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V KENTUCKYJRJSiIJtMERICANVOLU- ME i XVIII NO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 4 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS GREAT TRIBUTE Paid Cardinal Gibbon by Con crcBiumn ItansdellatNew Orleans Ever Doing Good to Ills Ooun t try and Ills Fellow- Men Churchman of Whom Ever Catholic on Earth IH Proud DUTY DONE AND HONOR GAIHE At the reception to the prelates that followed the conferring of tht pallium on Archbishop Blank at Nos Orleans last week there was a diS tlnguished gathering One of the most eloquent and feeling nddressc over heard in the Crescent City wa that of Congressman Ransdell whi spoke in part as follows As we read the story of the last fortysix yearsthe most eventful enlightened and progressive period In the history not only of our own coun try but of the globewe find the name of James Cardinal Gibbons 01 Its brightest pages and in the very highest rank as priest bishop cardi nal author statesman and patriotic American citizen ever in the lead and ever doing good to his countr and to his fellowmen Catholics and nonCatholics It is a long record of years since the young levlte was or dained a priest of God in July 1861 nearly fortysix years ago and it has been a continuous succession of duty done and honor gained ever since Bishop of North Carolina at tho age of thirtyfour years bishop of Rich mond at thirtyeight archbishop ot Baltimore at fortythree and cardi nal at fiftytwo fortysix years a priest thirtynine years a bishop twentyone years a cardinal and ever doing his Masters work with the greatest zeal the highest intelligence and the broadest statesmanship a churchman of whom every Catholic on earth is proud and a citizen of the United States whom every American delights to honor- I saw him at the Worlds Parliament of Religions in Chicago nearly fourteen years ago surrounded by representatives ministers priests and prelates of every religion on our planet It was an Intensely Interest ing a distinguished a brilliant throng Leaders of religious thought from every country of the world were there to speak for their own systems in a spirit of love and amity to others to promote good fellowship and exchange ideas Such a sight was never seen on earth before since the morning stars first sang together at creations dawn nor ever since and the man of most magnetic per sonality whose address attracted most attention for Its eloquence its wise charity to all Its comprehensive statesmanship and its able defense of his own religion was our guest of this evening the Cardinal Archbishop of Baltimore Our Catholic ancestors played an important part in creating the re public and the most conspicuous instance in history of religious freedom In the early days was in the Catholic province of Maryland over which our distinguished guest has so long so successfully and so honorably presided as its archbishop Under the benign rule of Its founder the Cath olic Lord Baltimore religious free dom was established in Maryland about 1640 and all of those who were persecuted In Massachusetts Virginia and the other colonies on account of their religious faith were cordially invited to Maryland and guaranteed the right to worship ac cording to their own consciences This was very remarkable when wo consider how Intolerant tho world ot that day was and the bitter religious animosities in tho other American colonies On behalf of this metropolis of the South I desire to express to you mOlt reverend archbishops right reverend bishops very reverend and reverend fathers and other proml flout visitors who have honored the ceremony of tho Investiture of Most Reverend Archbishop Blenk with tho pallium our heartfelt gratitude for your presence nnd our earnest hope that your visit has beon SB pleasant to you ni It wa i honorable and bono ficlal to us This meeting together of prel and laymun front North tolIlrloitaI And wtt nail from our eliier republic across the sun Cuba the Queen of ttid An Ullei for our encouragement und to honor our archbishop will mako us elrongur and ibo of groat hell In oar effort 10 bo faithful sad true to the oftiua pf men rail Cod which you efrtlugiiUhfMiI churchmen rpjirwont rQe Y EWJJtYliI MlHN lUtf Vsther William fjBUKOJKlb- ltila srrnns4 lot N groat rwMou for Otf liuwjtl5J l of Hi JMiry Hagdaloui PiTlw Mid ffeIlhellrl ot Ito ally Neu- LFIr trblpl will hNtH with the blshi- M H AH lutsa t aIIIIU MY tIt- ln IplSI1I IJte trsy kRN +m4lpl6- bbj4L Ile II WC4r4Hp UI tlv MOWPi- WI a NNHdsY LHI wlwk fHIIlIClly wiN Ile fMh l5ra u- a rrl a- eJill Na o known to the laity ot Louisville baY lag conducted l tucccsufut minion hero In pnit years Father Lonr Also bas n national reputation ni IUI orator and missionary and Catholic generally commend tho zealous paw bringingpriest Tho hours for tho services will not bo made known until next week but they will doubtless bo the same an ut tho other missions recent- lyI held here BODY OF POPE Will Be Transferred to the Churchof St John at Night A dispatch from Rome says that It has been finally decided that tho body of Pope Leo shall bo transformed to the Church of St John late at night and as privately as possible The Idea of asking the Government to assist In the ceremony and to guar antee the safety of the procession conveying the remains has been aban donedThe Pope told Cardinal Satolll that ho was convinced that ho was Inter preting his predecessors wishes cor rectly In seeking to have privacy ob served Cardinal Satolll and other members of the Sacred College com prising the funeral commission con curred in this Cardinal Satolll says that if the procession was public no number of troops the Government might supply could prevent a single disrespectful shout that would be constituted an outrage upon the corpse FUN FOR ALL Promised by Minstrels For Catholic Womens Club Tuesday The minstrel show to be given next Tuesday evening at St Marys Hall for the benefit of the Catholic Wo mans Club promises to be the great est affair of the kind witnessed in Louisville for years and the equal of many of the profeslonal companies regularly appearing here Following a high class first part will be an olio that will bring laughter to all A feature will be the appearance for the first time of an orchestra composed of popular society young men whose Identity will not be made known un til that evening Among those who will tako prominent part In the unmaking will be Jerry DrIscoll Parnel Barrett Eugene Ford Joe Hekeman John J Flynn Will Detchen Will Crecellus J G J Schilling R C Huesman Alfred Fisher Richard Hill beingdisposedMeehan and the ladies assisting her feel greatly encouraged and hope to hUlldlngtundforegoing the Uniform Rank of the Catholic Knights of America will be on hand to assist in making the even Ing one of real pleasure The Cath olic Womans Club is doing a noble work In this city and all who ran should show their approval by at theywfUMOURN HIS DEATH Dr David Yandell Walsh Was Stricken Last Sunday Morning- With feelings of deep and sincere regret we announce the sudden and unexpected death of Dr David Yan dell Walsh which took place at his home 1555 Third avenue last Sunday morning Dr Walsh was In Colum bus Ohio about three weeks ago and while there was taken ill with pneu monia and removed to St FranctV Hospital lie grew better and was taken to his home in this city Thurs day night apparently recovering He stayed in bed however until he should become entirely well and died suddenly Horn and reared In Louisville Dr Walsh was graduated from Centre College after completing his course In the public schools Later he went to Harvard and took a postgraduate course Dr Welsh was an excellent and well known athlete In IsIs school day Ho had practiced medicine hero forFght years and was well known He IIs the son of Vatrlck P Walsh the Fourthstreet tailor by whom he Iis survived He also leaves his mother and one sister Miss Ada Walsh JIll many excellent qualtltles secured for the deceased universal respect and ebarltaWa to s cull his death will- be deeply deplored by many poor pa lltnts The funeral took place front the Cathedral mid was one of the largest Seen there for ome time AIcmm JNHIUUrOll William J Aulllvan former Chief of nctootlvo endl uutll this week a member of the force WM on uwujay sppoinlv4 to ttVtf eWee wlleSj slsleat MOMUIUJ pJICWr Inulee John JUeichor who rplgnel lo eut r IUha tellI twtstu fog id nw QAIt Hulll rtu fa In vary wy jjuuliM for ins IilM nd h- isrIi NagIAncn will Iltd slrsd l I 4 yMN tJHIH HAY rnasr- tlawrfuw UlQllIjf M tit 1UIrl KiiurtJ sit4 lite Hwter telletriep Itl tlfHrlH14jWI m Imc bas 4 ilU I 1 Isy tt- i1 8 ii w HlIH If rlr r D1r N Zia- t 9 Ai day of days for tho Catholic child GRullrp0111lookforward MayMagdalonsaltar rail by a candle bearer nnd the beautiful sight will bo ono never to bo forgotten At bout churches the classes will bo larger than heretofore I CATHOLIC FORESTERS Explain Object and Advu- niaes of Order at Open Meeting Tile Catholic Orjler of Foresters organized In 1893 and now having 1500 subordinate courts slid a membership of 118000 with an accumulate a benefit fund of 1100000 1ms en tered the Louisville fraternal