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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r77J Ijj u I KENTucKY IRISH AMERICAN IVOLUME XVINO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 30i 1906 PRICE FIVE CE SIMPLICITY Was the Main Characteristic oft v Late Michael Davltts Life Grand Tribute of T P OCon nor to the Dead Irish Hero i i A Quaint Incident Attendant Upon the Loss of hisL Arm HIS FAULTS AND HIS VIRTUES Few men knew the late Michael Davitt as well ss T P OConnor editor and author and member of the British Par- lIament Since Davitts death his friend has written an article on the dead man that will be appreciated by all men of the Irish race He describes him faults and all but the errors committed by Davitt are handled so dexterously that his vir tues are made to stand forth resplendent by the contrast IIHe was a child in his love of fun in his keen enjoyment in hiu hopefulness in his simplicity even in some of his little weaknesses writes Mr OConnor I dare say he thought himself very shrewd very wary very secretive very sphinxlike He was to the end the old conspirator who had to baffle policemen and informers and he therefore gave to himself qualities which he did not possess He was I repeat a transparent childfresh from mother earth Like her naturally joyous and ready to recover with the first gleam of spring from even a prolonged winter of troubles disap pointments and sufferings- As a colleague he was often very try I Jng There was a certain waywardness t in his character and he was of a great temperament rather than a great intel lectHe had the characteristic weakness of the Colt would sometimes have gusts of volcanic and devastating rage felt intensely and for the moment hated an opponent and he was feverish rest less and often unwise But when you came to know him and to love him you accepted all these things aSpjjrt6ftheman and you were no more I 1 irritated than with a lovable child or shall I say a fascinating woman whose amiability and irresistible charms are slightly obscured at intervals by the fret fulness of her sex You remember that Davitts rages were always of short duration and that be was so true so honest and above all so loving and lovable that it would be impossible for him to continue long estranged and if you thought of doing so yourself you laughed yourself out of the absurdity of serious anger with this wayward hoitempered and lovable child- I have told in an article in the Daily Telegraph which was written years ago but was only published yesterday of a f little incident in the relations of Davitt atid his mother which throws a strong p light on Davitts character and home After he came home with his arm half torn from the socket in the Haslingden mill a curious drama was enacteda dromaiposilbly only in an Irish home of the last era The arm was so Injured that the doctors at once declared that it would have to be amputated The loss however of a limb is a thing from which the Irish peasants mind shrinks with horror from reasons connected with their ideas of a spiritual life after death as much as from the maiming it means during life on earth Poor s as the Davitts were they had a retainer Irish fashion poorer than themselves and she with all the superstitions of her country untouched even by years of residence in England always warned V the boy against allowing his arm to be amputated and so running the risk of appearingjn heaven with that maimed figure which was repellant tp the Lord 4ofHosts and to the traditions of the r lighting warriors of the West of Ireland For twelve days Davitt resisted the appeals of the doctor and of his heartbroken mother to submit to the operation and warned by the old servant that an attempt would be made to drug him he watched feverishly and defiantly for any attempt on the part of hiss mother or of the doctor to put him under chloro form In the end gangrene was threat cued and he had to be chloroformed by force and the arm was amputated YOUNG PRIEST Celebrated First Mass In the Presence of Family and b Friends ti The Rev Father Victor WahlerO M c celebrated his first mass at St Peters church last Sunday the feast fSt John the Baptist rather Wahler was raised in St Peters parish and received his early education there Tater be decided to become a priest and studied at Syracuse Newark and Trenton In houses of th Mln brCokiferituals and was then erfiimed at Alb by the RIght Rev iisbop 1IarkeJe decided to return iHraie to celebrn JbIS finrtmaw Iin the prolJaIU1a Jaood HIOo tdand MKh WM crowded to the doers n y a by those who desired to witness the Impressive ceremonies The Knights of St John 300 strong with drawn swords acted as a guard of honor for the priest Father Wahler youngII mass with the Rev Father Jerome Preisser O M C as archpriest the Very Res Father Leo Greulich O M C deacon the Rev Father Keller of Columbus Ohio subdeacon and the Rev Father Seraphine 0 M C master of ceremonies The Rev Father Clemens O M C occupied a place of honor in the sanctuary The Rev Father William Gausepobl pastor of St Mary Magdalene church preached a sermon of rare beauty on the Stole Chalice and Cross II He con cluded with the following original verse New priest of God we wish to you Long life to holy calling true Go forth to harvest golden grain And counties souls to heaven gain EVEN BREAK Trinity Bowlers Are Tic With the Team From New Haven I Trinity Councils bowlers defeated a picked team from St Catherines Coun cll New Haven on Grotes alleys SaturII day night It was the fourth series of games between the rival councils and each team has won two hence it is more than likely that a return game will have to be played at New Haven in order toii settle the championship After the games the visitors were escorted to Boslers Hotel where an elegant supper was served President Albert j F Martin of Trinity Council made the address of welcome which was responded to by Prof Edward Coomes of New Haven After all had done justice to the menu furnished by Host Bosler short talks wereI made by Joseph L Lenihan President of Satolli Council Edward Wulf Pierre Dawson and Adam Schneider of Trinity and Bert Bowling and Jasper Johnson of New Haven It took two John X IQI berger and D J Gleesou to do justice to the ladies Other short talks were made by John J Barry of the Kentucky Irish American and Eugene Ford Paul Cole man all of Louisville and Judge Robert Greeuwell of New Haven In bringing the banquet to a close Presidents Martin and Lenihen paid high tribute to the Kentucky Irish American for the work it was doing in behalf of the- Y M I and other Catholic societies Thebowlers attendedmass here on Snn day and took part in the initiatory cere monies at Mackin Council in the after noon t+ tj6rrI ftit iATIONSi i Rev Father f1J Brady Cele brated ThirtyThird Anniversary Sunday The Rev Father A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias church celebrated the thirtythird anniversary of his ordination last Sunday with a solemn high mass The congregation turned out in large cumbers to honor the priest and his anniversary After the mass St Cecilias inference of the St Vincent de Paul Society called on Father Brady In a body and through President King they extended congratulations He thanked the members of the conference for their good Intentions and said he hoped to be with them many more years During the thirteen years that Father Brady has been pastor of St Cecilias be has paid off a debt of 33000 built a rectory and schoolhouse and is now ready to break ground for a new and more commodious church t YjJf1 STAGE I Is the Slogan oMhe Ohio Fed eratlon of Catholic Societies F The Ohio Federation ofJ Catholic Societies met in State couventionjaf Columbus last Sunday and adopted some very praiseworthy resolutions One of these declares that the work of purifyingand elevating the stage can be accomplished- by concerted action It calls upon the Catholics to lend their assistance to this work by not patronizing any play that offends against morality andreligion by withdrawing patronage from theater managers companies and actors that make the stage a school for scandal and by demanding dratqas of literary excellence and clean sentiment and by denouncing all public advertisements that offend or corrupt the hearts of the youngAnother resolution was passed calling upon Congress to increase the appropria tiou for the Indian Catholic schools Both of the resolutions will doubtless be presented before the nationalFederation at Buffalo next month HAD PLEASANT TRIP Dr Michael Casper has returned after nearly a moths absence in the East He attended the sessions of the National Medical Association in Boston and then went to New York where he took a special course of instructions in the hod DrCMerisdeclare New York the frtetaty OH earth Yet ke would rather lijeln Louis 1 vlH thatc1a thee rMttnetropolU tt DIAMOND Jubilee to Be Celebrated by the Very Rev Father Fuller Ordained Sixty Years Ago He Is As Active As Ever St Edwards Hospital Is His Crowning Event In Lifer NEW ALBANY PEOPLE LOVE HIM I The Very Rev Edmund Marie Caller pastor of St Marys church NEW Albany will celebrate his diamond jubilee or sixtieth anniversary of his ordination on Thursday July 5 It is expected that at least four Bishops and between eighty and 100 priests will honor Father Faller by their presence C course the main event will bo thE jubillee mass celebrated by tther Faller Two sermons will he