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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJ 9 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANIFIYI VOLUME XVII NO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1906 PRICE FIVE CENT BISHOP MAES Ancient Order of Hibernian Declared oPractlcal Cath olio Society Council of Baltimore Placed Upon It the Stamp of Approval Pays Glowing Tribute to Irish 1r Motherhood and the I Auxiliary fl- I LASTING IMPRESSIONS MADE ON ALL 4t j The treatment accorded the dele gates and visitors to the Hibernian JJtate conventions anti the forceful anti eloquent words of the flight ReV CalrillhU P Maes Bishop of Coving ton and State Chaplain left nn Im pression that will last forever Monday Jnornihg the Pars division and theLiidies Auxiliary and the offi cers delegates and visitors to the number of about 500 assembled at the Hiberian irall and proceeded to the Church of the Annunciation where BolemnhighmasSfWaa cclebratedby Re JJathej f Cuack wIth fiMop jfaWoeciipSilngjthei tiirpneUpon eU ferlnf the edifice alllire4ttelwltlL 1T beLL31t anil tli elaborate atl handsome decorations The altars and sanctuary were ablaze with lights and banked with choicest flowers with large American and Irish flags on the side The choir rendered a special musical programme of Irish music anti I1e 3004 parts wero eiquisUely sung Promptly at 0 oclock the Bish op Father Cuslck and attendants and n procession of nltac boys emerged from the rectory and entered the church the Bishop bestowing his blessihgagjhey Iirpfedtl toltjie al tail FafheSCttsackMas the celebrant of the mass and at its conclusion Bishop fMa 9 ipreofhetV as profound and forceful n sermon as was ever heard at the convention pf any Cath aBc society The good BJshoi JR hap v words toll how their very faith made the whole1 Hii interest In the Ancient Order of 3IlbfirnIons began when he was cpnseqratcd In ii884 He related the story1 of the investigation of tie order bythe Council Jof Baltimore Jit which were present all the Bishops ofthe 4 i5nlfefl tafe + Their4 cake raS referred to a special committee of three Bishops who deliberated long and carefully and Bishop Maes de dared he was overjoyed when they reported the AnclfnC Order the first nnd foremost I Cathojic Rbploty In AWerico hmUhelcdeprsJqnjwas pnhh imously concurred In by all the Bish ops present There were none who professed such loyalty to Patrick and the ChiTfch as this Hlbenihifrtl bnd the were all uenana avomii ptae tical Cotliolicit Affer dvvejllirig on what this impliefif lie referred to the great drawback due to lack ol knowl edge Instruction is now universal but with it there must be religion The history of the Irish race IB a history of faith of sacrifices and should not be allowed to deteriorate now after an existence of iriore than la thousand years without a stain No one he iuiid can be va faithful loyal citizen unless a Christian which means much more tliaamany realize The Bishop next nldresseltbe lath ers and mothers upon the1ingIng up of their children nuiking a strong appeal for the education of the soul anti will Paying special attention to the blessings to be received there from his reference to the faith of the steadfast Irish grandmother was feeling and brought tears to the eyes of many Bishop Mas urged every young roan who Was eligible to J t slice ijut In his application for neny bership In the Ancient Order point lug out to them how much stronger they would be than standing alone Standing together theyn6uld never r sacrifice principle but Set a worthy example His last wprd to the men was Join the ranks Turning to the ladles his face beaming with Bmllert the Bishop spoke at length on the Ladies Aux iliary in which ho vas a firm b Hover The Auxiliary he declared like the wife was the better half of the order and is made xin of those who take care of1 the home the letortray1njC a niiAiifiiv yj beauUfuUpiciw of rnohr ovi flint Is Cod given the Bishop appealed to theta to inpiilcate the faith of St Patrick in their children and closel with IVIMIIK y Pt jlieOhlia1ei1flMt nJll cilepr that madrt sil feel of tlIr order and fcltlu flie r arictn its innbility i1 hick of space- S for the pfTfire sertwhrwhlcW was ft gen In diction and thought ANNIVERSARY Members of Mackln Council WHIvCcIebrat Two Days 7 Mackln Council YV Mi li will ob serve the thirteenth anniversary of Us foundation wltk a twp days a btfi BMivwtfc the bjg In ItWtloiatii oIok iiW Jg noS Slid clofenlfV 4n9 elfkt MaeklHH tlefffee team In carge ol Louli ICI ffViwllin in tte wrk of conferring the honors on a claiw ol cdhIiitisSi St l oiloek WIi4K sixty this liaii ompeted it Is expected that a well knhfl elerrI4aflwiII liver 14k a14ru e lie followed by- eItioa a aiI io t tIks I tke bider pfPt tIl i 4 Io CJ o L l members of the council Preslden Charles Baldv will preside and Intro duco the speakers Theprograriime for Monday nigh Includes a reception euchre an dance for which invitations hay been issued to all members Th club house will be tastefully decorat ed for the occasion which will brlni together ri large assemblage o friends of the council President Baldy says this will b4 the banner year as Mackin will leat the jurisdiction in membership I Is expected to pay off 3000 of the Indebtedness by January 1 whlcl will leave a debt of only 3000 This speaks volumes for the energy ant loyalty of the members and officers HIT BY CAR fell Known People Hav Narrow Escape While Riding While taking a carriage ride Tucs lay Patrick P McCarthy anti wife o 1052 Floyd street and Richard Qitr an and wife had a narrow cscApc prom a frightful fate They were Irlving slowly nt Frankfort and Ray ess1avenHcJtwlien the carriage was itruck by a Westbound Crescent Hill ar and the occupants thrown Into he street They were al once remov d to the drug store of Joseph Moore indgiven medical attention tvei nbrcUI fcUJlltKTI V fcllyll 4ltjlll l a ainf it than serious fliMigbll were iome time recovering from the shock hey received The horse was badly nJurSTajid1 tlfecarriage demolished Hr McCarthyfis thci night tchipf ptr iratbrof the WesierhFUnion Telur fraph Company anti Mr Curran Is ssistaiit freight agent of the South rn Hallway Company The news of he accident nlnrrnqd their JriejidH yho called in large numbers itq in mire fts to their condition jj PEWEE VALLEY I IbnarcdatJon Pleasecl With New Stations of the Cross f y I jf I r it iI Last Sunaoy y mng af SAIoysius hurch Pewee Valley in the presence f a large congregation the new sta ions were blessecl by the Bev Lean er Abell O PrM ofSt Bonlfnce lonvent tlili cltjVa friend and luss inie of the pastor Bev Edward toes Fatheir Leariiler preachetl an loquent and practical sermon show tig how the devotion known nit the Way of the Cross fills up a want ot only In the Catholic but in the hristian life and also how the stn buM fill any Christian Avhoin 8br f V arid afflictions oppress with rue Christian strength and forti ride when he contemplates the Mat f Sorrows vending his wav up alvarys heights there to die for the alvatlon of mankind A large number Of nOnCatholics ere present nnd expressed them elves highly edified with what thej ad seen fund heard and it is the ailloHc hope liatj tKejeed of jinltlt as fallen upon gqpt gfpundi Ihe ongregation is very much pleased rlth the stations which with the iiwly frescoed wallsi and painted ews give the church an air of sweet exotlon The zeajpua and faUbul astor llev Father floes Is to be dngrntulatcd upon the sUccessr that an crowned his Efforts duridg the qst4oyeaVH 11 MACEIN COUNCIL cmbcrshlp Contest Closed at Meeting Hcld Last 4NIhti 14 i j Last night Mdckln Council at a Bpe al riieetlng closed Us membership intest by eleetihg a largo number ho had been proposed at fonter leetlngs The class that will recjive tie degrees tomorrow will number bout felxty At the regular weekly looting Tuesday night the literary attires were dispensed with because f the time taken with reports Ilghteeri candidates Ayijre depUred lectedAI Igbt were reported Awov bly and nineteen applications Were lied With the decision to hold a pedal meeting the Anniversary dnn ilttee reported everjthirig lit mldl cal for the two days celebration Chalrjnan JameRShelly stated that rogress was being made for the fall estlral anti upon his suggestion the ommittee was Increased to twenty our President Baldy appointing fessrs Curran Mooney Bachman Vcben Klein Reid Thleman Hum ilirey Oswald Moran Stewart and turke The Interest In this event Is ncreaslnp and large numbers of Icketa are being sold by the young adlesln the race for the pianos and ilher prizes RETAINED Tuesday night the Board of Alder ten reelected Messrs JblihMcAteer buis Stein and irff- t Bernard mem ers of the Board of Equalization of ty Taxes They liave served In this lipaclty for mans yeiiro and their blllty has Ions bWiij recognized by 11 Interests jr REV FATtIER BAX j The Very TiV FatHer flax State haplaln of the Catholic Knights of merlca will accompany the Louis ills delegates te the State Council vhlch convenes at Covlngtpn next PuwKlay For many years he has held iMpoeitlnn an pirltual heed of the irder arid no one wiU b more wel oie at the conveatteH v a- a C 1J GEORGE BUTLER Elected State President by tli Hibernians After Spirited Contest Paxlii Convention Pronounce the Best Yet Hold In Kentucky Ladles Auxiliary Elects Mis Mary Corcoran For Another Term LOUISVILLE GETS NEXT CONVENTION The State convention of the An cleat Order of Hibernians held a Paris the first of the week was ir credit to the order and the Irish raci in Kentucky It was made up of ubl and representative men who waste not a moment of the time of the con ventlon but applied themselves to th work before them transacting molt business than most similar bodies di in three days The sessions were helc in the Knights of Pythias Hall whlcl was tastefully decorated In green aiu gold and red white anti blue anti wIt flags of the United States anti Ire land State President Thomas Keenar called the convention to order anti announced the appointment of Jamei Dempsey of Paris as Sentinel and William T Median of Louisville ui Sersfcahtatarms Upon motion tin President named the Committee or Credentials as follows Thomas A Quinn David OConnell Con J Ford Patrick J Welsh John A Murphy nil of Louisville James B Dempsey of Paris and John Maloney of Coy Ington A recess was taken to give the committee time to report dur lug which a number of short but happy addresses were made Presi dent Keenan expressed surprise and pleasure at the completeness of the arrangements for the convention The Bishops words of an hour be tore were full reward for all his ef forts anti labor and jnany nights out lie urged all to follow the advice of the worthy State Chanlain Patrick I McCarthy banker and leading citizen of Paris said all doors ivere open The Paris people were ill right the Protestants included Nothing was nailed down nail all ivere urged to demand anything they ivanted ExOCatlanal Dlrdcfor But ler felt exalted and hoped nil would arry home and spread the Impres sion made at Paris and enlist the roung men under the Hibernian ban ner An ovation was given Judge Michael T Shine who saul words failed to sxpress his feelings The Ancient Order was everywhere