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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i KENTUCKY IRISn AMERICAN 4VOLUME XVIINO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST IS 1906 PRICE FIVE GENTS YIMIIIII- Grand Council of tho Kentucky Jurisdiction Meets Next e Week Notable Gathering of Catholic Young Men Tomorrow at Frankfort Reports Will Show That All Councils Have Made Progressitx INTEREST IN ELECTION OF OFFICERS The annual convention of the Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute of the Kentucky jurisdlc rI DR JOSEPH REARDON President of the Grand Council s tlon will open at Frankfurt tomor row with the meeting of the Board of Grand Directors Monday morn ing the Grand officers delegates and visitors will march to th Church of the Good Shepherd where a high muss will be sung by the pastor the Rev Thomas Major af ter which the convention will be called to order in the handsome hall of Lambert Young Coune4lbsUraml4 President Reardon There will be morning and afternoon sessions and the business of the convention will be concluded on Tuesday The gath ering will be a notable one and will bo representative of the Catholic Young Men of Kentucky Tennessee and Missouri the three States included in the jurisdiction Arrangements have been made for the entertainment and comfort of all who attend The three councils of Louisville have arranged for a special train over the Louisville S Nashvillo that will leave at 843 and arrive in Frankfort in time for din ner The afternoon and evening will be given over to receptions trolley rides and visits to points of interest Sarto Council of Owens born will send a urge delegation which will join the Louisville crowd an will also those from New Haven and Lebanon Lexington Newport Covington anti Bellevue will be well represented and the members from those cities will come by special trainsThe Young Mens Institute was never before so strong numerically ar at present Reports submitted to the Grand officers show the dif ferent councils have overflowing treasuries and all are increasing in membership Particularly is this the case here in Louisville where a great interest in the order has been awakened During the past year Trinity Council under the able lend ership of President Martin has forged to the front and now leads the jurisdiction with a membership reaching toward 500 In addition to this satisfactory advancement is being made with the new 18000 club house the foundation for which was laid and paid for last fall Next comes Mackin Council which hopes to soon pass its rival in the East End Barry Council of Lexington maintains the strong position it al ways held and Sarto of Owensboro and Chickasaw of Memphis show remarkable gains as compared with former years The other councils have kept in line with the progress made and now the Kentucky juris diction is one of the most important factors between Pennsylvania and California Kentucky responded nobly to the San Francisco appeal for relief and the aggregate sum forwarded will Ill announced at the conventionIn societies Is there so much interest taken In the election of officers as in the Y M I Its membership includes men who are natural politicians and who al ways put up a vigorous fight for their respective candidates This year the contest for the Grand Presidency seems to He between Grand Vice President Albert F Martin and John J Crottyboth of Louisville Each possesses ability of a high order and would make a splendid executive head but it now looks that the former will be a inner The next office of greatest im portance is that of Grand Secretary and for this the aspirants are Edwin Dawson the present Incumbent anti Cwpt Lutkemeier of Frankfort The r former has made a splendid record enatitled to Indorsement by reeleetlont Mackin Council will pre enttlie name of James Shelley for one of the Supreme eleglLtInd claims- J J I w to now have votes enough pledged to Ihsure his election The frienus of John J Sullivan and they are in every council of the jurisdiction have determined to send him ns the other With two such experienced representatives luster would be shed on our Grand Council and the order The other offices of which there are quite a number will we equitably distributed and nil councils rec ognized Two pleasing features of the con vention will be the trolley ride and outing nt the Country Club and the banquet at the Capital Hotel at which the most brilliant men in order will respond to time theI From all reports a great time Is In More for those who attend this con vention BECOMING EXCITING Membership Contest Bring ing Results to Mackin Council Muckln Council had a big meeting Tuesday night and the filing of nine more applications by Capt lien Reid and his men created much enthusiasm and greatly excited the team led by lames Mullarkey If the present rate is kept up Mackin will soon be far in the lead of all other councils and this seems to be the object of the present movement Be sides this five names previously presented were balloted for with fa vc ruble results Officer 15 W Gal- way was reported able to return to his duties and now there is no one on the sick list A letter thanking the council for the scholarship awarded the parochial school at Nolln was received from the pastor of the Sacred Heart church at that place The council received an invitation tt the ShaughnessyWolf wedding nest Wednesday which was accept ed and the Secretary instructed to send a letter to the worthy couple wishing them a long life of happi ness and success Magistrate Pat rick Sullivan delivered the address of the evening Whats In a Neme being his subject Beginning with St Patrick he spoke entertaingly tilt he came to the time of Father EDWIN DAWSON Secretary of the Graud Council Mackin for whom the council was named and in eloquent words urged that the members see to that fi suitable monument be placed over his grave Thomas Bachman spoke on Filthier Ryan the poet priest and the questions were answered by B Itechtenwald and Charles Cate Be cause of the Grand Council next week the intellectual exercises will be omitted Tuesday night Mackin Council voted tq have a band for the trip to Frankfort to morrow and all who can are requested to meet at the club house before 8 oclock from where they will proceed to the train at First anti Water streets- FRENCH BISHOPS Approve Protest Against the Usurpation of Church- Propery The Osservatore Romano Tuesday published the French Bishops reply unanimously and entirely approving the terms of the Popes encyclical l against the separation of Church and State The document begins with nn expression of the Bishops satisfaction relative to the first as semblyof the entire French epic copate for a century marking the historic hour which returns to the Churchof France one of its dearest liberties The Bishops express their gratitude for the opportunity afforded to show their unanimousI patriotism faith and submission to the Topes will and recognizes the Papal encyclical as a monument oft divine and human wisdom which after judging condemns the separa tion law The Bishops declare themselves happy that they have been judged worthy to Buffer for the faith und add With you Holy principles 1 and State Without previous eon sultation with the head of the Church with you we protest against the sacrilegious usurpation of eccle siastical property We await the future with eyes turned towardI Rome The reply concludes with the hope that the Pope kwiU safeguard the rIghts of France as the eldest daughter of the Church and alqo the privileges of Ithe protectorate of the Catholics lu tbeOri ntIn C7 FIFTY YEARS Festivities That Will Nark Three Golden Jubilees at St Johns Record of Very Rev L Bnx Without Parallel In America For Half a Century Has Ho Served Faithfully and Well I THE PROGRAMME FOR EACH DAY Tomorrow morning at St Johns Iti1tlllre I IIl FRANK G ADAMS Chiirman Board of Grand Directors jubilee celebration without parallel in this country that will continue for three days For fifty lonjf years l ns the venerable and Very Lev Lawrence Jinx faithfully and well 1 served the people of that congrega j tion baptizing their children and 1 tlelr childrens children administer j ing to them their first holy commu nion later joining them in time holy 1C JlITh pXlV ulockjajulfinally ad ministering sacrament and1 preparing thenfor the journey into eternity I Hut few recognize the significance I of a blessed pastorate of fifty I years of one church by one and the ji same pnstor Father Deppen has J well said that behind those fifty years of imbroKeii pastorate is history ppjtoral history embraclve orJJ cne1ilf the history of an historical diocese and the venerable pastor iiI I I part and no small part of that history For weeks past the ladies of the Altar Society and the Sodality of the Messed Virgin niid the men of the St Vincent de Paul Society have been busy with preparations for the festivities of the three jubilee celebrations with which this event will be observed The pro gramme is an elaborate one and nothing has been left undone that i would add to its splendor in ex hibiting the love and veneration ii which the good pastor is held by both clergy and laity Not the least imposing feature will bo the presence of the Uniform Rank of the Catholic Knights and the Knights of St John in their full uni forums under tIle direction of Major Gen Kadeski who comes to Louis rule for this special occasion The jubilee will begin tomorrow morning when it is expected Bishop McCloskey will assist and that many other prelates will be present The solemn mass at 10 oclock in thanksgiving for blessings received during the fifty years pastorate of time beloved jubilarlan will be celebrated by him One hundred children to gether with the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society from the different conferences and the Uni formed Knights will form an escort to the Right Reverend Bishop and the officiating