field nnd not without prospects of success Last December St Boniface Court was instituted and has since pros pered most satisfactorily In re spohse to invitations sent out there was quite a gathering at St Boniface Hall on Thursday night of last week to hear the objects and advantages of the order set forth and so well was this done that the meeting is certain to bear good fruit Anton Huckenbeck welcomed the assembly in a few well chosen words und introduced Rev Fathers Leander Schcll and Euseblus Wagner who lave for years been identifed with the Catholic Foresters in the North west where they are very strong They fully explained the social and fraternal benefits and predicted that ere long the membership would be doubled This Is the day of Insurance for everything they said but most Important of all was that of life which protects parents wives and children and saves young men from entering forbidden societies It Is the duty of every man to insure for the benefit of his family and the duty of fathers to see that their sons are included in some Catholic society Secretary William FErul stated that the Foresters stand first and safest among the insurance societies antt read reports from Washington which bestow praise upon the order There were no high salaried offices and no chance of mismanagement and with the rate of assessments in force sick benefits were also assured Charles J Desse Will McDonougb and Henry Bosse Jr also had words of encouragement for the Foresters and pledged St Boniface Court their support Pleasing features were the vocal and Instrumental numbers ren dered by Messrs Fred Wells and Fred GIrard and the palatable luncheon that was served HIGHLAND PARK H St Leos Church to Be the Scene of Impressive Devotions Rev Father Fitzgerald tho faith ful rind hardworking pastor of St Leos church at Highland Park has arranged an impressive programme of services for the month of May First he will have the beautiful Forty Hours prayer beginning at the high mass at 1015 oclock to morrow morning when there will be a procession and singing by the school children and a sermon by the pastor Vespers and benediction will occur at 730 In tho evening when the sermon will be preached by the eloquent young pastor of St Wil liams the Rev Father Denis Mur phyOn Sunday morning May 19 the children of the parish will receive their first holy communion for which many preparations are being made In the afternoon the May procession will take place participated in by the school children and the sodality For this occasion one of the most prominent priests in the diocese has been Invited and promised to deliver the sermon At this season of the year the ride to Highland Park Is delightful and for all who visit St Leos church Father Fitzgerald has a cordial welcome M WHAT NEXT Prance Robbing the Church of Art Treasures Worth Millions Tho art treasures contained In tho French churches will not bo sold or disposed of with tho sacred buildings or with tho residences of Bishops and priests which will soon become the property of tho munlc Ipnlltlea or the Btnte A circular lot ter has boon Issued to nil the Pro cotl of Franco by tho Ministry of Fine Art Instructing them that n commUslan of exports has boon up pointed charged with I lint of nil moh works of art saleto bo worth 100000000 In the tobel pull thti numerous Ilrtl 0bylerlt a Just Vaunted lIf the aoyanniioiits one bohVII I I the Nut opal luevuui s willu pu rlohvili with greet 1 illeclious of- ocelssisstlcal prt ul roniurl0o peal lItUHMtrH Ix1NYJrH1JNiI f figft i a IIIIl t I J t ii lMrLtth lftJ JJ1JtrMII IR1C tlt f 1 r Is- u nED HAT Archbishop IJonrno Bald to B Oppoftlur Appointment of An AmorlCHU Ills Friends Declare That Our cleat In Needed For EuglamK Not PorMonu Orutii With the Curia or Papiil Secretary of State I HAS BEEN WAITING FOUR YEAR The Rome correspondent of the New York puperthatArchbishop of Westminster London reportsInAmerica It seems that from re ports which have reached him at the next consistory there will be only ono AngloSaxon Cardinal and of course the Archbishop from mixed feelings of patriotism and nationality and possibly of personal ambi lion would like to obtain that single red hat should it bei destined to rest on an English head He and his friends have abundant arguments to sustain his cause Eng land has now been without any mem ber in the Sacred College since the deathof Cardinal aughan in June 1903 They point out the necessity for the Catholic Church In England to have a high dignitary in order to influencewhichs no one but Mgr Bourne who can be thus honored as the other candidate who has often been mentioned the learned Benedictine Abbot Francis Aldan Gasques would have to be called to Rome as a Cardinal of the Curia to which the Pontiff objects as he thinks that the Cardinals living in Rome are already too many and weigh too much on the finances of the Holy See from jvhlch they draw their salary Archbishop Bourne also hints that his elevation to the purple being de layed places him in a difficult posi tion he appearing ae though he were not fit for the place Among his predecessors Mgr Wiseman was ap pointed Archbisliop f +Westinltltcr on September 29 1850 and created Cardinal the next daywhile Mgr Vaughan was nominated to the Archplshopric on April 8 1892 and entered the Sacred College nine months later Although these are not precedents still itbecomes quite marked that Mgr Bourne who was the first Archpishop appointed by the present Pope on September 2 1903 four years later has not yet received the red lint His friends furthermore argue that America having already one Cardinal does not need another especially as there are already two Irish Cardinals in the persons of Michael Logue Archbishop of Armagh and Patrick Moran Archbishop of Sydneyso that the appointment of whatever ecclesiastic that is now prominent in the American hierarchy would in reality mean another Irishman in the Sacred College as all the candi dates in the United States such as Mgrs Farley Ireland Ryan etc are either Irish born or of Irish parent ageThe object of Mgr Bourne how ever maybe defeated It must not be forgotten that when Mgr Vaughan died Leo XIII was still alive and the list sent to the Congregation of the Propaganda for the beisidesRaphael Merry del Val then a simple prelate but President of the Academy of Noble Ecclesiastics here Agitation was started among English appointmentofthat Mgr Bourne who was then Bishop of Southwark had consid It although It was led by theDuke of Norfolk protesting against tho mere Idea of having for Archbishop of Westminster a prelate who although born In London was a Spanish subject and the son of a Spanish diplomat GREAT DERBY Louisville Jockey Club Sprint Meeting Opens Next Monday I Anxiously are tho lovers of tho thoroughbred walling for tho bugle to call the horgoa to tho post on Monday when the JjuUvllJo jockey Club will open its thirtythird annual spring meeting and the Kentucky Derby the classic event of tho Weal pro turf will bo rust Manager Matt perfvotod t lQnlo1 IIMI rosIe xswore jnt rft t Juilve fiharls Pr j rlea will 111111Ilri14Qlp miil thisI means a I starti to ADlnh WMrt att the lrck sro iljpuKiiHls of fiornei holm lug Iho creak runners from all leotlong of ha MUMr AoWIII helm I 8JlIIMWJ f i SaturdayTheraIng tho mooting and tho purses hung up nro certain to bring out big fields For tho past week a largo force of men hnvo been kept busy putting nov clubehouse nnd other buildings and Monday tho historic Churchill Downs will present a most Inviting appear nnco FEDERATION Matters of Importance For Consideration Thursday Night The regular monthly meeting ol the Federation of Catholic Societies will be held at the Catholic Womans Club next Thursday night Several matters of considerable importance are to be brought before the meet ing therefore the officers expect and hopo that all delegates will bo present The idea of having or procuring a promoter or organizer in each so ciety or parish will be a matter up for discussion and for probable action It is also expected that the commit tee from the St Vincent de Paul So receivedInstructionstheir report President Rogers will have copies of the Federation Bulletin for distri bution This paper will be found full of information on Catholic and Fed eration matters Patrick T Sullivan will be present and read an interest delegatestromof the general entertainment for this meeting and all In all it may be promised In advance that all who at tend will spend an evening of Instruc tion and enjoyment expectedthatone of the best known priests in the city when the representatives of the various commnnderles of the Knights of St John will provide the general entertainment for the evening FOR MILITARY MASS Magnificent Domed Altar at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Some of the more important details of preparation for the big memorial military field mass to be said at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on Sunday May 26 under the direction of Long Is land Chapter Knights of Columbus have been announced The Knlplita are composing an imposing altar and canopy from designs drawn by an ichItectwhrMtmrmndensfltClatY of cathedral