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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 J lt r 7 t L KENTUCKY IRIS AMERIcAN I y VOLUME 1VILNO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 14 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS I 71 IRISH GIRLS I Find Haven of Safety and Pro tection in Mission of Our Lady The SelfSacrlflclug Work of Rev Father Michael J Henry Has Spent Ten Years Watching Ship After Ship Arrive KINDI WELCOME FOR THE EXILE The Mislon of Our Lady of the Rosary State street New York Is an unpretentious building located front ing the harbor at the round end of the Battery And It Is the Irish Im migrant girls haven of safety her temporary home her church her counsellor her friendall under one roof Its spiritual director Is the Rev Michael J Henry and Its preeminent function Is to be the first port of entry for the newly landed Irish girl who has no friends to meet her or whose friends fail to be on hand or who seeks work and Is unprovided beforehand with a place The one solitary object of Father Henrys life Is to watch for and wel come and care for and assist and counsel and fatherandmother Irish girls who come to America to make a llvng To a seasick stormtosed lone ly depressed travellamed wearied discouraged woman with an ocean be tween her and her native land and her parents and loved ones Father Henry means hope his mission means secur ity his welcome means cheer his solitude means that the religion she has been brought up In didnt fall her at perhaps the only moment when she realized that it was absolutely the t only thing she neded above all else If you want to know why It is thatI blueeyed jolly kindly sympathetic Father Henry doesnt get tired of liv ing down there at the jumpingoff place with his back to all the coun try and his face set seaward always if you want to know why he actually 1 loves his work and for ten years has worked like a dray horse at the barge office over the arrivals of one big steamship after another If you want to know why it Is that if an Irish girl were to land without a farthing in her pocket the authorities would release her to this quiet little earne3t man with the Roman collar without a protest if you want to know why all Ireland and all tlleI Catholic Church throughout the earth and all the emigration authori ties of the world and all the steam ship agents know of Father Henry It Is because he Is doing the work of Ineffable Invaluable Incomparable incalculable good with a godliness that doesnt care for self that doesnt miss social environments that doesnt mind being pushed away off there at the bottom step of civilization that doesnt mind being out of the lime light of fame that doesnt care for applause that Isnt asking for cele brity that Isnt looking for per sonal emoluments but who Is doing his duty doing it as he sees ItnsGod sees it and as the grateful Irish Immigrant girl sees It and knows It and feels It and appreciates It A large dormitory duly supervised by gentle tender women is at tached to the mission and a good table nnd the best of care Not a penny to pay The girl keeps her money There is no change The Lord never asked How much money have you got or how much can you afford to let us have Neither does Father Henry Mercy compassion human affection sym pathy consolation comfortthose are gifts not sales of barter You wouldnt pick Father Henry out for an orator but the oratory of a warm handclasp a kindly word an encouraging smile such as a sobbing heartbroken Im migrant girl needs more than she speechPathersees that she gets something to eat a pure clean comfortable place to sleep a chapel wherein to say her prayers a priest where to commit her confidences Thats the oratory of the Battery It Is the eloquence dangerboundand wiped many a tearful eye t MACKIN COUNCIL Decides For Membership Con test and a Big Fall Festival The large attendance at the meeting iofMackin Council Tuesday night was the cause pf good feeling and the dig pachotniuch important business After receiving the applications of John M Miller and F Schaetzley the name of William F Burke was placed on the roll Only one member Will Pfanmlller was reported on the sic list but he is improving The report of the Executive Committee that there had been a gain of 500 during the past six months elicited heart- applause and so enthused all precentt u n that the Nays and ie M Commute was given full power to go ahead and make all arrangements for the fair and fall festival to bo given in October From Chairman Shelley it was learned that among the prizes that will be of fered will be two pianos sets of fur niture 100 diamond ring and fine gold watches The fair will last a week and will greatly reduce the debt on the club house which amounts to 6000 A membership contest was launched between teams headed by Ben Reid and James Mullarky which will close with a great initiation when Mackin celebrates Its next anniversary The prizes will be emblems of the order and valuable watch charms and a banquet or theater party for the win ning team and their ladles An eloquent and scholarly address was delivered by Charles Cate who tools Home and Country for his sub ject After dwelling on tho era of the pioneers and their log cabin homes from whence proceeded the foundation of this great country he pictured the example ot the Christian home The Influence of holy church through the home he said was in calculable and destroys the divorce evil In closing he declared if we serve God as we should we serve our country best Other speakers were Dan Cunlff Thomas Doyle a visiting member from North Vernon Ind and Clarence Zook President Raldy named John Carr and James Shelly as speakers for the 24th Inst An Invitation was received to the outing of the Catholic Knights and the council decided to turn out the full membership and attend In a body I IRELANDS CONDITION To Be Investigated by Party of Influential irish- Americans To learn the true condition of Ireland and the opportunities it offers for the Investment of American capi tal a party of more than sixty Irish Americans will leave Chicago today for a three months visit to the Emerald Isle The expedition was organized by the New World and has the sanc tion of Archbishop Quigley who has given leave of absence to a number of the local priests The investigators will be le Tby Thomas Graham Mor ris general manager of the New World They will sail from New York July 17 on the steamer Caronla and on dis embarking at Cork will be met by Douglas Hyde chief promoter of the Gaelic revival- It was Dr Hyde In his recent tour of the United States who suggested the Idea of the Investigation by his assertions that Ireland was rich In natural resources and its troubles were due largely to lack bf capltal to develop them Under his guidance the party will visit every portion of the island ascertaining the facts about industrial conditions education de population and other vital questions Former Police Chief Francis J ONeill and Edward Lahlff of Chicago will Join the party at Dublin They now are in Ireland Those who have already arranged to go are as follows being from Chicago unless otherwise OaffneyHoly ing St Dominicks church Rev Brother Baldwin President De La Salle Institute Rev J A Sheehan Effingham Ill Thomas Taylor Drill Very Rev W J Marslle President St Vincents College Bourbonnais Ill Rev Lawrence Cosgrove pastor St Vincent de Paul St Paul Minn Rev Brother Idoneus De La Salle Institute SpringsRevIH I ST MICHAELS CHURCH Was One ofthc Famous Sights of Interesting Old Ger man Cliy JY t St Michaels church of Hamburg which was destroyed by fire on July 3 with nearly all Its wealth of silver service rare mural decorations and priceless relics of past ages was one of the famous sights of the interesting old German city It was built In 1750 62 by Ernst Sonnin who holds in German architecture the same place Sir Christopher Wrenn holds In that of England Though there are more costly sacred edifices In Europe and others of greater fame St Michaels church with its lofty spire 426 feet hgh Its magnificent pillars of solid stone and Its elaborate carvings was a popular visiting ilace for thousands of tourists from all parts of the world The site upon which the church stood has been devoted to religious pur poses for centuries and the building which preceded the one now destroyed manyyearsIt was constructed of brick In the solid thetimebelievedItPLEASING APPOINTMENT The appointment of Dr John T Chawk this week as City Veterinarian for the Western District came as a pleasing surprise to the numerous friends of this popular young man Dr Chawk has been an active worker kIn Hie Democratic party ranks ever since he attained his majority and the appplntment is but a fitting recog Theydoctor l also well known in fraternal pft1i the Knlghta pt Coltunbus i r t GROUNDLESS Are Rumors Predicting a Split in the Ancient Order of Hibernians Order Not Concerned With tho Squabbles of Oversea Bodies Emanate From Some One With Personal Grievance to Gratify NOT ANY PROBABILITY OF DISUNION Right on the very threshold of the Saratoga convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians strange rumor- come out of the West and from othe sections Even from Ireland letter- have come asking that the order In America undertake to settle several perplexing questions that affect various Irish societies in that country It is charged in dispatches from oversea that Joseph Devlin M P has cap tured a section of the Irish Ancient Order and is making It and seeks to make the entire order abject slaves of the Parliamentary party Speaking of this the Western Catholic of Chicago and other Western Journals assert that the oversea squabble will likely come before the Saratoga con vention and cause a split in the Ameri can order Wishing to learn the truth with regard to this rumor The Catholic Sun of Syracuse sought out National President James E Dolan