and visiting clergy The sermon will be preached by the eloquent Father Vincent Trost O F M of St Boniface church A grand Gregorian musical programme has been specially arranged for this service but the Kyrie Gloria Creao and Agnus Del will be Mercedantes At the end of the mass the Te Deum will be intoned and taken up by the choir anti congregation the proces sion in the meanwhile returning to the rectory in the order that it came There will be no tickets of admission and after pewholders are seated the public will be admitted Monday morning the solemn mass will be sung in thanksgiving for the blessings bestowed by God on the societies connected with St Johns for fifty years and those organized later all of which were Instituted and have been under his spiritual guidance Rev Thomas J Jenkins years ago assistant priest at St Johns but now stationed at New trope will preach the thanksgiving sermon at this mass On Tuesday there will Be a thanks giving mass for all those who in the past fifty years were baptized instructed und married by Father flax The Rev John T Hill of the Cathedral Secretary to Bishop Mc Closkey and q child of the congre gation and baptized and instructed by the pastor will preach the ser mon on this occasion The reverend clergy otthe dloc sewho will be the special guests of Father Uax on Tuesday will be met at ihe rectory at1t oclocki and accompanied bran 1 Q j escort ns on Sunday will enter the church and occupy front seats in the center aisle i oclockI ALBERT F MARTIN Louisvilles Choice for Grand President n members of time congregation win departed this life dur incr time pastor ate of the reverend jt bjlarian There have been zanycelebra thins during the past half century of St Johns parish from which ninny others have be n molded but none that In nnywist approach the present one mil th s interest felt In its observance is i ot confined to time city or Stat but extends throughout the cotta ry The Ken tacky Irish America i joins in tit hope that Father Ba c may be long spared to them C TA U Brilliant Scenes Attend the Large COnve tlon in Provide ce The thirtysixth an mnl convention of the Catholic Tefal Abstinence Union which was 1 eld lust week was a memorable ev nt in the history of Providence he local union had worked earnestl to arouse the citizens and especial the Catholics to a realization of t ic great honor that was about to be conferred upon them by the coming f the delegates from nil parts of the Union anti the people warmly responded to the efforts of the local uiiiqli Even where commendation was Jngt to be expect ed the delegates experienced an un hoped for consideration and 1kind ness that gave prooftiorothanany thing else of the salutary Influence their presence had created In Prov idence Time stores of the citywere gayly decorated to Welcome time del egates and the interest manifested ii their work by large numbers who reviewed the street processions and who attended the open rally held in Infantry Hall on Thursday evening nil contributed to make the stay of the delegates in Providence enjoyable for themselves rand fruitful for the cause of total abstinence National Secretary Logue reported tint the national body represented 001 local societies throughout the breadth of the country with a mem bership of over 100000 The following national officers were elected for the ensuing year President Right Rev J F Regis Canevin Pittsburg First Vice Pres ident Rev J J Curran Wilkesbnrre Second Vice President Rev Austin R OToole Providence Third Vice President Miss Leonora Lake St Louis Treasurer Rev J T Coffey St Louis Secretary J Washington Logue Philadelphia CENTRAL COMMITTEE Annual Celebration Adds Nice Sum to Treasury Fund The regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America was held Friday night at St Marys Hall with a very fair atcndance of members President McGinn presided nnd all were In their chairs Only business ot a routine nature was transacted THOMAS J GARVEY Member Board of Grand Director the greater part of the time being consumed in receiving returns from time annual celebration Chairman Higgins reported all bills paid and the amount turned over to Charles Falk will swell the treasury to large proportions As severalbrauclmes- remain to be heard from a final statement will not be made till the next meeting No man ever share the seUeete m of Ills neighbor I BIGONEIP- reparing For the Hibornla Convention to Be Hold at Paris Will Comprise Greatest Number of Delegates Assembled in Years The Ladies Auxiliary Will Also Play an Important Part SPECIAL TRAIN FROM THIS CITY The coming State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which will hold its opening session at WILLIAM P MDONOGH Will Represent Satolli Council Paris on Monday September 2 prom ises to be the largest and most im portunt since the foundation of this grand old Irish Catholic society hi- Kentucky thirty years ago From Louisville Covington Newport and Ashland it is intended to run specials and there will be such a gath ering in the pretty Bourbon county metroplis as was never witnessed before It will be gratifying to the entire membership to learn that the State Chaplain the Right Rev Camillas P Macs Bishop of Covington will be present at the convention and will also be the celebrant of the solemn higli mass on the opening day Front resident Grace it is learned that the citizens of Paris nre making elaborate preparations for the en tertainment of the delegates and visitors 1 They will be met at Lexington by a special truln of interurbaii ears and taken through the beautiful Bluegrnss country to Paris where the conTention will be in session for at least two days There will be no desire to rush the business and all givencnreftiltention of the present State officers to submit recommendations that will increase the membership in those cities where divisions now ex ist and also to institute new ones iI throughout the State In addition to the reception anti entertainment i being arranged for the event there delegatelllundI For the convenience of those from I Louisville a committee of the County I Board will arrange for a special coach over the Chesapeake Ohio railroad at greatly reduced fare The train will leave the Seventh street depot at 810 Sunday morn ing giving those who wish an opportunity to spend a day in Lexington It is expected that large numbers will take advantage of this oppor tunityState President Thomas Keenan was seen this week and said the Ancient Order of Hibernians stands today as the morning star of our Irish Catholic topes and filial af fection standing for the fatherhood ot God and brotherhood of man It Ja the largest society in the world of one nationality and religion and In this country numbers over 200000 There has he said been a sub stantial Increase in our membership in Kentucky though not all that time State officers had hoped for When I cane Into office there was not an auxiliary in Vie State but now there are four flourishing branches one here in Louisville at Covington Purls Ashland and onef being organ ied at Newport The net gain of the four local divisions has been small Imt those of the Covington and New port bodies have been almost phe nomenal Kentucky has now eight flnnnIcedthe prospects for the future of our organization were never brighter I More work Would have beet don but for the fact that It was impossible eIII for time State officers who ONII stationed so far apart to leave their I homes and business at the same I time and for this reason I will recommend that hereafter the State President and State Secretary be lo opted in the same county Our con largellattendand the State Board has about com wlllProeterest As at our last convention held at Covington we will havewlth UB our State Chaplain the Right R8v Bishop Mass who will address iPy 11 1 t the delegates and visitors on the first tiny When asked if he would be a can didate for reelection President Keenan answered No that would proobits than two terms in succession However I would not have been n candi date being the only President ever honored with two terms and I feel nayoneForhighest regard and appreciate their earnest work in behalf of the orderMuch interest is being manifested in the election of officers that will tnke place but who the candidates will be is not yet known The senti ment would Indicate that men will be chosen because of their fitness and ability mid if this proves true KentuckyIlibernianisum Quite a number of prominent members in this city have been invited to respond to toasts and sing at the banquet and some of them lire now preparing themselves for the event NOVEL FEATURES Will Be Introduced at St Pauls Picnic at Phoenix Hill The congregation of St Pauls Itoman Catholic church will hold their annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Inrkau Monday September 3 Labor tiny afternoon mud evening and are trying if possible to make It a bigger success than the ones held in previous years It is a notable fact that Father Yorks picnic as it lis popularly called has always been u synonm for big crowds in fact he has time record for holding the Inrgest church picnic of recent years Time committee in charge have ar ritnged several special features for the picnic which are innovations in their line some among them being n prize drill between the Uniform Rank C lof A mill time Knights o+ St John n bowling contest between the Kentucky Irish American tram champions of the Falls City League and Trinity Counicl team champions of the Y MI I League JOHN J CROTTY Chairman Louisville Joint Committee also a baby show from 3 to 4 oclock the afternoon when ten dollars IIIl gold will be given to the hand boy baby between the ages of one and three years and ten dol mars in gold to tho handsomest girl baby of the slime age- I The ladies of the congregation have arranged to serve a grand banquet in the afternoon and evening aT twentyfive cents per plate Pur chasers of admission tickets will be entitled