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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN SATURJAY VOLUlIE XVI INO 6 LOUISVILLE I AUGUST 111906 PRICE FIV 4 SOLEMN Dedication of Handsome Catholic Church at High land Park Friends of Father Fitzgerald Wore Present in Large Numbers Bishop McOloskey Blesses the Edifice Two Eloquent Sermons t THE UNIFORM KNIGHTS TAKE PART 1 With Impressive but solemn ser vices and In the presence of n great gathering the Catholics of Highland Park last Sunday saw the dedication of their handsome new house of worship the Church of St Leo the Great the crowning work of Bev Father John J Fitzgerald As early as 8 oclock the people began to ar rive by railroad street car and wagonette and when the services began the crowd was so great that large numbers were unable to gain admittance and therefore had to 4hearthe mass on the outside A brilliant feature of the occasion was the showing of the Uniform tank of the Catholic Knights of America In their handsome new uniforms they lined up in front of the church ana pastoral residence to receive the night Rev Bishop McCIoskey who officiated nt the dedication Vicar General Cronin Bev Dr Schuhmann and the attending clerbymen The ceremony of blessing the church was performed by the Bishop assisted by members of the Louisville clergy after which the solemn high mass began with Bev Dr Schuh mann of the Cathedral as celebrant Rev Dominick Crane as deacon Rev Father Gaudentius C P as sub deacon and I5ev Father Charles C P us master of ceremonies Other t clergy who occupied seats with the Bishop within the sanctuary were Fathers Willett Melody Murphy Fitzgerald and OConnor The choir- o St Williams church sang the mass and again at vespers and the music was equal to any ever herd sere on a similar occasion After the gospel Vicar General Cronin preached the dedicatory sermon saying that when n new church Is built It Is a matter of joy and a harbinger of good things to come Through the earnest efforts of Fathor Fitzgerald the church had been made ready and here we could use the power God lias bestowed upon us and learn to save our souls It is In the church we learn most and get tlie best un derstanding of God and it is there we love that which is pure true and beautiful St Leos was now sanc- tifiedw the real temple of God and here the members will work out Ills holy purpose and afterward receive the reward In store for them To this church they can now come and at the foot of the altar obtain graces and blessings that can be secured nowhere else This Is the place to do the work God has put upon usto i know love and serve Him Bishop McCIoskey was nappy in expressing his gratification nt the uplendld results obtained by Father Fitzgerald saying that to please God in the greatest aim of life Knowl edge is nil Important and Catholics must understand their religion Be ferring to the order of the Holy Father the Bishop declared Catholics must be kind and charitable and well grounded in their catechism which would be taught in every parish In the diocese at 230 every Sunday Atter the mass Father Fitzgerald spoke feelingly to the assemblage acknowledging the presence of so many of his friends from Shelbyvllle and former parishioners He also returned special thanks to the Uni form Bank St WilllaniV choir and the band of the Boman Knights A sumptuous dinner was served by the ladles in the new school building and the time Intervening before vespers was devotee to an exhibition drill by the Catholic Knights and n musical programme by the Knights of St John band under the leadership of Prof George Jakoby t At 3 oclock there was solemn rA vespers with Father Charles C P- allr celebrant assisted by Fathers f Melody Gaudentius and Fitzgerald r The sermon was preach by Rev Denis Murphy the eloquent young e r pastor of St Williams and was a masterly effort In concluding he wished their numbers might be in creased many fold and referred to the many kind expressions from those not of the church which In dicated a union of all hearts In the worshipof God and the glory of Ills church On the whole it was a gala day U for Father Fitzgerald and his flock and leaves memories that will never be effaced from their minds BACK FROM EAST Ra Prof and Mrs Edward Morbach returned Wednesday from their trip Jre to New York City and through the principal points of interest In the East Both look well after their vacation and the Professor states that he is now ready for any musical engagements before his theatrical season opens REMOVED TO HOSPITAL Mrs Rose Henley Kelly prominent PIn the Indies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians who n r 7- o t has been ill for two weeks with typhoid fever was Monday remove d to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and Thursday her condition was re ported as improving which will be welcome news to her friends in the West End where for years she has been an earnest worker for Catholic charities GONE TO REST Mrs Julia Malone Closes a- Long and Useful Life Mrs Julia Malone the venerable mother of John T James and Will Iam Malone passed to her eternal reward Wednesday evening at the home of her niece Mrs Edward P Donahue 2214 West Jefferson street after a long illness due to her great age eightyfour years Her life had been an active and useful one and many are the prayers that will ascend for the repose of her soul from those whom she had comforted in their hours of need and distress Her life was that of the saintly Irish mother whose life was devoted to her family1 and her church and this morning St Patricks will be thronged by those who knew and loved her Mrs Malone was born in Queens county Ireland in 1822 and was a member of the old nUll wellknown Neehan family whose ancestry stretched back for many centuries She was educated in the ordinary schools of her country anti received what was considered In those days a very liberal education lor n girl She came to this country at the age ot fifteen and settlea in Louisville living here all the rest of her life In 1851 she married James Malone who died after they had been mar ried thirtee years After his death she devoted all her time to raising her children and in aiding charity She was an old member of St Pat ricks church and took a great Inter est in all its doings being a prow anent and active member of the Altar Society She was associated with the church and the society for nearly fifty years Besides her sons she leaves one daughter Margaret Malone and twenty grand children John T Malone Vice President of the Fidel ity Trust Company was away from the city when his mother died but arrived home yesterday for the funeral WANT TO LEAD Division 2 Securing Members For Next Hibernian Initiation Division 2 has gone quitely to work with the Intention of taking the lead In membership In the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Louisville That the men are in earnest was evidenced at the meeting Friday night when the applications of William Murphy Muck Thornsbury Thomas Mannix and Michael McDonough were re ceived The Jast named has just completed four years of service in Uncle Sacs navy being n neck of ficer on the battleship Kearsarge When the weather becomes some what cooler the County Board will arrange for a joint initiation and it Is the ambition of Con Ford Will Median Joe Lynch Owen Keiran and others to put forward a class of proportionsThough was sultry and the attendance small the meeting was interesting The news that CamIfieldgoodfeelingi hopedtheyregularlyAt the next meeting August 17 final arrangements will he made for sending delegates frorniijT division tu the State conven lolIParls and It has been hinted that President surpr1sftfor CONCORDIA Great Crowds Participate In Its Golden Jubilee Celebration The three days golden jubilee cel ebration of the Concordia Singing Society was brought to a happy close Tuesday night with the banquet at Phoenix Hill Park when nearly nil time active members of the Falls Cities singing societies partook of the especially prepared menu Charles Neumeyer presided nnd various members and guests responded to the toasts The jubilee was opened in a most becoming manner Sunday morning at St Boniface church where all the active members of the Concordia re ceived holy communion Monday af ternoon and night there were great gatherings nt Phoenix Hill Park where the grand vocal and Instrumental concerts and the outing took place Of the many members that attended and made merry only one Urban Stengel was present at the foundation of the society fifty years ago From the first when there were but seven or eight members the Concordia has continued to grow until now it has nearly 300 names on its books Mr Stengel was for many years President and as a mark of esteem he was presented with n handsome Morris chair Handsome medals were presented four other members who hail been active for twentyflvq years Special praise was given the committee in charge for the efficient manner in which they carried out all the arrangements UZrl- a n n u rtJrJc 1 CONTRASTED 1 Rev Kenelm Vaughan Says Ve Can Not Bo as Bad as London America Has Not Had the Bon eflt of Englands Long Practice Animated by the Clear Healthy Spirit Our Forefathers Maintained ARE OVERDRESSED AND OVERFED The striking contrast here pre sented Is made by the Bev Kenelm Vaughan brother of the late Car dinal Vaughan and Father Bernard Vaughan who has set London agog by declaring that Its society was rotten and could not be saved Society is always in danger when too much wealth is used for indul gence of the appetites and the pur suit of pleasure London Is the modern Babylon and has no counterpart anywhere else in the world No matter how hard your society here- In America may try it could not be as wicked as London is because you havent had the benefit of the long practice that they have had there Your society is not far enough away from the earth nnd the fireplace with its pots and pans to be as bad as some of them seem to think theyd like to make it Now aiu then one is shocked by an escapade or a tragedy that comes from your society but they are infinitesimal tails and conspicuous because you have not become familiar with vici when compared to the good that pro ousness such as an OldVorld capital knows ere you are still animated by the clear healthy spirit that the forefathers came to maintain and the grit and color of earth und flow er is still in the blood so strong that you cant get a unanimous movement toward wickedness- In London the millions of humans are used to the Influences of the Orient anti the barbaric wickedness that the nonbelievers with their golden store to squander in riotous license have becan indulging in for years beyond the time when everyone of yon ltnd to be cutting your own kindlingwood or at least super intending the work When I think of London my mind reverts to the third verse of the ninth chapter of Isaiah which reads thus