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FpIRISH 4MERICANe SATURDAY JULY 21 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Plan Big Time For Their An nual Celebration Next Thursday UniCorn Rank Will Give a Fine Exhibition In Their New Equipment Expected Crowds Will Tax Ca paclty of Fontaine Ferry Park AMUSEMENTS GALORE FOR EVERYONE Plans for the most enjoyable day of the season at Fontaine Ferry Park have been completed by the Central Committee and Uniform Rank of the Catholic Knights of America who will bold their annual celebration and spend next Thursday at that popular amusement resort For weeks past meetings have been held and com mittees have been busy arranging for this outing which should prove to be this seasons biggest event In Catholic fraternal circles The seventeen branches of the Falls Cities are In terested and all promise to turn out In full force which of Itself should Insure the success of the undertaking And In addition the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Young Mens Institute and Knights of Columbus have all been Invited and will be there In large numbers Mackin Council having decided to march Its membership to the park in a body The Knights of St John also have received special Invitation and with the Uniform Rank will give the scene a decidedly military appearance- A feature of the evening will bo the exhibition drill to be given by the two military companies of Catholic Knights In their new and handsome uniforms and we have no hesitancy In saying they will present an agreeable sur prise to both their friends and the members of the order As has been heretofore stated this outing will be given largely for the benefit of the Uniform Rank and In view of this fact much time has been spent in drilling and preparation for the first public appearance of the two com panics A great expense has been in curred in their equipment and It is the hope of the Central Committee and the military officers that the friends of the order will fill the park to its full capacity and that a sum will be realized sufficient to lift the burden from the young men who are now do- Ing so much for the C K of A At the last meeting of the Central Committee notices were ordered sent to every member in Louisville and the delegates present brought encouraging reports from respective branches as did also the Visiting Committee ap pointed the week before Communications were read commending the Central Committee for its efforts one from Supreme President Gaudin elicit ing much applause The Entertainment Committee reported the amusements and attrac tions that would be provided for Thursday and announced the names of the gentlemen who would have charge of special concessions as fol lowsScenic Jlallway Thomas Feely Joe McGinn Will Meehan Gus Kane Will Bax John Schalda Price Archer John Murphy John Soeder Jr John Lem bach Matt Kuhn John Nadorff F R De Leull Mlnature RailwayJohn Kelly Den Hund John J Score John Fackler George Burkholder Ben Kruse Henry Jansen Joseph Herp John Kinney Vince Slnlalr Circular SwingHarry Veeneman John Soeder Joseph Bowling Oscar Mayer Jacob Gobey Patrick Holley Charles Desse Charles Hill Louis SteinerThe laughing gallery and bump the bumps will bo in charge of a lot of funmakers and will be as popular as the other attractions For the young It Is expected the dancing pavilion will furnish the most amusement Prof Kollros and his ex cellent orchestra will discourse the latest music having arranged a special progremmo for that evening The dancing pavilion will be in charge of Messrs John J Grotty Eugene Ford Thomas J Nolan Eugene McCarthy James Mahoney John Coleman Alex Veeneman Joe Hund Harry Veene man Frank P Burke As this will doubtless be the last outing given this season b any of our Catholic fraternal societies and as the purpose of this one is so laudable the people should turn out In such numbers as to realize the hopes of the Knights who have been Work lag so long and hard for this grand old fraternal Insurance societyP- OSTPONED Sister Mary Regina Kerr Mother Superior of the Mercy Hospital at Jeffersonville is suffering from a severe indisposition and for this rea son the opening of the hospital at Co lumbus which will be connected with the Jeffersonville Institution has postponed for a time AWFUL DEATH Terence McCabe for many y employed at the New York store an flying with his family at 124 Thlri street met with a sad and Unexpected death Tuesday afternoon The un fovUV iat win had been calling upot aa acquaintance u tie JBubrod build 1 IfI Ing en Market street and when leav- Ing In some way lost his balance and fell from the fourth to the second floor When assistance reached him he was dead his neck being broken by the fall He Is survived by his wit and three children Edward Lillian and John McCabe The funeral tool place from St Michaels church Thursday morning und was largely at tended by mourning relatives and friends GALA FETE To Be Given by the Catholic Womens Club Next Wednesday Mrs Kate Shelly Newman and her efficient committee have completed very elaborate preparations for the lawn fete to be given next Wednes day afternoon and evening under the patronage of Mrs Mnrcus Doerhoefer at her beautiful home on West Chest nut and Fortieth streets for the benefit of the Catholic Womans Club The most convenient way in which to reach the grounds is by the West Broadway car to Fortelth street then a short walk through lovely Shawnee Park or a lane which will be well lighted aj night that leads directly Into the premises For the benefit of those who do not care for the walk a conveyance will meet the Broadway cars at the entrance of the lane Mr Henry Woltrlng and Mrs Doerhoefer will have charge of the grounds The two Ice cream stands will be presided over by Mrs Geo Hoertz Jr and Mrs Jno Graves assisted by a bevy of sweet girl graduates Icecold lemonade will be served by Misses Maggie Wallace and Bessie Fontana Sandwiches and coffee will be die pensed from a booth under the man agement of Mrs E Kampfmueller and Mrs Chas Sauter A sweetmeet shop will be in charge of Mrs Annie Hunt OConnell One of the special features for the afternoon will be a euchre on the lawn for which many very hand some prizes have been donated The tickets of admission entitle holders to participate in this amusement which will be superintended by Mrs T B Leahy and Mrs J J Maloney as slated by the following Mesdames Herman Woltrlng Chas Taylor Henry Eschman Fred Hlllerlch and Misses Margaret Cross Elizabeth Sauter May Hoertz Dorothy Gott and Emma Mur rayThe supper will be served on the lawn under the trees and will conI sist of all the good things of the sea son for the absurdly small sum pf twentyfive cents Mrs Smith Mrs Beck and the following ladles willI serve Mesdames Geo Hoertz Sr Dan Murphy Wm Meehan Phil Mc Govern Geo Fenner Mary Camty Thos Ryan iJas TlghCi Clarence Ramsey J Haslfelt M Meyers G E Netherland and Misses Laura Davis Marla Merrlmee Kate Burns Dora Coonan Martha Hume Boo Small Nora Schulten and Nora Me Donough In the evening there willI be a variety of amusements for those who wish to patronize them while a band will play on the lawn adding much to the brilliant scene A con cert of instrumental and vocal music under the management of a well known vocal quartet will be a star attraction Besides Mr Woltrlng the following gentlemen have offered their services for the evening Messrs M J Walsh Jno Hennessy Wm Con nelly Andrew Kast Ben Schleman Jno Coleman Thos Evans Ben Imorde M A Meyers Jno Score JosI Hund and Newman Hoertz BISHOP SPALDING Taken to the Sacred Heartfe Sanitarium at Mi- lwaukeeI Right Rev J L Spaldlng Bishop of Peoria was last Saturday received at the SacredfxHeart Sanitarium at Milwaukee for treatment it will be remembered that the venerable Bishop last year suffered a stroke of paralysis from which he is but iwly recovering Some months ago he visited relatives and spent several weeks In Kentucky and then appeared to be steadily Improving Since his return to Peoria however his condition underwent an unfavorable change and It was thought that he rest and treatment at the Sacred Heart Sanitarium would be of much benefit to him If the treatment proves as beneficial as is hoped Bishop Spalding will remain there for some time Rev Edward Boes of Pewee Valley Is also undergoing treatment at the same Institution OCONNOR IS COMINO T P OConnor member of Parlla ment and President of the United Irish League of Great Brltian will visit this country in September and attend the convention of the United Irish League of America He will ad dress meetings in Boston Philadelphia and Chicago and will tour Canada as the guest of Sir Thomas Shaughnessy President of the Cana dian Pacific Railway Company SISTER BADLY INJURED nA dispatch from Laporte Ind says that Sister Valeria Mother Superior at St Anthonys Hospital at Michigan City while attempting to start an elevator at the hospital from the cogswas probably fatally Injured by the1 catchdl 1 I the topof the cage Sister Valeria was well known throughout the State l and ttIB hoped ber iajuriee are no- soNrioueas t WM at jlret freddO C1 1 r SARATOGA otHibernians by Thousands As semble For the National Convention Papal Benediction Conferred by Eight Itev Monsignor McReady Appeals For Aid For Frisco Sufferers and Cottage Industries PRESIDENT DOLAN SUFFERS ATTACK Owing to delayed mails it is im possible this week to give all the news of the national convention of tho Ancient Order of Hebernlans now In session at Saratoga Springs Tues day morning tho clouds cleared away for the many thousands who lad gathered for the convention the only happening that marred the occasion being the sudden Illness of President James Dolan who was unable