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Digital page images are linked to the text file. si i- r I I I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN t VOLUME XYINO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 16 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS III FORTUNATE 1 fi rFrlRbtiul Calamity Averted by Strenuous Efforts of Very Rev Father Logan Dominican Prior Calms Women and Children and Pre- ventsrsir Panic I Little Girls Become Frightened at Imaginary Danger Dur s lug Exorcises PLEASING LITTLE ENTERTAINMENT The closing exercises of St Louis Bertrands parochial school were held in Bertrand Hall on Monday evening and the several hundred little ones who have had the advantage of tutelage under the Dominican Sisters acquitted them selves admirably in their little songs dances essays and dramas One unpleas ant Incident marred the pleasure of the evening and had it not been for the presence of mind of the Very Rev Prior Father B F Logan O Pa frightful catastrophe might have occurred- A little drama In one act Ardens Rosary was being enacted onthe stage and in the presence of 1000 persons nearly all women and children The little girls who were on the second floor robing for a succeeding act became frightened because several mischievous boys who had climbed the fireescape pressed their faces against the window The girls ran shrieking from the room and upstairs into the auditorium In less time than it takes to tell it all was in confusion No one knew what was the matter Some thought it was fire others thought the building was about to fall Father Logan jumped to his feet and shouted Silence but the people were I y panicstricken and women walked over children in a mad effort to escape from an imaginary danger Meanwhile several scores of boys and girls had made their way to the fire escape on the north side 4 and were frantically trying to climb down Patrolman Dave Gibbons who e had been on the third floor hurried mown stairs and ran around to the fire escape After half a dozen boys and girls had succeeded in eluding him he p forced the others back upstairs assuring them that they were not In danger if they remained calm Dave Reilly closed the doors at the foot of the first landing leading from the hall and held the panicstricken crowd from trampling over each other in that direction From Sixth street the shrieking was awful and many rushed from their homes to ascertain the cause of the trouble and to render any assistance necessary Eventually order was restored but not before Father Logan had shouted himself hoarse in restraining the people from rushing to destruction He was aided by the Rev Fathers Heenin and Clark and by the DominicanSlsters Many laughed when it was all over but for those who understood the peril that the crowd was In during the stampede it was no laugh linK matter But the Sisters understood and quietly led their little chargeslnto their respective rooms where prayers of thanksgiving were offered up for the averted calamity The exercises continued for more than an hour after the scare and the little actors and actresses acquitted themselves admirably and without any show of nervousness Fortunately no one was injured during the excitement save Father Logan who shouted himself hoarse in quelling the clamor DELEGATES CHOSEN Administration Forces Carry Ticket Through at Mackin Mackin Council held a rousing meet ring Tuesday night when the principal interest centured in the election of dele gates and alternates to the Grand Council which will meet at Frankfort dnring t the fall Two tickets were put in the afield Both were made of excellent tim her but the administration candidates were chosen by a handsome majority q Still the winners knew they had a fight and it took tall bustlipg to defeat the insurgents as she and administN tion forces are sometimes called 1 ThedelegBteJIclectedwere Andrew Cast Prank G Adams Louis J Kiefer and President Charles Si Raidy The alternates chosen were Charles Kleham mer James T Shelley Thomas D Clines t1t and Frank Lanahan Victors and van quashed are taking the result as a matter of course and If there are any hard e + feedingsI they have not been shown prior to entering Upon the election r severall routine matters were disposed of William Pfanmiller who has been ill Was reported as much improved A com munication was read from upr- emesDir ctor Mahan of Eureka Calwho thanked Mackin Council for its generous donation to the sufferers in the San Francisco calamity Mr Maban stated that Mackins generous contribution exceeded that of any council la the East and was grwtec than many pf those ia thev Wett Grand Secretary Dawton dent a com 1 1D n t t munication asking that the date for the initiation of the new members of St Catherines Council New Haven be changed from July 1 to Sunday the 24th The request was concurred in and the Mackin degree team will exemplify the ritual on that occasion Letters of con dolence were ordered sent to Robert T Burke whose father died recently and to Steve Harney who moprns the death of his sister Joseph L Lenihan Presi dent of Satolli Council was present and made a brief address The Rev Father John Higgins of Skuneateles N Y who is visiting his brother William M Higgins was a wel come visitor He was invited to address the council and his remarks were well received Father IIIggins dwelt upon the evils of blasphemy and advised Cath olic young men to avoid companions who made a practice of cursing and swearing Before adjourning the council tendered a vote of thanks to Anton Wagner one of its members who kindly distributed fans during the evening for the comfort of all present U FATHER SCHUNICHT Youna Priest Will Celebrate HJs First Mass To morrow The Rev Father Joseph Schunlcbt 0- Mwho was ordained in the Cathe dral at Albany N Y last Sunday will celebrate his first mass at St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market streets at 10 oclock tomorrow morning Father Schunicht was born in Louisville just twentyfour years ago and received his early education at St Anthonys parochial school He determined to strive for sacerdotal honors and pursued his studies in the convents of the Order of Minor Conventuals first at Syracuse and later atAlbanyThe priest is a son of Anton Schunicht of 2113 West Madison street and a brother of John F Schunicht pro prietor of the Business Printing Com pany His father mother two brothers three sisters and many other relatives will be present at his first mass tomorrow and will have the great privilege of receiving holy communion from the newlyordained priest Local priests of the order of Minor Conventual will assist as officers of the- mass and the Very Rev Father Leo irenlicb his former pastor will preach the sermon HUMAN DYNAMO J t r Robert E Hughes the Ener getic Secretary of the Commercial Club Robert E Hughes Secretary of the Louisville Commercial Club and like wise secretary of the committee that made home coming week possible has been a very busy man this week and for rte o R E HUGHES that matter many months He has been the man behind the guns in all the big enterprises undertaken by the Commer cial Club during the last three years Mr Hughes is a newspaper man to begin with He began his career as a correspondent for the big dailies when be lived at Lawreucebnrg Later he removed to Louisville and at once took rank as one of the best and most reliable reporters in the city He has sound judgment as well as an active mind and takes in a situation at a glance Moreover he is a hard worker He does not seem to understand the meaning of the word fatigue and his personal magnetism communicates his energy to all who are associated with him Uniformly affable and polite he has made many friends both in and out of Louisville S POET PRIEST HERE The Rev Father Harry B Tierney of Springfield Mo who is known as the poet priestof the West was one of the first to arrive for home coming week He came with the St Louis contingent and is a guest of his relative Harry McKin ttey at Glen nry Place on the Bards town road He will remain ten days or two weeks TAKING SPECIAL COURSE Dr Michael Casper who attended the convention of the American Medical Association in Boston last week is now in New York where he is taking a special course in medfalcollegee and clinics He expects to remain several weeks studying diseases of women aud surgery The genial doctor sends hi beet regards to all his friends in the V M I and A jH 9 n hI MGINN Now Guides the Destinies of the Central Committee5 C K of A Succeeds Newton G Rogers Who Retired for Per sonal Reasons Excellent Met tliif and Natters of Importance Were Discussed OUTING WILL BE GREAT AFFAIR Joseph P McGinn is now President of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America succeeding Newton G Rogers who resigned for good and PRESIDENT MGINN sufficient reasons which he has not divulged The resignation was tendered at the meeting of the Central Committee Friday night and was couched in language so succinct that his wishes could not be denied Naturally his wishes were acceded to and Mr McGinn who was Vice Presieent succeeded to the Presidency Mr Rogers resignation is regretted by all the members because he has made a faithful and capable official In and out of season he has worked for the success of the committee and his unusual diligence has been a source of much gratification to his colleagues Joseph P McGinn is also a tried and true Catholic Knight He has been hon ored before by his branch by the State Council and by the Supreme officers of the order The