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F o r KENTUCKY VOLUtVIE XVINO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 91906 PRICE FIVE CENT DEDICATED 1 Now Home oi Knights of Columbus Is Formally Taken Over Grand Gathering of Clergy and Laymen Held at New Haven Week of Business anti Social Functions Combined in Old Town CARDINAL GIBBONS WAS PRESENT The grandest gathering of distinguished Catholics ever seen in New England took place this week when the Knights of Columbus held their annual convention at New Haven Conn Distinguished churchmen as well as laymen were in the gathering and the central figure was his Eminence Cardinal Gibbons The his toric old town put on gala attire in hopor of the visitors and there never was an hour that something was not doing to sho the guests a good time The advance guard arrived on Sunday Every train brought Knights from some quarter and committees were on hand to meet every train Monday the great influx of visitors began and before night fall 15000 Knights had invaded the town The entire day was given over to receptions and social affairs The con vention proper opened on Tuesday when an allday business session was held In the evening graud ball was given at the Second Regiment armory Thousands of Knights and their ladies made the scene a brilliant one Cardinal Gibbons arrived on Monday morning and was given a royal welcome by the Knights who escorted him to the City Hall where Mayor Studley delivered the formal address of welcome The Cardinal replied in a befitting manner and complimented the part work of the order he had come to honor His Emi nence presided at the dedicatory cere monies at the new national hall on Wednesday afternoon Many other dis tinguished churchmen took part in this function Morgan J OBrien of the New York judiciary delivered the oration which was a masterpiece of diction and eloquence The other speakers were Judge Victor Dowling of New York and the lIon William R Breen of Indiana At least 60000 visitors witnessed the dedicatory ceremonies but not onefourth of that number were within hearing dis tance of the addresses- In the evening a banquet was heldand toasts were responded to by Senators Carter of Montana and Gearin of Oregon Joseph Mercier of Montreal B F Frisby of Mexico City and the Hon George Monaghan of Detroit all mem bus of the order The convention closed Friday with an exemplification of the fourth degree The various chairs were occupied by some of the most distinguished State Deputies in the country In the afternoon a parade of the fourth degree members was held Connecticut Massachusetts Providence New York and Philadelphia were largely represented in the parade The new building erected at a cost of 200000 has the most advantageous situation in New Haven It has a front age of sixtyone feet and is 100 feet deep Steel and stone were used in its con struction and it is regarded as thoroughly fireproof It is four stories high The lower floors will be used as stores Twenty modernly equipped office rooms a large council chamber and four connected t anterooms will occupy the second floor The offices are so constructed and so large that some of them may be leased to local councils for permanent club quar ters The third floor will not be occupied for the present The entire fourth floor will be used by the Supreme officers and their clerks If the order continues to grow as rapidly as in the past five years it will soon become necessary to use the third floor also- Kentucky Knights were represented at the national gathering by Messrs Jamesi J Fltz erald Robert A Watson and P H Callaban all of Louisville Like good Catholics the convention wasi opened with a Pontifical mass at St Johns church Cardinal Gibbons occupied a throne tn the sanctuary and the 1 Right Rev Bishop Conaty of Los Ange les preached the sermon The report of National Secretary Dan iel Colwell showed an income of f722600 for the year which with the balance from last year brought the total income to 1026027 The disbursements were 150376 leaving a balance of 1509652 M s PARTICULARI COUNCIL vin1centmeeting at Francis Hall in the basement- of the Cathedral ou Monday sight Matters of great Importance are to be discussed and President Campbell desires a full attendance of the members 1 CHILD IBADLY HURT James Kilkelly the threeyearold son of JamM f Kilkelly of 1661 Prentice street was knocked dowa and terioiwly injured by a rallk wagon at Eighteenth and Prentice streets The little fllow- aad his Iyerold sitter Leos were VJL IJ on an errand from home and in crossing Prentice street a milk wagon was driven rapidly around the corner The boy was knocked down and two wheels passed over his abdomen but the little girl escaped injury The driver of the wagqn picked the injured child up but the lit tie fellow was unable to stand He was removed to his home where medical attention was summoned While not out of danger his condition has improved perceptibly HARD WORK Macklns Members Hustling For Success at Their Outing The Picnic Committee of Mackin Council met Saturday night and the various subcommittees reported prog ress The tickets are being disposed of so rapidly that it may become necessary to print an additional 10000 Barney J Flynn was the first member to dispose of all his tickets and turn in the cash He was given a Y M 1 button offered for those who disposed of a certain number of tickets Mr Plynn took another bunch of tickets and will work to secure a watch charm MM Shaughnessy who represents the council in the South End stated that the Limerick Socials had decided to attend the outing at Fontaine Ferry Park June 21 in a body Each of the committees made favorable reports on the progress of work HUSTLING MEETING Division 3 Inaugurates Campaign to Secure New Members A hustling business meeting of Divis ion 3 A 0 H was held Monday night President Welshvkept things moving in rapidfire orderand all were pleased with the celerity with which business was dis patched The attendance was good con sldering the forbidding weather condi tious and five new members were elected They will be presented for obligation at the next meeting The election of dele gates and alternates was confirmed tick ets for the annual outing were distributed among those present and community tions were read by Secretary Coleman It was determined to inaugurate a movement for increasing the membership and Martin Sheehan D J Coleman and George J Butler were appointed mem bers of a campaign committee to under take the work Capt Tom Riley and President John Mulloy were visitors from Division 1 and the former made a nice talk for the annual outing and the bene fits the order should derive therefrom National Director Butler followed in an excellent address advocating unity and harmony in all Hibernian undertakings Secretary Dan Doughertys announce went that the receipts of the evening amounted to 115 and that there was at present 1051 in the treasury created much good feeling GOD AND COUNTRY Subject of Address Delivered Before Mackin Council Tuesday The intellectual features of Mackin Councils meeting Tuesday night chbwed that interest in this class of work was increasing George J Ltcutz advocated the organization of a choir as an adjunct to the organization He pointed out what the Social Club had done and rea soned that among 500 members at least 10 per cent ought to possess voices capable of development If a choir was formed t would prove an agreeable feature and might eventually prove a source of revenue On his motion Sam Robertson Leslie Quiukert and Prof Feliswere appointed to organize the choirClarence Zook made the address of the evening an epitpme of Catholicity in the United States He bandied his sub ject intelligently and it was well received In his opening remarks Mr Zook iterated an axiomIIVOU can not love a thing you do not know From this he showed that unless Catholics were thoroughly conversant with the history of their Church and country they could not have the proper reverence for them He dwelt on the motto of the order For God for country Next he took up the different enterprises of Mackin how it had developed the brawn muscle and social propensities but until lately had neglected the intellectual benefits I Mr Zook next presented American his tory and told About the settlement at Jamestown Va in 1607 the first settle went of English speaking people in what is now the United States The event will be duly celebrated with an exposition at Jamestown to be opened May 15 next year The navies and troops of the world will be represented but the United States will make a showing as Tjood as any The speaker talked along this line and showed how Catholics bad always taken a prominent part in the history of our country THIS SOUNDS WELLIMayor McClellan of New York will sail for J arope on June 26 and will be gone two months Daring the interim a geatleman with the euphonious name of PatrickUcGowam will bs Hayor pro tern of the great Aberieaa metropolis