preached one in German by the Very Rev Dean Frank A Roell of Richmond Ind and the other in English by the Right Rev Denis Donaglme Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis In order that members of the congregation will not be crowded out by strangers tick ets will be issued to members of the parish After the mass the visiting Bishops and priests will be tehder Nl a banquet in the large hall at St Edwards Hospital At night the entire populace of New Albany gill assemble in St Marys school hall to do honor to the venerable jubilarian The principal address willl be made by the Hon Alexander Dowllffg former Judge of the Indiana Supreme Court Several of tIll visiting priests are also expect- Ed to make brief addresses Father Faller was born in the Irevince of Alsace eightyfour earsagoraHe was educated in fa= icus European colleges and sem fiI tries and was ordained on July 5i 1846 The young priest came to the United States soon after and was at once sent to Indiana Early in the 50s he was assigned to New Albany and in addition had to Jisiti several missions on horseback Ifardrirork was a tonic for him ho thriveddunder it and today is as bale And hearty as manyinien of higlfis age After spending several pears in Now Albany he was 6twit tftAurora Channelton Madison slid other missions in southern X diana HQ was recalled to New Albany in 1886 when tho Rev Anther Klein died while superintending the erection of the F new church Father Pallor took hold of his charge with a determination to succeed The now St Marys was built paid for and consecrated in November of the same year that ho became pastor He not only increased the capacity of his school but he built a new rest deuce bought an addition to the cemetery and erected a chapel and lall on the cemetery grounds The crowning event in his work was the action of St Edwards Hospital which will no doubt be a monument to Father Faller until timo passes into eternity For years the people of New Albany had striven to secure a city hospital All efforts failed until Father Faller took hold of the project Many tried to dis suade him from his purpose by telling him of the discouragement they had received Nothing daunted he went ahead with ms work He secured the serviced of the Franciscan Sisters to conduct tho tospital and almost before anyone ki ew it St Edwards Hospital was in course of erection Although a Catholic institution it is neverthe tft the city hospital of New Al bany It is splendidly situated well lighted and ventilated and its patients receive the best care On the jubilee day the figures i3461906 will blaze forth in electric lights on either side of thuu main altar Aside from the flowers m the altar the church will not be decorated The frescoing and painting has been recently em bellished and any further attempt- at ornamentation would only mar the beauty of the edifice The City Council of New Albany has declared a holiday in honor of the venerable jubilnnan Father Fall r has been a staunch luppprter of Vkf YM I from its Beginning an6 when plan were made for vthe jJFrchaee of a new 11 eel for Unit ouncil lies was the first to wmiforward with a largeU ddnation Dthis word and ex a tile he of gregation tQJenter tho priesthood among them athers Fein Boersig Giebel the ihreo Fathers Schaub two of whont died since their ordination and Father Edmond- S hmidt wJJ5 died several years I1IO At pr nt two young men 61f St Marys congregation are studying for tilie priesthood at St Meinroads Abbey they are Messrs John Hilgei and John Brache- rRESOLUTIONS f Division 40Takcs Action On Death of a Valued ember Division 4 Mas adopted the following resolutions oil the death of Robert J Griffin one oft active members Whereas Tangel of death has vis ited this divisijn and taken from us our beloved brother Robert J Griffin and Whereas By the death of Brother Griffin Division 4 loses one of its most loyal one of its devoted menbUStIreland son and the obedient children therefore be hiJ Resolved That Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians deeply deplores its loss and in affectionate remembrance of him we callio mind his high moral character his charity end his steadfast ness to principle and be it further Resolved hat a copy of these resolu tions be spread on our minutes a copy sent to the father of the deceased a copy sent to the Kentucky Irish American acd that our charter be draped for a period of thirty days S J McEuiOTT JOSEPH P McGiNN I JOSEPH L LENIHAN Committee WINNING SUCCESS J Dr A S Kicm Is Highly Appreciated in the lSDutho Dr Augustus S Klein formerly of this city and a member of Louisville Typo graphical Union was a welcome visitor here this weeleF He left this city about five to become physical Y M CA at Mem elrsiphi he completed his sttidie9 t n na1aFerrlwovedio Knoxville where he now holds the position of General Secretary of the Y M CA Gustto his old friends is Happily marmTand has two promising children His many friends here will be glad to learn that he is doing well During his stay in this city he called on his old friends in the office of the Kentucky Irish American UUNI BRIDES thoIblidoWednesday afternoon Thecere mcny was solemnized by the Roy father Rock at thp Cathredal of the Assumption The happy bride is the entertaining daughter of Mr and Mrs M J Davern and the fortunate groom holds a responsible position with the Ken tucky Refining Company After a two weeks trip to Chicago Mr end Mrs Murphy will begin house keeping at 435 Merritt avenue Miss Mary L Milligan and Jos cph H Lally were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Cecilias church Tuesday morning ii 6 oclock tTl1ijf Father Brady performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass that followed Miss Mary Milligan n sister of the bride was the maid of honor and D L Lally a brother of the groom was best plan The sanctuary was tastefully decorated for the occasion and despite the early hour the church was filled with friends of the contracting pities Little Misses Sue and Margaret Goss were flower girls and the bridal party at the altar presented a very pretty picture Mr and Mrs Lally were given a reception at the home of the brides parents after the ceremony aid early Wednesday they left for n trip to Niagara Falls and the Great Lakes Miss Anna Ma y Herdt and Charles W Bruckert were united in matrimony at St Pauls church ato oclock Wednesday afternoon the Rev Father Thomas A York officiating The attendants were Misses Geneva Meehan Virginia Bourke and Anna Walsh and Clears Dan Ward Edward Hehe mfinn Arch Bamsay John Fitch uer and Carl Doll The bride wore a lace robe over white silk and carried Ca bouquet of bride roses Misses Meehan and Walsh were gowned in white elaborately trimmed in lace and carried pink rows while Miss Bourke was adorned in a tasteful garment of pink silk mull trimmed in Valenciennes lace and carried white roses After the ceremony a reception and supper was tendered the bridal partyat the home olthe brides parents Nr and Mrs Peter Herdt 0 a flT SURPRISED Father White Was Recipient of Three Handsome Purses- TwentyFifth Anniversary Was Celebrated In Appro priate Style The Old and Young Were Out to Honor the Loved Jubllarian BOUNTEOUS BANQUET TO CLERGY The Ecv Father Thomas W White pastor of the Church of St Francis of Rome celebrated solemn high mass Tuesday morning in honor of this twentyfifth anniver nrv as a priest He was assisted by the Rev Father Lawrence Bax Ford as deacon tho Rev Father Michael Melody subdeacon and the Rev Father Francis Brady as master of ceremonies The sermon was preached by the Very Rev father James P Cronin V G who spoke eloquently on the dig nity of tho priesthood and the great privilege enjoyed by those spendtwentyfive Tho church was crowded with members of the congregation and Father Whites friends from all- over the city The festivities con beganFridaythe pupils of the parochial school aster a pleasing entertainment pre sented their spiritual adviser with- a wellfilled purse Father White bras surprised atthe gift from the little ones but was still more surprised when a representative of the steppedforwardi another handsome purse The re cipient mado addresses of thanks youngladiesOTuslay ori iiHhejubilee mass the other clergy had been apprised of what wits coming Ijid after tho mass was over per suaded him to go out on the lawn to receive the felicitations of his friends and parishioners Tho whole congregation had assembled appearedliethe handshaking was over John iferitz a representative member of the congregation stepped forward md in well chosen words handed Father White an oldfashioned Kentucky pocketbook wellfilled with gold This was the pastors third pleasant surprise Ho thanked the congregation for their gen erous gift and expressed the wish that ho would long be loft to minister i to their spiritual wants The ladies of the congregation served a bounteous dinner to the visiting clergy in the school Among the guests were the Very Rev Father James P Cronin the Rev Fathers Hugh Andrew J and Francis Brady Lawrence Ford Michael Melody Dominic Crane John Sheridan and several clergy from Southern Indiana Not the least attractive feature of the celebration was the music endered by ths choir under tho direction of Miss Nellie Hannan during the muss WIDE RANGE or Subjects Taken by Mack Ins Members Tuesday Nl4ht The hot weather has no terrors fur the members of Mackin Coun c1 and President s presided ever a well