Central Committees affairs will be safe in his hands In the absence of President Rogers Friday night Mr McGinn called the meeting to order The attendance of delegates was fair and both companies of the uniformed rank were well repre sented The minutes of Secretary Veene man were unusually interesting and were commented upon favorably by several membersof the committee The Mem bership Committee made no report and it was suggested that a meeting be called at the earliest possible momeut The Ritual Committee reported progress in itsworkThe Outing Committee reported that there was every indication that the picnic at Fontaine Perry Park on July 26 would be a grand success The tickets are being disposed of rapidly and representatives of the various branches stated that their members were taking a great interest in tbe outing Reports from individual branches showed some substantial gains Branch 6 announcing the election of eleven new members during May and of these the oldest is only thirtysix years Branch 14 reported one new member Branch 21 announced one application while President Meehau of Branch 25 reported that his branch had elected ten new members in May and had several other candidates in prospect He also announced that his branch would hold its outing with the Central Committee on July 26 The two uniformed rank com panies reported an aggregate of ten members during the past month After the resignation of President Rogers had been accepted and Presi dent McGinn instituted Col Michael Reichert made a brief but eloquent address nominating Thomas Feely a veteran Knight for Vice President He was elected by acclamation and amid great enthusiasm Mr Feely made a brief address of thanks in accepting the office He also suggested that the Cen mittee invite the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Young Mens Institute to attend the outing at Fontaine Ferry Park Capt Gus Kane spoke along the same lines and the sug gestion was adopted This Is in return for the compliment paid the uniformed rank companies who have beep Invited to attend the A 0 H and V M I pic nits in full uniform Capt Gus Kane stated that Company A Uniform Rank gained six members during May and six more this month They were taking in only the best element he said and the enthusiasm was constantly increasing He expects the formation of two addi tional companies before the close of the yearWill T Meehan reported that head quarters for vlaJtlng Knights would be ta found at the Catholic Womans Club dnr ing homecoming wee- kINNOVATION eoj 1 Holy Rosary Academy Pre sents New Commence ment Features j Holy Rosary Academy conducted by the Dominican Sisters at 412 West Ormsby avenue held it thirtyninth annual commencement exercises on Fri day afternoon of last week Sister Vin centia theyJ Mother Superior and her assistants lid arranged a programme out of the ordinary Indeed it was an oasis in the vast desert of dry declamations and essays usually afforded by academies and collegek There were no graduates but subgraduate honors were conferred on Misses Evalyn OReilly and Anastasia Walsh f The programme included Instrumental music on the violin and piano graceful dances a Dilsarte drill pleasing choruses and a debate between Misses Evalyu OReilly and Anastasia Walsh Their subject wasJDoes Knowledge or Wealth Exert Greater Influence on the World Miss OReilly took the part of knowl edge while Miss Walsh made a strong defense for wealth The Very Rev Father Walsh who acted as judge decided in favor of knowledge since without knowledge there could be neither wealth nor an appreciation of its benefits SOLEMN SCENE When New Bishop of Little Rock Was Consecrated Monday The Right Rev Bishop William George McCloskey of this city was one of the distinguished guests in Nashville Mon day When the Very Rev John B Morris of that place was consecrated Titular Bishop of Anconia and Coadjutor Bishop of Little Rock The solemn ceremonies were perforated in St Marys Cathedral More distinguished dignitaries were in attendance than ever before in the his tory of Nashville The Right Rev Bishop Byrne offi ciated at the consecration of the new prelate while Bishop Allen of Mobile and Bishop Gallagher of Galveston were assistants the sermon was preached by the Most Rev Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati rl The new prelate is a native of Tennes see but received his early education at St Marys College in thisjs te He is of Irish descentund very proud of it RECENT DEATHS Many expressions of sympathy have been received by Mr and Mrs Bernard M McDermott whose infant daughter Mary Frances died at their home 1823 Fourth avenue on Sunday morning The little one was the life and light of parents grandparents and other relatives Their only consolution in their hour of sorrow is their faith that the baby awaits them in heaven The funeral took place Monday afternoon Robert Griffin a well known newsboy and a member of Division 4 A O H died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital on Monday He had been ill sev eral weeks and suffered from typhoid fever The deceased was born in Frank fort twentyeight years ago During tbe past ten years he has supported himself and father by the sale of newspapers and magazines The remains were removed to his fathers apartments 522 Fifth street Monday evening and the funeral took place from the Cathedral on Tues day morningOUR OWN FOLKS The Rev Father John J Higgins of Skaneatetas N Y and sister Mrs John J Martin of Rochester arrived Tuesday and are the guests of their brother William M Higgins editor of the Ken tucky Irish American Mrs Martin is accompanied by her son Hugh a bright lad of twelve years It was her first visit in twentyseven years and the first reunion of these three members of the family in three years During their stay in Louisville they have been visited by former friends at Mr Higgins residence 1530 West Madison street Father Hig gins will probably leave Wednesday but Mrs Martin and her son will remain at least another week- ANNUAL ELECTION The Falls City Bowling League held a meeting at Haagers alleys Tuesday night and organized for the season of 1900 07 The following officers were electedJohn J Barry President Arthur Schuff Vice President- D J Gleeson Secretary J G Minn g rode Treasurer The teams repesented were as follows Kentucky Irish American Squire Adams Lovenbarts John C Lewis Ferncliff Trinity Council Harcourt Co aad the Post Office The league will meet again on June 26- PLEASANT e DANCE The St Aloysius Debt Society has arranged to give a dance at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday June 25 A splendid orchestra will furnish music The committee in charge is made up of AH Veeueman John J Gilltpie William Bartman Harry A Veeneown Jr and William Kelly A good time iis assured all who attend WELCOME Kentucky Received Her Wan derlucr Children With Open Arms Grand Fetosand Pageants Oc curred On Each Succeed Ing Day Contort of Philharmonic Orchestra Was Very At tractive Feature A WEEK OF PLEASANT EVERT Home coming week is drawing to a close but the memory of the many pleas ant things that have occurred during these seven days will linger long with the majority of Louisville people The weather interfered to some extent with the outdoor programme but this was made up for by the inside entertainments Several hundred straggling visitors arrived as early as last Saturday but the first organized body of home comers was the band of Los Angeles people who came in Monday Later in the day the Boone Club of Chicago arrived 400 strong Then every train on every rail road entering the city brought its quota and Col Thomas J Batman and his com mitteeof boys from the High and Manual Training Schools were kept busy direct lug the visitors to homes of relatives boarding houses andrestaurants The headquarters for the homecomers were in the new armory and that mam moth structure has been a busy scene from Tuesday at noon until the present time A glance at the register will show that every State and Territory is represented and all seem pleased with the hospitality afforded Every citizen of Louisville constituted himself a commit tee of one to give information and many people who reside in other large cities expressed surprise that our people would stop on the streets long enough to give minute directious to those who inquired as to the location of various buildings and residences The celebration was formallyopened- at the armory Wednesday morning Despite the heavy downpour of rain 15000 people were in the vast hall when A Y Ford Chairman of the Reception Committee called the assembly to order aud introduced Mayor Paul Bartb who welcomed the visitors to Louisville This was followed by an address from Gov Beckbam who bade them welcome in behalf of the State The Hon Henry Wattersou the able editor of the Courier Journal was the next speaker and in burning eloquence he told the story of Kentucky of the doughty deeds of her men and the beauty of her women This masterly address was followed by an equally eloquent one delivered by the Hon David Francis former Governor of Missouri who responded for the home comers to the addresses of welcome The multitude arose to their feet and cheered when Miss Pauline Hardin of Denver who originated the homecoming idea was Introduced She made a brief address and was presented with a handsome gold medal The programme was interspersed with music but the air that touched all hearts was My Old Ken tricky Home In the evening again the Armory was crowded Not less than 20000 persons heard the