and requested an Interview Presi dent Dolan is a busy man but never too h to take interest in Catholic Irish affairs He granted the request whereupon thin query was put to him point blank Will the differences existing between the Hibernians of Ireland and Great Britain be likely to be brought Into the national convention of the Ancleut Order of Hibernians In America to be held in Saratoga shortly No I dont think they will The nclcjnkprdeTQf Hibernians In AmerU ca la in no way connected with any other society in the world of any name or nature I believe fcowever our organization would consider the advisability of affiliating with the Hibernians of Ireland and Great Brltlan as we have repeatedly Inform ed them if they were all united but unfortunately it seems they are not This question was brought to the at tention of the national officers and directors at their meeting held in Atlantic City last year and after con siderable discussion it was voted to leave all matters concerning foreign federation in the hands of the National President and It was further voted that no federation be entered into with the transatlantic organizations until full and satisfactory evidence had been given the National President that complete unity exists in the or- g nlzations in Ireland and Great Brit ain Mr Dolan further said that all Irishmen desiring to benefit the cause of Ireland or assist in the advance ment of the Irish race either at home or abroad should first last and always remember that by unity and not b discord can they accomplish these ends It would seem that the lessons of centuries are lost or entirely ignored because we have as a race enough to contend with without quarreling among ourselves- A number of papers in the country afe speaking with regard to your ac ceptance of a third term What iis your position with regard to this question If your election at Saratoga were unanimous would you accept1 Under those conditions I could not very well refuse but I am In no sense seeking reelection For four years I have labored to the best of my ability In the Interest of our organization and the principles It represents I hope our members are satisfied with my efforts I have been ably assisted by tho other national officers I have re- peatedlY regretted my own inability to represent the organization as I would like to see it represented I hope therefore that the delegates will elect men who are the peers of allI others In point of ability and social standing and who will have the same desire to preserve peace and unity among our people that he have had The advancement of the Irish race 1Is dear to every man with a drop oft Irish blood in his veins and under the banner of the Ancient Order o Hibernians both of which are firmly united in their respective countries there Is room enough and glory enough for all Irishmen and they can all find plenty of opportunities to give ample evidence of race unity Personally I owe an everlasting debt of gratitude to the Catholic newspapers and periodicals of this country They have ably assisted in the work that we have tried to carry on during the past four years and wo shall always b firm advocates of the Catholic press This will wetake It set at rest allI reports of aniiImpending split at Sara toga The HI ernlans of America will1 pursue at present as in the past a policy of haws oft with regard to all oversea disagreements United the selves they aek their coreligionlstais and race breth en across tho water to get together and stay together aa they ought to do It is very certain that Irish Ireland n never gaIn any thing by disunity+ National Director George J Butler of this city who was shown the tons going before leaving Thursday for th Li convention expressed surprise at the groundless story dnd after reaffirm ing Dolan the said declarations of President 1j There will be neither recognition I or affiliation until there Is but one organization In thejold country with all1 differences sattIca I declared for thi at tho National Board meeting at Atlantic City as did also President Dolan after whlc t resolutions to this effect were unanlrc ouslyadopted There Is no truth wha vcr in the state ments which dou tless emanate fromI enemies of Irela d and the order or some one who has a personal grievance to gratify And furthermore there is now less probability of dis union than at any time since theI foundation of the order centuries ago and the proceedings of the Saratoga convention will demonstrate the truthl of my assertion I U COUNTY BOARD i Names John Mulloy For Coun ty Delegatefo Hibernian Convention Presidents StsrJoesDougherty presided over a largely at tended meeting oft the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held Monday night The most Im portant business was the selection of a delegate to represent Jefferson coun ty In the national convention at Sara toga the last weal of this month I being Impossible for any of the present county officers to lDave the city at this time the honor was conferred on John Mulloy the Market street coffee deal er with D J Coleman as second choice Their selection will meet with the hearty approvall of the four local divisions The committees in charge of the outing submitted their reports show- Ing that the affairs was a decided financial success and all the divisions were realizing good sums from the sale of tickets After a rising vote of thanks to the committee for its excellent work the Secretary was In structed to write ajletter acknowledg ing the valuable assistance rendered by the Kentucky Irish American and John J Barry I II RECENT DEATHS All that was mortal of Mrs Mary Vaughn was laid to rest last Sunday afternoon She was the wife of the late Charles Vaughn and with her five children resided at 1910 Esquire street The funeral servlceswe re holdl at the Sacred Heart church and were largely attended The death of Miss Agnes Maloney daughter of Margaret Maloney 1204 Eighteenth street caused widespread sorrow among her wide circle of friends She was in her nineteenth year and was an invaluable aid to her widowed mother The funeral took place Friday morning from St Patricks church Susanna Crilly a native of County Derry Ireland aged eighty years died Wednesday night at the Sacred Heart Home on East College street where she had been spending her declining days She was the aunt of Rev M A McFeeley O P of St Louis Bert rands church who officiated at the funeral services yesterday morning The funeral of William E McCoy took place Sunday afternoon from the Sacred Heart church the third for that day In that parish Deceased was lateyJames McCoy and was employed by the L N His death Is an Irreparable loss to the bereaved mther for whom there Is the most sincere sym pathy The largest funeral this year at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament was held Wednesday mornlflg when the last sad rites was performed over the I remains of John Kennedy For years he was with the Adams Express Corn pany and was well and favorably known He is surylved by one daugh ter Miss Mamie Kennedy Rev I Father Ford of St Patricks the cele brant of the requiem mass Is his nephew as is also Capt John Ford James B Haws one of the city oldest residents and a devout member of the Secred Heart congregation passed peacefully away Sunday after noon at his home 1202 West Broadway Deceased was healthy and robust despite his advanced age ninet years and had but once been ill be fore his last sickness He was bornl in Philadelphia and traced his an cestry back to William Penn but fort the last pelf century had lived here His wife Mrs Mary Haws and oneI son William Haws are the only sur vivors The funeral took place Tues day morning Rev Father Walljh of ficiating at the solemn services It was with feelings of extreme sad ness that friends and relatives learn ed of the unexpected death of Robert Miller the result of an operation H 111eEighteenth street and a brother o- I Father Desire Miller of East St Louis III and held a good position with the National Tobacco Company Only W Sunday before his death he was 1 in thme Vlncentians who received t holy com munlon that morning The funeral I I theIwith mourning friends and relatives I Rev Father Miller was celebrant o the high mass of requiem and Father Walsh preached a testing funeral aer amon i URGENT APPEAL For Afilliation With Americans Federation of Catholic Societies Rev Father Helters Eloquent Address to Knights of Columbus Present Tendencies In Political and Social Life of the Nation PROBLEMS THE CHURCH MUST SOLVE The Rev A Helter D D the eloquent pastor of the Seven Dolores church delivered an interesting lee turo last week before Buffalo Council K of C urging the members to at flllato with the American Federation of Catholic Societies and take con spicuous part in the convention to be held in Buffalo thla month which we take from the Union and Times Every ago Is confronted with probe lems of Its own rind those who under thetleaders and benefactors of their age the heroes of history The first cen tury of the Catholic Church in the United States has properly been styled the brick and mortar period because the Church therein was mostly oc cupied with organizing dioceses form ing parishes building churches schools convents hospitals and in stitutions of all kinds of charity The Church was confronted no doubt with hard and difficult problems and no one can deny that she has solved them well The foundation of the Church is laid and It is a solid broad lasting foundation the result of the admirable cooperation of clergy and laity so conspicuous during her pioneer period Clergy and laity understood the problems of their age they con sidered themselves pioneers and as such we must hold and judge them The laborer who lays the foundation of a building is not expected to be a painter or a sculptor The fist perYOdot the ChunjbTIs passing into history a new period sets in which I might call the