at Syracuse This Week The tew York branch of the Federa tion of German Catholic Societies held its State convention in Syracuse on Sun day Monday and Tuesday More than l500 delegates took part in the delibera tions and every section of the Empire State was represented The convention was inaugurated with a mamm oth street parade Sunday morning and between 2500 and 3JOOO men were in line Several IrishAmerican societies joined in the parade and were given positions of honor Sunday afternoon the visitors were welcomed to Syracuse by Mayor Alan C Forbes and N J Peters Chairman of the Fest Committee Sunday night the Right Rev Bishop Ludden and several priests addressed the delegates Business ses sions were held Monday and Tuesday but parts of each day were devoted to social affairs HONOR FOR WALSH Tbe alumni of St Marys College will bold their annual meeting at the college on the evening of Tuesday June 12 After the business matters have been disposed of all will sit down to an elaborate banquet Thomas Walsh of this city well known as an attorney and poet will respond to the toast Musical Poetry Those who know Mr Walsh will realize that he will handle his sub ject intelligently and well TWELVE INITIATED Twelve new members were initiated by Mackin Council Tuesday night The attendance was large and the work of tbe degree team was both edifying and impressive Nearly the whole evening WM given to the exemplification of the ritual After the initiation brief address es were made by several of the older members and responded to by the younger ones William Pfanmiller who has been eerie ously ill was reported to be improving I Several communications nod bills were givB1 consideration urlg tbe ilef Mt joprior to the Jmitittio J i GOOD WO- RKPrinting FAIR PRICES Kentucky Irish American1II KNIGHTS1 OPi COLUMBUS1 I I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Steps are being taken to organize a council at Lebanon It it is estimated that at lleast 200 gentlemen of Marion county will become members National officers and delegates to the couventiotn at New Haven will be enter tamped at a banquet on Wednesday At least 500 guests will be present Members of the order were the first to organize for the distressed in San Francisco Within a week after the earthquake they had distributed clothing to 5000 men women and children The council at Auburn N Y gave a minstral show last Friday night and realized quite a nice sum The proceeds will be given to the refurnishing fund That council lost all its furniture in a fire several weeks ago The Knights at Green Bay Wis gave a reception in honor of State Deputy John F Martin recently elected at the State convention Knights from Fon du Lac Oskosh Appleton and other surrounding towns attended tbe recep tion WINN WANTED The Local Magnate May Head New Association Tur men ofI The war betweerfthe Western Jockey Club and the American Turf Association closed peacefully Thursday and what might have been tbe ruin of racing in the United States was averted A move is on foot now to unite the two bodies under the name of the United Turf Association Louis Cella who has long fought Matt J Winn has recognized the latters ability and insists that he be made President of the new racing association Mr Winn does not care for the position but his personal friends in the racing game insist that he is the one man to bring order out of chaos Mr Winn is one of Louisvilles most prominent citizens He is one of the leading mer chant tailors and was appointed a memo ber of the Board of Safety by former Mayor Grainger He is also Vice Presi dent and General Manager of the Louis ville Jockey Club In every position of trust he has shown his energy and capa bility FEAST AND FURIES Magnificent Spectacle to Be Presented In This City Feast and Furies a marvelous al fresco spectacular performance will be given at the Louisville Jockey Club Park beginning Monday night June 11 and closing on the following Saturday night It is described as a magnificent exhibi tion of extraordinary high class features Incidental to the movement of the spec tacle there will be brilliant pyrotechnic displays excellent music and COO people In the ensemble Circus and vaudeville turns will help to make the affair attract ive to all The promoters of Feast and Furies claim that It will be the grandest spectacle ever presented to a Louisville audience Since It Iis to be presented during home coming week It Is sure to draw large crowds MERITED PROMOTION Emil Moutb a prominent member of Trinity Council has received notice that his brother Eugene who is in the United Slates army has bees promoted The young soldier is in tile Thirty third Coast Artillery located at Fort Columbia Wash On account of his ability as a marksman be has been appointed gunner His many Louisville friends will be glad to hear of his promotion DIED OP INJURIES An autopsy revealed tbe fact that James J Casey who died at the City Hospital last week had been assaulted instead of having taken poison with suicidal intent as announced in the daily papers He was buried from the residence of bis brother Inlaw