Thou hast multiplied the nation anti not Increased the joy They joy before thee according to the joy in the harvest and as men rejoice when they divide the spoil It is n neverending dissipation of spoil there while here you are but getting used to each others actions when sortie spoil has been obtained and not yet used to leaving off talk ing about your neighbors affairs to their detriment If they do aught which seems not to be of the accus tomed order You may sometimes think you are very wicked in your society but it is not half so bad as it looks You have no class to pro tect your wickedness You have no great element that lives for pleasure alone and is so strong in the ar rogance of its position that It may say What are you going to do about it You are no selfish enough yet you are too generous too impulsive to do good too strong in the emo lion of youth that wants to appear well in its own eyes and has not reached the age of selfish Indifference to opinion to be as bad as some of your society is made to appear Scandal is too easily distributed and there are too few to condone It to allow you to go on in the primrose I path to the music of golden strings and the applause of those who Sing praises for that which leads away from moral law and tne tenets of faith You are overdress ed and overfed in many places yet the lean faces of those who work is still the predominant feature even ia your society You may be overin dulgent in your social pastimes but it does not seem to be the dominant thing You lave one or two settle ments of annual frivolity like Newport and Palm Beach but even they are under the daily espionage of your press and It is hard for anyone to be very bad and escape that dead- lyl weapon you wield so thoroughly and effectively which is to make people appear ridiculous Nowhere leave I ever seen that quick spirit of the ridiculous used to such an extent or so potently as you use it here You cannot be ar rogant without being criticised you cannot be unusual without being cartooned you cannot be bad with out someone proposing a means to reform you and you must be good perforce When you have gone through some more generations of prosperity and leave many fortunes making the means for a leisure class to hide away in a class of indulgence you may become really wicked but as yet you are only experimenting and the experimenters suffer the same disappointments as every other pioneer does When you are wealthy enough in numbers you may lead In wickedness as you do in many other ways but your churchmen are enterprising and progressive and they have the real foundation to fight on and Mammon and the satyrs will have to grow in far greater strength than they have now to dominate you I may not appear too learned about your ways for I here only seenyou at long intervals and for a short periodandlamlookingat you with o feeling of the greatest good- Y J r Y J U t lo rr 4d- E Y 4 py r will for your gener lsty and worth even If some of yi ur society does glidedhornsi a cloven foot Inslda the high heeleu concessions to frivolity that cover them SCHOLARSHIP I Donated by Mackln Councl Ito Parish Schoolat Corbm Macldn Council It M I at its meeting this week again demonstrated its progres heness and Inter estfin Catholic education In response to a communication front the pastor of the Sacred Heart parochial school at Corbin it was unanimously voted to endow n scholarship for the com ing year and the officers were In structed to at once forward the money for the sane There was n splendid attendance and as a result of time membership contest two more members were elected two reported favorably and four applications yelved R 1- Inlaoy was reported improving and soon it is hoped there will be none on the sick list James Mullarkey and Louis Kieffer announced the ar rangements tor the Frankfort trip which will be made Jjy Mackin with its handsome flag and banner Time educational features Jjjvere conducted by Thomas Clines Carl Bartsch and Clarence Zook and were ofa high order President Baidy announced lion A J Blzot aid Tames Mul larkey as the speakers for the even ing of August 23 The committee arranging for the fat festival reported that satisfactory progress was be ing made mutt that the members feel confident of scoring H big success iI RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Bichnrd Hyland too m place Sunday afternoon from the Sacred Heart church His death resulted I from a snort mimes of typhoid fever For a number pf years he con ducted a barber shop at 1134 Twelfth street and his demise is deeply re gretted in that localftyA The funeral of John Hughes who died Monday took place Wednesday morning from the Sacred Heart church with Bev Father Walsh offi ciating nt time solemn services De ceased was fortytwo years of age and was a brother lnHaw of Thomas Lawler 2800 Garfield avenue lilts Mary Cantyveil known member of St Cecil s parish died Tuesday night at the residence of her nephew Etlwtsrcl Canty3143 Twentyeighth street and was burled Friday morning She had suffered from n complication of dis eases and death was not unexpected Her parents mire dead mad onlya brother survives Michael Fitzpatrick whose critical illness was noted ast week passed peacefully away Monday morning at his home Twelfth old Delaware His funeral took place Wednesday morn- Ing from St Williams church Bev Dennis Murphy officiating at the mass of requiem and preaching a feeling sermon in which high tribute was paid the life of the deceased At an early hour Monday morning Death entered the home of John Tlmmons 1827 Maple street and took from him his beloved wife Emma Bose Possessed of many virtues her loss is deeply mourned and for the griefstricken husband then Is the most sincere sympatny Her funeral took place Wednesday morn ing from the Sacred Heart church with n solemn mass of requiem for the repose of her soul Just when life was brightest Mrs Mayme Smith wife of Bichard Smith has called upon to answer Deaths summons The daughter of Louts Perranda and married only a year she was stricken with a comp cation of diseases that caused her death Wednesday morning Besides infantIsympathy The funeral took place yesterday morning from St Patricks church where she worshipped since her girlhood After a long illness of a complica tion of diseases Daniel Cavanaugh was last Sunday released from his earthly suffering He was the eldest son of Mrs Mary Cavanaugh 2513 West Market street and was well known In IrishAmerican circles He was a brother of Miss Mary Cava naugh exPresident of the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary and John Cava naugh prominent among Hibernians and one of time best known molders placeWednesdayCathredroi where there was a large attendance of sorrowing friends and relatives SOCIAL AND EUCHRE The Surprise Club announces an other of its enjoyable series of ice cream socials and euchres for Mon day next at the home of Mrs Rom mels on Griffiths avenue These af fairs have become very popular and there is a steady increase In the at tendance DANGER PASSED Miss Anna Madden a well known anti popular young woman of New Albany who last week underwent a painful operation on her head is reported much improved and It is hoped that in another week she will be able to resume iher position as bookkeeper with the Globe Fur nature Company or this city r rm t4rar a u FEDERATION Bishop Colton Makes Plain ItsI Mission in Welcoming Convention Says It Will Labor to Make Catholic Name Rise in Ilo Card of All Lovers of America Look to It to Give Great Impetus to Patriotism POWER FOR GOOD IS INCALCULABLE Fraternity people who did not at tend the great meeting that opened the national convention at Buffalo mid are still wondering just what the American Federation of Catholic Societies is in the field for can very easily post themselves on the great work undertaken by this progressive hodof men by reading the follow ing address delivered at the mass meeting by Bishop Colton We Invite you to the freedom and hospitality of our churches and Insti tutions We hope your stay among J us will be fraught with pleasure to yourselves as we feel it will be withI profit to our church and to our country All must admire the pur pose and alms of Catholic federation A federation of the Catholic societies of the country means much for the l powerlYhen united in one grandcentral oh anlz tion is incalculable Jt is natural for men to form as sociations for their mutual welfare The church has ever been assiduous t in establishing societies from the be ginning ho that now we have tensII of thousands of societies and church organizations and millions in their membership These societies have mainly for thtir object the advance ment of religioli Gods amiI the salvation of souls tlmrougii theII perfecting of those joining them but they sometimes adfl to these alms funeral and beneficiary effects The progress of the Catholic Church in this country which has been so marvelous is the societies which sheestablismetl- in her parishes from theiiv first be ginning The spiritual and temporal advancement of her fie nuisibe mostly attributed to the good influ ences which these societies exercised in the men who enrolled In then These men by the graces anti blessII ings which come to them the asso Seating with kindred earnest spirits j nnd the faithful practice of their religion became lenders of every thing good and made the Catholic j men rise in the regard and esteem I of all Their fellowcitizens Then Ifmhlsablesocieties into one central organiza 1 lion for the general welfare and so I we have the Catholic Federation I whose delegates we have here in national 1 convention assembled As the local organizations help religion und strengthen society in their particular districts so the federal bodII is to help the church and country at large I Tine Federation has Accomplished much already In both regards anti itIwill accomplish still more as time t t gees on It stands up as a power InII the land for God and Ills glory J man and his temporal interests It i has both the welfare 01 God mind ji man close to its heart Hence the stand it takes for the Christian education of youth the suppression ofII divorce and the recognition of the rights of property These are the principles for which every Catholic t organization stands the country over but they come with Irresistible nnd overwhelming force when they I are put forward by thousands of societies aggregated together It is for this purpose that this convention is held hundreds of delegates representing every State In the Union are assembled and with them distinguished members of the hierarchy and clergyall come together for the common weal The Holy Father has sent his blessing to the Catholic Federation applauds Its members for what they have accom plash ed in the past and expresses his hopes for what they may do for the future It is under the auspices and inspirations such as these that this convention