P WELCOMEK- entucky Bids Her Wandering Sons and Daughters Return Feasts and Functions Arranged For Homo Coming Week Pleasant Plans Prepared For Visitors From Many v States FEATURES OF THE NEXT WEEK Tomorrow will be the first day of home coming week and a great week jbutj ren 60000 strong are expected to return jfor the feast prepared for them not necessarily like the prodigal ion but jjust the same the fatted calf will be killed j wanderers From the jSandyOhio to the Cumberland the people will rise in glad acclaim to sing a welcome jhome This State boasts 119 counties many of them larger than this Jefferson county Every one of these counties has lost several sons and daughters to other States It is generally agreed that 600 000 sons have wandered from Kentucky jinto other fields of action Conservative estimates make it appear that 10 percent or 6000 will be here for the i home coming What a week It will be The laborer will lay aside his muckrake and the editor will drop his pen to show the visitors over the city But Louisville will not be the whole show The Kentucky homecomers willvisit the mountain counties the Bluegrass Beargrass Pennyrile and Purchase Catholic Protestant and Jew will be given- a hearty handshake in their old homes Of course the main interest will center around Louisville It is hete that the public celebrations will be held The only exception will be the laying of the cornerstone of the new Capitolwhich will take place at Frankfort on Saturday Many distinguished Kentuckians and former Kentuckians will attend that celebrationIt superfluous to reiterate that the new armory at Sixth and Walnut streets will be the general headquarters for information as well as entertainment The entire city will be deco rated by day and illuminated by night The first formal function will be held at j the armory on Wednesday The Hon jHenry Watterson will deliver the address of welcome He will be followed by Gov Beckham and Mayor Panl C Barth The Hon David R Francis of St Louis will respond in behalf of the visitors In the afternoon there will be a grand floral parade and a concert by the Philhar monic Society at night Thursday will usberin a series of other interesting events The principle public feature will be the unveiling of the monu ment to Stephen Collins Foster who wrote the song dear to us allliMy Old tKentucky Home On this occasion the Hon Sidney P Redding cf Little Rock will deliver the principal address and a chorus of a thousand school children will sing Posters celebrated song On Friday the statue of Daniel Boone will be unveiled at Cherokee Park and on Saturday Louisville and Frankfort will divide the honors in entertaining the guests Sunday will be the last day of the home comiug festivities but all the guests will be welcome to stay as long as they desire The Catholic Knights of America will have headquarters at the Catholic Womans Club Walnut street near Fourth during the week and all visiting members of the order will be welcome The dally papers the current magazines and other excellent literature will be on hand Tie Kentucky Irish American will welcome all its friends and patrons who call during the week whether they are from Kentucky or some other State With Thomas Davis we can say Come in the evening or come In the morning Come when youre looked for or come without warning Kisses and welcome youll find here before you And the oftener you come here the more well adore you SARTO INITIATES Visitors From Louisville and Other Towns Given Welcome Sarto Council Y M L of Owensboro held an Initiation last Sunday and eighteen candidates received the three degrees Among the distinguished visitors present were Supreme TrusteeJ J Barry of New Haven Grand Vice President Albert F Martin Grand Secretary and Treasurer Edwin C Dawson and Grand Director Joseph L Lenihan The exem plification of the ritual given by the degree team was excellent Pied W Arnold WM at the helm and SAW that everything moved with the precision ef clockwork while Lavoga Clemens so Instructor played hU part in a superior manner The ceremonies lasted from 230 oclock until 630 On leaving Daw son Hall where the initiatory exercises were held the members of the councilt accompanied by the visitors from Knotts rills and Louisville marched to Sarto elegantbanquetacquitted himself admirably as toast master and won many encomiums for his wit and forethought The banquet was prepared and serVed by the Young Ladies Auxiliary of Sarto aRgregation found in Kentucky The young ladies who are members of the dramatic club were seated at a table with the young men who also affiliate with the club Toastmaster Clemens and each of the speakers paid tribute to the grace and beauty of the fair hostesses Grand Vice President Martin of Louis ville complimented Sarto Council on its good work and said that afterseeing such a gathering of lovely girls he did not blame Gov Beckham forgoing to Owens boro for a wife- President Lenihan of Satolli Council was the second speaker He told of a j visit to Gethsemane Abbey where was so much impressed that he had serious thoughts of entering there for jlife Now that he bad seen Owensboro and its girls he wanted to make his home jin that city Edwin C Dawson and John J Barry also made addresses and latter told the girls he still wanted some one to help him edit the New Haven Echo Robert Gore of Sarto Council recited se eral poems and the banquet closed with the Y M I hymn all joining in the choru- sSILVER JUBILEE Rev Father Charles Curran- Is TwentyFive Years- a Priest The Rev Father Charles Curran pastor of Holy Trinity church New Albany will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination next Monday He will officiate at the solemn high mass while the Right Rev Bishop Denis ODonaghue D D of Indianapolis and many clergy of the diocese will be present at the ceremonies Father Curran was born in New York State fortynine years ago but when quite a young man he removed to Indiana He entered St Meinrads abbey and studied for the priesthood There he was ordained by tbeRight Rev Bishop Chatard June 11 1831 He labored on several missions in Southern Indiana for a short time and was then appointed rector of Holy Trinity church to succeed the late Father Kelly of blessed memory Since assuming charge of that parish he has become universally popular and his silver jubilee will be well attended RECENT DEATHS Mrs Catherine McCormack aged fifty five years died suddenly Monday after noon at the home of Mrs William Butler 810 Cawtbon street She was a native of Ireland but had spent the greater part of her life in this city Her funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday morning J D McDaniel the photographer and his family have the sympathy of the entire community on account of the death of his daughter Miss Lonie G McDaniel n young lady of many charm ing graces She was to have graduated from the High School next week and would have become a bride in the latter part of this month Martin J Quinlan aged fortyfour years and wellknown throughout the city died Tuesday at the home of his mother Mrs Alice Quinlan 2320 West Chestnut street The funeral tool place from St Charles Borromeo chur Thursday Rev Father Raffo conducting the solemn ceremonies which were attended by a large circle of sorrowing friends and acquaint antesMrs Katie R Smith aged twentytwo years died at her home 1015 West Main street Monday morning The deceased had suffered from a complication of ailments for three months and her death was not unexpected Her husband Frank Smith a tinner in the employ of the L N Railroad Company survives her The funeral took place from St Patricks church Wednesday morning Prior to her marriage the deceased was Miss Katie Savage and was very popular- in the East End The entire community was shocked when it became known that Miss Nell A Lincoln died at her home 1611 Bank street on Monday morning She had been for years a member of St Patricks church choir and took an active interest in all church and charitable work During the past fifteen years Miss Lincoln had been a clerk in the department store of John C Lewis Co She had an acquaintance that extended all over the city and was highly esteemed by allI Her mother Mrs Susan Lincoln two brothers and three sitters survive Death resulted from rbeumatl8mwhich attacked the heart after an illness of eight weeks The funeral took place from St Patricks church Wednesday mornin- gFtDH1dr1TlON The Jefferson County Federation of Cathofic Societies will bold a regular CatholicWt ten of hnporiaMe are to be dUcuwed alMa fun attendance ifl deified 0 GRAND FEAST The Catholic Church Celebrates Corpus Christi Next Thursday Special Day Set Apart to Honor the Body of Our Saviour Dominicans Played Prominent Part in Securing Permanency in Feast NO LONGER HOLYDAY OF OBLIGATION Thursday will be the feast of Corpus Christi no longer a holyday of obligation greatdevotiondedicated to the body of Christ From the beginning of time this