attended meeting Tues day night One new applicant was received and a favorable report was made on another candidate Chairman Louis J Kieffer of tho Picnic Committee reported that the recent outing was a success financially as well as socially Com plete reports 3lad not been made by all the members so that the full returns could nt be made but the council was assured that at least 600 had been gained as a result ol the outing Many speeches wore undo complimentary to Mr Kief for and hiss fellow committeemen- for their good work The Corresponding Secretary was instructed to send a congratulatory letter to Thomas D Clines who is BonlWhenWAS taken up JohnA Farrell de= livered an excellent address on Fraternity Will Daly Will de- liveri t principaladdreasnext l7- t ff oJ Tuesday and on the following Tuesday the speakers will be Rob ert T Burke and Charles I Gate In response to the questions pro pounded at the previous meeting Louis J Kieffer explained what the holidays of obligation were tnd Oliarles I Cate and James Mullarkey told what the Church was doing in celebrating tho feast of Pentecost President Eaidy asked the mem bers of tho council to be prepared next week to answer these ques ticns What are the several cor poral works of mercy and why do Catholics lift their hats when they piss a church and genuflect when pewWilliam who has been ill was reported improving KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN Great Gathering of Catholic Men Convened at Buffalo The Knights of St John held their first biennial and twentyseventh con vention in Buffalo this week and the city was in gala attire in honor of this semi military organization On Sunday the delegates arrived and were escorted to the various hotels by committees of Buffalo Knights On Monday hosts and guests assembled at the Cathedral where the Right Rev Bishop Colton celebrated Pontifical mass and preached an appro priate sermon More than 100 priests of the diocese assembled in the sanctuary and a choir of 100 male singers sang the music of the mass The convention was formally opened at Tecks Theater with Col John L Schwartz presiding Addresses of wel come were delivered by Gov Higgins Mayor Adam and Bishop Colton In the afternoon there was a grand street parade and it is conceded to be the greatest demonstration of the kindever held in Buffalo Residences and busi ness houses along the line of march were decorated for the occasion Business sessions were held on Tues day and Wednesday andin the evening the visitors were treated to trolley rides park parties and the like The Womens Auziliary met at the same time with 150 delegates in attendance a WHOLE COUNCIL CamerronaeNewyli3iieh to Witness the Y M I Initiation i St Catherines Council Y M I sent a class of eighteen from New Haven to Louisville last Sunday to receive the three degrees of the order Practically the entire council of New Haven accom panted the candidates to this city The initiation was held at Mackin club house where three hours were consumed in exemplifying the ritual Not only were St Catherines Council and Mackin Council represented but both Trinity and SatolH sent fair represedtations Grand Marshal Louie J Kieffer of Kentucky jurisdiction presided qver the Initiatory ceremonies while former Grand Secretary George fcautz was second in command The entire degree team acquitted itself admirably and won the encomiums of the visitors Among the distinguished guests who witnessed the ezemplifycation of the ritual were First Vice President Albert F Martiu Grand Secretary Pierre Dawson Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors and Joseph L Leuihati Presi dpbtofCouncil The Initiation Was in progress from 2 oclock until 5 and at its close refreshments were served The New Haven visitors were escorted to the Union Sta tion at Tenth and Broadway by their hosts and left for home at 030 oclock Besides the class from New Haven tU7- 0new members of Mackin Council were initiated STATUE OP COLUMBUS His Holiness Pope Plus X has directed Cardinal Ricbelmy Archbishop of Turin to appoint a committee to collect funds Cor the erection of a statue to Christopher Columbus It will be placed in the Vatican gardens and the whole of Christendom will be asked to contribute Sculptors in all lands will be invited to submit designs Allegorical figures rep resenting navigation astronomy religion and hope are to stand at the great navigators feet and the pedestal will be adorned with bas reliefs representing scenes in the life of Columbus Pope Plus hopes to be honored with the pres ence of many of the leading men in North and South America when the statue is unveiled GRATIFYING NEWS It is gratifying news to local people to know that the Louisville Packing Company will not be closed as was rumored last week Tnis is the largest of the several plants owned by the Cudaby Company of Chicago and it not only affords our people fresh and wholesome meat but it give employment to nearly 400 men KN1QHTS RECEIVE COMMUNION n The Grand Commaadery of the Knights of St John in full uniform received holy communion St Peters church at 730 oclock Sunday morning There were 8M Knights lit line sad they made Ua raocllwt showing 11 VERY SLO Absentee Landlords Holt On Sale of Their Estates Period of Unrest Among Tenant Farmers Is Result Land Belongs to Till Soil by the KM Herltajd WAITING FOR HIGHER P Irelands absentee landlords si be a little slow about disposing property to tenants and the editoi Dundalk Democrat takes them to the following language There is just at present anoth epidemic of unrest amongst thos farmers who have not as yet beer arrange terms for purchase A last occasion some six months ag this question was extensively mo think it will befonnd that the mi unrest has emanated from the Rei It is nearly three years since purchase act came Into operation landlords are not likely to forget period for which the bonus wa 12 per cent of the purchase move In a little more than two years C- Up to the present the landlords have been holding out for some wentysix years purchase ar body of tenants has shown thj disposition to pay that figure B landlordsaretosecurethebonusInecessary i ters with the tenants before the Jof the five years period fixed b the party that is now In power jyspathy with the landlords clc Is pretty safe to say that at t the quinquennial period they wi Thequlandlords i take such a price as the tenants togetherbonus years more and tailsuch jafpr Ithe prepaylesethe i lord now wants twentyfour ye chase and the tenants are willin hiai twentyone he would betake their price plus the bonus wait until the bonus will beab and his tenants Irritated Into si Frame of mind that they will no give him twenty one InTahycasetv one years purchase now would wli bonus be equal to twentyyears the future price Is altogether probl cal j InvAtnerica wber so many of th pie own their own homes the Iris ant farmers are not blamed for unrest The ancestors of these s Erin tilled the soil upon which the Cot centuries Every foot of the a has been baptized by the blood oj and women who died for Godand try The landlords claim It by rij conquest By right of heritage it b to the men whose forefathers cult itand there will be no peace fi British Government nor the Ian until the property goes back t peopleThe j I partyJohn pST government to enact the law wh- made the purchase of the property I tr the landlords possible But the pri asked are outrageous In some ea- the llandlords have disposed of th states lint thenumber is snail ot landlords are now in conference w holdingsthe 1 w CATHOLIC EDUCATOR Will Hold Third Annual Con ventlon at Cleveland 1InAn excellent programme has been arranged for the third annual convention of Catholic educators which will b heldat Cleveland July 10 11 and 12j Special features will include fee rocqladefBrtments meet Monday July 0 and on the ing morning the delegates will aJ PonhlKhHorstmann will celebrate the mass ai will also preach the sermon At ioclock the convention will be orwell opened by the Right Rev Blsboj OCon nell of Brooklyn President of heasao elation Maay of the most dUtirtguise3 Catholic educators will take pa t in ibd various questions to be discu WELC9ME VISITOR pluberdays in Louisville this week I fMrt Ella Delaney of He was en route to attend convention Olthemastei- AtlantlcCity Mr CadJ member of tbeKnigbts e 180uli j thereU 1 r i1ilj 1 r- kji fI f1174W it G NTUOKY IRISH AJMERIOAN HTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN to tile Moral art Sooliil daaceteeat ef III IrUk Amerleaaa TUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS RIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY fc aatthe Louisville Postofllce as SecottdCtiss Matter II COllGl llcaUo te the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weil dreeiSUett VILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 30 19061 ICAN CATHOLICS LOYAL aking of the great proves is being made by the Catholi ch in the United States the c of the Catholic Union and of Buffalo says that the Monsignor OConnell adjutor Archbishop ston in an address to a read circle in that city contrasted loyalty of the laity to the rch in this country as against exhibited in Europen coun The Archbishop dwelt upon lessings of living in a land e Catholic faith is as strong as ere and where loyalty to the rs of the Church is still so i principle in the lives of the Commenting on this our led contemporary says The st iis certainly striking