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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- T 1 if T oj KENrUCKY IRISH AMERCANt 1 i LOUISVILLEVOLUME SATURDAY JUNE 23 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS r AFTERMATH tleakio1f Coming Week Is Past But Memory Lnlers1 Kentucky Did Herself Proud v In Entertaining Her Guests nell BlpiiR SorvlcoH On Sunday Brouclit Festivities to Fitting Close t h 1 EFFECT WILL BE SEEN LATBfl I Home coming week Is only a thing of the past It has come and gone but will hny ofus ever forget It Our loved ones tame home to rejoice with us in our pleasures to grieve with us In our mis fortunes We laughed awhile and then we cried awhile you and I We were all equally guilty but who could blame the stayathomes andus We were Shakespeare tells us Home keeping youth hath ever homely wit Therefore we were to be pitied but we citizens of Louisville iin our pitiful way did the best we could to entertain our guests For the moment we forgot that we were Irish German French Italianwe were all Kentuckians If the home comers failed to appreciate the welcome that was extended which Is almost Impossible then It is our misfortune not our fault Our friends all came homer From the pine groves of Maine to the palmettos of South Carolina from Californias Golden Gate to New Jerseys board walk they cameWhat a kaleidoscopic entertainment it wasthe opening ceremonies Wednes day morning and the Philharmonic con cert in the evening the unveiling of the Stephen Collins Foster monument on Thursday the floral parade the night pageant and the ball on Friday the reception of distinguished Kentuckians and the laying of the cornerstone of the State Capitol on Saturday Let someI 1 other State beat us We can stand It for the glory of the Union Veterans of theI civil war were colorblind last week + blue and gray looked alike to them There was neither North nor South nothing save Kentucky c All the people entered into the spirit bf the affair and helped Louisville toI entertain its guests No one was allowed to be either hungry or thirsty no matter how poor the entertainment offered ItI was given with good grace Not the least attractive feature pf the week was the reception tendered distinguished Kentuckians and former Ken tucklans beside the Abraham Lincoln cabin in Central Park on Saturday where former Vice President Stevenson paid tribute to Kentucky and the Hon Henry Watterson upheld the honor of Nancy Hanks the mother of our mar tyred President Sunday was observed as a day of farewells when hosts and guests joined the saying God be with you till we meet again Our separated e brethren held a mass song service at the Armory The Catholics assembled in their respective churches to honor the solemnity of the feast of Corpus Christ the Body of Christ The ceremonies were beautiful and impressive and thus a festive week was brought to a fitting finale by adoring Him from whom all blessing flow The effect of home coming week will be felt later Louisville is on the boom now It Is not a spasmodic expansion but a normal and steady growth Even those who were absent less than two p years were surprised with the way our city was spreading out More than ever people have begun to realize that Louisville is the gateway to the South More manufactories are seeking 4siteshere overy day Electric and steam railways entering here are extending a their lines and enlarging their equipments Now our guests have gone to the four quarters of the Union to give per sonal testimony that Louisville is a metropolitan city S HANDSOME PRESENTS f Awarded by Geraldine Dra matlc Club at Ladles N Auxiliary t Every seat BibernlantHaTlWM filled Wednesday night when the ILaBietf Aux iliary held its social session andeoeption for the Geraldine Dramatic Club Miss Mary Sheridan Presldentof the auxil iary welcomed the guests among whom v were many Hibernians and made pleas Ing reference to the excellent work don by the Geraldlnes She said the social sessionwas in the nature of a recognition of the clubs efforts but asked that th members of that body help to make the Sheridasthen called Thomas D Clines President of the Geraldlnes to the chair and asked hiss to preside during the fven og Mr Clines bore bis honors modestly bu displayed excellent judgment In calling upon the entertainers After a piano solo by Leo Scttmidt Chairman said a few words about the trials an final success ef tote Geraldine Dramatic Club HeeoBgratalated both the aaxil iary sad tbec4ai that theawscess was in tt- o a great measure due to the energetic coaching of Henry WI Newman In conclusion he presented a check for a handsome amount to Miss Rose Sweeney Treasurer of the auxiliary which organi zation had launched the Gcrsldlnes Miss Sweeney matte a fitting response iu behalf ot the auxiliary The musical programme was then en tered upon WisV SlagKte Hourlgatf and Emmet Mallon rendered vocal solos and James J Carroll gave a plear Ing recitation Miss Elizabeth King was liberally applauded for her vocal solo and David J Maloney with his profound basso voice made a great hit Here the musical numbers were Interrupted while Chairman Clines in behalf of the Geraldiues presented a handsome gold watch to Miss E la Downey for her energetic tfforts In behalf of the club Miss Downey made a modest response and said she would always feel proud of the gift and in futur would redouble her efforts in behalf of the club Thottiai Keen nrJr and Miss Julia Hession evoked applause for their solos and Patrick King caused much THighter+ by his witty remarks Vocal selections were given by Raymond Barrett Misses Ella OConnell and Julia Kelly and Michael McGuire gave a pleasing reclta tion Addresses full of interest to all were made by David OConnell National Director George J Butler State President Keenan and Magistrate Patrick T Sulli vanIce cream lemonade and homemade cakes were dispensed liberally and it was almost midnight before the socialsession adjourned ROMAN RUMOR- Correspondents Busy Creat ing Cardinals For America The Rome correspondents of American newspapers have gotten busy again mak lug Cardinal This time it is his Grace Archbishop Farley who Is to receive the red hat It is cabled that the Archbishop of New York is to be elevated to the Cardinalate at the forthcoming consis tory The story like many more from Rome lacks authenticity There are many vacancies to be filled in the Col lege of Cardinals but it is very Improba ble that an American will be named As a matter of fact Archbishop Farley Is the logical candidate for further honors since he is head of the diocese of Greater New York At the same time any other Bishop or Archbishop might be chosen in his stead His Grace John Murphy Farley was born in the County Armagh Ireland sixty four years ago Aqtudylng in Irish and American colleges he entered the American College In Rome and was ordained in 1870 He then returned to the United States and was an assistant rector in New York for two years Arch bishop McCloskey who afterward became Cardinal appointed hlme private secretary in 1872 a position he held until 1884 when he was made private cham berlain to Pope Leo XIII In 1891 he was elevated to the episcopacy as aux iliary to Archbishop Corrigan and upon the latters death In 1902 Monsignor Farley became Archbishop of New Yorl SAD DEATH Popular Young Man Palls Vic tim to Frightful Acci denl Etdred H Haden died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Monday night as the result of injuries received on Thurs day night of last week The young man was crossing Twentysixth and Market streets and in trying to avoid one trolley car was struck by one going in the oppo site direction jfjfctwas thrown against the curbstone and sustained a fracture of the skull As soon as possible he was removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital but there was no hope from the beginning and he died us above related The deceased was in his twentieth year and was prominent in the West End and took an active interest in the affairs os Mackin Council He was a son of Thomas H Hayden trainmaster for the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Company He had been educated in the local schools and later at the Manual Training School and Jefferson School of Law During the past year the young man had been a clerk in his fathers office His death is regretted by a large circle of acquaintances who extend their sym pathy to his sorrowing parents The funeral took pjace from St Cecilias church Wednesday morning and the officers and many members of Mackin Council followed the remains to their lastrestlng place BIG CLASS COMING A class of fifteen candidates from St willearrive this evening to be initiated by Mackin Councils degree team tomorrow theeI council are expected to accompany the hasngranted the visitors a special rate and a special car SESSIONtLafayette Council of Newport enter tined its members and friends with a largedafforded Many members of the Y M I frost Cincinnati and Bellevue were la attendance 01- on a r i f OUTING Of the Hibernians at Fontaine Ferry Park Promises a Large Crowd Great Rivalry Between Divis ions Regarding the Sale of Tickets Irish Music Will Be Rendered- In Park and Dancing Hall VARIED AND ATTRACTIVE FEATURES The annual outing of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be given at Fontaine Ferry Park next Thursday afternoon and evening under the joint auspices of the four local divisions Everything indicates that the crowd will surpass any attendance at the