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KENTUCKY VOLUME XVIINOt s LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 251906 PRICE J SAD END Spalding Colcman Stricken rII day Morning Without Any Warning Death Caused Universal Sorrow Throughout the Entire City Denied Right of Catholic Burial Body Removed From Church BISHOP GIYES REASON THFREFOR t Seldom has a death caused such deep and universal sorrow in Louis wile as was caused By the unexpected demise of Spalding Coleman which occurred Friday morning in the room of the Board of Public Works in the Pity Hall As was his custom Mr Coleman drove In from his home in Ills buggy stopping at several places on the way where he had business engagements and reached the City Hall about 0 oclock To all who saw him he appeared the picture of per fect health Just as he reached tim- eS elevator he complained of pain in his t stomach and ns soon as he entered the office of the hoard of Public Works he would have fallen but for 1he prompt action of Secretary Roger McGrath who caught the suffering man in his arms Physicians were summoned and arrived within a few moments but too late to be of any service Spalding Coleman was dead rnphllJtIlroughouton the streets and many could not Relieve it true until they came to time gatheredfriends and associates Upon all sides were heard expressions of the 4profoundest regret for there was no member of the City administration Netter known or held In higher respect than was deceased After the remains had been viewed by the CorIoner they were removed to the family residence on Ormsby avenue thereto await the arrival of time bereaved wife and daughter who were at 4 Wequetonsing Mich and John Cole man and family who were In the East Spalding Coleman was a public spir ited citizen and if he had lived Louis vine wquld have been greatly bene IfiYedihs i lie had lier best Interests l at heart As a member of the Board 1 of Public Works he hind in contem elation a number of improvements that would have received the ap proval of the rich and poor and stood as a monument to his integrity and enterprise Ills loss to the city is n severe one nnd is felt by none so keenly as by Mayor Barth and his fellow menubers of the Board of Works and the city employes Upon the arrival of the wife and Inother arrangements were made for the funeral which was announced to take pTace from St Louis Bertrands church Monday morning For years Mr Coleman had been a member of this church and the edifice was thronged with people who came un prepared for what was to occur When the funeral cortege arrived the remains were placed before the r altar and in a few moments Rev Father Flood O P ascended the pulpit and announced that orders had Tree received from Bishop McCloskey that no services were to be held over the remains His words of course created n profound sensation as no explanation for the action was obtainable at the time Tine body wasii taken from St Lords Bertrnnds to the Episcopal church of which Mrs Coleman Is n member and afterwards Interred in Cove lUll cemetery Many conjectures were made ns to why Bishop McCloekey had issued the order and these were set at reRtI Tuesday when the following appear ed In the public press In the Times of yesterday after noon time following paragraph appeared The Dominican priests do not know why Bishop McCloskey for bade the funeral of Mr Spalding Coleman in the church The reason wiry the Bishop did not permit the religious ceremony to be offered up yesterday morning in St Louis Bcr trunds church at the funeral of Mr Spalding Coleman was simply be cause such a religious ceremony Is n4 every priest knows forbidden bV time laws of the Catholic Church when time deceased is a Catholic anti 4isto be burIed In Cave 11111 cemetery unless first such Catholic has owned n family lot In Cave Hill since 1853 or next unless the deceased is a con Crt to the Catholic faith or lastly unless a Catholic has In good faith not knowing time law purchased u lot In Cave Hill cemetery None of these reasons existing lit the case of Mr Spalding Coleman the bishops I clear duty was to enforce the law WILLIAM GEORGE MCLOSKEY The following nuthorltive statement was Issued setting forth the attitude of the Coleman family Even if the law were as stated by Bishop McCloskey It was the duty of the Bishop to so Instruct the family I before the funeral as the method em ployed after the body arrived at the altar was an insult and hnmlllntlon which demand an apology to the fun fly of the deceased and to the con Spnldingll seven years ago is buried in Cave Hill cemetery in a lot belonging to a Protestant His funeral service- were conducted in St Louis Ber Brands church He had not owned a b lot in Cave Hill cemetery Since 1S5H lie was not a convert to time CaHmlle 1 faith having been a Catholic all lit life and lIe never Inv ignorance oI rtr J o the law or otherwise purchased a lot in Cove Hill cemetery Burials of this kind are taking place In Cave Hill constantly and have been taking place for years without the slightest objection on the part of the Bishop or priests ORPHANS FESTIVAL Great Catholic Outing For the Benefit of St Josephs Asylum Officers nnd members of the St Josephs Orphan Society and the ladies of the German Catholic con gregations of the city have perfect ed every arrangement for the festi val and outing for the benefit of the fatherless little ones of St Josephs Orphan Asylum next Wednesday Last Sunday afternoon a largely at tended meeting was held at St Boni face school hull when an excellent programme of amusements and musical exercises was completed Refreshments of nil Ikinds including an excellent dinner and supper will be served in both the asylum anti on the grouJ1l11lfhe friends of St Josephs asylum are expected to be present in large numbers and as surnnce is given of a special wel come for all members of English speaking congregations who attend Time festival will he held in the spa clous and beautiful grounds tint surround the institution which will bo brilliantly illuminated at night Transfers can be hind from all street cars to the Crescent Hill line which passes directly In front of the entrance to the asylum grounds ANNUAL CUSTOM How Catholic Priest Enter tains Grand Army of Republic Members of Myron Adams Post G A IL the Womans Relief Corps representatives of other local posts and Sons of Veterans of Rochester were guests of Rev Louis A Lan pert of Scottsvillc on Sunday last The occasion says the Catholic Citizen was the observance of nn annual custom followed by Father Lambert who Is himself a veteran of the civil war and a member of the Grand Army The party left Rochester in time morning nnd upon I arrival in Scottsville went directly to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin church whore high mass was celebrated anti Father Lambert preached n sermon An informal reception on the church lawn followed the service prerntlngmnnwirfhas From 12 to 3 oclock the guests sat at dinner There was no formal speech ranking but the flow of con y versation was such as to prolong the dinner Later in the day the visitors again gathered on the church lawn nnd listened to addresses by Rear Admiral Franklin Hanford U S N retired who is a resident of Scotts ville nnd member of Myron Adams Post of that city Surrogate Selden S Brown nnd Theodore Cazeau of Glidden Camp S O V J VISITS DUBLIN Letters received this week from Ireland bring the Information thntI Hon Edward J McDermott of this city arrived there August 10 and from there proceeded to County Mayo Mr McDermott dent to Europe in connection with the Ouch terlony will case and wIllie there went through Norway Sweden Den mark Germany Paris and London nnd after taking a week to get a taste of Irelands beauties it was his intention to sail for home BACK TO POST Brother Celestine of Notre Dame University who has been spending the greater portion of his vacation with friends anti relatives in this city will leave for his post the first part of next week Brother Cel estine who was James Cassia is a Prefect In the great Catholic College which has nearly 1000 students Ills ninny friends hero were glad to sec him and Ills visit has been a most pleasant one MARRIED IN CHICAGO Michael C Hnckett a popular I Monon railroad conductor and fornier resident of New Albany and Misn Mary E Cullen one of the best known school teachers In Louisville were united In marriage last week In Chicago and tIle news cane as an agreeable surprise to their friends In both cities The happy pair Lave the best wishes of a legion of friends who are sending them congratula miens at their new home at Engle wood Ind HAPPY EVENT Time Rev Father Collins S Jthefirst priest to be ordained in St Ignatius church San Francisco by Archbishop Riordan has just cele brated the twentieth anniversary of the event Father Collins was long stationed at San Jose and Is known throughout California for his zeal and piety LAWN PETE MONDAY pars ish will entertain thel friends with a lawn fete Monday evening on the lawn adjoining the rectory Those who would spend a most profitable whichsla reached by the Crescent Bill earn Y1M11I Ninth Grand Council Elected Albert F Martin President Every Council in the Kentucky Jurisdiction Was Ably Represented Lambert Young Members Were Lavish in Entertainment of Delegates NAMES NEW STANDING COMMITTEE Frankfort was thronged the first three days of the week with dele gates and visitors to the Ninth Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Early Sunday the Louisville special bearing Mackin Trinity and Satolli Councils arrived and with their band marched to the rooms of Lambert Young Council where they were given a hearty reception During the afternoon the Board of Grand Direc tors held their final meeting Monday morning the convention opened with the high mars at the Church of the Good Shepherd when the Rev Father Major extended a cordial welcome to the delegates and visitors The opening session was called to orded by President Reardon who named