to a chance in the drawing of twenty handsome prizes the first prize being a full blooded Kentucky steed runabout and harness com plete Time lucky winner of this prize can surely be congratulated as This is one of the handsomest prizes ever offered at an affair of tills kind Tickets of admission to the park are twentyfive cents and children under twelve years of age accompanied by parents will be ad mitted free GOOD MEETING Auxiliary Delegates and Al ternates to Hibernian Convention The Ladles Auxiliary of time Ancient Order of Hibernians met Wednesday evening at their hall in the Hopkins Theater building with President Miss Mary Sheridan In the chair and Miss Ella OConnell acting as Recording Secretary in the ab sence of Mrs Rose Kelly who is ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital After several routine matters hall been disposed of the election of delegate anti alternates to the Ancient Order Hibernian convention at Paris next month took place with the fol lowing result Miss Mary Sheridan Miss Eliza beth King Mrs Rose Kelly Miss Dora McGlnfy and Miss Rose Sweeney were chosen as delegates and Mr Mary Clines Miss Bertha King Mrs Daniel Dougherty Mrs Williams M Higgins and MIss Mar garet CaJIulian were elected alter natesState President Miss Mary Cor coran and County President Miss Ella OConnell and also a great mnny of the auxiliary members will I accompany the delegation as a num her of social features have been arranged for the benefit of the ladle Time sick committee reported Miss iMamie Curran Miss Emma Pryor Mrs lIr J Heffernan and Mrs JRows Kelly on the sick list and urged auxiliary members to ylrit themJ S ENCYCLICAL Issued bv Holy Father Urge Organization by French Bishops r Thoy Will Thereby Prevent Sep aration of Church and State Deferred Action Through Char itable Feeling For French Nation ATROCIOUS WAR AGAINST RELIGION The text of the Popes long expect1ed encyclical to the Archbishops and f Bishops of France concerning their CHARLES S RAID Delegate From Mackin Council future conduct in view of the enact ment of the laws providing for time separation of Church and State ap peared in the Osservntore Romano Tuesday It refers to the previous encyclical condemning the general principles of the law and says the time has arrived to indicate what should be done to df1MkMtiJ serve religion in France We deferrj1 th JcrcJlcnl con tmues our cleCision importance of this gravequestion anti particularly through n charit able feeling for time great services your nation has rendered tho Church Having heretofpre con dunned this iniquitous law we ex tmlned with the greatest care Its articles to see if they permitted the organization of religious life in Prance without jeopardizing the stlered principles of the church After approving the recommendations of the French hierarchy disap proving of the low the encyclical any s Therefore concerning cult ural associations such as the law prescribes we decree absolutely that they can nd be formed without a violation of the sacred rights which are the life itself of the crurch Putting therefore aside these associations which our con science forbids us to approve it is opportune to examine if some other kind of organization both legal and canonical can avert the threatened dangers to the church But as this hope foils us lie continues anti the law rennin as It is we declare it is not permissible to try this other lkind of associations do not estab so long ns they lish In the most legal anti the most positive way that the divine constitution of the church the immutable rights of the Roman Pontiff and the Bishops and their authority over the temporal affairs of time church particularly the snored edifices will be irrevocably protected by such as sociations We can not wish other wise without betrayingour sacred charge and producing time ruin of the church in France The document urges the Bishops to adopt all means within the law to organize their forces assuring them of the Papal cooperation and sup port It is not difficult the encyclical says to forsee time recrim iinations which the enemies of the church will make against pur Ares cut decree They will seek to per suade the people that we do not seek the salvation of the church but that the form of the republic in France is odious to us We denounce with indignation such Insinuations as false Time makers of these laws have not fought separation hat oppressionm While affirming their desire for atrociouspt war against religion They n brand of the most violent discord thus arraying one citizen against another to the great detriment of pub lie welfare We have submitted lave tiently to Injustice through of the French nation and are finally asked to overstep the last limits of our apostolic duty and we declare our inability to overstep thejn Let the responsibility rest with those whose hatred has gone to sucli extremes Tho Pope counsels against ecdl ticus or violent action sand says firmness will give better results than violence United action he BOJJ can be learned trout those who h imposed the stigma of thlscrimj law upon the nation Ii the encyclical says In hard trial for France 14 defending1 the supreme the country the salty church is far from desnl contrary It is to be hi rnisedJprosperous height z r KENTUOKY XRISJI AlVIERJCAN IUGKY IRISH flMERIGflU to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americans TUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS ussCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PSR YEAR SINULB COPY 5- CfIto04 at the LodsllIo Postoffice aS SocolldCtln Matter 1ddieesaiCommasicatloastothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 Welt Orcen Slml TRADES U18Et UNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 18 1906 Y M1I There are many societies of Catholics today but none more worth of commendation than the Young Mens Institute This orgnnlzntioi has been n power for good among wherever Instituted ol 4the young which tile Kentucky jurisdiction fur Wishes ample evidence Kellgloiw anti patriotic developing mind and body and all that is best In young manhood its work has just begun The annual convention of the Grand Council at Frankfort next week will be an important one and tare should b taken in its deliberations The Kentucky Irish American knows the caliber of the men who will compose r that bodyand has no hesitancy In congratulating the jurisdiction on the outcome of this session of the Grand Council THE CITY HOSPITAL The City Hospital investigation iis oven Like nil public investigation it disclosed a good many things thnt the public should know and at tin same time proved that manyof the charges were untrue On the whole to manengement of Superintendent Vogt While it wits shown that a conditioni of affairs existed there which should not at the same time no dlscredi Y can reasonably be cast upon tin Superintendent for it is evident he did the best he could under the ell cumstances There may bo need fort new hospital or the old proven repaired anti renovated may be malt modern and meet the requirements These are questions of public inter est that require attention nut without reflecting in any way whatsoever on the present manage ment or those in authority who rp posed the Superintendent it is our candid opinion that the City lies punt management should be talent Speakingtlzei ZITost important phase of the Los pttal question at this time The management and control of a public Jnktitution like this should be re roved OH far as possible from the influence of politics and the pol iticians As long as a political party has the appointment of the Superintendent and a control over the hospital we will not have the ef ficient management and good re cults that would be obtained from n management free from such Influ- enceR e Compare the management of this Institution to that of the various infirmaries in Louisville and notice the difference Thenshould be a nonpolitical board of sonic kind composed of physicians and business men to control the affairs of that institution They should all be taxpayers and have the power to np point the Superintendent nil re move him for cause They should also have general supervision over nil the affairs of the institution These members should be elected by the General Council for a term Other public hospitals in the country wo are informed are managed f liy such boards successfully The citizens favor such a method of man ngement Under such regulations better results would be obtained and there would not be those periodical rumors and charges of scandal and corruption THE LID Mayor IJtirth has withdrawn the privilege granted by him to cer t tain parties to raise the lid on SundntThe Board of Safety has relternted its order that hotels must hot sell Minks with meals and the Mayor will nbt further interfere While the masses of the people seem opposed to this tlid business they want the law applied to all alike There should bo no favoritism or discrimination SOCIALIST FOR CONGRESS The Socialists of Louisville thank cxthere are not manyof them inye nominated Charles Dobbs as their candidate from this district Thltflfi the same Dobbs whose sentlr jtnenls expressed In an address be fore the American Federation of lialiprtiere some years ago were received with feelings of resentment tind dlhgwit Friends of labor should member that in this age tim great kperll of the worklngman is the troffuev Incessantly going about In every ear words that iailsfied with their lot Vted angels In heaven and go he tempted k a and disaster follow t ille willl bq repeategf rfcingri people give this antiAmerican movement any en couragement Another exhibition of the love the English have for the United States was given Tuesday night at Bayonne J During a performance In a theater in that citya Britisher named James Pierre hissed the Stars and Stripes as theywere waved by one of the performers at the conclusion of n song almost causing tr riot In the Police Court the