epoch of reflection and concentration Al ready we see the tendenclps of this epoch in the political and social life of the nation No longer we adhere to the traditions of our fathers no longer we are satisfied with the rural habits and garments of our ancestors we have widened our national horizon In regard to art science commerce Industry and politics we are confronted with new political and social prob lems unknown to the framers of our free state Many of these problems rest on a base which belongs to science or religion or to both science and religion and consequently cannot rightly be solved without the as sistance of science and religion Science may presume hammer and apron may boast to solve them they never will be solved without religion or the wise direction of the Church Until now the Church had to strug gle with poverty the diversity of language and nationality of her chil dren the prejudices of heresy the slander and sporadic persecution of bigotry but all her enemies were Christians or claimed to be such and the State holding out the shield of liberty to all denominations protected her property and her creed as well as that of others We were a Christian people in a neutral state now we are an unChristian people in a Godless state Modern science Is outspokenly atheistic scorns the Idea of God crea tion revelation and sanctification of man through the means of grace It Is outspokenly monistic and admits but one factor In the process of the universe material and evolution of material Modern science therefore stands In direct contradiction to Chris tianity forms the strongest contrast to Christian philosophy the most perfect antagonism to Christian Ideas and virtues in every respect and in all gentlemobsthis assertion to be an exaggeration It is truth and nothing but truth I am perfectly aware Christianity Is still a power In the world and especial ly in our country I know there are thousands and millions still faithful to the teachings of Christianity ready yto live and die for their faith like the martyrs in the time of persecution but encouraging and consoling as all that may be it can not remove the fact that the Christian world Is con fronted in our days by an enemy no less formidable than the legions of the Roman Emperors and the spirit of paganism of the Apostolic times Already we see the triumphs of the enemy in the secularization and profanation of public and social life in regard to school marriage legislature commence and Industry Millions live among us In total ignorance of the millionsetotally indifferent to any form of yearntobscure doctrines of Buddha and Con fuclous rather than the heavenly 5irthermoroowho counts the adore nothing than he almighty dollar moseyBeholdenemy who no doubt will advance and conquer if we neglect to meet him his main body will not tarry because It Is not far distant it la socialism and tanarchtthe natural outgrowth of modern science the logical applica tion Qf materialism and evolution to the Meaomle conditions of modern In is 12 dustry These are the problems the Church must solve in her second epoch which we styled the epoch of reflection and concentration because they must bo solved through refiec tlon and concentration- If we Inquire Into the secret of the success of the Church In her first period we will find It was the coopera tion of clergy and laity the sacrific- Ing devotion of the Church hearing and of the Church teaching to the common cause of religion and noth ing more is required to solve the prob lems we are confronted with at pres ent and in the near future than co operation and concentration of all forces available The field of opera tion is different the tactics assuring victory are the same There is another battlefield an other enemy to be encountered weap goodInthe exigencies of the new situation The enemy we must encounter Is vest ed with the brilliant armament of modern science we must meet him with the sword of Christian science and therefore we must cultivate and elevate our institutions of learning regardless of cost and sacrifices until perfectionWehave more than we need and most of them are good In their own sphere and adhere to most laudable purposes but we are lacking of concentration and therefore not sufficiently prepared to solve the great problems of the ageWhat has reduced the Church In France to her present almost helpless condition The lack of cooperation of clergy and laity the lack of concentra tlon of the forces available sectional interests and personal grievances of selfish leaders What made the church of Germany Ireslstlblo In the time of the KulturKampf so victorious in the struggles with socialism and anarchy Cooperation of clergy and perfect agitation This is a telling object les son for all concerned In the welfare of the Church and religion The con ditions of Europe no doubt differ wide ly from the conditions of the United States and what proved to be good there may produce mischief here the tactics however tested In Belgium and Germany hold good In the United States and everywhere If adjusted to the peculiar circumstances of our countryThis gentlemen is the idea of the Catholic Federation worthy I believe of your consideration and cooperation I II I LIVELY TIMES AHEAD Intense Interest In Grand CppncILConventionand Election The next Grand Council of the Ken tucky Jourlsdlctlon of the Young Mens Institute will be held at Frankfort be pining August 19 and lasting three days In none of the Catholic societies is more interest taken in the annual election than by the Y M I and already many able and influential members are being urged by the coun cils In the jurisdiction to become can didates for the various offices A gratifying feature however Is the fact that no matter how spirited the contest the defeated candidates accept the result gracefully and begin preparation for the next one The office of greatest Importance of course Is tho Grand Presidency for which the name of Capt Albert F Martin now Grand VicePresldent and President of Trinity Council Is most mentioned He has made a fine im pression upon all the councils he has visited and in Loulsvlle It Js thought he will have no opposition Grand Secretary Dawson of St Catherines Council at Haven has filled his position so well and satisfac torily that his reelection seems as sured as does also that of Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors if he will servo an other term For the other offices there will be numerous candidates giving representation to each council in the jurisdiction An Interesting race will be the one for Supreme Delegate for which Mackin Council has put forward James Shelly a founder and one of the ablest men In the order and In every way qualified for the position St Catherines Council at Its meet ing last week elected Messrs Joe Barry Hugh Rapier and Robert Green well representatives to the Grand Coucll I FATHER VINCENT Chaplain of St Josephs Asy lum Dies of Typhoid- Fever The venerable and beloved Father I Vincent chaplain of the St Josephs I peacefullyIof typhoid fever Father iVincent Was sixtythree years old and for the last seven years had hen chaplain for the fatherless little ones at St Josephs Asylum He was a member of the Franciscan order and had spent his I life in preaching mission and chari table work The deceased was a large and strong man and tho news of his death came asa shock to those whp knew him t The funeral took place Friday morn ing from St Peters church Very Rev Father Miller Provincial the order being the celebrant of the mass of requiem and Father Ubald OlI 0 preaching the sermon After the services the remains were taken to the Franciscan Monastery at yracurethe mother house for interment BANNER OUTING i Will Bo That of Central Com mlttoo and Uniform Rank Proposed to Make the Occasion- a Fraternal Society Reunion Committees Arranging Special Amusement and Musicals Programme 4 MASS MEETING NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT The nllabcorblng topic of intere in Catholic circles Just now Is tl monster outing to be given at Foff talne Ferry Park on Thursday July 26 under the auspices of the Central Committee and the Uniform Rank C K of A For several weeks meet- Ings have been held for the purpose of arranging special amusements and attractions for this event and the reports submitted and enthusiasm dis outpourIngAt a special meeting of the Central Committee last Friday night all the officers were present and the arrangements practically completed Intense enthusiasm marked the proceedings from start to finish and rsolutions were adopted extending a formal in vitation through these columns to tho Knights of Columbus Ancient Order of Hibernians and Young Mens In statute to participate fin the reunion With tho seventeen branches of the Falls Cities Among the speakers at the meeting were Thomas Feely who said the Cathedral branch had decided to pre sent tickets to all Its members young and old and Will Meehan declared the same would be done by St Johns branch which had tickets distributed all over tho parish President Mc Ginn Michael Rolohert Capt Archer and Lieut Seeder SPQjte for tHe VAl form Rank which would that day turnout and drill two fully equippedt corn panles Police Commissioner 11f- uion a John Kinney promised that iJef fersonvlll branch would make good re turns and bring over a big crowd and Messrs Ben Hund and Burkholder spoke in the same strain Upon motion Messrs Feely Mee hen McGinn Falk Relchort Score Kelly and Veeneman were appointed a special visiting committee to attend the meetings of the various branches and invite them to a union mass meeting to be held at St Marys Hall on Friday night July 20 Messrs Higgins Murphy Hund Falk Hill Reichert and Meehan were placed in charge of the advertising Monday night the Entertainment Committee met and arranged for ape clal attractions and engaged Prof Kollross and his orchestra for the dancing pavilion which