progressing ind had largely unified the Irish race nd elevated the membership In jurnlng eloquence he praised those rood men who for thirtysix years liad come to the front time after lme for their faith and nationality mil had planted a banner that will lever be exterpatcd Ills heart throbbed when the young men took ip the vrork of their fathers and fore fathers In closing ho cautioned the lelegates to look forward for those ivho will work for the general and lot individual interest to not subor linate the order to selfish Interests jut to legislate for the general good The Committee on Credentials re ported sixtyone tiresent and entitled o seats and no contests President iveenan then announced the appoint neat of the following committees ifter which adjournment was had for llnuer Rules of Order Patrick Kane Paris James Cooney Covjngton Thomas D Clines Louisville Law and Bevislon Daniel P Sulll ran Paris Michael J Shepherd Coy ngton Peter Cusick Louisville Judge Jr T Shine Cpvlngtpn John t Murphy Louisville Thomas How mi Ashland Bcsolutions James Barry Thomas Walsh Joe Lenihan all of Louisville Grievance Al Patterson Newport Patrick Welsh Louisville Michael Iurtell Ashland Finance George J Butleri Louis iille William Grannon Paris George Donnelly Covlngton Press Frank P Burke Louisville Tames G Brennan Covington Daniel Sullivan Paris Upon reassembling the reports of the State officers were read and thowed the order in a prosperous con litton President Keenan urged more active work and that better provision purposesVhIIetrains the order has maintained its ugh position and standing The re ports of State Secretary Hunt show Injr the membership and the receipts itnd disbursements were found cor rect as were also those of Treasurer Rutler and upon recommendation of the committee they were tendered a rising vote of thanks for their faith ful services The rules of the last convention were adopted but the recommenda ion that a certain day be set aside for memorial services was referred to the divisions Chairman Pattersons statement that the Grievance Com mittee had nothing before them evoked hearty applause The BesoluflotiB Committee report pd favorably Judge bines resolution renuestlnp that the Incoming State officers and County Presidents obtain iwriniwlon from the National Board ttfi attend the buMneM meetings ol the Ladles Auxiliaries anti the Mm Ia5 adopted Favorable action wits Fakes on a reeolutlon raaommendlf that idlTUilonB fix a mInimum l itia tton fee 6f 1 and ateo out prseBtil C ti 11 i iii by Joseph McGinn looking toward the formation of companies of Hibernian Knights The per capita assessment remains the same as heretofore tad as the expenses will be less there will be ample funds for organizing work Hereafter delegates to national con STATE PRESIDENT BUTLER ventlon will receive lIve cents pel mile and 3 per diem All division must notify the members one weeli In advance of the election of officers The foregoing pcie approved by the Law and Kevlsloif Ccjinmltte and were adopted I Frank Burke of the Press Commit tee submitted resolutions expressing appreciation ofths courtesies ex tended by the Parii press and thank lug the publishers bf the Kentucky Irish American the official organ for their efforts town rdthie upbuilding ol the order which were Unanimously adopted The only misiness that re mained was the election of officers which developed a most spirited but friendly contest fon the Presidency Bishop vuiiuuun n P T nuenr UL Coving ton was the unanimous choice for State Chaplain and a special commit tee was named to notify him of his selection George J Butler of Louis yule and Judge Michael T Shine of Covington were the nominees for State President The first three bat lots were tied eogh receiving thirty votes A discrepancy o one vote was found in tie fourth when Butler had a majority but at hty request another was ordered when upon motion of Judge Slilve lila election was made unanimous James 1B Dempsey of Paris was elected Vice President by SecretaryJamesP Burdlss of Ashland was reelected Treasurer over Joe Xenlhan who re ceived n handsonle Vote Louisville ttnM chosen for the jet convention and after hsbort ilineI spent In con jrratuln t ionn thiv cpTrrehtion adjourn ed as It bnd opened with prayers of thanksgiving FAMOUS INVENTOR The Cleveland Plain Dealer recently published nn illustrated feature ar tide describing the work and Inven tions of Rev Frederick Odenbocb S J Director of the observatory at St Ignatius College that city It Is not generally known that in this learned Jesuit Cleveland has one of the fore most meterologists in the world and that the records of seismic disturb ances made in the tower of St Igna titus College by means of the micro seismograph which is Father Oden bochs own Invention Is the most minute and accurate in this country Father Odenbach Is held in high re gard bj scientists everywhere and his delicate instrument has been the medium of the most Important recent contributions to the study of earth quakes MEETS THIS MONTH The thirtysecond annual conven tion of the Catholic Young Mens Na tional Union will be heM in De Salle Institute Hall 103 West Fiftyninth street New Very Cit on Tuesday anti Wednesday Sentember 23 and 20 Preceding the first session the delegates will attend a solemn high mass at 10 oclock in St Patricks Cathedral Most Bev John M Far ley D D Archbishop oC New York will grace the occasion with his pres ence and address the convention This Is tlie organization to which overtures were made last year for amalgamation with the Young Mens Institute but without any deflnate action thus far One isstronirin the East the other in the West and many favor their union into one body SUIC1DEHI i Accordlhgto the Ohio State Jour nal Dr lEans Boat who has been making the subject a special Btudy says the increase each year in the numbers of deaths by suicide Us duo to a letting down in religious senti ment and faith The doctors inv sti gations haveS led him to the conclu aba that sulckle Is not caused to any great extent by mere privation or physicaL suffering but It comes through mental disturbance and an guish that the oldtime religious be lief and habit could In a measure re quite He says there Is less suicide emong Catholics that among Protest ants ana mildly attributes the differ ence to the fact that there is less de bate among Catholics as to their creed and consequently less mental disturbance If this Js so It only supports this main proposition that a settled religious conviction Is a dis couragement f suicide Thin fact If iVroperly ueili is a greater argu meat for reKglon than the discovery of a new baarelief on the slopes of KKorjmbad or a faded papyrus fn the tembi of the Pharoahs IrI 0 TIES THAT BIND Were Formed Among Attend ants at Hibernian stnte Convention Paris People Throiv Open Door and Dispense Lavish Hospitality- MagistrateSulhivan and Louis yllle Team Exemplify De grreo Work FOUR HUNDRED ATTEND BANQUE S Whye all who attended the Illber nina convention at Paris this wee knew that a hearty welcome awaiteti them none had any idea of the ex tent or the lavishness of the hos pitality in store for them The del egation from Louisville fortyfive men anti women were met nt Lexing ton by State Vice President Edward Grace Prof E M Costello Patrick J McCarthy and Malachy Flanagan and escorted to a chartered car that whirled the party through the beau tiful Bluegress to the progressive capital of Bourbon county where headquarters had been established for the divisions and the auxiliaries the former at the Hotel Windsor and Fordhain antI the latter at the Stone House where they met their sisters front the other sections of the State The ladies were at once token In charge by the Paris auxiliary and after dinner were shown the many points of Interest about the pretty little city Including the Court Houst the long bridge walk anti the Pans Fair grounds In the evening they were entertained at a largely attend ed reception at the beautiful Laven home which had been tastefully dec rated in green and gold and the na tional colors This social fnnction was one of the most enjoyable events sf the convention unit ties were form ed that will never be severed Upon leaving the car the gentlemen were escorted to the halt of the Hi bernians where tlttr fniml Presi lent Dan Sullivan nail the entire aria membership waiting to wel jome them Tables loaded with n pro ruslon of good things to eat and HU1K were the JLinj ttt metV tie jaze of the visitors and after all had jeen thoroughly satisfied an hour was spent In reunion and becoming jcquainted Every member of the Paris division was a host in himself ind all were glad to escape for a trip ver the city After supper Magis trate Patrick T Sullivan and a team rom Louisville exemplified the ritual tad conferred the degrees on n class hat had been awaiting admission in Lo time order The work was Impres jive and the team was highly corn nended Then followed a social sea ilon with more refreshments anti sigars and short addresses by State resident Keenan George Butler Han Sullivan Patrick McCarthy Phomas Walsh and others and the tinging of Irish and American songs Monday night In the Elks Hall here was one of the most elaborate janquets ever served in Kentucky participated in bv over 400 people rue tables were banked with flowers ind from the chandeliers hung streamers of green and white rib jon while over the head were tIme vords in large green letters Cead Mllle Failthe a hundred thousand velcomes Seated at the head of the orig row of tables were Toastmaster Patrick McCarthy Right Rev Bishop Maes Bet Father Cusack llev terry Morgan of tIme Christian hurch anti the State officers From he balcony proceeded strains of tweet music while the elaborate nenu was being served This was alt n happy Irish style even to the pO atoes and shramocks in Ice cream There was a merry round of np ilause when Toastmaster McCarthy irose and In delightful manner spoke if the social ties that bound them ogether and Introduced Bishop Maes is the father of all the Irish people if Northern Kentucky who re iponded to the toast The Pope fter n few pleasantries the Bishop said Plus X was the two hundred nd fiftyninth successor of St Peter ind the father of all Christendom Hie Pone of Rome would continue to he end of time and the Papacy was he only authority from God Then ranking pleasing allusion to the La lies Auxiliary he stepped forward ind In graceful manner pinned upon the breast of Miss Mary Corcoran a jold emblem of time order the gift f the lathes of Paris Miss Corcoran is well as her friends were corn pletely taken with surprise and It vas with difficulty that time State President could find words to ex press her feelings The charming act svoked hearty and continued ap plause Thomas Keenan the retiring PreB dent dwelt briefly on IInnd and merlcii and concluded with words f gratitude to Bishop Mites and the State officers for whom he asked he same treatment he had received Judge M T Shine responded to The Irish American paving a nice ompliment to time Kentucky Irish merinan and laid large claim to time Hshop and Auxiliary The Judge cald f the IrishAmerican were taker out f time affairs of this country there vdulil be little left as they had taken