Philharmonic Orchestra and Musical Club concert No lover of the beautiful in music could fall to be im pressed by the work of the vocal and Instrumental artists who helped to make the concert a success Nothing like it has ever been heard in Louisville before and the artistic effects reflect credit on Director Karl Schmidt The crowd was enthusiastic and applauded the various numbers Mrs Douglass Webb sang Inflammatus She was In superb voice and sang with great feeling The sextette from Lucia was another number that won round after round of ape plause But the assemblage arose as one person and joined with the orchestra and chorus in singing The StarSpangled BannerThe statue of Stephens Collins Foster who wrote My Old Kentucky Home was unveiled at the Armory on Thursday afternoon and this ceremony was at tended by more than 10000 school chil dren and an many more adults This statue was erected by pennies given by the school children of Kentucky The features of Fridaywere the floral parade the street pageant at night and the grand ball at the Armory the crown ing event of the festivities Prominent among the many attractions were the press headquarters in Elks Buildlpg There the tired and thirsty reporters were given meat and drink It was a haven of rest for the correspondents of out of town journals and no brother of tbe pen was allowed to depart either hungry or thirsty Gov Beckham was a distinguished guest on Tuesday evening and each succeeding day brought its con tingent of celebrities The manner in which every visitor was served is much to the credit of Edgar H Defebaugh Chairman ef the Press Committee OLD FRIENDS HERE Fred Schaefer one of Louisvilles- great tCotuUonitb the newspaper but1ull M0ne of thirst to arrive for the home coming Mr Schaefer is now a citizen of Cleveland and is one of the editors of the Newspaper Enterprise Association He is accompanied by his wife and son Charles now seven years old They are tbe gnests of Charles Schaefer 2202 Frankfort avenue Mr Schaefer spent the week renewing old acquaintances among his former news paper associates He has a new supply of stories and is just as happy as ever Frank Hicks a former Louisville newspaper men now circulation manager of the Daily News of Lorain Ohio was another home comer Both were wel come visitors at the office of the Ken tucky Irish American GRAND AFFAIR Was the Silver Jubilee of the Rev Farther Cur ran Monday The Very Rev Father Charles Curran rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany celebrated the twentyfifth anni versary of his ordination on Monday The main celebration was held at 930 oclock when Father Curran officiated at solemn high mass The sermon was preached by the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Auxiliary BIshop of Indianapolis who paid high tribute to the jublllarian Between forty and fifty priests from Indianapolis Louisville and Southern Indiana were in the sanctuary and the church was crowded with friends of Father Curran During the afternoon the members of the congregation called to congratulate him on his anniversary and a handsome purse was presented as a testimonial of regard Afterward an elaborate banquet was served by the ladies of the congre gation to the jubilarian and visiting clergy At night the Rev Father Joseph Chartrand of Indianapolis delivered an interesting lecture in Trinity Hall Father Curran is a native of New York State but has spent the greater part of his life in Indiana where he was edu Gated and ordained Before coming to New Albany he was for twenty years pastor of St Patricks church in Davless County Since his advent to New Albany he has become popular with the people of all classes and takes an active interest in the work of the A O H Y M I and other Catholic and church societies e MACKINS OUTING 1 terrRecord Breaking Crowd Is Promised For Annua- lCelebration Everything is in readiness for Mackin Councils annual outing which will be held at Fontaine Ferry Park next Thurs day With propitious weather the crowd ought to be record breaking because every member of the council has worked as if the success of the outing depended upon him alone In conjunction with FRED ZAHN Chairman of Boosters Club for Mackin Council Day the usual attractions including the scenic and miniature railways the aerial swing and open air concerts the members of Mackin Social Club have arranged a spe dial entertainment for its friends and patrons It mill be held in the dancing pavilion and Prof Felisi will lead the orchestraEntertainment will be afforded for young aud old and since children accom panied by their parents are to be admit ted free the crowd ought to be as large in the afternoon as at night An ample corps of Mackin boys will be on hand at all times to tee that their gnests receive proper attention The members of the Uniform Rank C K of A have accepted an invitation to appear at tbe park in their new costumes and this will also help to swell the crowd At present there is every indication of splen did success financially and socially- fIAAOERWEISSGERBER Wedding hells will peal merrily when Miss Irene R Hanger becomes the bride of Louis L Weissgerber on the evening of Wednesday June 20 Tbe nuptial knot will be tied by the Rev Thomas F John pastor of St Johns German Evan gelical church at 830 oclock The young couple will begin housekeeping at 1132 Underhill street where Mr Weiss gerber has furnflbed a cozy home for his bride The happy young woman is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dan P Haager of 845 East Walnut street and a niece of Col Jacob H Haager and is the possessor of many accomplishments The fortunate groquj Iis cashier for the Prank Fehr Brewing Company t HONORED b Young Priest Returns Homo to Celebrate His First Mass The Rev Father D D Miller to Officiate at St Williams Tomorrow w Dignity of the Priesthood and Privileges of Fortuate Parents BRIEF SKETCH OF HIS CAREER The Rev Desire D Miller was ordained at Kenrick Seminary St Louis last Saturday The Most Rev Archbishop Glennon officiated at the ordination cere monies and the rites were more than ordinarily impressive The mother of the young Levite is a resident of St Williams parish this city and had the distinguished privilege of witnessing the elevation of her son to the priesthood Father Miller will celebrate his first mass at St Williams church Sunday June 17 What a joy it must have been for the mother of this young man to assist at the ceremonies and to realize that Jesus Christ has given her boy to the priest hood to know that he has been chosen from thousands of others to serve at the altar and with his consecrated hands per form the divine offices What a joy it will be for his brothers and sisters to assist at his first mass and to receive holy communion from his hands There are few who really comprehend- and appreciate the dignity of the priesthood and the long and laborious prepa ration requisite for the candidate of the sanctuary a preparation that fits a man for a dignity that surppasses all earthy honors and dignities nay even those ft the angels in heaven This long period of preparation is essential because it ren ders a man great and honorable in the office of a priest to whom It is given to v consecrate with sacred words the Lord of majesty to bless Him with their sacred lips to hold Him with their consecrated hands and to receiveand administer IT to others No greater blessing can be bestowed upon a parish or community than to have one of its young men selected by Gods predilection for the high office of Christs eternal priesthood What then should be the sentiments of the people of St Williams parish when Father Miller celebrates his first mass tomorrow Born of a family that has in past gener ations given loyal sons to the priesthood to the hierarchies of France and America and fair daughters to the religious life Father Miller from his infancy breathed the atmosphere of their heroic and devout careers Moreover he had the advantage of the example of a saintly pastor the RevFather De Fraine of blessed memory At the baptismal fount and by the request of his mother the Infant Miller was given the pastors own name Desire De Frane a heritage in itself for a mother of thirteen children From his infancy this boy spent a great part of his time in the sanctuary and in the corn pany of his pastor and namesake His every action indicated that he was destined for the dignity ofsacerdotal life His early education was received at Lebanon and Father De Frame gave the youth much of bis time and attention The good priest felt the infirmities of age overtaking him and resigned as pastor but young Miller never faltered In histaim to become a priest He made his college course at Baltimore completed his philosophical studies at Notre Dame lad and then he went to St Louis where his theology studies were finisned After a brief rest with his family in this city Father Miller will be assigned to duties in one of the dioceses of Illinois Father Miller will celebrate his first mass at 10 oclock tomorrow morning and it is almost unnecessary to say tha St Williams church will be crowded The other officers of the mass will be The Rev Father Denis Murphy arch priest the Rev Father Engelbert Homm i rich O F M deacon the Rev Father Gaudentius C POI subdeacon and the Rev Frederick O F M master of ceremonies The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Murphy The muste will be rendered by the Concordia Slug ing Society who will give Van Breea massAs the solemnity of the feast of Corpus Christi is to be observed the same day the blessed