and ration of thought not only j their fellowcitizens of othe uSe beliefs and communions e free air of America the ic Church has made wonder gress and this as the Arch indicated not alone materi t spiritually until at the t time in no country on earth e such a loyal and well dis bdty as in the United States XCELLENT ADVICE ident Roosevelt attended the i exercises at Georgetown rslty in Washington D C conferring the degrees gave graduates some excellen Amoof other things he em was much pleasedtoday not Jo be able to give degrees but ive prizes in at least one cas tudents who had evidently beet to develop a thoroughly soun d in an exceptionally sound y I believe in athletics but I ieve in them chiefly because of moral qualities that they dis y I am glad to see the mat p his nerve in a close basebal ne able to keep his couragi ier the punishment of a footbal ne or in a fourmile boat race use if the boy really amount nything and has got the rightt ff in him this means that he iis ng to keep his nerve and his rage in more important thing after life If your prow is simply tine to the possession if big muscles It does not amount iO much What counts is the ability to back up the muscles with the right spirit When you come out into after life I can say no more than to wish you to copy the motto which should be the motto of every boy who plays on a college eleven Dont flinch dont foul and hit the line hard JOHN QUINNS ABILITY Dr Douglas Hyde has taken 50000 to Ireland as the result of his lecture tour in America in behalf of the Gaelic League It was money well earned but he 4 not have secured onefourth- at amount had it not been for u ability and energy of John nJof New York Secretary of 1ie Gaelic League in the United States It was this New York IrishAmerican who laid the plans and mapped out the tour for Dr Hyde He began his work in May 196 six months before the cele bratGaelic scholar landed in Ainibrjca anO arranged every detail cf Mis vimftp each city Besides tilt he made arrangements for the thirty university and college lee yen by Dr Hyde When returned to Ireland his 1 bus ipnswerefQtr kSt of Iu op pages each h newspaper clip Pugs relating to his triumphal tour Mr Quinn is a wonder and the Irish people at home and abroad belie e that be will be fully rewarded both in this world and the next SOAKED ICE DEALERS Five Toledo ice dealers were esc 5000 and given one year in the workhouse for conspiracy iin restraint of trade The culprits are all prominent in business and socia circles Under toe pretext that the ice supply was smaller than in recent years they advanced price from 50 to 100 per cent Judg Kinkade who passed judgemen on the cases stated that the sen tences might be mitigated in the event the ice dealers made restitution to customers for overcharges Fortunately for Louisville no sucl condition of affairs is likely to exis here The establishment of the American Ice and Cold Storage Company precludes any effort to maintain an ice trust in this city RELIEF FOR PUBLIC The general public will rejoice to learn that President Roosevelt has signed the bill authorizing the city of St Louis to build operate and maintain a railroad wagon and foot passenger bridge across thc Mississippi river at that point St Louis has two bridges but botl are in control of a terminal associ ation that charges exorbitant rate and practically compels shipper from the East to make East St Louis the destination of freight intended for that city This ter initial association has gouged the merchants and manufacturers forI years Congress took the matte in hand and a new bridge will bi the result Archbishop Keane of Dnbuque Iowa preached the baccalaureate sermon to the students of the Dubuque University sad the papers of that city declare it was the finest and most forceful dis course ever addressed to graduates of that institution The Rev Father M I Strich S J delivered the address to graduates of the Omaha High School and the Omaha Bee says his address abounded in rich thought and his words were embellished with rhet oric of the finer quality These two events causes the editor of the Buffalo Catholic Union and Times to remark The West is waking up splendidly There are hund reds of priests in the East incom parable orators deep thinkers fine scholars None of course Is suffering for an invitation but any one of them could give many pointers on entertaining topics which students can get from any other source The East is decidedly effete Now that the lid is on tight in Sundays it ought to be up to the Governor and other authorities to rigorously enforce the law igainst carrying concealed deadly weapons Louisville has suffered from a series of crimes recently and all were brougut about by a reach of this law Entirely too much license is allowed men who want to carry revolvei and knives More harm is done by the practice of carrying pistols than was ever lone by saloons whether open or dosed on Sunday Oqt of the 875 saloons in Louisville not more than half a dozen of the proprietors have attempted to violate the Sunday closing law his speaks well for these men hey ate trying to uphold the law withi lagistrateHoman nro b 1- FTI efforts to make the Sunday closin movement odious Everybody is interested in secui ing a national convention for Lou isville and definite steps have beeu taken to bring the grand gatherin of Democrats to this city in igoE The new armory is just thr place for it There is no finer ball Iiin the country and the acoustics are well nigh perfect New York Irishmen are planning to erect a costly monument ItiQ the memory of Michael Davit Might it not be just as well to raise a fund for his widow and children They are not well off in this world goods I SOGIEfY i Miss Hallie J Liston is the guest of Miss Belle Evans at Bardstown Miss Anna Shea of Chicago will remain another week here as the guest of relatives Miss Alyce Dubourg of Shelbyville I1 Is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Margaret Kempf Mrs K E Hickey and Mrs M B Fitzgerald will leave for Lake Algonac Mich July 11 Mrs M J Black of Hopkinsville iiIs the guest of her brother John Carr of 2552 Griffiths avenue Edward Weber and his three children of Chicago are visiting his mother at 2324 St Xavier street Mrs George Bradley of South Louisville has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Nashville Mrs W J Coleman and Mrs John Coleman have returned from a pleasant trip to Mammoth Cave Miss Kate Donnelly of Memphis spent the week with Miss Mayme Constantine of Jeffersonville Mrs David ONeill and son William who visited relatives in South Louisville have returned to Richmond Miss Margaret Minogne and her niece Miss Mary Riley left Monday for a ten days trip to Grayson Springe John Boland the popular Secretar of Mackin Council IB spending his vacation at French Lick Springs Mal Shaughnessy Will Reardon and Will Grogan have returned from a very enjoyable trip to Cincinnati and Dayton Mrs George B Salender of Frankfort is spending a fortnight with her sitter Mrs R H Harried of 1206 West Jefferson street Edward Brown has returned to the Pacific coast after spending two weeks- with his father Patrick J Brown 1417 Sixth street Mrs John T Malone and children have gone to Bay View Mich for the ummer Mr Malone will join them next month Miss Louise Shelley and Miss Rut McCabe have been the guests of Mr and- Mrs Max A Samuebon at Lexingto since last Saturday Misses Monica and Louise Fitzpatrick of Pontiac 111 who are the guests of Mill Elizabeth Walsh will not retnn home for several days Mrs William B Doherty and children lave gone toDay View Mich when they will occupy Sylvanhoe cottage dnr ing the summer months Mrs William Canty and little dough ter Margaret Mary Canty have returned to Bowling Green after spending a fortnight with friends in this city William Corrigan stage manager of facauleys Theater his mother and wife revisiting his sister Mrs Nellie Qnigg of Ltvermore McLean county Mr and Mrs Edward R Mattingly have returned from their bridal tour and are at home aj 1213 Rogers street The bride was Miss Florence Schmitt Miss Elizabeth Hogan a prominent oung lady of South Louisville is enjoying a visit to friends at Lebanon Junction Elizabethtown and Glendale James Shelley who has been attending the Georgetown University at Washington D C iis spending his vacation with tis mother Mrs Blanche Shelley Hisa Marie OHern of Indianapolis is tbe guest of Miss Catherine Fallabay of 726 Duncan street and has been the recipient of much social attention Mrs Louis Crush has returned to licago While here she was the guest ofr Mrs Charles L Crush Her niece MISI Adelaide Crush accompanied her Mrs William J Barry and little son Watts Barry have gone to Kansas City toe spend three weeks or a month with her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas P Watts William L Meixsel is wearing a most nevolent expression these days He is the proud papa of a baby daughter who arrived at his home 626 East Breck ridge street early this week Miss Annie McGlll will leave for Newark t6morrow and after spending ten day there wilt sail for Europe She will sit Geneva Carlsbad and Paris before stcruing home September SQ Misses Katie Lindsay and Mayme Clark of St Louis who are visiting the Iis8 8 McCloekeyj of Brook street will 0 ll REV E M FALLER I Venerable New Albany pastor who will celebrate his diamond jubilee remain another week They have been extensively entertained during