Messrs Charles Raidy Frank Pllson nod George Lawo as the Credentials Committee After a short recess the committee reported the following delegates present and entitled to seats St Catherines Joe G Barry New Haven Lambert Young John F Dolan Frankfort Mackin Charles S Raldy Frank G Adams James J Shelly Thomas D Clines Louisville Phil Sheridan William Metz Belle vueSartoCharles Barbour Owens joro St GeorgeT Arthur Smith Car rolltonMontgomeryEdwin J Rhodes Knottsville Lafayette John W Ileuver New portTrinityDr P G Beutel Tames il Kelly Edward Wulf Frank Pilson Louisville Barry Richard J Colbert John B Shannon James J OBrien L-exlngton04Chlckasaw George A Lawo Mem phisSaNllitill P McDonogh Louis uleMnjorJohn F Nunnn Winchester De Frainc J Arthur Smith Lebanon The annual reports of Grand Pres ident Reardon nail Grand Chaplain Ryan were listened to with attention nl they contained many good sugges lons Telegrams nnd letters of greeting were received from Louis elffer John J Crotty Satolli and Trinity Councils anti the Grand Coun cils of Ohio anti California to which responses were immediately sent Reports showed that the jurisdiction liad sent over 400 to the San Francisco relief fund President Reardon announced the following committees and the contention adjourned to meet Tuesday morning State of InstituteC II Barbour chairman R J Colbert W M Metz J F Nunnn T W Heuver Laws and Supervision J B Kelly J B Shannon J T Shelly PressJ F Dolan EJ Rhodes C R Hill Finance Joe G Barry Arthur Smith W P McDonogh Monday evening delegates and visitors were entertained nt the Country Club by W A Lutemeler of Frankfort where there was dancing anti an abundance of refreshments This event amid leftwas a most enjoyable pleasant memories In the minds of nil who were there Promptly nt 0 oclock Tuesday morning the convention was called to order by President Reardon Rev Father Ahmann of Carrollton was present nnd addressed the delegates saying the Y M I was performing a great duty in its field and was n great help to the church The com mittee reports were received the only change in the laws being the reduction of the Board of Grand Di rectors from seven to five members Then followed the election of offi cers with the following result President Albert F Martin Second Vice President Casper lull Secretary Edwin Dawsori Marshal John J Daly Directors Frank G Adams and George A Lawo The installation of officers was conducted by James B Kelly and the convention then adjourned Time grand banquet held at the Cap itnl Hotel on Tuesday evening was a fitting climax to the close of the convention being a brilliant one both from nri oratorical and an epicurean standpoint There were about 120 present and Mr J P Hnnly presided as toastmaster delivering n neat ad dress of welcome anti good wishes to the delegates Br Joseph A Rear don the retiring Grand President delivered an address on Brotherhood and its benefits from a Y M I standpoint The next toast on the programme was Y M I Enthusiasm and wits to Save been handled by Louis J Kleffer of Mackin Coun cil who was unable to attend Tho subject was only given to James T Shelly of tIC same council half an hour previous to the banquet but the address proved obe the best one of the evening and was regarded by tho S present as one of the best after dinner speeches ever heard in ctn this section Mr Shelleys talk was interspersed with both humor and pathos nnd contained biany telling points which were delivered in a sin cere and striking manner Uev Father Ahmmnnq exChnplain recitinghisfirst met the then Cardinal Sarto JOHN J SULLtVAN Elected Supreme Delegate The newly elected Grand President subjectTTraternityadvocating the setting asideof all personal feelings in the order es pecially from those who hind been interested In the candidacy of different candidates before the Grand Council ey Emmet P Slnttery hail addressed the assembly on the Good of the Order all rose to their feet anti anRwith much feeling that stirring old song My 4The4 mittees named tot the coming year ire as follows Organization Charles S Raidy Fred W Arnold Dr Pt G Beutel Law nnd Supervision John J Sulli van Thomas D Clines Charles II RnrbourArbitrationJohn B Shannon J H Lntkemeler EdvlnRhodes PRIESTHOOD i iI Must Possess as Many Ele ments as There arc Needs Of all practical problems with which the Catholic church has to deal per haps tho most serious Is that Involved in the training of tho secular priest hood It is the most serious because it affects wider Issues than any other lute priest lilts people The character of her children their methods of thought their attitude interior and exterior toward life and faith all de pends under God uppn the character method and nttltudetof their pastors It isalso almost the ubsf Intricate of all problems since to the making of the ideal priest there must go as many elements as there are needs of the flock to which he has to min- Ister He must be a spiritual man able to deal with every conceivable spiritual requirement and the In tenor life Is after all far more In tricate because far more subtle and elusive than the natural order he must possess a large number of natural virtues geniality humor alertness and the restand all at least touched by grace he must be to some extent a man of business he must be able to preserve cheerfulness In solitude and dignity among the crowd he must know how to hold the ancient faith without displaying either Ignorance or contempt toward modern thought he must be ready to adapt himself to the standpoint of each member of his flock he must not truckle to the rich nor patronize the poor he must be slow with the stupid and quick with the talented and sympathetic with all And above all he Is never off duty Now It may be confessed without undue complacency that considering the elaborateness of the problem the churchs practical solution Is surpris ingly brilliant The very accusations of her enemies are the greatest testimonies In her favor Her priests It Is said are both superstitious seminary bred visionaries and brisk men of the world both flippant and solemn given to sharp practice and utterly un businesslike medieval and fond of novelltles pliable and unbending with all the faults of tho professional and the frailties of the amateur In other words priests at their best are very much what they ought to belt is noticeable too how the type has persisted from earliest times to the present Saint Augustine for example is a kind of apothesls of the modern pastor and the tales that have come down to us of the characters and methods of our ancient spiritual fathers have a strange family likeness to the histories of more recent priests CONGRATULATIONS Mr and Mrs Patrick P McCarthy 1052 Floyd street are today celebrnt ny the twentyfifth anniversary of their marriage and receiving the con gratulations of their many friends The happy couple were wedded ut Barnesville Ohio and their life has been one of unalloyed happiness Sharing the honors with them are their son nnd daughter Eugene and May McCarthy who are as popular with the younger set as are the par emits with their seniors Mr Mc Carthy Is Superintendent of th Western Union and widely known It is the earnest hope of their friends that the worthy couple may lire to celebrate their golden jubilee SPLENDID TEACHERS Rev Father Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos church in Highland Park has secured the Ursullne Sisters for teachers for his new parochial school which will be ready for oc cupancy when the parochial schools I open next month The Ursullnes aret splendid teachers and the congre gotten will Lave a good school A Y n- n u HAPPY CLOSE Comes to Golden Jubilee Celebration of St Johns Church A Grown and Medal For the Very Rev Father Lawrence Box Thousand Hear Word of Praise For Pastor and Ills People THE YOUNGEST OLD NAN LIVING The four days celebration of the golden jubilee of St Johns church at Clay and Walnut streets and or the venerable Father Lawrence Bass broughttoIjyFatherJohn Kallaher celebrated the solemn high mass of requiem for the souls of the members of the parish who had passed away during the last half century These perhnpsthe jubilee as the memory of loved ones before eyeswithmass was over many members of the eon nUarInld urgedthemdryy thnttheirn world of toil sorrow and sin to tx goodnesslieN- eternnl stars of truth and honor until they too were taken from this world He asked his congregation to for him mereytotoleuvemorningwithpeople began to throng the sacred edifice and at 10 oclock every Inch of space was occupied many stand ing outside during the entire timIAn imposing procession moved from the rectory to the church led by the CatholicKnights MajorGendoor the military formed a double cordon the balance of the procession passing under their crossed swords hto the church Following the Cath olic Knights came a cross bearer acolytes and children and the St Vin cent de Paul Society Fifty school girls dressed in white with yellow ribbons were followed by four brides muids and a bride in the person of Miss Marguerite Vat nus dr1tlleeightyearold daughter of Mr anti Mrs Ira L Van Iluskirk of 425 East Chestnut street and grandadughter of John Dalton the oldest parish ioner of the church and who was a memlxer of the congregation before the assumption of the pastorate by Father liar Because of her grand fathers long affiliation with the church Miss Marguerite was chosen for the bride representing the church which is the bride of the priest There were also four little groomsmen prettily dressed in white pants and yellow ties who with flower girls pages priests nnd the visiting clergy passed in succession into the sanctuary Following the sermon preached by Father Vincent Trost O F M Father Bax made a very brief ad dress expreslng heartsfelt thanks to the members of the congregation for their observance of his golden jubilee as their pastor Bearing a white silken pillow her handiwork upon which reposed n golden crown little Muss Van Bus kirk the bride proceeded