park this year The Hibernian outing last year drew a crowd in excess of 12000 andwas the second largest crowd of the season at that popular resort With goodweather the attendance this year ought to sur pass that of last year by several thou sands The officers and members of each division are striving to make the affair a uPibetweenone is striving to sell the greatest number of tickets and thus far all have succeeded admirably The tickets sold by mem bers of the respective divisions will be appropriated to their respective treasuries and it is believed that the general result will be a renewed incentive to members to hurry the building of a new hall The immediate committee in charge of the picnic is made up of Peter J Cusick Joseph L Lenlhan Thomas D Clineo William J Connelly and John M Mulloy It Is hardly necessary to say that this committee ban the full support and active interest of every member of the four divisions- It will be a grand gathering of Louisville IrishAmericans a reunion of men andwomen from Ulster Munster Leln ater and Connaught All will meet as Irish men and women and enjoy a pleas ant day in talking over the affairs of Ireland As many members of the order as possible will leave their employment in the afternoon and accompany their wives and children to the perk The scenic and miniature railways the Dump thebumps the aerial swing the Flying Dutchman and other attractions will sot fall to furnish amusement to both young arid old OI coarse the band in the garden will play Iriah airs and In the dancing hell aa orchestra will discourse ou music fitted to the occasion It will not only be an annual outing but likewise the thirtysecond anniversary of the establishment of theonlejfi Louisville The divisions in Jefferson vllle and New Albany have been invited 1 WILLIAM T MEEHAN Member of Reception Committee to assist in the celebration and will send their members and families to swell the crowd There will be no speechmaking but every one who attends the outing will be expected to do his or her best to entertain their friends and acquaintances The dancing hall will be in a state of perfection for the Hibernian outing Messrs William J Connelly Thomas D Cliesand Joseph P Dougherty have PATRICK J WELSH Will Lead the Hosts of Division 3 made arrangements foe the best terpel chorean orchestra to be obtained so that those who care to trip the light fantastic toe will find both music and floor to their liking no now c an w ABOLITION Of the Aristocratic House of Lords May Soon Como to Pass No Love Lost Between Aristo crats and Labor Members of Parliament Murphys Dog Occupies Atten tion of Englands Deliberative Body THE ECHOES OF LABORERS BILL Late advises from London indicate that a11 is not well between the House of Commons and the House of Lords The Labor party is very strong in the lower body and the members aredemanding the enactment of measures that are in the natnre of innovations No true British aristocrat desires any new customs or any new laws The British working classes however love liberty as well as the people of Ireland To a man the British Labor party favors the passage of Secretory Bryce laborers bill On the other hapd the House of Lords is as strenuous in opposition to its enactment If the aristocratic body continues its opposition there will soon come a cry Down with the House of Lords While the Irish are keeping quiet during this agitation there is no doubt that none will rejoice more heartily than they should a great political upheaval wlpe out the House of Lords Meanwhile Secretary Bryce has intro duced the Laborers bill into the House of Commons In his advocacy of the bill Secretary Bryce referred to the urgency of the enactment of the measure from a standpoint of public health He proved that the unsanitary condition of the homes of Irish 1laborers which he declared were worse than hovels that consumption and lunacy were threatening the destruction of all the people Under the provisions of his bill it will be possible to erect 30000 decent cottages for the people now suffering He pro poses to add an acre of ground to each dwelling The estimated cost of ground and dwelllng is J750i Mr Bryce con tends inat this will mean not only a vast improvement in the general appearance of the country but a much greater attendance at the schools of Ireland His bill provide that the British Government will finance it witWa loan of 21I 000 060 to run for a peri d of years atSper cent in erect aiztyelghtI dOtS Parliament iis to x ake 7060000 to the local nftthoritlo for the btrworkIuof the Bt uu 0 t From every standpoint Mr Bryces bill Is considered the most useful and statesmanlike project ever proposed for Ireland by the British Government The HonJohn E Redmond calls it an honest effort to settle the Irish question Other members of the Irish party have begun to believe that Mr Bryce is prepared at an early date to spring a bill for the complete legislative independence of Ire landBritish Parliament has been turned topsyturvey by an Irish dog the chattel of a Cork man whose name Is Murphy Instead of applying for a license in the English language Murphy filled out the blanks in Gaelic characters and the British clerks refused the application The indignant Cork man thought the Government clerk had as much right to read Irish as he had to write English They quarreled and the matter has now gone toParllament and Chief Secretary Bryce was busy for a week hunting up the genealogy of the dog The lid is now to be put tight on Ire land on Sundays For many vears Sun day closing has been enforced in all save the five principal cities in Ireland Mr Sloan a member from Ulster now proposes to close the saloons in these cities on Sunday also and the movement is meeting with general favor I GREAT CROWD Witnessed the Annual Com mencement Exercises of St Xavlers St Xaviers College was filled to over flowing Wednesday night when the annual commencement exercises were held Many friends of the pupils were unable to gain admittance to the hall and many who did gain admission were forced to stand There was one post graduate Albert J Fihe who was given the degree of Bachelor of Arts and seventeen young mm received diplomas and the degree of Master of Accounts They were Albert J Thompson Ernest F Schimpeler Bernard A Furgleln Jas J McMahon Charles H Thiemann Newton G Rogers Joseph H Deddens Lafayette A Hollenkamp John F Enslinger Henry E MIttlebeeler Thos F McGuire John W Cofer Edward M Lawless Joseph F Kieffer Thomas J Curley Joseph P Sahan and William R Keeley The programme arranged by the Rev Brother James Principal of the college was an excellent one A choir of 106 boys clad in white waists and dark trous rrsmadeaveryprettyplctnre dered delightful music between the vari ous addresses Six of the graduates took part in the oratorical contest for the Frank A Geher gold medal They were Newton G Rogers who also delivered the salutatory Charles H Tbiemann John W Cofer Ernest F Schimpeler Thomas J Curley and John F Enslinger The judges of the contest were Joseph Zabner and William Relssert of the class of 88 and William Leahy of the class of 1900 They were unanimous in deciding for John W Cofer Francis J Koeherleiu accompanied by the vocal class sang Bright Be Each Face Nobody Knows Like Mother was a solo rendered by Francis J Lenz A duet by Andrew J Renn and Bernard J Kavanaugh was liberally applauded The Very Rev Father Deppen delivered an address in which he gave excellent admonitions to the graduates The award of medals and prizes brought the programme to a close Mayor Paul C Barth conferred the diplomas and cer tificates and pinned the medals on the fortunate ones His own son Paul C Barth Jr was awarded a medal and both father and son were so taken by surprise that they forgot there was anybody else in the hall The Mayor picked up his boyand kissed hlmand the whole house applauded prize of 25 in gold given annually 1The Rev Father John J Tierney of for excellence in the first year Latin class was awarded to Charles Francis McDevitt BOOMING THINGS Dr Casey Tells What Is Going On In St GeorAes Church DrM Casey of Carrollton and the original President of St Georges Coun cil Y M I of that city visited the office of the Kentucky Irish American last Saturday He came down Wednes day for the home coming festivities and remained until Sunday Dr Casey says that St Georges Council is on the boom and its members are very anxious to have u Louisville degree teem go there to exemplify the ritual The entire mem bership is mourning the recent death of Harmon Helmes one of its oldest mem bers He was an enthusiastic member of the council St Georges Council will elect its dele gate and alternate at the Grand Council at the first meeting in July Quite a class is to be initiated and several applications are on hand eGRADUATES SCORE The annual commencement exercises of St Augustines Academy Jefferson vllle were held Tuesday night Graduating honors were conferred upon Misses Anna Marie Davis Nora Catherine Ken- ney Mary Alice OConnell Catherine Marie Kavaaawjb Mary puffy Anna PfcarlTolley end Bertha Prances UeCsim x onn JUBILEE 1 Rev Father Thomas W White Will Celebrate Anniversary- of Ordination r TwentyFive Yearrt at the Altar Is Privilege Granted- to Few School Children and Parish lonorsWlll Aid In the Festivities GRAND TIMES FOR CLIFTON The Rev Father White pastor of St Frances of Rome church Clifton will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordlnatjj Qti Tuesday The jubi ninullOBSof the most