tctive part In the wars and been sacrificed on time altars of this cairn iry Jrt wtyinrr none played a better art than the IrlshArtcriean he nentkmed Jack Barr anti eth r ind closed with an eloquent tribute o IrIsh womanhood their virtue mud devotion to Od llev Kerry Morgan pastor of the IirItiau church esteimiesl It a- tmrlse to know many jarle Ifiber I fl 0 nlans anti to honor time Bishop an enjoy time happy function Ills littl sonnet to the girls of Ireland was applaustrhionmastomey spoke forcefully on Hibei nlanism making a strong plea t bring all into the fold George Butlei time new State President said al would carry home pleasant recollec tlons and lie hoped nil would mee in Louisville In closing Toastmaste McCarthy said all they naked was tbe thought of after time guests re turned home Time musical numbers were render cd bv Miss Winifred Doyle Miss Mar Bassenfoss Mrs Joseph Connell am JF A Comack of Paris Miss Adi Conklin of Covlnirton antI Mis Mary Corcoran and Thomas D dines of Louisville After time banquet nl adjourned to the ball which con tinned to a late hou- rCATWLIC KNIGHTS Thirteenth Biennial Scsslo of Kentucky State Council Under the Chairmanship of Stat President Henry Hocmer the Cen tral Committtee of Kenton and Campbell counties has made elaborate arrangements for the thirteenth bi ennial Kentucky State Council of time Catholic Knights of America which will convene at Covlngton next Tues day Time convention wilt open with n solemn manjL for the State offfleers delegates and visitors flight Rev Bishop Maes has bet invited ind It is expected he will attend the session and address time convention A ban quet at the Mitchell Club at which prominentKnightsconstitute time finale of the days Work All the branches In tile State will be represented and the convention will doubtless be harmonious and profitable Thus far there are no announced candidates and the gen eral impression Is that the present officers who have proven their ef ficiency will be indorsed by re election Louisville will send a largo antI representative delegation and will be prominent in time delibera tions State President Hoemer has made n record for himself and his report will show that time order unit made much progress under his ad ministration GONE TO REST Officer Dennis Ncchan Suc cumbs After a Long Illness t Officer Dennis Neehan for nine years a rusted and faithful member Elf the Louisville police force passed to his eternal reward Sunday morn ing after an Illness of three months luring which he bore his sufferings with the fortitude and bravery that md marked lila entire life A few weeks ago it was thought certain tie was on time road to recovery but there was relapse and hope for his recovery had to be abandoned Denny was of a genial and happy dis position and will be sadly missed by lis wide circle of friends among whom he was exceedingly popular Jy his superiors and fellowofficers ic was regarded as one of time bray tat men that wore the star and to ill evildoers he was a terror Ills funeral took place Tuesday morning from Jit Charles church whlcfl was thronged Father Baffo officiated it the raaas nnd preached the funeral lennon dweliJng In eulogy on time life of tIme dead mann and consoling he bereaved mother and relatives TRINITY COUNCIL Making Active Preparations POP Trip Around the World Trinity Council Y M I Is making active preparations for time trip irpund the world which will bo jiven at the club IIOIIB dui ng the iveek beginning September 23 Booths representing the Oljfjerent nations ire being built and deeuiwted under the supervision of the Young Ladles Auxiliary arid time ladles will have charge of them during that week Hie ladles popularity contest Is go Ing on merrily end a big vote is be Eng rolled Up Time prizes are well worth striving for time first being n 5500 Haines Bros piano which Is on exhibition in the MontenegroBIehm Music Companys window the second prize Is a ladies tailormade suit to be selected at J Bacon V Sons and lime third a diamond brooch pin which Is on exhibition at J Brunns jewelry store 630 West Market street PINE GIFT MA a jubilee gift to the BJghf llev Tohn S Foley Bishop of Detroit who will celebrate lila fifties anni versary of his ordination to time irlesthood in December a number of prominent priests and laymen of time llocese have decided io preserithlm vith a new building for time St rancls Home for Orphan Boys I TAKE TEN PAYS Lieut Steve Wlckham Corporal Pat Kenealey StatioaJ per Toni Diei1 and Officers John Hblden rommi Council and Tliomas Campion of Ihe local police force are off for their ten days vacation Nearly all lave left time hMt anti dut of time 6ltty for a rest at the varlqutf BUin MOT reiorts ia Uri C SPLENDID Showing Made by Ladies Aux iliary For Past Two Years Have Now Five Divisions and Ilaudxnino Balance in Trvasu Miss Mary Corcoran Again tl Choice For State Pres ident RETURN WITH GLOWING REPORTS TheState LadlesAuxiliary Illbermmiansa notable gathering Lotus1IledelegafionlasttheytheIrdutiessessionsivereandIlapatch cretIittoTheconvention 3ifssmlarPresidentwith thechairLtiutsviIleCovlngton repretentedthereuusAshland ladlestrero not with them Time officersVereand simoivect that time phieriomnelmaltwoyearsUoum two new VVIltPIluronches orinimizedatevlortincreased centftriotvorksforonventjon therettliltrensury timeImarmdlsoWe aunt of 1507 This was1 remarkable atvomanatociety ftreeorlgoodreason to feel proud The StatetresklentWalshackcopgratulatory andieIgetltheEliberaianailed upon Others who addressedlie l untggeatonsS1iesI1LaFhfzabetJm iaiLonnellMcDonnitiingtoiuThere changesundo memorialIay4toember when thieve will be a memo ial mass and communion for time re mae of the deceased members of the uxiliarics and the divislpns timeitatelUtlonnl convention at Indianapolis nd allowance made for their ex lenses As soon as time new laws dopted at Saratoga ore put into op ration effort will be made to Instf ute auxiliaries in a number Of cities vhere none now exist The election if officers was Interesting anti re tilted ns follows President Miss Mary Corcoran Louisville Vice President Mrs Thomas Byan Jovlngton Secretary Miss Ada Conklin Coy ngtonTreasurer Mrs John Connell aris Miss Cprcoran the State President s the daughter of John and Ellen orcoran natives of County Cork rebind and is a graduate of the schools of time Sisters of Mercy The ther ladies are well known and itantl high socially in their respec lye cities Wcdnesdey evening their was n mig turnout of members nt time meet ng of time Louisville auxiliary to hear lie experiences of those Avho attend il time convention and elect a County resident Time proceedings were en livened by several spirited talks par ticipated in by the best speakers in he body When the time for election irrived three candidates were place n nomination Two ballots were aken arid when the votes were jounted Miss Ella OConnell was de hired time choiceuIt Is expected that steps itii I1j ioon taken toward time formation of ilans for time entertainment of the icxt State convention which will bo meld In Louisville WELL ATTENDED Fere the ppenlnfl Classes at Holy Rosary Acad emVMondar Holy Rosary IVUUVMV vimcli r- jonducted 4 by the Sisters of StI 6m nlc at 412 Onnsby avenue ftieaea is school season of lOQG07 Monday vjth the largest attendance ia its ilstorjv Time Sisters feel much elat d over their auspicious opening and f time attendance Increases fion emplate adding muluiitloimallerthi rime music lIre tIoR of a1 proficient in tructri vho is a graduate bft the Omaha Con lervatory ot Musieh and special at entipn will be given to this de art Tne loeatfon of ITchy 18o arjro being1ratOAn ne vhicti no tIatiiitIbi awewteiuy to i t- Osovaaisgattemtiiw v I r1 0 r 7 l I KENXUCrcy rMERIC E KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGM ted to the Moral amd Social Advancement of all Irlk Amerlca NTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS aSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Btttored at the LoHlirllte PostoMlce as SecondClass Hatter dl ui sit Conoinnlcatloniiotfae KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANS West drtcn Sited T I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1906 THANKS THANKS The Kentucky Irish American ould be ungrateful did it not ex kiiS appreciation to the Hibernians V their generous treatment We likel this occasion to congratulate ie delegates to the State convention Ipon their conservatism and the ear neatness and wisdom displayed in all their deliberations The laws enact cd were few but wise and will pro Thee good resultsin congratulat ing Alderman Butler we feel Impelled to say that his victory over Judge Shine was a notable one and was due only to the fact that the Judge lint had heretofore conferred on him the highest honors of the order They were the two strongest men in Kentucky and no mistake would have been made In the election of either The convention was repre sentative of the best citizenship of Kentucky and reflected no little credit upon the order and the people of Irish extraction REVERSE OF HOPEFUL The education question seems far front settlement in Ireland Having regard to the fact that the Catholics will not waive the very reasonable claim they have made for equality In the event of Trinity College being chosen as the National University and that they lhave pledged themselves not to accept any solution of the university question which will give the Protestants threefourths and tile Catholics only onefourth of the governing body in a country where Catholics are threefourths- or upward of the population the outlook for making Trinity College satisfactory to the Catholics by a re modelling in its internal affairs Is the reverse of hopeful HEALYS VIEWS Timothy Ilealy member of Parliament for West Louth who accom panied his wife and daughter to this ootntrytrf nVtrlp for business and pleasure and unconnected with any political mission had this to say when asked if he attached any Importance to the promise recently credit ed to the Liberal Government of in troducing a homfc rule bill for Ireland immediately upon the proroga tion of Parliament next October- I think that the next Liberal Got ernment will probably give to Ire land such a measure of local self government OR the Tories would have been willing to grant three years ago if the then existing situa tion had been judiciously handled The official who is now engaged In moulding the measure for next year is the same eminent Indian adminis trator who was dispatched to Ireland by the Tory Government on a uiisnlon of good will five years ago According to the late Premier Gladstone the two men who best under stand the ramifications and workings of the various land nets are Tim Healy anti John Morley The former believes the land purchase pet in tho main is working well and that ivs results so far have been most satl factory yet Because of the stringency in the London money market it Iii take probably another ten years to finish the settlement of the land question Asked if the farmers in general were taking advantage of the net he nnswerei- 1ThatdepemJa upon the locality In counties like Wexford I suppose that half the farmers have bought out their lands In those counties bordering on tho large cities like