to the pulpit and presented the gift to Father Bax The crown of oak leaves and acorns symbolic of steadfastness represented fifty years of work in the church which had been crowned with golden success Father Bax was then presented with n handsome gold medal bearing the insignia of the Catholic Knights of America of which he is n charter member and ranks as Colonel on the staff of Major Gen Kndeski The presentation was made by Adjt Gen Michael lleichert on behalf of the order who expressed appreciation of the work performed by the pastor in the Interest of the Catholic Knights Father Bax responded briefly apparently deeply touched by the receipt of the gift Monday morning there was another immense gathering when was cele brated the mass of thanksgiving for the blessings bestowed on the socie ties of the church The sermon was preached by the Rev Father Jenkins Tuesday was the day set for the eel ebration and mass for those who had been baptized instructed or married nt St Johns Father Rill of the Cathedral a child of the parish preached a very feeling sermon im mediately after the mass the many visiting clergymen were entertained youngeIndies of the Sodality of thd Dlese Virgin The tallies Altar Society the Sodal ity of the Blessed Virgin and the St Vincent de Paul Society who planned the jubilee festivities aimed at sim plicity anti to make the occasion affair In more of n congregational asmuch as time church celebrated three yenta ago the fiftieth anniver sary of Father Baxs ordination as a prleptupon which prang dignitaries of the church from other cities were in attendance invitations to the jar Alice celebration were not generally extended Malt rather limited to the clergy of the Louisville diocese When e FatherBaxI am somewhat worn out by the elaborate ceremonies incident to the celebration but my heart is warmed with happiness to see that my Work is appreciated by the congregation I have received letters of praise fron nil over the country But the jubilee oldinjovial smile I insist that I am the youngest old man living COMRADE IRELAND What One of the Old Vet crans Says or Their Chaplain Perhaps the most prominent figure at the recent national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic nt Minneapolis was the great Irish Vmeriean churchman the Most Rev Yiehblshop John Ireland who was a chaplain on the Union side in time cAll war When lie closed his service in the Cathedral every head was braved and more than one eye showed Thel1enceni moment and its the congregation walked slowly to their homes the theme Of the Archbishops sermon lipChaplain was a man imong men said one of the old soldiers of his regiment the Fifth Minnesota He never asked you if- you believed in God but if you were brave and honest he presumed that you did I dont know much about creeds but Id be quite satisfied to he u John Ireland sort of a Christian No matter how tough a man was he had only to go to the Chaplain in his difficulties and it was man to nan We fought all the better when le was about He hadnt much use lbwerfulforcereeds from the temptations of army life CHANGE WANTED Would Nominate and Elect Officers at Same Meeting At a fairly large meeting of Division 3 A O H Monday night the State and county laws governing the order were revised and the delegates- to the Paris convention will endeavor to have then so changed that time nomination and election of of ficers may take place at the same meeting It was also urged that hereafter c6jnpehsatfm be given only to State Cfluntjjud division Score tiries and Treasurers Other minor changes were suggested but they were only where the laws conflict The members were rejoiced when it was reported that County President Quinn was again able to be out Two candidates were reported favorably and Martin Sheehan nnd John lesslon were selected ns delegates to the State convention Secretary Coleman read n letter from the Paris division which conveyed nn invitation to nil Hibernians to be there on Labor day After time meeting of the County Board next Thursday night tIle Secretary will notify President irate as to the arrangements made by the Louisville delegation nnd the number that will go from this city Because of the absence of time officers the meeting that would hnve been held September 3 has been dispensed with WILL TAKE VOWS Following the example set by Miss Celeste OShaughnessy daughter of Peter OShaughnessy the wealthy Newport distiller three ofthe young ladies who were her schoolmates will take the veil with her and devote the remainder of their lives to the ihurch The young ladies are Miss Irene Gerhardstein of Eighth and Overton streets Newport Ky and Miss Florence Cinq Mar The Matters sister Miss Anna who was an inmate of the convent but who returned home intends to enter again nnd his time she says that she will stay The Cinq Mar girls are residents of Yinoski Vt Miss Gerhnrdsteln is sseventeen years of age FEVERS VICTIM Thomas Sheehan forty seven years of age and one of the best known men In Fayette county fell a victim to typhoid fever nnd passed iInto eternal rest Tuesday at St Joseph Infirmary In Lexington Deceased was the son of Martin Sheehan and lived with him about five miles from Lexington on the Georgetown pike Two sisters Misses Nellie and Mary Sheehan and two brothers John and Dennis live In Fayette county and mother brother the Rev Father ifartln Sheehan is a resident of New York City FOR CHARITYS SAKE An Ice cream social and festival will be given next Thursday evening by the ladles of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in the schoolhouse grounds at Buchanan and WAshington streets Music nnd other ipeclal amusements will be prlvlded and oa this is a deserving cause there wiu Joiibless be n large atten dance y GERALDINe MEETINQ The Geraldine Dramatic Chi meet at time residence of Mist beth King next Wednesday fThe matter of giving a he under discussIon and It will be settled at this meeting n BRYA Declares That the SyJnl America Is Now WltU Ireland Notable Address Delivered Reception of Iris Club Americas Debt to Game From Ewe Isle UAYB PLAYED A CONSPICUO William Jennings Bryan and were given an enthusiastic rece by the London Irish Club and being welcomed by T P OCom P the great American respon followsIt very kind of you to g this cordial welcome and this letuP iy farewell I appreciate the com pliment that is paid to us by tutu Invitation to attend this club titcompliment paid to us in the speech of Mr OConnor and the honors donJ us by the presence of Mr RedmoiiJ the lender of the Irish party in Pufl liament I have some Irish bioJin my veins I have the testimoilf of my father that we were of Irish extraction although we dont know when our ancestors landed in America or from what part of Ireland BartIrishItlminkoftIllbeyonamtJ sthmancestry one more race than I do nnd mixer ti little German with Irish So tintyou cnn understand we have a doubly reason for appreciating time cordinli P of your welcome Mention has been made of the act that some of your countrymen have gone to America That is trueagreat ninny In fact so many that when I was in Ireland the other day 1 could not help noticing the numbei of youbuildingseverywherenfamiliarCorlDublin tlAmlrcnour country I can say without tery that no people irttve uiiongst us who have shown themselves more capable of efficient par ofAmericansection of the country you may go ntnong the people of any occupation of any profession of any calling and you will find the Irish there There is no department In America In which they have not played a conspicuouJ part They leave been prominent hj the ministry they have peen prom llabllmIil every industrial occupation thel have borne their part It is ml strange therefore that there shouB he n sympathy between the peopltl of Ireland nnd the people of thJ strangthereforefects your welfare interests thenl that every aspiration you have f lthe development and elevation njprogress of your people finds n urn response in the hearts of the Ami lean people and that is true as been so eloquently said without I yard to party and without regard creed Just as in Ireland OContl the Catholic and Parnell the P estant found common ground in vocnting the rights and interest Irishmen so in my country I estants and Catholics look Emernlda11l1 j peoplItbe frank enough to tell you sympathy with the Irish caused monopolized by the DemocS party The Republicans ns well as time Democrats look with interest nnd nPEertalnltomeat and your ambitions I think I owe that to the people of my coup try to my political opponents to say that We Democrats cnn not claim any greater love for you or greater interest in you than the Republicans can for I believe this feeling is well nigh universal lfr- OConnor has mentioned our vUllllil j mid its position in time world I arm glad that the people of Ireland tee as they do towards America and 1 may say to you that in an absqncr of now a little more than ten months it has lone mv heart good to find si friendly feeling towards the Unite States in all the countries I have beei In Nowhere lid I find people expressing anything but interest in tin United States and I want to say this to you that It has strengthened me in the conviction that the ambi tion of my nation was not fo mat people fear it but to makdi peo love it If there be any whoi peopllIftheir flag I take i that wp have n f of people pbg tlienTtni nn g NTUCKY IRISEI AMERICA MY IRISH flMERIGM ad Social Advancement of all Irish American AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS PRICE ONE DOLLAR PIER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C ered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Miller nlcallonstotbe JCENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Slret I OUISVILLR Ky SATURDAY AUGUST 52 zgo6 OL1C EDUCATION h jys for Htudents arcI dose and a new Bchol 11 soon begin ParentI mine to what schoolI Kend their children rays is Catholic Like Memphis is blessed in having good chools The parish school inunl of any private