architecture The altar will rest on a platform five feet high On the altar will be the tabernacle beautifully designed and decorated and on top of this a magnificent cross Covering all will be a canopy or dome representing the heavens and finished in blue white and gold The height from base to tip of cross Is fifty feet In case It should rain this dome will give protection to the priests on the altar The Knights are not forgetting the military feature The uniformed corps has mapped out an extensive routine of drill so they will be able to execute the various evolutions al most as well as regular troops Tho flowers used to decorate the altar will after the ceremony be taken to the various cemeteries to decorate the graves of the soldier and sailor dead especially the graves of those who have left no friend of relative to do this sacred service for them The first Regiment Irish Volunteers Col E P Gllgar commanding and the Second Regiment of the same body Major Daniel O Gillespie com manding have decided to use every effort to get the full strength of both commands out on May 26 Tho Po lice Band of the City of New York has been invited to participate in the service and has by unanimous vote decided to accept the Invitation HOME FOR BOYS Prospects Bright For Such an Institution In Near Future Several months ago tho Kentucky IrishAmerican called attention to tho necessity for a homo for young boys In this city whore they would bo sur rounded by Christian Influences after thoy had performed their days labor Prominent members of the clergy and laity have become Interested In tho matter and wo are now Inclined to tho opinion that such an Institution will he Instituted hero In tho near future Thoro are many boys who are neg looted and dependent and A home such ai was suggested would bo tho means of saving them from lives that are not at all what they should bo Thoso unfortunate can not gain ad mission to tho orphan asylums and too often they fall Into quarters whore hero iso care for their moral or spiritual welfare with the result that they become criminals and n menace to society With tho Idea of remedying title evil limo Christian mon pf MuUvilto should lend all limo liltS In their pqwor to a liomu for the friendless and unfortunate lhays who Its such II u Jnttltullou would ho irons ornwl lisle useful lUll upright tit soma HM1HKU HtMH UIrUWA1 TN IWt olf mt JUlu the Orfifl WN Q 14ryp4 It tho Nwtre4 N9srl J- ufal N 4e NswWr roe4 Is Nws r rJiolJ+i IW ff + n4iHJ1 + 0- n morning and afternoon services Tho Largo crowds attended both time sermon was preached by tho Rov pronouncedby1 1t prominentInmen clergyItreadbyI ASSURED FACT That Work On Trinity Coun ells Home Will Begin Next Week The meeting of Trinity Council Y aim I Tuesday evening will long be remembered for the large attendance present and the harmony and good feeling prevailing with the deter mination to build the club house or perish In the attempt At the open ing of the discussion of the club house project President Conkllng stated that he had conducted negotiations with a building and loan company with the view of securing funds for time work in case the pliius councilSplendid DenHundtin David OConnell and others the beingthatand suggestions offered by the Ways and Means Committee that the club dreambutThere Is not the slightest doubt now that any of the members are fearful of the outcome and after the ratification of the plans and specifi cations next Tuesday evening work on the building will be begun imme diately Louis Kiefer and C II Zook of Mackin Council were pres ent and invited Trinity to attend the givenbythis month At this juncture Presi dent Conkllng gave way to the Enter tainment Committee composed of Dr O P Beutel Jr Dr Lammers Ben Hund and John Cunlffe who dis pensed lunch cigars and liquid re freshments for the benefit of the inner man LAID TO REST Sudden and Unexpecte Death of Rev Father Edward Donnelly Rev Edward T Donnelly pastor of St Josephs church at Warsaw in the Covington diocese died Friday after an illness of a few days of paralysis of the brain aged forty efght ai8iiine wua u nntlvor of Hartford Conn graduating at Yale College and later finished his theo logical course for the priesthood He was a man of deep learning a gifted orator and conversationalist and degreeFatherof friends among prominent people havingheldlarge cities and In various parts of Kentucky and was former pastor of St Patricks church at NewportIThe funeral was held at Warsaw on Tuesday morning Vicar General Brossart of Covington officiating in lieu of Right Rev Bishop Maes who is absent in Europe and the services were participated In by many priests from throughout the diocese HOLY LIFE ENDS 1 Sister Mary Kevin Mother j Superior of Bethlehem Academy I Thursday dispatches were received Moro bringing the sad intelligence I that Sister Mary Kevin Mother Supo rlor of Bethlehem Academy in Hardin county was dead of appendicitis agedII ortyelght years She took the veil j Ilt eighteen years of age and has been ai nun for thirty years belonging to tt- tho Loretto order Her maiden name I I was Mary Coffey and she was born Intt St Louis whero she has a brother I Father James T Coffey pastor of the t St Leo church In that city She became I n novitiate in 1878 and took t hor vows in 1880 and was sent to c Birmingham Ala whore she taught I for fivo years Sho was then transferred to Marshall Mo whero she became Mother Superior In a seminary I Sister Mary was next appointed directress of studies at tho Loretto I Heights at Denver Colo Sho was then transferred to Birmingham I Ala and mndo Mother Superior uf i nn academy there Sho was sent to Ji Lebanon whoro she presided over 8tII MiRustlnoa Academy for eight years I altar which site won made Mother Superior at Bethlehem Academy whore she died- IIOLiH t 1 WOHLDfl IlKCOIU J Flftyalx times around Capo Horn j III master Ila a record held by only mo wan In tho world It U said andII 10 1is Oajit Janioi l Murphy In com nianil of tho tour mast Math steel ship William pI Iryo Tho fifty Seventh venture through the roar ng forties and around the Horn willII lie started front Ualtlmoro an soon ai I Ito Jry is loaded with coal for nAn I J ranolseoin voyaging around the Horn I Cum t Murphy computes tho distances I muscle et 000000 miles Jurin I IIssv trips e- narsr t Murphy 1 laml alt avidnLto a BlilfAncI 1 j went through tho trial I lit iroulilo with my crews Mull HJUi MUM over cropped up on any fcU J mr tmmMw JJ1 ilmt UjMfjft I IRISH BISHOPS iBHiio Drolnrntlon Stating Post tine on Unlvcrnlty Educa tion Question Elope For a Measure That Will Give Country a Fresh Start Prepared to Accept Less Than to Which They Are Entitled I THANKS FOR THE NATIOALIST PARTY The declaration issued by his Emi thoBishopsandConnorIrishDlshops theGovernment notoepisco entirelysatlstactory the impending agreeable settlement of this orIrishbetter tromthisThe contradiction Secretary of the theGovernmentpostponetothoIntroductiondealingwithfurtherassuranceearnestness Governmentand beforeseoaeducationthlacountryachanceprogressstirringAs to the reformhusresolvedopin ion quite possible within the general substantially repeatedlytheCathollabody thesameprovisiontorof the country We and the Catholicbody in Ireland wohavecon scious of the justice of our full claim i wout1ibMrtharmony and sentiments and onCatholicnotblindleglslntlontorcome a Parliament that Is overwhelmingly Protestant and that will naturally have regard to the principles which have determined Its action in similarcases for Protestants A Parliament establishIng educationtorconstitutes a state of things In which compromise is essential to a settle ment and wehaveCatholictellowcountnmen accept less than the full claim to entitledOntheGovernment thethreerecent Royal Commissions we for our part shall be asfinnlourtimequestionnaturaldevelopmentbring with it but on the condition just stated as far as we are con cerned we shall consider tho Cath fwholeWe would however most ear Governmenttor seentholement following on the striking pro orthepose concentrated public opinion on this question would cause grave dis mischancethethroughdolaystrong revulsion of feeling among our fellowcountrymen Appended to tho declaration is a resolution thanking tho Irish Parliamentary party for their Invaluable advocacy of tho claims of tho Irish people Wit tho matter of higher odu action and expressing confidence opportunIty delay to a satisfactory conclusion So many people had entertained doubt as to whether the Liberal pro satlst1thoview of Socrotary BlrroUa connection with the English education bill of tart year that it U eminently satis factory to find that their Lordships express such unmistakable approval of tllo Governments proposals flUMMKIl IN KUJIOLU Henry A Kraft tho wellknown butcher and capitalist and hlo call mablo wife loft Tuesday for a six months trip to Europel They tailed from New York for Naples front whoro they will proceed to Homo and theywillI IJwlllorlandlftndJWItimeUubllnl poet tasQ II for home Tii9 best wllhUIIIIIuhm 0 F I NTIIORY IRISH ANIFRIOa 2vt KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM 1 8 I Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish AtnerlcaHS KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered it the Loulivllle Poitofflce if SecondCIu Hitter Address all Coreusicdisseto the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Weat drees SI TRADES COUNCIL i ilSVILUJ KySATURDAy MAY 41907 COADJUTORSHIP The Kentucky Irish American last week discounted the rumors concerning the appointment of a Coadjutor Bishop and changes In the adminis tration of the affairs of the Louis ville diocese The dally press Rave assurance that the appointment of Monsignor Farrell was to be an nounced In Rome last Monday but It was not Our neighbor the Even- Ing Times interesting though erratic seems determined to give us a Coadjutor and after telling that Father Farrelly was born In Arkansas about fifty years ago has this to say Father Farrelly received his early education at St Marys College in this State Soon after leaving this institution he went to Home where for the next nine years his education was continued at the best institu tions in the Eternal City It was while at school at St Marys that Father Farrelly determined to enter the priesthood He was ordained ai priest in Rome and remained there in one of the churches for severs to this wan years He then returned try and for five years was connected with the Cathedral in Nashville Tenn He was then called back to Rome where he entered the American College and where he has remained for the past twenty years During the later years of her life his mother went to Rome and lived with him She died there several years ago- Unless the Times dates are pled Father Farrelly must indeed have received an early education at St Marys Spending several years in Rome after his ordination five years at the Nashville Cathedral and the past twenty years in Rome the question is what was Father Far rellys age at the time of his ordina tion The Times will have to come stronger to make us change the opin ion expressed last week YOUR EASTER DUTIES The time has come again during which the Catholic Church com mands every one of her children ta Eec2iyj fchc sacraments of confession and communionIn other words to make their Easter duties To disobey this command is the most grievous neglect of which a Catholic can be guilty it even makes him liable to be cut off from the communion of the members of the church Such a Catholic is guilty of a great mortal sin and he willfully remains on the road that ends in damnation Makeup your mind to receive the sacra ments worthily to be reconciled qnce more to the Heavenly Father and to receive from Him the grace which is lo help you to eternal salvation Gods goodness and mercy are infin ite Ills greatest desire Is to forgive the sinners but woe to those who despise His mercyand refuse the grace He offers them Their end will be very evil their lot will be with the impenitent sinners HAVE RIGHT RING President Roosevelts speech when opening the Jamestown Exposition had the right ring Throughout the sentiment expressed was worthy the man and occasion and every true American should feel especially proud of the spirit that prompted the following utterances- I believe that there is a rising tide in human thought which tends for righteous international peace a tide which It behooves us to guide through rational channels to sane conclusions and all of us hero pres ent can well afford to take to heart St Pauls counsel If it be possible as much as Hoth in you live peaceably with all men This great republic of ours shall never become the government of a plutocracy and it shall never become the government of a mob God will- Ing It shall remain what our fathers who founded it meant It t- obea government In which each man stands on his worth as a man where each is given the largest personal liberty consistent with se curing tho wo11 being of the whole and where so far as In us lies we strive continually to secure for each man such equality of opportunity that in the strife of life ho may have a fair chance to show the stuff that is In him Preceding on the lines upon which this country was founded and observ lug the maxims of our forefathers with equal justice for rich and poor alike the greatest and best govern meat the world has over known will continue for all Halo THmii Alit AND LIFE Plenty Of C frek air la wr living room iniwr iwblk ce eyaMH la l U 1 our bedchambers our schools our churches would Insure us longs lives and more Joy In living Wo may avoid drafts and protect our solves from tho effect of a sudden chill by tho judicious choice of warn wool for our underclothing and by loose well made garments which confine no vital part But let us have the window open if not all the time then at Intervals through tbe day so that the house may be flood ed with pure air and noxious germ put to flight In many houses there Is a constant and distressingly evident odor of dinners past and pres ont pervading the atmosphere The concentrated scents and essences of vegetables of roasts and fries and broils cling to tho furniture fill the carpets and curtains and subtly do violence to tho refinement which should belong to every beautifully appointed home Ten minutes air- Ing of a house three times a day after each meal would suffice to exorcise the ghosts of departed dinners and give every room freshnes and sweetness No odor should bo suffered to permeate a house except that sweet fragrance which come from absolute Inviolate cleanllnes and from flowers which are agree able to every sense What has Secretary Quarle against the Irish French and Italian immigrants Those who ahvo mad Louisville their home have proved lawabiding and industrious and have materially aided In making our city the metropolis of the South The Employers Association should not for a moment tolerate any policy that bears the least taint of religious or race prejudice Kentucky needs Immigrants Those who have mad will not secure them while there IIs left anything of the spirit that stopped the tide more than fifty years ago We would suggest that Secretary Quarles broaden his idea and bring to our State the industri ous and selfsustaining foreigner no matter from what country he comesIn an editorial touching upon the Protestant clergy the Cincinnati En quirer confesses that there has been a falling off not only In the numbers but In tho ability and general make up of young men seeking the min Istry and this has been widely pro claimed by the churches and their seminaries This has been due to the unsettled condition of questions of belief and to the fact that cap able ambitious young men find more to attract them in other call ings and to there being inadequate compensation in the ministry With them the question has come to be ono almost entirely of material re sults The condition of labor throughout the country were never more satisfactory than at present From East and West North and South come reports that all who will work can secure employment Industrial peace prevails everywhere which insures both employers and employes an other year of prosperity and happi ness This is in a large measure due to the adoption of the plan to recog size each other and adjust all differences by arbitration Our Catholic pastors and societies should do all lu their power to as sist the printers In their fight for an eighthour day at union wages by demanding the union label on all of their printing It is not only beneficial to the allied printing trades but to the working nen in general and there can be no denial of tho fact that the workingmen and their families are the bone and sinew of the Church and the societies that enroll under Its banner Prof J Laurence Laughlin of the Jnlverslty of Chicago The man who Is fit succeeds and the man who is infit falls and when men who fail ivish society to do for them what hey confess to being incompetent too for themselves we hove the ex ilanatlon of the demand of socialism for socialism is the philosophy of allure This Is the month of May and in the Catholic church is devoted to the Messed Virgin Mary In every church special services in her liquor will beheld and participated in by all tho lalthful Tho New York Legislature passed the Page child labor bill which makes It a misdemeanor to employ aisora In factories more than eight ours In tWe y our Seine area rare as eat of date M ait years popular swagC II pSONG OF RICHES Ive a dollar in me pocket IAn wid wealth o health Im blest An rite picture In a llocket On a pretty colleens Sieast tOPllirrowLIf1 So there Isnt room for sorrow In a corner o me mind What a future may be bearm I have little care to know Shure well none of us be carin In a thousand years or so Ye have spoke the word thats bound ye- Kate machree to be my wife Heres two arms to put around ye An to work for ye for life An to make a home thats pleasant Ayl an fit to have ye in Falx theres no time like the present Katie darlin to begin Then through lair an storm weather If were daclnt here below Shure we still may be together- In a thousand year or s- oT A Daly In Catholic Standard i SOCIETY i i lfa b i3twdw11 Miss Anna May Glenn is home Iron Bloomfield where she visited her sis ter Mrs A M Causey Mrs Edward Doyle 423 0 street has almost entirely recovered iron a severe attack of grip Martin J