feast has been celebrated Under the old law the patriarchs offered figurative sacrifices In the new law the successors of our Saviourand St Peter have observed the celebration The patriarchs shed the blood ofa lamb as a sacrifice Our Saviour Jesus Christ was the sacrifice under the new law and continues to be offered daily on our altars What a transition from a beast to a ManGod the second person of the Blessed Trinity Catholics honor the body of Christ in dayjusting the sign of the cross in all her cere monies and functions Yet just as with the Blessed Trinity Corpus Christi has its own feast In the year 1193 A D a novice in the Convent of the Hospitallers of Mount Cornillon near Liege in Belgium had a vision in which our Divine Lord and Master made it known to her that He would like a particular day set apart for this feast Through timidity she kept her secret for thirty years At last she told her story to a Dominican the Provincial at Liege who afterward BlessedI1264 that the actual celebration was ordained Pope Urban IV assigned the feast of Corpus Christi to the Thursday after the octave of Pentecost for two reasons it is the first Thursday free from the offices of Paschal time and it is becoming to take the day of the week on which our Lord instituted the Eucharist St Thomas of Aquin 0 P often called the Angelic Doctor received an order to write the office for the Holy Sacrament He complied with the order and this Catholics hear almost every time benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is given Who does not remember 01 salutaris hostia Pope Urban died Iia October 1264 and little or no attention was paid to his decree until the General Council of Vienne 1311 A D The assembled pre lates decided to give the feast of Corpus Christi all the splendor and stability it deserved From that time forward it has been a greast feast of the church It is now in many European countries a holy day of obligation and was in this country until twentyfive or thirty years ago The Papal bull by which this feast was declared originally sets forth the motives for which the feast was instituted The first motive was to confound the malice of heretics then to repair the outrages committed against our Saviour and to declare aloud the Catholic faith in the real presence While it is no longer a holyday of obligation the feast is celebrated and a majority of the faithful will attend mass and receive holy communion on this great day S PRETTY SCENE When Children Received the First Communion at St Louis Bertrands Sunday was a great dar at St Louis Bertrands church and the good Domini can fathers who have presided over the destinies of the parish for forty years have reason tovfcel proud of the outcome It was the feast o Pentecost the ending of the novena toNjbe Holy Ghost the first Sunday of the nrtmth devoted to the Sacred Heart and thedayon which the children of the parish were to make their first communion t The first communicants recclved at the 730 oclock mass and the vat edifice was crowded There was a class of tMrty nine boys and thirtytwo girls all set sd- in the sanctuary the boys close to the altar and the girls ranged around outside The boys were all neatly clad in dark clothes while the girls wore white with veils and wreaths of green and white White roses green plants and the gold of the tabernacle and the golden lights adorned the altara typical Irish color scheme green white and gold The only other color visible in the sanctuary was the bloodred roses in front of the statue of the Sacred Heart The parishioners hal been reminded that his Holiness Pope Pins X had granteda plenary indulgence to parents and relatives to the third degree who received holy coamualoa at the acme mesa and said sotne prayen for his jntea flan Ai a CWMtqueoce nearly all the u T first communicants had mothers fathers brothers sisters uncles aunts and cousins galore to be with them on this occa sionThe Very Rev Father Zogan O P celebrated the mass with the Very Rev Fathers Clark and Heenanlas deacon an subdeaconFather Logan gave a brief instruction at the gospel more of a congratulatory address to the little ones than an exhortation to the grown people His words sank deep and will long be remembered The boys approached holy com munion first then followed the girls and after them came the people and it was an edifying sight to see In the afternoon at 330 oclock vespers were EugeneV1 1 scapularsLADIES AUXILIARY Splendid Attendance and the Plans Laid for an Open Meeting The Ladles Auxiliar A O H met Wednesday night Miss Mary Sheridan presiding and all the officers on hand The attendance was large and the mem bers apperred enthusiastic One new member was obligated A handsome sum was donated to the San Francisco sufferers aud the money was forwarded the next day During the evening several of the members made brief addresses and others rendered vocal and instrumental musicThe next meeting will be an open one and the ladies invite all their friends to attend An abundance cf refreshments will be served and the members have volunteered to bake cakes During the evening the members of the Geraldine Dramatic Club will give a special entertainment a1 TAKES LEAD L Branch 25 Initiates a Move ment For Holiday For Outing veryInterestingfit certificates were received for two candidates and two certificates of honor were awarded At the suggestion of President William T Meehan the branch voted to declare July 28 a holiday and the members resolved to do all in their power to persuade all the other branches affiliated with the Central Committee to take alike step This will enable all the men bers of the branches in the three Falls Cities to enjoy the outing at Fontaine Ferry Park when with their wives and children there will be a grand old fashioned reunion ireportedinpositions have been found for unem ployedmembers The branch donated j 25 to the relief of the San Francisco sufferers Symptthy was expressed for Major GenKadeski whose wife is seriously ill in St Louis Tickets were distributed to all present making in all 450 now in the hands of Branch 25 MACKINS MEMBERS IHad an Interesting Session of Their Council on Tues day Night Mackin Council had another splendid meeting Tuesday night President Raidy knew that there was plenty of work and kept things moving rapidly Frank F Burke was reported on the sick jlist and William Pfanmiller who has jbeen ill was reported to be improving One new member was elected and it was decided to hold another initiation on June 26 Mackin Social Club turned 12615 into the treasury as the result of its recent dances Louis Kieffer Chair man of the Picnic Committee reported everything on the boom and urged all to work in harmony for a successful meet ing R W Galway predicted success for the affair and said that the ladies were with Mackin another indication of high favor A communication was read from Supreme President Fogarty thank ing the council for its generous efforts in behalf of their brethren in San Fran cisco The members were reminded that dele gates to the Grand Council would be elected at the meeting next Tuesday night During the evening President Joseph L Lenihan and Past Presidents John J Crotty and Harry Colgan of Satolli Council made their appearance and were given an ovation Each made brief addresses on the good of the order Robert T Burke and John Farrell were appointed to be the principal speakers at an next meeting r MARTIN KEPT BUSY Capt Albert F Martin President of Trinity CouAcill is suffering from a mul tiplicity ofei agements aside from his multifarious du ies as law agent for the L N St Catherines Council at New Haven has challenged Trinitys baseball team fora game to be played at New Haven on Sunday June 17 The New Haven bowling teach will come to Louisville for a final contest against Trinity oa June 30Qna thil Sheridan Coiutcil of Bellevue wants a return bowling game The date tf tits MM no bwafixxhr 1 I1rr MOTHER EARTH DIodof a Great Irish Patriot i The Funeral of Michael Davii Was Attended by Vast Concourse Recollections of Us Visit to Louisville TwelltyYearsAgo WHOLE WORLD MOURNS HIS DEATH All that is mortal of Michael Davitt now rests in a grave at the Catholic cemetery at Straid County Mayo Ire land The funeral was held on Satur day requiem mass being celebrated in Dublin after which the body was taken to Straid on a special train Many members of the Irish Parliamentary party were in attendance and followed the remains to the cemetery When lhcLi ttrain arrived at Foxford five miles from Straid a string of vehicles more than a mile long was at hand Thousands of the peasantry followed the funeral pros cession afoot The old graveward where the remains were interred is near the ruins of one of the ancient Irish abbeys There the Davitts have been buried for centuries The grave was dug on a green hillside under a stately oak tree and within sight of Mr Davitts birthplace When the coffin was lowered into the grave many persons threw floral