or pub in the city as far as thcy We then have the St Xavier s for young men and boys Jual of any school in the coun Ie Columbian College at Owens ncl the famed St Marys Iir county For the young hulk e the Dominican Sisters wIt arned an enviable reputatior country for teaching Pre sentatrpn Academy and azereth Mar Grove anti Loretto and St atherlnes Academy on East Broad ay besides others scattered hrotighout the diocese Xo Catholiii rent no matter how precise or ejo Iling he may be ns to the prop r lncatlon of his children cnn find P fault with the faculties afforded uy Louisville for securing a CatholU education In this clayof growing ndlfference to all kinds of rcliglor inu the great increase of divorce and socialism every parent and espfr lally Catholic parents should sec hot their children receive prop r Wining in their religion Every day with out rcvc see children reared igion bringing trouble antI shame r the heads of their old parents Ike only regret is that more attett Jon is not given to the education our young men and boys Parents make a grievous mistake by taking heir boys front school at an earl ige and putting them In places where here is no opportunity for their ad ancement They should remember jiat knowledge Is power and will en We the young man to toke front ank and reward them an hundred old RAISE FOR BRYAN I Last Saturday Hon James B Me Jreary United States Senator from Kentucky opened Ills campaign at Henderson and in reference to theft Presidential election had this to Lay of William Jennings Bryan who Lppears to be the almost unanimous MIce of the Democratic party L The political situation is different low from what It was In 1900 but lie questions involved are moment lie and Interesting In these impor Rnt awl critical times the safety of ho country is in the guardianship If the Democratic partsand with ra liontnneity similar to that which In trying and critical time called joinas Jefferson to be President of p United States the people turn to Is man who stands undaunted and lllsmayed and well equipped to lie with all that confronts him e courageous antI pure this gal M and gifted tried and true states I antI patriot is being supported ill who are opposed to Republican I cud llepublican methods lie is foreign land but he is the favor If the American people und they liominate hint by acclamation lect as the next President of the M States William Jennings an He led us in two of the most brilliant and remarkable campaigns our country has ever known and he was not victorious but his eloquence hif energy his ability anti his bril liant and unprecedented campaigns will always be remembered with pride and pleasure It Is a pleasing recollection of mine that I helped to nominate him voted and spoke for iihn jn both ofl1ls campaigns and managed the Kentucky campaign when he Carried the State Judge John McCann has deported tunTself with becoming dignity during the trials of the Sunday cases Ills position has been a very trying one bUiihe Judge has come out with the respect and confidence of the peo plof Sever was n more stingingor deserved rebuke Inflicted upon any jme than that given City Attorney Ijlmrds whose petition bore insin na that any honorable mann rimed of The Judge has his convictions and as them tho History relates that during the month of August 1021 a cargo of marriageable ladles consisting Qf one widow and eleven maids were consigned at London England to the colony in Virginia to be sold for tobacco at the rate of 120 pounds of the best leaf for each No otho country Inthe world can be charged with such an act And it should not be forgotten that the England of the present In the same as the Eat land of that lay Her act is the worst stain that rests upon Vlrginlti Joseph P Kenleya wen know writer for the Catholic press has been nominated for Congress by the Democrats of Hamilton countj which includes a large part of Cin clnnatl in the district Toe was n member of the last Ohio Legislature land made a record that shows he possesses all the qualifications requi site for a Congressman He is 0- i fluent antI forcible speaker fearles and honest anti we hope he will beI elected in November I I To secure control of the next II House of Representatives the Demo ConIgresllionalhas and take fiftyeight away from I the Republicans In spite ot this unusual majority to overcome Chnlrintu James M Griggs of Georgia and the I men who are managing the campaign for the Democrats are hopeful ofI successNew York Democrats just now arc in a bud way Jerome will be a weal candidate for Governor anti it appears that Hearst has enough enemies in the party to defeat him If he receives the nomination Chicago has at last abandoned Its antiquated cable system and owl horse ears Monday morning electric ears were installed on nil lines running from the West side EIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere State Deputy Martin has redis tricted Wisconsin There are noW seven districts with twentyscvci councils The Knights of Colorado Spring gave a banquet to Father llaber upoi the occasion of the celebration of hli silver jubilee as a priest The new rooms of the Knights at Auburn will open for use on Laboi day When completed the courtei11 chamber will be as fine as any In Central or Western Xew York Knights in many small towns where there are not members enough to organize councils have movement on foot to establish club rooms with the beginning of the fall season Apostolic Delegate Fnlconio was last week the guest of Ilushop Me Golrick nt Duluth The Knights of that city took a leading part in tin reception bf the distinguished visitor The Knights of Austin Texas have provided a tent for the use of the many Catholic soldiers who will bt encamped there till October 15 Father Dalton holds services there and when these are not taking place Jhe tent is used as a rending and writing room DUE TO MARY If Catholic lands and Catholic hornet today are beautiful in their simplicity of virtue in their unfailing permanency in their benediction it islargely due to the sweet memories and cpecial benediction of Mary the Mother of God If the Christian mother is honored and iis obtaining the obedience love and devotion that her high and holy place entitle her to it is because there are in the background high above the example and protection of Mary the Mother of God She has been our human natures sol benigninfiuncethe slavery of paganism to the white light of virtue progress aud happiness that today mark her life RICH SILVER VEIN A report has reached Castlerea that a silver mine has been discovered in a quarry at Bobo County Roscommon P 1 Costello foreman over the quarry men says that last week after a rock in time quarry about twenty feet under the surface of the land had been opened b busting he discovered a large vein in the center of the rock which bid all the appearance of silver rtis Vila had been reatly shattered by the force of the plosion but Costello gathered up as Kb of the fragments or small bits as uldand trwardedthem to a jew i Dublin for analysis Costello eived a reply stating thct it in a luable mineral and to preserve k of ItI as pOMioe for further ex it In proceeding with the wartying since further discover ecu maids of material Which ie appearance of containing law state J a SOGIEfY I Kay Flanagan is spending his vaca I tlon at Atlantic City and New York Mr and Mrs Jack Barry are at Ovean View for a stay of several wicks Attorney Will OConnor returned Tuesday from a short visit to Meadc county Miss Clee Clmrlton left Tuesday morning for Nashville to spend sec MISS NELLIE M AND JOHN Popular young people to be married at the Cathedral in September c t oral weeks with her friend Miss Clara Xormun I IssI Mary Flood of Jeffersonville has gone to St Louis for a visit with relatives I Il1s8 Mantle Dillon left Saturday on a trip to Old Point Comfort nnd Sew York- I I I Misses Mary Cassin and Anastasia Lawler have arrived home from Gray son Springs Miss Emma Thieman left last week for nn extended visit with friends at Vincennes Ind Mr Clyde Kerlin is spending his va cation at Skylight as the guest of Mr George Kcrlin Miss Lizzie McCloud will return the first of next week from a visit to Sew York and the East I Miss Hazel Burke of has been the guest of Miss Mollle Mackie in South Louisville I Miss Louise McCrory nnd Mrs Anna Itnrch left Wednesday for Ki ogura Falls nnd Sew York I Irll Jessie Tierney 210 Caldwell street left Saturday for Frankfort to visit friends for several weeks Mrs John Gibbons anti her son Leo ot Scranton arrived this week to visit Mrs Bridget OMalley in Port land Misses Corlnne Angermeler Blanche Graff Cora Miller anti Currie Mooney have gone to Flshervllle to spend two weeks I Il8ResI Mary Kelly anti Elizabeth Donnhoe popular Portland girls have returned from a visit to Floyd Knobs Ind I I Mrs 15 P Mulloy nnd her sister Miss Hose Kavanaugh left Tuesday I to spend time remainder of the month at Macklnuc Mich Misses Cordelia Glenn Clara anti Mayme Swift and Katherine and Anna Mornn are spending their vaca it ton at White Mills I Misses Laura Beatty and Mamie Ctirley have returned from a six weeks trip to Atlantic City New York and Philadelphia I Miss Lucille Conntff of St Louis has been having a pleasant visit with her grandmother Mrs Bridget Con nlff 1529 Twelfth street James Landers and wife of East Main street left Wednesday for Britt Iowa to spend three weeks with Mrs Landers brother Patrick Durnin Mrs T Flanagan who has been visiting friends and relatives in Mil wnukee will leave today for Omaha to visit her brother and sisters 11 Emmet OSullivan who has been spending a week in Chicago will visit Milwaukee anti the lake resorts and will not return before September rEdward Jtzjrerald and wife who have JxJen visiting In Xorthern Wis flitlh for several weeks have re turned to their home la Sew Albany Miss Ruth McCabe has returned from Xew York where she was for several months the guest of Mr and Mrs W K Campbell at Kingsuridge Mr and Mrs Meyer