Dugans friends were all glad to see him out this week after an Illness of three months Miss Leonora Wlnn has returned to pleasantIalt Mrs John Griffin who arrived here last week to visit relatives has re turned to her home In Frankfort Mrs Boy Neighbors of Soutl Louisville has returned from a visit to her parents at Ellabetbtown Miss Jessie McCanliffe is at her home in South Louisville after nn enjoyable visit to friends in Cincin nati James J Mann who has been m for the past couple of weeks is noW Improving rapidly and expects to bout again shortly Miss Sophie Wathen left Tucsdaj for Lebanon to visit her uncle IL M Wathen one of that citys most influential and representative men John J Grogan Is now at work on a small book for the benefit of a select coterie of his friends entitle Why some men remain single Mr and Mrs Maurice Coll of Jet fersonville are expecting their daugh ter Mrs Neal McMamara of Keo kuk to pay them a lengthy visit Edward J OBrien and his son and daughter Edward and Miss Marie have been enjoying a pleasant season of rest and recreation at French Lick SpringsMrs Tuck Gilbert of Parkland has gone to Jackson Tenn to spend the summer with her mother Mrs M F Henry She was accompanied by her little son Miss Willie Long after a serious Illness of typhoid fever at Sts Mary and ElizabetH Hospital is at her home In South Louisville almost entirely well- Roscoe Deming and bride who was Miss Lily Steele have returned from their wedding trip to Chicago and are at home to their friends at 729 Fifth street- John McDonald who was here for a brief vilst to relatives left Wed nesday for Blackwood Va where he holds a responsible position with the Blackwood Mining Company Frank Martin a prominent member of the Uniform Hank C K of A who has been threatened with typhoid fever is now convalescing rapidly at his home on East Gray street Joseph Thieman and bride who were married last week at firming ham Ala have been spending their honeymoon here and are the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Thieman aeIcompaniedleft Wednesday for French Lick Springs where Mr Fitzgerald hopes to recuperate from a threatened ill nessWilliam J Keeley o 007 West St Catherine who has been ill with pneumonia at St Josephs Infirmary Is now Improving rapidly and his phy sician predicts his removal home in a few days Mr and Mrs George A Kraft arr- Ived In New Albany last Saturday from a two weeks honeymoon trip to Eastern cities and have taken up their residence at East Ninth and Spring streets Mrs Patrick Walsh and Miss Eliza beth Walsh of the West End have been having a delightful visit in Cleveland where they went to be the guests of Mr and Mrs J P Gibbons who are frequent visitors and have numerous friends in Louisville The engagement of Miss Lillian T Burke and Charles J Elbrick of Lagrange has been announced and their marriage will take place in June The brideelect is the accom plished daughter of Lieut Edward J Burke and a well known schoolteacher The most brilliant wedding of the season in Evansville was witnessed Tuesday at the Church of the As sumption when Miss Charlotte Wright became the bride of Charles Budd of Kansas City a former res lent of Owensbbrd and well known throughout Kentucky The many friends of Mrs Thomas ffoWeai who has been seriously ill it toe nwWeflMofMrs MattvCasfiln fn Fief gileifkts will be relieved to I7 know that her condition is steadily improving and that It is now thought she will soon be able to return tp lien home in Muncie Ind Spne of the prettiest of the Jutiti MawdWednesday It will be a church wed ding and will take place at St Mary Magdalens at 3 oclock Father Will lam Gausepohl will perform the ceremony which will be followed by a reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs William H Tuttle An interesting June wedding was solemnized with a nuptial mas Wednesday morning at St Anthony church the contracting parties being Miss Lula Herp arid Edward fort traeger the ceremony being wit nessed by a large gathering of relatives and acquaintances The bride is the daughter of Mrs Catherine Herp Twentyfourth street whose charming manner and many accom pllshments have made leer a favorite in society circlesl Mr Borntrneger who Is with the Evening Post resides In the East End where he has a wide circle of friends After the reception the couple left on their honey moon trip and upon their return they will be at home at 819 Twenty fourth street GOING AHEAD t Mackin Council Will Initiate TwentyFive Members In June Mackin Council Y M I continue Its steady growth At a fairly wel attended meeting Tuesday nigh President Sand started preparation for the next Initiation which has been set for the first Tuesday In June when the degrees will be con ferred on a class of twentyfive can didates Only two members now re main on the sick list and both were reported Improving The Social Glut announced tho close of Its season Monday night with the most success ful and enjoyable dance of the series and that the club would soon turn iII handsome sum over to Treasurer Dai WeberAmong the communications read was one from Fred Zahn resigning as Corresponding Secretary His new duties at the White City made it Im possible for him to longer fill the of flee and it was with regret the resig nation was accepted Louis Kinsella Georgo Slmonls and John Hancock were placed in nomination to fill the vacancy at an election to be held Monday night An important amendment to the election law was introduced which provides that hereafter the nomina tion and election of delegates to the Grand Council shall be held on the second Tuesday in June Mackln Council will this year be entitled to six delegates and a lively contest will take place for the coveted honor CATHOLIC PIONEERS Commemorated In Panels ThatAddollctHiah School The panels painted by William Penhallow Henderson for the en trance hall of the township High School at Jollet 111 are attracting a deal of attention The color of the pictures is carried into the uncover ed walls and the ceilings by saffron gray slightly touched with lavender and the narrow gold strips which separate the borders from the pic tures are repeated in the ceiling to a pattern of gold stars and gold and silver moon Most of the panels are portraits of men famous in the his tory of Illinois The portrait panels of Marquette an arrangement In blue and black and of Joliet an ar rangement in rose and gold together with the Last Sermon of the Rose a twilight lanscape in rose gray and black have attracted special attention The last named picture repre sents a procession of Indians and priests carrying the bones of Mar- gluetteto their last resting place in chapel on the straits of Mackinaw WIFE IDENTIFIED BODY The body of the man who was found in the Ohio river Wednesday morning was identified as Bernard Maley former night dynamo tender at the Louisville Lighting Companys plant Fourteenth and Magazine who had been missing since January 10 The identification was made by his wife Mrs Victorlne Maley of 536 Twentythird street who fell senseless when she discovered her hus band For some time before he dis appeared Maley had been suffering from melancholia This is the only cause known for his disappearonce He was not a drinking man and had no serious troubles Besides his wifo he leaves five children Maley was a native of Ireland but came to Louis ville when only ten years old Thursday evening there was some doubt as to the identification parties claiming that the body was that of a man named Jones and not Maley MACKINS OPERA IThe comic opera to be given by Mackin Council at the Mary Anderson on May 20 and 21 promises toe an artistic success Mackin has given the company the exclusive use of its large hall and frequent rehearsals are held at the theater The seventyfive young people who will take part In the production Include the best talent In the city and already there is a great demand for seats ANDY RASP WELL Andrew Kast assistant superln endent In the City Engineers de artinentj who has been seriously lit- of typhoid lever at his home for the past two months was able to be iit Wednesday and was everywhere eeelved with the glad hand Next reek he will again take charge of his department j iJ J i iI I Li FONTAINE FERRY PARKTUB PARK BEAUTIFUL iti A IIIKhClall8 Family Resort Equipped With Vptoi Devices of Amusement Catering to Women and Children lUpccUtlyj SEASON OF 1907 BEGINS TODAY HighClass Vaudeville Opens In HOPKINS PAVILION Paul Spadonl Guyer Crisp Hastings Wllion Tivoll Quartet George Van Klnodromc FREE BAND CONCERTS By Cooks Military Band Every Afternoon and Night DUrAURWorldIDEAL ROLLER RINK New Skates New Surface Everything Nw ADMISSION TO PARK FREE BUCKINGHAMMATINEE DAILY Week Commencing Sunday Matlni May 6 MINER8BURLESOUERSS MfRRY B THE BEST OF THE ENTIRE SEASON tA y r Ik- onFurniture Off all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER 419 WMARKET STREET I OFFICE HOURS 8 TO 6 SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANTG- ood Denial work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we Advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co KNIGHTS OF COLUIH Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A new