Belfast and Dublin where there a- more prosperity the owners ore slow to part with their holdings and the proportion of farmers owning land is much smaller Notwithstanding the slow distribution of funds the purchase apt hasalrcady brought about considerable appeasement in the agrarian question and the farmers arc going ahead with their improve I ments without much rof having the butT rented over their lieads Tames N Kehoe has been again luvieu the Democratic standard I jlicapir in the Ninth Congressional i lIstrlcftllI his election seems al rnoflt certain While in Congress he made A splendid record and no other member ever accomplished as much for tile district as did he The sen 0liment of the defeated candidates was r aptly expressed by E D linger 6f Ashland who aaMiI if X eanfc go to Congress there is lhardly any Than whom I Vbnld rather eV go than Tint Itelioe ills ability and pa triotiaHi especially fit him for The phace arid tlttj p eple ef the S4te went Ilfiej t T a 5 lJib trengw CatkeKa brl I i 0r d gnnlzntion in the world than the Catholic Volksvercln or Peoples League In Germany which has a membership approximating nearly 500000 Since the Buffalo convention of tile Federation of Satholic socle ties much study has been given to the plan and scope of the great German organization Not llong since the Holy ather recommended it as a pattern fort the Catholics of Italy anti some eminent church men favor it as a model for the union of Cath olics in America At last there seems a probability for the longtalkedof Oak street via duct The City Council has appro printed 50000 for the work to which the Illinois Central Railroad Company has added 38000 This is sufficient for the beginning of the work which when undertaken shouldI be pushed to a speedy completion There nhould be no doubt as to the Louisville Nashville doing its share when the time arrives Gus Straus of the CourlerJournn Job Printing Company has publlcallj declared that under no circumstances will he vote for William Jennings Bryan if he becomes the Democratic candidate for President of the United I laborIboth but wants the printing of the Democratic party The General Council should hesitate when granting franchises Those corporations that would use our streets for the purpose of reaping big returns on small investments should be compelled to bear in some manner a just share of the burden of taxation Only such ns are willing to do this should be given any con sideration Every arrangement has been made for the reception of William Jennings Bryan next week nnd we have no hesitancy In saying that it will stir pass in magnificence and cordiality any event of a similar kind that has taken place in the South or West THE HANDY MAN lEave you thimbles here asked the timid young man Sure said the pretty brunette For yourself- Oh dear no said the young man for mysister- The brunette slapped a troyful of thimbles down on the counter The young man selected one and stuck it on the end of his finger That seems a pretty good fit he remarkedYes agreed the brunette its all right for you but it will we n mile too big for your sister The timid young man turned red Oh I dont know he said She Is a big woman Her hand is about the same size ns mine So the young man bought the thim ble The brunette chuckled I wonder if he thought he fooled me sIte said He didnt That thimble was for him Lots of men buy thimbles for themselves but I never yet found one that would own up They aUyays spln the same old yarn about their sisters The extra ordinary demand for thimbles from male shoppers indicates one of two things either bachelors are on the increase or married men have to mend their own clothe- sANGERS STINGS word spoken In anger against IXo is ever justified It matters not how wrong or unjust or cutting or illmannered or wilfully untruthful that person may be to give vent to ones anger in return only lowers one to the level of tho other accom pushes no good and leaves one with a rankling sense of defeat Most of us have put this to toe test and then have wished we hind not The times of stress upon which all look with most lasting satisfaction are kepttheirtheyhaveburst of anger leaves such a sting with the one who gives way to it is because It is a defeat selfinflicted It hurts more than nijy wound from another POINTED PARAGRAPHS It Is hard to down an upright citi zen Thick tongues are responsible for a lot of thin ideas Its impossible to defeat an ignorant man In an argument Mtn have faith In what they believe only when they want to believe it A UtaH may save money but be iced not hope to be saved by money It Is difficult loget ari old man to apIJec lIt Jokes other than his torn Even the Almighty can not use peo pIe who are born petrifledChicago- News Moet men are better acquaInted wla Faith and Hope than they are wltli 1 Chrlty 0 1 sayboutr 1 hat hurtsf c J I lo 11 9J I I i SOCIETY ZZ- Miss MolHe Collins is home fromI a six weeks trln abroad Miss Halllc Nally has been thes guest of the Misses Barr at Lebanon Joseph Hcttlgcr and wife have been spending the week at West Baden ic MJss Margaret ONeal I Vj from Knoxville where sheII visited Mrs Toe Kelly Miss Annie McQHI has returned1I from Paris where she spent the sum mer months Misses Llllle Smith and ElizabethI Cullen left Saturday for a trop to Mammoth Cave Miss Margaret Fltz ibbon visitedIj Central City as the guest of Mr and Mrs George Gordon Miss Alice Mooney has returned to her home in Portland after visiting friends at Knoxville Tenn Mrs Thomas Joyce and children olf Bardstown have been here on a visitItt to relatives on Sixth street William Keefe of East Jeffersoni street left Tuesday for Shelby Ohio where he will be located temporarily Misses Mamie Katie and Annn Brcnnnn of 12ft West Oak street are home after a pleasant visit to Floyd1 Knobs Ind Miss Bertha Grobmeyer of Carroll ton has been here for several days the guest of Mr and Mrs T 11 Kudy 1018 First street Mrs Edward L Monaban and Mrs Robert Hair returned home Sunday from a trip to Canada Atlantic City and Washington Mr anti Mrs Will Cunningham off Twentyseventh street are rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty girl1 baby at their home Thomas D Claire has returned11 front Martlnsvllle where he was greatly benefited by a short season of rest anti recreation Miss Nellie Connelly niece of Mrs Mary Clines spent Sunday with hei aunt while en route to St Catherine Academy at Springfield Miss Mary Curley was extensively entertained during her visit to Cen tral City where she was the guest oi Mr and Mrs E P Malloy Miss Mary Blgley anti her brother William Blgley nnd little nephew1 Willie Blgley left Saturday to spent several weeks at Pctoskcy Mrs Genevieve Fcrriell who wa here visiting her sister Mrs George Flahiff has returned to her home att Holy Cross Marion county Misses Delia Swift anti Agncf Cooney of Zane street enjoyed iu pleasant visit at Jeffersontown ns the guests of Miss Stockboff Misses Susie Stoerr and Virgie Han non entertained last Thursday even ing in honor of Miss Rosa Lee Stun a charming visitor from Denver Col Alderman Charles F Taylor anil wife and Charles F Taylor Jr who have been in New York and Atlantic City for several weeks returned home Monday Misses Maggie and Emma IlertelI have returned from a ten days visit1 to friends at Corydon Junction andI Bamsays Ind where they were the recipients of much attention Jesse F Brady the well known railway conductor left the firts ofr the week for a visit to relatives att Frankfort He was accompanied byr his wife and Miss Lizzie Russell The wedding of Miss Mary Gorman and Will Conliffe was solemnizedI Wdnesday afternoon at St Louis Bertrands church in the presence ot a number of their intimate friends Joseph N Lambert of New Orleans who has been visiting here ns the guest of his relatives Mr andI Mrs Chris Mueller of 817 East Jef ferson street left for his home Sun day evening lat Callahan a former Louisville boy but now of Nashville was hero Sunday and Monday on a visit to ret atives anti friends From all Indications fortune is smiling blandly on Pat in his new home Mrs Thomas J McDonough wife of the popular Deputy Jailer with Mrs Francis M Carlisle Mrs Mary Schuck and Miss Margaret ONell comprised I a happy party from this city that vis ited Elizabethtown and the fair Masters William II and Paul Doherty sons of Dr W B Doherty returned Monday to enter school Mrs Doherty nnd Miss Mary Henri etta will remain at Bayvlew Mich until the latter part of the month Miss Mary A Donlon and Ulrich 1 A Seller well known and popular young people of New Albany were married Tuesday evening at holy Trinity rectory the ceremony havinc been performed by the rector the Rev Charles Curran Miss Anna B Sullivan the pretty and accomplished daughter of Magistrate Sullivan who has been spend lug several weeks with relatives in Mooresvllle will return home today She has been extensively entertained while in the Hoosier State T II Mcrrlmee and sister Mrs flay have returned from a brief stay it St Theresas Academy Concordla where they left Mrs Rays children The institution is conducted by the Nazareth Sisters and is devoted to the education of young boys and rlrls Miss Minnie Ilaible and Thomas lahlve will be married Wednesday evening at 730 oclock by the Rev Dennis Murphy of St Williams ihurch Will Schnell and Patrick flahlve brother of the groom will e the ushers After the ceremony- t reception will be given at the homo if the brides parents 1220 Lexlng on street The many friends of till oung couple join In wishing them a lappy journey through life Announcement is made of theen ragement if Miss Nancy Lucretla llHtldlng of Lebanon to James W Cclsdn of Vicksburg Miss the wed ling to take place at St Augustines hurcli in Lebanon on Thursday Icptember 27 After the ceremony thick will be performed by the Bev r A Hogarty the couple will leave or Vicksburg where they will make heir home Time brideelect ifr yell ownJn thU city and was a leader n time sociall circlet of MarionI 1 btmtyv MIeaJuhiafhIeeeionI J of ljlfDtdrd 1 treetetttrtalnedMondaY evening I b gd in honor of Mr and Mrs Mal Shaugh rcsny who were married recently Those present were Misses Mayme Itqllly Maggie Grogan Mary Shaugh nessy Carrie Roth Mary Agnes Wolfe Margaret Irene antI Julia Hession Messrs John Martin and Will Grogan Will Reardon Eugene OBrien Jtobcrt Hession anti Dennis JiS Gleeson Vocal anti instru mental selections were dendcred byI Miss Julia Kelly Ed Wolfe David Maloney Thomas Keenan and Leo Schmitt I1Uss Grace Hognn and Mrs r4P Tuck tt chaperoned the following yourig people on n delightful bay ride Tuesday evening Misses Mary Hogan Annn May Score Anna ODeaI Margaret Lee Collins Marie Zimmer man Ethel Mudd Mnyme Hennessey Margaret Condron Anna limes Mary Clines Florence nines Carrie OCon nell Anastasia Walsh Messrs John 1Hogan William Hnnrnhan John Glynn Edward Moriarty James hogan Vance Kennedy Charles Hebel Bright Allison James Bllcy Harry Alexander John Smith Em erson Barrow and Charles Cline One of the most enjoyable events of the season was n watermelon feast given at the home of Miss LilI Han Score on Seventh street last Thursday evening The party inchulI ed time following Misses Rut it Hagart of Covington Cane Piper Margaret Sweeney