following day Pierre was fined S25 by the Judge who was a mem her of the audience and witnessed lilt disreputable act This is an incident that is given little space In the columns of our proEnglish press Gay Higgins the stalwart young llepublican Governor of Xew York defeated hors Ouchl at the meeting of the republican State Committee lust Wednesday when the friends of the former were victorious in select hug Saratoga for their State con vention on September 15 the same dny selected by the Democrats for their State convention which will be held at Buffalo Judge Oallowoy has declared un constitutional the net of the Legis lature approved March 23 1905 which redistricts the legislative dis Inlets of the State This reclsion affects Louisville and the result oft the appeal that will be taken to the Court of Appeals will be awaitedI with no little Interest RISEN FROM ASHES Academy of St Catherine ofr Now Sienna Ready For Pupils The Kentucky Irish American takes pleasure in announcing thatl tIle new St Catherines Academy near Springfield is now ready to receive pupils It will be remembered that on the night of January 2 1004 the build i eggs were devoured by flames utter nn existence of more thanI eighty years Nothing daunted the management set to work mud today their doors are again open The buildings constructed of brick with stone trimmings occupy one of tits highest points in Washington county anti afford n plentiful sup ply of sunshine plenty of air nut pimty of light Their equipment is everything a modern building should have Improved plumbing steam heat electric light protection promotingIrenltltvenience no school In the country can surpass the new St Catherines cheerfullyfurnished Mother Superior BON AMI DAY At Fontaine Ferry Park Next Thursday Afternoon and Night FerryParkgives promise of bringing the banner crowd of the season nt this popular pleasure resort as the committee In charge report a large sale of tickets Special attractions for that day have pleasebthtention has been paid to the dancing programme and all lovers of the speciallylookedOn account of special inducements offered by the park management for the outside sale of tickets the com mittee particularly Bequests that In tending purchasers of tickets secure them from the members who are W P McDonough John J Barry Albert F Martin Chas S Buddy Louis J Kleffer and George Frauds The dance committee is composedof FrankI P Burke John X Kimbcrger D G Gleeson Albert D Gregg John J Grogan and Will Daly READY FOR DEBATE After an interesting preliminary trial iMackin Council has selected Messrs Jtobert T Burke the rising young attorney and Charles Cate of the Louisville Nashville rail road as Its representatives In the debate to beheld with Santo Coun cil of Owensboro on Sunday afternoon September 16 The subject Is time World Growing Morally Worse gives latitude for n wide urge of thought and will doubtless prove Instructive The debate will- ie held In Mackinri large hall but whether the public can be admitted remains as yet undecided HAPPY FATHER A 1imnTlsbmc son has come to gladden the honeof Mr and Mrs Frank Sennt 2117 West Main street rlwe genial and goodnatured Vice President or the Consumers Com 1 resWentof time Consumers Com puny hay been receiving hand alt week from hishost arinjhI PUM- yt t i SOCIETY I Miss Katherine Moran will speno i next week with friends in Kashvlll Miss Eva Ilaldy is spending tllC heated season with friends at Ma ison Miss Ella Sweeney has been spend ling the week with friends at Leb anon I Miss Celia Grogan of Portland is I In Nashville for a visit of lIeeral weeks Miss Ella Kearns of South Lou vllle Tins been visiting friends In Cincinnati Mr John I Cassllly has gone to New York and Boston on a trip of two weeks Miss Hilda Gorman of Indianapolis is the guest of friends in Jef fersonville Miss Florence Mnttingly who 1mB been visiting friends at Lebanon Ims returned home Miss Mary M Cassln and Miss r Lawler are spending several weekR at OrarsonSpringR John Kimberger will leave tonlgli for St Louis and the West to IIpend a much needed vacation Henry Besten and wife and children are spending a month iIn New York anti the East Mr and Mrs John T Rodgers will leave Monday for a two weeks trill to the lakes of Michigan William J Laffeyof Memphii Tenn was here for several days viis lUng friends and relatives Miss Nellie Egan of Sellcrsbur was this week the guest of M- Alice 111 McCarthy in Jeffersonville Miss Mary filcher of the lug lands will leave September 1 for St Marys College to attend school A E Balm has gone on a vncath to Atlantic City New York another places of interest in the Eas Miss Mary dines of SeventeentIl street will go to Pewee Valley ncxt week for a visit with Miss Cornel LeeMiss Agnes Garrittyof 2514 Grif flths avenue leaves today for a tel1 mays visit to New York and Atlanti City Mrs Mary J Daly Is home fro111 Lexington after a delightful vis1 Mrs William Kricg cr South Mi street Miss Josephine Kenof Pop street left Wednesday for a visit tc Atlantic City and other Easter points Misses Annabelle and Mary Cor coran of 1723 Wes Broadway arc spending a couple of weeks in the countryMiss Jennie Berry who was the guest of Miss Mayme Higgins Iiiu- I Oakdale has returned to her horn at Noun John Gorman and wife of Sout Louisville have gone on a fiftee days trip to Chicago St Paul amI the lakes Mr John F Oetken entertained a- party of bowling friends with n- Stag supper Tuesday evening nt the Old Inn Mrs John Burkholder 1624 Twelfth street has as her guest this week her cousin Mrs Helena Richards of St Marie Ill Messrs Harry Nehan and Edwan Lex are expected home today iron Atlantic City where they spent the pest ten days Mrs Martin Phelan Jr of Sew Decatur Ala is visiting here as the guest of Mrs John Itiehm of 1103 Highland avenue Attorney Thomas Walsh has re turned to his law practice after an extended visit to friends at his oh house in Indiana Miss Margaret Hennessy of Eas Chestnut street will spend all of next week at St Marys ns the guest ot Miss Ella Hngun Mrs Jolt C Graves of Fifth street miss just returned from St Marys where she was the guest 01 Miss Sallie pagan Thomas Claire of the Loutsvilh Lighting Company has gone tc Niagara Falls and Canadian points for a ten days trip Mr and Mrs John Schulten nnt Leo Schulten left Thursday mornlnf for a season of recreation at White Sulphur Springs Ind Charles Badly the popular West End letter carrier is enjoying his annual two weeks vacation whicli began last Thursday Misses Marie Kelly and Elizabeth Donahue were among thtfse spending Clio past week and viewing the won des at Niagara Falls Misses Anna timid Mary Butler daughters of Alderman George nut ler left yesterday tor a visit of two weeks to White Mills Mr and Mrs Edward G Hill have returned from nten days stay at St Clair Flats Mich both enjoying greatly improved health Jfr and Mrs Maurice Coll of Jef fersonvllle have gone to Keokuk Iowa on a visit to their daughter Mrs Cornelius McNemaro Miss Alice McDpnough who lies been ill at her home on Twenty sixth street is reported making progress toward recovery 1oUsirel Hattie Higglns and Lydia Sauerman will leave Monday tospcnl a twp vyeeks vacatioji with friends at Fliherville and vicinity ifiM nase Sweeney of Sixteenth UQ oX and High is enjoying the lake breezes in Wisconsin With her are Mr and Mrs M J HIckey Mr and Mum M J Sullivan and daughter Josephine have gone for a two weeks stay nt Atlantic City and in the East Mss Abble Hennessy the popular and obliging Cumberland phone operator at the Old Inn lies been en joying a ten days vacation Miss Agnes Muthler of Cincinnati 0 formerly of Louisville Is visiting her grandfather Mr John Sullivan of 402 East Ormsby avenue Mr and Mrs D F Murphy and their daughters Misses Virginia and Marie have gone to Frontenac Mimi for a threeweeks visit Deputy Sheriff Frank Carroll and J T OConnor were among those who have been enjoying a pleasant sojourn at West linden Springs Alex II Veenemnn of the L N law department left Sunday to spend a vacation of several weeks in Chicago and other large cities Misses Maeme lilt A and Nell Keaney of 1213 Morton avenue hays left for a two weeks trip to Niagara Falls Cleveland and Toronto Can ada Mrs Michael Higgins who his been seriously HI at her home on tho Boulevard in Oakdnle Is greatlyl improved and will soon be entirely well Miss Annie Mitchell and niece Miss Mayme Nicholson have gone to Niagara Falls They will visit friends In Canada before returning home Misses Gertrude and Loretta Langan are again at home in South i Louisville after an enjoyable visit with Miss Lettie Pollard at Emi nenceFrank Homes well known In Hi bernian circles who has been ill for several weeks has gone to the coun try In the hope of recovering his health Dr W12 Allen the efficient heat delmrhnentI i from Europe where he visited the principal cities I I Thomas Quinn County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will return today from Shelbys Ilo otter a visit of two weeks greatly improved in health Miss Catherine Delaney of Hartford City Ind is the charming guest of Miss Julia Kelly Portland avenue with whom she will spend the next two weeks The many friends of Miss Julia Madden formerly of Louisville but now of Chicago will be surprised to learn that she has hind nn operation performed for appendicitis The following are sojourning on a vacation at WhIte Mills Musses Geneva Meehon Lorraine Huger Nettie Belle Kirby of Louisville anti Miss Kimna Young of New Albany Mrs Tho7iins McGure and Mrs l William Tucker of South Louisville are expected honle next Saturday from Columbia Tenn where they have been spending the month with relatives Miss Edna Lucas of Newport hits been the guest of Miss Ella Flaherty 2353 Rowan street for the past two weeks On her return home Miss Lucas will be accompanied by Miss Flaherty daughtersMissesMcCarthy Margaret Coleman nnl Mamie McCue left Thursday for a two weeks trip to Niagara