ITlpp and Mr and Mrs Frank Heeder have gone on a three weeks trip to Atlantic City Philadelphia Jsew Yory and Washing tonI Mrs John T Welch and daughters Elizabeth and Margaret of Beech lJ10nti will return next week from Taylorsville whretheY are Visiting I friends I Miss Itena Lee a favorite in New Albany society circles left the first of the week to be a guest at a recep lion given by the Country Club at Frankfort John Foley nail wife and Albert Foley of South Louisville were thisI week the guests of relatives at Paris Before returning they will visit rel atives at Richmond I Ir and Mrs Jacob n Ohllgschla ger and children and Mrs Lena I fromIII Misses Katie Davern Mayme FarI GARVEY B NADORFF I r Covington I J I J rell and Katherine McIIugh arrived home tlie first of the week after an enjoyable season of rest and recre ation at Hardin Springs Mr anti Mrs James H Wilson who have been spending a pleasant week as the guests ofMr and Mrs William Norton 818 Fifth street leave today for their home nt Duqucsne Pa The engagement of T Al Barrett the well known undertaker and Miss Josephine Hoertz daughter of Hon Jacob Hoertz is announced Their marriage will take place Thanksgiv ing tiny jMr antI MrsJnines Kerlin of 1007 Fourth street left Wednesday for a trip through Indiana Before return ing theyvIil be the guests of Mr Norton Whltesides at Franklin IncL for several days The stork has made its second visit to the home of Mr nnd Mrs J M Jtichards 1COO East Spring street New Albany leaving them n handsome tenpound baby girl over which there is much rejoicing- Mr and Mrs T J Brislan who visited here last week have gono East and will stop at Atlantic City New York and Boston They were accompanied by their niece Miss Stella Buckley of this city Owen Sullivan and wife anti son antI daughter Owen T antI Miss Mary Sullivan have gone on a months visit to Atlantic City Sew York and Washington They were accompanied by Mrs M J Sullivan and daughter Miss Josephine Miss Catherine Fnllahay who has jii been visiting in Indianapolis for the past six weeks will return home the first of next week Miss Fnllahay has been the guest of honor at a number of entertainments given in the Hoosier capital- 4nnouncement has been made of the engagement of Michael Pox and Miss Lena Bauer whose marriage will be solemnized Thursday morning at St Anthonys church in Jefferson ville Both are well known and the news comes as a pleasant surprise to their many friends on both sides of the river One of the notable weddings for loptember will be that of George J autz anti Miss Emma if Bossung whose engagement Is here first announced The groom is a well known merchant tailor and a prominent igure in Catholic society circles Miss Bossung is the attractive daugh ter of Mr and Mrs P J Bossiing Cast Madison street Their union vill be solemnized at St Boniface church The announcement of the ap iroaching marriage of John B Na lorff anti Miss Nellie M Garvey will be hailed with delight by the legion of friends of those most estimable md worty young people Their union will be solemnized with a nuptial high mass at time Cathedral en Wednesday morning September 12 at 8 oclock the Rev Dr Schuh mann officiating The bridctoue is tIle charming daughter of Mrs Mary Inrvey East Gray street and is a roung woman much admired for her amiable disposition and mummy fine raits of character Mr Naclorff is 0 member of time firm of Xadorff Jros and is a prominent figure in the Uniform Rank C 1C of A and ifackln Council The ushers will be lessrs Charles and Frank Xadorff Thomas J Garvey and John Finzer The friends of tIme contracting par titS are invited to the church QUAINTANDPRETTX Oldfashioned armchairs nifty be irougiit right tip to late by covering hem arms and all with pretty flowered chintz cretonne or denim In Town green or dark red 0- tuI C TUB IRISH PRICE Im going to sing an Irish song In fine old Irish style About a maid named Molly Mack Who married Paddy Myle Theyd lots of little children Some eight or ten Im sure The only fortune in their lives Elese they were bitter poor They named one for OConncll Fitzgerald Emmet Tone And one they named for Hugh ONell The hero of Tyrone The next for Patrick Sarsfield The hero of the Boyne And one for fighting Sullivan Who walloped old Burgoyne Then blueeyed little Molly Was winsome wild and free Awl Pdt was full of sunshine And all were full of glee A childless Croesus asked one day The price hed have to pay For Molly Kathryn Pat or Ned To take one far away Ist sell my child the mother asked My God I Just think of that Youd give us 20000 For Molly Jim or Pat Youd give the wealth thats in the world And add to that again A hundred thousand times as much Your offerd be in vain There isnt wealth within the world To buy my little Pat And when it comes to Molly dear My man wont hear of that So take your gold and goto mass And get th = grace of God Before wed part vith one of them Well be beneath the sod Of course you think weie foolish But its the Irish way To measure life by Love and Faith And not by what they say Who measure life and faith and love By gold or golden store And sell their souls and childrens souls For aye and evermore RECENT DEATHS The death of Patrick McCarthy Bon of Mrs Margaret McCarthy 2122 Batik street occurred Monday morn ing and was time cause of deep soy row among his numerous friends nnt relatives His funeral was largely attended the services being held at St Cecilias church Wednesday after noonJolmt Garrltty son of Mrs Maria Gurrltty COO Twentysixth street Riiccumbctl to pneumonia Monday afternoon The funeral occurred Wednesday morning from St Cecilias church of which deceased had been a member Besides his mother he leaves one sister Miss Mary antI many friends who will feel keenly his untimely death Henry Kckert a pioneer musician antI a member of the hand that gave the first rendition of My Old Ken tucky Home died Monday evening nr his home 121J West Chestnut For over half a century he has made Louisville his home and here live his surviving son and daughter The funeral took place Wednesday morn- Ing from St Marys church of which deceased had been a faithful mem her t Frank Lucas an aged and respect ed engineer and for many years a resident of this city died Sunday morning nt his home 1109 Twentieth street after a long Illness following n stroke of paralysis Surviving him ire Ills wife two sons and a daughter Though sixtyone years old the deceased was active and employed until stricken The funeral services were conducted by ROY Father Walsh at the Sacred Heart church Tuesday morning nail were attended by a large number of sorrowing friends and relatives HINTS ON STYLE The chemise which for 11 10ng time was elbowed aside for the corset rover has come into its own again From models displayed everywhere it is evident that brown will be one iot the predominating fall and winter colorsAs it wears out sooner than the upper it is best to make the under part of a sleeve double so that it can be darnedHome who have difficulty 1 in pressing curved seams will find a rolling pin a good pressing board if u clean cloth be wrapped around it- ISrown anti black anti gray checks will predominate for street Biiits for fall wear They are not expensive tad present a very neat appearance when well fitted In shortening a skirt pattern al ways fold a plait across time middle of the pattern Never shorten from the top or bottom of time skirt or the shape will be spoiled When putting steel or whalebone into a bodice bend them slightly at the waist before putting into casing You will find the bodice will fit to the figure much better When putting on a collar make neck of bodice or blouse slightly smaller than base of collar band nnd notch bodice here and there while putting collar on Uy so doing yon avoid wrinkles Pongee petticoats with embroider ed flounces are much worn and liked because they not only give good ser vice and do not soil readily but also may bo washed whenever they need It For the heavier hard wear skirt mohair is still the usual choice though various part silk or mercer ised stuffs have put forward claims IRISH INDIAN CHIEF A band of Winnebago Indians from the Black lllver Falls Wis reserva tlonis exhibiting atn MlhvaUkCp imusement park In charge of the ndlnns Is Thomas Itoddy a Chicago rishAmerican who1 is chief of the rlbe lloddy as a bqy became a trader among the Indians Chief mack Hawk had always expressed a vitih that Roddy should succeed him md when he died in 1802 the Indians byblehJuffalo c l coxAxtctxc QOcOQ4 I The Academy of St Catherine ri I IofSiennaI Near Springfield Ky g 4 Will be opened to a limited number of pupils the first I I Monday of September 1906 For further information f 1 address TIE SISTER DIRECTRESS I s s xx 8 3 jpmmmmmmm mmmmimiimmmm mmmmmniK Orphans Festival= ON THE GROUNDS OF THE St Josephs Orphans Home g AT CRESCENT HILL 3- S WEDNESDAY AUG 29 19062= la case of ado the festival will be held on the following day = s eveningGood= sr = 5= 12 yrs of age accompanied by parents free = E ADMISSION 25 CENTS = i e = Purchaers or Uckdsare entitled to a chance on the following articles Quick Meal == Gas Range donated by Geher Son Gurney Refrigerator donated liy 0 K Stove ZZZ gr and Range Co Fine Hnisscl Rug 0x12 donated by Jos Hubbuch Sr 8 Sons 1Ine Pair = Shots donated by Jacob II Wnlier Crescent lUll cars pass the grounds GustO Welir ZZZ =leyys Military Band 30 Musicians under the direction of Constantine Kollros = lU1UUUUU1UUUUllU1UUUUUUllUUU1U1U ULULLILULL1- LLISt1 t 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 730 Bowling Contest btwecn 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 Set of LadysDiamondSpecial Prize of Horse Runabout and Harness Children under 12 years of age accompanied by parents will be admitted free n P BANNON President MJJ BANNON- Vice Pres Gen Mgr Kentucky Ytriflodd Brisk INCORPORATED o1t1foo rer 02 VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS 0 Office W Jefferson Sf Works Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 