council was Instituted last Sunday at Red Wing Minn State Deputy Daniel J Callahan of Virginia is a member of the James town Exposition Board of Directors Gwynn T Shepperd Secretary of the Jamestown Exposition Company is a prominent member of Norfolk CouncilThe initiation to be held under the auspices of Louisville Council on Sun day May 12 will be the largest ever witnessedTomorrow a council will be insti tuted at Lawrenceburg Ind to which Cinclnanti will send a large delegationThe a Rockville Conn has voted 200 for a memorial window for the auditory of St Bernards church which will be installed this summerThe Ohio State convention at Mansfield beginning May 12 and lasting three days will have at least 150 delegates and members in at tendance With Impressive ceremonies New Albany Council was instituted last Sunday There were sixty charter members and several hundred visitors to witness the ceremonies The sermon preached to the Albanybyoils was pronounced one of the best ever heard on a similar occasion The Huron council one of the most prosperous in South Dakota initiated a large class last week when a number of visiting priests from neighbor- Ing parishes were present The ban quet was served In the City Hall Knights from various sections in vaded Crookston Minn last week and with teams from Fargo and Du luth instituted a splendid council There was a class of sixty and the visitors were royally entertained St Josephs Hall In New Albany presented a brilliant scene last Sun day night when 300 sat down to the banquet Hon Edward Jt McDermott acted as toastmaster and the principal speakers were Judge Matt ODoh erty the Rev George M Connor of Oweusboro Alvin Padgett Thomas Walsh and the Rev G C Borrles as sociate rector of St Marys CLAYTON HOTEL OPENING Messrs Seelbach and Secor havo sent out Invitations for the formal opening of the new Clayton Hotel Third and Main streets which takes place Monday Everything has teen completed and tho Clayton takes rank with the best hotels in this see lon of the country PUPILS ON JAUNT A large party comprising almost all of the pupils of Loretto Academy In Marion county Journeyed on Fri day of last week to Mammoth Cave to spend several days The trip was made for a study of the cave and ileaaure and profl t Several of the listers of Loretto accompanied the oung people R e i IIiINFANTS WEAR DEPT Third Floor EXTENSIVE SHOWING 7V v OF j ft tV INFANTS WEAR The Infants Wear Department is one we have made a special effort to equip with every wearable for the infant in the newest and daintiest ideas from the simple little dresses to the more elaborately trimmed garments Full and complete line of Infants Trousseaux Undervests Bands Hosiery Moccasins and Shoes as well as the little Nain BoOk Petticoats and Dresses Baby Caps in a y v large variety from the little Mull Embroidery trimmed Caps at 50c to the finer Handmade Caps at 500 CHILDRENSHOSIERY Maiii Floorg i i SPECIAL VALUES IN CHILDRENS RELIABLE HOSIERY 50 dozen Childrens Fine Cotton Hose black light weight full regular made sizes 5 to 9 12 25c quality Special 19c a pair Childrens Tan Hose 1x1 ribbed lisle fashioned new spring tan shades sizes 5 to 9 Special 25c a pair Childrens Silk Lisle Hose French ribbed regular made black white pink blue red and tan sizes 5 to 8 12 Special 35c 3 pairs for 100 INFANTS SOCKSA great variety of new things in Infants and Childrens Socks in black white tan etc WASH GOODS Second Floor Jr r I SALE OF GINGHAMS AND SUITINGS FOR CHILDRENS DRESSES i Sale of fine foreign and Domestic Ginghams in plain plaids stripes and checkerboard checks 12 l2c to 50c yard BORDERED ZEPHYRSThe most exclusive wash material of the season comes in striped or plaid borders 75c yard Barnsley Linen Check Suitings for childrens wear very stylish and durable 12 l2c and 15c yard CHILDRENS READYTOWEAR DEPARTMENT Third Floor SALE OF- f CHILDRENS DRESSES Childrens Blue Chambray Dresses trimmed in white Dutch neck jumper sleeves sizes 4 to 8 years Special Value 175 Childrens Percale Dresses black and white checks Gibson style babysleeve sizes 4 to 8 years Special Value 225 Childrens Gingham Dresses both Jumper or Waist styles braid and button trimmed in plain colors or checks sizes 6 to 14 years Special Price 375 STEWART DRY GOODS COt IN CONNECTION YORXTINCOIIPOIIATIUD PINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street HOUSECLEANERS DELIGHTHome and office cleaning made a pleasure and satisfaction when MAGIC VENEER GLOSSIs used on fixtures furniture woodwork leather couches painted walls metal dcIIt clean pouches diiinfecU and veneer at the same time No need for water Soapstains or varnish Magic Veneer Gloss is Transparent IntheMONEY BACK IF NOT AS REPRESENTED SUPERIORt16LEM THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE HOTELMAIN STI Strictly FlritClati Both Plans Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and recep tionsROSSPARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS Jeffereonvifeladhospitalforepileptic patieats Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For prtber particular apply to MOTlfJRMARYREOINAneRCYUOSPITAL Sparks Aveaae Jclfcri eavllle led I o 1 shapeecan CBTHOMPSON ELORISX SPECIALTYFLORAL 68Z Fourth Avenue 261 WJiJttrsenSl Both TaiepbottM logo i HAllsatisfaction guaranteed ri in i r- I SI TTYlQKY IRISH A1k T DAN I f RICHARD D BAKROW Prit W H LA8B tin Mgr i GREENWOOD AVENUE AND RIVER I Special Free Attractions Next Week Creatore and his band Grenada and his i elephantii CentsNit- l i tltl- J tl- MJ J IANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN IJisHiMjITiiPl I Pros 6Mgr VIcePrM Secretary Treasurer Kentucky fitrifisi Brick Ca INCORPORATED Maaufsototure3rs 04 VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Aye Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE S73 TELEPHONE 1252 i Gran W Smiths Son1 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 r TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETtHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Je JBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East IVJCaixa Street N++ ++++ MMMMMHMTt t + + D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT S DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night tMARKET STREET1231 WEST f THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All cafe promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occa ion i 1225 W MARKET ST a Independent of Alt Underta ere KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Pboaea Old mmd Rare WhUldea A Specialty 4 BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEI LOUIS WA8NITZ fc CO Proyrlftirs 339 FIFTH STREET n II= dive your boys aa education that will prepare them tar life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway LanUvllle Ky 4cL- SdenttacandBmlaenconreeaPnparaw Department Large Swimming Pool Well Bquf GjnmJiitum Term Moderate Bro Jeanee HENRY flUNOLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty fomePkAle 4338 540 W WALNUT HENHYAft 1 1JIJ POUP DYER AND CLEARER lifts and Gents Waning Appan I WORK 8UARANT- EEOXI4J 521 Fiftk Sues VlXES LIQUORS C1IAIt VALS SALOON I VAt LESTER Prp s Hot Lunch every tsondagfrew 83 to 1230 oclock ft or f t I f tt441a VGREEN MX0- i Ci i NW LOUISVILLE JOCKY CLUB Spring 30 DAYS RACING MAY 6 TO JUNE 81 Derby Day Next Monday May 6 SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M OPENS ON SUNDAY Fontaine Ferry Park Will Be Free to All This Year The opening of Fontaine Ferry to morrow without any charge for ad mission has aroused widespread in terest and words of commeridatloi are being heard on every side on ac count of this popular move Who the gates open to the amusement seeking population a treat for then will be in sight Everything con nected with the grounds has under gone a decided change and the beauty and splendor of this family resort will be augmented by a large number of amusement features Anew bandstand has been built whlcl will accommodate organizations up wards to sixty pieces The free band concerts which proved so popular lasl year will be repeated and for the opening week the Trio DeLaur fam ous operatic soloists will sing in the open air to the accompaniment of Cooks Military Band Everything tending to please the roller skating fraternity of the Falls Cities has been done The skating rink inclosure has been resurfaced and an entire stock of new skates has been secured An exceptionally fine bill of vaudeville Is scheduled for tho opener of Hopkins summer theater The manage ment will cling to its fixed policy of maintaining the highest standard of order everywhere on the grounds RECENT DEATHS Matthew Brady a well known and industrious resident of the West End died Sunday evening at the residence of his sister Mrs Michael Quinn 1723 Baird street For many years he had been a member of St Michaels church from which the funeral took place Wednesday morn ing William Kindrigan a well known member of St Patricks parish passed peacefully to his eternal re ward on Wednesday at the home of his sister Mrs William McDonald 228 Twelfth street Ills funeral took place yesterday morning and the In terment was in St Louis cemetery The funeral of Martin A Con naughton whose death occurred