their stay in this city Mr and Mrs James Thompson and Ions James and Frank will leave July 15 to spend two mouths visjtijig Mr Thorn sons family in the North of Ireland Miss Frances Fox Mrs Thompson niece will accompany them Miss Anna Stuempel and Anthony Becker were married at St Marys church on Wednesday morning and then left on a bridal tour through Indiana The brfd is a daughter of Herman Stuempel of 1221 West Broadway and her husband iiIs a rising young business won Misses Alma and Eileen Wiesen of Niles Michand Mr and Mrs Charle Allen of Birmingham Ala are guest of Miss Margaret McSweeney on West Walnut treet The visitors were entertained by Miss Katie Henley at her home 511 Twentysixth street on Mon day night Miss Myra Catherine Smith and Edward I Whitehead were married by the Very Rev Father James P Cronin on Wednesday afternoon They were tendered a reception at the home of the brides parents 1816 Portland avenue Mr and Mrs Whitehead are quite popular in the West End Miss Nellie Wathen of Portland Ore is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Wathen 1920 West Chestnu street She will return to Oregon early in the fall and en route to her destinatio will visit Yellowstone Park She will be accompanied by Miss Katie Nolan who expects to make her home in Portland Robert Messmer and Miss Lillia Urich were united in matrimony at St Anthonys church Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock The bride ba inany admirer in the West End and the groom is con sidered very fortunate After a shot bridal trip Mr and Mrs Messmer wil begin housekeeping at 1528 Van Burat treet James Duffy formerly of this city but for the last six years a resident of San Antonio iis pOW sojourning in Chicago He spent home coming week in Louis yule and remained over long enough to shake bade with jiisl pld friends at Mackins outing En route home from the Windy City tie will speed several day in Louisville Miss Anna OMalley and John Bree were united IB matrimony by the Rev Father OConnelJ pastor of St Augus tines church jeffersonvlllc during the present week On account of the recent death of to grooms mother the wed ding was a very quiet one Both young people are deservedly popular in Jeffer aonville Catholic circles A pretty wedding was that which united Mice Eyerildia Specht and Josep T Kelly for life It was performed bJ the Rev Father Heenan O P at St Louis Bertrand butchon Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock The bridal party was entertained at the home of the bride father George Specht and late Mr and Mrs Kelly left for Knoxville where the groom boldaa responsible positionMr Mrs Co E Key were the hosts at a delightful reception given Friday evening id honor of Milt Mary OHern a charming little yisitorfrom Indianap oUSt The parlors were beautifully dee orated for the occasion and covers were laid for fifty Miss OHern who is via iting Mrs j Fallabay will leave shortly for home During her visit to Louisville she has been the recipient of many social attentions The wedding of Miss Edna McGinnis of this city and Charles O Browne of Sharon Ohio was quietly solemnized at the Cathedral of the Assumption Wednes day evening the Rev Father Schuh mann officiating The attendants were Miss Mary M McCandless of this city and Robent Gott of Cincinnati A recep tion was given the young couplp at the tome of the brides mother Mrs Mc Sinnis on Baxter avenue Alter a wedding trip through the East Mr and Mrs Browne will begin housekeeping at Read ing Ohio The wedding was attended by guests from towns in Ohio Indiana Kentucky and Texas Deputy Sheriff Mike Wall and wife of feffenonville chaperoned a crowd of onng people to Dlackiston Mills last Sunday and Willis orchestra furnished music for dancing Those present were biases Margaret Lynch Mayme and egina Constantine Annie OHern Net tlie Martin Margaret Leonard Margaret Dixon Roberta Leonard Mayme Heuier Cadge Gordon Agnes Burke Sarah VHern Bertha Heuser Mary Flood- faggie Constantine Helen And Evelyn Wan and Alice Donnelly and HewKc Lhom li OHaarn Edward Dixou Iouls- u Alphonso William Eugene and Dennis Constantine Efnest Quinn Joe Gill Homer House John Cole George Men gel George Heuser Dan Marra Jacob Patrick Charles Carroll John Kinger Clifford Norton and Arthur Preston All enjoyed a pleasant day SILVER JUBILEE ttev Father Hayes Celebrates TwentyFifth Anniver sary as Priest The Rev Father Thomas J Hayes of Bowling Green celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of his ordination in that city on Tuesday The jubilarian cele brated solemn high mass with the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey and more than 100 priests in attendance The Rev Father Charles P Raffo of this city a warm personal friend of Father Hayes preached the sermon The jubilarian is a native of Ireland but finished his ecclesiastical studies in Louisville at Preston Park Seminary He was ordained at the same time that the Rev Father Thomas White of St Frances of Rome church and the Rev Father Lawrence Ford of St Patricks church were elevated to the dignity of the priesthood Father Hayes is an eloquent pulpit orator an able financier and a man of great executive ability His friends in Bowling Green hope that he will be spared to them for another twentyfive years Thy celebration was brought to a close with a banquet LANDS GOOD PLAOE Patrick G King one of the best known young IrishAmericans in the city has accepteda position with James Greene the well known dealer in furniture car pets stoves and range Mr King played the title role in Shaun Aroon the per formance recently given by the Geraldine Dramatic Club He makes friends wherever he goes and is quite at acquisition to Mr Greene large and intelligent force of clerks aud solicitors RECENT DEATHS Great sympathy has been expressed for Mrs Agnes Dolen whose infant sod John died at the family residence 2119 High street on Saturday The funeral took place on Monday Peter Thomey a popular resident of tbe West End died at his home 1408 West Madison street on Saturday The funeral took place from Sacred Heart church Monday morning John W Baldwin died at his home 1303 Bishop street on Wednesday after noon and was buried from St Aloysiua church yesterday morning The deceased was quite popular in the Eart End and many friends mourn his death The funeral of Peter Glllem who died at his home 130 Shelby street Thursday of last week took place at St Michaels church Sunday afternoon The deceased was fortytwo years old He was survived by his wife Mrs Nannie Gillem who has received many expressions of sympathy over her loss The funeral of Charles Meyer who died Thursday at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Philip Meyer 328 Avery street took place from Holy Name church Sunday morning The deceased was only twentythree years old Hit wife who was MIss Margaret F Bren nan survives him- aRAND PRESIDENT ILL Members of the local councils of tfiej Y MI will be sorry to learn that Oraud President P J 1 rise of the Indiana jurisdiction is in poor health Eie left his home at Terre Haute on G I It I I I I It It I I I II t t t H It H I It t I ft t t t COALI COALAnthracite Coal per ton 800 I 500St300Jellico2d Pool Pittsburg Lump 350 Now is the time to buy Will be no cheaper this summer ST BERNARD MINING CO I Both Phones 932 342 WEST MAIN STREETPlease mention this advertisement when ordering coal tt I t I I I I I I I I I t t t I YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 304 W 1 TARI4IsT STRlsJe3T JOCKEY CLUB PARKO- ne Week Commencing Sunday July 1 MATINEE DA- ILYGARGIULO AND HIS CONCERT BAND Under the management of A Dennison DECORATED BY ROYALTY FONTAINE FERRY AHK run PARK BEAUTIFUV WEEK OF JULY 1 ALLSTAR VAUDEVILLE Bedouin Arabs8 Berry 4 Berry Carson 4 Willard Irene Franklin Dlerlch Bros ad the Klaedrome COOKS BAND Two Free Concerts Dally at 230 and 8 p m FIREWORKS DISPLAY Grand Pyrotechnic Exhibition Wednesday Eve NEW ROLLER RINK Dally Sessions at 280 and 8 p m 30AMOSEMENT DEVICES30 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 greaUyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before cloiinj contracts DONT WAIT but conic at oncp and seethe largest selection o- fFURNITUREE of all kinds in the city Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST Give your boys aa edict tli bat wl trtsar them for Ilfe ST XAVIERS CQJLLEQE 1 12 W Broadway LowUvlll Ky Conducted tbexaterianBrothen Classical Scientific and Bulnell Courses peparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Kqolpped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro Jane Dir HENRYf HUNOLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a SpecialtyI lore Phone 4339 540 We WALNUT Wednesday to spend a month m Colorado Mr Frisz is suffering from acute beumatism FONTAINE fERRY PARK Fourth of July week will be marked at ontaine Ferry Park by an exceptionally trong list of attractions In Hopkinsj avilion a grand vaudeville bill will be presented with the Eight Bedouin Arabs as top liners Their act baa been witnessed here before and is a pictur sqne offering full of sensations Other attractions ou the bill will be new and novel in honorof Independence day a grand display of fireworks will be given on Wednesday evening and the management declares that the pyrotechnic illus rations will be worth going miles to see Prof Harry Cook has organized a band ofr thirty trained musicians which will urniik the music at the afternoon and night