073 TELEPHONE 1252 BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY AUQ 26 Empire Burlesquers FONTAINE FERRY PARK TUB PARK BBAUTIFUV WKKK OF AUG 20 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Illram Bomm Brrr Cameron and Flanagan Deroat Trio Delight Iiarsch Darrington anti the Kinedrome FREE BAND CONCERTS Every Afternoon and Night by Cooks Military Band IDEAL ROLLER RINK Finest Skating Surface in the South Two Ses sions Dall- y30AMUSEMENT DEVICES30 ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings This beautiful park has been greatly this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par lies or societies should consult the mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts C J SIINE1DEP DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets live your boys aa education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIE S COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brother Cbutleal cienti candBu ineMCour Preparatory De parteleot Iree Swimming Pool Well HQulpped I ymsBttum Terms Moderate Bro James nil r A Treasurer DANNONJR 1 Ca 508512 improved CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenu 261 W Jiflirson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed 4I I +I II I I 4I I I + I + + t ftI tt +I + + t tt 4 Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CRfAMCO MANUFACTURERS OF PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy 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REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Cumb Phone 548Y MONEY TO LOAN o t r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Weekaeneral- Newa Notes nIghtThisthe State convention John Barton William Cain and Jfitnes Lynch will represent the New port division at the coming State con vcntlon at Paris The Hibernian Knights of Worces ter Mass contemplate holding an Irish dancing carnival next October when prizes will be awarded for jigs and reels Rochester nude a fine showing in the State parade at Utica last I uea day That city sent n delegation of between 400 and 500 headed by the Emmet Guards and a band presentedbyAuxiliary of Norwich Conn have been placed in position In the Con vent chapel of St Patricks parish Twentyseven events were on the programme for the outing of Division 1 of Duluth last week This was the twentyfirst annual gathering of the kind and an enornioua crowd was In attendance At the anniversary celebration of Division 19 of Providence forty members of the Ladies Auxiliary and the State officers and Presidents of ten divisions were present among the incited guests The Hibernians of Roma last week held a largely attended reception In honor of the Rev James Carson the newly appointed pastor of St Peters church He is Chaplain of the county organizationPresident Murphy presided over n good meeting of Division 4 Wednesday night The members were notified that Joseph OBrien continues on the sick list There were a mini ber of visitors present and several good talks- Matthew Dennison for twentytwc years State Secretary was presented with a gold watch and chain at the Michigan State convention held recently nt flay City M F Powers of Grand llaplds was elected State President National President Cummings spoke wen when he said he would conduct the affairs of the organifi tion on conservative broadminded Irish and American lines Upon that platform he will have the confidence and support of the entire member ship Two hundrer delegates will today close a very busy State convention nt Anaconda Mont TJie opening ses sion was held Thursday and for the entertainment of the delegates and visitors who came from nil parts of the State there were numerous side trips and a banquet Sot less than 600 delegates and vis itors ore expected at the Indiana State convention that meets Monday at South Bend A feature of the contention will be a bH to be given nt St Patrisks Hall and a banquet which will be given at the Oliver Hotel where the sessions will be held The Ladies Auxiliary convention will be held at time same time and place Connecticut Hibernians held their State convention this week in the armory nt New Britain Among those who were invited and took part in tho proceedings were night Rev Bishop Tierney the Mayor and local clergy and pastors from Berlin Plainville Bristol and Hartford The first session was held Wednesday morning and adjournment took place Thursday night What will in all probability be the greatest athletic success known in the history of amateur sport will be the twoday monster athletic carnival of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which will be held nt Celtic Park Long Island City The prizes will bo handsome nnd most costly that has ever been presented nt an amateur meet Many athletes of worldwide reputation and some of the worlds record holders and Olympic champions have forwarded their entries to the chairman of the Games Com mittee and judging from the enor mous demand for the entry blanks every athlete in and around New York State will compete There will be events open to the athletes of the Amateur Athletic Union of America ntholic SundaySchools Athletic league Knights of Columbus nnd a onemile relay race closed to Irish American military organizations of six years standing THE BLARNEY STONE Few persons know how the Blarney stone the kissing of which is known to bestow peculiar wheedling powers upon a person first got it reputation It dates back to 1602 when the Spanish were trying to excite the Irish chieftains to harass the English authorities Captain Mormas McDermot McCarthy who held the Castle of Blarney in Ireland had concludedan armistice with the Lord President on condition of surrendering- this fort to an English garrison but day after day he put off the English lord with soft promises and delusive delays until the English lord became a laughing stock and Blarney talk1 a proverb HE ENJOYED IT Mrs Newlywed had her first venture lit cooking dinner in her own home which passed successfully and they sat in silence at opposite ends of the table wondering at the novelty of it all and gazing at each other Honestly hon estlyen your word of honordid you like it darling she asked finally Never enjoyed anything so much in my life he said and swallowed lump Everything everything from soup to pudding Every mouthful from soup to pudding he said bravely Oh I- am so relieved then she said as a huge sigh escaped ber You see I forgot to order syrup for the sauce for the pudding and I had to have some hing so I took your cough syrup and r was so afraid youd taste it1 ROOD DEEDS Let us learn a lesson front Christs retusneverhesitat8toperlorm ivs foresee that Jt will jnyply us In suffering and humiliation j f u if J I 5 6 and 65- 0PANTS 345 Fine allwool wors teds light medium and dark patterns pegtop and regular styles all sizes and choice of 1000 pairs at 345 LEWSTHIRD AND MARKET DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the c- ityWmFMayer 419 WEST MARKET ST HENRY HUNOLI DEAIBR IN Staplep pA and Fancy Grocerie FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home PImae 4330 540 W WALNUT Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSl EXCHANGEI LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET BRYAN Continued Prom First rage and will be willing that every ques tion in dispute shall ue presented for investigation and deliberation with the idea of settling all questions by reason and not by force I have such faith in this sense that I believe in the course of time every question wilt be settled right and it is because I believe that the sense of justice i1- 4to be found everywhere I have hope that Irelands appeal to justice and the world to the justice of the people among whom Ireland is placed will be a successful appeal I am not here to make you II speech I am simply here to acknowl edge the courtesy that you have shown to Mrs Bryan and myself and I thank my friend Mr OConnor for having included Mrs Bryan in his words of welcome for she has been my companion in all my joys wIth me and by dividing multiplied them but has robbed all my disappointments and all my sorrows of their sting and it is fit that the 11111- 1words spoken of her should bespoken by an Irishman for I knout no other country on earth where wo nan is held in higher esteem or shares more fully in all the affairs of the man and the family than in Ireland t BUCKINGHAM Entirely overhauled and redecorated the Buckingham TJieater will throw open its doors next week This popular burlesque and vaude villa playhouse possesses every com fort the theatergoer can desire For the initial attraction the manage ment will present the Empire lurlesquers which gives assurance that the bill will be an exceptionally good one ADVISES RESISTANCE Emile Flourens who was the FrendS Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1880 as just thrown a bombshell into the rank of the French officials by publishln a book it is said through inspiration received from Rome In which be dissects the law of separation and shows tat thCatholicse suit to its provisions M Flourens gAys it Is the duty of Catholics to stand by beside of the Church and the Faith and to make a determined war against the law The publication of the workhas caused mufti ofa sensation In Govern meat circles as it is known that millions- of copies have been printed lot dlstribu then In every diocese ana parish of- Fraace J D I Ie c IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Irish National Foresters convention of 1007 Is to be held at Dun Balk Dublin moll car drivers are com pelled to work eighty hours per week for which they are paid only 20s Artier Cahill aped twentyfou passed away at his fathers residence In Drumconrath and for the bereaved parents there Is felt much symp thyThe death has occurred at the age of 103 years of Mrs Ilonoria Morris at Kinln near Castlerea who up to n short time ago was able to discharge household work Father McTCeown the popular par lh priest at Dunleer was greeted by his