to be present at the mass or the opening exercises but in the evening there was a decided feeling of relief when tho attending physicians declared him out of danger The solemn high mass began at St Peters church at 10 oclock which was filled to the doors with hundreds unable to gain admission The sermon was preached by the Rev Dennis Moore of Utica and mass was celebrated by the Rev Father Barrett of Burlington State Chaplain of Vermont Father Moores subject was Irish Devotion to the Catholic Faith It was an Impressive sermon In which the benevolent work of the Ancient Order of Hibernians received special mention It was heard with deep Interest The Papal benediction was pro nounced by the Right Rev Mgr Mc Ready of New York City representa tive of the Most Rev John M Farley Archbishop of New York National Chaplain who Is now In Europe Convention hall was packed when the first big meeting of the week was assembled On the stage were dis tinguished members of the order from all over the United States and in the audience were thousands of Hibernians and their friends The great hall was lavishly decorated in green and bunt- Ing Welcome from tho Hibernians of Saratoga Springs was extended by Michael J Mulquccn President of Di vision No4 and Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements He as sured the visiting members that they were a thousand times welcome to the village He spoke of the pleasure of the Saratoglans in entertaining such a representative body and concluded with a wish that they might come again State President McNulty followed with an eloquent and hearty greeting and in closing he said Of the many patriotic societies that have arisen within the last four cen tunes none has compared in vitality and Influence with the Ancient Order of Hibernians From the ashes of Irelands defeat and ruin it rose Phoe nixlike defying the power of British tyranny and British torture Alone or with others It has fanned the smouldering fires of Irish patriotism into undying flames that shall burn with increasing splendor until Ire- lands Inheritance of land and liberty shall be restored and the longdelayed epitaph of her martyred son Robert Emmet shall be written Friends the village Is yours May this great national gathering of Unconquerable be productive of all that you would have It and your stay hero be as enjoyable and refreshing as a May day In Ireland were there no British lion prowling about Other speakers Included President James E Dolan of Syracuse Bishop McFaul of Trenton N J Prof Mono ghan of Washington DO and others After an adjournment the parade with many bands and thousands of marchers took place and was followed by a monster mass meeting and a grand ball in the armory at night Tho real business of the convention did not begin until Thursday when the various committees were ready to report Rev Father Caraher of California was present to make an appeal on behalf of the afflicted members of tho order In San Franclspo where they are 2000 strong The Irish industrial service the object of which is to promote cottage in dustries In Ireland will also have a strong word spoken In its behlf at the convention The Rev Father Michael OFlanagan of Roscommon who came to this county but a short time ago In I the Interests of the movement and who has received much encourage ment since he has been hero will speak before the convention The cottage industries movement is practically a new one having been organized but two years Lace making and rug making are the principal features that are being put forward ANOTHER OPINION Following the wellknown rule of law that courts will not Interfere with the government and rules of fraternal unions unless deception or fraud is shown Judge Howard Ferris of the Ohio Superior Court last Saturday handed down a decision refusing James A Ingram an Injunction against the National Union and Salmon P Chase Council No 467 National J- iJ urc t n he holding that there wa- ng to Justify equitable Interfer i The suit was brought by In for himself and others to enjoin reaslng of the dues of the or on to enjoin the officialsI verting money collected by as its on the table of rates for B and to enjoin them from ting to the general fund ollected Prow the benefit DY IN ROME W Fat Srlugh Will Spend ears In Eternal 1 s City RevdWlggSfohn McHugh of the Dominic order son of Patrick Mc Hugh Eleventh and Maple who has been here for the past two weeks will go to St Rose for a short visit nnd4 I In September will return to Washing ton D C Since his ordination Father McHugh has been pursuing a special course at the Dominican House bf Studies and 69 successful has he been that it has been decided to send him to Romo foil n higher course that will take at least two years The many Louisville friends of the young priest will be glad to know that the promise ho gave when a student at St Xavlers College in this city is being fully realized His course at Washington has attracted the atten tion of his superiors who have select ed him for the higher honors and it is expected he will take foremost rank In the great order of preachers Wedesday evening Father McHugh met a number of old friends at are ception in his honor at the home of Joseph McCarthy on Churchill street RECENT DEATHSw i The funeral 64 a Sullivan an aged member ojtj Hams church took place Tuesd Rev Denis Murphy conduclirices The deceased had beeS health for some time and dea expected Besides his wife sev children survive +Ruth Simmons the a gbter of Mr and Mrs Qouis T tiler sonvllle died Subday mv St Josephs Infirmary after nL an an operation for appendicitis le girl was nine years old and pupil at Cedar Grove Acade this city and was greatly belove teachers and pupils The fuuN place from the tiool chapel 2 morning at 10 oclock The death last Saturday night of Anastasia Hayden caused deep feell of regret among the wide circle of frien of this most estimable young women who was the possessor of numerous excellent traits of character She was She was the daughter of John and the late Mary Hayden and a niece of Mrs Mary Fogarty 715 West St Catherine street Her funeral took place Monday morning from St Lonis Bertrands with a solemn requiem mass for the repose of soulWalter J Couchman the eighteen yearold son of Mr and Mss James Couchman died Thursday afternoon at the family residence at Lynhurst Station He was a brother of Dr H J Couch man and had been a pupil previous to his illness of the Dotninican school where he was well regarded by his teach ers and playtrates The family have the heartfelt sympathy of their many friends during their sad hour of bereavement over the loss of their bright young con The funeral takes place from Holy Name church this morning at 0 oclock with a requiem mass offered for the repose cf his soul by Rev Father OConnor Joseph Kiefler a popular machinist employed in the Louisville Nashville shops died of appendicitisat Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Monday morning after an illness of only a few days Deceased was fortyfour years of age and with bis family came to this city from Bowling Green six years ago Besides his wife who was Miss Mary OConnor of Bowling Green he leaves six children Josesh Lawrence Fred Garnett Mary and Lillie Rose and a brother Louis Kieffer the well known cigarmaker The funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church Wednesday morning and was largely attended by relatives and his fellow workmen Father Raffo was the officiat ing priest and preached a splendid ser mon RETURNS FROM VACATION Jailer John R Pflanz and family re turnedWednesday from Russell Island where they had been spending their vacation Our popular Jailer says t- 1theywercly and would have remained lop his daughter was taken sudden WAS SAINTLY PRI ifNewse death of Rev Father Rudolf wtfasany years pastor of St Raphaels church at Connersvilles Ind He was one of the many priests who participated in the golden jubilee of Fajher Faller in New Albany and for several days was the guest of James MKeating on Portland fPromwent to Gethsemane and last Saturday returned to his charge in the best chealtb Sister M Verona lea the noted educator of Oldenburg is a sister Cl the deceased The news or his death will be a great shock to hu manyulendi in Indiana and Kentucky Tbfrfuneral took place yesterday morn leg io Conn ers vine and the interment Will est Oldenebure today 1 s PASSIONISTS Will Dedicate Their Monastery and Chapel on Sunday July 20 Provincial and Consultors of New Province Will Thou Be Named Event tong Looked For and Narks Beginning of a New Era I NOVITIATE FOR WESTERN PROVINCE On Sunday July 29 the magnificent and spacious new monastery of the Passlonlst Order on the Newburg road will be dedicated with impres sive and Imposing ceremonies that will doubtless be witnessed by an Immense gathering of Catholics and friends of tho holy fathers who con stitute this grand order ot missionary priests This Is an event which has been looked forward to with eager ex pectatlon because It will mark the be ginning of a new era in the life and work of the Passlonlst Order Since 1852 when the Passionlsts came to America all their houses have been united under one head and government with headquarters fit West Hoboken N J For many years their communities have been rapidly growing and spreading Westward The territory which the province covers Is very extensive and for years past has been found too largo for the Provincial to make regular visitations In a manner to satisfy the needs of every community Several houses of the order are very distinct from tho mother house In West Hoboken and necessitate a great deal of traveling Therefore at the regular Provincial Chapter which was held at Plttsburg in August last it was decided