Willie Tingle Nellie Dunn Susie Mullaney Tins e Mullaney Lillian Score Anna Mae Score Messrs Frank Sullivan Vane Kennedy Emmet Hnnrahan William Torpey Edward Score William Lair James Piper Harry ArnoldI The decorations wore Japanese Melon was served on tlie lawn Prizes wero won by Miss Susie Mullaney nnd Emmet Ilnnrahan KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Fcchlnl Tribute lo Memory of the Late Spaldln Coleman Wednesday night the Louisville Knights of Columbus held a meI- I i morial meeting in honor of the lat Spalding Coleman at which prom Inent members spoke feelingly antI eloquently of his ninny virtues TIes olutions presented by a committee composed of Judge Matt ODoherty Patrick II Callahan and James J Fitzgerald were unanimously adopted as follows IIOur esteemed and worthy brother Spalding Coleman Is death having expired in the City hull of Louisville iton17 1000 Ills death came with shod Sing biiddcnncss and as the informa tlon of the sad event rapidly spread the deepest gloom and sorrow ensuedI By his death this community has losit a valued citizen the Catholic Churclti a loyal and consistent devotee and this fraternity a brilliant exemplar of its virtues Brother Coleman was born in iilie city of Louisville on the day of June 1870 where he spent his entire life as a resident He completed his education at Mount St Marys Em mittsburg Md a celebrated Catholic seat of learning At the conclusion of his college course lIe actively enI gaged in commercial pursuits and rapidly became one of the leading business men of the State of Kentucky At the time of his death lie was occupying n position on the Board of Public Works of the City ofI Louisville to which office he brought the sterling qualities of honesty nnd prII Brother Coleman practiced to an unusual extent the virtue of charilyi and In such a manner as that none save God and the recipient might know of it To his generous dona lions were often added the tone of cheer nnd the word of encouragement which greatly enhanced the value o t Ills gift Our deceased brother was one of the charter members of Iiouls KnightJS of Columbus and to its interests 1 antS development he gave lila best and sincerest love He was the firstI Territorial Deputy of the order in the South and participated in the de liberations of the National Council1 during several of its sessions He lived and died a stanch and let voted member of the Catholic Church to It be was a generous ben efactor and of its precepts a worthy and distinguished exponent This community and especially this fra ternity is the better for the example which his catholic courageous andI upright life furnished therefore be it Resolved That in noting time sailI and untimely passing of our belovedI deerlossolic organization have sustained that to his afflicted family we eX- press as far as words may do thei sincere sympathy ve feel for them In thelrcleep affliction and that we will by prayer recited In common and by holy masses whlcji we will cause to be celebrated implore our loving and tender Father whl is in heaven to rest the gentle soul of our tecensecl brother in pence and In hove and compassion to comfort his beloved ones whom ho left in sorrow behind SLEEPLESSNESS A servantmaid finding that her mis tress was troubled with sleeplessness told her ota practice of the people of her country who were similarly afflicted It was to take a napkin dip it In icecold water wring It slightly and lay It across the eyes The plan was followed and It worked like a charm The first night the lady slept four hours without awakening omoII thing she had not done for several months At the end of that time the napkin had become dry By wetting It again she at once went to sleep and required considerable force to arouse her in the morning HARD ONHINSrTwo Irishmen driving through the country noticed that many of thec barns had weathervanrs in the shape of huge roosters Pat said one man to the other canyon tell me why they alwaysa have a rooster and nlver a hen on the topi iv them barns mo v Sure replied rat ual Itmust be jecausliUat the difficulty theyd havet1 w n collecting tile eggs t HOUSEHOLD HINTS Freshen salt fish by soaking in sour milkcThin syrup may be made thicker by boiling It down ap1plyII A little sugar added to the water used In basting roast improves Its flavor The odor and taste of onion can be removed from silver by rubbing it with a slice of lemon Add a few drops of v lemon juice to eggs while being scrambled It will improve the taste A bad egg will stand on the small end when put in a pan of water A good one will lie flat Grease the upper inside edge of the pan in which chocolate Is being made and it will not boll over To keep sandwiches fresh wrap them In a cloth wrung from hot water and keep In a cool place Use soap and wood ashes to brIght- en pans and kettles that have been used over an open fire When wiping china dishes do not pile them together while hot This has a tendency to crack the glaze A few grains of rico put in the salt cellar will lkeep the salt moving when being shaken and avoid its caking Sprinkle salt on the carpet before sweeping It will aid in removing the dust brighten the colors and keep moths out- Spirits of wine will clean soiled silk embroidery Dip a camels hair brush in it and brush the trimming until all dirt Is removed Clean brass pans with vinegar and salt before polishing This will remove any poisonous corrode and make them tit for use in cooking Dishes which have become brown and burnt from baking in the oven may be easily cleaned after they have stood awhile In borax water After putting colored clothes through the wringer rub the rollers with a cloth saturated in paraffin oil This will remove all color from then Setting dishes in the oven to warm often results in their cracking Warm them by pouring hot water over theme and there will be less chance of break ageWhen it Is necessary to weight mo lasses flour the scale well before pouring the molasses in and It will run off smoothly leaving no trace or stickinessEggs more nourishing when cooked by being covered with boiling water and allowed to stand for five minutes than when boiled for three minutes Coffee grounds kept in the sink strainer will catch grease and thus prevent clogging of the pipes if all greasy water is poured through the strainerWhen shaking heavy rugs hold from the sides If possible spread themi wrong side up on the grass and beat to dislodge tho dirt then brush off and hang up to air GALA SANTA After the Cross the Crown of Thorns the Spear of Longlnus and the Holy Nails the Scala Santa may be called the most precious relic In Rome A few words about the Scala SantaI or Holy Stairs will therefore not be out of place This stairs down which our Saviour is believed to have walked after Pilate had condemned Him to death was brought from the Roman Governors house In Jerusalem to Rome about the year 236 by Empress Helena mother of Constantine the Great Since that date it lifts been held in reverence by time Catholic world As no foot must touch the marble each step is covered with wood apertures being left ovec a few spots stained by the precious bloodi Since 850 each Pope has vied with his predecessor In conferring privileges upon those who ascend the sacred steps so that one of the most beautl ful sights in Rome is to see people of every class climbing the Scala Santa on their knees I have seen says Mrs Hamans a Protestant this structure completely covered by the multitude like a swarm of bees set thing on flowers The last Pope to nmKO the ascent was PiUs IX who on reaching tho top prostrated himself and offered up his own life as a sacrlI floe to save Rome from the 70000 Italians encamped outside the walls GIRLS SHOULD KNOW That the homo kitchen with motherI for teacher andn loving willing daughter for a pupil is the best cook ing school on earth That the most excellent thing In- womana low voice can be acquired only by home practice That true beauty of face Is possible only where there is beauty of soul manifested in a beautiful character That the girl everybody likes Is not affected anti never whines but is just her sincere earnest helpful self And finally that one of the most beautiful things on earth Is a pure modest true young girl one who is her fathers pride her mothers com fort her brothers inspiration and her sisters Idealwhich all should try to be MORE THAN MONEY There Is nothing that gives such pure delight as helping a fellow crea ture It Is a great mistake to think that this can be done only by means of money food or raiment Invaluable I as these may bo in certain cases they proportlonol pathy encouragement hope advice and experience may all comp under t the head of gifts which can bo ad vantageously bestowed upon a strug gling fellow being LITTLE SISTERS Some people acquainted with the workings of the atheistical French Government have felt surprised at he fact that while tens of thousands t- eligious were expelled from their native France the Little Sisters ofp Poor have been left unmolested Theoause of this exemption is not dim cult to see This order has 20000 poor and malned on its hands To feed and clothe them the Sisters toll nd beg iIt Ir1 Kentucky Irish American prints eddidgandf party JinvitatIons clrcnlarsjl bill beads business cards etc Try us ii- U i- a in 030- a OOOQoCeXxXO The Academy ofSt Catharine ofSienna Near Springfield Ky be opened to a limited number of pupils the first i iiWill of September 1906 For further informationi THE SISTER DIRECTRESS I s4 sx sx8K3sx sx 3 I aNOS SPENCER Presldeat and Expert Accountant 7b IMAIN SIXTH ANDtTREBT3 Q Union NaUoMl Bank Building LOUISVILLE KY CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy Payments and Jewelry Credit Co 304 v ARI ET STREET tULEYSOne week commencing Monday September II Matinees Wednesday and Saturday THE MAYOR OF TOKIO ORIGINAL CAST Seats now on sale at box office TUB PARK BBAUTIPDI WEEK OF SEPT O FREE BAND CONCERTS Twice Dally by Harry Cooks Military BandI ROLLER SKATING Two Daily Session In the Finest Rink IIr the Sout- h30AMUSEMENT DEVICES30 In Operation Every Afternoon and Night PARK ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Aecoapaaled by Parents Free SAFEST THEATER IN THE US Opening Week Beginning Sunday Sept 9I HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY LUCILLE MULHALL THE ORIGINAL COW GIRL AND HEFB TROUPE OF TRAINED HORSES MotorlngRnphIliI Co In A Fair Masquerader Joe Flynn Eccentric Monologist Carson Willard A Curbstone Broker and Auric Dagwell The Girli Who Sings The Old Songi PRICESEvenlng 75 502515 lOc Matinee Best seat In the house 25ct BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT MAURY KRAUS 20th Century Maids Pretty Girls Funny Comedians Ful1 of Life Action and Comedy The liveliest tuuefulett funniest show of the season PHOENIX HILL PARK r L Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult tbe mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts live your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112V Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xav rlal1 Brothers Classic Scientific and Buitaet Courses Preparatory De EquippedOymnnaahuni HINTS ON STYLE Waistcoats promise to retain their popularityMany wraps for the fall season are but