people and presented with ad dresses upon his return to them after his recent illness Blight has made its appearance among the potato crop in Munster and several centers in Limerick Clare and Kerry are already reported os having tubers affected Ilev Peter OLeary Castlelyonti County Cork has been appointed by Most Rev Dr Browne Bishop of Cloyne to a vacant canonry in the Cathedral Chapter of Cloyne The people of Warrenport ore do ing much to bring their place up to date us a seaside resort The new swimming baths and sea promenadi tend to make the place more pop ular then it has been Matthew Duff an aged and rev sleeted citien died at his home at Oreenhill County Meath and his re mains were buried in the Drum con ruth graveyard He leaves two sons Patrick and James Duff A return showed the number ol eviction notices for the quarter ended June 30 1900 has been presenter to Prliainent The total number 663 Mayo claiming 87 Donegal 02 Tyrone 47 and Oalway 31 Owen McCabe a resident of Corn nenty met with a serious accident at Lisncullen While proceeding home from the blacksmiths forge Ills horse took fright and McCabe foil His leg was broken und his body bruisedAndrew Carnegie has qffercd 15000 to the Llsinore Public Libra ries Committee for the erection of four branch library buildings for the rural district which has been accept ed nndn con ittec appointed to provide sites in Lismore Tallow llahI duff and Cappoquin When presented before the Dublin Commission Maxwell Boyle of Glen darrngh County Fermanagh a Jus ties of the Peace for Caran pleaded guilty to having written a defam atory libel in a letter addressed to a young lady in Dublin for which Justice Wright sentenced him to six months imprisonment Father Hackett of Maynooth Col lege who hind been spending six weeks at St McCartans Seminary in Monaghun suffered an attack of acute pneumonia Ills relatives were summoned to his bedside but the last report states that while his con dition was unchanged it was not ex pected that fatal results would fol lowA serious accident occurred at the old Barytes mines nt Scart near deIsClmledwooden pint form at a depth of about fifty fathoms from the surface While clearing off the rubbish from this platform it suddenly collapsed precipitating three men to the bolt tom about eighty more fathoms thirty of which are water Patrick Casey and J Donovan were drowned The third mon P Driscoll who was able to swim kept himself afloat until help reached him An extraordinary fatality occurred at Charlesvllle demesne near Itos crew A tennis party was In progress at Clmrjeville House the host being Mr H C White J P formerly High Sheriff for Queens county During the evening White left the tennis grounds accompanied byn ladya Miss Kadcliffe from County Meath and it is surmised that they went for a row on the artificial lake on the glands the dimensions of which woulcr be about four acres The party not returning nt a late hour some persons went in search of them When the lake was reached the empty boat was seen floating on it and also Whites hat but there was no sign of the lady or that gentle man The body of Miss Hndcliffe was found about thirtyfive yards from the shore and that t f Write about three yards away- CANADA Canada holds that if there is to be an annexing on this continent she should be the annexer not the annexed The Dominion now exceeds the United States in area by 250000 square miles She comprises onethird of the area of the British empire is as large as thirty United Kingdoms eighteen Germanys and thirtythree Italys Her seacoast equals half the earths circumference and her territory stretches 3500 miles one way and 1400 the other But Canadas total population doesnt equal the population of New York and Londpn combined and it is people not acres that constitute a countrys greatness PHYSICAL CULTURE The body motions are necessary to beauty Learn how to sway your body prettilyand you have conquered the dreadful bugbear of awkwardness You must learn to bend and sways to move this way and that way to stand up and sit down without acting as if hinged There are women whom it is a delight to watch and there are others whose every movement is painful to the eye Dont be one of the awkward sisterhood when you can just as well be graceful pAc tice them early and late and and if you have a few minutes in between times practice them again Stand erect and with your arms go through with the calisthenics which will transform you from an ugly duckling iinto a charming ly pretty Aryan FRANK FEfiR BREWN INCORPORATED Brewers and mattLOUISVILLE ICY =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Be BREWED BY SENN ACKERMA ERFiWIliTGc EOMPAIOTYIN- OORpORAT D TELEPHONE 4e52 LOUXSVILLE n PABST BEER 1 ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely aged TELEPHONE xa rO Louisville Brancn Jfourreentn ana Jcrierson Sis Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 T- UEWIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OERTBL 4 BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BERT 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE SOHN B FRANK eNALTSRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2093 LOUISVILLE KY 15OLOUISVILLE TO EVANSVILLE OWENSBORO HENDE SON V- IAHENDERSON ROUTE SUNDAY AUG 26 ASK THE AGENT Special Train Lv Union Station 745 a m SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VI- AHENDERSON ROUTET- o Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points sad GREAT A RTHWEST Dates of Sale Sept 15 to Oct 31 Ask us for full full iinformation J H Gallagher Tray Pass Agt L J Irwin Genl1 Pass Agent Louisville Ky KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER 9 Washing and dressing ladles and chile dren aspecialty Elegant shrouda made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or sight Home phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St When on the f6WagoD try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll understand a At all good Bars Groceries and SfflDdi EEEMANN BROSe nuOR1ltRS FINE WINGS AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal Kentucky PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Sfreei WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOOMVAL a r Hot Lunch 930two4432 WVV QR19QB1 R 7 P i IRISH DELAY ANY LONGER supply yourself with the choice pickings of MENS SUITS classed iuto five lots 5 890 1075 1190 1490 hese prices will not last much longer BIG STORE- d MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII K3x SxS exSK3S 3 S 3SSSxS IJJTBIflJ OllEiE CoursesPreparatory Commercial Mathemathical and Classical ATIIrUTICSANDPHYSICAlCULTUREClaasesunder Prof Peter Boquel are a strong feature Building equipped with modern conveniences select ao commodatious for boarding students Courses thorough COMMERCIAL COURSK Follow present day business methods and embraces Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting Commercial Arithmetic Commercial Correspondence and Commercial law MATHEMATICAL Course is a direct preparation fnr Mechanics Surveying and Engineering Civil Electrical Mechanical and Mining FOR TERMS ADDRESS Columbian College Owensboro Ky noM Cooney A MPres G0000000 o You Want to Save SIOO On a Piano THEN ATTEND OUR TEN DAYS SALE During tbis sale prices on every make Piano we handle will be cut good and deep offering you a chance to secure HighGrade Pianos al 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 shape we arc fa for space you will raedlly see that what we say is true Visit the Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO oasorso FOURT AYENUE 84t S8 + Tlie Ghas fie Rogers BOOk Go 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city B BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES- OF I EVERY DESCRIPTION t 3O3 W Jefferson Street C H I 1 21iII III i11IIIII 33Iri11III I I I IIIIFI 1 I t+ GIVES PREMIUMS WITH HIS NEW BLEND COFFEE Trial couponPremiums Fine Rocking Chair 20 coupons 110plece Toilet Set for 24 coupons 44pleca Tea Set for 24 coupons X 100plece Dinner Set for 56 coupons Delightful ice tea fine black green or mixed tea to make it with at 45ca pound MULLOY7 I nomePhoni 1313 214 xv MARKET STREET 14l 1 ItIIIII I 4II1i 1 III I 1311ifII 1 I I ii1111 111111 I I II 1 1 Int I I I HIJo I I I I I I I I I HHIHIIHH1 I I I I 101 I I 1 IInt 11 I I 1 I H HH I 1 I HJ iI NORTON COFFEE 60 i IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office and Mills 347 W Main frlI MKI I I 111 I 1 I I I I H I HutloI HIuI I I I I i I I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 I I 1110 tt tt t H I I It t OUR 88Year Oldd Glenbrook Whiskey Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart i WM BORGMANN 1 WINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 214216218 SEVENTH ST + It t I I t tIt t tit t t t YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD I BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches andd Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 304 v JMARI ET STREET sSPHNC8R Presiden- tae6BxeertAooanatist If a fiCrRAfiaAMB i I MULLOY vscERj I THE Warerooms t t t t t t I I I SPECIALTY t I I r 7 Educates Young People Far 3tneee Good Employmtnt and Success Ji eau on wane rod toll wronuATKw r7 ILJgfl 111 fc LE KY Business College SPECIAL SALE ii- OF WarmWeather TowelsWh- ile I the mercury is registering 95 as it has done for the past several days and the probability of it going higheryou know the necessity of more towels Let us supply you it is possible to save largely whilet56 this sale is going on I ss Honeycomb Towels fringedends red or blue border sale price eachI for the next four days I Huck Towels hemmed ends red bor der good size heavy quality sale I price each for the next four days I Huck Towels hemmed ends made with o red border sale price each for this special four day sale I BAC SONUII FOURTH 6M 15M IQILQ i2u2Il2W2I QWQ9I R U A BISHOP SPALDING I Leaves Hastily For Louisville After Receiving TcIIe ram Special dispatches to dally press state that Bishop Spalding Peoria hastily Wednesday on re