wreaths in upon it after manyformerlingeredlongwere bedimmed with tears Although Michael Davitts body is in tthe grave his spirit is still with us peoplehishis memory will be ever revered by sons and daughters of Ireland Michael Davitt believed in the rights of the peo opposedtyrannyare the people of Ireland sorrowing over his demise but the persecut Jejgfcfjl Russia regret his death One of the first jpublic meetings held after he passed away was at Kishineff Russia where the jJews passed resolutions of sympathy and recalled that Mr Davitt was one of the ffirst to send them material aid during ttheir persecutions last fall The editor of the Chicago Record 1 Herald writes Michael Davitt was not only the leading champion ofjlrbh liber 1 ties but the leading Democratof Great Britain If not of Europe His method iwas at all times simple He forced issues Heldemonstratedi noYI terrors for a determined reformer whoryitepresents what is rightand justjagainst wrong and injustice Every jaillsentence he served helped to force concessions for Ithe Irish peasants whose rights tie repre seuted far more effectively the bar of English courts and In English jails than he or any other Irishman could have ti represented them in the English Parlia mentMr Davitt visited Louisville in 1886 a and spoke in the Interestjof the Land League The meeting was one pf the largest ever held in the city by the Irish people Judge Matt ODoherty intro duced the distinguished patriot whormade a splendid impression on his audi ence The result was that three branches of the Land League were organized in this city but eventually the three were merged into one During his stay in Louisville which was very brief as he had many other engagements Mr Davitt was entertained by Judge ODoherty Dr William B Doherty the late Thomas P Clines James Rogers Thomas K Hines Dennis JeremlabKavanagb others His personal magnetism made these people his friends at once They took up the Land League work at his suggestion and many dollars from Louis ville found their way to the relief of the poor people of Ireland Originally there were branches In St LouisJJBertranda parish in the Sacred Heart parish and one in the center of the city For inany reasons the three were merged intoo rte under the name of the Emerald Branch At different times James Rogers and the late Thomas P Clines were Presidents of the Emerald Branch Meetings were held monthly short addresses were made young men and women recited and gave vocal and instrumental selec tlons The dues were fixed at ten cent fi a month and all enjoyed a pleasant evening as well as contributing to a patriotic cause DELEOATES CHOSEN Unity Council Y M I of New Albany met Tuesday njght and elected delegates to the Grand Council of the Indiana jurisdiction which will meetat Terre Haute August 23 The rivalry was goodnatured and the vote resulted iia the election of James OHara Matt Roth and Peter W Fetter Unity will also be represented in the Grawi Council by Grande Treasurer Charles F Pjfeflei McBnrionTheMet of fwling prevailed v u i J = Y w ya f r I 1 F r NTUCKY IIU8H AJMERIOAN ENTU6KY IRISH flMERIGftN ttvote4 te the Moral aad Social Advancement of all Irish American KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS INSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc Entered at the LoHlivlllo Postotftee as Secoad Ctasa Matter en nCof Mlc tloni1othe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 West Qrecn Slrett JISVILLR KySATURDAy JUNE 91906 lUlSVILLBS POSTMASTER PA Kentucky Irish American has een nominated by the President of the United Sates for Postmaster m this city to succeed Dr Thomas H Baker The new appointee is Robert Emmet Woods a native of Breckinridge county and a son of a native of Ireland Mr Woods is a representative lawyer and citizen Dr Baker made an excellent official but if he had to be removed the office could not have fallen into better hands than those of Robert Emmet Woods F ADVICE TO PARENTS Children who have made their first holy communion and are not obliged to work during the day ught by all means go to confession In the afternoon instead of at night Too many do not do this They visit the churches after dark and delay tired men and women who have been working hard all day Besides that the priests are detained thereby in the confessionals until an unreasonable and unnecessary hour In the majority of cases the parents and not the children are to blame Fathers and mothers should see that their young charges go to con fession in the afternoon GOOD WORK theImillionaires club and by other names more opprobrious There Lss SQffidhgeople who agree with the disgruntled newspaper men Deep down in our American hearts we know that it is the most august deliberative body in the world Sometimes the Senate has to do things to show the people that it is trustworthy as well as alive A committee of Senators has voted to expel Reed Smoot because he be lieved in a multiplicity of wives and practiced the Mormon religion Another committee began to inquire into the standing of Senator J Ralph Burton of Kansas recently convicted of complicity in land frauds Burton took the hint and fresigned There must always be good in a body that tries to rid itself 4of festering sores No European parliament would use drastic meas ures to dispose of rotten members ABOUT TEMPERANCE Archbishop Messmer of Milwau kee was recently invited to address the Wisconsin AntiSaloon League at Madison Because of his depart ure for Europe the Archbishop could not be present but sent an address which was read by the Rev Father Ward of Beloit His lan guage was temperate more so than many members of the league would have had or enjoyed yet it was truthful and sound Among other things Archbishop Messmer wrote In itself and under normal conditions the moderate enjoyment of an H exhilarating liquor is no greater wrong than the enjoyment of a cool ing dish of ice cream or of a plate of citronflavored blue points or of a glass of sweetened lemonade- In It another part of his address the Archbishop wrote On the prin ciple that evety man is bound by natural and divine law to avoid the danger and near occasion of sin Just as he is bound to avoid the sin II itself we maintain that whenever or wherever the moderate use of liquor becomes a danger or occasion of intoxication that man is bound under a divine sanction to abstain n altogetheri1 This bas always beeni the teach gof the Catholic Church It is e abuse not the use of liquors at constitute ruaevilto The Patrician the organ of the students of St Patricks College at Columbus Ohio has made its init ial appearance It has the appro bation of the Right Rev Bishop Hartley and is supervised by the Very Rev Father John R Volz until a few months ago prior of St Louis Bertrauds convent It is bright breezy and newsy with a cover of green and gold The articles are all timely and well writ ten Typographically the Patrician is perfect and the Kentucky Irish American welcomes it to the ranks of journalism Col Andrew Cowan a Repub lican of the most pronounced type shows that he is one of our mos publicspirited citizens by offering 1000 toward a fund to purchase the Caldwell property at Brook and Breckinridge for a public park In and out of season Col Cowan hasI fought the Democratic party bu all his interests are here and no amount of money would take hi away from the dear old city If one Republican can afford i 000 surely the Democrats can furnish fifty nine men who are equally as public spirited The Record asks Why not a Kentucky Catholic Historical Soci ety The very thing and the Kentucky Irish American arises t I suggest that the Very Rev Louis G Deppen take the chair He has been interested in Catholic histor ical researches in this State since boyhood and is peculiarly fitted to direct a continuance of the work At present thirteen vacancies ex ist in the Sacred College of Cardi nals Five of those living are past eighty years ol- dCHARLTONBILLI Pretty June Wedding to Be Solemnized at St Cecilias Miss Etta May Charlton and Frank Joseph Hill will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Cecilias church at 4 oclock Tuesday afternoon the Rev Father A J Brady officiating The brlde elect is the daughter of State Senator Albert H Charlton and is noted for her many charming traits of charac ter She was born and reared in Louis ville and received her educationist Cedar Grove Academy The fortunate groom is a son of John P Hill formerly Revenue Agent under the regime of Col Ben Johnson He is also a nephew of Judge John D Kelly of Bardstown Mr Hill holds a responsible position with the Houston Packing Company After the ceremony there will be a reception at the home of the brides parents 2317 Bank street from 430 oclock until 0 after which the bridal party will be entertained by Senator Charlton at the New Seelbacb Later in the evening Mr and Mrs Hill will leave for their future home in Houston Texan ENJOYED OUTING Unity Council Y M I of New Albany gave