by the Capitular Fathers that the creation of a new province was a pressing need and they unanimously voted to petition he authorities in Rome to grant per scion to form another province em icing tho retreats of tho order in Mlsvllle St Louis Cincinnati St lit Kansas and Chicago these s to constitute the Western nce Tile request of the fathers met with tho approval of Rome and tho Su perlor General of the order has for warded the decrees creating the new province which will be known as the Province of tho Holy Cross These decrees will be promulgated on Sun day July 29 at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road when the new house will be dedicated by the Right Rev William George McCloskey the venerable Bishop of Louisville On that day also the retreat will be formally opened and a community of religious will take up their regular work which has been discontinued for some years awaiting the construction of the new home The Provincial and Consultors of the newly created province will also be then announced The mother house of the new province will be In St Louis where the Provincial will reside After the division of the province West Hoboken will be the mother house of the East ern province as formerly with Pitts berg as the novitiate forming together with Dunkirk Baltimore and Scranton the Eastern province of theI orderThe new building in Louisville will be one of the largest and best suited houses in the order for the wants of a Passion 1st community and will be used as the novitiate for the Western province where young men de sirous of embracing the religious life under the rule of St Paul of the Cross will make trial of thlr vocation before finally consecrating themselves to the distinctive work of the Passlonlst religious which Is the promotion in their own hearts and the hearts of tho faithful of devotion to the Sacred Pas sion of our Lord Jesus Christ pleasantlylocatedbut a short distance lifcttho terminus of either the Barre er avenue car lines Very Rev J In Vicar General of tb 1 a splendid pulpit orator ited and will deliver t4onz DELL t and Impressive cere ev Charles A Clever ursday consecrate the new Michaels church at Brad rrlson county fifteen miles west of New Albany The bell ghs 1400 pounds and its silver hries will be a useful acquisition in calling tho parishioners to worship Recently the church has been thor oughly repaired and repainted and a new and imposing spire added Quite a number of clergymen of nearby parishes will assist at the services MOURN HER DEATH The death of Mrs Catherine Strasael caused widespread sorrow in this city where she was known and respected for half a century She was a native of France coming to this country when four years old Her death was due to Infirmities Incident to old age butup to the last she retained all her faculties Mrs Strauel was the wife of Balthaser Strauel who survives her and the mother of Bdward e George Frank and Misses Katie and Jennie Strassel Her funeral took place Monday morning from St Boni face church after which tho remains were tenderly laid to rest In St Michaels cemetery the pallbearers being Jacob Strassel J P McGinn John Strassel Eugene Klensle Ben nett Strassel and Irvin Kissell CARDINAL mORAN Most Illustrious Irish Church man Historian and Patriot A member of the Australian Par liament J Meagher of Sydney ba I been In London on a visit and h I saysI suppose we may claim to have 1In Australia the most Illustrious of liv ing Irishmen Cardinal Moran a churchman u historian and a patriot His influence In the Southern Heml sphere is Immeasurable It is felt IIn every walk of life I believe the fu ture historian will bear me out that only for the Cardinal the Australian States would not be federated tola f When federation was purely a debate ing society question a conference was held in Bathurst The Cardinal at tended and he delivered a speech which thrilled the whole continent From that hour the federal movement began In real earnest and the Cardinal was the center figure Sir Henry Parkes who an enemy of Catholics acknowledged In the House of Par liament the greatness of his eminences services and the late Federal Prime Minister Sir Sdmund Barton declared that history would award the honors of the achievement to tho great prelate The Cardinal Is not only a leader in religious but In secular matters His people look to him for guidance on all questions The Min ister of Works has often acknowledged that next to the State the Cardinal is the greatest builder and the largest employer of labor in Australia The Commissioners of Education recently said that his eminence is one of the few men in Australia who have a cor rect grasp of the educational require ments of tho people He gives a lead to the State authorities and at the last St Patricks day celebration he achieved a great triumph by a schools industrial exhibition of huge dimen sions and workmanship in tho arts and crafts The Cardinal realized that the fact of the Irish people not having an opportunity to learn trades in the past was one of the great drawbacks and that we live lnthejiggjf skilled llabor So he hasTrought technicall education Into the schools Cultivation of Irish patriotism in the schools is another of the aims of the Cardinals life and in all the Irish celebrations the children are given the place of honor At the St Patricks day celebration In Sydney this year he had over six thousand children formed In to a living shamrock on tho grounds each waving a green flag and singing national songs He has organized u Home Rule tribute proposing that by a systematic collection the Irish party should be subsidized to the extent of 20000 a year and of that he guar antees 22000 The Cardinal Is now In his seventysixth year but ho Is as vigorous and straight as a man of forty VINCENTIANS Will Make Their Annual HolyI Communion Tomorrow Morning Tomorrow morning there will be a notable scene at St Vincent do Pauls church on Shelby street when the Louisville conferences of the St Vincent do Paul Society make their annual visitation and receive holy com munion For some weeks the pastor Rev Father Thome and tho men and women of his parish have been arrang ing for this occasion and the recep tion prepared will be in tho nature of an agreeable surprise for tho Yin centlans Father Thome has said he will be disappointed if there are not over 900 men present to receive the blessed sacrament The St Vincent de Paul Society Is the greatest lay charity organization in tho Catholic Church and it is gratifying to local Catholics to know that Louisville stands In the front rank in this country both as to numerical strength and the amount of charitable work performed Under tho leadership of President James Campbell and Secretary John Doyle and directed by Rev Father Rock the society can not but grow and Increase in usefulness Every member should make special effort to be In the ranks tomorrow morning The mass will be at 730 oclock and in the afternoon at 3 oclock there will be a general meeting in St Francis Hall at the Cathedral when Rev Father George W Schuhmann D D will deliver the principal ad dress This will also be a great meet Ing and will surpass any yet held ASSURED SUCCESS An entertainment for the benefit of St Williams church will be held In tho school ball Thirteenth and Wil son avenue next Wednesday evening The advance sale of tickets gives promise of a recordbreaking at tendance ELECTED DELEGATES Branch 642 this week elected Messrs Harry A Veeneman and Joseph P McGinn as its representatives to the State convention to be held at Cov Ington Both have had much ex perience and will render a good account of themselves n PROGRESS a Manifest Everywhere in Catholic Church and School Building Father Fitzgorald0 Handsome Edifice to Bo Dedicated August T J heartsSchooleBuildings ANOTHER NEW CHURCH PREDICTED That tho Catholics of Louisville are abreast of tho times was never more manifest than at the present time First there is the Sacred Heart Re treat Just completed on the Newburg road and then comes the new and handsome church of St Leo In High land Park erected through the efforts of tho Rev Father Fitzgerald who has labored night and day this summer for its completion St Leos is not a big church but will be found plenty large enough for the needs of the con gregation for quite a time to come having a seating capacity of several hundred The dedicatory exercises will take place on Sunday August 5 when all are cordially Invited to be present Last Saturday the drawing of prizes on combination book took place and resulted as follows Ansonla clock won by ticket 3729 Ten dollars In gold 4614 Willow rocker 900 Five dollars In gold 3183 Years subscription to Glaubensbote 5022 Ladys hat 4853 Five dollars In gold 4550 Edison phonograph 3583 i Twentyfive bushels coal 1670 Five dollars in gold 4014 Gold rosary 3154 Kentucky Irish American two years 5032Holders of tho above numbered tickets are requested to present them before August 10 and rep prizesSt Josephs church on Washings street Is pushing the work on Its second tower which will give that edifice an Imposing appearance- In furtherance of the work under taken by the Rev George A Weiss of St Georges church Eighteenth and Standard avenue the members of that congregation have arranged to give a lawn fete and drawing on the church grounde on the evening of Tuesday and Wednesday July 24 and 25 for the benefit of the church building fund The members of this parish have labored so well within the past year that something over 1500 has been set aside for this purpose and they hope that it will not be many years before active steps can be taken In erecting a suitable building for the everIncreasing congregation With the beginning of the school