Falls Toronto Buffalo and the East A decided change for the better has occured in the condition of Mrs Pose Henly Kelly who has been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for two weeks It Is now thought she can soon be removed to her home Miss Anna Mcehnn Principal of the Sylvia avenue school and Miss Mnrcella OConnor teacher in the same school have gone on a trip to Atlantic City Washington and New York and will not return till Sep tember Mrs John F Oetken of New Al many is expected home tomorrow from Chicago where she has been visiting for the past week as the guest of her brother Mr John OBrien a prominent business man of that city Mr and Mrs Will J Scmonln an nounce the engagement of their charming daughter Miss May Eliza bcth to William fcvmisey Kinney The marriage will be solemnized September 10 at the home of the nines parents in Parkland Misses Catherine and Cecilia Mar thorst the pretty anti Interesting daughters of Joseph Morthorst the Oakstreet grocer have gone to Cov ington to spend several weeks with relatives anti friends Before return Ing home they will visit in Newport anti Cincinnati Stuart Glass Harry Hamilton Louis Watson true marriage license clerk of Louisville Walter Gillette Walter Frltschner Arthur Krausglll and Benjamin Mewers are spending a much needed vacation at White Mills All the girls are after Wat son but his licenses ore N G down there I MissMary Jane McBride entertain ed Tuesday evening in honor of Mfsses Edith Miller of Los Angeles Cal Those present were Misses Vary Jane McBride Edith Miller Virginia Miller Ida Blanche Pllson Leona Zorn Nell Gordon Mary Cas sidy Lula Gatfo fayine Gatto Messrs Frank C Pllson Henry Me Bride Dan Lawjer Jerome Cassidy Charles Krouse Lawrence Hnckctt Joseph Conkjlng Joseph Moran Miss Nelllo Earley entertained n umber of her young friends last frlday evening at her residence on 2riffith avenue The following were present MlsM Ella Giltnane Loralne FJemlftgi Nellie Mamie an- dslJle parley M rTbpmali IJu U Keenan Jr John J Grogan Pat rick G King Prof Leo Schmitt ceo David Maloney Piano and vocal selections were rendered by Thomas Keenun David Muloney and Prof Schmitt and a delightful evening was spent- The marriage of Miss Margaret IWolfe anti Mr Mal J Shaughnessy will take place at 4 oclock next Wednesday afternoon Very Ilev Father ILogan performing the ceremony IMessrs John J Grogan Dennis J Gleeson William Beardon curt Pat rick G King will be the ushers The bride is a niece of Mr James Wolfe the grocer and is a young ladyof many charming and amiable quali ties and has been a prominent figure in Catholic social circles The groom is connected with the tl M llobinson Norton Company anti is a leading member of Mnckin Council and the Nonpareil Club members of which ITwill act as ushers After the core mommy the young couple will leave for a trip to Cincinnati and Dayton and wthence through the East On their Wreturn they will be at hone to their S friends nt 1626 Eighth street ww MISS ANNA MGILL w wRun Over by Cab In Parts wWhile Coming From =Church w= =Telegrams received here Wednes Jjday from Paris brought the news w that Miss Anna McGill the well =known Fourth avenue milliner had been run down by a cab on one of the boulevards of Paris last Sunday morning and for a time her friends were much alarmed The first re port was that she was seriously injured but a later cablegram stated that she was not badly hurt and would be sufficiently recovered to sail for hone next Wednesday The accident happened Sunday morning while hiss McGill and Mrs Kettig of this city and several oUlerIIfriends were returning front The party was crossing one of the chief boulevards when a recklessly driven cab approached and Miss Mc- G11J who was unable to get out of the waywas struck by the horse and knocked down the wheels of the cab passing over her hotly The unfortunate lady had been in Paris limit a few days but luckily the business of her trip hUll been attended to during that time OPENS NEXT MONTH The Falls City Howling League now considered the strongest organ ization of its kind in the city will open its season on Hangers and Grotes alleys on Tuesday evening September 11 The league comprises eight tennis ns follows Kentucky Irish American Trinity Council Loevenlmrts Squire Adams liar court d Co David Baird Ferncliffe anti John G Lewis The officers for the season 100007 are John Harry President Arthur Schuff Vice j President Dennis J Gleeson Secretary IJ G Minnegerode Treasurer I POPES ORDER I Henceforth there will be no solos in the Catholic churches of this diocese choral music and the Gregorian chant being substituted This order has been promulgated by night Rev Bishop McCloskey who also decrees that catechism must be taught for one hour every Sunday afternoon This is In accord with the orders of the Holy Father is sued some time ago CLEANING PORCELAIN Gammon house ammonia is much bet ter for cleaning porcelain than sand soaps Many of the stains on porcelain tubs washbasins and sinks are caused by allowing them to be injured When new porcelain Is smooth and is rubbed with sand soaps It becomes rough and It is quite impossible to remove the dis coloration HINTS ON STYLE One of the prettiest fashions for the fall Is the black Malinette boa Very elaborate buttons appear on the newest wraps and woolen gowns That the round length rather than the trained skirt will prevail for fall cnn not be season All the doubtedAA incut toward combinations Blouse jackets will high girdles are ofbroadlob I The sort of check most favored for tailor suits Is of small dimensions and generally of the regular order Large hats will be fashionable this fall They are to be of felt and trimmed with plumes or fancy = feathers A great deal of black and white is- o be worn this fall In the silks new deck and white stripes and checks are strongly represented- The revival of plaids Is beginning to be felt and there will unquestion ably be quite a showing of novelty and tartan plaids in the fall waists Among all the novel and natty 682 Backets and coats the Eton seems to reIgn supreme It is n style which can be worn by most all and is ex ccedingly becoming = A good velvet season Is expected In coat suits as well as costumes Cmilor made models from the smart lilp length to the threequarter lengths will prernilEThe mannish shirt waist and Peter lnn waists with the attached collars that have been such a success this summer will be worn this au Lumn made of silk and flannel There is quite a tendency to favor long cravenette or raincoats for boys = from twelve up They are worn In Olve place of a regular fall overcoat and- rea not restricted to wet weather Wear ST A decided preference Is expressed for nil sorts of pleated styles In iklrts There are also thirteen and fourteen gored skirts as well as many skirts with the usual amount = ofi lI goresFor costumes for fall wear bo he tailor made effects will take recedence Broadcloths and fine worsteds ofall kinds are favorably the jonsidered black blue and brown and icing the preferred tone4 are o J po 0- t The Academy of St Catherine of Sienna Near Springfield Ky Will be opened to a limited number of pupils the first S Monday of September 1906 For further information address THE SISTER DIRECTRESS x3xSxJ S Sx S Sx gmmmmmmmm mmmmtmmmmiim iiiimmni- miiMfjOrphans FestivalON THE GROUNDS OF THE = St Josephs Orphans Home = AT CRESCENT HILL =3 WEDNESDAY AUG 29 19061- S In case of rain the festival will be held on the following day ZS Splendid music and entertainment all day andevening = Good meals and refreshments Children under sg 12 yrs of age accompanied by parents free M = ADMISSION 25 CENTSMPurchasers of tickets are entitled to a chance on the following articles Quick Meal ZSS Gas Range donated by Geher St Son Gurney Refrigerator donned by O K Stove =and Range Co Fine liruiuel Rug KxlZ donated by Jos Ilubbuch Sr R Sons Pine Pair Z3 Shoes donated by Jacob n Walzer Crescent Hill cars pass the grounds rg 2111111111111111111111111 LULULLILULLitil111IULLILU U1LU1U1ULNLUt St Pauls Church Picnic PHOENIX HILL PARK Labor Day Monday Sept 3 1906 Grand Banquet from noon until closing hour Baby Show from 3 to 4 oclock in afternoon Afternoon Euchre at 3 Evening Euchre at 730aBowling Contest between two prominent teams Plenty of Other Amusement Features Admission Ten Cents Holders of tickets will be entitled to a chance on the following articlesSet of Silver Knives and Forks Dining Room Table Set of Drawing Room Chairs Stt of Silver Spoons Cabinet Folding Bed Box of Havana Cigars Ladys Fall Hat Ladys Diamond Ring Parlor Center Table Parlor Rocking Chair Barrel of Flour and Special Prize of Horse Runabout and Harness Children under 12 years of age accompanied by parents will be admitted free- OOOOOoISTRAIGHTS 3 5xJ Sx s 8 s CREEK COAL II- T I Burns better makes less ash and more heat per pound J than any other bituminous coal 100 Bushels 1400 HI 4 25 Bushels 350 100 Bushels Jellico Lump 1300 SCANLON COAL CO I Incorporated w Ninth arid Kentucky Fourth and P yyWYIIIW YYfVWYWwvWW w wrP BANNON President yv MJ BANNON Vice Pres tit Gent Mgr SecretaryI F 1 Bairn Sewer Pipe Coa f Salt PipeBannons a for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BricK Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Erich OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLBPUONBS73 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and loth jto TELEPHONE 2833 W ar ar GIIr ALBERT TT1SCHRANZ 302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Cumb Phone 543Y MONEY TO LOAN CB THOMPSON FLORISIROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS Fourth Avenue 261 W liflirson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets your boys an education that wilt prepare them for life XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brother Clutieal Scientific and Buslneu Courtej Preparatory Department IargeS1rimmlug Poolwellsgapt Ol11nallum Terms Moderate Bro James Dir A great