a very enjoyable outing at Fern Grove on Monday More than 600 people were aboard the Columbia when she steamed up the river and all spent a pleasant day About 6 oclock in the evening a rainstorm drove all the young and old people aboard the boat and the journey homeward began There was good music aboard and all enjoyed the river breezes UNITYS NEW HOME Unity Council Y M I of New Albany has purchased the Gebhardt mansion in that city and will convert it into a modern club house and hall It in located at 805 East Main street and t1expenditure of a little money will dice it a very desirable council chamb The members originally contemplateyanother site but when they found a jfargaln in the Gebhardt house they tor advantage of it SAFE AT HOME The Most Rev Jphm Ireland Arch bishop of St Paalf Minn arrived in New York last Saturday He has spent tome time in Europe and had a number 0f Iinterviewsitk his Holiness PfuaX- Thle i di tlnabihhad prelate way ipead l Esatbiwereturningto tl nf1f Written for the Kentucky Irlrt American I COMING BACK Were coming back to old Kentucky For weve heard her bugle sound Calling home her sons and daughters TIO the dark and bloody ground The soil from which Abe Lincoln sprung Jeff Davis and a Clay Marshall Breckinridge and Preston Who were giants in their day Were coming back to old Kentucky Where the greenest bluegrass grows The home of Boone and Kentou Where the Barren and Licking flow Whose daughters are famed for beauty Her horses for their speed And old Nelson couutys bourbon- Is the finest ever sen Were coming back to old Kentucky- To meet our kin once more Where love and hospitality- Is the latchstring on each door Well clasp a mother to our bosom Meet a father kind and brave Shed a tear above their ashes Plant arose upon their grave Were coming back to old Kentucky Well see Judge Rowansjhome Where Poster wrote his masterpiece- My Old Kentucky Home The song that unlocks our feelings Causes every soul to thrill For we all love old Kentucky And her famous bluegrassbills FiNKGAN a w9fsgrawsa i ts ii swJwI9 1w SOCIETY John F Brady wife and son of Port land spent part of the week in Frank fort Frank P Burke who has been ill dur tfag the past fortnight expects tat be out on Monday Miss Lyda Pagan of New Albany has gons to Charleston Ind for the benefit of her health Miss Etta Charlton of Portland enter handteuchre on Thursday mAnother baby girl has come to grace the home of Louis Franconia at Seventh and Kentucky streets Miss Lillian Keating of Shelbyville is the guest of her sister Miss Nora Keat ing of South Louisville Misses Mary and Anna Sullivan will return from a visit to relatives at Mt Washington next week Carl Bartsch a prominent member of Mackin Council baa returned from a IndoBarney J Campbell Jr is rejoicing over the arrival of a girl baby at his home 2007 Garland avenue Mrs William Whitty entertained her euchre club Thursday afternoon at her home on West Madison street Miss Edythe Malone who isattendiug school in New York is expected home about the middle of this month Dr Michael Casper spent the week in Boston as a delegate to the national convention of the American Medical Asso ciation Miss Rosie Dalton who visited in Shelbyville has returned home accom panted by her friend Miss Edna Sayles of that city- Misses Hannah Muldoon and Sallie Smyser who have been at Sacramento Cal during the past month returned home this week Mrs Carrie Fowler and Miss Bertha Fowler of Colesburg have been enjoying a visit to T J McDonough and wife of South Louisville R J Griffin the well known news dealer and member of Division 4 A O H is seriously ill at St Marys and Elizabeth hospital Mrs Edward Cowan and children will arrive today from Dayton Ohio to spend next week with the Misses ONeill on Breckinridge street Mrs J H Miller of 1111 Eighteenth street left Thursday for St Louis where she will witness the ordination of her son the Rev Desire D Miller Senator Albert H Charlton and daugh ter Miss Cite will be honored guests at the laying of the cornerstone of the new Capitol at Frankfort next week Joseph F Wagner returned Wednes day from a ten days trip to Ferdinand Ind He combined business with pleas ure and enjoyed his visit hugely Charles and Thomas Doyle of Mt Vernon Ind spent Sunday iy Louis ville as the guests of their lirotherin law John Morris 1108 Zanestreet Andrew Maher formerly Assistant Chief of Jeffersonvjlles fire department now a guard at the State prison at Michi gan City is home on a brief vacation Misses Rosaline and Nellie Delaney who have b attending Mt Sion Acad emy wil1 spend next week with their mothrAMrs Ella Delaney 1709 High Btryt r Mrs Louise Webb has gone to Loretto to attend the commencement exercises On her return she will spend a few days at her home in Portland before leaving for South Bend Ind for the summer John Carr and wife of Portland will attend the commencement exercises at St Catherines Academy near Springs field next week Their daughter Miss Catherine will be one of the graduates Misa Maud OSullivan of Kansas City will be the guest of her uncle D J Coleman on Portland avenue dnriag the home coming celebration She ia the daughter of Michael OSulHvaBi who left tore several years afar to makehit borne ilatlicW st I f n It will be gratifying news to learn thatI John B Keyer the L N engineer who collapsed last week after helping to remove the dead and wounded from a wrecked train Is much improved He JosephsInfirmary Police Lieut Thomas Fitzgibbons who has been ill of malarial fever at the Graystreet Infirmary for several weeks bas been removed to his home 1213 West Jefferson street While convalescent be Is still weak and may not be able report for duty during the next toII Miss Mayme Harrison and Knupp popular young people of the West End were married In the rectory of St Cecilias church by the Rev Father A J Brady Wednesday evening After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride on Twentythird street John J Keane the popular saloon keeper and Chairman of the Fiftieth Legislative District Democratic Commit tee left for New York Wednesday and on Saturday sailed for Ireland He will visit his aged mother at Killarney and the visit will be a pleasant surprise to her since she has not seen him for twentytwo years Miss Lillian Henrietta Scbwabe and Louis Joseph Slater Jr were united in marriage at St Bonifaces rectory on Miss Lillian SlaterWednesdalevenlDg was the maid of honor Harry Higbee and Harry Berthoff were the ushers After the ceremony the happy couple held a reception at the home of the grooms parents Miss Grace Goldsborogh Mansfield of the Highlands and Dr Marvin Lawrence Garvin of Horse Cave were married in tbe parlors of the Cathedral rectory on Wednesday evening the Rev Father Schuhmann Officiating Immediately afterward the happy couple left for New Mexico on a months bridal tour On their return they will be at home at Horse Cave- Another pretty June wedding will beth t of Miss Rose Snyder and George Harmon who will be united in matri mony at St Vincent de Paul church on the morning of Wednesday June 20 After an Eastern bridal tour Mr and Mrs Harmon will begin housekeeping on Samuel street in a house built and furnished by the grooms father as his personal gift to the bride Miss Mary Louise Milllgan will become Mrs Joseph H Lally on Tuesday June 26 The ceremony will be solemnized at St Cecilias church at 4 oclock the Rev Father A J Brady officiating Miss Mamie Milligan a sister of the bride will be tbe maid of houor and Denny Lally brother of the groom will be the best man After the certmonv Mr and Mrs Lally will be given a dinner and reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Samuel A Milli gan Twentythird and Montgomery streets Iu the evening the happy couple- wl1lleave on a honeymoon trip to Nia gara Falls and the principal cities In the East On their return they will begin housekeeping in a cozy home on Twenty responsible Vice President of the Louisville Nash yule Railroad Company where he began work ten years ago He is receiving mauy congratulations ou winning such a charming bride DIED A HERO The funeral of John G S Hall took place from St Pauls church on Thurs day morning and the church was crowded with the sorrowing friends of the dead youth The Rev Father Thomas A York celebrated the mass of younJtmansthe parochial school attended the funeral mass and accompanied the remains to their last resting place in St Stephens cemeteryThe man was sixteen years old andwas the son of Dr S Johnson Hall of 708 East Market street Tuesday evening the boy endeavored to dissuade William Woolfork from insulting two little girls Woolfork was intoxicated and without a word of warning plunged boydiedderer is underarrest MOURN HER DEATH News was received here this week of the death of Mrs David B Mulligan formerly Miss Mary Zlnone Hill of this city who passed away Wednesday at Ottawa Canada Mrs Mulligan became a bride last November and visited Louis ville during the