term la September three teachers will be em ployed for which an addition Is being built to the school The combination drawing will take place at the close of tho festival when eighteen valuable prizes will be awarded Workmen are now putting up the large addition to the Sacred Heart parochial school which it is hoped to have ready for occupancy for the opening of the fall term This was In deed a needed improvement and the parents of the children In the parish commend Father Walsh for his un dertaking The Improvements will consist of a now front containing sour large rooms which will give ample space for the Introduction of a corn mercial course in addition to the eight grades now being taught This Is one of the large schools In the city and when completed will be equipped with every modern and sanitary con venienceIn to tho foregoing it Is expected that two other churches wllr be soon erected one of which will b for the colored people Lesser IIp provements are being made In many quarters and many Catholics are hardly aware of all that Is going on in their midst The Building Association of St Cecilias Is also advancing steadily and it Is the earnest hope of the people of St Charles parish that they too may be permitted to erect anew and more suitable house for Gods worshiprI VISITS COAST Col James L Hackett the TH known distiller of this city who Is J the West looking after his mining iji terests which are located at Plocbe Nev spent last week In Salt Lak City from whence ho wont tot1Pacific coast on a business trip Coll Hackett and Graeme McGowan hav an Immense warehouse in San Fra cisco where they store a large amou of their Greenbrler and R B Hayde whisky FESTIVAL AND MINSTRELS Trinity Council will give a fall festival and bazaar In their hall beginning Monday September 24 and continuing one week to be followed by their annual minstrel show at Macauleyfl Theater tb ret week iOctober ephAjbeen chosen as Cha mlttee with Jero Secretary j Lir q 1 I Y iia- ENTUCKY IRISH AJERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftM and Social Advancement of all Irish Americaaa l Yoiecl to the Moral KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS MBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER VBAH SINGLE COPY 5c r Bntcrad at the Loplavltiel PostofflcA sa SecondCUs Matter J tddltMsIl Co nmankatlone tithe KENTUCKY IRISH AMBRICANJZ6 West Green Street TRAOES u9El COUNCIL r LOUISVILLE KlSATURDAY JULY 211906 CATHOLIC MOTHERS The Chicago American of last Sunday pleading for the erection zof monuments to women as well amen s pays the following deserved and beautiful tribute to Catholi- ff motherhoodTo immortal glory of the Catholic Church it must be said that that ancient religion has splen y didly championed the glory and the sacredness of motherhood Under the direction of that fail h beetnllhn taught to look up to the mothe- who gave a Saviour to this world There is an example for all men for all religions and for all teach ings What is the most splendid force conceivable Is it not the power of creation Think of the man who in your estimation is the great est that ever lived and worked upon the earth And then think of him at his birth helpless in the arms off his mother As you see him lying there you- depends know how absolutely he upon that mother and how absolutely the world depends upon I her for the work that he is to do Does it seem possible that he should grow become strong and that the world should turn away from the- forget woman that created him her put her aside Recog nition of the dignity of motherhood of the fact that the sonsI work is the mothers work primar d not Longer be delayed SENSIBLE QUEEN Following the interview grantedl r by the Pope to a Vienna journalist in which the Pontiff gave freely his opinion on womens relations to society the Dowager Queen Margerita of Italy has with equal freedom expressed her opinion o the same subject to a correspondent of a London publication I am absolutely opposed to any extravagant theories of what iis called the emancipation women said Queen Margerita In what ever condition of life a voman may be placed continued Her Maj esty her first duty is the nega tive one of not giving up the qualities that distinguish her sex Poor or rich high or low a woman rshould be so educated as to contribute to her own needs an- re l heqr f family She should not associate shoutunreservedly dl she meddle in politics as the wordl is broadly understood HIGHER IDEALS The folly of too much fashion iisI k everywhere so apparent that many thoughtful women are giving serous attention to the subject One of the best articles that hasI come under our notice is from the pen of Mrs Nora T OMahoney in faroff Australia who in a plea for higher ideals for Catholic glen has this to say t A glance through the fashiol- Jlers which of late years have become so numerous that one won dais how they all find readers is it die fashion papers keep up the fashions or vice versaIs enough to deter all but the most courage pusipt men from venturing on mat rimony The pages and pages of advertisements aloneof racing gowns and bridge gowns and bait gowns of hats and corsets coats and lingerie of the daintiest and efcpetisive and most perishable sorts hotVto jnention otbeV less- stiff1Bhtf and aids to beauty derv and hair dyes is andtonpetsantlcretsof ey not ono stamp the entire sex with the marks of frivolity and extrava gance of vanity and deception and insincerity with which some wom anhaters like to brand them paperscone begins to realize the wisdom of those old laws which forbade the use of certain fine textures and colorings to all save those of the most exalted rank Would it not be well if we women could make up our minds to forego these useless accessories to adopt a sensible everyday costume or uniform for needrnot necessarily be an ugly one any more than the dress of the dairy maid or the hooded cloak and short petticoat of the Connemara peasant is ugly It would at least wearyling dressing it would free our minds from the hopeless aud useless prob lem of trying to follow the fash ions and would give us more time and more money to spend on better and wiser things Henderson has made generous preparation for the entertainment of the Kentucky State Guard who will spend three weeks there in encampment While the encamp ment gives every promise of being filled with valuable instruction and practical experience on the com pany battalion and regimental drill grounds and the target range and with no lack of diversion when the days work is done it is to be hoped that the young men constituting this body will behave themselves better than heretofore and thereby elevate the standing of this arm of the State Government The National Catholic Educa isnconvention at Cleveland last Thurs day recommended wider and more extensive reading of the Scriptures in parochial schools and its action has been construed in some quarters as a radical departure from established policy This is a great mistake as nowhere has the study of the Bible and catechism been given as much attention as in the Catholic parochial school More small parks are needed for Louisville and the General Coun dcil should make the necessary appropriation for the purchase of the Caldwell property on Shelby street The land can be secured for a moderate price and it is the duty of the city government to pro vide a park for the people of that section of Louisville They are taxpayers and entitled to the same consideration as those who live in the wealthier districts William J Bryan has been spending the latter part of this week in Ireland making special visits to Belfast Cork and Dublin We venture to say the British Gov ernment will not receive praise for theuGreen Isle FESTIVAL AND CONCERt The colored people of St Augustines congregation will soon give a concert and festival forthe benefit of that church Father Felton being in great need of funds to carry on his noble work and maintain ills splendid parochial school The singing at St ugnjtinea is always an enjoyable feature and this affair should draw a large crowd CATHOLIC VETERANS There are 616 Catholic veteraus in the State Soldiers home at Marion lndj the total number being 2200 Then tional home at Dayton O has 5000 In mates and nearly 1200 of them are Catholics The national home at Mil waukeei Wis has 2200 members 900 of whom are Catholic ill Il1 apparent from these fignrw thatt tn re ware a Urge Uliledii w9r r1rw ii fwwww9w s1w i91+ a- Miss I SOCIETY Josephine OConnell has gone to Mammoth Cave Miss Mary Mannlon will spend her vacation at Wequetonsing Tim Kenney of Jeffersonville left Monday to spend a few weeks at Lock port Ky II Miss Josephine Keneally has been having a delightful visit with friends at Jericho Miss Emily OBrien has been visit ing at Lebanon the guest of Miss Kathryn Putman Mrs W H Kaiser and Mrs W G Seller leave Monday to spend ten days at Hardin Springs Miss Kittle McSweeney of 2614 West Walnut street is spending a month In Canada Miss Fannie Canty has gdne to Milers Springs and New Haven for a stay of two weeks Miss Sophia Murphy of South Louisville Is spending a few weeks with relatives at Corbin Misses Edith and Anna Malone are at Bayvlew Mich where they will spend the summer Miss Lizzie Mallon left Monday for the East Including a stay of two weeks ut Atlantic City Frank Mcixsel Is at Grayson Springs where ho will spend several weeks with a party of friends Henry Meschendorf and wife and Miss Ellso Meschendorf left Monday for French Lick Springs C J OConnor and wife and E L OBrien have been spending an en joyable week at West Baden Mrs John B Murphy and daughter Miss Mary will leave net week for Plttsburg and Niagara Falls Miss Stella Simms of Springfield has been here as