opens The eyes of the country are upon It All Christian men and true lovers of America look to it to give a new impetus to virtue anti patriotism that will do much to lure God honored anti mans state elevated and improved by the principles it shall assert the meas ures it will adopt and tae means it will point at whereby these most desirable ends will be obtained So let us plan Its present work now under Gods blessing and be as sured the blessing will be given it in nil fullness Gou will be with Ills people now and always as long as the people strive to be with Him Let religion raise its standard against irrellgion Let society and social interests reign forever as God founded them and would have them continue Thus martklnU win be saved from the abyss ot evils whlcn Satan in his hatred of God and man is striving to engulf it So long live Catholic Federation long live those who founded it and long live all who uphold it nnd strive fqr the extension of Its principles d HOSPITAL OPENED Time whospUal at Columbus Ind conducted by the Sisters of Mercy tJ 1 rifJ 1- r was opened last week and the first operation was performed Friday I largetineMcCormack and other prominent citizens The institution will be oper MercyhCARROLLTON ISt Georges Council Visited by Y M I Grand Officers Grand First Vice President Albert F Martin Past Grand President John 7 Sullivan Grand Director TI J Garvey and Pierre Dawson all of this city paid nn official visit1 last Sunday to St Georges Council Y M I at Cnrrollton Upon their ar rival they were met by n committee composed of Messrs Joseph Baker Henry Grobmeyer Casper Hill lIar old Grobmeyer Casper Feller Harry Grobmeyer and Joseph P Glauber and escorted to the lllchland House for an elegant dinner Next time vis itors were taken to the Opera House where they were warmly welcome nt a largely attended open meeting GeorgesCouncilresident Baker called the assem bly to order and in a happy address presented the Rev Father L N Ahmann as the presiding officer who In turn In complimentary terms predictingthatnext iratulresident Vice resident Martin acknowl edged the compliments paid the visit ors and then dwelt upon the unity charity anti fraternity that pervades the Young Mens Institute and espe dally St Georges Council lie reviewed the work of te past year andcalled attention to the fact that another council will soon be in stituted at Leitchfield The other speakers were John J Sullivan Sr- I J Garvey Pierre Dawson tad Joseph Baker Father Ahmann con chided the speaking by stating that this wns the first visit paid the coun cil by grand officers and he and President Baker said they would be welcome back at any time Following the meeting the visitors enjoyed a pleasant drive through the town and then sat down to an ele gant repast served by Mesdamcs Joseph Baker anti Casper Hill TBEST MAN AFLOAT Thats What Men on Missouri Say or Their Chaplain rGiceae3T- S Father Matthew C Gleeson chap lulu of the battleship Missouri is one of the few sallormen of the Atlantic fleet who hasnt claimed shore leave since the ships came here from the southern cruise says the New York Evening Post Ile makes pretty much every trip with the launch when It ashore simply to be on hand if any of his boys need a helping hand on their return from liberty If nay have overstayed their leave he stands by to plead for them with the officer of the deck nUll in nine cases out of ten his plea results in the culprits excuse being accepted without a report of the delinquency going to the First Lieutenant Theyre a fine lot of boys we have on the Missouri Father Gleeson smith as he sat in the stern of the ships launch which was carrying a boardIrookknow much about a big city like New York Theyve been cooped up on- board for four months working their hearts out with drills and tar get practice and what not yet here they come back from fortyeight hours shore leave as fresh as daisies Some of them were drooping anti wilted dadshesbut Father Gleesons chicory words appeared to put a new life into them and as they lined up before the officer of the deck each answered to ids name with an air of just coming from hammock to re spond to a call to quarters More than one owed it to Father Gleeson that he was not hauled over the coals The men on their part swear by their chaplain as the best man afloat LYNCH TO SPEAK Great Preparations Being Made For Observance of Labor Day The Louisville Federation of Labor has invited James M Lynch Presi dent of the International Typograph- Ical Union and Hon A 0 Stanley of Henderson Congressman from the Second Kentucky district to deliver addresses at the annual Labor day celebration to be meld at Fontaine Ferry Park on Monday September 3 and it is almost certain they will bo here Committees are nightly vis lUng the local unions in the interest of the Labor day parade and BO con fident do they feel over the notion already taken that they predict this years celebration will far surpass any former labor demonstration ever held in this city Chief Marshall Fred Rush nnd his althea have arranged the following route for the parade which will start from the Hawmarket at 11 oclock sharp Down Jefferson street to Eighth north to Market up Market to First over to Main and thence 1 west to Tenth street where cars will be taken to the park j J I IL d- t REFOR Foreshadowed by Sir Macdouuell at a Dubl Dinner Secretary Bryce Has Important Bill Ready For Next Parliament Sister of British Ruler Soon Bo Received Into the Church SHOWS LEANING TOWARD OLD FAITH Sir Anthony MacDonnell speaking at a recent dinner in Dublin foreshadowed certain Irish reforms He said My firm belief is that the coming year 1007 will see the fruition of many hopes which the best Irishmen have for many years entertained It tummy not mean the full fruition of all that ninny Irishmen have hoped but will mean so much that Irishmen if they are true to themselves may make it the source from which all their hopes may be fulfilled- It is an open secret that at the next session of Parliament Secretary Bryce will introduce a bill extending the Irish local govern meat reorganizing the staff nt Dublin Castle and sweeping away many of the forty nominated boards than govern Ireland placing the whole under popular control The Parliament that has just ado journed granted home rule to the Boers and this leads many to the belief that the next session will deal fairly with the different measures that the Nationalists will Introduce for the benefit of Ireland The Irisn party is united and will have strong support from both English and Scotch members nnd the entire Labor representation A special cablegram to the NewtYork World brings the following which will be almost as interesting In America as in Europe Onlya very few Londoners are aware of the fact that Princess Henrv of Battenberg the Kings sister and the mother of Queen Ena of Spain Is shortly to be received into the Boman Catholic Church wh g the news of the event lee1 willno doubt cause a certauramoui of discussion in church circles but those who lave followed Princess Henrys career know that she has Invariably when abroad attended mass and that the exEmpress Eugenia who brought about the Spanish marriage has always had the greatest influences on Princess Henry even in the time of the late Queen Victoria Bisiiop Brindle and Father Bernard aughan are two of s Princess Henrys most devoted + friends The Empress Eugenie who 33- by the way Is an inveterate matchmaker is doing her best to bring about a marriage between the Count of Turin and nn Austrian Arch duchessMrs John McBrides suit for di vorce she was Miss Maud Gonne the Irish Joan of Arehns devel oped into one of the most remark able duels of forensic eloquence in the annals of the French courts Maitre Cruppl appears for Mrs McBride and Maitre Labor for the Major of whom she would rid her self as a husband Labor In his fine flights of elo quence implied that the suit is a conspiracy of perjury He pointed out elaborately that time chief evi dence against the Major was given by servants In Mrs McBrides pay and that none of the stories they told on the witness stand hud reached the wifes ears at the time the al leged acts were committed At the outset Maitre Cruppl for the wife demanded that the suit be tried under the French law on the ground that both parties are domiciled in France and that Major McBride having been naturalized as a Boer and having not rensserted his allegiance to the British crown could not claim to be judged by British law Maitre Labori accepted the courts jurisdiction but asked Judge Ditto to take into account the British law In the interest of the un happy couples young son born a British subject The decision was In favor of time wife who was also given custody of the child rMOTHER MARY Mother Mary Magdalen Norton recently elected to tIe head of the Dominican Sisterhood will soon come to Kentucky from Mnssa chussetts Mother Mary has for eight years been teacher of elocutio nt SI Patricks parochial school In Watertown where she Is well bi loved She is also widely known In Charlestown Mass having been as signed to that district for some rears prior to her being sent to Water town t GET GOOD MAN The Falls City Lithographing toni pany has been incorporated with a capital of 20000 and among the stockholders is John Keaney the well known Hibernian and cme of the best workmen In the country The establishment is thoroughly union and is prepared to turn ouallrJ atfdetedbyn j n- fa a- j Vlri W i CV I tvNTUCKY IRISH AiVtERICA r iTU6KY1RIS flMEKlGM Ito Moral and Soolal Advancement of all Irish Americans IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sere at the LonlsTlllo Postofflcc as Second CUai Matter I mnnlcatlonitothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN316WeatUreenStrett TRADES ug COUNCIL I LOU ISVILLU KY SATURDAY AUGUST n 1906 CRAZY NO DOUBT There are times in the lives oftt Christian people when they fee jp the prophet Samuel when he shed upon King Agag and slev in There ate other times whet oughtful men feel that it would e a blessed thing for social orderI if some of the great universities of the country could be shut up and kept closed The University ofI Chicago for instance was founder as a Baptist institution From time to time John Rockefeller has donated millions to it and so hav others Perhaps possession of dollars has made it godless Or per haps hiring sensational freaks to pose as professors has done the work Anyway it has become little other than a hotbed of pagan ism Here is the latest clipped from a secularexchange Discussing the divorce problem Professor Zeublin of the Universit of Chicago saysrA probationar marriage should precede other marriage I suggest a probationar period of six months when the man and woman can find out iiif life together is possible Than heaven our laws are not made iin the University of Chicago The trouble is that universitic k of this sort arc training up a