Patrick J Welsh 1617 Bayleae avenue FATHER DUNN HOME The Rev William K D 1aO P has returned to thisCity after giving sate eeMfal listiat Stembeaville LtitM tuand soaaenet Ohio 1 r n- t n c rSILVER HILLS Traffic to the Indiana Knobs Is Constantly On the Increase When Louisville people really saw that tbe lid was on last Sunday many of them whiled away their time by A trip to Silver Hills In the delightful ozone of these Indiana knobs 250 to 300 feet above Louisville its noise smoke and dust they spent several pleasant hours These hills are easy of access since tbe Louisville Southern Indiana Traction Company has begun to run its cars to the summit It makes an ideal place for hayfever sufferers to receive at least temporary relief and it will not be long ere sanitariums are erected where sufferers from this inconvenient ailment may secure lodging for tbe summer mouths Travel to Silver Hills is increasing each day and now that vacation is approaching the number of school and Suudayschool picnics will constantly increase Once on the hills tbe prospect is delightful Shakespeare never saw Silver Hills but he must have had something similar in view when he urged people If not content to graze within the park stray lower where the pleasant waters lie Cars leave Third and Market streets every fifteen minutes CENTRAL COMMITTEE A Special Meeting Held and Tickets Were Dis tributed The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held a special meet ing Friday night of last week and the only business discussed was the arrangements for the outing to be held at Fon tame Ferry Park on Thursday June 26 In the absence of President Newton G Rogers Joseph P McGinn occupied the chair Thomas Feely made an urgent plea for all the delegates to encourage the members of their respective branches to sell tickets for the outing Acting President McGinn appointed the following committee to dispose of the tickets among the various branches Representing the Central Committee Thomas Feeley Charles Hill W T Meeban and John Kenney of Jefferson vine Representing the Uniform Rank Jobn Soeder Sr and Jr Ben F Hund and John Letabacb The committee at once began tbe dis tribution of tickets and disposed of 2000 With such an admirable start the affair ought to be A greAt succe- ssGROWING OLD Three Venerable Institutions of Catholic Learning to Celebrate There are few older or more noted educational institutions in the United States than the three Kentucky seats of learning now preparing to celebrate Loretto Academy will hold its ninety fourth annual commencement on Tues day June 12 The graduates will be Misses Nellie Carpenter Denham Mary Edith Wathen Margaret Rose Serey and Nancy Johnson the valedictorian Mother Superior Praxides who is now on an inspection tOUt of the Lorettine houses in Missouri will return borne in time for the commencement Nazareth Academy will hold its ninety second commencement at 930 oclock Thursday morning June 14 and St Marys College for boys its eightyfifth annual commencement on Wednesday June 13 Special trains will carry many Louisville visitors to each of these gala affairs FONTAINE FERRV PARK Erlangers Band will be one of tbe attractions at Fontaine Perry Park next week Like Rosati Henry Erlinger is a young man butjin accomplished must cianolaMa youth he was a soloist under the great LiberatI and gradually won his way to fame He now heads a band of forty pieces but continues to be a cornet soloist His programmes are a combination of classic and popular music and never fall to please Miss Beatrice Fisher a Chicago girl who received her education in Europe will appear as prima don at the concerts afternoon and evening The vaudeville ordlssryT11tYoulla and the eight Lpttw girls Rock I beAyer1 17 ikLtik FRfiNK FEHR o WING601 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DRINK- Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNBe ACKERMAN BI23 wINi C01tIPANYXNOORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 rocxervxr rxB XY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE 1380 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone Haiti 1913 cprjrHZt WIEDEMANNBREWING r 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 DIERSENSFINE DARK BEETelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN Bt FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 1 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY s JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER r 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY HUNOLD DEAUJR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phnne 4330 540 W WALNUT I S36OOTO Denver Colorado Springs and- Pueblo AND RETURN FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Henderson Route Correspondingly low rates to all other Summer Resorts Ask for information J H Gallagher Trav Pass Agent L J Irwin Germ Pass Agent Louisville Ky two theatrical performances and two corcerts each day- PENTECOST SUNDAY Tomorrow will be Pentecost the day set apart by the Church to commemorate tbedeeceatof the Holy Ghott upon the apostles and disciples Today the vigil of the fcaatlsa fast