Christmas holidays She is survived by her sister who is the wife of George Mulligan formerly manager of the Louisville Hotel Messrs George and Dave Mulligan are managers of the Russell House in Ottawa Mrs Mulligan was born and raised in Louisville and many friends here will regret her untimely death The funeral was held in Ottawa TRIP TO EUROPE Dr M K Allen head of the Louis ville Health Bureau and his wife left for Boston Saturday He will attend a meeting of the American Medical Asso ciation there and then go to Europe for a tour of sixty days Dr Allen and his I wife will visit the prIncipal points of l interest on the continent Helms letters to Roman ecclesiastics that will doubtless gain him an audience with the Pope HONOR FOR BOSLER Edward J Hosier and wife who spent the past week in St Louis will return I home today Mr Bosler attended the national convention of the Leather and Shoe Finders Association and was honored by being chosen a Vice President of the organization He was the only Kentucky delegate honored with an office CUILEVS WALL PAPER R M Culley proprietor of the wall paper store at 1379 Seventh street is Pfosperoustradeof wallpaper and other wall and ceiling furnishings on hand He invites all his friends and former patrons to call and inspect his goods CLOSE OP SCHOOL The commencement exercise of St Louis Bertrands parochiall school will be held in Bertrand Hall Sixth street between pak and St Catherine Monday evening The Dominican Sisters have trained their well and an admirable programme will be presented by the little ones CAMP 1610 DANCE j givefti1JUrdrraudbal1 Sixth and Walnut streets Thursday evening This camp ftlwaya attracts a- Jarxe crowd to iU social stairs j 0 J f q c aimmimwmmmmmnr mmmmimmmmmmiim mmimmmnmm1 r mimiimmmmfes Ali1BLRNIAN 01VI Fontaine Ferry Park ThugsdaJune 281 = Under Auspices of the Jefferson County Board == Ancient Order of Hibernians = 1 ADMISSION 1O CENTS 1z- iaumimmuuuuiiuuu iimmiuumiiimtuumumi iiutiii mmumuii itwwuiwwuiii KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Father Hickey of Dayton Ohio is urging members of the order to support the Catholic press Members of Dayton Ohio council received holy communion in a body on tne last Sunday in May The new home erected by St Paul Minn council is now occupied It cost 75000 and is an elegant structure The fourth degree was exemplified on a class of 151 candidates at Utica N Y on Thursday The banquet that followed was attended by 350 Many deaf mutes placed in State insti tutions fall away from the Catholic faith Lucayos Council of New York City has undertaken the work of reclaiming these stray sheep Columbus Ohio council will give a military euchre June 14 The funds that accrue will be given to the scholarship fund now being raised to educate five young men for the priesthood- In Pittsburg the order is doing great work looking after the children brought before the Juvenile Court During the past twelve months 292 Catholic chil dren were placed in religious educational institutionsPennsylvania Knights in State conven tion decided to hold tbe next meeting In Philadelphia During the past year six new councils were formed in the State making a grand total of eightysix coun ells and 13000 members- At the Michigan State convention it was decided to raise 5000 annually for the education in Catholic institutions of fifty deserving young men The money will be raised by prorating a tax on the councils according to membership BISHOP SPALDINQS VISIT The Right Rev John Lancaster Spald lug Bishop of Peoria is at Lebanon where be expects to spend a month with his sister Mrs Kate Spalding He has not entirely recovered from the stroke of paralysis sustained last week but is making favorable progress toward com plete health Bishop Spalding has may old friends In Louisville and was the first pastor of St Augustines church in this city This was probably the first church built for colored Catholics in the United States THE NEW ALBANY SICK Several members of Unity Council New Albany are seriously ill John Buche is confined to his home with typhoid fever George A Kraft is suffer lug from blood poisoning and John Ritz is at St Edwards Hospital The latter had a serious case of smallpox The disease settled in one of bis eyes and jt became necessary to remove the optic to save his life The friends of each of the sufferers hopefor their speedy recdvery TULLYS HAMMOCKS John J Tully whose establishment is at 152 Third street is now in his ham mock season All his goods are hand made and last for years Mr Tully learnedwhile a member of the United States Lifesaving Corps that if anything bad to be done it had to be done well For this reason be is particular about details in the manufacture of his ham mocks fishing tackle camp outfits etc If you want a durable hammock tent or awning see John J Tully- ACOLYTES OUTING The acolytes of StJohns church had an outing at Cherokee Park last Monday and the boys alternated between base ball and ice cream Several of the Xaverian Brothers enjoyed the day with the children During one of the ball games Joe Hund was struck over the eye in an attempt to catch a foul tip Four stitches bad to be taken to sew up the gash He bore the operation like a soldier aDohergameIMEMORIAM Miss Mollie Burke has received many expressions of sympathy on the death of her niece Mrs Otto Sephens The mother of the deceased died when her child was small and for eighteen years her aunt bad charge of her well being Prior to her marriage she was Miss Dolores Kuhn and as a girl was deserved ly popular She had been ill a long time aadherdth was sot unexpected Requiem service over tberenwins were celebrated aft the Cathedralll COOLClothes of all kindssuits pants white vests light coats furnishings straw hats low cut shoes etc Get ready to keep cool and look happy next week when the home coming Irish Kentuckians get here LEVYS OF 3569 MAIN KY I PARK THE PARK BEAUTIFUL WEEK OF JUNE 10 ALLSTAR aud the I MLLE VALERIA HER TRAINED ANIMALS Two daily In open air arena ERLANQER AND HIS BAND Two Pree Concerts Daily at 230 and 8 p m NEW ROLLER RINK Dally Sessions at 230 and 8 p m TEN CENTS Children by Parents Free for the NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR with new Parties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts on 99 a of At all good Bars Groceries aad Steeds Wilt furnish good paper neat pat terns and paper 15foot rooms Bides and ceilings for 360 smaller rooms in selection from 35 patterns all colors 9 and 18inch t and Oak Home Phone 8286 Cum tofetk 8888Z n C THIRDrt JOHN J TULLYMANUFA- CTURER Hammocks Tents and AwningsR- OPE CANVAS AND TWINE WORK TELEPHONE 153 THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE FONTAINE FERRY VAUDEVILLE RoslynTheKlnedromeI performances makingthlisADMISSION Accompanied PHOENIX HILL PARK Open Season Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedequipments throughout When the Water Wagon try 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r o n GIVE US YOUR ORDER S Printing r Kentucky Irish AmericanOFF- ICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET X HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- New5 Notes Division 4 of Syracuse initiated a large class last week- Saratoga Hibernians are making extensive preparations for the national conven tion next July There is some talk of the Geraldines giving a performance for the benefit of one of our new churches National Director Butler has the right idea regarding knockers They care or nobody but themselves end never work The three divisions at Meriden Conn are taking part in the preparations for the citys centennial celebration Another new branch of the Ladies Auxiliary has been organized in Provi dence This pow gives that city a total of ten Members of the Ladies Auxiliary In Cincinnati entertained with a supper in honor of Father Hearty of Ireland who is visiting in that city The divisions in Jeifersonville and New Albany are each holding their own They will visit Fontaine Ferry Park in large numbers the night of the outing Ladies Auxiliary 9 of Boston realized a considerable profit at their annual bon bon and May party The proceeds went to swell the sick and funeral fund The Literary Committee of the Ladies Auxiliary requests each member to bake a cake for the social session that takes place at the next meeting Wednesday night June 20 Division 2 has gone to work to increase its membership There is splendid field to work and there is no reason why the number should not be doubled within the next few months Next Wednesday night there will be an important meeting of Division 4 when it is expected plans will be formulated that will put the Limerick men in the lead at the annual outlpg Members of the order will be greatly pleased to know that Frank Burke Sec tary of Division 4 will soon be out again after an illness that confined him to his home for the past two weeks The action of the County Board in dis tributing its funds was an agreeable