tho guest of Miss Mattingly on Cherokee road Judge John McCann and daughter Miss Ada leave today for a two weeks sojourn at French Lick Springs Miss Alice Schaulle went with a party of friends on a trip up the Ken tucky river the first of the week Miss Inez Gleeson of 2507 West Broadway is the guest of her cousin Miss Wilma Leonard in Chicago Misses Edith Newman and Rhoda Carey enjoyed a pleasant visit with Miss Olive Talbott at Bardstown daughterElizabeth summer mouths at Bay View Mich r Mrs Mary Reagan of Portland her niece Miss Pearl Boylejs- pending two weeks at West Bad Mrs Lula Grady of South jt rqCThomas Little Misses Louise Fowler and Nellie Mcllvalnoy spent last week at Lebanon visiting Miss Catherine Barr The many Jeffersonvllle friends of Miss Mary Donahue will regret to learn that she has moved to Ellwood Ind Mr and Mrs W C Bradley of Newport have returned home after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives here Misses Alice and Alma Welssen of Niles Mich have returned home after a months visit with friends and rela tives George Kautt and wife and daugh ter of the Highlands are enjoying a three weeks visit at Mt Clemens Mich Mrs Michael Klerce and daughter I Nellie of Evansvllle are here the guests of James J Drown and M J Gavin I Mrs Charles OConnor and daugh ter of South Louisville have returned home from a visit to relatives In New Albany Al Colb and family leave Monday for a two weeks trip to Norfolk Old Point Comfort and other points in VirginiaJohn T Murphy of 1227 East Broad way Is at Martinsvllle and will spend a week at French Lick before return ing home Miss Mli R Campbell of West Jefferson 4 who Is visiting friends at Lean nd will arrive home next yf- Mrs TeMontgomeryAla is here her mother Mrs Gather 502 Twen tyslxth otreet Mrs Henry Wh Lena Combs are home wn where they visited t r H D Rodman t Misses Elizabeth and i Intyre of 2500 St Cecilia spending the summer with M relatives at Lebanon v Lawrence Andrlott and wife are Joking over another addition to thelr7 family the newcomer being a pretty and healthy little girl Miss Mollle Collins left Monday for New York and on Thursday sailed for Europe During her absence she will visit Sweden Norway and Paris 4 Misses Mary Connors of this city and Mary Kenney of Jeffersonvllle left yesterday for an extended visit to relatives In Henry county this State Little Miss Margaret Higgins Is SouthernHellhtsMlseee Helen Osborne tMargleJ Sheridan i Mrs X Doyle and Miss Mary Doyle returned the Ant of the week to their I home on the Cherokee road after a pleasing trip to Bowling Green and Evansville Miss Mayme Connolly qf Price Hill Cincinnati returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit to her cousins Misses Anna arid Iargaret Connelly in Jeffersonvllle Mrs Emma Kelly of Memphis Tenn who was the guest of Mrs Sarah Kelly In Jeffersonville was recipient of much attention in i circles this week iMr and Mrs John T Oetk New Albany entertained atfriends Sunday evening Inh John Cook and Miss Isati yi Ardeen of Evansville Ind j l Miss Julia Lawler tho f daughter of Capt Mike Lai 1 West Broadway Is visiting t Mrs John Durst at Nlta Yj Se and will not return until Thomas Bachman an p u s Andriot well known t of Mackin Council are C home this evening from Ct pnac where they have been fe t ton days JiWilliam OMara a fi4fin drug gist of Monon Ind lefttytof home Wednesday after a ten days visit here to his cousins Magistrate Sul livan Mrs Martin King and John J SullivanThe sweetest music that Paull Filcher has yet heard Is being fur nished by a pretty little girl that has just arrived at his home 1502 Chero kee road Ask him about this and see him smile Mrs Katherine Bosler Mrs Theo Reverman Miss Rena Eckert an Masters Edward Raymond and Nicholas Bosler compose a jolly party tljat left Tuesday for a two weeks trip to Estill Springs Mrs Jack Murphy and daughter Miss Mine who have been visiting Mrs Murphys parents Mr and Mrs Lawrence Richardson on Second street leave today for their home iin Germantown Pa Misses Eulalie and Elsie Cullen who have been spending a vacation wit their father Thomas Cullen of the Louisville Nashville returned this week to the 3MHd Heart Academy where they aii ichool lIl Mrs John fP and Mrs M T McIntyre o nah arrived last week toyi 15 brother Thomas P CullenJ rd street Mrs John Mclntyre ito return South with her dau rlho graduated at thei Sacred ademy as soon as sh i returnal R trip to Jasper Ind rllTY YEARS Ii ejRev James W Smith Served at Gods Altar orrow the Rev James Wc i of St Patricks church In Cov ton will celebrate his ruby Jubl KL the fortieth anniversary of his Jrdlnation to the holy priesthood A feblemn high mass will be celebrated by the Jubllarlan at 10 oclock as sisted by his lifelong friend Rev James McNerney of Newport as deacon Rev William Ryan who wasI ordained from his parish as subdea con and Rev Thomas Coleman asI master of ceremonies Rev Father James L Gorey Chancellor of the Covington diocese will deliver the ser mon Father Smith was ordained 1 Covlngton by the Right Rev Bishop Carroll the first Bishop of that diocese His whole life has been devoted to the spiritual welfare of hisI people who constitute one of the strongest and most devout parishes iIn Kentucky MOSCOW Pyrotechnical and Military Spectacle Jor Jockey Club Park The great pyrotechnic and scenic production entitled Moscow her aided as the biggest and most com plete amusement success of the sea son comes to the Jockey Club Park on Monday for an engagement of two weeks Moscow gives an excellent opportunity for the Introduction of several surprising innovations brit pant costuming Russian military pomp immense scenic environments and beautiful and unusual ballets Many attempts have been made to exploit fireworks spectacles but Gregory it is claimed has mastered the situation and his pyrotechnlcal production with Its gorgeous and astounding mountings Is declared to be the largest and most perfect out door spectacular attraction ever at temptedManager Wlnn who made a special trip to Grand Rapids to see the production before closing the contract said that Moscow came fully up to his expectations that it was one of the most picturesque and Interesting spectacles he had ever seen and the equal of any in the country in magni tude CHANGE FOR PICNIC Icnlc to be given soon for St church will be held on the surrounding St Vincents j at Crescent Hill Rev Connor and his people are g extensive arrangements for this event and promise many Interest ing attractions and amusements for those who attend They look for a great Catholic outpouring from all parts of the city- VISITS His MOTHER 1John Thornton a former wellknown resident of New Albany has returned to that city and Is spending his vaca tion with his mother Mrs Michael Thornton 21 East Fourth street and other relatives HU home is now at Belleville 111 where he has risen step by step until hete now Superintendent if one of the important departments In the larjw glass factory at that piece ul tfo KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSl I Late News That Will Interest Here and Else- whereIIMembers The minimum initiation fee of the order has been raised to 10 Itf entrees Mo hue a new council it irts off with B chatter membership of fy f Missouri has instituted still another council Springfield having the three degrees conferred last Sunday weekI Instead of the memorial services heretofore oonducted by subordinate councils a memorial mass will be celebrated on February 22- Michigan Knights are to rai e 5000 annually for the purpose of providing tuition for fifty deserving young men for the priesthood The rapid growth of the order con tlnues new councils having recently been organized in Indiana Michigan Nebraska Pennsylvania and Wisconsin Conuectiul has added another strong and promising council to its already large list This was done at New Hart ford and after the installation of officers the Knights adjourned to the Greenwood Inn where they heM a banquet Atlantic City Council invites every Stateslto participate in the embarkation dayIcelebration of 1000 August 4 ands Atlantic City is the mecca of thousands of Knights at that season of the year there is no doubt bnt that the festivities tlwill be on a grand scale The Knights of Huntsville Ala held a flag raising and barbecue and a magnif icent silk flag was presented to the city An address on Our Country was de livered by the Rev Father Francis Doyle of Mobile The flag was accepted on behalf of the city by Mayor Thomas W Smith There was a big crowd present The opening last week of the Catholic Summer Schools at Cliff Haven was largely attended by Knights from the prngrammehbad been arranged including add rewes by the Right Rtv Mgr Joseph Conroy of Ogdensbnrjz the Rev D J OSullivan of St Albans a member of the Vermont Legislature who is famous as the ouly priest holding a like position in America and the Rev M G Flannery of Brook lyn Socially the event of the weekwas the reception and ball tendered the visit ing Knights and their friends Wednesday ClubeHINTS ON STYLE Brown blue and green chiffon veils are all fashionable and much used for traveling purposes The girdle skirt Is thenovelty of the hour and there is not the least doubt of its being a prime favorite Mohair suits for travelers are ex tremely pretty In the new materials and are made up very smartly in tailored coat and skirt style Infants dresses with yokes or shir red In yoke outline prevail and for the little man of the famly there is the always popular sailor suit Many of the prettiest dresses are cut low to display filmy lace and em broidery and therefore chemisettes of every sort have gained a rare new importanceNo outfit Is regarded complete without a sweater