raapy Jonp loose coats will worn as well as long coats in the semifitted styles but perhaps most popular of all are what are called mannish styles mane of mixed invisibly checked cloth such M used for mens wear ti t H M All the new Summer styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Have Your Prescription Filled Inv TORIC LENSES Mounted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of Ix ulfvllle Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third sad Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRYPTOK INVISI 1 BLK BIFOCAL for Keu- tuclyPIOSPITA L FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy JefferionvUIe1 fhospitalfortiepileptlc patient Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very rear amiable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA HERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Aveaae Jelfersearllleladl Y I NTUCKY TSH AltIERICJfd I I 123IHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND JRJI BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 ETST 7 tIN STREET With the assistance of my SOS I will continue the undertaking Dnsiness of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT Hum 11 II 11 IIlIt THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AllullspromptlyaltendedtodayornightCartinges 1225 W MARKET ST HIIIIIIIIIIII e J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 H TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShortNotlte t t t DANIEL Carriages All Call Day and i i i i It T Gran W Son SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer for Occasions on Notice y 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 iH tt tt t tt H TILEEENBY TILEEEN TO AN OLD WORNOUTWOODEN WILL MAKE IT LIKE STONE AND LASTS AS It is the only Sanitary Floor Covering on the market MADE APPLIED BY KY CO Brook and River BOTH PHONES 2267 Also operating Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone ra OFFICE 8T06 HOURS SUNDAYSI DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work done for the least money Our Dentistry Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co PETER M ANDR1OT8O3H WAGijN MANUFACTURER f Carriage Repairing and Rubter Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HINRYA J1 BlltS DYER AND CLEANER aniGsntsWflirintAppiri i fiUARANTEED Pw yers 52 Fifth Stree- t 4141F41Ft t t t JDOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Furifthed Occasions All Answered or Night 11231 W Market St Bet 13th LLiT Smiths AL A Carriages Furnished All Short t t t t t t APPLYING FLOOR LOOK JUST LONG AND WALL PLASTER Hoosier Will guaranteed A Ladies WORK Promptly 12th FONTAINEFERRJARH THE PARK BBAUT1FOI WEEK OF AUG 10 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Petty Brothers Iee Martync Be KelUen Fem ande May Duo Gill Brown Mills and Morris and the Kinedrome FREE BAND CONCERTS Every Afternoon and Night by Cooks Military Band IDEAL ROLLER RINK Finest Skating Surface In the South Two Ses 4lons Dail- y30AMUSEMENT DEVICES30 ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompaaled by Parents Free PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and Is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts It It It It H Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION IGE CRfAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS OF PURE ICECREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put A better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST f n t + t 1 tf It + 10 HtU- ir o- tI 0 c DON AMI DAYFontaine Next Thursday Aug 23 Good Program of Music in the Dancing Hall Special Attractions in the Park Be sure and purchase your tickets from the members TICKETS TEN CENTS Children Accompanied By Parents Free COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS P McDonogh John J Barry Albert F Martin Chas S Raidy Louis J Kieffer George Francies HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenoral- News Notes Daniel T Kilroy wns elected State President nt the Delaware conven tlon held at New Castle Time State encampment of the Hibernian Rifles of Ohio which be gins next Sunday will continue for the entire week Division 2 had an unusually good meeting last night President Ford and his men always make it inter esting for visitors Division 4 will hold an important meeting Wednesday nfght when cre dentials will be distributed to the delegates to the State convention Members of Division 3 will be glad to know that their President has rev covered from his recent illness and will be in his chair Monday night The Wisconsin State convention will be held in Milwaukee during the weekof the State fair There will be sixty delegates and the State of ficersThe Ladles Auxiliary of Minneapolis held no meeting this week out ol respect to the Grand Army of the Republic which was holding its na tional encampment there Division 1 of St Paul is collecting money for the furnishings of its new hall nt Seventh and Franklin streets that will cost 5000 and be one of the largest and finest in the West Hibernians from all over Ohio will assemble at Akron for their State convention which opens next Tues day and will continue three days On the first day there will be a prize drill for the Hibernian Knights of the State and Wednesday night the convention will close with n banquet There will be 780 delegates in the PennsylvaniaI State convention which opens at Altoona next Tues i day The anteconvention mass will bi celebrated in St Johns Pro Cathedral by the Ilev Morgan M Sheedy and immediately thereafter nIl will go to the opera house where the convention will open with a pub lie meeting The address of welcome will be delivered by Hon S JI Walker Mayor of Altoona and the response will be delivered by Michael J Ilyiin of Philadelphia Might Itev Eugene A Onrvey Bishop of Altoona will make an address as will also Rev Morgan M Sheedy and perhaps others The remainder of the week will be taken up with the sessions of the order The State convention of the Ladies Auxiliary will meet dur ing the same week What promises to be the greatest gathering for some time will be the West Virginia State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ladles Auxiliary the date having been set for August 27 28 and 20 at Wheeling The delegates will arrive on the morning of he 20th and the convention will convene early on the morning of the 27th There will be high mass at the Cathedral these services being in charge of the tight Rev llishop Donahue From here they will go to the Carroll Club where the convention will be held All of Monday will be taken up with business sessions Monday night the members will go to Wheeling Park where the management has arranged special attractions for the delegates Tuesday morning business will again bo taken up at the several sessions On Tuesday evening a banquet will be given at the Carroll Club A street parade will be a feature of the con vention held on the afternoon of the 26th It is expected that arrangements will be made for an outing at the park on the third day FONTAINE FERRV PARK A new vaudeville bill with the Patty Brothers as headliners will FerryParkappearedinLee Mnrtyne and Xeilson musical artists Fernand tray Duo in hut fileR I novelties Till Brown singing and dancing artist and Mills and Morrison comedians and acrobats bighllla special music programme for the week and there will be a skating contest Friday evening Harry Cooks Band will play all of next week giving free concerts each af ternoon and night GONE TO TELL CITV The Rev Father Patrick Griffin associate rector of Holy Trinity churchI In New Albany left last Sat urday for Tell City Ind to take temporary charge of the church there the pastor being compelled to relinquish his charge because of ill neSS RECOVERING Ernest Tracey son of Patrick Tracer President of the refforrtOnt villa Hoard of Public Works WWi underwent a difficult surgical operation list Saturday Jis making rapid progress toward recovery and hU D o r DONT WAIT but come at once and seethe largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the city Wm FMayer 419 WEST MARKET ST HENRY HUNOLI DEALS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phone 4330 540 W WALNUT Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET physician says he may be able to lie out next week KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSi I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Recently a council was instituted in the small town of Massena N Y General Secretary Daniel Colwell has held his office since 1884 Though he is fiftynine years old he is as active- as he was twenty year ago Wheeling Council has begun prepara lions for the exemplification of the fourth degree the firt time in that city on Thanksgiving day There will be a class of about 176 for the work It is the intention of Buffalo Council- to take up many of the propositions submitted to the recent Federation convention and place them before their members and the general public with a view to assisting in the improvement or existing conditions For the first time in the history of Hope Council of Providence the Knights- are to allow ladies to participate in the festivities of their annual outing aud Geld day which occurs August 10 at the Warwick Club near that city A shore luncheon will be served immediately upon the arrival of the party at the club grounds This will be followed by a varied programme of field sports including a baseball contest between teams representing the married and single men of the council The principal feature of the outing the genuine Rhode Island clambake will be served at 5 oclock BISHOP BYRNE Right Rev Bishop Byrne of Nashville has been made a member of the Nash vllle Board of Trade and in a letter ac epting an invitation to join promises his hearty support in the boards work for the city In Chicago recently Right Rev F J Muldoon was named as a member of the committee by the Chicago Commercial Association to investigate the Chicago stock