num ber of men who will be making our tJ laws after a while For this rea son asks the Catholic Sun is no every student who goes out t filled with such notions as this a menace io Christian civilization Whaj I elly seems to need is a probationary hanging He ough to be hung for a period of six months and then be interrogates cautiously By that time he migh have some sense NATURALIZATION All applicants for naturallzatlo who failed to make their applicatlo tip to last Saturday will be unable to become citizens of the United States in time to vote at the election No vember 6 This is under the con struction placed upon the new nat uralization law which goes rote t effect September 5 Under the old law it has been customary for nat nralizatlbrt papers to be issued thirty days after the application isi made but the new law prevents this Under the new law the application must be made ahd the notice posted ninety days before the papers are issued As this law goes into effect September 5 it Juts been decreed that the rule of hearing such applications after thirty days will not stand after that date rind therefore ninety days must elapse on all applications which may now be made before the papers will be issued It has also been held that all those who will be eligible to secure the papers after the lapse of thirty days must come in before September 3 to secure them or wait sixty days longer This means that there can be no k wholesale issuance of papers just prior to lh 5 election this year and indicates that there will be no hear Jugs of applications from September 5 until after the election Another point of the new law provides that all aliens must speak the English language unless they be unable from a physical infirmttysuch as being deaf and dumb and that they must also sign the application in their own handwriting When the new law goes Into effect Government blanks will be furnished and the Govern inent receives onehalf of the fee which will be increased from seven cents to 4 while the feestyfive for the declaration of intention for the first papers have been increased from thirtyfive cents to 1 The rtsw law provides distinctly that no papers can be Issued within thirty 9 days of shy general election FUEL Vd IS FRIENDLY iR cently mUch has been Bald anent the feeling of hostility against 1pteMtctkatt exists in Mexico and- thgre wile nroeb wonderment ast to tlie cjausft therefor It Is therefore STaUfyihr to leant that there was vo frothhn the reports which did afreilt JRjaUee tq lfexko Speaking ilia leek is rew York Jdaeptr- v rr o- S D at n II Qualey an oldtime Cincinnati contractor builder of railways IIml constructor of reservoirs just returned from a twomonths sojourn in that country denied that Mexi caus entertained anything but tin fiiendlicst of feelings for the Amer leans People from our country he said are welcomed with oper arms into Mexico They want us and nowhere have I seen anything but kind treatment That has beer my experience and it has been tin experience of every one I know of and I know many n one from tlle States who have cast their fortunes with Mexico WELL SAID The most complete explanation of what the Catholic Federation should be and what it will be if those en gnged in the work carry it on iIn the true spirit was made by the lllght llev Bishop Canevin of Pitts burg in which he gave utterance to the following on the opening day of the convention Our whole policy ig constructive Ve wish to build rather than to dc ulroy We sin to be zealous in dOe ing good rather than petulant or narrow in complaining of grievances In the great movements which arc exerting their forces round nbou us Catholics should be the first to recognize and encourage what I1is true and good and to point out nnd condemn what is false and evil Everything that pertains to mnns welfare spiritual or corporal temporal or eternal is our faith and our ethics The spirit of liberty and per sonal initiative is awake and Strug gling against the tyranny nml selfishness of material roi We must not be too hasty to condemn the popular movements of those who ale striving to improve their condition The Church does not wish to retires that spirit of liberty but to take It lntorlhe juinice fliL tftUjtlpii Thi Church wishes to make of the spirit of independence and progress a true friend and ally while she guides the men of this age in the paths of truth justice and Christian freedom Iery man from the President of the Unit ed States to the humblest toiler in the land should be made to feel that this Federation is with him in ever effort to defend right and retires wrong POLITICS The political situation in Maine iis complex and one of the hardest fought and most important campaigns in the history of the Stat is promised Interest in the cam paign centers largely in time Second Congressional district where oppo Ritioii has arisen to Congressmer Charles E Littlefield of llockland who is a candidate for reelection This opposition started in Irma own party a few weeks ago when many who were dissatisfied with his con duct in Congress brought out Johr P Swasey of Itumford Falls to op pose Littlefield for the nomination In a bitter fight in which personal ties were freely indulged in by the two factions of the Second district Itepubliclans Littlefield won The Democrats taking advantage of the growing unpopularity of Littlefield nominated Daniel J McGillicuddy of rewlstown one of the ablest and best known Democrats in the State 10 oppose him Many of time Swasey Republicans have signified their in entlon of supporting McGillicuddy md doing what they can to defeat Ifittlefield who also has the oppo tition of the labor organizations of he State and district President jompers of the mAerican Federation of Labor will visit the Second distrIct anti address a series of meet- Ings in the interest of McGillicuddy STRIKING SUCCESS The New York Worlds correspondent says the salient feature of the first session of Englands most dem entitle Parliament has been Premier nmpbellIlannermans striking per ounl success When the Ministry was formed he was spoken of as n mere stopgap to be sent to the louse of Lords at the end of the first session to make way for tsquiths leadership Today Sir Feriry has a power and a popularity in Parliament unequalled since Glad tones rule It is u triumph of char inter and ability combined TIC line liinaged the House of Commons uslness cleverly tactfully has in- VarIably sheen honest straightfor and and clear in expressing Lie own I cuss lie is courteous to everybody cces ible to his own followers die pleys Oureand whenever appro l ra DJi irjate in parrying awkward ques I ions a humor Tar excelling in ef ectivencss Balfours achievement In the same linefor JJannermai never quibbles nor prevaricates In granting a really free constitution to the Transvaal and trusting the Doers liannerman has given nnothe evidence of his consistency and give ground for the hope that at the nex session the cause of Ireland will be accorded a fair hearing anti just treatment Creditors of the late Thomas E Vnggamnn instituted suit Monday II- the in Supreme Court of the District of olumbia to compel the Catholic Jnlversity of America to relln Irish securities aggregating pearl 000000 said to have been given the nstitution by him a short time before his bankruptcy Time court Ins been asked to name a receive to take possession of time securities or any cash that may have beet realized from them Their loss vould be a severe blow to tIle wnfver ilty but of this there seems but little likelihood Democrats of the Sixth Congres Ional district express much surprise it the decision of D Linn Gooch to contest within Joseph L Ilhinock for the Democratic Congressional nom nation Having been elected and in horsed himself it was generally be ievcd that Gooch would not only de rer to his successor and the custon of the district but would openl spouse his cause It is deplored b many that the political waters In that district should be muddled just it a time when there appears to be i tendency to get together strongly Cincinnati proposes looking afte the health of its school children nml President OConncll urges that the district physicians be authorized nml directed to examine into the hcaltl and home surroundings of pupils on request of principals Such cxainir ations if not made obnoxious nnd only when necessary should be pro ductive of beneficial results Jf HINTS ON STYL r In the new colors for blouses gray are in the lead and after them are the soft greens A pretty blouso for evening wear I1Is made of fine baby Irish point Inc3 and very fine linen- Lightcolored broadcloth will be more fashionable for tailored suits consist- Ing of skirt nn4cont The circular skirt Is always 11 favorite andAeservedly so for a wel cut well iung circular model has no rival i Good Atyle in skirts depends mor Upon a well cut and fitted foundatiqi than upon handsome material and rich trimmings The tailored shirt waist has corn to the front again and stands out In pleasant relief against the backgroum of lace trlmmed blouses There is nothing more durable that corduroy for a young girls stree suit and as it now cornea In a lightweight it is much favored Hats are worn more squarely on the head than they were last season and have not the abnormal tilt tha man been so overdone The new shapes are really lovely Tweed coatings for autumn wenr 3how a combination of brilliant colors on a gray or white ground the ma iorlty being made reversible The designs are mostly a combination of heck and plaid- Ratnpro3f materials for the con jtructlon of twopiece tailored suits ind the fulllength coat can now be procured in most of the large stores These are generally the smooth worsteds and covert cloths Of all utility dresses none Is s serviceable as the dressy black flock For the woman who must be well and tpproprlately dressed for various oc anions and who must consider economy a black gown is the solutlor of the problem The practical changes in the fash ons for tho winter are as yet not learly defined but one fact seems tc Land prominently out from the others and that is that the fashions reflect inmlstakably those of the Second Empire but without the hoop skirt WINN IS BACK Col Matt Winn President of the merlcan Turf Association arrived ere Tuesday from New York City after conference with Louis Cella owner of Douglas Park relative to ates for the meetings of the rival lubs here Cella agreed to Col Winns suggestions and therefore fnll racing will open at Douglas Parka September 3 When Churchhill owns opens there will be high class rnclnSnnd in lieu of stakes a number of handicaps worth 1000 will be run Charles Y Price will be pre ding judge and Richard Dwyer will officiate as starter There is nothing thnt threatens the peace now exist- Ing in Western turf circles HOERTER ROOTERS About a hundred Louisville Eagles will attend tho Grand Aerie of their order at Milwaukee which opens tllere Tuesday