but it should mostnpopular and becoming color for all around service Dark silk blouses of thin India or China sUIt are very servlcable for traveling and are often more practic able than the cool white blouse which is opt to show soil rather quickv Since last March polka dots have been struggling for recognition and this summer they have succeeded all sorts being now worn from the em broidered muslins and linens down to the least expensive batiste The craze for untrimmed or little trimmed hats is growing at summer resorts as the season advances One of the smartest shapes has a wide brim that rolls at the front and droops at the back a black velvet ribbon re lieving the high crown Lace chemisettes are more popular than ever the newest being those of princess lace In its finest most deli cate form and plenty of Irish crochet r principally the lighter finer kind known as baby IrishIs used as chemisettes for some stunning gowns CHILDRENS READING Many mothers tan to recognize the importance of carefully supervising their childrens reading They seem to forget that properly selected food for the brain Is as necessary as suitable nourishment for the body If from the beginning only the best books are put Into the childs hands a taste for the best will be cultivated which will stand him In good stead through life Later when he is left free to browso for himself In libraries stocked with all sorts of conditions of books ho will naturally select the good from J purposesinthe cultivation of good taste in litera ture and the accumulation of knowledge The wise mother knows that they are the greatest allies in cultivat ing patriotism In quickening the imagination and In developing humor She also realizes that she can make her child strong morally by means of stories auJn no other way BABYS NERVES One cannot be too careful about shielding Infants from all excitement At their tender age the brain Is most susceptible and dangerous Impres alone may be made which time will not erase One should avoid telling young children such stories as Jack toentertainIt Is not an uncommon thing that children are frightened Into nervous 5affctlonsdance = GOOD SOUP One plot of tomatoes boiled soft 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woralag ffIHto 1230 oclock W 1U iJ T 1 IRELAND I Record of the Host Important of I the Recent Event Culled1 1From Exchanges I Exchanges intimate Mr prospects tor the crops all round and fhx promises to be good i Headford Castle at Tuam built at a cst of 35000 has been entirely destroyed by fire I The total output of coal in Ireland last year was only 00335 tons of which 77241 wee anthracite The steam sawmills of McKee i McNally at Dungannon County Tyrone were completely destroyed by fire In the election of a Bishop for the See of Kilmore the Very Rev P Finnegan of Templemore was placed digniisimus Arrangements here ben completed for the immediate starting of a brick tile and pipe manufactory at Collooney County Sligo Among the competitors at theAbbey feale aeridbeacht was Daniel Tobin aged ninety seven of Brosno County Kerry whose performance was loudly applauded- At the June meeting of the Athlone Technical Instruction Committee Rev Dean Kelly presiding it was decided to start a trade preparatory school in the town At a largely attended and influential meeting held in Brackna Kicgs county branches of the United Irish League for both that district and Clonbullogue were establishedThe body of a man believed to he Cornelius OReilly a native of Cavan and a clerk formerly employed in Dub lin was found underneath the cliffs at the Giants Causeway Efforts have been under way for the establishment of a branch of the United League at Castleblaney and a meeting for that purpose was called for lest Sun day with favorable prospects An injunction against the tenants of the Woodruffe estate in the County Waterford was granted by Justice Ross directing them to refrain from cutting turf on a certain mountain on the prop ertyW J McCaw who was defeated by the late P C Doogan in the lust election was selected to again contest East Tyrone in the Unionist interest Thomas Kettle has been selected as the Nationalist can didate Mrs Mary OHare who resided at the famous Dolly Brae in South Down Zied recently at the age of 110 years And in the eastern portion of the county near Crossgar Mrs Dorman died a few days ego at the age of 104 Much regret was occasioned through out Faughart and Bridge a crin when the news spread that Denis McArdle was no more He was an intelligent member of the farming community and popular with all who knew him The Ardee Board of Guardians condemned in the strongest manner the action of the Earl of Dartrey in evicting Michael Duffy of Rooditowu who has been under rack rent for the last thirty years James Ward who was found guilty by a special jury of having published sedi tious libels against the Government by advocating antienlistment in the British army has been released from Castlebar prison Judge Andrews sentenced him to nine months imprisonment six of which had bren served Last week summonses were served on about forty young men in the town of Loughrea who took active nart in the Word eviction campaign the charges preferred against them by the police being in the main disorderly conduct In the evening a conference of townspeople was held and a decision arrived at that no fine would be paid or any under taking of any description given to Mag istrates Later a uumber of constables were detailed to recall the summonses and inform the accused that they might not trouble going to conrt as the charges against them had been withdrawn News reached Athlone last week of an extraordinary end alarming occurrence in the village of Bally cumber Close by is the extensive bog of Leabeg portion of the bog of Allen Two weeks a num ber of people were working in the bog when suddenly it began to heave and then split up with a loud noise The upheaval left about four acres of the bog rent and torn in all directions but fortunately no one was hurt On visiting the place it was found that water beneath the peat bad sprung up in several places The cause of the occurrence can not be conjectured as there were no heavy rains recently to raise the water and such a tblngas an upheaval was hitherto unknown MACKIN COUNCIL MacMn Connell had little business of Importance to consider Tuesday night but there was a fine attendance to bear the laddressea of Thomas D Clines and SamueUtobertfion after which ensued a lively and Interesting debate In which many took part and tested the parliamentary ability of the presiding officer President Raidy an nounced that Dr AJDIwt one of the ablest orators la the organization would address the members on Tu4s day nfcht July aOjt1 o f COMING Jockey Club Park July 23 to Aug 4- GREGORYS GREATER FIREWORKS SPECT- ACLEMOSCOW 200 Performers Beautiful Ballets Cossack Dances Many Big Specialty Acts in con junction with GregorysY 10001 Nightlyi YY- Dis R RrAdmission Grand Stand 50c Club House 75o Box Seats 100 FONTAINE FERRY PARx TInt PARK BEAUTIFUV WEEK OF JULY 22 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Ielnm Grand Opera Trio Paul Kleist Brothers Damm Ed LaVine The Kinedrome and Other Big Acts COOKS BANDTwo Free Concerts Dally at 2 and 730 oclock SKATING CONTEST Every night ending with grand contest for gold medal Saturday Evening 30 AMUSEMENT DEVICES 30 Something new added every week ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics SocialsI Outings RreatJyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts All the new Summer styles earl shapes can be found here at reasonable prices lave Your Prescription Filled InI TORIC LESSES Mounted with Southern Optical Co tye glau clamp They do not slip or irritate tile nose Southern Optical Co + of Ipuin9lleKy Inc Wboltsale and Manufacturing Opticians Third sad Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOK INVISIBMJr BIFOCAL for Kentucky CONVENTIONS During the month ot August three great Catholic organizations will hold national conventions the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America meeting at Providence the Catholic Young Mens National TJnjon at New York City and the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union of America at Scranton The American Federation ot Catholic Societies will close its ses alone at Bufalo on August 1 CLERGY AT SPRINGS Revs J A OGrady ot this city who has been in poor health for some time was among those registered last week at West Baden Others at the same resort In search rot rStand recrea tion ware the Rev Father JT Gal lagher of Cincinnati tSecretary to Archbishop Moeller John F Hlckey and F A Gallagher also of Cihcln DatI 1 IHIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing i the Put WeekUencral- News Notes Division 1will hold its regular meeting Tuesday evning Fall River will witness the largest gathering of delegates that ever attended a Massachusetts State convention Division 4 will meet Wednesday even ing and will probably have a complete report of the sale of picnic tickets Two hundred and fifty delegates will attend the Connecticut State convention to be held at New Britain August 22 and 23 The Milwaukee Auxilhry entertained a number of ladies from Brocton Mas who were attending the convention of boot and shoe workers recently held in Milwaukee Miss E tella McKinney State President of the Ohio Ladles Auxiliary was the winner of the trip to Europe in the Dayton Heralds contest for the most popular school teacher The Ancient order of Chicago is hold ins its annual picnic today at Oswalds Grove Medals will be awarded the oldest member and for the largest family on the grounds The Hibernians in the vicinity of Saratoga have been most active recently B