sacrament will be carried in procession after the mass- e CENTENARY APPROACHES Members of St Augustines parish in Lebanon are collecting funds for the remodeling and renovation of their church The work will entail an expenditure of 8000 and about half that sum has been contributed St Augustines will hold its centennial celebration twoj years hence e MEMORIAL SERVICES Lafayette Council Y M tofN w port and Phil Sheridan Councillj pi Bellevue united in memorial services at St Stephens cemetery aV Newport lost 5un ayPtaY8nl were sard aud tributes were paid to tU deceased members o the order j r A I ia W tI NTUUK+ I it f PrdIC d kti files s u KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflU icrote i te the Moral and Social Adva cemet of all Irlslt Americans I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Entered at the Louisville PostoKlce Oil Secoad Class Matter U4l eta HCoTimaalcatlonstobe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weltt OrecnStreit i LOUISVILLE RY SATURDAY JUNE 16 1906 A OReAT WEEK This bas been a great week for 1L Louisville bur wandering sons and daughters came from all parts of the United States to help her cele brate It was truly a home com ing week and all our people are better for it There was hardly ia family that did not have one or more guests and the few who had none joined with their friends in extending the hand of welcome to the visitors The Kentucky Irish American had its share of caller and was glad to make them feel at home On Wednesday the opening day of the festivities the con tinuous rains interfered with the P floral parade but the streets wer thronged nevertheless Every fea ture of the week was admirabl conceived and cleverly executed k The Kentucky Irish America congratulates the promoters o home coming and wishes W4 could make it an annual affair Tt the visitors we say Stay with us It Is a good old town to be in ant it is growing all the time lJran of you remain in the cityanotb week call and see us You are al welcomeI WORD TOHeWISe Many society people have an idel they are slumming or doin Zthat very wicked when the visit a vaudeville theater or a part here a vaudeville performance ii being given They talk aloud ILiiixMi rrtfr remarks about the performers criticise the attire o their neighbors and often hum ia sing songs that are being rendere on the stage If they only knei how ridiculous they were making themselves how lacking they wet in good breeding both men an women one can not really sax ladies and gentlemen they woul be more circumspect in thel behavior IRISH LEGACY When men rich in this world goods die they leave testament bestowing their property on chil dren and kindred who frequentl o quarrel over the division of the spoils It remained for an Irish man and a patriot who believed it the brotherhood of the whole human race to write a will that none of us ought to quarrel over On his deathbed Michael Davit wrote 1To all my friends I leave kind thoughts to my enemies the fullest possible forgiveness and to Ireland my undying prayer for her abso lute freedom and independence which it has been hey lifes ambition to obtain for her Only the real Irish can appreciate the legacy left them by Mr Davitt only they understand that good will toward all surpasses the poses son of diamonds and domains ROWDY TEBEAU The Board of Safety has done well to refuse to allow the police to enter Eclipse Park and it is gen n erally hoped the board will not suffer a change of mind in this matter The disgraceful rowdyism exhibited last week has disgusted many patrons of the game and as a result there has been a marked fall lag off in the size of the crowds that had been attending the games Two players engaged ina rough and tumble fight after a swearin- gatchand Police Sergeant Doran ndertpok to escort both from the fitfd Rowdy Tebeau rushed frantically atDn and the latter was Ted to J j ch for his blackjack He did not ttcceed in drawing the jeapon otherwise there might 11- a 1- n have been a new manager by this time Tebeau was arrested gave bond visited the daily newspaper officed and roasted the police He accused them of being dead heads and worse There has rarely been a game since Tebeau came to Lou isville as a manager that the police have not been called on to perform some duty at the park Judge McCsmn would do well to put a good penalty on him for daring to interfere with an officer in the dis charge of his duty- CINCINNATIS WATER FAMINE Cincinnati is suffering from a well defined water famine and while conditions are somewhat improved this week all the trouble has not been alleviated Last week street hawkers were carting water about IIthe streets and compelling householders f to pay for it at the rate of two cents per gallon The supply was so scant that the street cars had to suspend operations for sev i eral days The city was practically r without fire protection It is truer that the fire cisterns were full butt l these would not last long in case off fire The Cincinnati papers unite in saying that the Water Bureau iis incompetent and negligent yett t they caution patience on the partt i of the people The citizens held r indignation meetings and the Board of Public Service to i reconstruct the personnel of the Water Bureau However it will be months before an adequate wate- supplyf is at hand Such a condition of affairs ii- L isr L next to impossible in Louisville r Perhaps an earthquake would be th r only thing to destroy the pipes or create a water famine For years Ilour citizens have been harping on the mud in the supply furnished by L LouisvilleWater Company This is being remedied as rapidly as pos sible Sometimes the management of the Louisville Water Company has been charged with extravagance and simply because highI prices were paid for the bestI results No one bas ever charged President Long or Mr Hermany with either incompetency or neglect I lOur esteemed contemporary the editor of the Irish Standard of Minneapolis says truthfully Would that the thousands of young men and women who just now are leaving school and college to begin the real education of life could always retain the high ambi tions and noble purposes which are the natural posession of youth If youthful ideals were more cherished throughout life by mankind this old world of ours would be a better place to live in Unfortunately the real struggle of life too often destroys the ideals of the young graduate Owing to our limited space the Kentucky Irish American has been compelled to refrain from details regarding school college and acad emy exercises this year So many commencements are being held that it would not do to show favoritism by using too much concerning any one Catholic educational Institu tion Any allusion made must be made in general terms- Correspondents who decline to send their names with communica j tions to the Kentucky Irish Amer ican need not expect to see their i letters in print If an article is I worth publishing ute writer ought to sign his or her nameIThe Associated PreM is again clrcuJangthe rUmor that hPopeJJ intendtt leaving Rome for Gandolfo t LEmJRtcbard a pleasant trip to West Baden Springs Miss Ella Cosgrove of Paducab vis ited friends and relatives in Jeffersonville this week Mrs D F Meeban and Mrs Margaret White of Montgomery Ala are guests of Mrs M A Wathen Miss Mary Maunion will leave early next month to spend the remainder of the summer in Michigan Mrs Richard L Condon who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J B Watben will return home today Mrs W P Burke of Chicago has been the guest of Mr and Mrs M David during home coming week Carl A Wellendorf his wife and sons have gone to Europe for a lengthy tour and will not return until September Mrs Stowall A Beach of Whiting mad is enjoying a visit to herparents Mr and Mrs Patrick Tracy of Jefferson ville Miss Netty Berry of EHzabethtown and Mrs E L Bowling of Lebanon are guests of Miss Mayme Hogan of South Louisville Misses Nell Barry Alvce and Mae Reedy all of Newport arrived last Sat urday and visited friends during the present week John Chester the popular L N engineer is rejoicing over the arrival of a new baby girl at his home on Halde man avenue Mrs Nellie Neighbors and Miss Carrie e Neighbors of Cincinnati spent the week with Roy Neighbors and family oE South Louisville George Ben and Joe Mattingly of Atlanta have been the guests of Mrs Ben S Mattingly during the horne coming festivities Misses Nora and Mamie OHearn o- F Bowling Green have been the guests ofF Mrs D E Kelly 1611 Twelfth street during the present week Miss Kate Kennedy of Alton Utah and her brother John Kennedy of Wyoming are the guests of their uncle Patrick Kennedy of 1829 Portland ave nue Mrs Dora Dinwiddie formerly off Milton Ky now of Baldwin Ala iis sisterdMrs John H street Miss Mayme Dutliuger a charming visitor from Nashville who visited Mrs avenuerremained here for the home coming festivities Mrs Lucy T Massey of Bowlinj Green and two children arrived Tues BeCarter 525 Zane street They will remainI several weeks Mrs Eugene J Henchey left Saturda d for Cerulean Springs where her hueban- will join her in a fortnight They willl spend the remainder of the month at that popular resort Al Smith the popular funeral director is very happy over the arrival of a pretty baby girl at his home 809 West Jefferson street The little one came home on Tuesday evening John Breen and Miss Anna OMallei will be quietly married at St AugustineI church Jeffersonville during the last week in this month Both young peopi- are popular in Jeffersonville Catholii