Monday night took place Wednesday morning with a solemn requiem mass celebrated by Rev Father Walsh at the Sacred Heart church Deceased was the son of the late Martin Connaughton and his demise is deeply mourned by a wide circle of friends We regret to announce the death of James Foster Vesey Fitzgerald K C The deceased gentleman who resided on Lower Baggott street was a Justice of the Peace for the County Clare In which he hal a country- seat at Moyrelsk Quinn He had been seriously ill for some time and while going from one room to an other at the University Club step- hens Green he fell and expired With feelings of sincere regret the many friends and relatives of Mrs Frelda Howlett beloved wife of Byrel Howlett 1514 Seventeenth street learned of her death on Mon day evening after a short illness Her funerrl took place Thursday morning from St Peters church and the large attendance at the solemn obsequies evidenced the great respect in which she was held The funeral of George Anger who died Saturday morning at his home 220 Thirtysixth street took place from the Church of Our Lady Rev Father Conniff celebrating the sol emn requiem mass lIe was born in Germany seventyfive years ago He came to this country at an early age and engaged In the Civil war on the Confederate side He Is survived by a wife and three children all of whom live in this city- FORESTER OFFICERS St Boniface Court the pioneer In Louisville for the Catholic Order of Foresters Is promised an excellent administration by the following offi cersChief RangerAnton Huckenbeck Deputy ChiefJames M Coll Vice ChiefMartin N Stocker Recording Secretary T J Leahy Financial SecretaryWm F Krul TreasurerHenry Bosse Jr They have gone to work to secure IB membership of 150 and when this Is accomplished they propose instituting a second court in St Louis Ber trands parish The meetings are held in St Boniface Hall on East Green street HOSPITAL ADDITION Sister Regina Superior of the Sisters of Mercy In Jeffersonyllle has practically matured plans for the building of a handsome addition to the present Jeffersonvllle hospital at a cost of 50000 RECOVERED lIon Asher G Caruth who for some time was thought to ba fatally 111 of pneumonia has almost entirely recovered and may be able to be at his lofflcet dayT e Judge has undergone a long Illness friends II llr n Got Your Boys v Confirmation Suite Dont wait if you haventI Bring him here for tbeI bestat any price from 350 to 15 And the Furnishings Hat andI Shoes to complete the outfit LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET IIfR M IRDR1OT SONS AGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET and relatives coming here from all parts of the country to be at his bedside and since his change for the better and Improvement there has been widespread rejoicing CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Catholic Knights Central Committee will hold Its regular monthly meeting next Friday night at- St Marys Hdll and members of all the branches are invited to be present Committees named at the last meeting and the officers are expected to submit some interesting reports The anniversary parade must also be arranged for and a church selected where all will attend solemn vespers RECUPERATED Magistrate Edward OConnor will return today from French Lick SprIngs where he went for a weeks theypastixbeen overcrowded with work to which he devoted so much of his time that he was breaking down and a rest was absolutely necessary ANOTHER DIPLOMAT The Pope it Is said has determined to send another diplomat to Paris to take charge of the palace of the Nunclature and has chosen Abbe Emanuel DOrelll The Abbe was born in France and because of this can not be easily expelled by the French Government HOPE liE WILL Bishop Lillls of the diocese of Leavenworth when visiting Cardinal Merry del Val with Father Jenkins of this State on Wednesday was told by the Cardinal that he hoped in the future to visit the western and middle towns of the United States WOMEN POLICE Toledo is to have a staff of women policemen This was decided last week at a meeting of the Board of Public Service The women police will be detailed at the various parks to look after wayward children who frequent them at night While they will be vested with full police authority they will beunder control of tha JuTCBile Court iiery man noa taeeeras- tre4kefjbuthe haa me xefer s leg puller j j i Meeting WHITE CITY GROWS Auspicious Opening of Louis villas Summer Amuses oJ ment Resortc The White City Louisvilles latest and greatest summer amusement anil recreation resort had a most auspl clous and satisfactory opening hillt Saturday and on Sunday at lestsl 20000 people crowded the place Everything Is now In perfect running order all the mechanical features be ing enjoyed to the fullest extent and the White City is in full commission The Immense electric tower and the dancing pavilion overlooking the rive are finished While the dancing pavilion will give joy to thousands all during the summer the electric towe is a feature of beauty that must be seen to be appreciated It will hay thousands of electric lights studding It from base to top and on the tot the big searchlight will add its par toward making the White City al most as bright as day Each evening this week large crowds were deliglite with the many features and amusements and from expressions heart there is no doubt that the White City Is already an assured success HINTS ON STYLE The short klmona Is very popula Is a dressing sacque Hats trimmed with ostrich plume are to be worn through the summer All the new corsets have nearly straight busts and In front are of medium height Closely following voiles In popular Ity are fine yarn lightweight worsted suitings For dressy wear throughout the summer the lace and lingerie coa will be considerably used Sailor suits for girls are popula for school frocks They are shown In serge and wash materials In skirts for misses the pleatec types are the most popular thoughIsome plain effects are also Many of the new hats now exhibited are so gay with flowers that they resemble miniature gardens Handembroidered and lacetrim med petticoats were never so attractive as those now displayed for sum merIn fashions for little girls the blouse effects and short sleeves predominate in dreses of washable material Kimonas for children are very sim- Ilar to those for ladles wear the difference being in the method of orna mentation Rings and coin spots have a show- Ing among novelties in spite of the treat popularity of the checks plaids md stripes Pleated skirts of all sorts are still extremely fashionable They are so pretty and serviceable they can not- go out of style There is more than the usual now Jlty inI separate skirts this season owing to the use of both fancy and sheer materials Mourning at the present time IE dIstinctly confined to black and white Gray is no longer used and violet md purple are not considered mourn- Ing at all- Coats and capes of black silk are very smart The black silk Eton and he black silk pony as well as a few fitted styles in short black silk coats ire also popular Patterns in night gowns attracting attention are made of sheer nainsook ashioned with Dutch necks fine ucks stitched to yoke depth and very short sleeves AMUSEMENTS The theatrical season is nearIng its end Macauleys will have only one or two more attractions and the Mary Anderson will have Mrs Fiske In the New York Idea the last hull of next wgeek Miners Merry Burlesquers one of he best vaudeville attractions to appear here to will bring to a close the most successfulI season since the uckinghams opening years ago INITIATION Branch 25 0 K of A will meet Monday night at St Johns school mil Clay and Walnut for the purpose of Initiating new members and ollverlng several policies The meet ng will be an interesting one and therefore President Meehan and Secretary Mann urge all the members to attend AUDIENCE WITH HOLY FATTIER The Holy Father on Wednesday ranted an audience to Bishop Lillis of Leavenworth The Bishop presented to the Pope the Rev Fathers laclnerney and Burke of Kansas LUgustlne of Missouri Clark and lenan of Rhode Island and Jenkins of Kentucky IRISH COMMONS RELICS Among the most valued possession i n Antrim Castle where the beautiful1 iBcountess Maseereene and Ferrard Is the chatelaine are the mace and1 Speakers chair of the old Irish HOUfiIt jf Commons which may come int j o t BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky iH I FRANK FEHR BREWING CO XNOORPORATED 1LOUISVILLE PABST BEER I ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE xa89 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone Halm 1913 Home Phone 1913 THI WIEDEMANNBREWING 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 DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED UY SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 492 LOUXSVXLLE KY JOHN 3D FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERS 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E YENT ProprietorI- MPORTERS HEEEMANN BEOS FINE WINES AND UQUO- Dlatillen 8 and Wholesale Deal en la Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies epecial- lqPEARL OFIfELSQB D01TLB