sides adding to the membership of their own division they have organized new ones wherever possible Pennsylvania Hibernians have started a movement for the erection cf a mon ument to the memory of Michael Davitt to be erected in Scranton They will try to enlist all the divisions of the country in the movement Division 14 of Providence recently bestowed the four degree honors upon a class of twenty candidates The work called forth hearty approbation from the members of the other divisions and three companies who were present A correspondent writes that if the Irish In New York City were as earnest in their desire to see all worthy members of the race in our ancient and time honored organization the membership for the Empire State would be uearer 60000 than its present membership of 14000 St Louis Hibernians have subscibed 4600 for the improvement of their headquarters ou Finney avenue Addi lions are to be built in front and at the rear the seating capacity of the audi Corium is to be increased to 2400 a gymnasium and handball court equipped and offices fitted up One of the largest and most important meetings ever held by the order in Cbel sea took place when Division 10 held a reception to the county officers and formally opened a new library The library is built cbltfly on historical and literary lines and is tbe latest acquisition of the division which is in excellent numerical and financial standing owning all the property now in its headquarters Division 7 of Syracuse has arranged a hall game between its member and the Knights of Columbus for the annual reunion which takes place August 2 There will also be contests between St Patricks and St Cecilias parishes and Father Donahue will distribute the prizes National President Dolan will deliver an address and effort is being made to have John Flanagan champion weight thrower of the world give an exhibition that day Tae Hibernians certainly do things right in Pittsburg Over 25000 people attended tbe recent annual reunion at Plttsbnrg when an elaborate programme consisting of sixteen sporting events jjigs merry four eight hand reels quadrilles oratory and other attractions was carried ontoIn the tug ot war contest the McKeesport division won tbe John Newell trophy a magnificent gold cup valued at 1500 Late In the afternoon the great assemblage listened to addresses delivered by Dr M F Creaven Rev Maurice McCarthy John T Keating and Father John Price HOTTEST PLACE ON EARTH The hottest place on earth is said to be one of the Aval islands which cov era fairly extensive area of the Per sian gulf lying off the southwest coast of Persia It Is the largest of them whlph enjoys the doubtful distinction of leading all perspiring competitors in the matter of heat The mean temperature of Bahrein for tbe entire year Is 99 degrees July August and September are unendurable save for the natives Night after night as mid night comes the thermometer shows 100 degrees I3y seven in the morning It is 107 degrees or 108 degrees and by three In the afternoon 140 degrees SOUND ADVICE Here la a minister who appreciates the editor At a recent editorial con vention he offered the following toast To save an editor tram starvation take his paper and pay for it promptly To save him tram bankruptcy advertise In his paper liberally To save him from despair send him every Item of pews of which you can get hold To save him from profanity write your correspondence plainly on ono side of the street and send it in as ear pllstake only cues who never made mistakes Newspaper readers woulddp well to perfectjeorler TOM FEHE INCORPORATED BREWING 60 J Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN Si ACKERMAN BRE 2 ING COlWPANY a INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUr VILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and bopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely agad I TELEPHONE Itil sp Louisviiie Jtsrancn Fourteenth ana jcnerson Sis+ a ICumb Phone Main 1913 Home Pli THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS J 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 OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY t r CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN R FRANK VVALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY MOLD DEALER IX Staple andd Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty nome Phaoe 4330 540 Wi WALNUT C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Firth and Green Streets Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty wm U f LOUIS WABNITZ CO a Prftprfytorsr 339 FIFTH STREET KATIE AGNES SMITH trIndependent of all Undertaken EMBALMEDWashingphil titans specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All csu answered promptly day or night Ho phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St AN IDIQiAI VACATION TRITO Yellowstone Park PERSONALLY CONDUCTED SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY ITINERARY OF TRIP CreikGardeaRoyalGorgeLateCityiuwonderfuYELLOWSTONE i TRIhBzpenseof of conaidereimbed ealh25tfForLAGHBR 1W7 Barre F V NTUOKY IRISH A1ICRIOAN l 5- LaoOo THE BIG STORES End of Seasons Slaughter Sale Crowds Crowds Tremendous Crowds Pleased Crowds- De one the pleased and attend this sale of c 44CLOTHING HATS FURNISHINGSAND I Iv ITHE BIG STORE9 M ILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII I S + + + + + The Ghk ft Rogers BOOK GO 1+ PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE f+ t Give us a cat and inspect our line of goods They are the C rfinestof their kind in the city OT i BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES I+6 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w Jefierson Street b 5 LLLL f f f f f f f t f r t 1 I I 11 I IIHIH 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 111 MAIN P HANDSOME PREMIUMS WITH OUR BLEND COFFEE 44plece Tea Set with 60 Ibs 100 piece Dinner Set 140 lbs Rocking Chair with 50 Ibs 10pleci Toilet Set with 60 Ibs Try a pound of this coffee at SO Ifyou find It food recommend It to your friends and take their orders for a few pounds of it JJvery order you send in will be credited to you and when have sent us orders for the required amount the be delivered to you MULLOYCOFFEE a YOllII aiIr W MAI2lKI JL JL tMemo Phone 1313 I- C Hill 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h4I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1IiIIIItIIIIIIIII N III 11 1 1 1 Bl tM1 1 M1 i IH 11 HH 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 Jr1 I THE NORTON COFFEE COof IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main +1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 11 Jo1 HIMHK1 1 1 I 1 H 1 ill 101 1010 1 1 1 1 1 1 111001 OTOU Want to Save SIOO On a Piano i THEN ATTEND OUR TEN DAYS SALE Duringthis sale prices on every make Piano we handle will be cut good and deep offering you a chance to secure Hlgb Grade Pianos at prices that will astonish you 1 We have 110 warehouse since ours burned Sun day to store the new pianos arriving daily- We are crowded to the doors and must make room for those that are coming in This sale is bona fide in every respect and if you will come to our store and see what shape we are in for space you will raedlly see that what we say is true Visit the Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country MONTENEGROaRIEtlM MUSIC CO OCB8OOO FOURTH AVENUE SM3 K t- iF i wiREAND IRON FENCES tWINDOW GUARDS SETTEES FLOWES STANDS POULTRY NETTING ETC DOW WIRE AND IRON WORKS 1 2 Office and Factory Franklin cad Buchanan SL Salesroom 730 W Market St 4unnEducates I AND 8TRBBT5 BAN VON PrnWeRt NEW with premium Young People Employment and Success jt re ran rua IHTORMATWM fI1doa KaVtlaI DIM BeHldlfaljLOWSVUEKY M J BANNON VIctPrM GinlI Mar l Business College TY4T H M WOLTRING Secretary qYYYy R B BANNON Treasurer III I tP Buao Sewer Pipe Coe Sh Glazed Sewer ami Culvert PipeeBaanons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Cubitsr i Wall CepsnA Drain Tllet Vltrifled Street Pavla hick fire Preeabl Fine Pipe Fine Luis Fire BricK Grate and Seiler Tile Grenad Fire Cay Chimaey Tojw Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON T8LKPHOHB573 w 13th and Lexlagton and Magnolia Ave Bltftfc ae4 Lothe TSLIffHOIfS 3 J aA1Iw 1 e eoee eVV VVVVV VVVVVV- y i Womens Stylish Outer Garments y y PRICED TO CLOSE OUT White Cloth Dress SKirts the Latest Fancy They are made of handsome quality lightweight and serge perfectlyttf i I tailored These skirts were made to sell- of for 1000 and i1250 many I4fcT them have been sold by us at special sales at 750 now at this sale Beautiful Shirt Waists No less than 100 dozen handsome I White Lawn Shirt Waists go in this this sale at from onethird to onehalf less 8 actual values The styles are up to date the making and trimming have been tastefully done o Among them you will find the new College o Blouse or Peter Pan Waiststhe newest fancy Shirt Waists worth 125 andI 150 Sale price Shirt Waists worth 175I IQ and 200 Sale price o Shirt Waists worth 200 and 250 Sale price S EET THIRD AND 0 GOOD TALKS r The Keynote of Division 39 Meeting vast Monday Night Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held an interesting meet ing Monday evening being replete with good talks by some of the am cers and members The Sick Con mlttee reported County President Thomas Quinn as improving nicety and Dan Murphy as entirely recove ed Secretary D J Coleman read a personal leter that had been address ed to him by President Welsh asldn his cooperation for a general rally of the members in September This communication brought several good talks and from members In regard to the upbuilding of the orderJames Coleman spoke urging great er fraternity among the members es pecially in helping the unemployei John Hennessy