popular priests tnthe dloeese and is belove Q ty Protest ants Its well as CatboiicJ Although a native of Ireland Father Vh5taJ3J thorough Kentuckian in splr received the greater part of his ect t cal training in this diocese and become one of our people He grieves over our misfortunes and he rejoices in our pleasures No wonder then that the people of Louisville will turn out Iit great numbers Tuesday to attend hi anniversary mass Father White will be the cclebran and the Rev Father Lawrence Ford ail be deacon of the mass The sermo will be preached by the Very Rev Fathe Cronin V G The Rev Father Melodi will be the subdeacon and the Rev Father Francis Brady will be master o ceremonies The mass will be celebrated at 930 oclock 1j The festivities incident to the jubile began Friday evening when the childrei of the parochial school gave a pleasing entertainment Dialogues and dramas were interspersed with vocal and instru mental selections and those who attended were loud in their praise of the training of the little ones by the Sisters of Charity Several weeks ago the ladies of the congregation gave their pastor a linen shower and now the men are preparingto show their appreciation of Father Whites services among them Father White was born in Irelan J his good parents instill ettlb n piety in the boy from his infancy AH receiving part of his education there the young student came to America and cast his die in the diocese of Louisville Alert and magnetic he soon became a general favorite among professors and students This popularity has continued to grow during the twentyfive years of his priesthood After his ordination Father White spent several years on country missions and about eighteen years ago was charged with the erection of a church in Clifton then very sparsely settled Day and night Father White has labored to build up his parish and he has succeeded admirably He has a neat little church and his congre gation is a splendid one At the rats Louisville is growing it will not be many years before he will find it necessary to erect a more commodious structure of stone or brick r IMPRESSIVE Sermon on the Holy Eucharist at the Sacred Heart Church The solemnity of the feast of Corpus Cbristl was observed with impressive ceremonies at Sacred Heart church Sunday The Rev John J Higgins ofSkaneatelas N Y celebrated the high mass at 1030 oclock and preached the sermon Father Higgins read the Gospel for the day in which our Lord related the parable of the rich man who gave a banquet and invited his friends to attend All had excuses and He ordered his steward to send into the highways and byways to bring guests for his table i The speaker explained that Christ waJ the rich man and that the sacrament the holy eucharist was the banquet invitedall rich and poor Protestants Catholics Jews and Gentiles to at the feast and to receive his body d blood Too many of us refuse tot advantage of the offer while the humbl are called into the bosom of the church Father Higgins sermon was an excellent one and made a profound impression on the congregation He left for his home on Wednesday During his stay in Louisville he was the guest of his brother William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American and met many of the local clergy He was loud iq his praise of all he saw and heard in Louisville during his brief sojourn DATES MAAS Miss Lula A Bates and FrankH Mai will be united In matrimony at the rev tory of St MarY 8 church at 4 oclbcl Wednesday afternoen Miss Minnie F Sauer will be the bridesmaid and John j Hubbuch will be the bet man The users will be Coleman G Weiss end Leo J Gathof Miss Bates is a popular youJ prlyewith Gathof Eros Mr and MM will begin 8ekeepfngat 120 earth street d Tw rrrch IEQ a A11EftXOlL R KENTUCKY IRISH MERlGflN 1111IIINI1IINIILNI ITeted te the Moral ad Social Advancement of all Irish America a J KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Bnter fl at the Lonfovllle Postofllce as SocoodCUs Matter Hdieriil CoBwiiBlcatloniiotne KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN3Z6 West Qreen Streett II LOUISVILLU KVSATURDAY JUNE 23 igo6 NOBLE SENTIMENTS Every man and woman in Amer nlca should read and ponder over at least one paragraph of Cardinal Gibbons address to the nationAl convention of the Knights of Col umbus He said No man is suf ficient unto himself Even the Rockefellers Carnegies and other captains of industry would not have succeeded without friends to aid them over hard places Without such friends man would be poor blind and naked and no man may shirksuch resPeaLbLman is his brothers keeper a rela Won tfcai is responsible for the best that our present day civilization Without it we would still fdarkness The wore cue reflects 6n these words the better they are under tood We must all help each other o succeed in life A kind word nd a helping hand will not hurt ou and the divine Saviour holds harity above all virtues PLACE FOR CONVENTIONS A well defined movement has been set afoot to bring one or both jbf the bicongMentions to Louisville in 1908 Why not We have the best peo pie on earth a constantly growing city and a hall in the new armory that is second to none in the coun try for mammoth convention pur V poses Put Robert E Hughes at j the helm give him the necessary backing and we can get any con Vfcr we WAnt It took theme comers to find out how the old city was growing Now they have gone to their homes to spread the glad tidings of Louisvilles rejnvenation Strike while the iron is hot and get a convention STRONG TRUTHS o His Grace Archbishop Glennon t nighttafter night to the theater is a mark of decadence and he adds You avoid the cancer hospital and the pest house while night by night you rush madly to enjoy the sad procession of moral lepers exposed amid the plaudits of the multitude The depiction of mens depravity and womens shamelessness held forth as genius is only the genius that gilds the tomb We want honor virtue truth in our homes books and theaters We might limit our love for the tragic to the contemplation of that sublimest tragedy in the worlds historythe tragedy of the cross The Archbishop has truth on his side The moral decadence of the theater is the result ot a godless system of education both at home and abroad Manager Tebeau now feels the need of police protection at Eclipse irk The exhibition of rowdyism- t Sunday when the people in he stands tossed cushions out into the grounds and later hurled them at each other disgusted Tebeau himself The baseball editors of the daily papers seem to have been hypnotized by the magnate since none of them mentioned the dls graceful episode It is a subject for congratulation however that Tebeau does not control the Police yirt This was made manifest ueaday when Judge McCann assessed a fine of 15 against him for interfering with Sergeant Doran TJte antiSemitic spirit is again amP nt in Ruwia and horrible t ycitte are being reported The and his soldiers claim to be lllinlyet the poor Jews must a queer idea of Christianity when their people are slaughters and mutilated It is about time for the civilized world to intervene is behalf of the stricken Jews Ameri cans know that the Hebrews make model citizens affectionate bands and loving fathers hUS1 God needs me more than you do here was the message given by the dying Bishop of Manchester N H the Right Rev John Bar nard Delany to bis mother his sis ters and the priests around his deathbed last week This would be a happy world if all of us could lleave it with the same sentiments on our lips His good old Irish mother must be consoled with the idea that her soq died a happy death The police protection during home coming week was perfect and no robberies burglaries or pocke picking was reported Neither wa there at any time an extraordinary congestion of street or sidewalk traffic either day or night This speaks well for Acting Chief off Police Ridge who was in charge of the peace guardians during the week State Inspector of Labor Scally deserves the support of every hot est manufacturer and employer iin his efforts to enforce the labor lawsi now iq force The enforcement off this statute means safety for boys and girls separate toilet rOoms for the sexes and better sanitary con ditions Local parochial schools acad emies and colleges seem to b improving the character of the r commencement exercises cuttin out long and tiresome essays am orations and putting in vocal and instrumental music Parents pupils and friend approve the change A letter to the Louisville paper this week stated that New York was shy on one and vodolla r bills There arc lots of people iit Louisville in the same position PROTECTION OP CHILDREN State Labor Inspector Scally is to be comuended for his efforts in assisting to put through the Legislature an amend ment to tbe statute which makes tbe employment of children under fourteen years of age a penal offense The amendment is now in force and provides that no child under sixteen years old must be employed more than ten hours a day Neither shall any child under sixteen years be permitted to have the care or custody of an elevator or be employed at sewing belts The statute furthermore provides that no person under the age of eighteen will be permitted to clean machinery while in motion Inspector Scally wilt see that this law and all its provisions are rigidly enforced CHALLENGE ACCEPTED Mackin Council has accepted chal ledge to debate with a team from Sarto Council of Owensboro The debate will be held at Mackin club honse in