copies of the summers graceful garments Blacks are certain of extensive wear this season though the grays and browns will be in demand The modes set forth by American designers would indicate that the emphasizedhisIn white laces there is nothing strikingly new and the heavy Irish nnd Venetian varieties bid fair to re tain their prestige Judged by the early exhibits it IK safe to say that beatlc embroidery will enter largely into time construction of fall and winter gQwns Childrens gingham frocks have for he most part whHe yokescuff and belts of wash embroidery and there ay even be some little trimming qr ther of this upon the skirt The Louis xvrclonk insilkcapnclilned trilled and melted is as popular as ever and is charmingly youthful having the advantage that may bo obtained ia airlv aUrac1 tive guise Without excessive costli ness though the French models OfI this type art usually extremely high I price D r 7 IForuW6 FONTAINEFERRJARH HOPKINS Business College YOUR Diamond DONT WAIT but come at once and seethe largest selection o- fFURNITURE of all kinds in the city Win F Mayer I9 WEST MARKET ST CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JiHirtonSI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt tttention and satisfaction guaranteed + 1 + 1 + U + 9 Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 SlIANUFACTURHRS OF PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream Tula enables us to put a better cream on the competitors627633 EIGHTH ST II I I I I I II I I I + I + 4 + 44t464I I All tbe new Summer styles and shapes can be found here reasonable prices Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSES yegluaclamps Southern QpticalCol of I ulivItle Ky Inc 1 Wholesale and Msnuiactwirlag OptlctoBH Third and Chestnut Streets rSole INVISIhut KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertaken LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladle and children fa specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 240U Payne St MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNGHCOUNTER SOPON DAy AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson Street OttO E VENT Proprietor t tt 4- 1i1- tit CFONTUOKY FTrxSH Tv 583 a- I STRAIGHT CREEK COAL T Burns better makes less ash and more heat per pound than any other bituminous coal 100 Bushels 1400 25 Bushels 350 100 Bushels Jellico Lump 1300 SCANLON COAL CO J Ninth and Kentucky I ncorporatedFirst and P iSXXSSKSKS fc SS HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EKST tIN STREETWith the assistance of my SOBS I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT THOMAS KEENAN l Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Car wage furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST J J tJ 1 1 1 II 1 J I II 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I I 11 I I I I IHIHIK1 I I I I y J E TRACY i t a STRAUB 80TH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carnet Furnished OD I I Sbort Notice 01 II I I 11 N 11111111 rrGran Director JEFFERSON TELEPHONE for Smiths l Embalmer STREET Short SonA- L TTTT T T T T T T T T T TT T T T r OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 J TO 12 DONT WANT Good work done lor the least Our Will Please You We are responsible and just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR NI JCOUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Co- Y r PflfRM 1ANDRIOT X 8ijN8 r WAG MANUFACTURERS Carriage and a 205 AND 207 ionH WESTOREENSTREETJ1 1 i I DYER AND CLEANER F- I Laliles and huts WiariicAp pIIl Liu aWWK GUARANTEED IS2FiftktstrNtahan + r + nt n 1531 MARKET STREET jI I t t t t DANIEL J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Beth Pfcontt 2998 Carriages Fonrth d All Occasions AM Call Answered Promptly Day or Night W Market StdBet 12th and 13th It F4f1 ft It t It t t t tt f ff tt W SMITH Proprietor and All Occasions on Notice 81O YOU Dental money Dentistry do Lewis N Repairing RubtaTlris i Pheae trnD W 11231 TT TT T T T T T PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeflersonvllle hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHfcR MARY REGINA MeRCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JeHcrsonvllte lad WE NEVER DUCK responsibility nor do we disappoint When we say the quality of our Diamond Wall Plaster is the best we mean it Try it you will not be disappointed Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 BrQDkapdJRlver = Louisville Kyy Also operating the Hoosler Wall Via s ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Pboae 8S5 ALBERT TL SCHRANZ 302 KY TITLE BUILDINGI REAL ESTATE Jn AIiltBranches i Curab PhonejS4SY t 1 HHONEY TO LOAN rI U o IJ- tin r a t DOUGLAS PARR JOCKEY CLUB I i1 Fall Meeting iM SEPT 3 TO 1524 TO 2 Best Horses In the Country Will Compete For Purse First Race at 2IS P M SIX HIGH CLASS RACES DAILY TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL HOTELS AND CAFES HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WcekOeneral- News Notes The Louisville delegation had two good vocalists in John Murphy uml Thomas Clinos Delegates Howard and Burdiss Ashland made many friends ofI helped them return with a State flee The Sew York State convention wns one of the most important yet lick and the results obtained were high satisfactory A base ball game tugofwar nmI evening parade will be features of the field day of the Scranton Hibernian scheduled for next Tuesday The report of State President Don ovan showed that Pennsylvania inil sated 8554 members during the Imst two years and disbursed 230000 for sick and funeral benefits The Kentucky Irish American ret resentatives were given a most coi dint reception everywhere and in return would invite all to visit the office when they conic to Louisville Hibernians throughout the country were glad when they learned tha John Dorsey had been elected Stat President by the New York lUber nians at the Utica convention Dr Patrick F Martin of Baltlmon was elected State President at the Maryland convention held at Oul land which is accepted as a deserve indorsement of his course at Sari togaPennsylvania now has 700 mor members than Massachusetts formerly the stronghold of the order State Secretary Gibbons report give the membership as 20803 of whirl Philadelphia has 10032 The division at Dayton Ohio claim to have in Edward Corrigan the old est Hibernian in point of membershf in the United States He is just pas seventy years of age and became a member of the order in Ireland over fifty years ago The Ilibernian Knights of Provi dence will herafter pay sick and fu neral benefits to its members This is the first military organization In Rhode Island to take such steps am the action caused no little surprise tc the independent companies Magistrate Sullivan and Thomai Walsh did a nice stunt at the Lex- Ington Court House They tool charge of bar and bench impanellet a jury of the auxiliary and nnnounc cd ready for any business that comes before the Jefferson courts The Buffalo Hibernian Fife and Drum Corps won first prize in the parade at Utica in which there were over 15000 in line The military division was led liy the First regiment supplemented by thirteen companies and the showing was the finest ever witnessed in New York State The addresses of George J Butler Thomas Quinn Magistrate Sullivan Thomas Keenan Patrick McCarthy Vice President Grace Tom Walsh Dan Sullivan and David OConnell were original and put all in order for the march und reception tendered Bishop Maes upon his arrivad Satur tiny nIghtIProminent at all the social func lions at Paris this week was J dI Flynn the banker and member of Division 1 who was always surround ed by a bevy of handsome women who never thought he was the father of a large and interesting family And it may not be amiss to say that he did not make them any wiser Kentucky Hibernians must life their hints to Malachy Flanagan of Paris Many are largely indebted to him for that hospitality seen only In Kentucky or the old country The ladies of Paris are far and away ahead of those of the French metropolis Not a few young men who attended the convention would like to locate in the Bourbon City und with good reason ROMAN NOTATION The ancient Roman method of nota lion is so much used that every boy intl girl should understand it It IH based on three simple and cash re membered rules b ftllC trouble is that many people do not know the rules or they forget them and when they come across the notation they cannot interpret it Seven letters of the alphabet are used I represents one V five X ten L fifty C 100 D 500 and M 1000 To express other umbers these letters are combined is follows First the repetition of a litter repeats its value as III rep resent three Second when a letters placed before one of greater value the difference of their value in the number represented as XC ninety tell from 100 leaves ninety Third tvhen a letter is placed after one of greater Value the sum of their vale COR is the number represented as- LX sixty fifty pltirf ten is sixty Itemembcr there rules and you will rot have tiny difficulty Luck means rising at 6 oclock in he morning living on a dollar a day It you earn twoj minding your own uslness and not meddling with other oples Luck means appointments ou have never failed to keep the rain you have never+ failed to catch uck means trusting to God and your awn resources v- a lIe i THE HAPPY WIFE You ask me why Im happy when 110 many wives complain And say their husbands only live to give them endless pain My secret you demand to know youve seen my han nook And you quiz me not a little but remember I can cook When other wives are envious amI tell my husband dear My gowns are very out of date Otl at my wardrobe sneerI I have no fear I only smile J car not howl look Ljj- I r know Ive but to whisper Dear re- memberX can cookl r- lfy v i love has often said tomc MV dear I Know youre plairi But married life with you my swcei has brought me nun Hit but gain Let other women sing and dance or even write a book Yet youre above 1 nil in charm remember you can cook And always when I am begged br girls to tell them by what art I captured such n noisome man and won quite all his heart I merely say Mv dears Im that all the pains I took Was n ldnp him tt llnner for remember I can cookl And nil you modern women who arc anxious to be wed Be wise throw up your nrts nnel crafts and learn to male you bread For certain be that no husband wll- forcret the vows lie took If his wife will only dense him b remembering how to cook AMUSEMENTSB- ehind the Mask one of the mos notable popularprice successes of tho season will lie nplt weeks offerim at the Masonic The plav had a long rum in New York The Buckingham announces for next week the Twentieth Centur Maids a vaudeville organization tin bears a splendid reputation In the aggregation are some of the lending singers and comedians of the tiny Macauleys will open its seasoi next Monday night with the farcica opera The Mayor of Tokio pre sented by the same company that made the long New York and ChIcago runs last season Tin music is tuneful and there ore many catchy num bersAlthough the season is on the wane Fontaine Ferry Park has lost none of its attractiveness and an interest ing week is in prospect Harrj Cooks band will play in the pail