yards and report dis passionately on their condition FOOLISH REPORT The report published in London Tuesday that Pope Pius X is suffering from a dangerous form of gout threatening paralysis of heart is without foundation That the health of the Pope Is satisfactory- is shown by the fact that on that day he received Mgr Dennis OConnell rector of the Catholic University at Washington- and that his medical attendant Dr Lapponi was absent from Rome C Kof ANo society has done more to unite our Catholic men and get them acquainted with tine another to elevate them morally socially and in business to wipe out the lines and pre- judICes of nationality and by inculcating a spirit of brotherly love betterctizenaing them better men and than the Catholic Knights of America Write to President Felix Oaudiri New Orleans I4Ior to Secretary Anthony Matre MermodJacard Building Sr Louis Mo- SVedo fiae job printing Tryus r U 0 f i v IRELAND Record of the non Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges For the third week in July Dub lins death rate was eighteen per 1000 Two brothers William and John Rooney were drowned in the Shimra river near Newcastle The monument to the late Matthew Hnrris recently erected in Crengh cemetery has been unveiled An inquiry is being made into the adaptability of Lough Swilly as n port of call for American mail boats Over seventy pilgrims left Bally bay und vicinity to perform the worldfamed pilgrimage to Laugh derg Bernard Farnnn a Castleblayney gentlemen of much intelligence ami legal acumen has received the Com mission of the Peace for the County MonaghanThomas Mason was arrested and charged with the attempted murder of a cabman named Morris who was found in n pool of blood near heady County Armagh Fortythree tenants oh the Clinton estate near Cnstletownbere have been served with eviction notices The Cork Evicted Tenants Associa tion lips token the matter in hand The appointment by the Lord Chancellor of James Keclaghan as Magistrate for the County Momma glum gives general satisfaction es pecially about Castleblaney and lallybay The Kllsaran branch of the United Irish league held an enthusiastic meeting last Sunday the chair being occupied by President Ward Sub scriptions to the Parliamentary fumi were quite liberal Dublin Day is literally alive with mackerel and fisherman are making a rich harvest Amateurs reeling spinners from pleasure boats nt Kingston catch from two to six dozen fish of good size The caretakers and police placed In charge of the evicted moldings at liallingenry have been forced to give up possession by the people who tool hold of OMalioney and reinstated him in his old homestead A short time ago the Lord Lieutenant opened the new marble works at Galwny Ills Excellency expressed pleasure at the development of industry and the revival of manufac ores now taking place throughout IrelandWhile Vernon Cochrunc was fish ing in Sligo Bay a squall overturned his yacht and he was drowned but three other persons sit hoard were saved Cochrane was eighty years of age and was n members of an clot County SHgo family Thomas Brown who has been in charge of the tramps at the Kewry workhouse und who is stnted to have been seriously assaulted about three weeks ago by a tramp named Patrick OHnre died in the work house hospital The assailant undo his escape but was captured and is now in custody Martha Graham of Tullyvln but for two years an inmate of the Armagh district lunatic asylum was found in the bathroom with her clothes on fire and sustained burns that caused her death The room was lighted by electricity and there were no matches about which bhroucls the affair in mystery On Sunday in beautiful wenther the most successful total abstinence demonstration yet held in the county was held In Cavan town It was es timated that there were nearly 10000 people present of whom nearly half were total abstainers Cavan has reason to be proudof its work in the temperance cause It was tile first and is yet the only county in Ireland to organize dem onstrations of total abstainers to show the strength of the cause and induce others to join the temperance ranks Sundays meeting com- Ing so soon utter the one in Bailie borough was a splendid gathering Thousands of young men pad young women marched in procession wearing with pride the badges of their creed It was a sight to shame tipplers and drunkards iiito a reforms tion of their evil habits and fill the hearts of lovers of Ireland with hope for her future THE DATE SET After conferring with his con suitors the Most Rev Archbishop Moeller hits concluded to set next Ash Wednesday ns the date wllerf the churches of time Cincinnati arch diocese must comply with the regula tions of the Holy Fathers Motu proprio on church music POLICE ALTAR SOCIETY There is an altar society in Brooklyn composed entirely of night policemen They contribute a cer taro amount each month tp pay for lights and ftowerson the oats ot the Perpetual Adoration Tins chapel praYfcity Le 1 Mf1NK fEHR BREWING INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE K- YDRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBI INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4ts2 LO JI9ViLLS ICY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave theJ brewery until proprely agad r18iLIDPIOI TIC Ir3df Louisviiie urancn fourteenth and Jerierson SES Cumb Phone Main 1913 ZTileWIEDEMANNBREWING r Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all lending barsand cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent SATOC Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEE 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY AS79 FOR DIERSENS t FINE DARK BEERe i Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN XCi IrI2ALrTc WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY 15OLOUISVILLE TO EVANSVILLE OWENSBORO HENDERSON VIA HENDERSONROUTE SUNDAY AUG 26 ASK TILE AGENT Special Train Lv Union Station 745 a m SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VI- AHENDERSON ROUTET- o Dennr Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points and REATIORTHWESTDates Ask na for full full information J H Gallagher Trav Pass Agt L J Irwin Genl Pass Agent Louisville Ky KATIE AGUES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washlngatid dressing Wdiesandobii dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calla ajwweredptomptly yornlghtHome phone 177 Olrice 240fl Payne St When on the Water Wagon try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll understand zAt all good Bars Groceries cad Sifts HEEEMAM BEOS IHPORtXRS FINE WINES AND LIQUOKS Distillers and Wholesale Dell era in Finest Brands of Kea tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOn BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Ski L WINES LIQUORS ClAir I VALS SALOON avYALLESYEf1 PrR U Hot Ixnchevery wonting fc feM to 1280 oclock 44 wr SRIu Ii XaX u i U c I ONTUOKY IRISH AJdERIOAN BEAT PANTS SALE ens Dark All=Wool Crash Pants Regular 250 and 200 Values l100 11 I THE BIG STORE 424 to 434 West Markett St between IIand Filth I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO OLUThBIAJ1 CollEjE I if CoursesPreparatory Commercial I Mathematical and Classical X- ATIUBTICS AND PHYSICAI CUITURE Classes under Prof Peter Doquel A are n strong feature Building equipped with modern conveniences select ac Ps for boarding students Courses thorough A fcommodatlons COURSE Follows present day business methods and embraces Shorthand Typewriting Commercial Arithmetic Commercial Correspondence and Commercial Iaw MATHEMATICAL Course is a direct preparation for Mechanics Surveying and Engineering Civil Electrical Mechanical and Mining FOR TERMS ADDRESS I Columbian College Owensboro Ky Jno M Cooney A M Pres Do You Want to Save SIOO On a Piano THEN ATTEND OUR TEN DAYS SALE During this sale prices on every make Piano we handle will be cut good and deep offering you a chance to secure Hlgh Grade Pianos at prices that will astonish you 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 we are ia for space you will raedily see that what we say is true Visit the Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country MONTENEGRO aRIEHM MUSIC CO 0218030 FURr AVENUE AC + a + + 0000 TUB ok fl Rogers BOOK GO I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE 68 Give us a cal and line of goods They are the f finest oftheir kind in the cityfBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES- OF fEVERY DESCRIPTION 3w JefiersoJI S1ree1J0 tlfi SPIN8R IH1111 i H I 11iII HI+I I I I I I HI H MULLOY GIVES PREMIUMS WITH HIS NEW BLEND COFFEE Trial package of 2 Ibs for COc gets one coupon Premiums for coupons as follows Fine Rocking Chair 110pleca Toilet Set for 44plecD Tea Set for 20couponsII100plece Dinner Selfor Delightful ice tea fine black to make it with at 45c a pound MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER j= Home Phone 1313 2I8 tom loIARKET STREET + l1 1HI I II I IJHI I l1 II11 i4i l HI I 1 +f+H+1 H I IItHt i HilII I IIII 1 I 1 H i1rr4II IHIIlHIIM 11tiE NORTON COFFEE GO ii IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEESIMPO- RTERS II OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main 1 I 1 I I I I I II I 1 H I I I I MHHIHTI I I I I I I 1 I 1 11 I I I I HulI I I I I 1E r44 t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t + i t t t t t t III + 1 in 1 a i WINES I AND CIGARS ST II t H H t Ht It II t tt on 30l V T PreUeet AN- DtlllNMf U Fourth shape OUR SPECIALTY 8Year Old Oleubrook Whiskey I Bottled Bond Quart WM BOJRGMANNWHISKIES 214210218 SEVENTH YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co ntARn STREET 5aa4lTspertAooayataat 7 Educates Young People For I8ItGood Emptoymeat and Succot lt CALL OR wane raft Wit WTOBUATIOH r EIyBUSiness Collage J Q 1e1 t eelo O1 oe e eonO- OI I OLIL JSTUP SALE ii- OF ii BLUE DRESS SKIRTSBl- ue I is a favorite shade in dress skirts because jt is dressy for either i street or dress wear and can be worn