September The choice of the subject has been left to Sarto but Mackin will have the right to select the affirmative or negative side of the question Each council will be represented by two men- the leaders to be limited to twentyfive ninnies each and the rejoinders to ten minutes each- Owensboro will send a big delegation to cheer her advocates and Mackins boys will be encouraged by members of all the councils of the three Palls cities OUTING PROVED SUCCESS MacEin Councils annual outingon Thursday was a great success both financially and socially Prom noon until nearly midnight the cars leading to Fontaine Ferry Park were crowded with I friends of this popular organization resident Raidy and Louis J Kieffer Chairman of tbe Picnic Committee seemed to be everywhere at once The young men and women fairly swarmed in the dancing hall where an excellent orchestra under the direction of Pry I owdr1 I Iberally Mackln has reason to roar 1 xrrstulMriu Pic k Comsaittt ii f7 J t11r- U S963K SOGKTY John Martel of New Albany has returned to St Louis where he may make his home temporarily Miss Agnes Edmunds of Norfolk Va was a welcome guest at the home of Miss Mary McDermott 2610 West Jefferson street Mrs Del Clappln of 1132 Zane street left Wednesday for Knoxville to be the guests of Mrs Riney for the next several weeksMrs Prank Griffith of Columbus Ind has been the guest of her sisters Misses Amy and Gene McCann ot Jeffer sonville Miss Katie Gray of Hartford Conn formerly of Louisville spent home com ing week here and returned home Wednesday Miss Bertha Fowler of Colesburg has returned home after a pleasant visit to Thomas J McDonough and wife pf South Louisville W F Thompson of Woodsbury Ill was a home comer and called at the office of the Kentucky Irish American to see several old friends Miss Abbie G Hennessey the popular telephone operator at the Old Inn who had been ill for ten days resumed her duties on Wednesday Mrs John Hallagan had as her guest during home coming week Mrs Henry Dewees of Jacksonville Miss and Mrs James Potter of Nashville Mrs William J McCrann and two daughters Of South Omaha Neb are guests ot her mpther Mrs Katherine Hannon 14J3 Longest avenue Miss Margaret McKettila ot Fairfield who graduated from Nazareth Academy spent home coming week with her cousin streetsMrs John Dillon of Milwaukee and Mrs James Dillon of Memphis are pre paring to return home after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in Portland The baby daughter of John N Chester of 1660 Haldeman avenue was baptized at St Josephs church Sunday afternoon The little one was christened Margaret WinifredMisses Mamie and Marcelle Meagher entertained at dinner Monday evening In honor of Miss Sarah Keegan and lames Keegan of New York Covers were laid for twenty Miss Kate Normally of New Albany Miss Clara McDermott of Redo 111 and John James McDermott have return ed to New Albany after a pleasant visit to relatives in Cincinnati Miss Cecilia Meagher who has been threatened with an attack of typhoid fever at her home 1304 First street is hopeeto see her out in the near future enterg indKansas City at their home on Baird street Covers were spread for eight Misses Margaret and Jennie Duffy of Portland gave a linen shower Wednesday in honor of Miss Louise Milligan LanyoniTuesday Mrs Peter Jennings of Mississippi i formerly city of this is the gnest of her father Michael Finegan 1139 Sixth street She arrived in time for the home coming and will remain for several weeksMiss Margaret Russell of Chicago is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Russell Sr of New Albany She is ac compained by Miss Grace Nelson They came to attend the Russell Murphy weddingPatrick Heron and wife of Wichita Kansas are spending a pleasant fortnight with Maurice Coll and family of Jeffer sonvilte The visitors formerly resided there but removed to Kansas twenty years ago Miss Julia Madden of Chicago and Miss Katie Mullen of St Paul both formerly of this city are the guests of Albert F Martin and family 616 East Gray street They will not return home for several days Mrs William P Burke of Danville Ill formerly of this city has been the guest of her mother on Portland avenue during the past two week She will leave for Chicago where her husband has a lucrative positon about July 1 Mrs Bertha Henning Mannion of Neenab Wis Martin Mannion Riche wood W Va and George T Mannion of Milwaukee have returned home after spending home coming week with their sister Mrs Lawrence Walter 1621 West Walnut Thomas P Watts of Kansas City who headed a train load of home comers from his town remained over this week During his stay he has been the guest of his son la 1aw and daughter Mr and Mrs William J Barry 2402 West Chest nut street James L Hackett his sons Lawrenc and Bernard attended the commence went exercises of the Urauline Academy Drown county Ohio on Tuesday and returned home Wednesday accompanied- by Miss Genevieve Hackett who was a pupil there Miss May McAuliffe and Frank Brncker were united in the holy bonds of isatri monyatSt Michaels church at 4 oclock Tuesday afternoon the Rev Father ICoBnor officiating The maid of honor was Miss Mayme Muks and Wilson ardesty was ike brat maa The ashore wtre Aug1Utl Brticktr aad William t 1i Gas II r Li Smith The happy couple held a recep lion at their new home 2014 Ceda street immediately after the ceremony Miss Ella McElligott a beautiful and accomplished young lady of Chicago has been the guest of Mr and Mrs James Twobig during the past fortnight and will return home today During Her visit she made a host of friends by her pleasing manners Among the home comers who have been enjoying a pleasant visit were Will lam Sbaughnessy and wife of St Louis who were the guests of their parents on West Oak street Their many friends were glad to see them and several social affairs were given in their honor Missess Nell Barry and May anti Alice Reedy leaders in Newport society cir cles have been enjoying a delightful visit here as the guests of Mrs Samuel McBride Eighteenth street They have been greatly admired and several social functions were given in their honor 0Miss Anna Schmitt and Louis R Stark were quietly married at St Anthonys church on Wednesday after noon at 3 oclock Arthur C Becker ia tenyearold nephew of the bride pre sided at the organ Only a few friends of the contracting parties witnessed the ceremony Michael J Burke and little son Halpin of St Louis arrivedfor tbejatter half of home coming week While here they were the guests of Joseph Burke 834 Cawthon street Mr Burke is head of the credit department for the John Deere Plow Company St Louis He calledat the office of the Kentucky Irish American before returning home One of the many home comers was W Thompsonof Roadhouse Illa velerni newspaper printer and editor He is the proprietor of the Herald at Roadhouse anil is doing well Mr Thompson is ia close friend of Judge Raymond Lynch the vetern proof reader During his stay in Louisville he called at tbe office of the Kentucky Irish American William F Smith and Miss Katherine Jacquo well known young people of Lafayette township Indiana were mar red by tbe Rev Father Summersbeii at St Marys of the Woods church 01 Tuesday Misses Mamie and Clara Smith and Annie Jarquo were bridesmaids and Edward Speth Edward Stiller and Edward Navill They have many friends iiin the Falls cities A rainbow wedding was that which united Miss Rose Schneider and George Harmann at St Vincent de Pauls church Thursday the Rev Father Thome offi elating The bride wore the customary white gown and veil Her bridesmaids Misses Lena Miller and Margaret Diehl mann were gowned in pink and blu- mull respectively while the little flower girls were attired In frocks of green and yellow The ushers were Peter Schneider and George Harmann The Hon William QBryan Mayor ol Oewensboro and blips Mabel Murphy also of that city were married in St Pauls church there on Tuesday warning The Rev Father Fitzgerald pronounced the words which made them man and wife The city officials in full dress witnessed the ceremony and mounted police and members of tbe fire department escorted the happy couple to the church Mayor and Mrs OBryan have gone on a tour through the West Tbe bright particular star in the galaxy of Kentucky beauties that illumined the home coming firmament was Miss Caro lyn Stephan Two years ago she left Louisville to assume responsible duties in the New York tfficeof W S Mathews Sons Miss Stephan returned to her native heath in time for the opening of tbe home coming festivities Radiant features a graceful carriage and a never endlngfund of repartee made her wel come during the two weeks she remained in this city The Lollypop Social Club held a pri vate picnic at Blackl tons Mills several miles back of New Albany on Sunday In the party were Missess Annie Duffy Maggie and Kate Cowman Ella Garrity Rebecca Hart Julia Miller Ella Hackel berry Mary Gllbooleyi Annie and Mag gjeKehoe Julia Kelly Gussie Scyber ger and Messrs Allen Constantine Arch and Cody Kehoe John Cole John Ken ney William Haley Wesley Kirley Clifford Sching James Miller and George Kimmick Alt enjoyed a deligtful day The marital rites that will make Miss Katie Wempe Mrs William Borntraeger will be solemnized at St Martins church Shelby and Gray streets at 9 oclock Wednesday morning The Rev Father Francis Felton pastor of St Augustines church will tie the knot and will officiate at the nuptial mass that follows The prospective bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry B Wempe of 828 East Gray street The benedict elect is a well known young tailor They will begin housekeeping at 1911 West Walnut street St Charles Borromeo church was crowded by friends of the contracting parties at 0 oclock Wednesday morning when Miss Fannie Tompkins became the bride of Charles J Duane The cere mony was performed by the Rev Father Raffo who also celebrated the nuptial JslIIThe bride is a promising young violinist and fs a member of tbe Phllhar monic Orchestra She is the daughter- of Mr and Mrs John Tompkins The groom is a son of John Duane and holds a responsible position with the Standard Oil Company Misses Rita Eleanor and Mary Sulli van entertained Wednesday evening for Misses Ethel and May Gallagher of St Louis guests of Miss Katherine Davern Those present were Misses Ethel and May Gallagher Katherine Davern Nellie Knox Loretta and Gertrude Burke of Brockton Mass Blanche Sizemore of Sturgis Anna Mattingly Loreta Rehm Katherine Gleaton Carrie Dott Messrs lac ONeal Dennis Glwsoa Kenneth coggan John Spalding + Joe Carey Joe Haarahapoba DwaRf Jack Dual 4- p x n o n- U F 1 gmmmrammimimim mmimmmmmmmimim1 imnimmmmnmr immwmmmm FJIIIBtRNIANFontaine I Park BAli== Thursy June 28i Under Auspices of the Jefferson County Board 3= Ancient Order of Hibernians =c = c CENTSi7tiliUii1111iUi1HiUlli81i 1 Edward Purcell Joe OBrien Henry Pell Walter Dawson Jim OLeary Will Gan non Edwin Swindler and Sidney Lawshe SILVER HILLS Indiana Knobs Continue to be Mcccet fpr Pleasure Seekers No resident of Louisville has to go to Europe in search of beautiful scenery Silver Hills on the crest of the Indiana knobs present an attractive view to lov era of natural scenery The Louisville and Southern Indiana Traction Com panys cars run to the summit of thi hills and at this season of the year thi ride isa delightful one Crossing tit river over the Big Four bridge the line runs past the United States Government Depot and close to the Indiana Reform atory before plunging into one of thi most fertile valleys in Indiana reaching New Albany the cars climb the hills giving tbe passengers a splendid view of the ribbonlike Ohio as it wends its way between Kentucky and Indiana Once on the summit the ozone iis delightful and the tired resident of the city inhales one draught after another off refreshing air Those who made tbe trip are anxious to go again and tbe increaseing Many have erected tents and are camping out for the summer Cars leave for Silver Hills every fifteen minute from Third and Market streets VISITS HER AUNT Miss Ethel Greeley the little daughte of John Greeley is visiting her aunt Mrs James McDonogb at Logansport Ind FRIENDS WILL REJOICE- d fine baby girl arrived this week at the home of Mr and Mrs M J OLougblin of Houston Tex The mother was formerly Miss Maud Breslin of thts city Friends of the happy parents are extending congratulations HINTS ON STYLE I vogue Checks in all materials are in great Ribbon ties bid fair to almost entirely supplant low shoes Belts both of leather or dress goods are at popular as ever German Valenciennes is upon every thing in the way of lingerie Scotch effects in ribbons are very good especially when used upon the smart little sail hats Irish lace remains in high favor despite the fact that it has held first place for several seasons Tbe best dressed women of Paris have set the seal of approval upon the high linen collar with its dainty muslin tie French underclothes have set the fash ion for the wearing of plainer things when plain can be translated as quiet eleganceIn as in dress gray con fronts you on every hand One pale shade almost white is exquisite in wings and quills- A touch of black often many touches is woven into almost every design to at once heighten and subdue the colors and white background The coloring of the latest pompadour gown is daring even vivid though so cunningly blended that the most soberly minded individual would fail to call it loudThe fashion of combining lace and embroidery often two or three kinds of each to trim a single gown holds its own even upon tbe light ail summer fabrics Plenty of double and triple skirts are used the flounces deep beautiful embroidery or lace incrusted lace inset and laceedged all three perhaps on the very same flounce Browns both the true brown tones and those that verge upon the chestnut are the predominating shades for both the dresses and hats The color adapts Itself admirably to costumes of half a dozen tonesOne of the newest ways of applying ruffles or tucks to deep as to be almost folds which play so important a part in the trimming of skirts is a sort of pan leling above the ruffles which run all the way round the skirt A dainty dessert that may be prepared very quickly is made of angel cake and whipped cream Split tbe cake lengthwise then covet the layers with thick whipped cream and gvw the top place I candied cherries 0- u 1 I FONTAINEFERRY TUB PARK BEAUTIFUl WEEK OF JUNE 24 ALLSTAR VAUDEVILLE Havemanns Trained Wild Ani mals and S Ottier Big Acts ERLINGERANfl HIS HAND Two Free Concerts bally at 230 and 3 p m NEW ROLLER RINK Daily Sessions at 280 and 8 p m 30AMUSEMENT DEVICES30 Something new added every week ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free PARKeOpen For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR ePicnicsSocialsl Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or societies should consult the mana rgar of Phoenix Hill Park before closing DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the city Wm F Mayer 119i WEST MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER nARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellersoavllle lad Give your boys on education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE I 112 W roadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brother Claulcal Scientific and Butioesa Course Preparatory De partmentLarge Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium Terus odcrtc Bro James Dir HENRY HUNOLD DEAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phase 330 540 W WALNUT VISITOR FROM DETROIT J E Foley of Detroit Superintendent of the American Car and Foundry Com parry spent several days in Louisville this week With Jeremiah Kayanagh he went to Blue Ridge Ga on business for the L N R R Co Mr Foley is prominent in Irish Catholic circles in Detroit and is an enthusiastic member of- the Knights of Columbus There are 1100 members of that order in Detroit and every one of that number Is promi nent professionally Mr Foley Is the head of an establishment that employs 2700 men He returned home on Thurs day HOLY NAME SCHOOL The annual commencement exercises off the Holy Name parochial school Third and O streets were held in the school hall Thursday evening Diplomas were awarded fifteen members of tbe commercial class while seven members of the eighth grade were given certificates Jrj excellent was rendered TbeRev Father John OCoa Doris justly proud of bis school uo Jr When on the Water Wagon try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll- understand 4 At all good Bars Groceries and Stands Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OF PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plait 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 + + + + H t WALL PAPER patterns and ceilings for 360 smaller rooms in proportion selection from 35 patterns all colors 9 and 18 inch bordersR CULLEY l Seventh and OaK Home Phone 6225 Cum south 2383z C THOMPSON y FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirson SIj Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed ItOURS8TO6 SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work dons for the lean money Our Dentistry Will Please You 1 We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Hr JrJ COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis CoiC SCHNEIDER w DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Oreen Streets Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE i LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET llI- f 4 s n ri k lrrtJIItjJftlfttttfttt DANIEL DOUGHERTY and Embalmer Calls Day Night 1231 Market THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 oils day night Car ridges furnished for all occasions W MARKET ST IIIIt H PHONE CUMBERLAND Ja Ju BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EHST 7Z STREET With the assistance of my soda continue the undertaking Dusiness of my under the same firm name at 838 Main Street MRS BARRETT E H STRAUB PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ICarraKei Furnished Notice I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 Oran W Smiths Son SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice W JEFFERSON STREET J Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSES with Optical Co eye clamps They do not slip irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians o Third and Chestnut Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOK INVISIBLE BIFOCAL for to buy wall not the idea of seeing how much you save but with the fixed resolve to gee thoroughly good quality first and a low nrice afterward Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 Kentucky Wall Plaster PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky HEIRYUPULSI P DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3633 528 Fifth Street KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladle and chil J dren a specialty Elegant made to order at reasonable prices All call answered day or night