also spoke along this line Squire Patrick T Sullivan sug gested that the delegates to the next State convention should thorough familiarize themselves with the con stltutlon and be ready to offer sug gestlons and amendments for its 1m I provement President Welsh and Lawrence J Mackey also delivered iIn structive and talks James McHugh one of the old of Division 3 in a short tall sald hewus highly gratified on Bearing tKo alffei ent addresses and proud to see that the true Hibernian spirit is still among the members An Invitation to the outing of the Catholic Knights ht Fontaine Ferr Park next Thursday night was reo celved and accepted which insures the attendance of a good representation of the division The Splendid Mad by St Johns Branch C K of AI Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America had a well attended meeting Monday night when William Nash and Thomas J Nolan were received as beneficiary members The Auditing Committee reported and commended the officers very highly for their neat ness and accuracy It was shown that the moneys had been so judiciously handled that the branch was able tc omit the dues for the first quarter and still donate quite a nice sum to theu Frisco sufferers Ji It was stated that the Catholic Womans Club had accepted the ser vices of the Uniform Rank for the entertainment to be given next Wed nesday night at the home of Mrs Marcus Dbcrhoefer and that the members would receive their new uniforms on the 20th inst The newly received members made good talks and assurance was given that Branch 25 would outdo itself at the outing next Thursday night There is a rivalry between the Uniform Rank and the members all of whom are hustling to bring out the biggest crowd All were invited to the mass meeting that was held Friday night THEIR MONEYS WORTH Vaudevllllans should get their moneys worth out of the bill that will be presented at Fontaine Ferry Park Theater for the fourteen per formances tomorrow afternoon There is everything in sight to make a good programme with variety and comedy aplenty For the week a novel contest has also been ar ranged at the roller rink Each even- Ing from Monday until Friday the spectators will vote for the most graceful lady skater on the floor The five winners of the respective even- Ings will be entered in a contest Satur day and the winner will receive a handsome engraved gold medal Cooks Military Band will continue Its free concerts each afternoon and even- Ing BECOMES Dr Kelley C of Cross tUlelll who has just graduated with ugh honors from the Kentucky School of Medicine has been appointed in le eat St Anthonys1 Hospital for the ensuing year This la no small recognition of his ability and his friends feel elated over theeelections which wia sought aft rby many there j IJ 98c 125 149 Stylish Cloth We have about forty of sunsIclose them out they are than half price They are made of Panama in the best and leading styles coats are lined skirt cut in the circular effect former prices up to 1250 choice at this sale II Dainty Wash Suits iIn white lawn polka dot and plain lin 0en colored washable materials waists trimmed with piping and lace skirts cut full these suits are well I worth 175 our price I JBACONSON I MARKET BET FOURTH suggestions encouraging guard OFFICERS PRAISED Showing commencing night INTERNE Fitzgerald I fashionable SOCIETY DIRECTOR A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President John M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J Cnsic 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddic DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keirnn Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lync Financial Secretary John T Keane DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cote manFinancial Secretary Daniel J Dougl ertyTreasurerGe t rge J Butler SergeantatArmsThonas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wedue day Evenings1 of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSull van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Antbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda HfllCounty Kenney President Rqbert Gleason VlcePresldentMlchaet Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinney at arms John E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y 11d x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 reefs Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Patton Recording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana han Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella OIve your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Classical Scllenli5candilulneuCOursesPreparatory De- rtmentIarge Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro Jam s tilr BACK 10 SMOKY CITY Dennis Lynch formerly of Frankfort and this city but for the past ghteen years with the Pitts burg Dill patch leaves next week for the Smolty City after a three weeks visit with relatives and friends In Kentucky The many changes that have occurred here were an agreeable Jur- prisc and he now thinks Louisville Is- ont the sure road to future greatness Mr Lynch takes quite an interest in ishAmericau affairs in Plttsburg WhIch he Declares to be one of the really Hibernian centers of the country DIp brushes into scalding soapsuds once a week 14 toughen the bristles and thus lengthen their time of service Il C K of AIt is a n80lation for every tOtkllowthatlncaaeofI ollc Knights of America have already paleJ out 14000000 tox the widows lit 8000 ceased Write toPresideA1 Felix GaultDNew OrleatLaiorto Secretary Anthony Urea MermodJaeeard Bul1dlaStI- otaIaKo V 7L 1 98IiI 498 100 I MACKINS FESTIVAL Handsome and Costly Prize Will Bring on a Big Contest Mnckln Councils Fall Festival Com mlttoo met this week and organized by the election of the following offi cersJames Shelly Chairman Ben Sand Vice Chairman Charles S Raldy Secretary Thomas D Clines Treasurer The other members are Messrs WI1 Ham Daly James Mullarkoy Chart s Klehammer John D Boland Louis J Kelffer Leo Klnsella Mat Shaughnc sy and Peter Steinhaus After organizing the committee at once got down to work and selected the week of October 2227 for the festival and bazar Handsome and costly prizes will be offered ticket holders and a great ladles contest will be inaugurated the prizes Ifor which will be a 400 piano diamond ring gold watch and two others to be decided on later Several ladles have already signified their willingness to enter the contest tickets for which will be issued about August 1 10 Some are said to be already organ Ing campaign clubs among their friends All will be given a fair and equal chance it having been de tormlned to distribute the tickets to the ladles or their representatives at tine same tim- eCORDIAL WELCOME St Mary Magdalens Confer ence Visited Sunday- Morning St Mary Magdalens Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society was surprised at the meeting held last Sunday when President James Cam hell and Vice President Edward J Boslor accompanied by represent lives of the Particular Council wei present President Hoertz called tho visiting President to the chair who acknowledged the honor with a grace ful speech Vice President Bosh read the slplrtual lesson and after the business of the conference had bee transacted Rev Father Willlar Gausepohl arose and greeted the visitors with timely remarks telling how his conference assisted him in ever way but particularly in the work of schoolMessrs Campbell and Bosler ei Ptessed pleasure in having opportunl ty to visit a conference so young yet untiring in their work for charity Timely and encouraging words were also spoken by Messrs Hines and Burns from the Sacred Heart Sulllvai and Coleman from St Patricks am Decker from the Cathedral Everything was reported in readiness for the anniversary at St Vincent de Pauls tomorrow morning at 731 clock and the general meeting in thi afternoon The visitors were asked to return soon and the splendid meetln Posed after the recital of prayers foi the deceased members SWIFTMORcIAN- InvitaUons have been Issued for the marriage of Miss Anna C Morgan and rVllllam J Swift which will be olemnized next Wednesday morning with a nuptial mass at St Louis Jertrands at 8 oclock The bride Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas F Morgan and is the possessor of many excellent traits of character and a avorite in her social circle Mr Swift Is a popular employe of the L k N railroad and is one of the best known young men in the Southern option of the city rho ceremony will bo witnessed by a large gathering of lends who wish the couple a long tlfe of happiness and bliss ACCEPTS CHALLENOE President and Captain Martin of Trinity= Council bowling team has accepted the challenge of Col Joe Me tan of the Uniform Rank CR ot- A for a match game to be rolled with- Ini the next few weeks the only stlpn latlon being that the Colonel must captain and roll with his team The con- teSt will be hard fought and will at tract much attention among lovers of the ten pin gam- ePlacea little oil ot peppermint In mice TioleB This will keep the mice awayu the odor is obnoxious t 1MB t3 3rI f t t T 1R GREATSALI3f y 03T R E XMATTRESSES uj Pat Sept 1 1003 Oct 11 1004 y REX MATTRESS Guarantee The materialt 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 Lin L sa 1iri Chas A Fisher d Co l Qs J- i This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur iface 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 principles by improved method JAMES GREENE 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET + t ++4+++++++++ ++ + ++ + 44 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA Jl WHISKYliill illIT IS ALWAYS PURE iffiffH 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