with almost any color shirt waist 18 The decree of fashion so declares it fashion followers accept it Thats 181wby we sell and buy more blue dress skirts than any other kind We 18 have on sale 300 Blue Dress Skirts in all the favorite shades of blue OS 181and on each e3 YOU SAVE MORE THAN A THIRD IThestyles are right up to the minutethe tailoring and trimming Iwere done by deft fingers who understand the art of pleasing tastes even the most fastidious The materials are the preferred kinds such r1 i 300 Blue Dress Skirts 198o 400 Blue Dress Skirts 298 I II BACON SONii I MARKET OURTH 05p w w TRINITY COUNCIL I Holds Interesting Mcctin AndLecture Monday Evening Trinity Council met Monday evei ing with President Albert F Marti ir the chair Eugene Ford acting ns Recording Secretary and Edwnr Wulf as Financial Secretary Ilenr Sloerr and John J Sullivan the ref ular Secretaries being absent The entertainment committee reports that the popularity contest for the Trip Around the World whir will be given at the club house dur- Ing the week of September 23 had been launched ana any other ladle desiring to enter should enroll their mimes with Joseph Ilehinnnn amI Frank Pllson The prizes arc wel1 worth striving for being a 500 Haines llros piano n diamond piIn und a ladies tailor made suit B 1 Gillignn was reported as being able tc work having entirely recovere from the recent injury to his foot After nil business had been trans acted Edward Kelty delivered a lecture on Vestments of the Church which was well received by the council members Mr Kelty hoWEll himself thoroughly familiar with his subject in explaining muss and wh the different colors are worn The next lecture will be delivered b Charles A Weissenberger on Monday August 27 and Ins subject oil be Pro Deo Pro Pntrla Trlnit members will nttend in large mum hers on the irankfort excursion to morrow and do some wire pullinj for Albert F Martin for Gram PresidentSPRING BANK Will Have Stellar Attractions For Its Old Fashioned Barbecue The Spring Hank Club of whicf Cal John H Whnllen is Ircsiden and composed of prominent gentle men from all parts of the citywil have its annual old fashioned barbecue at Spring Hant Park on Mon lay and Tuesday of next week nothing given at anyof the lore parks has been as popular as tit Spring Bunks barbecues and as tin are all for charity the at tendance will be tremendous if the weather proves fair The pro gramme is an elaborate one and In eludes music by Schillings brass md string band lancing in tin urge pavilion a baby show with 25 in gold as the prize and a euchre at which a number of valuable prizes will be awarded the winners A feature will be the old country store where there will be disposed of some ten thousand packages containing nIt kinds of articles ranging in value pinFiftythe packages in this store all of which will go for ten cents each For all present dinner will be sere Ill1 from 2 oclock in the afternoon tll110 oclock at night An elaborate are will be offered including burgoo and barbecued lamb which will be prepared in full view of the icople At night on the river front here will be a grand display of fire vorks under supervision of the Pains Fireworks Company who aye generously donated 500 worth ot pyrotechnics for this occasion Vest Walnut street cars run direct to the gates and the Broadway line pnnccts with n road that leads ight Into the park TOOK THE VEIL Last Wednesday the Feast of the tlon four young ladies took t1le veil and habit of the Lorettino Isterhood at the mother house in forlon county Four others took heir first vows the same day RETURNS TO INDIANA Sister Veronica Directress of the famous Catholic Academy dt Olden burg Ind who accompanied Sister Unlaof that institution to St ithonys Hospital this city returned to her homo Monday Sister illnla who was seriously ill when Rbe arrived here U now out of dan reI and much improved a T n 500 Blue Dress Skirts 398 THIRD proceeds SOCIETY DIRECTORYYI A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tue day Evenings of mach Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording Keenan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusic 1911 Bank Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddlc DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keanej DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording J Cole man Financial Secretary Daniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsTbomas Noon Sentinel Mortin Shechan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice presidentJoseph LLenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSull van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeautatArms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Glens n VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary John Kinne- ySergeantatarmsobn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y Ja I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Patton Recording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana han Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella JOLLY ALLEGRO PARTY Mrs P J Moss chaperoned a jolly Negro party Tuesday evening After a long ride a stop was iiiade at tiverview Park where a Dutch supper was served In the party were DqffyJarAnna Kelly Mnyme Cohie MaynTo tnsbro Anna Howard MnyniB oolan Irene Bullock Annie Ansbro lizzie Welsh line Kerr Nellie Kerr Mrs J Duffy tits P J Ross lessrs John Pendergast Martin huffy Sylvester Doyle Ernest Impson Harry Kerr Frank Me lurk Will Elzy George Simpson olm Duffy George Wienbrenner awrence Keefe Tom Shark Willlo err Cary Howard and Clarence PrIce VICTIM OF TYPHOID Profound sorrow prevailed throughout Jcffersonvllle when it became nown Sunday nftornoon that John Kennedy was dead after a short ill ness of typhoid fever Prominent in atholic society circles and with a romlsing1 future his loss will be eenly felt by all his associates D J ceased is survived by a wife and hind He was a brother of John and Richard Kennedy and Mrs Mlchne1 Kinney The funeral took lace from St Aiiffustlriea church ather OCounell officiating at the jlemn obsequies which were so irgely attended that the church waB crowded 1 6J u ili01Jilt1l o n 750 Blue Dress Skirts 498 S SiREETBET SecretaryThomas street- TreasurerThomas SecretaryDennis KEPT THEM BUSY Reports and Doings at Meeting of Division 1 on Tuesday i At an interesting meeting of DiviiI ion 1 A O II Tuesday night the members were kept quite busywit h the reports made and other matter The application of John II Colemu was received and he will be elect II nt the next meeting Secretar r Peter Cusicks semiannual state went showed Division 1 in an excellent I financial condition Xotwitli standing that over 400 had been rip preprinted for sick benefits and char- Itable purposes during the past si months there yet remains 1000 h the treasury Iteports were made oxjsituations secured for members wh are hereafter requested to notify th iEmployment Committee when sue have gone to work A handsome up propriation was made to defray the expenses of the division delegate to the State convention at Paris next monthAlderman George Butler was pres r ent and nude a concise report of UIl proceedings of the National Boast and convention hold at Saratoga iin which he paid u nice compliment t0 Messrs liurdls Mulloy and Cusiek who represented Kentucky He also spoke in llight terms of Nations President Cummings and the new of fivers predicting for them a pro gressive and successful ndministra tint State President Keennn was als0 present and when called upon announced that nn elaborate pro crramme was being arranged by tin Hibernians of Paris for the State convention in that city September 2 As liislmu Macs will be present am1 be the celebrant of the mass with which the convention will openlle expressed the hope that every dlvis Ion in the State will be fully represented I William M Higgins stated that the social nnd literary sessions would I l resumed at the meeting to be beII September 25 when it was to hold a reception in honor of the ladies and the State officers CHARITY THAT COUNTS Work of the St Vincent do Paul Society of Brook lyn N Y In these days when charity is n word much used and abused the rev port of St Vincent de Pauls society In Brooklyn is refreshing for it shows a vast amount of work car led on quietly and with selfsacri ice for the benefit of those who are tally in need As in the case of Catholic institutions generally the unds came from the mites of nanJ Of the total amount theII ling 00000 disbursed by the society f rlast year 75 per cent came in the mall coins left in the poor boxes o the churches The contribution- xceeding 55 received by the societ were 15 per cent of the total an the other 10 per cent was given by II the members The only expenses of administration in the relief work are for printing anti postage and the alary of a probation officer as Igned to the Childrens Court Through the efforts of the societ the Ozanam irome for Friendlesrt omen is conducted as an extension of the Police Court labors of the organization Another way in which the followers of St Vincent de Pauli mIlt something to the happiness of- the sending children of- the tenements to Catholic homes and institutions in the country for ildsiiimner outings All this is ac jinplished through the efforts of- 1ess than 000 members of the forty- ire conferences In the Brooklyn council Without any remuneration except the rewards of conscience hey pald more than 30000 visits to 23tS families numbering upward of 111000 persons in distress The rooklyn society is now in its fifty second year and grows as the cit Ulns in size GENERALLY OBSERVED At all the Catholic churches there wa a large attendance at the masses on Wednesday the Feast of ie Assumption Bishop McCloskey pontificated at the high mass at tIle tthedral assisted by many of the clergy of the city 1 tl I t t t t t t t GREATSALEOFEif E 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