n i1 pb0ael677 Ofce24l9FayneSL- r u- Go r J Funeral Director Both 2998 Carriages FurtJshad All Occasions All Answered Promptly Wa St Bet 12th and 13th +++ t t H t t t 11 i r t t and All promptly attended to or 1226 i I J t I I 1 I HOME 88 123 tINI will late husband East JOHN J s J TRACY t BOTH r I on Mounted Southern glass Streets with Co BOTH J promptly Home PKonis 1531 W MARKET STREET t II 1 I IVI AL and 809 TELEPHONE 810 c ur Louisville Ky Kentucky plaster can U of shrouds U su or I SMOKE BOBZIEN1 CUBANA5c The cigar without an equal All the new spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices HERRMANN BROSr IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BaND Telephone 1946 234 Sixth Street NEW ALBANY ORADUATES The closing exercises of Holy Trinity parochial school New Albany were held Tuesday night A large audience waa in attendance and applauded an entertaining programme of music and song Cer tificates of graduation were awarded Misses Anna Laughlin Lillian Sheehan Irene Lipps Mary Gill Agnes Raaba and Masters Thomas Russell Dennis Burke John Flisparl and John Fox CHIEF TYSON HOME Major Filmore Tyson Chief of the Fire Department returned home Wednesday evening and OH Thursday resumed his duties During bis absence of six weeks Chief Tyson has visited San Francisco Seattle Portland and other cities iu the West and North and has picked up many suggestions for the impnovwneat efthe local Ere fighters J o IHJ 111 1 111111 111 111111 1111111- 1 111111 GIVE US YOUR ORDER i OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREETL SOLEMN FEAST- TriplcBenedlctionof Blessed Sacrament at Dominia can Church The ceremonies for the solemnity of the feast of Corpus Christi at St Louis Bertrands church were sublime Tart Sunday The 1030 oclock mass was solemn high with the Rev Father Flood O P as celebrant Rev Father Dunn O P deacon and the Rev Father Kernan O P subdcacon The sermon was preached by the Rev Father Clark O P who made a masterly defense of the real presence of our Divine Lord in the holy sacrament of the EucharistSolemn vespers were sung at 330 oclock in the afternoon Then followed the recitation of the rosary and a procession of several hundred children preced lug the priests carrying the blesssd sacra ment A cross bearer and acolytes led the way followed by half a dozen little girls strewing flowers After them came the girls of the first communion classs attired in white and singing Pangue Lingua The Very Rev Fathers Logan and McFeely attired in the white habits of the Dominicans came next and were in turn followed by the boys of the first communion class as a guard of honor to the blessed sacrament carried by the Rev Father Flood with Fathers Dunn and Kernan as deacon and subdeson The Rev Father Heenan was master of ceremoniesThe wended its way down the main aisle and then up St Josephs aisle When the cross bearer reached the sanctuary the children formed in open ranks and allowed the priests and the bleased sacrament to pass through The male choir sang the Tantum Ergo after which Father Flood gave benedic tion The route was again taken up and the second benediction was given from the Blessed Virgins altar Once more the route was taken up and finally the third benediction was given from the main altar Thus all present had the extreme privilege of receiving a triple benediction of the blessed sacrament NEWMAN WATCHED Geraldine Dramatic Club Shows Appreciation of Coach The members of the Geraldine Dra matic Club gave Henry W Newman an agreeable but merited surprise Tuesday afternoon when they called at his office 320 West Green street and presented him with a handsome gold watch The club was represeuted by Raymond Barrett and ThomasD dines Mr Barrett stated briefly that the Geraldine Dramatic Club appreciated Mr Newmans services in coaching the amateur Thespians and as a slight token of their appreciation of his services they desired to present him with a gold watch Mr Newman was taken completely by surprise but finally informed the com mittee that the gift was appreciated He added that he had never attempted to train a more tractable crowd The watch iis handsomely engraved and bears the Initials of Mr Newman To show that it comes from an Irish crowd it is enclosed in a handsome green plush box CELEBRATED FIRST MASS The Rev Father Frank Schaub cele brated his first mass at St Marys church New Albany on Wednesday The cere monies were impressive and the church was crowded with the relatives and friends of the young priest The Rev leather Olmar was arcbpriest the Rev Frther Bonier deacon and the Rev Father Cbrysostomos subdeacon A ser mon on the dignity of the priesthood was preached by the Rev Father Bnrkemeyer Father Schau is a native of New Albany and was educated at St Meinrads Abbey where he was ordained on Sunday His father Peter Schaub died a few weeks ago FONTAINE FERRY PARK The management of Fontaine Ferry Park promises another week of sense tional features Herr Havemanns trained animals will occupy the position of headliner in the vaudeville perform ance Ferocious lions tigers a bear and a dog are among his performers AH the other acts in the Hopkins Pavilion will be better than usual Erlanger and his famous nand will remain another week and continue to give concertsaftarnooa andalghtThe1lew skating rink is enjoying phenomenal popularity i a i 1 uIJ d- a OOOD WORK PrintingFAIR Kentucky Irish American KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Within six years Michigan has increased its memberahip from GOO to 3600 Fifty councils have permanent homes or else are planning for their construe lion The cost ranges from 10000 to 200000A banquet was held to celebrate the third anniversary of the Fargo North Dakota council Northern New York Knights will hold their second annual reunion at Platts burgh July 9 to 13 The council at Troy N Y celebrated its tenth anniversary by presenting its Chaplain the Very Rev Monsignor Walsh a silvar set of 120 pieces Massachusetts has 127 councils with a membership of 12500 The members are particularly active in securing proper employment for boys discharged from reform institutions There are now 204 councils of the order In New York State with an aggre gate membership of 37000 Pennsyl vania is second in order with eighty six councils and 13000 members The national convention voted to raise a fund of 100000 in aid of the Apostolic Mission House in charge of the Panlist Fathers at Washington D C The amount will be raised by assessing the subordinate councils In his annual address to the national convention Supreme President Edward Li Hearn recommended the discontinu ance of the customary memorial services In their stead he suggested that February 22 be set apart each year as a day upon which all councils shall have requiem masses celebrated The suggestion will I doubtless be accepted by the subordinate councils I RECENT DEATHS John OConnell Jr a young man well known in the southwestern patt of the city died at his fathers residence 2100 Boiling avenue early Thursday morning The funeral took place from St Georges church yesterday morning The deceased was only twentytwo years old but was deservedly popular Muchsympathy has been expressed for Mr and Mrs Owen Curley whose infant daughter Sallie was called to heaven Wednesday The little one was only three months old but had wound herself around the heartstrings of her parents The funeral took place from the residence 116 Third street Friday morning Miss Mary S Fogarty one of the most prominent modistes in the city diedat the home of her sister Mrs William J Bohan 2008 Preston street Wednesday afternoon She was fortyfive years of age and was favorably known through out the city The funeral took place from St Johns cbmxh yesterday morning The funeral of Henry J Veeneman who died at his mothers residence 126 Third street Sunday afternoon took place from St Michaels church at 930 oclock Wednesday This deceased was fortyfive years old and is survived by hIs venerable mother Mrs Elizabeth Veeneman his brother Anthony and two sisters Mrs E1Mann and Mrs Charles Hiland Thomas M Skelley a well known clerk in the employ of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Boa pltal on Monday He had suffered from consumption during the past two years but was not confined to his bed until a few weeks ago The deceased was forty five years of age and was a native of Louisville He was an expert accountant and popular with all classes His remains were removed to the home of his mother Mrs Patrick N Hanley 436 West Wal nut street The funeral took place from the Cathedral on Wednesday mornipg He is survived by one son Baxter Skel ley and a halfbrother John P Hanley of Frankfort Secretary and Treasurer of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company WORTHY CAUSE St Aloy ins Debt Paying Society will will give a picnic with euchre and danc ing at Phoenix Hill Pjirk on Monday night The committee in charge of the affair promises a leastut evening to an who attend The ladies of St parish will see that aa ample supply of refreshments is on hand a U I HOMEWARD BOUND Dr Douglas Hyde Completes a Very SuccessfulTour Dr Douglas Hyde and his wife sailed for Ireland from New York Friday of last probablybeinggreat son of Erin carried with him a check for 50000 the fruits of his lectures in this country Every cent of this money will be used to promote the restorption of the Gaelic tongue to its rightful place among the languages of the nations Among the many friends this lecturer