circles Phil Hollenbach and wife left Louis yule for New York last Saturday ant sailed for Europe early in the present week They will visit the principal citie- In Germany France and Italy before returning home in September Mrs John B Carter of 626 Zane street and daughter Miss Elizabeth returned home Friday from a pleasant trip through the South They spent the greater part of their time at Memphis Tenn and Dennison Texas Miss Lillian Score who has been attending St Catherines Academy at Springfield has returned for home coming and to spend her vacation with her friends and relatives She is one of several pretty daughters of John J Score Miss Anna Halter of 916 East Oak street New Albany and Oscar Wiseart of Louisville will be united in matrimony during the latter part of this month The ceremony will be performed by the Rev Father Borries at St Marys rectory John Featherstone known to his familiar acquaintances as Polly and his wife arrived here Monday to spend the home coming week with friends and relatives Mr Featherstone is a locomotive engineer in the employ of the L N with headquarters at Birmingham The coming wedding of Miss Louis Milligan and Joseph H Lally which was announced last week will take place at St Cecilias church at 6 oclock In the iorning instead of at 4 oclock in the afternoon The young people decided to- be married at a nuptial mass instead of in the evening William Bode Jr the bright fifteen year old eon of the grocer at Preston and Chestnut streets who was operated on for appendicitis two weeks ago is convalescing radldly and is about reedyto- leave St Josephs Infirmary He is a splendid musician and is very anxious to resume his studies Among the many home corners are Joseph Welsh and wife of Coxiac ie the gMB ofMr nd NYjheyare v t Mrs James Welsh of 2011 Von Borries avenue It is their first visit to Louis yule since they left the city seven years ago On their return to New York they will be accompanied by Mr Welshs mother Mrs Ellen Welsh Mrs John Donahue of Covington is the guest of her daughter Mrs John Flanagan of South Louisville Will Carver of Russellvllle was the guest of Frank McGrath during the week and spend the time shaking hands witb old friends Mr and Mrs Nort WhUesides of Franklin Ind spent the week with James A Kerlin and wife at 1917 Fourth avenue William Green of Springfield spend the week In Louisville as the guest of Nicholas Pontrich 612 East Ormsby avenueMrs Bridget White and son inlaw James Rining both of Birmingham are visiting Mr and Mrs John Kelly 1623 Eighth street Misses Nora Minogue and Miss Alvina Schoenbachler have returned home after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Sbelbyville Mrs Frank H Mason of Cleveland aud her yearold son are visiting ber father James Rogers 645 Est Kentucky street They arrived in time for the home comingfestivities I Miss Josle Walsh of East St Louis who has spent several weeks at Shelby yule as the guest of the Mesdames Butti mer bas been visiting Misses Ella and Mary OConnell 1025 Washington street during the present week Mrs John Burke and daughters Lorett and Gertrude of Brockton Mass have been the guests of Mrs Mary Gleeson 1216 First street and their relative Michael J Duffy of West Chestnut street Miss Dollle Burns entertained a coteri of her lady friends at her home 111 7 Frankfort avenue Sunday afternoon The guests of the fair hostest Included Misses Rose Abrens Emma and Jennie Dessife and Julia Burns and Ella OConnell A sumptuous suffer was served Miss Maude OSullivan of Kansa City Mo arrived Monday and is the guest of her uncle D J Coleman 173 Portland avenue She is a young lad of charming personality and since he arrival has been the recipient ot man social attentions Her father Michat OSullivan was a former resident of thl 9city and was prominent in Irish affair beComhe Mrs Charles W Bruckert on Wednesda afternoon June 27 The ceremony wil be performed at St Pauls church al 4 oclock the Rev Father Thomas A York officiating The brideelect is the charming daughter of Mi and Mrs Pete Herdt while the fortunate bridegroo- is well known in the wholesale tobacc district A pretty Jape wedding was that which united Miss May SIebert and Georg Meerman It occurred at St Aloyslus mornindg by nuptial high mass the Rev Fatbe OGrady officiating The bride is th charming daughter of George Siebei and her husband is prominent in tbe parish of St Peter Miss Antoinette Beckmann will becom Mrs John Besser on Tuesday next Th ceremony will be solemnized with a nup tial mass at St Bonifaces church Mis wityi be maid of honor Messrs Henry Beck mann Ed Besser and Joe ReIchel will be thee bridal party will be tendered a receptioi at the home of the brides parents Th happy young people are popular in th e East End Louis Flanagan and Mrs Lorena M thse rectory of St Louis Bertrands church alt 730 oclock Saturday morning Thi e only attendants were Miss Agnes B Flanagan a sister of the groom and Stephen J McElliott After the cere mony Mr and Mrs Flanagan left for Mt Clemens Mich to be gone a month The fortunate bridegroom holds a responsible position in the L N auditors office and his bride had man admirers in West End society circles Miss Everelda Specht and Joseph T Kelly will be united in thee holy bonds ofE matrimony at St Louis Bertrands church on the afternoon of Wednesday June 27 The ceremony will be performed at 4 oclock by the Rev Father Heenan O P The young couple will be tendered a reception at the home bf the brides parents 1822 Sixth street before depart- Ing for their future home at Knoxville where the prospective groom is engaged in business The brideelectI is a daugn ter of George H Specht President of the Globe Printing Company St Cecilia a church was crowded on Tuesday afternoon when Miss Etta May Charlton became the bride of Frank JI Hill The eremopy wu performed by the Rev A J Brady The sanctuary was tastefully decorated With palms sad flowers The attendants were Miss Gee Charlton aid Tyler S Charlton sister and brother of the bride After the car emony Mr find Mra HillI were gives a reception at Jhp home pf senator Albert H Charlfoji the brides father 2317 Bank atresEjff The auraeroni presents filled sevefs of the rooms Senator Charlton gave the happy couple a dinner at the new Solt ch t6 oclock Later in the evening Mr and Mrs Hill left for Houston Texas where they will reside Among the out of town guests who attended the wedding was Mrs Hill of BrowDsboro Texas mother of the groom She will remain ia the city another week as the guest oC Senator Charltoa and his family u O Sinnnmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmnnnnim mmmmmmmm fmmmmmmiras iBID RNI1N DAY c = 1 1E Fontaine Ferry Park 1ww I ww Thursy June = Under Auspices of the Jefferson County Board = Ancient Order of Hibernians = t I ADMISSION 10 CENTS 1- Tmammmmmmmim ummaiiuammmmimia aaau imaaaaaa aaaaaauaa aK FAIR GRADUATES Of St Catherines Academy Gave a Pleasing Per formance The annual graduation exercises of St Catherines Academy conducted by the Sisters of St Dominic near Springfield were held on Tuesday morning June 12 Many Louisville people went to Spring field ona special train to witness the pleasing exercises Graduating honors were conferred on Misses M Purcell K Carr S Mullaney R Wakefield and E GastA prominent feature of the entertain ment was the orchestral performance In which fourteen of the tair pupils took part Violins violin cellos mandolin cornet and harp were used in making melodies that entranced the assemblage The talent displayed by the puns reo II Sects great credit on the ability and train- Ing of the Dominican Sisters 1OLD FRIENDS CALL r James Lanigan a former resident of Kentucky but who has resided in Indiana citysfor the weeks festivities and paid a wel come visit to the office of the Kentuckyy Irish American He is located at Brazil Ind and is a Farm Superintendent of the Brazil Block Coal Company His also Tresurer of the Brazil branch of t Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Henry G Hoemer of Covinnton State President of the Catholic Knights off HotelmHomer at Cincinnati was also a visitor at this office during the week He Inquired for many friends and made it a point ti0 visit several of them Mrs Hoemer ac compained her husband to Louisville and both are the guests of Henry J Rueff ofE 1200 Christy avenue I BISHOP DELANY DEAD r e The Right Rev John B Delany Bishop t of Manchester N H died Mondayat e Sacred Heart Hospital in that city He had been elevated to the episcopacy about two years succeeding the late Bishop Bradley Previous to that time he was for many years chancellor of the diocese During his brief reign as head of the diocese he exhibited remarkable administrative and executive ability CARROLLTON INVITES St George Council Y M I at Care rollton will have a celebration Sunday June 24 Grand Vice President Martin will address the assemblage and Presl dent Joseph Baker invites all Louisville members to attend the meeting Those desirous of making the trip will do well to notify Capt Martin 616 East Gray street at once so that proper terms for transportation can be arranged for YOUNG LEVITE The Rev Father Victor Wahler O M C will celebrate his first mass at St Peters church Seventeenth and South gate streets next Sunday morning June 24 He is a native of Louisville and a resident of St Peters parish He was ordained at Albany June 10 His parents will attend his first mass NEW HAVEN VISITORS St Catherines Council Y M L of New Haven will send a class of fifteen candidates to Louisville to be initiated by the members