ceipt of n telegram from Louisville heQwhen asked concerning telegram said that he would visit Louisville and that visit had to do with recent trouble growing of refusal of Bishop Closkey to allow funeral services of Spalding Coleman in a Catholic church railway station he declined to discuss matter stat ing simply that he knew nothing of circumstances that what ho papersThere we do know Bishop McCIockeys refusal I must admit however that I understand action said Spaldinghof making peace resigning Coltmans to action of church The Bishop arrived here Thursday cm vfnt to Galt House When there he said visit nothing to ilo with he abso lutely refused to discuss it in any whatever health is poor he is going to see relatives and take n rest- LABOR DAY PICNIC Enormous Crowds Will Spend Day Phoenix Hill Judging from number of tickets already disposed of there will be an enormous gathering at St Pauls church picnic on Labor day September 3 More amusements and prIzes will be offered than at any outing given on this day Among features will be banquet that will continue from opening to close afternoon euchre and baby show und at night bowling contests between well known teams Holders of tickets WIII be entitled to a chance on special prize of horse runabout harness ijtnd a dozen other valuable prizes MACKIN COUNCIL Louis Kieffer presided de liberations of Mackin Council at meeting held Tuesday night and con tinued work of Increasing membership Besides transaction of routine business reading of several communications three members were elected appli cations received referred The next meeting will be an interesting one as delegates report proceedings of Grand Council i DEAD FROM HEAD Patrick McCarthyaged thirtytwo years died at an early hour Monday morning at home 2122 Bank street from heat prostration being first death from that cause to occur here this year was i son of Margaret McCarthy and a stone mason trade funeral ttiok place from St Cecilias church Rev Father Brady celebrating solemn mass of requiem i AGAIN STAGE Mrs John M Stevenson of Chicago before her marriage Miss Kathleen Kerrigan of New Albany and well known in Louisville decided to return to stage Some years lleading lady with Prank Mayo and made a decided Mrs Stevenson will open season Sep Mlnneapolls Houston of Texas toGUARD WINN Tames VTinn this week appointed a guard at Workhouse lit a reliable man and under watch it will be next to Impossible any ott unfortunates to escape from tmf lastttutloH I n- a k 3C rJC 7Zc II Bleached Bath Towels made with I fringed ends special price each I l for this four days sale Cream or Bleached Bath Towel heavy Ii quality large size made with ii fringedends special sale price Hemmed Huck Towels made with red border for four days sale these splendid towels sell 3 for MARKETS BEiTHIRD 67 tFNAR 521AZt 1521 Q AZ F1iQh21hNQ Rs R the left the anon but the his the out the Me the At the the the save hail not for dp not his and the the the the seen his hind the case and way Ills and at the the ever the the the the the the two the and over the the the the the and the new nnd two and the will the the his the He the by Ills the ON has the ago she was the hit the was the He his for 11 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month MulloyVice Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdword Craddlck DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran LynchFinancial DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeor e J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wedo es day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burks Financial Secretary Emmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatAnnsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresientMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleasan VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy JrFinancial SecretaryJohn Kinney pDoorkeeperEugene KinneyMarshalJoin Y 3VI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street RaidyFirstJ Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat ton Recording SecretaryJohn L Bpland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana hanFinancial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella 0 SHORTHANDADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW kllled1peclatIsls The student is given personal individual train ing by practice work from the start The advantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are unsurpassed This Is the shortest cheapest and best plan ever offered students Call or address cMf Expert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue FONTAINE PERRY PARK witnessingitmanagement to the patrons of the sum mer theater next week Ditntn Botntn Birr will lop the bill Acrobatic come di ns will be witnessed in the DeMont t ids offering Cameron and Flanagan are Dutch comedians who bring new jokes songs and dances A pleasing eature is certain to be the turn cf Misa Delight Barsch This pretty young woman was formerly a comic opera star Ths great Barrington comes as a new ventriiooult and as usual the kine drome will furnish the concluding num VA V programnseCooks again be heard in popular frei concerts each afternoon and evening of the week n 9c f 12Zc 50c S2 1UIlUI UU U IU UQr1QnQ DIRECTORY Will Soon Bc Issued by the Local Hibernian Divisions Division 2 A 0 H had the best attendance of members of the sum mer season Four new members were declared elected and William Murphy was obligated in an impres sive manner by President Ford whose address was a masterpiece of oratory and good sense Thomas Cornfield and Michael Keaney were reported able to be out again Secretary Lynch called for the address of all members in order that there may be no mistake in the new direct cry to be issued before the beginning of thenew year Al Itarrctt was present and when his engagement became known the entire membership surrounded him to extend congratulations The meet was pleasant on- eHIGHER HONORS Come to Very Rev Father Morrissey a Noted Educator The Very Jev Dr Andrew Morris- sey C S C one of the best known and most successful educator In the United States was Tuesday selected as Provincial of the Con gregation of the Holy Cross by the General Chapter of that order which had been In conference for ten days at Notre Dame province say succeeds the Very llev John A Zhhm who has been Provincial for flie past eight years Owing to failing health Dr Morris- sey was compelled to go abroad and travelinginefited Previous to that he had been President of the famous Notre Dame University for fifteen years FOR LABOR DAY Seventyone unions have notified tlie Labor day committee of the Cen tral Labor Union that they will take part in the big parade on Monday September 3 while a number of others are yet to be heard from There will be five divisions eight bands of music and a large number of floats Efforts will be made to make this time greatest Labor day demonstra tion ever witnessed in LouisvilleJ- EFFERSONVILLE Time ladies of St Augustines church win give a lawn fete Monday evening in the school yard on Locust street ami promise a merry time for all who attend There will be severall novel attractions and plenty of amusement The proceeds will be added to the fund to be raised for the pay ment of improvements to be made In tIlt rectory AMUSE HOLY FATHER The Pope appeared amused this week when he was informed that sev eral cable dispatches had arrived from America making Inquiries regarding his health and saying that His Holiness was threatened with paralysis of the heart lIe remarked journalistslncktreat one as if I were Leo SIZE NEW DRAMATIC CLUB The newly organized dramatic club known as the Mary Anderson Dramatic Club will meet next Tues lay evening at 1009 West Chestnut street This new club is composed of some promising material and will produce n play in the early fall NEW ALBANY Daniel Walsh James OHara It J Fleming anil John Goulding have been selected to represent the New Albany Hibernians at the Indiana State convention to be Held next cityMonday n d H I t II 1 II II II It It t H + II II II II II II II t II GREAT SALE Of REXtMATTRESSES I Oct 11 3004 InInFatSeptttOms tee 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 becpme lumpy None genuine without our registered trade mark Chas A Fisher Co This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth face no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No tufts to collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic over entire surII Constructed on scientific principles by improved me- thodGREENEjJAMES I 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET It t t t It t t t t tit I I I I I COAL COALJAnthr- acite Coal per ton 825 + Pocahontas per ton 500 Bernard Lump 300 tand 4th Pool Pitts Lump 325 tiSti Pool Pittsburg Lump 350 is the time to buy Will be no cheaper this summer i BERNARD MINING C0 + IISTBoth Phones 932 342 WEST MAIN STREETithis advertisement when ordering coal X t f Ht t t t t I t t 11 t t t I I r BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY I 11 1 IT 1 IS ALWAYS PUREIIII IW H McKenna Distiller d r OUICKTMEALSTEELRANGES BAKE WELL gJ Loot WELL LAIITSWELL 0 e QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Bet In The World Awarded first prize at the St LQuis Worlds Fair GEttER SON 217 Market st near Second M 4 S S 3x x5 S S4 FO JOV THE CRO07D givingI r UNITEDLAUND RY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTYIP GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732i T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN sxs 3 3 ms4 1I In DR J Te CHA WKS andtIVeterinary Infirmary Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING tJ Horses Coiled For and Delivered BOt P69o nea OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE WMM9 W BROAOWAYen 4444 + 1144 + 1U + 44 I + 1 + 14I 4444t I + 41 + 1 + 4 III II + 44 + 4 III I + 444 + FINE WINES CHAKFAGNEB AL KOLB345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS IUU U UIJunun 1UCtUtUlutJUJUtllUJf 4nL Cl U ii- a