At their head w1ll- be Mr and Dire Fred Hoerter and It is the intention of the delegation to put in nomination and elect Mr oerter a member of the Board of Grnnd Trustees Fred is one of the- best known Engles in the West and entucky is for him to a man The Nationalists after a most de Trained anti plucky fight have held East Tyrone by the narrow majority oielgllteei1 votes The poll was T Kettle 3018 WJ McCaw 3000- The Nationalists no doubt suffered by a certain number of electors be- Ing working in Scotland or England u o q 00n i SOCIETY i Dr C P Meredith of 428 Twent sixth street has been ill for the pnst two weeks Miss Alexia McCloskey Is at Bard town for an extended stay with Mr James Ha den Miss Louise Shelley is at Atlantic City where she will remain till the end of August George Rieger Jr and sister Mil ifary leave today for a ten days visit to Petoskey- Misses Blanche Kerr and Theres lernrdi left Sunday to spend a vact ion at White Mills Mrs Mary McCrory arid Mrs Pcnrl Sarahty left Monday to spend II month at Glcnconia Mrs John Colgan and Mrs D Mc arthy have gone to Atlantic city for n stay of two weeks Miss Anna May Glenn spent the yeah in company with a party ot riends at White Mills Miss Mayme Noonan left Wednee lay to spend a two weeks vncatioi nt Lily Sulphur Springs Ind Mrs DT Heffernan anti daughte atherlne left Wednesday for a three weeks stay at Hardin Springs Miss Julia C Kelly is home after ai visit of several weeks with friend nt Muncie Hartford and Chicago Misses Stasia and Katie May Oilt mane and Ida May Fisher have gone to White Mills for a mouths outing Misses Anna and Clara Wentze have returned home after an enjo able visit with friends at Owensboro Mrs James Lee and Misses Mar McXally and Lula Lee Snyder left Saturday to visit friends in Clncii nati tames Kenealey of Dumesn street is laid up with a badly mashc flng r which he sustained while nt woijk Misses Margaret Norton and Ruth McCarthy will leave today for Lil White Sulphur Springs to spend two weeks Miss Mary Sullivan Is home from St Mary after a most enjoyable Islt with Misses Mettle and l1nnie HoneyMiss Alice Hickey and her niece Miss Annabelle Cunningham will spend two weeks in New York nnd the East Ambrose Schwlers a well Imown member of Trinity Council will return today from a ten days IRit t0 Atlantic City Mrs Robert Watson and Mr Fannie Leahy will arrive home the titter part of next week from Atlant pity null the hastU The Misses OMalley of Portlan had as their guests this week Mist Jennie and Florence Gavin of Albuquerque New Mexico Miss Fannie Bess 0Heilly has been pending the week in Cincinnati the meet of Miss rosemary Rogers of topers Place Walnut Hills Mrs Daniel Hartnett anti daugl ter Miss Alberta were last week isltors at the country home of Mri Tartnetts father at Milton Clarence Nevin was this weele stricken with typhoid fever and i1III onfined to his bed at the home of his mother on Hepburn avenue Guy Fisher who line been ill for our weeks with typhoid fever at his home on West Main street is now ible to be up and about the house Barney J FlynnI West Maike treet lice gone to Hardin Springs tto join his wife and son who have been ojourning there for several weeks Clarence Maloney will return born text week from Shelbyville where he has been spending a month nsUle nest of his cousin Miss Sifsie Pope Miss Margaret Ilohrman has returned to her home In Portland iron its Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where she had been ill of typhoh everSteve Toomey and John tolgai have just returned from French Licl prings amid are now ready for another session in the giddy social wlJirl William XL Lawler and bride have turned from their wedding trip and after August 15 will be at lame to their friends at 110 East Avery stmeet Mrs W J Barry and son Watts will arrive home today after a sis weeks visit to Mrs Barrys parents Mr and Mrs ThosP Watts of Kan sns City Mo The engagement of Miss Stella prier and Mr Charles Parsons is announced the marriage to take place at the Cathedral on Tuesday September 18 Mrs Julia Gosnell of 425 Twenty sixth street has just returned from 1 three months visit to relatives In ennessee She was accompanied by Mlss Martha Wilson Mrs Frank J Burckle her sin Edwin and daughters Misses Minnie and 11IIn leave today for a visit to Min neap01ls where they will be the gueRts of Mrs Joe Crotty Mrs John Biven and granddaugh ter Mary Ruth Glenn of South inisville left Tuesday to spend tll- elat of the month with Mr and Mrs Logan Glenn at Owensboro Edward Drlscoll Chief Clerk for- the Yazod Mississippi railroad at cksbnrp has been spending his va- latlo1 with his parents Mr and rs- David Driscolls in Jeffersonville Rarry Driver left Thursday for an extenllell trip East He will spend m re- en several days with his aged in Philadelphia and then motherIINew York Boston and Judge Matt ODoherty and his es timable wife left Tuesday for Old Sweet Springs Sn Virginia where they will remain until the opening of the courts here next October The many Louisville friends of Mr anti Mrs James Dougherty will be pained to learn that the latter been seriously ill for the past weeks at their home in Muncie ImsII Announcement has been made the engagement of Miss Fleck the charming daughter of and Mrs Henry Wcirich and John Hermes a popular young man of the southern part of the city Their rberr Mr and Mrs John A OConnor of Twentysixth street left Wednesday for an extended Western trip They will attend the convention of the International I Typographical Union at Colorado Springs and returning vill visit friends in Denver and Chicago Time numerous friends of Miss Catherine Carr will regret to she is quite ill at time home oflearnII parents 2522 Griffiths avenue Cnrr is n graduate of uoreito ana news of her illness will entice feel lugs of sorrow among the Sisters rind her classmates with whom she was the especial favorite Misses Mary S Kelly Emily Lyons Edith Doherty Emma Paulson Mary and Genevieve ODonnell composed a happy party of New Albany girls that left Thursday on a trip of sev oral weeks to Eastern cities While Huy they will visit Niagara Falls New York Boston Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington The marriage of Miss Stella Finn agan and Joseph It Webb was sol emnized Wednesday at the rectory of St Frances of Rome church In Clifton the Itcv Father White performing the ceremony The happy couple are spending their honeymoon North and will make a tour of the lakes before returning An October wedding of interest in local society circles vlll be that of Miss Lilly Holly and Charles Bieger whose engagement is here announced for the first time r he bride eleet is the charming and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Holly West Walnut street Mr Iteiger is secretary to the Vice Pres ident of the Louisville 8 Nashville Railroad Company anti stands very high with his superiors and asso elutes rnnll Mrs John F Keep 2535 Rowan street entertained Friday evening with progressive euchre in honor of Miss Hattie Luckest of Morganfield The lawn was beauti fully illuminated and after the games a dainty luncheon was served Those present were Misses Mary Duvif Elizabeth Fisher Margaret Campbell Susie and Mnvmo Cooper Ellen and Katie Whallen Mattie Mor gnu Katie Doyle Francis Strohmnn and Mesdames John Campbell Jane Cnwthorne Cooper and Rebecca Keep Prizes were awarded Mrs John Campbell anti Hattie Luckest d William Shoemaker of Chicago and Miss Agues Byrne daughter of Mrs Margaret Byrne 010 East Eighth street New Albany were married Tuesday morning in Holy Trinity church the ceremony having been performed by the Rev Charles Curran the rector in the presence of a number of relatives rind friends of the pair The attendants were James Banet and Miss Alice Byrne sister of the bride and the full anti beautiful marriage ritual of the Catholic church was employed The bride line been for the last year operator at the Home Telephone Ex change and has become so very popular on account of her desire to look after the wants of the public that the patrons of the company part with her with regret Mr and Mrs Shoemaker will make their home in Louisville where the groom has been appointed to a fine position OREETED BROTHER CELESTINE Thursday evening at the residence of John F Coady Sixth and Breck nriclge a merry party of the old nembers of fjatolll Council awl other rieruls assembled to greet Brother Jelestine who will re remembered as James Casein now spending his nnunl vacation with relatives in Iris city The good brother returns from Notre Dame unchanged in no ray whatever and as hale and hearty as when he left Louisville years ago The evening was pleasantly spent md will not be soon forgotten LOOK FOR THEM Mackln Councils Fall Festival Committee has been receiving satis actory reports from many sources this week and time members feel sanIguine of the success of the under aking Next week the contest for he costly prizes will be on in earn eRt There will be about a dozen oung ladies in the race and every tan in the city may look for a visit rom them in the near future Anyone who wishes to put a lady friend In this contest should do so at once as it is desired to start nil at the mine time OUTINO A SUCCESS The Knights of Columbus outing I for members their families and lady lends at Fern Grove last Tuesday C WIIS a big success and the entertain lent committee deserves great crcd it for their handling of such a large gathering two boats being necessary tll convey the crowd Races and nines for the ladles and children wcre held followed by the ball game In which John Colemans nggrega tlon of ball tosserx defeated Dilly ruess anti Al Barretts picked tenm Everyone Voted the day a very leasant one and predicted many implimentary things for the rapid I growing local council A handsome Irish wolfhound Champion Cotswold the property of rincess Patricia of Connacht al lily the winner of sixteen prIzes too first prize at Old Deer ParksSJI0W at Richmond and was prized at 1000 pounds 0 W U a- e l t g STRAIGHT CREEK COAL Burns better makes less ash and more heat per pound f than any other bituminous coal 4 100 Bushelsr 1400 25 Bushels 350 100 Bushels Jellico Lump 1300 SCANLON COAL COi Incorporated Ninth and Kentucky Fourth and P SS S S xS e 8 3 S I 4 P BANNON I President fW MJJ BANNOrf VlcePres II Gin Mgr Kentucky Vitrifie Erik CD OI INCORPORATED 2Icanufc oturora of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 10 and 1250- Twopiece SUITS 1- 450 1250 and 15 Ones For 650 With 2000 To Choose Fr- omLEWS THIRD AND MARKET PRIVATE HOSPITA FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jefferjonvill Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas enable For further particulars apply Ito MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonville loi ALBERT TT11 1 SCHRANZ 302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Cumb Phone 543Y MONEY TO LOAN C J SCtlNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets HENRY HUNOLD DEAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty loins Phnae mo 540 W WALNUT Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty lLIIEGRRS8 EXCHANGEI LOUIS WABNITZ CO f Proprietors 139 FIFTH STREET OIve your boys BH education that will prepare them for llI- eST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Jfnvcrian Broth rx Classical itntiCc and Business CourKi Preparatory De panment Large Swimming Fool Well Hqutppcd yntnutum 1eaaaioderateBra Jams llr fA u c P BANNON JR Treasurer p I II I t t t t t t t t t t II- Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM ANDSHERBETWe 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 II I I All the new Summer styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices WALL PAPER Will furnish good paper neat pat terns and paper 15foot rooms sides and ceilings for 350 smaller rooms in proportion selection from 35 patterns all colors 9 and 18inch bordersR CULLEY Seventh and OaK Home Phone 6225 Cum south 2383z CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson SI froth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITUREof Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST Hive Your Prescription Filled la TORIC LENSES 1 Mounted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern OpticaICiof XfOuUville Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third aChestnut Streets Sole manufacturer of the KRYPTOK INVISI BIH BIFOCAL for Kentucky KATIE AGNES SMITH UndertakerstIndependent ofAll LADY EMBALME M Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day nr night Home phone 1677 Office 2408 Payne St u C t J tONTUCKY XRxSHAlIIERIOANIp HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JM Ju BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST tIN STREET 4 With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 1111 II THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carrl STREET9hartI I 1 I 111 11 I I I 1 I 1 I 1 I I 1 I II I lIt 11 III 1 I I I I IIII IIII IIIII + 8T06 Dental money WEST L WORK pbte and Phones Carriages FurUshed All Occasions All Answered Day Night Wt Market Bet tf Oran Smiths Son AL Directorand Embalmer Carriages Furnished for Occasions on Short Notice W JEFFERSON 810 TILEEENBY APPLYING TILEEEN TO AN OLD WORNOUT WOODEN FLOOR WILL MAKE IT LOOK STONE AND1ASTS JUST AS LONG It is the only Floor on the market MADE AND APPLIED BY KY CO and BOTH PHONES 2267 operating Hoosiet Wall Plaster plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 F OFFICE 9T012 work for the least Our Will Please You ISONSI J I e ItWAGON fACIURfRS Carriage Repairing and Rubier Tires 205 AND 207 GREEN STREET ioG ftAIJr1 J POLSU Sf DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents GUARANTEED 6u 528 Fifth Streett I n w n n- k DANIEL J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director Embalmer Both 2998 Calls Promptly or 11231 St 12th and 13th ttttttttffl t ttf f ffft ttttt I W SMITH Proprietor Funeral AllI 809 STREET TELEPHONE t1t1t1t1t A LIKE Sanitary Covering t WALL PLASTER Brook River Also 1I0VlfSSVllDAYS DONT YOU WANT Good done Dentistry MAN HENRI Wearing Apparel k JOCKEY CLUB PARKO- ne Week Commencing Monday Aug 13 The Black Dike Band Worlds Greatest Brass Band POPULAR CONCERTS RAIN OR SHINE FONTAINEFERR WTHE PARK BBAOTIFtV WEEK OF AUG 12 GRAND FREE ATTRACTION ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND 60Moslclans60 Two Concerts Dally HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Jolly Fanny Rice Palfrey Hoe er Avon Comedy Four Mr and Sirs Walerous Kine drome and outer big acts NEW ROLLER RINK Two Session Dally Finest Surface in the South ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts HOURS OP SERVICE The Rev Father John J Fitzgerald pastor of the church QfStL o the Great which was dedicated at Highland Park last Sunday announces that masses on Sundays for the present will beat q and 10 oclock and benediction 330 oclock II 1 o t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes John Phelnn Jr of Division 4 is 111 with typhoid fever Connecticuts State convention will be held at New llrltnin opening August 22 and continuing two days Several amendments to the bylaws will be suggested by the delegates from Division 4 to the State conven tionToe OBrien one of Division 4s hustling young members was re ported sick at the meeting Wednes day night Yew York Hibernians will have a celebration at Celtic Park the latter part of this month that will last three days- With the applications appending it is certain that Connecticut will have a membership of 10000 when the State convention is held At a special meeting of Division 255 held in Monaghan Ireland twelve members were duly initiated and twelve candidates proposed for membershipThe picnic of the Milwaukee Hibernians is takink place today Judge ONeill Ryan will be the orator of time day and a feature will be the presence of Tom Kiely champion allround athlete of the worldThe divisions and auxiliary oj Grand Itapids had a great field day last Monday Tire city was divided east against west in the tug of war ball game and races lion N J Whelan officiated as starter for the games and races The international carnival and picnic of the Hibernian Knights of Ihiffalo and Toronto at Niagara Palls was a great success There were all kinds of races hammer and discus throwing and n base ball game The feature of the outing was the address delivered by Father Fallon of Buffalo Division 7 of Minneapolis has donated 150 for the purpose of having painted a picture of a General of Irish parentage who fought with distinction in the civil war the picture to be hung In the Grand Army Memorial Hull in the Court House After considering the merits of the various Generals the division decided that it would direct the MajorGen STATISTICS That Show Conclusively the Mistreatment Ireland Receives Lord Dunraven shows that Ireland is sick almost to death If ever figures were convincing and pathetic such are presented in his pamphlet Here is a country whoso lifeblood has for two generations been draining away In 1801 tho population of Ireland was 5395466 that Is to say there were ICC persons to the square mHe Ex actly a century later It stood at 4458 755 only 137 persons to the square mile whereas in the meantime the population of England and Wales had increased from 8892536153 per square mileto 32526075 or 558 per square mile Nor is the drainage of vitality that Ireland has suffered dur- Ing the last sixty years to be measured by volume alone It is her best blood that she has lost Ninety per cent of the exodus has been composed of men and women in the prime of life or approaching it What fiscal concessions are made by Britain the mighty and prosperous predominant partner to a depend ent people depleted in numbers financially straitened and physically weakened Lord Dunraven replies by pointing us to a fiscal system which he describes as a grotesque ana chronism and by which as a Royal Commission has acknowledged Ire land is overtaxed annually to the ex tent of 13500000 in return for which she gets an administration wholly un suited to her needs and outrageously extravagant Lord Dunraven proves that Ireland pays 320000 annually more for her local government ma chinery than does Scotland 1000000 more for her judicial system and 5 000000 moro for her police Indeed the cost of the police to every man woman or child In Ireland amounts on an average to 166 per head Such admissions Jjy one of the record of Lord Dunraven must serve to raise the question if all has been or is being done that could and should be done to recognize and redress the Irish grievance IRISH COAL The mining syndicate which has been prospecting in the Ballycastle coal fields have struck a considerable main seam at a depth of 240 feet which ls stated tobe fine but six inches In thickness and capable of yielding an outppt of fiftyfive million tons The tests already made prove the coal to be of very superior quality and the plant for raising it Is being rapidly put in form Considerable ironstone exists In the district and it is proposed to establish smelting works to deal with this WATCH THE JAPS The construction of the battleship Satsuma 19600 tons and the armored cruiser Kurama 14690 tons Is steadily progressing at the Yokosuka naval yard Tire former is expected to be launched about October next and the latter In the following spring In addition to these ships two new and powerful battleships are now on their way out from England and will shortl- Y add to the effective strength of the Japanese navy which when the captured Russian ships and the ntiw Japanese cruisers torpedoboat destroy ers and torpedo boats are reckoned makes the Japanese fleet more than a match for the combined European and American squadrons Jhmdalic has a population of 14300 tra0- n a- a BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY In speaking of a persons faults Pray dont forget your own Remember those with homes of glass Should seldom throw a stone If we have nothing else to do Than talk of those who sin tie better to commence at home And from that point begin We have no right to judge a man Until hes fairly tried Should we not like his company We know the world is wide Some may have faultsandwho have not The old as well as young Perhaps we may for naught we know Have fifty to their one Ill tell you of a better plan And find its works full well To try my own defects to cure Ere others faults I tell And though I sometimes hope to be No worse than some I know My own shortcomings bids me let The faults of others go Then let us all when we begin To slander friend or foe Think of the harm one word may do To those we little know Dont speak of others faults until We have none of our own Rcmember curses sometimes like Our chickens roost at home SUDDENEY STRICKEN r JefferrsonvilleH best krfown residents and former Sheriff of Clarke county Ind was stricken with paralysis at 8 oclock Wednesday night at the Falls City Hotel where he resided and died a few hours later Apparently in the best of health he went to the bathroom where he was found by William Noilly the proprietor lying in the tub in n helpless condition and unable to speak Everything possible was done for the stricken man but without avail Mr Donovan was never married but he had a wide circle of friends in Louisville and Jeffersonville For years he held a responsible position with the American Car Company and was one Of the best liked men in Its em ploy VACATIONS Major Patrick Ridge Secretary Will Price Stationkeeper nosIer Detective Martin Donahue and Patrolman Ilnrret of the police depart ment will return today to their respective posts after a deserved vacation of ten days Lieut Edward IJnrke and Patrolman Patrick gettheirCapt Thomas Mnher Chief of De KmiarneyLieutEditor William McDonald of the Police Bulletin will hie themselves away for rest and recreation AGAIN ABOUT