of Mackins degree team on Sunday June 24 Many members of St Catherines Council willaccompany the candidates to Louisville CHICKASAW TO CELEBRATE Chickasaw Council Y M L of Memphis will Initiate a large class Sunday June 17 Grand Vice President Albert F Martin has been invited to be present and address the council If the oppor tunity offers he will accept the invita tion GOES ABROAD The lion Edward J McDermott leaves Saturday for New York and early next week sailed for Europe for the purpose of taking testimony in the Onchtcrlony will case He will visit Norway Sweden and Italy before he returns REUNION Of KNIGHTS The Catholic Knights of America of Cincinnati and vicinity will hold their sixteenth annual reunion at Grandview Park on June 17 It is probable that several local members of the order will attend the reunion Frills and fluffs are rampant in summer styles U rr FONTAINE FERRY PARR TILE PARK DEAUTIFUV WEEK OF JUNE 17 ALLSTAR VAUDEVILLE Rossow Midgets and Five Other Big Acts ERLINGER AND HIS BAND Two Pree Concerts Dally at 280 and S p m NEW ROLLER RINK Dally Sessions at 280 and 8 p m 30AMUSEMENT DEVICES 30 Something new added every week ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts WAITFbut come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the city Wni F MayerI 419 WEST MARKET ST Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSES Mounted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of Louisville jiy Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturer the KRPTOK INVISIBLE BIFOCAL for Kentucky BOONB KENTUCKY CLUB E J Smith a member of Mackin Council though for six years a resident of Chicago and his brother in law G E Weber a member of the printing firm of Weber Bros of Chicago were at the head of a party of 400 citizens of the Windy City who invaded Louisville and Mon day evening These home corners belong to an organization called the Boone Kentucky Club and all are good fellows Messrs Smith and Weber organized the club in six weeks and while the former is President the latter is General Manager The parents of both young men reside in this city Mr Smith was formerly an employe of the Bradley Gilbert Company but is now Superintendent of the Buckskin Fiber Company of Chicago He isa brother of Vincent and Charles Smith of this city and has been busy renewing old acquaintances this week- AMATEUR ACTORS Sarto Council at Owensboro bu organized a dramatic club The members gave a performance which surprUed the natives Incidentally a neat sum was realized for the fund for the aew club house The performance will be repeated at Tell City Ind at an Early date FIRST COMMUNICANTS A class of forty boys and girl reo calved their first holy communion from the Rev Father Joseph A OGrady at St Aloysins church last Sunday morning The little ones were very devout and the church was thronged by their- pareuteand friends J I J flfTil 281 A When on the Water Wagon try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll- understand At all good Bart Groceries and Stands rComb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM COI 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 the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST t If If If If t IfIt ft WALL PAPER patterns and ceilings for 350j smaller rooms in proportion selection from 35 patterns all colors 9 and 18 inch bordersR CULLEYf Seventh and OaK Home Phone 6225 Cum south 2383z 4 GBTHOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JiHirson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed I STO6SUNDAYS y DONT Good Denial YOU work VVANTIIthe least monty Our Dentistry Will We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR HlJJ COUCHMAN flutist 0 551 FOURTH AVENUE opp Jao C Lewis Co CJSCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE 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JIII I W Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 r All the new spring styles and shapes can be found here at prices tYt HENRY MOLD DEAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries 1 a Old Whiskies a Specialty Hee Phnae 4331 540 Wi WALNUT 1dPULS1J1 P U DYER AND CLEANER Vlaies ni GIRls Wiarlnj AwirilW- flRK GUARANTEED Pr aoe52i Fifth Street HEBBMA1W BIOS IIIPOArxAa FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal r PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND tifeFhMC IHIZUSldll SluM- n n u o ti 9 n o- II MACKIN COUNCIL D Y FERRY PARK THURSDAY t t t t t +t t t I t t JJ1 DOUGHERTY and FurMthfd All Occasions Answered or 1231 I Market Stt Bittt I2ih 13th t t t H Hi t t n H I J I J I 1 I I 1 1 tn I to t HOMJONi BARRETT continue nusinese under Street I J J BOTH TRACY STRAUB 1531 I Oran e Smiths reasonable ROOMa Kenr FONTAINE for quality our Diamond Well Plaster Is a winner Architects and builders indorse it as being the finest grade on the market Also operating Hoosiet Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH pHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Kv Home Phoge 5987 B J JOHNSON Carpenter and BuilderJ- ob Work Promptly Attended To- C L ALLEN Fcreaui 2971 ALFORD AVENUE VINES LIQUORS GUMS VALS SALOONS VAt LESTER Pray Hot LHaefa every looming from 080 to 1110 oploc- h4i VeORBJCK T Dp o c o co I GIVE US YOUR ORDER7 Oi 1 OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET iI IRELAND Record crt the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges JdlmJ Burke Coroner of Roscommon dlettat his home Ballenlongb CaptFilgatehas been reelected Chair man ofthe ftrdee Rural District Council Rel Matthew Dully has been reelected Chairman of the Dcndalk Rural District Council At the annual meeting of the Dundalk Union Patrick Byrne was reelected ChairmanThe a new weekly paper advocating the Sinn Fein policy has been started in Belfast His Eminence Cardinal Logue pre sided at a recent conference of the clergy of Dundalk Only church affairs were discussedFrank OConnor of Wezford has been appointed to the Commission of the Peace for that county He is only twentyfour years old leis Eminence Cardinal Logue will consecrate the Most Rev Dr Gaughran Bishop of Meath in the Mullingar Catbe dral Sunday June 24 Michael Rogers a prominent resident of Annaskeagh died a few days ago His funeral services at Ravensdale chapel were largely attended On the recommendation of Lord Dun raven William M Nolan Town Clerk of Limerick has been appointed Justice of the Peace for that county James Crutchley aged eighty years is dead at his home near Annalong His greatgrandfather was the first man in County Downto bleach linen by chemical processesMiss a sixteen yearold girl died at the Sacred Heart Convent Armagh Her remains were interred in the family burying ground Mullacrew County Louth His Lordship Bishop Owensof Clogher visited Castleblayney examined in cate chasm and confirmed 200 boys and girls He was presented with an addtess by a deputation ofjcltizens The death is announced of Mrs Ellen Maclnerney nearTulla County Clare at the age of 112 years She retained full possession ofjail her faculties until a few days beforejher death James McDonnell Chairman of the Tunm Town Commissioners and District Council has been sworn in a Justice of the Peace for the County Galway Peter OConnor who won the hop step and jump at the International Ath letic tournament at Athens hat returned to Waterford with his wife OConnor wore the Irishflaginall his contests- A large number of church dignitaries including Cardinal Logue attended the funeral of the Right Rev Dr McGen nis Bishop of Kilrnsh The remains were interred inftbe Cathedral church yard August 15 a Rationalist demonstration will be held iu Castleblaney under the auspices of the Ancient Order of fiber mans Several members of Parliament and other prominent speakers will address the meeting The sew line of coasting steamers plying regularly between Dundalk and the ports north and south is receiving much encouragement The full cargo of the vessels iq feeing takes advantage of systematically From recently compiled statistics of longevity in ftany countries Ireland easily heads the list Iin number of eaten arians CoMMugbt has the largest proportion of octogenarians Munster second Ulster third and LeinMer Jut Hit Grace the Archbishop of Tuam while administering the sacrament of confirmation at Ronndsione recently admonished the congregation to practice temperance and to stay inIreland rather than face the daDS sad uncertainty that awaltdthetalgtant1 la America of r GOOD WORK PrintingFA j Kentucky Irish American The daily papers chronicle the death of the venerable Archdeacon Malone Vicar General of Kilrusb Father Malone was eightyfour years old He was a flnent Irish speaker and noted litterature Among his celebrated works are The Life of St Patrick and Adrain IV and Ireland Robert B Long of Duodalk but a student at Owens College Manchester carried off a threeyear boarding scholar ship and a university scholarship of 175 for two years The boy is not quite fifteen years old and is a son of J H Long manager of the Bank of Ireland Dundalk Young Long defeated large numbers of students from England Ire land Scotland and Wale- sSILVER HILLS Proved a Boon to Many Who Visited Old Kentucky In showing the sights to visitors very few Louisville people failed to take their friends to Silver Hills during the past week Even the rain had no terrors for the tired travelers Away up on the sum mit of the Indiana knobs the air was fresh and delightful and none who took the trip failed to enjoy it The tented city that was merely prospective a week ago is now an established fact Tents