will be In charge of a number of well known young men organizationshave Invlljatlontovoting to turn out In large numbers wearing their badges The mass meeting next Friday night will bo an interesting one and will be addressed speakersAlreadybeen disposed of and It Is confidently expected that tho crowd will bd over 15000 people As heretofore stated the proceeds will go to the equipment s CentralCommitteerender assistance to any of the branches that may need their serVices- I U 1 LIVED SIX HOURS V i ty iii t George Busch FallsFromilJFifth Floor of Nashville l BulldlnAfr r George Busch the well known bricklayer aged thirtythree years 4died Monday night as a result of a fall from the fifth floor of the Mecklen burg skyscraper at Nashville The unfortunate man was laying brick about seventyfive feet above the pavement and lost his balance When picked up it was found that both lesg J were brolten the skull fractured and he was otherwise bruised and though everything possible was dope for him he lived only six hpurs Busch left LOuisville last weefc and bad been in Louisville only three days For years he followed his trade In this city and lived with his wife and two children on Lydia street I 11 CLERK OP COURT Raymond nc centlyCerJldone t aboutmorning Deputy Semen as Cle whlc1 since Ray QftJc gen w i1-T r s It T iS1- k T JtNjUCJ Y tlaSH AiIJEI CAN KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGftNi MMMMtMHMUII 1iIethe Moral and Social Advisement of all Irlaii Americas I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Lonlavllle Postotflce as SecondCUss MatterI 4 rttssll COlDonlcalions to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West QrecnSlmt NION TRADES COUNCILuser I U r LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 14 1906 STATE FAIR The endeavor to have the Ken tucky State Pair permanently located in Louisville should hay heartthesupport of our citizens of all classes tfbjh city is the metropolis of tb Kate and whatever Kentucky ha exhibit will be seen by 100 percent more people here than iin exington Owensboro or else where The annual fair held at todianapolis is not only a benefit tat city but to the whole State of diana and the same may be said1 of New York and its State fair SyracuseKentuckians should look at this question from a practical stand point The State Fair held here would meet the requirements not only of the breeders and agriculturists 1 but also those of the man ufacturers miners and all others interested in the States develop menteBy all means let us have the fair IN BAD STRAITS A crisis in the affairs of Men and Women a well known magazine published at Cincinnati was reached last Saturday when the entire office force with the exception of the bookkeeper were paid off and notified that their services would no longer be needed Men and Women has for some time been in financial difficulty and a meeting was called of a committee appointed by the stockholders on Friday ttpnfncr ip see if about 25000- b secured to tide over a rocky place in the financial road It is said that only the sum of 375 not a tithe of that needed for the purpose was subscribed Father Feldman of Camp Washington one of the principal stock holders and President Roth make strong charges of mismanagement and reckless expenditure the for o mer saying It is one of the best a magazines on earth and its prese condition is due to reckless expenditure and slipshod management I think the money will be raised tto keep the monthly going Effort is being made to interest Maloney the Philadelphia million aire who has already advanced 5000 but with what result cannot yet be stated though on alll sides it is hoped the publication will be continued EDUCATION I Now that the schools are closed andmany young men are unwilling to return the Kentucky Irish thinks it not amiss to say a wor to them As has been well said the value of an education is appreciated not only by the man who iin his youth was given its high privileges but the man who by force of circumstances was denied early educational advantages Men of experience in any line of business will advise their young friends t grasp every opportunity for edu cational training offered iii early life The educated man well knows bat his early training has done f rhimand the uneducated knows that men who were denied tb privilege of an early education are frequently in the course of life experiences forced to face serious embarrassments and obstacles Willmptt said that education iis theapoflife Prank 1 i ntieshis 1 1anca vest pay that the tisIs i best out of them and these two objects are always obtainable together and by the same means The training which makes men hap- e piest in themselves also makes them most serviceable to others Channing said He is to be edu- e cated not because he is to makes shoes nails or pinsbut because h is a man Education is never finished and no one knows thisi better than the really educated and cultured man One may be the- o graduate of the highest educational l institution in the land but still be finds that there is more to learnt 1 The storehouse of knowledge i never depleted and there is none so rich or so poor that he may nott draw something therefrom Those who were denied the advantages of an early education may in the course of later fife by devoting only a few hours every week to study at home acquire an educa tion along special or general lines Books are now within the reach of all and every home however humble may have a library The home study will make a home life more attractive to young and old If we make live and learn our life motto we shall always find1 life worth living Mrs Martha Moore Avery and David Goldstein who have beeni prominent for many years in th Socialist movement and have become well known through spea ing before labor meetings all over the country say they nave foun that back of the Socialist theories there is a principle which will not only undermine society but wi destroy the home and all modern ideas and ethics They are said to be engaged in the organization an industrial league for the pur pose of fighting the Socialist move ment among trades unions and proI meting trades union principles Cablegrams from Rome say there eventr an alleged diagnosis and declara tion that Pius Xwas suffering from incipient Brights disease Dr Laponi the Popes physician said last Saturday that His Holii ness suffers only from periodical attacks of gout which are not at all dangerous but have been rarer and milder since he became Pope than ever before Local manufacturers are co plaining that labor is scarce and that they experience great di culty in securing men willing tto work The streets of the city seem full of ablebodied men who ought dto be employed and it would only be right to wriest them if they insist on loafing when they can secure honorable and remunerative employment BRIGHT AND CATCHY One of the brightest and most pleasI Ing compositions incidental to our reo OhoTis Joy to Be Home in Kentucky words and music by the Rev Patric- J Walsh rector of the Sacred Heart church this city It Is published iin folio and pctavo form and is highly commended for its beauty and thet sentiment expressed It wilt doubtless have a large sale eOUR YINCENTIAN DAY SMembers of the St Vincent de Paul Society will observe their annual comm nlon at St Vincent de Pauls church on Sunday morning July 22 This IIs the event of the year among the Yin ceutlans and it is expected that every conference will be represented by its entire membership The people of St arrangingn a m that mornings Michael McDonough was Dfoade sworn In by Mayor Tyler as a member of the Louisville police force In his pew uniform he presents atlneappearauce and his friends predict tha he will prove a watchful and fearless officer u J aJiMiss Carrie Nugent of Lexington Is the gest of Miss Louise Shelly Miss Ada Dillon of the West Ends visiting relatives at Milwaukee Guy MattinglY will leave today to spend a week with friends at Owens boro Louis Wnbnltz and family have gone to Hardin Springs to spend the heated seasonMiss Dora Kilcourse is in Lexing ton for a visit of several weeks with friends Miss Leona Meyer has been visiting Miss Mamie Belle Krebs at New Haven Miss Nettle Peake spent last week with her father Robert Peake In Nel son county Misses Rose and Lucy Coakley have gone to South Park for a visit of sev eral weeks John P Cassllly and wife and chil dren are at the South Park Hotel fore the summer Miss Mary Sweeney S3 home from Lebanon where she visited Miss LIl- lIan Brewer John F Octken of Southern Indiana was here Tuesday visiting some of his bowling friends Albert D Gregg and George Fink left Wednesday for a ten days stays at Russell Island Miss Julia Kelly of Portland is visiting Miss Katherine Delaney at Hartford City Ind Mr and Mrs A H Egan and Miss Gertrude Egan are spending several weeks at Atlantic City Miss Mary Murphy popular In Jef fersonvllle society circles has gone to Pitts burg to visit friends Theo Sohultheis and Capt John Jacobs left Wednesday for a ten days trip to the lakes and Islands of Michi gan Lendal Dillon of Detroit is here for a throe weeks visit to his friend Miss Geanette Dannenhold West Jefferson street Misses Amy and Jean McCann of Jetfersonvllle are in Chicago where they will spend the balance of the summer Mr and Mrs E S Monohan were among those from this city who have been spending the week at Tatham Springs e ebites Margaret Scully returned Mon day from Shelbyvllle after a pleas cousinkM Casey Haldemandened attack of typhoid fever and is now able to receive her friends CovingtonllIs spending a few weeks in the city the guest of Misses Anna and Margaret Daley 1013 East Walnut street ofbiisa Mora Garrett has Just returned from Sparta Ga where she has been for the past six months ds the repre sentative of a local millinery house Mrs George Snyder and son Carl of Portland spent the week In Chi cago as