day of obligation In many crojegatloMnovenaa are being made la tenor of the Holy Ghost t e All the new spring styles and jfaspe can be found here at reasonable prices HENRY AAIJJ1 1PULSP U DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Appmt WORK GUARANTEED Phone 1635 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies Specialty BLIIEGRR8Sl EXCHANGEI f LOUIS WABNITZ 00n Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET HERRMANN BROS IK1OI1XRS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal era In Finest Brands of Zen tucky Whlskleee8p- elaHyFEARLOFNELSQl MOTTLltD IN BeND j Tatliihtm If4I2J4 Skit Simih L 1 KENTUCcy IRISH AMERfjAN =J 1 THE BIG STORE 1iI I Suggests that you buy that Outing Suit that areyouquarter and half lined the pants are cut in f shin pegstyle They are the kind that will att5 750 1012 15 and 20 IX 1J j THE BIG STORE MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 Market St I Fourth and I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 II 1 111 H1 +I d11f161Il I 1 4 1 11 1 H I I 1 1 H H 1 1j BEDDING PLANTSWe bave tbe largest and most complete stock of Roses Geraniums Cannas Vines in the city Our prices are right Order at once a few of our x TOMATO PLANTS JACOB SCHULZBoth Phones 223 644 FOURTH AVENUE GREENHOUSES 1325 CHEROKEE RD Both Phonds 984 4 di1IFh t H HI1 1 1 1 11 I I 1 I I d4iIIII I di- N N 1 1 1 1 HI I 1 1 1 1 1 11 L F ++ 1t +t t t t t t t t t + t t t + SPRING OARPETSTOCKS AT THEIR BEST ROOM SIZE RUGSENORMOUS LINE Our buying capacities unable us to secure great advantages You share these advantages by buying from us I HUBBUGH BROS WestI 524 528 West 1 Market St 1 i VISIT OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT + t t t t t t + + SS I me ciias oogers BOOK GolI I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES tI TO SUIT EVERY TASTE +I fGivefinest of their kind in the city BOOKS ARTICLESf IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION + 2134 W refierson Streit + 8S SS it WHY SHOULDNT A MAN havingintbe particular kind of music be likes best and have it whenever he wants it YOU SAY Because be hasnt the time and patience to learn to play the piano WE SAY He doesnt have to learn to play the piano Not this one The FarrandCecilian Pianofor he or anyone else can play it play any music desiredClassical Operatic Dance Music Rag Time or Popularand play it withexpression and feeling too even though he be knows nothing about music or piano playing Sound strange but its all true nevertheless The Farraud CeciHan is a higb grade upright piano with a brilliant clear sweet tone and with the mechanism of the metal action CeciHan Piano Player built inside the case Price 675 Easy payments I MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO 3C5OSO FOURTH AVENUE rLLLLLLLLLLLLLLf tootfofft tAt t t t i BANNON President54 II3 PREMIUMS WITH MY NEW r BLEND COFFEE I 44pltcaTta Set with 60 lbs t100 place Dinner Set with 140 Ibs Rocking Chair with 50 Ibs 110pleci Toilet Set with 60 Ibs Here the simple proposition Ask your friends to give trial orders for so many pounds at 20c per pound When you have sold the number of pounds required according to the premium list published here send them to me I wilt put up each order as directed aDd ship to you select I guarantee this coffee to be fresh roasted dally and to give satisfaction r refund your money Once tried always used Call or write for further InformationMULLOY ROASTER tI 1333 Q14 V lARKEr 8rREET t1 H+H1 1 11 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 Htl1 1 l HII 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 fo 1THoePhone VB7ve77TA 411 A jjP MJ BANNON VlcePres Oenl Mgr H M WOLTRING Secretary COFFEE R ITreasurerI it F Banm Sewer Pipeii- Salt g0j Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Baimons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Co Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BricR Pipe hue Lining ire prickFircPreefiBGrate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chlmaey Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SidewalK BricK OFFICE 808512 W JEFFERSONT- stupaoNe573 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth n TELBPUONB 2833 taeeM PlNiau OR J TV- eterinary CHA WKS Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFICum PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hams Caged Fersui DeHrere OffICE JtlFIMAIYAIIISIQEIH FGltEfIOl1II W WAYjfJ eeee4 eee+ e en2 ee e e 1 HALFPRICE DRESS SKIRT SALE1 have held a succession of Skirt sales within the past few months and noneI IWeare to be compared in point of value giving with this sale now in height of I reputeTcharacter as will be instantly recognized All the latest most desirable and serviceable materials are represented in a great diversity of the seasons preferred styles Come now and make your selections We are positive that 0vecan interest you for better values than we offer at following prices are yet to be created Mail orders theII I 600 Skirts now f I 1000 Skirls now 0 OO e What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes should soon commence for the next initiation