for individual or patties are available at very low rates and from present indica tions the demand will be greater than the supply so that the tented city may have to be doubled in size The location is an ideal one for a sum mer camp and many Louisville people are taking advantage of this fact The Louisville and Southern Indiana Traction Company whose cars carry passengers direct to Silver Hills has had an attrac tive booth at tbe Armory during the week and many handsome souvenirs have been distributed Cars direct to Silver Hills leave Third and Market streets every fifteen minute- sGETHSEMANE COLLEGE Gethsemane College Nelson county held its annual commencement exercises on Wednesday and the spacious grounds and college buildings were thronged Among the visitors from Louisville were Mesdames D J Heffernan Joseph Flelscbman and Michael McCabe Rain interfesed seriously with the programme yet the parents of the pupils who were in attendance were well rewarded by the exercises given by the different pupils All were loud in praise of Prof Richards upon whom devolved the work of train tog the pupils Graduating honors were conferred upon Richard and John Camp Thomas and Harry Grimes sous of Mrs D J Heffernan of this city were awarded several tirize- sVETERt0N KNIGHT D J McCarty of Washington D C formerlyof Frankfort and later of Louisville was one of the many home comers Although be left Louisville nineteen years ago be has many old friends here He joined Branch 4 CKor A in this city in 1884 but when he removed to Washington he was transferred to Branch 170 in that city Mr McCarty left for Frankfort Thursday but will return to this city on Monday and will leave for Washington the following day ftBV5ftBNDVISITOft The Rev Father Honlett of Pueblo Col a former Kentuckian arrived early la the week for home Coming Incident ally be attended the commencement ex ercises at Nazareth Academy and met many old friends MOUNTAIN MISSIONARY The Rev Father Charles Rouse of the Covington diocese who has been taking a pOetgraduate course at the Washington University will soon return to his home Richmond He will become one of the mountain mission baud after a few weekapfreH D t o u HIBERNIANS What They Have Becn Doing the Past WeckOeneral- Ncws Notes The division at Duluth Minn Is rapidly approaching the 300 mark Both State and national per capita taxes have been allowed by Division 1 The County Board meets next Thurs day night and every delegate should be presentLieut Tom Fitzgibbons of Division 1 who has been seriously ill during the past month is reported convalescening The Hibernian outing at Fontaine Ferry Park was given a great boom at the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday night- A committee was appointed by Divison 4 Wednesday night to draft appropriate resolutions on the death of R J Griffin John Brennan looked like a home comer when he attended Division 4V meeting and was given many heatty hand clasps Although all the divisions have not reported the Secretary of the New York State Board has forwarded 2000 to the San Francisco sufferers The division at Castleblayney Ireland has reelected all its old officers for the ensuing year The organization is in a healthy financial state Many Hibernians will will regret to hear that Officer Thomas ONeil is con fined to his home 212 Twelfth street by an attack of rheumatism Messrs D J Coleman Con Ford Joe Lenihan and Thomas Clines were elected County Board alternates to the State convention to be held at Paris The New York State convention will be held at Utica on August 21 and the national convention will open at Sara toga June 17 Great crowds are expected at both gatherings At Ballytrain Ireland recently mem bers of the order made their first public appearance at holy communion They are ajfine looking body of men and their devotion was very edifying The County Board handed a check for 90 to Division 1 Tuesday night That amount represented the divisions share of the dividend President John M Mulloy stated that it would go a long way towards defraying expenses of the delegates to the State convention Division 1 elected delegates and alter nates Tuesday night to the State convention to be held at Paris The officers were chosen delegates as usual The alternates were Capt Thomas Riley Thomas Dolan Newton G Rogers Charles Finnegan and Martin J CusickI About twentyfive members of the order from St Paul and Minneapolis drove lo Savage Dakota county Minn recently and were warmly received by the division at that place It has twenty eight active members and their lady friends are organizing an auxiliary The visitors stimulated the young division to still greater exertions The Ladies Auxiliary will hold an open meeting and social session at 8 oclock Wednesday evening Cordial in vitations have been extended to nil friends of the auxiliary Brief addresses will be made the Geraldine Dramatic Club will give a pleasing entertainment members of the society will render vocal and instrumental selections and an abundance of Ice cream and cake will be served PLACE FOR DEVLIN According to the most authentic reports the Hon C L Devlin who represents a section of Galway in British Parliament will resign his seat next month and return to his birthplace In Canada His former home is Ottawa and he has been offered a place in the new Dominion Cabinet Tji the event that he accepts the offer ot 11 take the place of the lion Mrh rick Min itUrof Justice who rape r I the Catho lie mcall1l the Government t- T I 4fS2 KY a to a d 0 plain 1913 Sold at bars and cafes for and l I M tawl AND 207 of ail and and chi ken a o order at All calls day or O S I Mackin ENTERTAIN 8 12 oclock IN DANCING j Prof V been spec engaged for this occasion FRflNK FEHR INOOKPOBATKJD BREWING 60 1 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE H- DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN EREWINGc COMPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE LOUX PABST BEER ALWAYSLs Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted leave the until proprely TBLEPHONE XOlt Louisviiie Brancn Jfourreenth ana jcirerson Sts Cumb Phone orneTHE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers all leading Renowned purity strength excellent flavor Gruber Deuser 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everything the Big Store sees are superior in quality perfect in workman ship and satisfaction to the wearer I THE BIG STORE 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII I CO I MILTBEDDING PLANTSW- e i have the largest and most complete stock of Roses Geraniums Cannas Vines in the city Our prices ere right Order at once a few of ourtTOMATO PLANTS JACOB SCHULZ Fr Both Phones 223 Q4 FOURTH AVESTUB I IREENHdUSES 132S CHEROKEE RD Both Phones 984 IHIH MH I III t MI H IHHHMI I MlI lHHHIlIllIIfMI H n tt tt + t tt Htt SPRING OARPETSSTOCKS AT THEIR BEST ROOM SIZE RUGSENORMOUS LINE Oar buying capacities unable us to secure great advantages You share these advantages by buying from us 1 HUBBUCH BROS 524 528 West Market St i WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT lVISIT OUR 4ZZ fSa + sss+ + SSS8CIi me Gftas fl Rogers BOOK GO f= PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE 1 i Give us a cal and line of goods They are the SC finest oftheir kind in the city VSj QBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1 OP EVERY DESCRIPTION + 434 w Jetierson Stree1- MMC WHY SHOULDNT A MAN Who likes music get all 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 have it whenever he wants it YOU SAY Because he 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 FarrandCeciliau Pianofor he or anyone else can play it play any music desiredClassical Operatic Dance Music Rag Time or Popularand play it with expression and feeling too even though he t be knows nothing about music or piano playing Sound strange but its all true nevertheless The Farrand Cecilian is a ltigb grade upright piano with a brilliant clear sweet tone and with the mechanism of the metal action Cecilian r Piano Player built inside the case Price 675 Easy payments MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO 6Sl1S6aO FOURTH AVENUE I ti 11 1011010 1 IIJnIH I I I H I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t 1 I I q f BANNON President PREMIUMSWITH MY NEW BLEND I44 piece Tea Set with 60 lbs 100plece Dinner Set with 140 lbs Hocking Chair with 50 Ibs 110 piece Toilet Set with 60 Ibs Heres 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 here send them to me rwill put up each order as directed and ship to you select I guarantee this Coffee to be fresh roasted daily and to give satisfaction or refund your money Once triedalways used Call or write for further informatton MULLOYQ14 v IARKET f 1ttemPkon0l3J3I S No S S S H+t I I I I H+H I I I I I H IN I I 1 1 1 I t 1 H I fo VSAAVVV M1 BANNON VleePrts 1 Genl Mgr COFFEE TATT4 HM WOLTRINQ Secretary COFFEE ROASTER tl WTRIhxcT WSAAA5 R B BANNONI Treasurer 1 e 7leSalt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire BricKIGrateancll ay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitriftnd Sidewalk BricK 1j 1jOFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TEtEPHONBS73 1 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and lotb 28336aa 6aa DR J T CHA WITS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING terse Calltd Per aJ Dellrtree i Phaaae Qff IMORMMY AlDSKfEINJ 1E IIITejo w M AWAY the IJ U i Yi u KVOOVV VVVYVL Yr YY I V VVrV MARVELOUS VALUES IN DAINTY SHIRT WAISTS We advertised these waists and the immense quantity sold further