the guests of Mrs James Mc Nally who came here for the homecoming John J Caffrey and wife of 2020 Floyd street were among the number who have been enjoying a season of rest and recreation at Grayson Springs IMichael ODea is rejoicing over the hisithe home 2120 High avenue to tender congratulations John B Wathen and wife accom panted by Misses Margaret and Eleanor Wathen and Richard Wathen have gone to Michigan to spend the rest of the summer hasmbeen spending a month with friends here and in whose honor numerous re forffiI Will Veeneman left Monday to join Misses Blanche Veeneman and Blanche McGrath who have been spending three weeks at White Mills They will return home today Mr and Mrs Joseph Dannenhold West Jefferson street will leave tomorrow for Detroit Mich and will visit Montreal before returning They will be absent several weeks John J Caffrey President of the Louisville Cotton Oil Company Mrs Caffrey and Miss Ora Brownfield have returned home after an outing of sev eral weeks at Grayson Springs Thomas Cady who represented Co Citykstopped over here Tuesday en route home and was the guest of D J Cole man the Portlandavenue dry goods merchant Miss Catherine Mayer this week en tertained a number of her city friends with a house party at Beuchel Among those present were Misses Marie Farrell Ethel Martin Maggie Farrell Mamie Daly Esther Farrell and Anna McHugh Miss Clara Belle OConner of 1233 Churchill street a graduate of the spendtheJarnen Thomas at Sulphur Springs She was accompanied by Misses Cath erlne Ruth and Marguerite Thomas An enjoyable event of the week was the childrens outing at Shawnee Park littlerHelen ORourke Lillian Score Eva andtphronia Sweeney Carrie Piper Nellie McAhllSe and Dtta BullivaB The lay J Gr was spent in outdoor games and a lawn luncheon Misses Susie Maloney and Anna May Score chaperoned the happy party There is much happiness in the home of John McAultffe 510 Bcrtrand avenue A handsome little girl visitor arrived there last Saturday and already has become the ruler of the household Father and mother have been I kept busy receiving the congratula tlons of their friends Thomas Burke and Miss Edna Good I win surprised their friends by being quietly married at St Patricks church I Vicar General Cronin performing tho ceremony The happy young couple whose many friends wish them God speed on lifes Journey will leave tomorrow for an extended trip Daniel J Scanlan of the Scanlan Coal Company leaves today for New York and next Tuesday will sail for the Emerald Isle where he will join his wife who has been there for the past two months After an extended visit with relatives in Cork Mr and Mrs Scanlan will make a tour of Ire land and Scotland returning home about the first of October Andrew Adams is the proud father of a lusty tenpound boy that the stork left at his home on Twentieth street last Sunday evening It Is hard to tell who Is receiving the most congratulations the father or County As sessor John Adams who is a grand father once again yet A great cele bration in being arranged in honor of this acquisition to the tribe of Adams Mrs James T Duffy of Jefferson vllle has announced the engagement of her attractive and accomplished daughter Miss Fay Duffy to Otto H Wuthen the well known distiller of this city The marriage which will be solemnized the first week in Au gust will be a quiet one Only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom will be presen- tVETERAN MEMBERS Make Appearance at Division 4s Meeting After Long Absence Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians met Wednesday evening with all the officers in their respective positions President John A Murphy presiding John Lyon who had been ill for several weeks was reported as recovered while Michael Doyle was reported as being laid up with an in jured hand Joseph L Lenihan was appointed to succeed John J Barry as Chairman of the Audltng Commit tee the latter resigning for lack of time to attend to the duties of the positionFinancial Secretary Emmet OSul livan and Treasurer William J Con nelly filed their quarterly reports showing the division to be in good shape numerically and financially Dr Charles Edelen Health Officer John J Wlnn John P Hellon and James Hourigan were called upon for short talks it being their first visit in sometime Joseph P McGinn on behalf of the C K of A invited the members of Division 4 to attend the Catholic Knights outing at Fontaine Ferry Park on Thursday July 26 The invitation was accepted by the division and regretting that the A O H did not have a uniform rank to display themselves at the picnic SILVER HILLS The Place to Spend Vacation and Enjoy the Cool Breezes Lovers of pure fresh air are these days turning toward Silver Hills where the cool breezes blow The ride from this city is indeed enjoyable and the scenery most beautiful the cars passing through three cities andl a stretch of country between Jeffer sonvllle and New Albany growing bounteous crops of all kinds As the cars ascend the hills thero is a splendid view of the lowlands and their well laid out and flourishing gardens the scene changing to one of wilder ness and rusticity before the knob- are reached For those who desire th Tented City furnishes an ideal spo for an Inexpensive outing within plain view of the three Falls Cities Silver Hills are reached by Louisville and Southern Indiana Traction Company cars leaving Third and Market street every fifteen minutes Any one wh has not yet taken this trip should no delay longer The crowds of visitors are increasing dally and represent the best people TAKES PLACE TODAY The drawing for prizes for the benefit of the new church now nearing completion in Highland Park will take place this afternoon and the winning i numbers will appear in our next num ber Father Fitzgerald who for months has labored both night and day for the erection of the handsome edifice expects to have it ready for dedication on the first Sunday in Au gust LAWN PETES A lawn fete for the benefit of the Cath olic Womens Club will be given uuder the patronage of Mrs Marcus Doerhoefer at her beautiful place West Chestnut street and Shawnee Park on Wednesday afternoon and evening July 25 The one given last year was largely patronized and it is the intention to give this on a much larger scale The feature of the evening will be a concert for which an artistic vocal and instrumental programme has been arranged The affair is in charge of Mesdames Henry Eschman Patrick H Callahan Matt J Wlnn E K Kampf mueller John J Maloney Kate Newman Thomas Keenan and Misses Lula Imorde and Mayme Meagher Another fete that gives promise of great success will hi given by the ladles- of St Georges parish on July 25 and 26 The proceeds will go to assist the zealous pastor Rev Father Weiss in the work beIs now pushing The Eighteenth street cars will carry all to the grounds rI i k All the new Summer styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices WALL PAPER Win furnish good footroomssides- and terns erl5ceilings for 360 smaller rooms in proportion selection from 35 patterns all colors 0 and 18inch bordersR CULLEY9 Seventh and OaK Home Phone 0225 Cum south 2383z Home Phone 59- 87Carpenter B J JOHNSON and Builder Job Work Promptly Attended To- C L ALLEN Foreman 2971 ALFORD AVENUE When on the I Water Wagon try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll- understand r At all good Oars Qrocerlei and Stands HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE 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 MUST VOTE Upon the Investment of the Funds of Division I A O H Division 1 A O H held a fairly attended meeting Tuesday night when much time was devoted to a discus don of the financial affairs of that body The Financial Committee will make Its final report on July 24 when a iota will be taken as to how the funds shall be Invested and all mem bars will be notified to be present Secretary Keenan announced that the division would net a nice sum from the recent outing and called up on those having tickets to make returns at once- President Mulloy reported that the County Board had received 323 as its share of the Fontaine Ferry cele bnitlon which will be used in defray sing expenses that would otherwise fall divisionst Tim Lyons and Franlt Haines who are on the sick list were allowed their benefits and a collector was appointed to visit all who are in arrears for dues ETCtAs proof of the old adage Its an ill wind that blows no one good Dennis J Gleeson is expected home from West Baden Springs this evening so his friends can now expect a cessation of the socalled humorous postal cards that they have been so deluged with FONTAINE FERRY PARK i Papinta will grace the bill at the sum mer theater at Fontaine Ferry Park for another week Her dances are beauti fully spectacular and the artist seems to have become even more graceful than when last seen here She introduces half a dozen new dances all of them superbly pretty and the concluding one known as the volcano dance By means of electrical and stage effects the little dancer appears in this dance completely enveloped in flame The Rialto Comedy Four will figure on the bill with an act which is described as something original and highly entertaining Another new turn will be witnessed in the Four American Trumpeters and the Ward Trio will make its first local appearance with a sensational acrobatic offering MoCue and Cahill the Irish favorablyknownsingingability J j this appearance Troubles of a Fire I mauls the title of the principal picture- to be presented on the Itluetlrome c Cooks Military Band will continue its series pf concerts during the coming week The bind is well liked by the park patrons and the programme arranged never fails to bring form round after round of applause u 1 rrrr oUATo wwtsrww oAoAoYA o 3 328TH SEMIANNUAL E SweepingOut Sale BY THE BOSTON SHOE COE Ladies 2 and 250 Shoes and Slippers 98c jj Ladies 