surprise to the divisions Now let all work for the success of the outing and there may be another and larger dividend The State convention that will be held in Paris next September will be one of unusual interest and we would suggest that the County Board arrange for a big excursion from this city lit that time Peter Cusick the genial financier of Division 1 and deputy under Assessor John Adams has been kept busy receive ling congratulations since the announcement of his marriage in these columns The time for our annual outing now draws close and it becomes the duty of every member of the order to talk Hiber nian day to his friends Do this and see how good You will feel when the returns are made Philadelphia divisions will hold their annual athletic and literary exercises August 25 and 26 The funds will be used to purchase prizes for parochial school children who show proficiency in Irish history A poverty party is the latest thing in Boston Members of Ladies Auxiliary 6 held an affair of this kind and realized quite a nice sum Every thing in the ball denoted extreme poverty and the invite tions were printed on brown wrapping paperAt Norwich Coan the two divisions have presented St Patricks church wit a handsome set of stations of the cross The gift was made as a compliment to Father Treanor who postponed his fair lAst fall so as not to interfere with a boas- given by the Hibernians Division 1 meets Tuesday night adFrWd atMt1oy would be plMs d if all the members were prMent It ie andtr a GOOD WORK r FAIR PRICES Steamer Louisiana Will Leave Foot Fourth Str- eetTOltIORROSunday June 10 Will Make THREE TRIPS UP THE RIVER 930 a in 230 p m 8 p m o- rMOONLIGHT DURING HOME COMING WEEK TWO TRIPS DAILY 230 P M and 8 or Moonlight Round Trip 25 Cents Music Refreshments and Dancin I aTO6SUNDAYS DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work dons tar the least money Our Dentistry Will Please Too We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis C C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSl EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET stood that questions of more than ordl nary importance will be acted upon not the least being one that will add consid erably to the funds in the treasury- A meeting of Division 3 without Phil Cavanaugh and Tom Kennedy present would be like a pie without filling Both have ideas and always express them not caring whether or not they agree with those of other members as they have only the best interest of the order a heart FONTAINE PERRY PARK Home comers and those already at home will will find Fontaine Ferry Park an attractive resort next week In addition to the open air concerts by Erlang ers band there will be two performances dally by Mlle Valleria the daring young trainer of wild beasts These shows will be free to all visitors to the park Mar tint and Max Milliaa are the headliners s for an excellent vaudeville in the Hopkins Pavilion AU of the turns will be performed by stars and the pavilion will doubtless be crowded every afternoon and evening PROMOTEDhCapt William A Lutkemeicr a promi nent member of Lambert Young Council Y M L pff Frankfort has been ap SewnrI RagitneBt Kentucky State Guard He lr a thorough soldier and hla Erie acH throughout the State are gratified over hU promotion r r vvvvvvvvvvvvYW IRELAND Record oi the Most Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Very Rev Father Edward Holland has been elected Provincial of the Discalced Carmelite Order in Ireland The bazar in aid of the funds of the St Vincent de Paul Society in the Dublin Rotunda was opened by Lady Aberdeen Messrs H A Wilson and James Mc Govern of Enuiskillen and James Low rey of Lisbellaw have been appointed Magistrates for County Fermanagh RevgFather Creagh was made the recipient o an address andjpresentation in testimony- of the warm esteem in which be is held In that city- Messrs Denis Johnson and T M Kettle visited Kuockbridge on Snnday June 27 and after the last mass assisted the Nationalists in establishing a branch of the United Irish League In reply to JMessrs Nannetti and Dil EBryceing Irish in the national schools would remain in operation until June 30 The Irish canonizations in Rome are making rapid progress under the guid ance of Cardinal Vannutelll and the Con gregation of Rites For 700 years since St Lawrence OToole there has been no Irish saint raised to the altar at least no Irish saint in Ireland Almost the first act of Dr Douglas Hyde on his return to Ireland will be the opening of the Mayo feis The Castlebar Board of Guardians decided unanimously to present him with an address of welcome and also to erect nameplates in Irish above the streets Two County Limerick gentlemen Justice John Ryan of Killinure and Thos Dundon of Patrickswell were sworn Iin at Dublin Castle as Inspectors under the expectsboththe reinstatement of evicted tenants The first shipment copper ore from the newly opened minespf Bonmahon County Waterford was tot ke place last1 week when 300 tons of raw material were consigned to Swansea The starting of the mines has given a great impetus t the trade of the district and already eve 0r 100 bends are employed in the shifts The reappointment of the Rev Father Staples to the Priorship of the Carmelite community nt White Abbey Kildare was complimentarydemonstration A deputation headed by John Heffernan Secretary of theKildare County Council CampiontStaples tendered him their congratulations A comprehensive programme was sub TradesI ontsucceedingdays tcompensaion vehicles in Ireland night work in baker ies eighthour day public boards and apprentices ment of members taller representation local government elections reform of Irish education and the feeding of school children Upon thrIrarrlval home Fathers Den nehy andant who had been collecting funds for the Queenstown Cathedral were met by Fathers Browne and Madi gan and subsequently at the residence of the Moat Rev Robert Browne Bishop of Cloy oe they were presented with an UrbauIthem a hi arty welcome home and thanked them tore manner in which they bail carried 01 t the work entrusted to them Theiri col coon had exceeded Ml expec ration a Kjfae thanked the paests and people 6f Vmericfl fpr their aWtq IhoK at lome V u I titu Q 1 l PRANK FEIlR INCORPORATED BREWING 60 i i Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY s =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN1 SIE ING COJMPANVINaOH3PORATEOD TELEPHONE 4 2LOIIIOViLLID SCTT PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the agedfr Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts ICumb Phone Main 1913 teems Phone THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville K ySJ ASK FOR 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the pleasure and enjoyment he can by having in his home a piano that he can play himself so that he can have just the particular kind of music he likes best and hive it whenever he vants il VOU SAY Because be hasnt the time and patience to learn to play the piano thisoneheany music desiredClassical Operatic Dince Music Rag rime or Popularand play it with expression and feeling too even though he he knews nothing about music or piano playing Sound strange but its all true nevertheless The Farrand Cecillan is a Itigb grade upright piano with a brilliant clear sweet tone and with the mechanism of the metal action Cecilian Piano Player built inside the case Price 675 Easy payments MONTENEGRO = RIEIIM MUSIC CO OCBSOOO mOCrRTCH AYFiaTIIIDZ n BANNON President Wreeea I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I 1 1 111 PREMIUMSWITH MT W St ass 11+1 H II 44 place Tea Set with 60 lbs 100 piece Dinner Set with 140 Ibs Rocking Chair with 50 Ibs Toilet Set with 60 Ibs the simple 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 here send tnem to me I will put up each order as and ship to you select I guarantee this Coffee to be fresh roasted dally and to give satisfaction or refund your money Once tried always used Call or write for further MULLOYTePbDn323 QlX4 LY AARKET STREET fl I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 I I I I I 1 I I I IIH 1111 I I I I I 1 I I HI I 11 I I 1 10 un MJf BANNON- VlcePres k Gen Mgr Jefferson NEW COFFEE 10plece proposition directed information COFFEE ROASTER tII P BANNON JR Treasurer 141 entucky Vitrifie Brick Ca INCORPORATED l uxsufexoturor s oP r VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS 1IIIIct561512 TELEPHONE 573 ai WestI ENORMOUS BLEND Heres Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th and IOIh TELEPHONE 1252 DR J TCHAWKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HO1SE SHOEING HWM CaHW Per al BeUrciW n OFFICE IMFW1YAlIY ANI3NIEMii FOIME 4t ae 1 RAY I ofI a 0 00 00 I III We advertised these waists and the immense quantity sold further establishes the fact that Theres no place like Bacons for bargains Conservatively sneaking the values i are little short of sensational And it will be remembered that the waists are