establishes the fact that Theres no place like for bargains Conservatively speaking the values iiBacons short of sensational And it will be remembered waists are fresh styles the latest makes superior iWHITE LAWN WAISTS FOR 25c This offering isurely caps the climax think of iti you couldnt buy the qustltyIWHITE LAWN WAISTS FOR 49c This is another offering that can be classified as exceptional there are several styles to choose from with rows of lace finsertion 49CjItifully 8y others trimmed with lace insertion short sleeves Ig button back regular price 4 08 choicest this o sale BET THIRD 0 DIAMOND JUBILEE And Commencement Exer cises oP Presentation Held Academy held Ile exercises Monday and at the same time celebrated the seventyfift anniversary of the founding of the insti tution The spacious auditorium of thc academy It Fourth and Breckinridgi streets was crowded with friends of the pupils and their tutors the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth As a memento of the diamond jubilee of the academy the programme was printed in the shape of ia diamond tied at the top with a white ribbon and adorned by a picture of the institutionAfter elaborate programme of vocal and instrumental music and essays of exceptional merit the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G conferred diplo mas on the following young ladies Misses Mary Agnes Banet Katherine A Driscoll Mary Angela McCarthy K the nine Rochefort OBryan and Lillian Catherine Waltring Academy was founded by Mother Catherine Spalding and was originally located on Fifth street nea the Cathedral Since 1893 it has beer established in a more modern building at Fourth and Breckinridge streets and always enjoys a liberal patronage ANNUAL OUTING Crowds Promised For Fon taine Ferry Park On That is progressing favorably in the way of arrangements for the great annual outing of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Fontaine Ferry Park on Thursday June 28 The tickets have been distributed and are being rapidly disposed of by the members An effort will be made to make the occasion a grand holiday for the Hibernians so that ill can spend the afternoon and evening with their families at the park- A special feature will be the afternoon and evening concerts when Irish music will be rendered Besides there will be serial swings the scenic and miniature railways andfcJIHhe other attractions that have made Fontaine Ferry popular TRIPLE FEAST To Be Celebrated by the St Vincent de Paul Society The Particular Council of the St Vin cent de Paul mrt in St Francis Hatl in the basement of the Cathedral Monday night and heard interesting reports from the various com nittees AH the reports were encourag inK and the members promised to do better work than ever When it came time to select a church for the annual communion Leonard H Horpring of 1940 Shelby street arose and in behalf of his pastor the Rev 11ath = Thome invited the society to make their communion at St Vincent dePauls church Shelby and Oak streets at the 730 oclock mass Sunday July 22 He made an earnest and eloquent plea and by unanimous vote his invitation was accepted Mr Harpring said that Father home would be disappointed if there were not 000 men to approach the holy sacrament He also promised that his own conference would be 100 strong by that date It will be a triple celebration the feast of St Vincent de Paul of the society and of the church FONTAINE PERRY PARK The thousands of visitors who swarmed ntoLouisvill during the present week teemed fo find Fontaine Ferry Parks very attractive resort Night and day the variouaj attractions were well patron zed Next week the attractions will be better than ever In the Hopkins Pavilion the Roeafn Midgets will be the headI Lucre iB remainder of the bei uptIttul usual standard Srlangera jn engaged for another week D Q L iJ j II speciallyII I fronts on the whole the selection II IIwhh regular 125 and 149 values choice 1081Theselace insertion and panels of embroidery III IIIwith 260 Waists choice HIGHGRADE JAP SILK WAISTS FOR in white only 7 rows of lace insertion IUSComeIIfour panels of very pretty tucks in front and back lace trimming at these are marvelous values at the sale price I each AND SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice President Thomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick s 1911 Bank Stree- tTreasurerThomas 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 Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan bIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Arrsbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresldentMichael Breen Treasurer Louis Constantine SecretaryJ B Murphy JrFr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinney SergeantatarmsJohn E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantiue Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y 3Vt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentCharles S Raidy First Vice President Louis J Kieffer Second Vice Oliver Pat onRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella SMOKEOBZIENS S CDBANA 5c CIGAR The cigar without an equal POLAND ASA NATION Among the nations of Europe Poland inks sixth in point of number with oyen 20000000 souls Warsaw her cap hal has 800000 inhabitants a greater nase than that of Brussels Amsterdam Madrid Llbson PomeEdinburght- C K of life insurance has as its chief object the guarantee to tarried men with families that their beloved ones receive a good benefit when In distress in case of the death of theirr npporter The Catholic Knights of America Is the great Catholic insurance orderI to ldentFetix Candle New gleans La or to Secretary Anthony latre MermodJacoard Buikllng St- outs j Mo c n say III 198 II 298 iI MARKET STREET Academy Presentatian commencement Presentation Occasion Everything laadhaibe 298 embroidery embroidery FOURTH Recording PresidentD ACatholic WELCOME HOME Mrs OGrady Heads a Bla Party of Hannibal Visitors Mrs Mayme Meehan OGrady heave a party of seventyfive home comers Who arrived here Monday night Mrs OGrady is accompanied by her sixyea old son Lancaster OGrady During her stay she will be the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Meehan 1167 East Broadway She is a sister of William T Meehan prominent in local HIbernian and C K of A affairs Prior to her marriage Mrs OGrady was Principal of the Preston street school Mrs OGrady is a constant reader of the Kentucky Irish American and from its columns she learned of the homecoming Enthusiastic herself she communicated her enthusiasm to the people of Hannibal and adjacent countie by writing articles for the Hannjba papers As a result the former Kentuckians chartered a train and hurried to the festivitiesCALLED HOME R t JIftt Former Assessor Richard T Burke Is Now No More The funeral of Richard T Burke who diedat his home 1915 West Broadway on Friday took place from the Sacred Heart church on Sunday afternoon and was attended by a large circle of sorrowing friends and acquaintances The deceased had long been popular in poll tics and had a wonderful faculty for remembering names and faces Mr Burke was born in Louisville ir 1855four years after his parents came hen from Ireland He learned the harness business in his fathers shop but gave ii- rap it in 1878 when he was elected Constable This office he filled so acceptably that he was reelected until 1884 when be was chosen to represent the Twelfth ward in the lower board of the Council fn 1886 and again in 1890 he was elected County Assessor During the past few years Mr Burke was not actively engaged in either business or politics He is sur rived by his wife who was Miss Isabella Dnulap and one son iffltobert T Burke a prominent young attorney andmember if Mackin Council VACANCIES FILLED mon4 Officers of Trinity Council at the Last Meeting President Albert F Martin presided over a very enthusiastic meeting of Trln Itv Council Monday evening After the trdinary routine business had been dis posed of the council went into an elec ion to fill two vacancies in the ranks of officers John Klapheke was the unanimous choice for Corresponding Secretary to succeed Richard A Hill who resigned recently and Adam G Schneider was chosen to fill the vacancy on the Executive Board caused by the resignation of John J Flynn The two new officers will be installed Monday evening Tickets were distributed for the moon- lIght excursion to be given under the auspices of the Joint Committee on the evening of Friday June 29 The memo bers were reminded that the election of lelegatea to the Grand Council would be hem on Monday July 2 and President thatccasionGIVE HIM TRIAL Bernard J Johnson whose advertise lent appears in another column has embarked in business for himself as car enter and builder His establishment is at 2971 Alfred avenue and he can be reached at any time over Home phone 987 Mr Johnson has a thorough inowledge of the business and will give every order prompt attention The Ken icky Irish American recommends him to any of its readers who may be in need ofa carpenter or builder r + H H tt H H t GRIATSALEOF R E X i MATTRESSES Pat Sept 11003 Oct 11 1004 REX MATTRESS Guarantee The material in this InnerTufted Mattress is secured in position by 352 stitches and will retain its symmetrical form It is positively guaranteed not to become lumpy None genuine without our registered trade mark 1Chas A Fisher Co This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur face no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No 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