250 and 350 Shoes and Slippers 148 JLadies 3 to 5 Shoes and Slippers 198 j Childrens and Misses Slippers and 4 Pumps at iSc 78c and 9Sc Boys Youths and Little Gents Shoes and Oxfords at 98c to 248 Mens 250 and 3 Shoes and Oxfords 148 Mens 3 and 350 Shoes and Oxfords 198 S Mens 4 and 5 Shoes and Oxfords 248 J Two big stores with 60000 worth of footwear to be swept out at cut prices Dont fail to come for your share tLadiest 553 Fourth Avenue Fourth t1 4V IL e IdvA J- I W tt i I 00 I GLEflRflNCE TIME II IIII flm fiT LEVYSCI tt ttADd I J you know what this meaiis iin moneyI usaving for you on Clothing Shoes Hats Uand Furnishings Come early and get a I chance at the besttt ttfirst mt = 4 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER a Diamonds Watches Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 304 v lrARI ET STREET r FONTAINE FERRY PARK TUB PARK BEAUTIFUI WEEK OF JULY 15 SECOND WEEKI SECOND WE- EKPAPINTA I The Famous and Beautlf ul Myriad Dancer I Rlalto Comedy Four Ward Trio 4 American Trumpeter McCue Cahill and the Kine drome COOKS BANDTwo Free Concerts nallyat2and780ncloc- lSKATING CONTEST- At Roller Rink Next Friday Evening 30AMUSEMENT 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 PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts 4 + It It 4 4 It It 4 4 4 4 It4 44 + + 4 + 444 Carob Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNIONICE CREAM COI MANUFACTURERS OF PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBETWe have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST ttttttttt PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS JeffersonvilleIndfor the care and treatment of insane and epileptic patients 13othmaleand female patients are admitted Rates very ream enable For further particulars apply to MOTHER nARYREGINA I1ERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avei e JefferMivllle M Mens Store 534Avenue and Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSESMo- unted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of Louisville Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOK INVJSIBIM BIFOCAL for Kentucky DONT WAIT but come at once andsee the largest selection of FURNITUREof Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST HOUg3STO6 SUNDAYS 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as wo advertise All work guaranteed DR H JrCOUCHMANJ Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co CB THOMPSON x4omisrROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenui 281 W JiflinonSI Both Telephones 1050 iAll orders receive prompt atteatloa and satisfaction guaranteed n- U 3- a Au a Sy IuIw I NTUOKY JRX8H Pu GRAND H1LITARY OUTING AND PRIZE DRILL FONTAINE FERRY PARK THURSDAY JULY 26 Central Committee and Uniform Rank C K of A i MUSIC AND DANCING PLENTY OF AMUSEMENTS XOJT 10 CENTS II HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EKST N AIN STREETf With the assistance of my eons I will continue the undertaking ousiness of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT A I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I II I I I t THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calli promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1226 W MARKET ST HI I I I I II III HI I I I II I 11 III I I I II I II I I I I I I I I L J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS cr STREETShort DANIEL Gran W Smiths Son Proprietor Funeral Director Embalmer Carriages Furnished for Short Notice W JEFFERSON STREET 810 I No pains have been spared to have our plastering material the best in the market A trial prove our assertions trueAlso operating Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 Kentucky Wall Co BOTH PHONES 2261 Brook and River KvI HENRY ftAIJIJILSI DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents I WORK GUARANTEED Pboo 521 Fifth Strttt VINES LIQUORS GIBUS a VALS SALOONV VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lrach every morning from 98 to 1280 oclock 4 fl VVV QEa13 aTI n jt D t ++f + ff tt t J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages FurUshed All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 11231 W Market Bet 12th and 13t- htM1t+ + MMH MM IM I IM I t I MUMI AL SMITH and All Occasions on 809 TELEPHONE t will Hoosiet Plastpr Louisville Wearing Apparel 3635 St r PETER M ANDRIOTgSONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rabter Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET 15OROUND TRIP TO EVANSVILLE HENDERSON OWENSBORO VIA TH- EHENDERSON SUNDAYROUTE 15 For full particulars ask agent L J IRWIN G P A Give your boys an edacatlea that will prepare them ffer life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky 0Conducted by tile Xavenaa BrotbersCtaSeienUic and JluM 911 Coaree Preparatory De 8nmeat Iarge Swimmls leol Wen 1II11 e4GymsadamTerm MedfrateBuJames Dir 0- V Ii t iJ r n GIVE US YOUR ORDER Kentucky Irish American J OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET 0 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Missouri has added another council tits I large list The New York Chapter which includes Manhattan Bronx and Richmond represents fiftytwo councils There is no reason why our local coun should not succeed in raising a fund suf ficient to erect here a home the equal of any in the country The most amusing feature arrange I for the outing to be given by Loulsville Council will be the ball game to be playedI by nines representing the heavy weightt and lightweight members The danger ous post of umpire will be filled by Charles F Taylorand Newton G Rogers An interesting perhaps an unique in cident was disclosed at the recent na tional convention of the Knights of Co lumbus The delegation en route to New Havenlfrom Denver did not missI mass althoughjthey were traveling with out interruption Rev Joseph P Card gan chaplain of Denver Council saidi mass in theobservation car occupied by the Western knights So far as is known this is thejlfirat time the holy mass hasI been offered in a moving railway train Those privileged to be present ban something to long remember ANOTHER IRISH JUBILEE Fifty years ago the cclony of St John iinI in Dakota county Neb was founded b a little band of daring Irishmen heade- by their pastor Rev Jeremiah Tracy It was then a vast wilderness inhabited l by wild beasts but it appeared desirabi- to the pioneers and so they pitched their tents there and on the day following Sunday JJune 2 laid the foundation ofr the town ofj St John The fiftieth an niversaryof this event will be celebrated by the largeRand prosperous population ofjthe country on July 17 and 18 the cause of the delay being the absence of the present pastor Very Rev W M Mortar Ity ELECTED AND INSTALLED The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y M I at the last meetin elected and installed the followin officersPresidentAnna Gambert Financial ScretaryEmma Stone Treasurer Marie Heverin Rec rdingdSecretaryGertude Hehe manCorresponding SecretaryLoretta Stag genberg Marshal Virginia Prante DESERVE SUPPORT A midsummer social will be given under tbe auspices of the St Joseph Dramatic Clubat St Josephs Hall Webster and Washignton streets Thursday Jnjy 2G The proceeds derived from this entertainment will will be devoted to the completion of the towers on St Josephs church which is a very commendable object and the dramatic club should receive the hearty support of allII their friends and others DOINO NICELY tpn The many friends of Thomas Quinn County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians who is at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital suffering from a attack of typhoid fever will be glad to know that at last reports his conditio y was improving nicely though It will W another week at least before be can bit removed to his home on Portland avenuf SOCIAL AND EUCHRE The Surprise Club COUltfweni known ladles of the Wet EndXvbo have been doing much work of r charitable nature will give an outd T ice crew social and euchre at the rasWence of Mrs Henry Cooper a824j5fevla firedoK Saturday afternoon and evening July 21 This affair promises to be a most enjoy able ode and should be well attended BARRY REUNION Will Be Held by Patriotic Irish IofSouthernOhio The recent favorable action of Congress in providing for a 50000 monument to commemorate the memory of Commodore Jack Barry of Revolutionary fame has induced Irish Amedcaas of Southern JackIIsland on Sunday July 22 The reunion will be presided over by Hon Joseph P Kealy of Cincinnati and will be addressed by many prominent Irishmen from Columbus Lima Wellston Youngs town Hamilton Dayton Springfield and other cities of Ohio Irish music and song will be a feature of the reunion which will be under the charge of a com mittee of most representative men one of whom is Judge M T Shine of Cov ington LOOK NEAT Louisville letter carriers donned their new blue uniform shirts Thursday and will wear them during the summer months The men look neat and com wereeexceedingly warm at this season Post master Woods issued the order last Sat urday and the public as well as the car riers approve the change L1YESdFire Marshal Jack Campion who last week retired as the head of the Chicago fortyeyears has a remarkable record His career began with the old volunteers when a barefooted boy and he has answered 52800 alarms but more remarkable still he has saved 375 lives perhaps the largest number on record He was the first man to turn a stream on the great fire that nearly wiped Chicago from the map in the fall of 1871 MEMPHIS rChickasaw Council Y M L of Memphis is malting extensive prepara SundaygJuly 22 when conferred on a large class of candl dates Grand Director G A Lawo has charge of the arrangements and will have present some of the most proml nent members In the Kentucky Juris diction BISHOPS PICTURES Arrangements are being completed for the hanging of the pictures of the late Bishop Thomas Lenihan