nIghtRollerdiversions for patrons of the resort The big rink with one of the fines skating floors to be found in tin South will be open each nfternooi and night with an orchestra to fur nish music for the skaters Ever device will be in operation during tit weekPresenting the handsomest appear once in its history the Hopkins will open the season of high class vaude ville tomorrow afternoon with a bit of remarkable strength The then ter has been redecorated and refer nished throughout The walls of the orchestra and balcony floors are clone In u brilliant red with trimminf ol green The shines under white enamel andthe relief panels are embellished in gold New carpets and draperies make tile big auditorium particularly Iinviting Manager William Helohmann announces that his corps of assistants throughout the theater will be prac tically the same as last season A sensational headliner has been se cured for the week Miss Lucille Uulhall the original cowgirl and champion horsewoman of the world ivlll appear here for the first tltlP She is assisted by her ranch hors Martin Van Bergen and rimrl Mul mil The latter I described as the champion bronco buster of the world Four or five horn are on tlA stage it a time and when the bucking jronoco makes his appearance there is something doing Harry rates company presenting an English comedy called Motoring ivill be another of the big offerings for the week Critics have spoken In the highest praise of the attrac ion Still another star will be wit messed In Bapoli the famous llussian iuffler Since his last appearance sere he has mode a tour of the world and everywhere has created n entmtion A bright coined is prom seel by Miss Lillian Apel the brilliant American pianist assisted by Fred uric Summer A Fair Masquerader Is the title of the comedy TJlnyl tPff- ered by the company dnt it Ik der hired to be the very essenceoiS ore ginallty Carson and Willanl Ger non comedians will Io seen In their nlklnr oct A Curbstone Broker Toe Flynn Is njso lhooked fen tin penitir week He is an eccentric onindlnn whose monolonies never tail to create amusement Miss Aurie 3agwcll will sine She Is n pretty oung woman and is referred to as tbn girl who sings the old songs lailv matinees at ponulnr prices will- ie given throughout the season ANOTHER CHURCH Rumor has it tint ere long another rave Catholic church will be added to the riumber In this city There are now hijiytwo apd as there is none be wecnTwentyrflftlv and the rlycr Jfc n thought a site will be iselaetedrlni hejv vicinity of Thirtythird arid grovtiNatholie rt + J I IRELANDRe- cord of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges James McNally a native of Ting county died In London recently at the age of 109 years Interest In the Ancient Order of Hibernians Is being revived in the v 1 cihity of Sfewry where four new e1 visions are In process of formation His Grace John M Farley Archbishop of New York and two clint lloins stated Sir Henry and Lady Bell- Ingham at Cantle Bellingham The Meandeville memorial at MItcJ elstown is to be unveiled Septembe 0 It Is likely that Edward OMeaghe Condon will be at the demonstratioi The Mulllngar Town Commission ers have passed resolution congrntu hating Thomas F Mooney on his al pointment as a member of the Boar of Control for inland naviiration 111 IrelandA Nationalist demonstratioi was held at Crossmaglan on Sunday September 2 at which addresses wer made by John Dillon M P allthe Parliamentary representatives of South Armagh and Newry Maurice Moloney a well knowi Dundalk solicitor and son of the latc James Moloney and Miss frigid McCormick daughter of the late Kelwan McCormick of County Dublin wer united in marriage by the Kev Fathc Slaclen in the St Pauls church Ar ranquoy Patrick Cromie of Xcwry on en glue driver in the employment of thc Great Northern Hallway Company accidentally dislocated his shouldc while outraged at work on the engine of a special excursion train prepara tory to commencing the journey to Dundalk Reports from runny parts of Ire land give a very unpromising account of the Irish harvest prospects but more especially of the condition of the potato crop in the West where iiIt is feared something very like a fault ine may be expected as a consequent of the ravages of the blight The death of John Nolan caused widespread regret In Carrlokmacross He was descended from a very old County Monaghon Catholic family and was the personification of nil that IR truly Irish The Kev J H Nolan a distinguished member of the Trial Christian brotherhood was iris onlj brotherLarge and enthusiastic meetings of the local branches of the United Irish League were addressed by Joseph Xo lan M P at Stabannon and Kilsa ran Resolutions expressing confi dencc in John Iledmond and the Irish party and denouncing evictions were pased with loud cheers An eviction took place at Knock nageehan about eight miles from Monaghan when James Mulligan was dispossessed of his holding at the suit of iris landlady Miss Henrietta West cars After the eviction the tenant was offered to be reinstated on pay ment of two years rcijt but he re fused tide offer Notices posted in the windows of the Dundalk Xewry and Drogheda postoffices stated that on and after September 1 these establishments will be closed at 8 oclock p m and there is a great deal of dissatisfac tion among the business people and the public generally with this reduce Lion of these three Important twnB to the level of a rural hamlet An old woman named Jane Gorman aged about sixtythree years who re sided in the village of Forkblll was toad dead in her bed when a member of the family went to awake i her There wap no suspicion of foul ploy the doctors opinion being that she died from heart disease The Coroner taking this into considera Hon did not consider an inquest nec essaryAt large county demonstration of Orangemen held in County Ar magh a letter was read from Col saumlerson in which he hopes the loyalists of Ireland would recognize the critical situation Sir Anthony NfacDonnell hail let the cat out of the bag Whatever schemes of devolution might be brought in next session was to be by way of a stepping stone to mine rule They should therefore irescnt an unbroken front in this crisis The granting of home rule would be the act of traitors and should be resisted to tine death On the recommendation of Lord Rossmore Lord Lieutenant for the County Monaghan John Fitzpatrick- of Clones has been appointed to a commission of the pence for that county The nnnolntee has been a nember of the County Councilsince the Ipcal government act came Into- operation null Is one of the best nembers of that body He Is n itanch Catholic and Nationalist ironer of Rev P Fitzpatrick of tfnptilresbrldjre anti being widely owflnr in Iris district the appoint nent has given great satisfaction BACK FROM LONG TRIP Philip Ackerjnan Philjo Stengel and tfrs Thomas J Cody who have been ipendlnjt the summer jn Germany ylll arrive home today They will iei accompanied by Miss TAlt n Kell utrnlece of Col John T Kellner the went te New York to meet tie IKltY r rt ae PRANK FEHR BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE 8- YDRINK=Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN BREwINGr C01MPANY Xroonro1xEnTELEPHONE 4b2 LOUX8VXLLE ICY 1 PABST BEER IALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted Jto leave the brewery until proprely agaJd rr TBLEPHONBX O i Louisviiie Brancn Jfourreentn and Jerierson Sts Cumb Phone lain 1913 I9IaTI3E WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky I JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KYe ASK FOR DIEtFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE jozzzsr xs FRANK 4VVALTERS4L Clay= Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aogo = LOUISVILLE KY flNRY HUNOLD DHAIBR IK Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phnae 4330 540 W WALNUT C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Filth and Oreen Streets Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEf LOUIS WABNITZ COf Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET SPEciAL REDucED RATES VIA HENDE SON ROUTET- o Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles + and San Diego HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION V CRATES SEASON iJfoiU Colonist Rates to California Potaii udIY GREAT KQRTBLWJESX i bares of Sate Sept IsiaOctisr1 tr Ask us fdrfSn ftlf lifullQrmaroHJ H GaflaglsetTra Vl1assAg llL J IrrY1r 1 t Ioamar Ky n I j When on the Water Wagon try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll- understand At all good liar Groceries and Stands HERRMANN BRO Iagoarsn5 PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of zen tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELS9 BOTTLED INItN r relephoae 1948 234 Sixth Street tIIESrLIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prep Hot Lunch every morrdagfrom 986 tolZiSO 0 dockaSfv nStirf s i aau v VI f rKta lV oiiE JCN Nbxrt In n- a t S i17TiIO CY IRISH ARZCpll I THE BIG STORES Advance Showings of Fall Styles THIS WEEKS SPECIAL Mens All Wool Cheviot and r I Double Cassimere Breasted Suits Single and liTHE BIG STORE 750 II II I 424 Market Fourth to St and 434 WestIIII I MILTON M MARBLESTONE dr CO III Do You Want to Save SIOO On a Piano I THEN ATTEND OUR BIG SALE During this sale prices on every make Piano we handle will be cut I good and deep offering you a chance to secure Hlgh Grade Pianos prices that will astonish you We are crowded to the doors and must make room for those that are I coming in This sale is bona fide in every respect and if you will come to our store and see what shape we are la for space you will raedlly see that what we say is true Visit the Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO- o Gao pnURTIX AVENUE JEWELRYWe seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of SILVERWARESuitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents i Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You BRUNN Jeweler530 West flarket Street 88 SI S8 me Gills fts Root BOOR GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES fTQ SUIT BVERY TASTE Giveus a cal andinspect our line of goods They are the ae finest of their klmtdln the city 9 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w jeflfersoxi Streetr 88SS P I1 1 IIHIII1 H II HHH n 11 1 I 1 I i l SUMMER OR WINTER Hot weather or cold youll find my coffees the best poundsfor7 Ibs Good Santos Collie 100 6 lbs Special Grade Coffee 100 5 Ibs New Blend Coffee S 100 4 Ibs Coffee 100 3 Ibs Mocha and Java 5100 Delightful ice tea fine black green or mixed tea to make it with at 45c a pound r MUJLLOY IiROASTERI of Horn Pkoni 131 j Olaf XV MARKET STI27 I- D1HHtHH I Jn11 HH I I iifM IMHHHIHl1 1 I I I I I I I I 10 I J i I 1 1 1 I 1 H I 1 I U N 1 1111 1 1 THE NORTON COFFEE GO i 1 IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OP HIGffGRADECOFFBESI I Office Warerooms IMPORTERS Wills FINE 1EiSii oH 1 n l n n iJ H+UIJI Hi11F- TLl 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i I t BANNON Presidentt II Honduras and TTTT TTT TT T T T 1 OUR SPECIALTY 8Year Did Oleobrook Whiskey j i Bottled in Bond Ia Quart WMBORGMANNII I =i r t f MJ BANNor- tVlcePIII IZ GMt Mr Ii OF i P BANNON JR I Tr uiiref n c leatmty IriM Brick Bo INCORPORATE IMaxdaotUrer