Divisions Ii and t will not meet nnti l week after next when there will besctne thing doing Division 1 of Buffalo held its sixteenth annual ball and as usual gave the pro ceeds to St Patricks church of that city A friendly rivalry as to which division will sell the largest number of ticket would benefit each and attract an enormous crowd to the outing The Kentucky Irish American wrl I throw open its doors during home coming week and visiting Hibernians can make this office their The Iowa State convention will be held at on August 22 Local members are arranging to treat thevisit ors royally and will take tbem to many nearby points of interest Wheeling divisions are big reception for the delegates to the Vest Virginia State convention which will convene In that city in July More that 100 delegates will be present The sale of tickets for ourannual out ing should be pushed vigorously Lae- year the attendance was oyer120001 and with united rffort the crowd1 will be the largest of the season at Fontaine Ferry ParkReports from Division Vindicate that the movement for its upbuilding icon in earnest The members have now agood chance to show in the front rank and on all sides it is hoped they will takead van Uge of their Kentuckys State convention will beheld at Paris the first week in September Many members are anxious that the County Board arrange for an excursion to the Bluegrass section andthe pretty capital of Bourbon county Monday night distribute large numbers of tickets for the outing at Fontaine Ferry Park on June 2I Much business of importance will come before this meeting and President Welsh urges all members to be present Miss Mary Sheridan wilt preside at the meeting of the ladies Auxiliary next Wednesday evening She returnedt last week from the North and East where she visited several auxiliaries Miss Sher idan will impart some interesting as well as amusing information and those who can should attend Division land the Ladies Auxiliary of Rockland Mass jointly celebrated their anniversaries Reports of the State Secretary of the auxiliary showed that there are 12796 members In tbe State Cur ing the past year 29297 was expended for sick and death benefits and a balance of flO25440i remains in the treasury National President James E Dolan was tbe principal speaker at the Hibernian celebration at on Wednes day evening Members of tbe order held their annual field day that afternoon when 40000 people were in attendance Former President Maurice F Wilhere presided and other speakers were Editor Haltigan of tbe National Hibernian and Prof James C Monaghan of the Depart ment of Commerce and Labor There are 15000 members of the order in the Quaker City LARGE CLASS About eighty children will receive first holy communion at the Cathedral at 7 oclock on Trinity Sunday June 10 The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will administer the sacrament of confirmation to the same class at the 0 oclock mass The children have been instructed and prepared for these sacraments by the Rev Father George QUITS FIGHTING The that Dr T H Baker had given up hope of being Postmaster of Louisville caused much surprise among Is friends He bu made a capable bCScIal and itwgs predicted that be would be retained romte A 598 750 Skirts now 1200 Skirts now FI JNSO43MARKET i 10 HIBERNIANS Arrangements headquarters Emmetsburg preparing opportunity Divisiom3will Philadelphia CATHEDRAL SchuhtnannD announcement reappointed t1blh 398 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month MulloyViceClines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee InaD Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasnrerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran SecretaryJosephTLynchFinancial DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorgi J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wedu es MonthtMurphyViceRecording SecretaryFrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer Williaa J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro I DIVISION 1 JEPPBRSONVILLHI- Keets on the First and Third Tuesday at Frans Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleaso- nVieePtesidentMfchael Breen Treasurer Louis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy rp Financial Secretary John Kinney MurphyDoorkeeperEugene Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y 3WC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street RaidyFirstJ Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana banFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella but has merely ceased fighting The leading candidate against him is Louis C Humphrey a newspaperman The other candidates to date are Frank C Nunemacher James F Grinstead Robert E Wood George F Wood Mrs Sallie Marshall Hardy Capt W G Foree and Louis ODonnell CORNER STONE LAID The Most Rev Henry Moeller Arch bishop of Cincinnati officiated at the laying of the cornerstone of St Gabriels church at Gledale Ohio last Sunday The church is of Roman architecture 110 feet deep by fiftytwo feet wide and surmounted by a tower ninety feet high The Rev Robert G