concerts in the future The director as arranged a programme commingling tawical with popular music for every vefiing 2 When on the Water Wagon try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll- understand At all rood Bart Groceries and Stud U H It It lit I I I It Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM COl MANUFACTURERS OP 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 tore 627633 EIGHTH ST I I t t t It W WALL PAPER patterns and ceilings for 360 smaller rooms in proportion selection from 35 patterns all colors 9and18inch bordersR CULLEY A Seventh and Oak r Home 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r THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Alt calla promptly to day furnished for all occasions W ST 4HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EHST 7VmN STREET With the assistance of my Boas I continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 8S8 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT IE L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I Carritgti Parnlshad- sahrt Notice 4iIIII II1IiHt I J I I J J I I Jr I I I I I I I I I I I II I u t Oran W Smiths Son SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for Occasions on Short Notloa t 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE +4++++1+1 Hays Your Prcicrlptloi Filled Ila TORIC LENSES bunted with Southern Optical Co eye clamps They do not slip or Irritate the nose Southern Optical Co- of Louisville Ky Inc Wkoltsalc and Minaficturlaj Optician Third sad CheiJaal Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOK INVISIBIK BIFOCAL for Kentucky to buy wall plaster not with the of seeing much you can save but with the fixed resolve to get thoroughly good quality first and a low price afterward Also operating Hoosiet Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 ColBOTHBrook and RiverI Louisville KVI HENRY AAtJ1J PPULS r DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phon638 528 Fifth Street- S KATIE AGNES SMITH1 XBdependtBt of alt Undertaker LADY EMBALMER Washing artd drMingIadiea and call dren specialty Elegant shrouds made p to order at reasonable prime All sans answered promptly day or night Home pboaeI877 Office S4WJ Payue St 1u 1 p 1 t J Funeral Director and Both Phones 2998 Carriages Funth Occulons All Aawred Promptly or Night 1231 W Market St Bet 12th and 13th I1 attended or night Carriage 1226 MARKET will TRACY 363 1531 W MARKET STREET t II AL All 810 gUu idea how U SMOKE BOBZIENSCUBANA 5c CIGAR ms cigar without an sawn All the new spring styles and shapes can be found here afreasonable prices HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street LARGE CLASS CONFIRMED The Right Rev Dtnis ODonagbne Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis con firmed a class of more than 100 children at Holy Trinity church New Albany last Sunday It was the largest class in the history of the parish The Bishop was assisted by the Very Rev Father Charles Curran rector of the church and the Rev Father Patrick Griffin LEBANON The Rev Father Joseph A Hogarty administered the sacrament of the holy encharist to a class of sixtyeight first communicants St Augustines church at Lebanon on 5 day The little ones were ygty devottiBad presented a moat edifying sight This is an extraordinary large cl18for St Avgtwtine0 app Father lad tbatliis co gr gatlon ieincreeitsg U 5 GIVE US YOUR ORDER 1 H OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes JamesJKeane a member of Division 4 is on the sick list John CulHnane Secretary of Division 7 of Minneapolis was awarded the gold medal for proficiency in English litera ture at the closing exercises of St Thomas Seminary Members of the order in St Louis will hold their annual outing at Ramona Park July 4 All kinds of athletic sports including boating fishing and catching the greased pig will be indulged in Pittsburg Hibernians held their second annual outing and field day on Thursday Eight thousand members of the order and Ladies Auxiliary worked enthusiastically to make the affair a success Division 4 held its regular meeting Monday night Aside from President John A Murphys address urging a full attendance at the picnic Thursday little business of importance was transacted New Hampshire Hibernians have passed resolutions on the death of Bishop Delany and calling to mind the fact that he had introduced the study of Irish his tory into the schools of the diocese of ManchesterThe Board has appointed a committee to confer witn the Fontaine Perry Park management and ask that a picture objectionable to the Irish people be removed from one of the attractions on the grounds There is scarcely a doubt that the request will be complied withMembers i of the order in Hamilton county Ohio which includes Cincinnati will bold a Jack Barry reunion on Sun dap July 32 The affair will be given at Woodsdale Isjsnd Park The object of the meeting Ito join in the movement to give Commodore John Barry his rightful place jn history as Father of the Ameri cam navy SON CELEBRATES REQUIEM The funeral of Mrs Henry ThameJing took place from St Anthonys church on Monday morning The solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by her son th0 Rev Henry Thameling D D 0 M 0 of Albany N Y He was assisted by eight other priests of the order of Minor Con ventuals who came to do honor to the mortal remains of his mother The bereaved son gave the final absolution at the grave and the assembled clergy joined in singing the IlenedictusATTENTION Mss Ella OConnell County Picsident of the Ladies Auxiliary of the A 0 H has called a spe cial meeting of that society to be held at the residence of Thomas Keenan Sr 1225 West Market street at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon Matters of importance are to be considered and a full at tendance of the auxiliary is desired IMPROVING The many frieds of Mr and Mrs Joln Eeardon of Eighth and Old hum streets will be glad to learn that their little son Raymond who has been dangerously ill of typhoid foer is somewhat improved The little sufferer has been at Sts Mery and Elizabeth Hospital dur ing the last four weeks VETERAN MARINER Capt James McNelly died at Toledo Monday at the age of eigbtyone years He was an Irishman by birth and was one of the pioneer mariners on the lakes He was captain of a passenger steamer between Buffalo and Toledo fifty years ago and later was harbor master in4he latter city Capt McNelly was highly respected THROAT TROUBLE John X Kinberger is confined to his home by au aggravated attack of throat trouble His friends hope for his speedy recoveryDEDICATION OF CATHEDRAL The new Cathedral at Seattle Wash will te formally dedicated about Christmas and the Most Rev DSomede Pal eorilq Apostolic Delegate has accepted Bishop ODaas invitation to preside over U GOOD WORK PrintingPAIR PRICESi Kentucky Irish American the ceremonies Eu route through theI West Monsignor Falconio will visit other dioceses possibly Louisvill- eCOLUIYIBIAN COLLEGE Latest Acquisition to Ken tuckys Educationall Institutions Columbian College at Owensboro is the latest acquisition to Kentuckys edu cational institutions and will open in September with 100 pupils and a corps of competent professors The officers of the college will be John M Cooney A M President Edward G Douds Director of Studies and Peter J Boquel Physical Director President Cooney was until the close of the present season pro fessor of the English branches at St Marys College His associates are edu cators of well known reputation All are young and progressive IrishAmericans Columbian College offers four courses preparatory commercial mathematical and classical All students will be required to take physical exercise every day This is done under the personal direction of the Physical Director and his classes in physical culture will be a regular part of the curriculum Boarding students will be comfortably provided for and will be continually under the care of a member of the faculty OAROIULIOS BAND Senor Qargiulio and his famous band will give two concerts daily at the Jockey Club park beginning tcmorrow afternoon and continu afternoonii programmes selected with a desire to please the public and the music will be a popular tion as a band leader in Europe cs well as in America and his con certs will inaugurate a successful season at the Jockey Club Park ELECTION OF OFFICERS Trinity Council will elect dele gntes to the Grand Council at the meeting to be held Monday night Four candidates are to be chosen and from present indications at least three have a tight hold on their election They are Albert Zirnheldt Edward Wulf Dr P G Beutel and John J Sullivan Sr Every one of them arc energetic vCikers and all of them will make suitable delegates PROVED FATAL W P McConnell a respected member of the Henderson police force died suddenly at his home on Sunday morning He returned home after patrolling the city all night and was about to retire when he was seized with a sudden attack of heart failure and died almost Immediately The deceased was fortythree years old and very popular HOME DOCTOR To heat fever blisters apply a little powdered alum Tty a few drops of spirits of turpentine on a cube of loaf sugar for backing cough For neuralgia try wet cloths of alcohol and water or laudanum and water laid on a hot water bottle and the part steam ed everA or a cut is benefited by an ap plication of tincture of benzoin The simple tincture is for