fresh styles the latest makes superior offeringggI I QualityI anotbero19 several styles to choose from with rows of lace insertion and embroidery panels all sizes these half49C15 regularly at 08r this sale price is just FORQ9f2I tifully made with tucks hemstitching and bow knots X others trimmed with lace insertion short sleeves button back regular price 4 OS choice at this 1I sale I I I REPORT SUCCESS Trinity Council Holds Special Election On Monday Night President Albert F Martin presided over the meeting of Trinity Council on Monday night and despite the inclement weather the attendance was unusually large William Gast and F H Hinkle were reported still on the sick list The Peinic Committee reported showing that the recent outing at Fontaine Ferry Park was a success financially and socially It was decided to hold an election next Monday night to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Henry Stoerr as Secre tary and a vacancy in the Executive Com mittee President Martin desires that every member of ths council will be in attendance SILVER HILLS Continue to Increase In Popu larity Bach Succeed ing Day Passenger traffic to Silver Hills is increasing every day The summit of the Indiana knobs is a natural park and for beauty and diversity of scenery has no superior in the country Hundreds of our people hurry from the dustladen city every day to get a few breaths of fresh air high up in Silver Hills Many people have built homes on these hills and many others are seeking boarding accommodations Several families are contemplating the erection of tents and camping there for weeks The ride from Louisville to the hills is delightful in itself and the trip is made in less than an hour Nearly every day church and Sundayschool picnics are being held there and the popularity of the resort is constantly increasing Cars leave Third and Market streets every fifteen minutes BROTHERS REUNION Remarkable Family of Nine Are Assembled In Chicago A remarkable family reunion was held in Chicago this week where nine brothers all born in Ireland are meeting after many years of separati n The reunion began last Sunday when the Rev Father Horan of Little Rock clasped hands with his brother John Hbran a wealthy meat packer of Australia These two met in a hotel in St Loris Later the two were joined by Joeph Horan a medical student in St jt Louis These three had not seen each other in twenty years William Henry Horan another brother from Australia a rived Monday and the four went to Chic go Later in the week they were joined by Michae and Paul Horan wealthy manufacturers- and army purveyors id Ireland and Kieran Horan a prosperous New York architect Daniel Horan of New Zea land and Thomas Horan a miner and mine owner of Australia aril expected to arrive during the week Father Bernard F Horan and his brother Joseph are graduates of the University of Dublin The former also received his degree as Doctorjof Divinity from the Propaganda in Rome The reunion was planned for the St Lonis Fair two years ago but the Australian brothers were unable to atten4 PASSED CENTURY MARK i Mrs Honorah Maloney died itCoving ton last week at the remarkable age of 104 She was burled in a shroud which she had purchased forty years ajo lit r funeral took place from Stt Marys Cathedral and Father McN rney a nephew of the deceased celebrated the requiem mass CHALLENGE TO DEBAT3 Sotto Council Y M Iof 0 ensbero has an intellectual feature like Mackia ctivelbiterNt1 ary Robert L Gore it LaeoballeMged h lJ J l 1 j II 298 II I speciallylow 0 also dotted Swiss waists with Dutch neck also waists withembroidery fronts on the whole the selectionI is immense regular 125 and 1149 values choice FINE LAWN AND BATISTE WAISTS FOR 1 08 These waists are attractively made and exquisitely trimmed with laces neck and sleeves 0finisbedI 01Iau r nn HIGHGRADE JAP SILK WAISTS FOR 98Come in white only 7 rows of lace insertion down front and four panels of very pretty embroidery finished with atucks in front and back lace trimming at cuffs and neck Sthese are marvelous values at the sale price each IISOCIETY DIRECTORY A o II DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretarYJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis j Cole man Financial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butter SergeantatArms Thomas Noo- nSentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording SecretaryFrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSnlli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArms Robert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Plans Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy JrFinancial Secretary John Kinney Ser eant ntarms ConstantineDoorkeeper Eugene Banner rrierimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y 3VI It MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice President Louis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat ton Recording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana hanFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mnllarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kin- sellaSMOKE BOBZIENS CUBANA 50 CIGAR The cigar without an equal Mackin Council to a debate The matter wis considered by Ma kin Tuesday even ing and referred to the following com mittee Robert T Burke John Farrell and Eldred Hayden The challenge was accepted and arrangements for the debate are in progress C K of AA workingman who lives from hand to mouth can save but little But he can save 150 a month to provide for his beloved ones in case of his death The Catholic Knights of America will help him do this Write to President Felix Gandhi New Orleans La or to Secretary Anthony Matre MermodJacoard Building St LHl Mo 98C 298 i LEBANON CATHOLICS Held Grand Federation Meet ing and Discussed Vital Topics The federated Catholic societies of Lebanon met at Lebanon Sunday after noon and took part in an interesting pro gramme C S Hill read a paper on Family Progress in the Home Judge J P Thompson had an interesting theme in Study and Teaching of Christian Doctrine while Judge H W Rives disposed of Literature in the Home C C Spalding led the discussion of the several papers Y M I Hall where the exercises were held was tastefully decorated for the occasion by the members of the Young Ladies Sodality and Mrs John Barr directed the musical programme which was all that could be desired CLOSE OF SCHOOL Many Colleges and Acade mies Preparing for Graduation Exercises College and academy commencements continue to be announced from various sections of the State Gethsemani Col lege in Nelson county will hold its fiftyfifthannual exercises at OSO oclock on the morning of Wednesday June 13 The commencement exercises of St Vincents Academy in Uuion county will be held Wednesday morning June 20 This academy was established by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth in 1821 The Ursuline Academy at Shelby and Chestnut streets this city will hold its graduation exercises at St MartinsII Hall Shelby and Gray oclock in the afternoon Tuesday June 12- The annual exercises at St Xaviers College Second and Broadway will be held on the evening of Wednesday June 20 This commencement is always looked forward to with great interest Many of onr leading business and professional men are graduates of this institution FEAST AND FURIES Magnificent Spectacle to Be Presented at Jockey Club Park Feast and Furies will be the grand spectacular attraction at Jockey Club Park from Monday to aud including Saturday night with matinees on all but the opening day Press reports from other cities where this magnificent spec tacle has been produced declare that it surpasses Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp for rapid changes It is pecu liarly appropriate for this spectacle to be produced during home coming week The astonished spectators gaze for a moment upon green grass In the twin kle of an eye a metropolltal city appears The streets and buildings are illuminated by electricity trolley cars are running horses wagons and people commingle on the streets Men women children horses and other beasts of burden pre alive Jt is no picture scheme A boll day is being Celebrated end a public per forrrance is being given There are bands of music banners floral decked coaches and all that goes to make a civic parade Suddenly an anarchist uprising takes place andthe scene of joy changes to one of horror The police are over come by the enemies of law and order Soldiers are called and a Galling gun spreads ruin and death A mighty con flagration results and the city is in flames Eventually heroism conquers hate and law triumphant GOING ABROAD The Rev Father Peter Berreeheim will leave for New York tomorrow and will sail for Europe on Thursday Father Berresheim lis assistant to the Very Rev Father Ohle pastor of St Martins church lie will spend three months at his old home at Andernach Germany 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