Connor is pastor of the flourishing parish Great crowds came from all over Ohio to witness the ceremonies which were of an imposing nature and were witnessed by tbonands of Protestants as well as Catholic ENJOYING VACATION Among the members of the police force who are enjoying vacations are Detective William J Sullivan Corporal James Collins Officers Maurice Dooling John Gallagher and Steve Condley CKlr ATbe Catholic Knight of America offer you a safe life insurance Why do you hesitate to join them Write to President Felix Gandin New Orleawi iLa9f to Secretary AatbeBy Mstre MermodJaccard Rtuldivz LSt Ltwl M- oi 498 698 I I I I I I i t I i i t IRELAND Record of the Host Important o t the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Nothing further has transpired iii regard to the negotiations of the Shirley estate Tbe meeting held in May did not arrive at any conclusion as to the terms of purchase to be offered While going to the Dundalk races a young man named James McCann from i Gkstletown road was kdocked down by a car and so sererely injured that he had jto be removed to the infirmary Coroner Sellars held an inquest on the body of Mary Anne Murphy who died suddenly at her residence at Temple town Dr Flnegan attributed death to heart disease and the jury found a ver dict accordingly successful two weeks mission has just been concluded in the parish of Ematris by Fathers McCarthy and Cus sen Immense numbers availed them selves oft its benefits many people com ingifrora theadjbining parishes While James Roe and another man were engaged iin driving a bull into a shed near Gastlebcllingbam the animal turned upon and attacked them furiously Roe had his head seriously hurt andwas sent to the Imtb infirmary The small number of criminal offenses which occur in the County Monaghan often causes thoughtful people to wonder why there is not a further reduction of the local police force and how is it the present Government will not take action to havescores oft country barracks abol ished throughout Ireland The tenants on the estate of the Rev Canon Hnines Fbrster near Clones have received intimation that the owner is willing to sell at terms similar to those of the Rossmore estate The owners of Newblissestate have also expressed their willingness to come to terms with the tenants who made an offer some weeks agoThe Most R w Dr Magenuis Bishop of Kiltnorediedal bis residence in Cavan on Wednesday evening May 16 in the sixtieth yeorof his age and the nineteenth ofhSuepiscopate The deceased prelate wasan eminent theologian an eloquent and forcible preacher and a wise and pru dent administrator Nearly every parish in the diocese can bear testimony to tbe unostentatious practical work which he advised ov carried out in the cause of education and religion Until his health broke down he traveled regularly to Mow aghau to attend the meetings of tbe cava and Monaghan Asylum Boardof which institution he was a governor and he displayed a truly charitable anxiety for the care and treatment of the afflicted inmates Bishop Magennis was educated at Cavan Seminary and Maynooth Col legeWhen it became known that tbe vener able parish priest of Clones now Right Rev Monsignor ONeill bad been resist d to the dignity of Domestic Prelate to His Holiness the Pope there was great rejoic ing among nis friends in the Diocese of Clogher Slid elsewhere As this year is the fiftieth since Canon ONeiirs ordina tion to the sacred ministry andhia golden jubilee in the priesthood this special mark of recognition from the ecclesiasti cal superiors is singularly appropriate Clones Catholics regard with gratitude and pride the great achievements of Canon ONeill in their midst The mag nificent church of the Sacred Heart the convent schools the presbytery and the boys school have all been built and equipped through the exertions of Mon signor ONeill and will remain a lasting monument of his zeal for the advancement of religion aud education FRENCH CONSUL Michael Herrmann tbe local French Consul is in New York assisting at the ceremonies attendant upon the christen tnKof the French steamer La Provence XbIs steamer beat all records across the Atlantic on her recent voyage The New York agents of the steamship COl- Dpany have invited the French Consuls in be principal cities if the United States tiPIvjilt a I 0 + t t t t t I GREATSALE AND REXMATTRESSES Pat Sept 1 1003 Oct 11 REX Guarantee The material in this Mattress is secured in position stitches and will retain its form It is positively become lumpy None lour registered trade mark T Chas A This mattress is made in face no tufts visible Ticking Itufts to collect dirt and vermin Constructedf art scientific t JAMES425 427 429 E J s atl= tMATTRESSESQUICK I BE SURE I I IlOf IS 1 I mt s H McKenna oJF F 3d339IiIIIITHI 1 1 1 I IMPORTERS 1 1 11 H I 1 1 lIt 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ii HIGH r IMPORTERS 1- iii Office Warerooms 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 IH I 1 H 1 I Ii I 1 a 6NOS and MAIN But Bet In World Awarded first at the St 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