andstudent made during his tour of America are many wealthy IrishAmeri cans of New York City On the eve of his departure these gentlemen undertook to present him with a purse of 2500 with which to buy a motor car for his respectfullybutadmirers that he had never accepted a cent for the work he was pursuing and wouldnot break the rule now The money was returned to the contrhutors During his stay in the United States Dr Hyde traveled 19000 miles visited more than sixty cities and in all spoke to more than 80000 people His tour was successful in every particula- rRELATIONS STRAINED Gov Beckham sad Magistrate Hoffman Take Opposite Views Magistrate Hoffman of this city has taken issue with Gov Beckham on the Sunday closing movement The Magis trate wants every feature of the Sunday closing law upheld and to that end has issued warrants for the arrest of drug gists cigar dealers park owners etc He takes the stand that it is no more legal to sell cigars on Sunday than it is to sell liquor He wants all work stopped on Sunday except the exemptions allowed by the Statutes Gov Beckham is disposed to think that Mr Hoffman is too strenuous and has announced that he will pardon offenders as often as they are fined But the Magistrate insists that he can fine the offenders as often as the Goveior pardons them Magistrate Hoffman has one advantage He can force those fined to pay court costs The Governor can remit the fine but he can not remit the costs Mr Hoffman is a firm believer in upholding the law and insists that he wantsall violators treated alike SUDDEN DEATH Mrs Kiren James of Lafayette township Indiana formerly Miss Katie Smith of this city died very suddenly Wednes day evening She was the wife of Kiren James a prosperous farmer and one of the trustees of the township and left her home in the morning to go to Moores ville with a pad of berries En route home she was taken ill and was uncon scious in her surrey when found by several young people who asked per neighboringfarmbeen granted the young men discovered that Mrs James was dead The remains were removed to the family residence and prepared for burial Mrs James was in agoSheStraub wife of the well known under taker and several brothers SHOWERED Miss Julia Halloran gave a largely at tended reception and shower Tuesday night at her home 1646 Pope street in honor of Miss Fannie Bruntou who will become a bride next week Miss Brun ton and Cook Wells of CinCinnatiwill be united in the holy bonds of wedlock Wednesday evening at 830 oclock Rev Father White OffiC the illness of the e the wedding will take Iatlngjwe and will be a quiet will make their home in Covington BRIEF SESSION Mackin Council held a very brief sea sion Tuesday night out of respect to the memory of Eldred H Hayden who died Monday night After the simplest rou the members went to the home of the dlspoeedofdeceased repose of his soul The officers of the council attended the funeral and two of thepalll n FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN 1EWINGc COMPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUX VrLLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE r Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until ProPrelY adTELEPHONE 1380 Louisviiie urancii fourteenth and Jefferson Sis ICumb Phone flaln 1913 rytyTtIIe WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers H Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky 4 ASK FOR 6 DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN K OKRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY PETER M INDRIOT SONS RGOIN MANUFACTURERS CarrIage Repairing and Baiter Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET ANGELUS BIRD When traveling in the forests of Guiana and Paraguay it Is not uncommon to meet with a bird whose music greatly resembles that of an Angelus bell when heard from a distance The Spaniards call this singular bird a bell ringer though it may be still more appropriately designated as the Angelus bird for like the Angelus bell it is heard three times a daymorning noon and night Its song which defies all description cen slats of sounds like the strokes of a bell succeeding one another every two or three minutes so clearly and in such a resonant manner that the listener ifx stranger imagines himself to be near a chapel or convent But it turns out that the forest is the chapel and the bell a bird The beauty of the Angelus bird is equal to his talent He is as Jarge an a jay and as white as snow besides being graceful Infor11andswifthi1 motion Bat the most curious ornament of the Angelus bird is the tuft of black arched feathers on its beautiful bead It IIt of conical flhapejaadabout four inches In length It Home Phone 59- 81Carpenter B J JOHNSON and Builder Job Work Promptly Attended To C L ALLEN Foreman 2971 ALFORD AVENUE WINES LIQUORS CISAftS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER PrepfHot Lunch btovata w GREEN akiT S36OOTO Denver Colorado Springs and- Pueblo AND RETURNj FROM LOUISVILLE VIAIHenderson Ron correspodhigYJOw rates to al infoJIrwlllGeapa Agent Louisville r 1- n D GU r o iiIs10Tr 1riE AN L THE BIG STORE SPECIAL SALE OF MENSIThis week we put on sale Mens Trousers made good strongI Casslmeres and Worsteds can be worn for and reliable are of Fancy I Street or Dress and some exceptional good values atIi 2OO i ITHE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII 11 Hl1l 1 11 1 1 1 1 HMH1 1 tHHHMIHIHIHMHHHI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1011 II 1 1 H BEDDING PLANTS J We have the largest and most complete stock of Roses Geraniums Cannas Vines in the city Our prices right Order at once a few of our TOMATO PLANTS areii 1 JACOB SCHULZIGREENHOUSES Both Phones 223 1325 044 I Iu I 1 1 d 4 iI1IIhI1 1 1 I I I + ++ + + 4HK tttttttttSPRING CARPETSSTOCKS AT TIIEIR BEST 4 ROOM SIZE RUGSENORMOUS LINE Our buying capacities unable us to secure great advantages You share these advantages by buying from us icHUBBUCITIi BROS 524 528 West St l i VISIT OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT 1 +I I I I u s SSs S8S8t1 qtrGlias li Rogers BOOK GO I+ PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our tine of goods They are the 3 finest of their kind In the city 3 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES- OF tEVERY DESCRIPTION f 434 w Jfferson Street sR Do You Want to Save SIOO On a Piano THEN ATTEND OUR TEN DAYS SALE During this sale prices on every make Piano we handle will be cut t goad and deep offering you a chance to secure Higet Grade Pianos at prices that will astonish you We have no warehouse since ours burned Sun day to store the new pianos arriving daily We are crowded to the doors and must make room for those that are coming In This sale is bona fide in every respect and if you will come to our store and see what shape we are la for space you will readily see that what we say is true Visit the Most Beautify Piano Store in the Country MONTENEGRO= RIEHM MUSIC CO Or7a8Ot3O CtOURTJEX AVENUE tI JPBANNON President 111 HIHH 11 111 PREMIUMSWITH MY Office 508512 W Jefferson St 573 Baer- ee Market 111HIHH1MHIH 1 NEW BLEND COFFEE 44plece Tea Set with 60 Ibt 00plice Dinner Set with 140 lbs Rocking Chair with 50 Ibs 10plecj Tollel Set with 60 Ibs here the simple proposition Ask your friends to give trial orders for so many pounds at 20c per pound When you have sold the number of pounds required according to the premium list published here send tnem to me will put up each order as directed and you select guaranlee thle Coffee to be fresh roasted dally and to give satiSfaction or refund yo- urLicetriedalways used Call or write for further informatMCULLOY COFFEE ROASTER tl IfO PhOnll111 a1 W MAY2KID1 f rREErt fJII 1111 nlIIIIIIIIII 1111111 t raI ii M1I BANNON VlcePres Gen Mgr I I I I I 1 t I I I P ITreasurerII Kentucky Vitrifiei Brick CD INCORTORATED az1u1aot1rer a of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS TELEPHONE Works Magnolia Aye Bet 9th and loth TELEPHONE 1252 U DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICALHOlSE5HOLIXG I nsrse Celled Peril Delljersd OFFKEf WRMIAIY AMI SHOEW6 FMIE iM7 NM Wt IM WAY II p IjiMARVELOU5Ij IN DAINTY SHIRT WAISTS- 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 I WHITE LAWN WAISTS FOR 25c This offering I surely the clltnaxjjthink of Itj you couldnt buy tbe I material ualityatI I5 long sleeves open front finisher with tucks all sizes these are regular 60c values sale price 10 18 WHITE LAWN WAISTS FOR 49c This is another offering that can be classified as exceptional there are several tltyles to choose from with rows of lace insertion iz waists sellend embroidery panels j all slslthese o regularly at 98c this sale price half 18 HIGII GRADE TAFFETA SILK WAISTS FOR 298They come in all the popular pastel shades beau- tifullyt2 made with tucks hemstitching and bow knots Y others trimmed with lace insertion short sleeves hutton back regular price 4 98 cholceal tbIo- sale iNAR1tET STREET BET THIRD Q1 ie 00000000 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenerid- News Notes i Providence R I has a new branch of the Ladies Auxiliary with a charte membership of sixty Division 1 of Trenton N J celebrated its thirtyfourth anniversary witl a literary and musical programme Division 1 will meet Tuesdav night md a full attendance is desired since tbe final arrangements are to be made for IIts share in the annual outing There are fortythree divisions of tbe Ladies Anxiliarv in Ohio with a total membership of 2040 The balance lu the various treasuries