Friends of Patrolmifit Dennis Xeliau of the Seventh district are glad to see Him again able to be about though not yet strong enough to return to his place on the police force For over a month he was critically 111 of typhoid fever at the home of his mother at West Chestnut street and at times grave fears were Dennyissuperiors hope it will not be long until they hear nlm answer the roll call ANOTHER CONVERT Washington diplomatic and official society were somewhat surprised this week to learn that Mile Mar guerite Casslnl the adopted daughter RussianAmbassadornow representing the Czar at the court of Madrid has abandoned the joinedtheMlle Cassinl was the chum of Miss Alice Roosevelt before she became Mrs Longworth BLACK DIKE BAND The Louisville Jockey Club has n rare musical treat in stoVe for its patrons next week Beginning Monday evening the mack Dike Band one of the worlds greatest brass band organizations will inaugurate a destinedIband comes highly commentrdl aiiit after the intermission that has existed enjoyment SOLID TRUTH Uniformed societies may not bo popular with some people but if It socition when it comes to a corner stone paradeWemoney expended by members of a uni formed rank to become proficient In military tactics in order to make a good showing in the few parades in which they participate yet we are always pleased to have them turn out on Church and State occasions AWFUL CALAMITY An old gentleman recently came upon two schoolboys pounding another unmer cifully and after having a difficult time pulling them apart said Here here what are you two whip ping this boy for After giving their victim a black look ansgeredIwe every copy our morning arith and this morning he had his examples wrong FOR ACHING FEET Soak them every night for half an hour in hot water Read a book to beguile the time You must Afterward rub them with d good foot Ilotion inad muttoIltle Just enough to supplyfhe natural oils i u a rt IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At the Aerldcacht of the Leixlif branch of the Gaelic League the pick of Dublin and local talent was se curedA death from sunstroke an un reportedfromyoung lady At the annual meeting of the Na tional Literary Society in Dublin the balance sheet showed well for the societys progress The chime of bells in the new tower of St Patricks at Dundalk and the clock which manipulates broughtIntoWith sincere regret is announced the deathof Tames OHeilly of agoheyearsbeganripe age of eightyfour Efforts are now being made by ten ants on one or two large estates In the County Louth to renew the negotiations for purchase which were broken off in consequence of tho ex traordinary demand put forward by the landlords twelve months ago District Inspector Howe for the past couple of years stationed at Dundalk has been promoted to the rank of County Inspector and pro moted to Longrord He had the repu tation of being a quiet gentlemanly man who did his work well and with out offense to any person In an action brought in the Record Court at Downpatrlck by James Mor gan of Newry against Constables John Grier and Thomas Leonard to recover damages for false imprison ment the jury found that a technical assault had been committed and awarded one farthing damages The support which time coasting steamers plying regularly between Derry Coleralne Belfast Dundalk Newry Drogheda Dublin and Wex ford are receiving is most encour aging and it is gratifying to learn that the full cargo capacity of the two steamships now performing the service is being availed of systematically The company has com pleted arrangements for their steam ers to call at Wicklow A railway accident occurred about four hundred yards from the Clare morris railway station on the main line to nan by which a farmer named Tames Moran of Newtown two miles from Claremorris lost his life The deceased was returning home from the fair of Ballindine and chose the railway track as a short cut and was overtaken by the train from Broadstone run over and cut in two The upper portion of the body was so multilated as to al most beyond recognition A cardriver named James Morris belonging to Keady was conveyed to Armagh County Infirmary with a ter rible wound on his head It appears he was discovered by some carters lying In a pool of blood about two miles from Keady on the Darkley road He drove to Keady put in his horse and went home and had his supper about 11 oclock He appears to have gone out of the house again and what took place after that is at present enshrouded in mystery He lies in a most precious condition Considerable regret was manifested among the people of the parish and surrounding district at the news of the transfer of the popular and hardworking priest from Carrlckma cross to take up his new appointment as parish priest of Tempo Father ONeill has been stationed in Carrick macross for the past fifteen years and during that long perid endeared him self to all who knew Him He was an zealous worker In the vineyard of the Lord and carries with him the affec tion and love of the people of his native town and parish ST GAUDEtf Is Claimed by America But Is a Native of ire- land St Gardens the famous sculptor is clamed by America but is a na tive of Ireland a fact probably un known by many until Ida recent ill ness brought forward as is usually the case bits of life history St Guudens is fiftyeight years oiu lIe wits born 1t Dublin of French and Irish parentage was brought to this country in infancy At thirteen he was apprenticed to a cameo cutter and the long training in this craft haul much to do with the delicacy of his later work thcfine feeling for relief for which he is noted After study of drawing at Cooper Institute and the Academy of Design he spent three years in Paris the first Amer leon sculptor to take such thorough French training St Gardens then Went to Rome he tnere produced Iris first figure Hiawatha Early in the 70s he returned to America Ills first important work was the sculptured decoration Adoration of the Cross in the chancel of St Thomas church New York and at this period he made several portraits in low relief Among his notable pro ductions are the monuments of Ad miral Farraput In Madison Square and of Gov Randall for the Sailors Snug Harbor the equestrian statue of Gen Sherman at the entrance of Central Park the statue called The Puritan in Springfield ass the simple and noble Lincoln statue in Lincoln Park Chicago the spirited equestrian statue of Logan in the same city and the famed Shaw mon ument in Boston SPECIAL SUNDAY The Y SI I special excursion to Frankfort will leave the First and Water street depot next Sunday morning at 845 oclock Time return ing train will leave Frankfort at 830- oclock Ladies are cspeclaljy in vited t0 make timEs triji with thdll triPIticketsanyotthC members llL FOK FENS BREWING Gi INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE K- YDRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREwING COMPAIITYixooxroaexaaTELEPHONE 4B2 LOIII9vILLIC X4 PABST BEERtt 1k ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley I and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely agad f TELEPHONE 1080 Louisviiie jtfrancii fourteenth and Jcnerson Sts Cumb Phone Haiti 1913 Home Phone 1913 T- HEWIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at nil leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent ffavar Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEE 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIgRSENS tY FINE DARIoC BEER n Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN E FRANK 600 WAITER taa Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY 15OLOUISVILLE TO EVANSVILLE OWENSBORO HENDERSON VIA HENDERSON ROUTE SUNDAY AUG 26 ASS THE AGENT Special Train Lv Union Station 745 a m SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VIA HENDE SON ROUTE To Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego HOA1ESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points and GREAT lORTHWEST Dates of Sale Sept IS to Oct 31 Ask us for full full information J H Gallagher Trav Pass AJtLldrwlnGenl Pass Agent Louisville Ky TYPHOID FEVER Alderman WHIian J OHearn was taken ill time first part of the week at his home ont West Broadway and on Wed nesday it was reported he was threatened whhttyphoidfever II legion of friends throughout the city are hoping he will escaju the dread disease tI i fi When on the Water Wagon try a bottle of Coca= Cola Then youll- understand of At all good Bars Groceries and Stasis HEBBMAM BROS IUlOB1JUUIo FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Reap tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 v 234 sixth Steed WINES LIQUORS lCMS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning frm fMto 1230 oclock J- 442VGRE N REs n n n i t- I1Irs j NTUOKY H AJWJ3RICANI HESPECIALSIjIj ens Soft Bosom and Plaited Bosom Fancy tSj all are 200 and 150 quality Now 1 Mens Fancy Lisle Half Hose 75c and 500 I quality Now 1I Mens Fancy Silk Four in Hand Ties 75C and oc quality NovI THE BIG STORE 115ll 33c33c cliIj 424 to 434 West III Market St between Fourth and Filth I I A MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO I OlJlfTBIANcOllE E CoursesPreparatory Commercial t Mathemathical and Classical ATIHBTICS AND PHYSICAL CUITURKCUsses uuder Prof Peter noquel with modern conveniences select ac are a strong feature Building equipped commodations for boarding students Courses thorough errcialBookCorrespondence and Commercial Law- ttAT111MATICALCouraelsadhect preparation for Mechanics Surveying and Snglnecring Civil Electrical Mechanical and tuning FOR TERMS ADDRESS Columbian College Owensboro Ky JnoMCooneyAMpfe Do You Want to Save SIOO On a Piano R THEN ATTEND OUR TEN DAYS SALE During this sale prices on every make Piano we handle will be cut p good and deep offering you a chance to secure High Grade Pianos al prices tbat will astonish you We are crowded to the doors and must make room for those that areIcoming in This sale is bona fide in every respect and if you come to our store and see what shape we are ia for space you will raedily see that what we say is true s sVisit the Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country M0NTENEGRO = RIEtlM MUSIC CO 6QSaaO FOURTH AVENUE SS s fme Ghas fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Jj finest of their kind in the city TO i BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + JM OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 434 w feffersolla StreetJ+ + + + + + + + + + + + BIOS x I I X X I I I I I HIMULLOYHI Premiums for coupons as Fine Rocking Chair followsii10plece Toilet Sot for 44plece Tea Set for 24 coupons 100plece Dinner Set or 56 coupons Delightful ice tea fine black green or mixed tea to make it with at 45c pound MULLOYCOFFEE J r3TIxEI1Tnomeraone1333 J+ JH 111+HHI X I HHIKII X H X H I X luH HHIIMIMH HHHIH IHHI 111 THE NORTON GOFFEL 60 IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEESr IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS fit MainfitJ1 11 I 1 Hul H 1 I 1 +1 +1 1 HIII1IH 1 II t 1 I X 11 I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 J 1 1 1 I H u I I I I I I OUR SPECIALTY 8Year Old Cleubrook I Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart f WM BORGMANN TIIWINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 214210218 SEVENTH YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD L BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy Payments i h Diamond and Jewelry Credit Coi oI 30F VV MAIIZT STR33iIfiT j M4BYpsrtAoeouctetEducates o I t1II a Whiskey Young People For Buslnees Good Empkiymmt andSYCCepa- 1c CAU en WMTC OR ruu WTOBMATIOH s YIIM MIiw11MC UWBUEW L p i I I Business Collie11 CrreeVe7 eKIie 1ee1L1rr VeVViieVeee e e e- eCL IiANUP SALE OF BLUE DRESS SKIRTSBl- ue Iis a favorite shade ini dress skirts becauseit is dressy for either street or dress wear and can be worn with almost any color shirt waist 0The decree of fashion so declares itfashion followers accept it Thats why we sell and buy more blue dress skirts than any other kind We have on sale 300 Blue Dress Skirts in all the favorite shades of blue and on each HURDiYOU SAVE MORE TITAN A trimmingiThe styles are right up to the minutethe tailoring and were done by deft fingers who understand the art of pleasing tastes 0 even the most fastidious The materials are the preferred kinds such 0 300 Blue Dress Skirts 198 400 Blue Dress Skirts 298 I r BACON SON I MARKET SREETBEiTHIRD AND FOURTH OO BEST LECTURE Ever Heard by Trinity Council Delivered by Dr Beutel Trinity Council Y M I met Monday f evening and heard the report o Financial Secretary John J Sullivan Jr showing 400 members on the council roster and the treasury iiin good financial condition Preside A P Martin John J Sullivan Sr and T J Garvey made a report of their trip to Carrollton After a fen other council matters of minor inn portance had been disposed of Dr 0 I Ueutel delivered an entertain Ing and very instructive lecture 01 n the genital organs The doctor not only illustrated his lecture with charts instruments and pictures but invited the membera to ask questionI on points that they did no thoroughly understand This lectur- of Dr lleutcls was far anti away the best of anyever heart at the council and it 1ms been suggested that Mack in Council should invite him to repeat it at one of their meetings Edward Kelty has been chosen ti deliver the lecture next Monda evening and Vestments of thc Church has been selected for 11IsI topic The entertainment committeei for the Trip Around the World t be given at the club house for thc week commencing September 23 re ported that they had secured a 501 o Unities llros piano from the Monte negroIUehm Music Company for the first prize In the popularity contest began last evening The piano will1 be placed on exhibition at the club house and a duplicate in thc show window of the music company A ladles fiftydollar suit and a forty dollar diamond brooch pin have been secured for the other prizes Time pin can he seen at Urunns jewelry store while the suit winner can have choice of a line at J Bacon Sons BENEDICTINES Have Purchased Land For Headquarters in Idaho According to the Lewiston Idaho Tribune the Benedictines have pur chased OCO acres of land two mile east of the city where they will found a religious colony Plans tha- will involve the expenditure of about 1000000 in handsome college convents and necessary buildings have been made It will become the headquarters for the Benedictines of the western part of the United States The place was selected on account ol its healthy climate productive sotl anti natural surroundings One of time three buildings proposed will be a convent for the Benedictine nuns who are largely engaged as throughout the West The land pur chased by the Benedictines is well1 situated and its natural beauty evil- be l improved It is understood that work on the new buildings will begin Immediately and before anothe- summer passes the religious will have taken possession of their new home The paper adds that there is great rejoicing among the citizen- over their good fortune in havin the Benedictines come among ANNUAL PICNIC The annual outing of the people ot- St Anthonys congregation will attract many people to Phoenix Hill Park next Monday afternoon and night For several weeks the ar rangements have been in the hands of Messrs John Schulten Ben Sehie man John Heer Henry Ellcrs Frank Senn Henry Every Philip ckermann Joe Sibler Joseph Sayers Henry Jfadonf Herman Vesselo and John Wilma who will provide an interesting and varied programme of amusements including many attrac tlons of a novel and unique charac ter Dinner and supper will be served by the ladles of the congregation and an excellent meal is promised Streetcars will leave Twentythird and Market at 0 oclock in the morn Ingand will carry One children tothe- park without change of cars For the old people there will be some- eshgeial xeaiureannda good timer c U 500 Blue Dress Skirts 398 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O ii- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy ClinesfKee- nan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street WalshtSergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretarYJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kenney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday MonthtWelsheVice President John Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole man Financial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArms1homas Noon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph Lw Lenihan Recording SecretaryFrank P Burke OSullievan 1520 Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleasou VicePresidentMicbael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretarYJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinney Sergeantatarms John E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y ovr I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentCharles S Raidy First Vice President Louis J Kieffer PatttonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland ConespondingSecretaryFrankLanaban Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber Marshal Jaraes L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella DIG SALE OP TICKETS sTickets for Bon Ami day at Fontaine Ferry Park Thursday August 23 are being rapidly disposed of and indica tions point to a big crowd on that day at this popular pleasure resort Special forthat day particulars of which will be speldallyl thscommittee in charge being W P McDon gogh John J Barry Albert F Martin Charles S Raidy Louis J Kieffer and George Ci Francies SPECIAL MEETING Mackin Council held a special meet speakerls for the joint debate to be held with Sarto Council of Owensboro at Mackin Council hall on Sunday afternoon September Iff Robert T Burke and Charles I Cate were selected as Mackina repre sentative C K of ALife insurance is consld ered an absolute necessity to those who have dear ones depending upon them because it secures to the family a continuance of the family loaf in the event of death of the provider Eracthl Cath olio ought favor a Catholic Insurance Order such as the Catholic Knights of AmericaWrite to President Felix Oandin New Orleans La or to Secretary Anthony Jatre MermpdJaccard Building St Louis Mo We dim j fille job printing at reasonable I priced Give IM a trial n o1 1 750 Blue Dress 4 Skirtsi GOOD IDEA Division 3 Urged to Introduce Irish Literature at Meetings Division 3 held nn unusually well attended and Interesting meeting Monday night with Magistrate Su11l van occupying the chair of President Welsh who was unavoidably absent as were also Vice President Henries and Secretary Dougnerty The most important features of the meeting related to the introduction of Irish literature at meetings the recent and the coming convention and the conning initiation of new members with timely remarks by Magistra e Sullivan Alderman George Butte r and Patrick Holly The division obligated James app1lentlonsMacentegart Michael Sheehan aroused considerable enthusiasm by the announcement that the assets iot the division were now fully 13w which led to the appointment of Pat promisesfurther increase he division finances Time Visiting Committee reported that County President Thomas who was stricken withQuinn fever was slowly recovering and that on Tuesday he would leave the city to spend several weeks iin Shelbyville in the hope of being re stored to perfect health BIG IRISH DAY New Albany and Jefferson vlllc to Celebrate at Glenwood The Hibernians of Xcw Albany and Teffersouville are planning1 a mono ster celebration for the IrishAmei leans of Southern Indiana nnd for this purpose have secured Glemvoo Park for Thursday August 23 There is in each city a splendid division ot pastthebeen discussed at meetings with the result that committees hove been appointed and are now pushing the arrangements for the event longlistbe that some noted IrishAmerica athletes will contest in special events It is also intended to have dancing Including reels hornpipes and jigs to close with the oldtimi Irish breakdown in which well known people of the Falls Cities will participate This occasion should at tract a crowd of several thousand FONTAINE PERRY PARK The Royal Hawaiian Band will be Fontaine Ferry Parks star attraction for next week will be time biggest free attraction ever brought to a local park for no admission will be chargedto the concerts to be held ench afternoon and evening There are sixty musicians in this band and it is more versatile than any similar JollyPanewill be the headliners of the week ir ethe park theater Her talking and singing dolls have learned many new stunts and the performance is sold to be better titan ever Palfrey and Hoetler are comedy and acrobatic cyclists who are said to offera novel specialty The Avon Comedy Four isI booked for the week with a funny sketch and there will be ojher good acts and the bill conclude with the kinedrome SYith such strong feat urea as the band and the vaudeville bill and with the roller rink and all expectedthatson will flock to the park during the coming week PRIVATE DANCE The Bachelors Club will entertain their friends with a prlvate dance Ilt Fontaine Ferry Park next Friday evening from 8530 to 12 oclock This laa nonsubscription affair and no one will be admitted without an invitation Time four jolly bachelors frqm whom the club derives its name are Will Daly Gus Vacca John D01and and Louis Kieffer r I I I GREAT OF SALE REXMATTRESSES iTPat Sept 1 1003 Oct111006 U REX MATTRESS Guarantee The material in this InnerTufted Mattress is secured in position by 352 stitches and will retain its symmetrical form It is positively guaranteed not to become lumpy None genuine without our registered trade mark 4Chas A Fisher Co + 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