toilet purposes while the compoud tincture is used medicinallyCramp the legs is frequently re lieved by firmly pressing the feet against some bard substance such as the end of the bed In most cases pressure against a cold hearthstone will afford relief ACTIVE MUSCLES Many muscles are located at a cons siderable distance from the point where their force is to be exerted and are con nected with the point of operation by slender strings or tendons This is a provision of nature solely for convenience If all the muscles whose power is concentrated in the hand and foot were lo cated In the hands or feet these members would assume an inordinate size and weight and become more troublesome than useful BEAUTY BUILDER Bags made of cheesecloth filled about threequarters full of bran used erea tuhaluga pecl winter plunge bath irritating to the akin U r KNIGHTS OF COLIIBUSi I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Buffalo Council is arranging to give a series of winter lectures LeMoyne Council of Syaacuse has conferred the first degree on another big classLima Ohio Council celebrated its seventh anniversary with an initiation luncheon and smoker on Monday Louisville Council will hold its annual o sting at Fern Grove on August 7 Only Knights and their families will attend Auburn Council will have its head quarters furnished throughout with mahogany furniture It will involve an expenditure of 4000 The nezt national convention will be held at Norfolk Va in August 1907 This will afford the delegates an oppor tunity of visiting the Jamestown exposi tionThe annual outing of Ohio Knights will be held at Cedar Point July 9 to 16 and camp will be in charge of Sandusky Council The members are working earnestly to make the outing thoroughly enjoyableThe Board of Directors were elected by the Supreme Council Josep- hc Pelletier of Massachusetts E W Buckley of Minnesota D B Lucev of New York D J Callahan of Virginia and John S Leahy of Missouri Paducah Council held an initiation last Sunday and took in a large class Padu cab Council exemplified the first degree Owensboro the second and Louisville the third Quite a number of Tennessee and Indiana councils were represented Buffalo Council has authorizsd Grand Kuight Wall to cooperate with the Right Rev Bishop Colton in welcoming the delegates to the American Federation of Catholic Societies which meets in that city July 29 The Knights will keep open house during the convention Grand Knight Campbell and Deputy Grand Knight OReilley of Manila Council traveled all the way from the Philippines to attend the recent national convention A gavel made from the horn of a caribou and silver mounted WM presented to the Supreme Council by the Manila body PLEASANT PARTY Fergus Fallen and his estimable wife entertained a party of young people at their home 928 East Green street Friday night in hcnor of their son John who is a student for the priesthood but now enjoying hi vacation here Those present were the Rex Father John Kallaher Hillary Zwisler Dan Driscoll Jdhn and Fred Fallen Joseph OToole Frank J Martin and Misses Mamio Fallen and Mamie and Kctie Kallaher OFFICIAL VISIT Grand Treasurer Pfeffer and Matt Roth Unity Councils dele gate to the next Indiana Grand Council went to Indianapolis Sun dty to confer with Supreme Pres ident Fogarty and Grand Secre tury Deery on official business The New Albany visitors were well pleased with their trip WILL CONNELLYS RISE Will J Connelly prominent in the congregation of St Louis Bertrand and a popular member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has been appointed book keeper tor S J Greenbaum wholesale liquor dealor He is capable energetic and accurate Mr Greenbaum is to be congratulated on securing bis services INDIANA VISITORS James Dunigan and wife of Indian apolis were in Louisville Tuesday en route to Springfield Ky They were met here by the Wry Rev Father J P Vallely O P Prior lf St Rose Convent who accompanied theh to Washington county Mr Dunigan IB editor of the Catholic Columbian of Indianapolis and has many friends iu Louisville GIFT TO JESUITS Dr Thomas Addle Emmet a grand nephew of the Irish martyr and a resi dent of New York has given his fine medical library valued ato25000 to the Jesuit Fathers who conduct Pordham University The Emmets ate not Catho lice but they have ever appreciated the teachings ofthe church u FRANK FEflR BREWING 60INOORPORATED Brewers and Bottler 1 LOUISVILLE KY DRINK- Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BItFiwINGr TYCxxoo-x2oxnxaaTELEPHONE 4ts2 LOUr VlLLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until prop rely agad TELEPHONE IoNo Louisville Brancn Jf ouneentn and jenerson sis ICumb Phone lain 1913 191TI1WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK ioR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 MADEiJOHN IBD PRANK or WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY PETER M ANDRml 80N8 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing lAd Ruhr Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ So CCff Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET CHILDRENS OUTING The children of St Cecilias parochial school held their annual outing at Shaw nee Park Wednesday The Rev Father AI Brady and the Sisters accompanied them and saw that the little ones enjoyed themselves FAVORABLE REPORTS St Cecilia Church Building Associa tlonmet Thursday night and the various eesmuitteesreported favorably All the members were enthusiastic and it will I not be lour b fcre work on eke new ciiarch will begin- U r f I U 5 Home Pkoic 5M7 B J JOHNSON Y Carpenter and BuilderJ- ob Work Promptly Attended To C L ALLEN Foreaua 2971 ALFORD AVENUE VINES LIQUORS CrSAXS VALSgg SALOONii VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from fl30 to 1230 oclock 442 VV GREEN E17- CA1Y IDJ3AI TRIPTO Yellowstone ParkPERSONALLY CONDUCTED SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY ITINERARY OF TRIP CreekGardeaPIKES RoyalGorne o SaltLIkeCityBlack Canon and 6 K days in wonderful YELLOWSTONE PARK TRIPExpense of thfc na minimized ofallLi ville on night of July 25th I JALAGHJtR1907 U q A r a n V NTUOKY IRISH OdErpAIs J SEMIANNUAL CUT PRICE SALE OF DUTCHESS TROUSERS 250 Grades For148300 Grades For 198 350 Grades For 248 400 Grades For 298 5 00 Grades For V 348 600 Grades For 398 lOc for every button that comes off 1 or a new pair free if they rip 1 LEVYSTHIRD I I I 1101 11 I I I I I I InI H In I I HHo I I I I I I I I I I I In 1+1 I I I I I I I BEDDING PLANTSWe bave the largest and most complete stock of Roses Geraniums Cannas Vines in the city Our prices are right Order at once a few of our TOMATO PLANTS JACOB SCHULZBoth Phones 223 644 FOURTH AVENUE GREENHOUSES 1325 CHEROKEE RD Both Phones 984 ItHIHH M i I 1 1 1 1 1 1 iH IHHH MilI I I I HH 1 1 SPRING CARPETSSTOOKS AT THEIR BEST r ROOM SIZE RUGSENORMOUS LINE Our buying capacities unable us to secure great advantages You share these advantages by buying from us H HUBBUCH BROS 524 528 West i Market t VISIT OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT t I I I I I t H H 88S88 STtie Gftas fle Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give a cal and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city WS BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w Jefierson street Do You Want to Save SIOO On a Piano THEN ATTEND OUR TEN DAYS SALE During this sale prices every make Piano we handle wit be cut good and deep offering you a chance to secure High Grade Pianos 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 bona fide in every respect and you will come our store and see what shape we are ia for space you will readily see that what we say true Visit the Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country r MONTENEGRO= RIEUM MUSIC CO OOSOOO FOURTH AVENUE 1 1- Mtt P BANNON President SethPYaauaals 3 us K on at is if to is HANDSOME 11 PREMIUMSWI- TH i OUR NEW BLEND COFFEE 44plics Tea Sit with 60 lbs 100 piece Dinner Set with 140 Ibs Rocking Chair with 60 Ibs 10pleciTollel Set with V 60 lbs Try a pound cat this coffee at 20 If you find it good recommend It to your friends and take their orders for a few pcundi of it Every order you send in will be credited to you mid when you have sent us orders for the required amount the premium will be delivered to you MUJDLOY COFFIN ROASTER Phone 3- uusa12f W M1lRKICT 6TIICIDT 114111 VAMJ BANNON VlcePret Qenl Mgr AA A H MWOLTRINOSecretary st fl i r 1IT B B BANNON Treasurer HPP ii0Pi o Cooli = Salt Glazed Sewer anllCulvertPIe- lannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condmlts Wall Cofng Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flae Pipe Flue Lining Fire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk trick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLBPUONBS73 WORKS lath and LexlHgtoa and Magnolia Ave Bet pets and loth o TBLBPUOHB 2833 AOAAaA AAA-a DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIUITIFIC rn fACTICALJIO1SESHOEINGR- ersee171 CaiH4 Pc nit Delivered OFFICE WFHNiMm IJ 7IIIItIlt i i i eee ee e e ee Womens Stylish Outer Garments PRICED TO CLOSE OUT White Cloth Dress SKirts the Latest Fancy They are made of handsomeI quality lightweight broadcloth and sergej cut very full in nobby styles perfectly II tailored These skirts were made to sell for 1000 and 1250 many of them have been sold by us at special sales at 750 now at this sale 1IBeautifuIShirtWaists this less I actualvalues The styles