ofi Cheyenne Wyo and Bishop Mathlas tUtjStatefuturpdatehand ACCORD WITH POLICY Mgr Fowler who has been Arch bishop Hartys Secretary in Manila Is In the United States again Ho says Archbishop Harty and tUe four other Bishops in the islands tire thoroughly in accord with the policy of the Presl dent AS Secretary to the Archbishop the Monslgnor has had the best kind 1of Opportunities to study conditions inn t9Philippines James Smith in September will succeed Gov Ide In Charge of the Islands said Mgr Fowler Mr Smith is a good Catho lie The President has always said he wanted to appoint a Catholic to the Governorship of the islands Mr Smith will make an excellent Governor Luck wafts for something to turn up Pluck turns up something Good luck Is a woman with her sleeves rolled up and hard at work making things 10 BaBd luck is a woman with her arms akimbo looking for a roan to take charge of her I U I 4 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Weekaeneral- News Notes Division 3 of Clinton Mass has now a membership of over 300 President John Mulloy leaves tomorrow for the National convention at Saratoga and expects to have a great trip Providence Hibernians have secured Crescent Park and are preparing for a monster celebration on August 9 The Grand Union Hotel at Saratoga selected for the headquarters for the national officers is the largest in the worldDivision 3 of Syracuse conferred the degrees on a class last week and followed the work with an excellent musical programmeThe Irish American will have special letters from the convention giving full and correct reports of the proceedingsThe Auxiliary will hold an interesting meeting next Wednesday night at which much important busbies will be transacted There are fortythree divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary in Ohio with a total membership of 2700 and 11000 in the various treasuries The membership has Increased 38000 in the past two years Minnesota heads the list among the States with the great est percentage of new members- A number of New York State divisions have arranged excursions and will attend the opening of the convention and participate in the parade next Tuesday It is said the project of erecting a home for old and decrepid members will be revived at the National conven tion And that will be the end of it National Director Butler will stop over at Syracuse and Buffalo en route bom- efromtthe national convention Large will reet him in both cities will bold its biennial Sate at Winona September 18 to of attendance it is expected to b1the largest in the history of the ordej in that State Division 3 meets Monday night and will have questions of importance to de Ideas well as much money to receive The officers therefore request a large attendance of members The Hibernian Rifles and Divisions made a splendid showing in the impos Ink parade that preceded the laying of- tlje corner stone of the new church of Our Lady ofLourdes at Fall River f New York City Hibernians will hold heir annual field day August 25 The proceeds will be used in procuring prizes displaylingof Irish history The national convention will open Tuesday with solemn high mass at St Peters church at which Most Rev John M Parley the National Chaplain will pontificate The programme also includes a parade and public meeting Hibernians of Central New York go from city to city and visit divisions This was demonstrated last week at Oneida when many outoftown men were present and spoke for the order and Ireland after which all were entertained at a smokerDivision 2 met last night and received returns from the outing It was hinted that at the next meeting a proposition will be submitted for a celebration that may increase both the membership and the funds in the treasury At one time its membership was the largest in the sty Buffalo Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary have arranged with the American Amusement Company for a proquings of July 26 and 27 the presentations of which will require the services of 400 people Theproceeds will go to the sick benefit ftmd of the divisions L i c RftHR BREWING 60 IINOORPOB ATB3D Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY 0 SENN Be ACKERMANB- 1tFiwINGc COMPANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUl8VlLLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely agad TELEPHONE l3IiO Louisviiie israncn fourteenth and jeiierson Sts Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 Txzn- ii WIEDEMANBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENS a LINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN 15 FRANK VVALTERSr Clay=Street Brewery 3 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY MOLD DEAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phase flit 540 Wr WALNUT C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and greet Streets Old and Rate VhUkl s a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET n- r 1rv- s lt KATIE AGUES SMITHI Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and chil dren a specialty Elegant shronds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1077 Office 2406 PayneSt AN IIDEMLL VACATION TRIPTO Yellowstone Park PERSONALLY CONDUCTED SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY ITINERARY OF TRIP Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manltou PIKES RoyalGorgeCity Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and 6y days in wonderful YELLOWSTONE PARK CO OF TRIP trlpoftblturen imized so as to be within easy reach leaveIovineFor full particulars write J HOLAGPER 107 Barrett Ave Zonjil u n arr c IFZt8 tla End of Seasons Slaughter Sale r Begins today Saturday and continues untilIour entire surplus stock of our factories areIdisposedof Values not regarded theymust and make selec move Come early your tions of MENSii I FURNISHINGS AND HATS I 1 THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE St CO tto 434 St and WestII me Gfik fle Rogers BOOK QI GO e PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO EVERY TASTE i Give us a cal inspect our of goods are the K of kind In the city B BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jeftersoxx Street IX Qfa + ppQQQ LLL2s SPENCE aa4 tttxlit Ate s 424 Market Fourth SUIT and line They finest their I 11 I I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 11 1111111 1 I I I I I I I I HANDSOME PREMIUMS WITH OUR NEW BLEND COFFEE 44plece Tea Set with 60 lbs 100plece Dinner Set with 140 lbs Rocking Chair with 50 lbs 1O piece Toilet Set with 60 lbs Try a pound of this coffee at 20 If you find It good recommend It to your friends and take their orders for a few pounds of It Every order you send In will be credited to you and when you have sent us orders for the required amount the premium will be delivered to you MULLOY CORFEE ROASTER of NcPhonrjsj phi Wr ARKEr rREETi+ III I I I 1 1 +I 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 11 1 IH 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 11 II I 1 t THE NORTON COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 341 W Main i H 11 1 1 I I HIHIIK1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I J l flojup 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 goodand deep offering you a chance to secure HighGrade Pianos at prices that will astonish you We have no warehouse since ours burned Sunday to store the new pianos arriving daily e We are crowded to the doors and must make room for these 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 raedily see that what we say is true Visit the Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country MONTENEGRO= RIEtlM MUSIC CO OtBSOOO FOURTH AVENUE 5x x3 4xS4 3 3 r7p r0e 1J WIREANDIRON FENCES 1 1 1 L WINDOWGUARDS SETTEES FLOWES STANDS POULTRY NETTING 4 I DOW WIRE AND IRON WORKS ETCII 1 Office and Factory Franklinl and Buchanan Stt Salesroom 730 W M t 2 3 S S m S X148 Expert t 77v PBANNON President eewuntaAEducater Young People For Business Good Employment andSucuaolf CALL on WRITe ron rua wronuATioH o l NttftMJ krU tLLEKY Business College MJBANNON VlciPrtt II Genl Mgr A H M WOLTRING Secretary R D BANNON Treasurer Pt mm Sewer PipeP Coar sIt Glazed Sewer and Calvert PI Baaaaas Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Cubits BrickTireGrate and Boiler Tile Graaad Fire Clay Calataer Tops Lawa Vases Yltriied Sidewalk Prick It OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON IBlBPHONRJ23 ORKS lath aad Lexington aad MagaoUa Ave Betpthalseta TBLKPHOKB 2833rUA AAA A c I 1 eeeVVVVeeVVVViOVVVV o oII Womens Stylishtt i PRICED TO CLOSE OUTIWhite Cloth Dress SKirts the Latest Fancy They are made of handsomcII quality lightwclghtbroadclotha d serge cut O very full in nobby styles ft i perfectly a tailored These skirts were made to sell for 1000 and 1250 many g of them have been sold by us at special sales at 57S01 now at tins sale Beautiful Shirt Waists- No less than lOO dozen handsome White Lawn Shirt Waists go in this this sale at from onethird to onehalf less I actualvalues The styles are up to date the making and trimming have been tastefully done Among them you will find the new Col lege Blouse or Peter Pan Waiststhe IS newest fancy Shirt Waists worth 125 and jQ SI5O Sale price Shirt Waists worth 175 and 200 Sale price oShirt Waists worth 200 and 250 Sale price ggJ tOUOI I9t9t 6II r of Series of Lecture at Trinity Council The opening lecture of Trinity Coui ells series of lectures by member took place at the regular meeting Monday evening David OConnell de- lIvered an interesting address on Matrimony which was much enjoyed by those present Mr OCoi nell In his opening remarks told how the word matrimony Is taken from the Latin to moldand how the ceremony is regarded the world over being a moral contrac from a civil standpoint and a sacrament from a religious standpoint lIe also dwelt at length on how importan this sacrament is regarded by the Catholic Church and the safeguard thrown