amounts to 10 5211Massachusetts will hold her State con ention at Pall River this year and tbeI street parade on that occasion prowls to eclipse anything ever held in Bristol ounty Minnesota has inaugurated a system bywhlclJ the Financial Secretary of the livision which showed the least fallinj off gets a prize of 05 The metboi work well and the order is on the bow i In that State New York Hibernians will bold tbei annual field day August 25 The proceeds will be used in procuring prizes for students iti parochial schools display- Ing the greatest proficiency in the stud jf Irish history The latest quarterly report of State Secretary Murphy of Ohio show eventyuine divisions and eight military ompanies in that State The aggregate membership is 5958 anrt the total receipt Cor the year were 7725300 Division 4 will hold a regular meeting Vednesday evening and President Johr A Murphy wants every member on hand The outing at Fontaine Ferry will beheld the following day and all the active workers are to be assigned to their re ective duties ROUSING MEETING Division 3 Held An important Session On Monday Night President Patrick Welsh was well pleased with the attendance and the itbusiasm displayed at Division 3s meeting Monday night There wasnot a dull moment while the meeting was in progress James Carroll a member of- the Geraldine Dramatic Club was obli gated A communication from the County lardnotified the members of the dlvis Ion that it had been assigned to look after the scenic railway at Fontaine Perry Park next Thursday Dave Murphy John Gorman and Edward McDonald were reported ill National Director George Butler James Coleman and Patrick Holley who represented Division 3 on the committee sleeted to purchase a site for a perma nent home for the four local divisions were outspoken against the lack of Interest in the project as shown by similar committees from the other divisions Sever general committee meetings had been officially called but the committee from Division 3 was the only one that ever appeared Each of the committeemen favored abandoning the hall idea until such time as the other divisions took an active hold of the work National Director Butler made an xcelleut talk on the forthcoming alioaal convention and aroused enthusiasm when be referred to the passage rough Congress of a bill appropriating 50000 for a national monument to Commodore John Barry the founder of the American navy He told how long and arncstly the order had worked to bring this about Mr Butler also dllCuede- veralpropotedamendmentsto the national and State laws of the order He pointed out tbafunlerib present laws the State officers were not elected until sveral tnomtha alter the national officers ere chosen la this way the national Seers were occasionally without the support of the people who elected them State President Tho8 lCean IAW ot 2501J 49CII 298 WHITE LAWN WAISTS FOR 98cAt this specially I low price we have a variety of lawn waists to select from IQJII also dotted Swiss waists with Dutch neck also waists I embroidery fronts on the whole the selection Jwith regular 125 and 149 values choice 1981TbeseI trimmedIHIGHGRADE JAP SILK WAISTS FOR 298 Come in white only 7 rows of lace insertion down front and Q9 four panels of very pretty embroidery finished with tucks in front and back lace trimming at cuffs and peck IIIIthese are marvelous values at the sale price II each AND SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President John M Mulloy Vice President Tbotaas D Clines Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J CusicV 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArms Edward Craddic1 DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran- RecordingSecrctaryJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessv Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatAinlsTbomas Noon SentinelMartin Sbeehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Leniban Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfaua Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleasan VlcePresldentMlchae1 Breen Treasurer iLouia Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy fr Financial Secretary John Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJobn E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y DI x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raldy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President =D Oliver Pat- Recording top Secretary John L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams J141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella ence Mackey and Patrick T Sullivan also spoke in favor of amending he laws Before adjourning all knelt in prayer for the repose of the soul of James Bree formerly National Secretary of the order VENERABLE RELIGIOUS The oldest living Brother in America robably the oldest living religious in the world is Brother Lawrence of St larya Augustinian Priory Lawrence MaSl He is now in his ninetyeighth year and is still in possession of all his faculties Brother Lawrence was born In CUkenny Ireland and has been a memo ber of the Augustinian order more than seventy years CONFIRMATION The Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis will confirm a class of thirtyfive children at tMarysoftheKnoba church tomorrow fternoon The ladles of the congrega ion will serve refreshments on the lawn after the ceremonies C K of AAs long as the provider lives a well governed Catholic family will be found in good Only cruel death wakes an irreparable gap To give u helping band in such cases of istreae to the widows and orphans is the ibject of the Catholic Knights pi America Why not join this great order Write to President Felix Gaudin New Orleauj La or to Secretary Anthony latre MerawdJacoard Balldiag St t KG aunS 98c I I 298 il I i FOURTH Magistrate circumstances RAND Record of the Host Important o the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Very Rev Father Stanton of Ac honry has been created Monsignor l by Pope Plus X Steady progress is being made with tbe erection of the MuusterConnaugb exposition buildings Nearly every society in the land has adopted appropriate resolutions on tbe death of Michael Davitt His Eminence Cardinal Logue confirmed a class of 549 children at Dundall during the present month A fire at Blackpool County Cork destroyed property worth 125000 and threw 150 men out of employment The United Irish League is making great headway in the County Tyrone New branches are being organized eacb weekDundalk is to have aplant for grinding Indian meal It will give employment to several score or men when com pletedIn opening the Rbscommon Quarts Sessions Judge Wakely congratulate the grand jury on the peaceful state eoC the county The people of Midleton County Cork within the space ofone week subscribe 7700 tO defray the expense of erect in a spire on Holy Rosary church His Lordship the Right Rev Bisho Clancy officiated at the dedication of tbe new church at Crossna The sermon was preached by the Very Rev Father Hilary Mara O P of Mount Argus The Lough Derg pilgrimage to St Patricks Purgatory which opened June 11 will not close until August 15 Create efforts than ever have been made thii year to take care of the constantly increasing number of pilgrims TRINITY COUNCIL Will Add Intellectual Feature to Its Regular Meetings Trinity Council Y M I held a splendid business meeting Monday night resident Albert F Martin presided ajjd Ipnounced that the Y M I bcTwling earn from New Haven would reach here onight to bowl Trinitys team on Grotea lleys He appointed a committee to meet the visitors at the Tenthstreet Union station and escort them to Nic oslers Hotel for supper President lartin also announced that the council had accepted an invitation to vleibMackin lonncils club house tomorrow andwit ness the initiation of a class of fifte a rom St Catherines council New raven Fred Hinkle who bas been seriously ill was reported very much mpoved The intellectual feature of the council las been neglected President Martin announced and stated that strenuous Torts would be made to give instructive and entertaining lectures at fnture meet- Ings He selected David GVCounell to diver a lecture July 9 on tlie subject of Matrimony Eugene JJ Cooney will jive an instructive talk on Confession J Lily 10 and OH July 23 ames B Kelly will address the council on the subject of Unity tt These lectures will be held on successive Monday nights but will not nterfere with the regular proceedings of tbe meeting Next Monday night the council will bold a brief business session fter which the Members will go in a body to Phoenix Hill Park to attend the picnic of St Aloysius Debt Paying Society SAME OLD HARRY M Harry C Pulliam President ef the ational Baseball League visited the office of the Kentucky Irish American ast Friday and paid his respects to the editor and other old friends of the force He is still a Kentuckian at bean and etaiBfe a high regard for his old news paper friends Harry has the same wan tndflaspand magnetic ewlle Weta IOH hM not Qkaajed WdbJt I IrepI repu t t t + t t t + t t t t t GREAToir SALE R E XMATTRESSES Pat Sept 11003 Oct 111004 REX ttTh material in Mattress is secured stitches and will form It is p become lumpy our registered trade T Iface This no mattress tufts visible is full of Felt holes No outsidetttufts to collect dirt over entire Constructed on method 425 STREET I BE FOR MATTRESScQuJCIcIrMEAL ISKY 1 J rr PURE W H c Fairfield 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