are up to date the making and trimming have been tastefully done Among them you will find the new College o Blouse or Peter Pan Waiststhe newest fancy I Shirt Waists worth 125 and 150 Sale price Shirtwaists worth 175 and 200 Sale price oShirt Waists worth 200 qp and 250 Sale price 98cl Dainty IJBACON a SON I MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND 0000 0000 00000 GREAT PRIVILEGE Father Martin OConnor Has Been Twentyfive Years a Priest The people of St Michaels par ish were out in large numbers Fri dny to honor their pastor the Rev lather Martin OConnor who was celebrating the twentyfifth anni versary of his ordination This good priest was elevated to the dig nity of the priesthood at historic Uardstown June 29 1881 the Bight Rev William George Mc Closkey being the officiating pre late Ever since or at least until a few months ago Father OCon nor has labored on country mis ions and in small towns He had been fervent in his devotioa to the Church and had displayed great executive ability His last charge was at Earlington where fct had every convenience On the call of his Bishop he relinquished ail to come to Louisville and take up more arduous duties as pastor of St Michaels Since his advent lure he has made many friends When the people called to con gratulate him on Friday afternoon und evening he had a treat of ice cream and lemenade free to all The celebration of his anniversary will be held tomorrow when Father OConnor will offici ate at the 10r30 oclock mass and again at solemn vespers at 730 oclock in the evening A number of local and visiting priests will assist at these services PLEASANT PROGRAMME The Closing Exercises of St Johns School Occurred This Week The closing exercises of St Johns parochial school wero held in the school hall Clay street and Wtlnut Tuesday night The pro gramme was skillfully rendered by the boys and girls of the parish and brought joy to the heart of the venerable pastor the Very Rev Father Lawrence ux From the trnie that he became pastor of St Johns more than half a cen tury ago Fattier Bax has maintain ed a splendid parochial school Year by year Kid has perfected his system of education until at pre ent it is second to none among parochial schools of the South After the various choruses solos duets and little dramas had been disposed of Father Bax made a short address and awarded the prizes His friend the Very Rev Father Louis Deppen concluded tl e evening with a brief talk to those assembled The music ren dfjed during the evening was un der the direction of Prof Holly wood who was assisted by Miss Imelda Shea Miss Katie A Dr scoll took a great part in preparing the children for the com mencement exercises HOME FOR VACATION Emmett B Kennedy leaded a party of young students that returned to Louis yule from Mount St Marys Em mitts burg Md on Tuesday Other Louis vile boys iit the party were John and Thomas Tf zrney and Edward and Harry Kirwan They will spend their vacation with their parents and return In Septem ber for another year of hard work Ed Kirwan carried oil the honors in this class and ili considered one of the bright eet boys iin the college He Is a son of Martin J Kirwan the lumber dealer Mr Kennedy has finished his first year lit theology and will complete his studies for the ptiNthood in three years He ia spending his vacation with hit mother at KyIlMarys ia the oldest Catholic 1 t 125 149u Stylish Cloth Suits We have about forty of them and to close them out they are offered at less 0than half price They are made of Panama in the best and leading styles coats are lined skirt cut in the fashionable circular effect II former prices up to 1250 choice at this sale Wash Suits iIn white lawn polka dot and plain lin en colored washable materials waists trimmed with piping and lace skirts cut full these suits are well II worth 175 our price FOURTH OO spiritual DIRECTORY A O 14- 3DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuef day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mnlloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President WilHanrT Median TreasurerOwen T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kcauey DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis j Cole manFinancial Secretary Daniel JU Dough J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihaa Recording SecretaryFrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street ConnellySergeantatArmsRobert Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILIiE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall Couuty PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresidentMichael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy JrFinancial SecretaryJohn Kinney Ser eant at arms DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y 2VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Hocse 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raldy First Vice President Louis J1 Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn IV Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mnllarkey Inside SentinelCharlesOsw ld Outside SentinelLouie Kinselia College in America and it is pleating to say that its destinies are guided by two former Louisville boys the Very Rev Fathers Denis Flynn and John J Tierney both of whom are doctors of divinity PIANO AWAITS OWNER Ticket No 257 won the piano recently disposed of for the benefit of St Anthonys Hospital Thaa far the holder ofttheticket has not appeared TRIP EAST John B Stickler and wife Ileft Sunday for Atlantic City and New York Mr Stickler will combine business with pleasure by attending the convention of theNational Association of Master Plumbers They will return byway of Wash ington and visit the great Catholic uni varsity there It is not often that Mr Stickler takes a plesure trip and his many friends hope that he and his estim able wife will enjoy their outing C K of ALife Insurance is not so necessary for an old man whose children belpthemselvM1but man in his beet years with a family and whose children are dependent upon his earnings If in such a case the grim reaper makea his appearance help is very necessary and this a Benefit Certificate in the Catholic Knights of America will bringWrite to President Felix Gaudin New Orleans La or to Secretary Anthony Matre MermodJaccaird Building St- Lorle 140 Od u P rj 498 W 498 QJ I00 I 000000000o000e SOCIETY Keiran- RecordingSecretaryIoscph ertyTreasurerGeorge TRINITY COUNCIL Many Matters Disposed of During a Brief Session Trinity Council Y 31 I held meetingMcnday bert F Martin presiding John F reporteddisabled Hinkle and Gilligan who have been ill improvingHenry Goebel GymnasiumCommittee been made for the organization of a physical culture class to meet at the club house two evenings in each week The committees on picnics entertninmentreported progress President Martin ap pointed the following committee to visit the sick during the next quarter E J PJlsoii C A Leahy J A Hehemann Thomas N Mur= rrr John Strothman John Dal ztll and Albert P Martin John J Barry was appointed member of the Press Committee and M Dickmann Henry Stuoker and William De Mr1 appointed member qh 1 e ti gating Committee for the next quarter After the meeting ad journed the members proceeded in a body to Phoenix Hill Phrk where the picnic of St Aloysius Debt Plying Society was in progress SILVER HILLS Trip to This Delightful Resort Is a Sure Cure for Insomnia duringthever Hills via the Louisville b Southern Indiana Railway Com prnys cars The air on the Indi triptocure for insomnia Early in the morning is another nice time to make the trip It is just the sea son of the year when nature is at her best Prom the time the cars cross the Ohio until they reach the summit of the Indiana highlands a magnificent natural panorama is unfolded Hills and dales rustic bridges over purling brooks flow cib and trees all combine to make a pleasant picture to the eyes of those who are tired of the hot and citySilver Hills cover an immense area and each day sees several pic nic parties there and all have plenty of room No charge is made for the use of the grounds and many Sundayschools are taking advantage of the priv elege Cars leave Third and Mar ket street for the hills every fifteen minutes ooes TO REST Michael Hourigan a native of Ireland but for many years a resident of Louis ville died at his home out on the River road Wednesday afternoon The deceased was sixtyfive years old and is survived by two daughters Mrs H L Stanley and Mrs LI Dundon Another daughter wto died recently was the wife of Lieut Edward Burke of the Louisville police department The remains were brought to Lieut Burkes home 1720 Pope street where they reposed until Ifriday morning The funeral services were held at St Frances of Rome church JEFPERSONYILLB The Fontana Club a society of popular Jeflersonville young people gave a laws fete at the home of Miss Katherine Healy on Chestnut street in that city Thursday afternoon and evening The proceeds were devoted to a charitable cause o 0 GREATSALE+ REXl MATTRESSES Pat Sept 11903 Oct 11 REX MATTRESS I 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 1 Chas A Fisher Co This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Smooth surface no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside tufts to collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic over entire surface Constructed on scientific 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