oR-T VItRIFIED PAVING BRICK i q rFOR STPSETS AND ROADWAyS Oflfc 5M5B ftWtm+ t St Wtrlisili iNi Mlit Wi a i Wi TELEPHONE 57J TELEPHONE 122 0- n u u I n Iuu n- f u n I a a r Mothers Hero Is Your Chance to Buy School Suits The suits on sale are medium weight and they are made throughout They are reenforced where the strain is most strenuousin short they are ideal school clothes Ages 7 to 16 years 0 m Doublebreasted Woolmixed Cheviot I S Suits nicely tailored 250 Suits for 179 VISSI Doublebreasted Wool Cheviot and I Cassimere Suits regular 400 grades for a Wool Cheviot and I Worsted Suits regular 1I 500 grades St 2981 Doublebreasted 398 IW For the Boy at Sale iWool Caps golf and college shapes 250 quality or neck soc val Prize at Yorks Picnic The record for Phoenix Hill was broken Father York and the people of St Pauls church had their annual outing and many prizes All who attended and spent a pleas ant day A reason for the success of Father Yorks outings is the fact that the prizes are awarded and the winners receive them The list of prizes and numbers is as follows Horse and runabout 1940 Set silver knives and forks 5773 Tables 8124 Set of chairs 1201 Set of silver spoons 5118 bed 0907 Box Havana cigars 8153 Ladys fall lint 10313 ring 8507 Center table 10305 chair 0902 Barrel of flour 3200 SO Will Prom His of business and social circles were shocked to learn that Philip Hubbuch Sr had suffer ed n stroke of and was in Mr Hub buch was stricken on the street but was removed to his home where were him When it that he had suffered a slight attack and to the great relief of his family and friends it was that there was no danger the Irish learned that there had been a marked change for the better in Mr and though it may be some time be fore he is able to engage in active business there is no doubt of his ul timate recovery Mr is the senior member of the firm Of Hub buch Bros and a man of the business and social lIe is as n factor in the affairs of our German Catholic nnd the hope is that his recover will be speedy and BEST FRIEND The Incrase in the colored Catholic of Boston has been so marked in the past few years that it has been found to build a church for their special needs Hith erto they have at the Ca thedral under the direction of the Father In the East and West as well as the South there appears to be nn of inter est in the welfare of the negro and this It is ad best in the Catho lic church Charles A the regular lecture at Trinity Council his subject being Pro Deo Pro Patrla The lecture was much by the present the that he had made a careful study of his subject and made many telling and points during his address VISIT Grand Albert F Martin of the Young Mens Institute will ad dress Phil Council at Belle vue Monday will be Martins first official visit since hln electlpn to the Grand Pres Vt f Jidency Officer jTohn one of tle most efficient of the loeal poliee force who has been ill for three weeks left for a stay at where It is hoped he will 1 b to health C 0 u CI n 19c1 Colored Negligee Shirts collar atI attached bands uessale price e I at this sale for 500 I I IK I can be had for I I 25C sale per i00 0 0- RECORD BROKEN Winning Numbers Father Mondnywhen distributed enjoyed themselves signlficent promptly winning Folding Diamond Rocking NOT BAD Philip Hubbuch Recover Attack Paralysis Wednesday evening paralysis precarious condition quickly physicians awaiting examined developed announced immediate Thursday afternoon Kentucky American Hubbuchs condition Hubbuch highest standing recognized prominent population widespread complete NEGROS population necessary worshipped spiritual Reverend Chancellor McCormack throughout awakening religious generally JUittctlts promoted ENJOYABLE LECTURE Weissenberger delivered Monday evening enjoyed members speaker showing beneficial OFFICIAL President Sheridan JllifT1trhls President IMPROVINQ Miillany members Monday Martfneville restored 38c Extra Special tedIITwentyfive Allwool Single Suits regular values Singlebreasted Needs School Special Prices I9clIdrawers grade price garment JNSONMARKET I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O EX- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President John M Mulloy Vice President Thomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerTbomas Walsh ward Craddlck DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of EacH Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran- RecordlnJSecretaryJosepb T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kenney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Henncssy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDanIel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorie J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 FourthWcdnesday President John A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke OSul1llvanTreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Plans Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinne- ySergeantatarmsIobn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy y IMC i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets House 530 TwentysixtStreet- PresidentCharles S Raidy First Vice President Louis J KiefTer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella SHORTHANDADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY LAW spedatIstaiThe student is given personal individual train- Ing by practical work from the start The advantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are unsurpassed This lathe shortest cheapest and best plan ever offered students Call or addre s cM fExpert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Fannie Sullivan took place Wednesday morning from St Charles church Deceased Was the widow of the late Timothy Sullivan and mother of Mrs Hugh Murray 1420 Twentysecond street with whom she made her home Sims lived a most exemplary life and her death Is mourned by a wide circle of Welsh a well known painter aged thirtyeight years died Monday night after a long ill ness of consumption Two brothers David Welsh the plumber antI Robert Welsh and a sister Mrs Mary Perbch survive him Ills funeral Was hekj Wednesday iHerHlBgat the I Cathedral and was largely attended t o- rJ A r 248 2981 19c I I SergeantatArmsEd JEFFERSONVILLE VlcePresidentMlcbael tonRecording friendsGeorge COMPLETED Catholics of Cummlnsvllle Accomplish Great Work Last Monday morning Archbishop Moeller administered the sacrament of confirmation to 150 children at St Patricks church in Cumminsville u suburb of Cincinnati Father John Gallagher was master of ceremonies and was assisted bv twelve priests In the afternoon the dedication of plnceArchblsbooattended by fifty priests An im mense procession marelil from the church to the school where Ilex Dr John T OConnell of Toledo one of the most eloquent priests in Ohio preached the sermon Just before the ceremonies nt the school the new parsonage was consecrated The two new buildings were erected nt a cost of 48000 and the members of St Patricks parish are justly proud of completein FALL RACES Successful Inaugural Meeting of Douglas Park Club The inaugural meeting of the Doug lea Park Jockey Club is a tremendous success An immense crowd was in attendance Monday and there has been but slight diminution of the in terest then manifested Lovers of this sport were surprised at the com pleteness of the magnificent recing plant that has sprung up in our midst and the racing has given the utmost satisfaction Each day large pursesbringingbest jockeys in the country Miss Doyle owned by John Doyle of Bour bon county won the Inaugural and Wednesday handicaps There has not been a single jar since the open ing and the odds posted have been liberal A splendid programme has shouldattracttendance Each day next week there will be six races and the quality of the horses that will contest for the money offered will if possible be of a faster class DONT KISS A kissless existence is ordered for every child attending school in Indi ana The State Board of Health is sued the ukase Not a kiss in the long catalogue pf kisses will be coun tenanced in any school in the State when they open after the vacation And if the State Board of Health can do it the war against kissing and kisses will be carried beyond the schools Every kiss in Indiana may be n stolen kiss after a while DutI in the schools there mut be no kiss ing at all This is the first ommu nication the children will find on the bulletin boards of their schools Do not kiss any one on the mouth or al low any one to do so to you I BISHOP WILL BLESS Tn the presence of the school dIll dren city officials and citizens of Covington Bishop Maes will tomor row dedicate the handsome new school building of the Mother of God church one of the finest in this section of the country Dr A C Win termeyer member of the Board of Education will deliver an address to the children of the school With Bishop Maes will be the Right ReV P Hurtli Bishop of Dacca Bengal India and both will speak A lengthy musical programme will be rendered I OPENING DANCE The Cypress Club will give its Opening dance of the season at New Masonic halt next Wednesday even lag September 12 which is the first dance of this series to be given by on other da IwithI enjoyable affairs u 0 11 u- n t7 H II H it + II IGREASALEREX MATTRESSES 1lat Sept 1 1003 Oct 111004 y REX MATTRESS Guarantee The material in this InnerTufted I Mattress is secured in position by 352 stitches and wilt retain its symmetrical form It is positively guaranteed not to become lumpy None genuine without our registered trade mark Chas A Fisher d Co This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur J face no ufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside tufts to collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic over entire surface Constructed on scientific principles by improved method w 1 4 JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET t t H t H HH tt II t tj t H df h I n H H + H + H U ti tit u + t Ii COALICOALI I t i jPocabontas+ St Bernard Lump 300 j Jellico and 4th Pool Pitts Lump 325 J2dPOOlPittsbUrgLnmpj3 SO ffNow iis the time to buy Will be up cheaper tthisslimmer T- ST BERNARD MINING CO JPleaseI t lit t t mt = BE SURE TO CALL FOR r McKENNA li j WHISKY I 1 t J It IT IS ALWAYS PURE tH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky E R R 3Su QUICWMEAUSTEELRANGES BAKE WELL rI LaM WELL LRITiwEW QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Best In The World Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair GEHER SON 211 Market St near Second 1R OX1I4OW IHE cROwiAnd you givingYOUR r UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated i HAND WORK A SPECiAlTY dOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDBOTH PHONES 1188493732 I T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIHH STREET MEAfi W5EEN Z r DR J TV- eterinary CHA WKS Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFic AxD PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING- Horses Called 7or aid Dellrered Bother s3 9 nhI OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SMOBNGFORI 11O9 WIRIAIWAY ntu t tV HH + + t H U tftHt t II Fil1X WIN11Ba cHAJiPAGN r LTzOTTii U 1 I 345 West Grffen Street j 0 LIRTIOZI P majjf L o n k- a t 0- t