about it to prevent dissolu tion The speaker told of the man graces that could be obtained by hav- Ing the ceremony performed In con nectlon with a nuptial mass which 1Is said solely for the couple and their good intentions- A short business session was hell before the lecture lu which J H Gil ligan was reported as being on the sick list and Joseph T Clark Helns laid up at with an injured hand Pierre Dawson was chosen tc act to Treasurer for the next thret weeks Treasurer Ed Wult having to- go East on a business trip for about that length of time Eugene J Cooney will deliver a lecture next Monday evening on Confession and President Martin selected Ed Kealtj to deliver a lecture on Mass Vestments and Why They are Worn on Monday August I A New York Judge Renders Decision Against the C M B A Justice White has rendered decision fter hearing testimony in the suit of Michael Dowdall of Avon Nj Y against the Supreme Council of the Catholic Mutual Benefit Association to test the validity of the recent in rease in rates in the order William J Shields appeared for the plat tiff and John J Hayes President of the association took part in the trial- The suit was iestcre p li alls alleged right under his contract vltu the order made when he became n member In 1878 The amount of hjs ollcy was 2000 and his was fixed at 110 He was at that Ime between twentyfive and thirty ears old Shields told the court that for some time after Dowdall joined the order there was but one assessment a math but without objection from him the ruling officers from time to time lade an extra assessment as the need rose For some time Before the Increase In rates was made Dowdall was required to pay two assessments very month and still he did not object In 1903 the Increase was made rising his assessment to 556 at whIch time Shields alleged the reserve fund amounted to nearly 1190 000 showing that there was no need for the Increase Judge White decides In favor of Dowdall holding that the Supreme Council cannot legally raise a members assessment after laving Issued him a policy which is equivalent toa contract to furnish rotection fora stipulated amount An appeal will be taken I I JOLLY TROLLEY PARTY Tuesday night an extended and delightful trolley ride over the city on the Allegro was epjoyed by Misses Irene Lannon Mayme Cavanaugh Edna Schorch Mayme Martin Bessie Fisher Lillian Schoettler Agnes Carey Margaret Hayes Jennie McEvoy oueila Kibbey Eleanor Sullivan Rita lulllvan Carrie Scott Edna OBrien Etta Marline Anna Belle Cox Messrs Martin OBrien James Stephan HO Conway Al Langford George Kubaugh Al Toner Louis Powell Eugene taker Carroll Burch Joe Hanahan Q 7r 98e Stylish Cloth Suits 1 We have about forty of them and to close them out they are at less than half price are made of in the best coats are lined skirt Iand in the fashionable effect former up to 1250II choice at this sale IInen waists with and lace skirts cut 6full these suits are well worth price BACON SON I FOURTHIMARKET BELTHIRDAND ICAnnjQjQiO JBJ106dL0BJBJ 0LOL010B1L AUSPICIOUS Opening Meetings matrixmeanIng contracting Colcsburg 0- RERATING broughtfip assessment 125 149 offered They Panama leading styles circular prices colored washable materials trimmed piping 175our SREET L0L0L0L0 a151Q 01QI01QI 1UnU SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O XX- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresIdentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording Secretary Thomas Itee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusicl 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddic DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meeban TreasurerOwen Keira- nRecordingSecretaryosepb T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keane DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresientPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorie J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets onthe Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli ran 1620 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda- at pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresidentMichael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr FInancial SecretaryJohu Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJobn E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y M X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentvsizth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat inRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana anFinancial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal Jantes L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella Joe Dugan Joe Carney Louis Dugan annon and Iva Dugan When the arty reached Shawnee Park an abun Ionce of refreshments were served FOR SWEET CHARITY A lawn fete and ice cream festival for sweet charitys sake will be given next Wednesday evening on the lawn of Miss Margaret Smith on Melrose venue near Rosewood The proceeds of tho fete will be used solely for a- well known charitable purpose that is very deserving The committee in barge1 are Misses Katie Barrett argaret Smith Emma Stey and Ollle lelpy i L MADE GOOD DEAL Unity Council Y M L of New Ibany this week sold its fine lot at formesCountyconsideration being 2250 The coun- cil1 bought the lot some time ago and- the deal is considered a good one C Kof AThe Catholic Knights of AmeriCA offer no tocalled Endowment Policy because this is not the primary bjectof life insurance The first aim of feinsurance la to provide for the wld- OWl and orphans who are unexpectedly robbed of their supporter this the C K of A provide WfttetopmideutFeUx Gaudln New rleana La onto Secretary Anthony Matre MermodJaccard Building St I4cndl Mo L I 498 r 0 49811 100i I =i I JO Ai A A A OCONNOR AND BLAKE Will Attend the Convention of the Irish National League John OCallanan Secretary of tbe United Irfcb League of America an nounces that the third national con VBntlon of the organization will be field In Wftherspoon Hall Philadelphia October 2 and 3 next A preliminary meeting of the members of the Na tlbual Executive Committee will take place at the Hotel BcIIevuoStratfon in Philadelphia on Monday October 1 The enthusIastic welcome extended by the Irish race In Australia to Joseph Devlin M P and Jbfin T Donovan the delegates now representing the movement in Ireland fit the southern hemisphere has made it necessary for these gentlemen to postpone their de parlure from Australia until November It will not therefore be possible for them to arrive in the United State in season to attend the national con vention of the United Irish League of America as had originally been in tendedJohn Redmond M P Chairman of the Irish parliamentary party and the trusted leader of the movement in Ire land has arranged that T P OCon nor M P for the Scotland Yard division of Liverpool a brilliant Jour nallst and well tried Nationalist and toe Hon Edward Blake M P foi South Longford already well and fav orably known to the Irish race through out the United States will come spue tally from the old country to attend the convention To insure the presence of these two distinguished gun tlemen It is found necessary to hold the convention at an earlier date that that originally arranged for and the national committee has authorized the change I APOSTOLIC DELEGATE Will Tomorrow Lay Corner Stone at Hurley Wis The personal representative In America of the Pope Most Reverened llomede Falconio of Washington D C will be the central figure tomorrow at the laying of the corner stone oft Marys church at Hurley Wis The apostolic delegate In accepting the Invitation to be present and Journeying rom Washington to the northern WIs tonsln town pays a compliment to the companion and friend of his youth Rev Father Gilbert the venerable pastor of St Marys parish The Apostolic Delegate will arrive at Jurley today and be the guest of ather Gilbert during the two days he rill remain there- Archbishop Messmer of Milwaukee and Archbishop Ireland of St Paul are expected to be present and besides the bishop of the diocese Right Reverend T Schlnner of Superior Bishop Fox of Green Bay Bishop Mc ioldriclc of Duluth Bishop Schwe bach of La Crosse and Bishop Els of Marquette will probably attend as well as a large number of priests of he Wisconsin and Lake Superior loceses The Catholic societies of the Gogeblc Range towns wilt be resent In force and will be Joined by others from neighboring cities I AFTER HOTEL From Lexington comes news that atrick Mooney and William Klalr who for years have been associates int business and politics have sold the avarro Cafe and aro about to purchase the Leland Hotel Both are well known and have many friends inj Louisville who hope they may succeed is Lexingtons Representative in i Legislature and Mooney- uporintendent of Public Works 1I PRESENTATION I I UttS Sullivan who has served two uccessful terms as President of the Coopers tlnlpn was presented with a handsome button emblem of the order upon Vettrtng from office this week The presentation Was made in- the presence of Urge aatambly of his friends rt +++H + h + + t + H t t+ GREAT SALEE oF 1 y The stitches form become our 1Ci OO face tufts Please ST C This no to RANGE3mattressRANGE3 t t I i BARE WELL LOOK WELL LAST WEUJ QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Best In The World Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds FAir QEHER SON 217 Market Sit near Second 0I1xyow THE CRO DAnd you givillgYOVR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY mi GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDaBOTHiPHONBS 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN DR J TV- eterinary CHA WKS Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC +D PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING Horses Called Pot and Delivered Bot BBOADWAID3 rima WINES a OHAKPa 6- R1lSALOL3345 West Green Street LIQUORS OXOAKI 4 G n 7