D BON- DT4ejteae1948I 234 Sixth Streji 1use again Iit Jiii B Ifah1 FlbttU Gtw ernment carries through tits scheme tbl give rrelaid hot town Parliament again L VLVVV V moneytorthe beat quality that it can buy There ii at much difference la wall plaster as there Is in anything else Any dealer will tell you that- DiaslonWa1LPlaster iii the kind you ought to ure Kentucky Wall Plater Co- Y A IN O1OAAT D BOTH PHONES 2 SQt l- BfiokrulRlyiri Liyisvilli Ky Also operating the aeoSlerWall PTeii ter Plant Jeffersonvllle Ind Phone 656 rI r wT d I r I r 1 ii- ai NTUOBrY IRISH AlOT RIO ilT THE BIG STORE HighGrade Spring Suits for Men 750 10 12 15 20 25 Made up in the very latest Fashion Cuts Highclass in workmanship and materialII I THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE A CO 424 West Market St Between Fourth and FlUb A 350 Haines Bros Piano Free IN EVEN EXCHANGE FOR THE OLDEST PIANO THAT IS NOW IN ACTUAL USE IN LOUIS VILLE NEW ALBANY OR JEFFERSONVILLE OUR REASON- We are desirous of obtaining the oldest Piano that li In actual use In either of the three Falli Cities for exhibition and advcrtltlnr purposes and In order to secure It we make the above liberal offer It costa you absolutely nothing to enter your Piano in this contestTHIS IS ALL YOU WILL HAVE TO DOREAD CAREFULLY ll1ItAny Piano whether It be a Grand Square or Upright to eligible SecondDut It must be In actual use ThirdNo Piano that has been stored away can be entered FOTrthAs Piano dealers we are in possession of data that will enable ua to some ex tent to Judge by the number and name of each piano sent In about how old it Is but in order that no mistake will be made we will send one of our experienced reprenenta tlvei to examine each and every piano that in our estimation appears to be the oldest Fifthlf the names of two or more Pianos are sent in and NewriainesllrosPiano- SixthThis we will be the sole Judges as to who shall be awarded the contest closes at 7 p m May 18 1907 MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OMBOt3O FnURTH AVENU 16Wk6rA BCOIOE 68C t Good Coffee If you buy It from MULLOY the Coffee and Tea expert No variance or change in quality the standard of excellence at all timesA Special Grade one of our biggest sellers at 1 3 LBS FOR 50c Black Green and Mixed at Ihi PHONE ME A TRIAL ORDER MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER U14 W MARKET STREET rtn d88888 S8MHffiG Tiie 6Iiass Rogers Book GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give eg a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the J finest of their kind in the city TO BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w Jefferson street g t88S + + 4000000 + 66 LAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you CHAS WIGGrlNTONSols Agent for Louisville Also Agent for BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY Reliable Systta tfi Shell Make Tea 45c KKKKXKfjf QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range In the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any otber They are more easily cleaned add are made to last The keepitIn1007 contractbefore the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER 6c SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Shorthand and Typewriting r as taught at this institution is a valuable 7 stonetoemploymentSpencerlan I = COMMERCIAL SCHOOLnrcoarotuTeo oaia n8eaal lull 1Yt aIIIlHrerhratr ASK EO ALI4S CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE MEPMNE7IN CUMi PHONE WEST Cl f II u 0- D 1 = 5 HiOO rGoodsat GradeGoods PopularPrices i Q3IJONSO45rINCORPORATED orYour I Womens Misses Spring Coats AT HALF PRICE IIJounty Spring Coats in box pony and blazer styles made up in fine allwool fabrics Some have silk velvet collars in contrasting colors others in collarless noveltyI II ously trimmed All are crisp and new fresh from the hands of the tailor To be sizes for misses from 12 to 20 years and for women from 32 to 42 bust measure IIFor Coats Worth 3985 and 7 Ii OUR GREAT SUIT SALE I 1000For Suits that were 1298 1500 and 1650 00000000 Q HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 1 C and 0 of St Paul are all making large gains and Initiations are the order Division 3 had another splendid meeting Thursday night when more members were obligated County President Murphy has been out of the city and there will be no meeting of the board until he re turns The Maryland State Board of the Ladles Auxiliary recently Instituted a division at Govuns with forty char ter members County President Leeney has or ganized another division at New Britain Conn starting with fifty nine members The two Duluth divisions ore get ting together a large delegation to go to St Paul on June 2 for the laying of the corner stone of the Cathedral The members of Division 2 gave their new candidates a warm wel come last night Con Ford and Joe Lynch have gone to work to procure another class The Ladies Auxiliary had a well at tended meeting Wednesday night Miss Mary Sheridan presided and dur ing the evening called on several who responded with graceful speeches The Ladles Auxiliary Division 2 of St Paul conferred the degrees on a large class of candidates at their last meeting and then entertained Division 9 with a nice programme of exercisesEvery member of Division 4 should attend the meeting Wednesday night Several Important mutters will be dis cussed among them the annual celebration for which time and place must be soon selected Division 1 of Minneapolis will commemorate the birthday anniversary of Irelands beloved poet Thomas Moore on May 10 The programme will be musical and literary and will be followed by n dance Reports submitted Wednesday night show that it would be hard to Improve on the business methods of the Ladies Auxiliary All the books are well kept and the treasury is be ing constantly increased An unusually small number at tended the last meeting of Division 1 and therefore quits an amount of business has accumulated for next Tuesday night when the officers hope all the members will be present Preparations art waking for n big initiation by the Iarti Auxiliary on the first Wednesday in June This has been the annual custom and as there is a large class awaiting the degress the event will be nn impor tant one From Miss Mary Corcoran State President of the Ladles Auxiliary we learn that the five divisions in Kentucky are nil prosperous and constantly adding to their number She expects that when the next con vention meets this State will show as great a percentage of growth as any In the near future initiations will have been held by all and the membership may be doubled The Auditing Committee of the Ladles Auxiliary spent a most enjoy able evening at the residence of Mrs Daniel Dougherty on West Market street After they had transacted the business for which they were called together they were entertained with a pretty programme refreshments Those present were Margaret Foley Mary Sheridan Rose Kelly and Elizabeth King The ladles will endeavor to have these meetings more frequently hereafter JOLLY DELMONT PARTY The tacky party and reception given by the Delmont Club last Mon day night was a decided social suc cess several hundred ladles and gen tlemen attending and spending a most enjoyable evening Visitors were shown through the club house and treated most hospitably by Messrs Louis Borntraeger George Martin Phil Haemiih Matt Schupp Leo Kaufman Conrad Kessler Joe Pirrman Albert Rau Herman Roehr William Schueler Edward Groeechal and William Gable Tables In the goodtohospitality The Delmont Is the rep n- U Coats Worth 498F- or OandOII CONTINUES 1475For Suits that were 1875 1975 and 2250 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D Clines Vice PresidentJames J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cuskk CourthouseTreasurerCharles J Finegan Sergeantatanns James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurerowen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial SecretaryJohn T Kean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings ot Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial SecretaryJohn Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daaiel J Dougherty SergeantatarmsThomns Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph P McGinn 1VicelioU Recording Secretary Frank P Burke FInancIaltrcretnryn E O sum van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenihan SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan UnePresldentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney Marshall M Garrlty Banner Bearer J G Cole Y L I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahnnRecordlngSecretaryBen Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Prod ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Insldo Sentinel Adolphub AndrIot Outside Sentinel O orge Bartsch ft If1I I I II I I Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANOFACT0REIIS PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plaut and we separate our own cream Thla enables us to put a better cream on the competitors627633 EIGHTH ST H I I It I ItI II I 4 I H reeentatlve social organization of the East End and owns a fine house and property on Story avenue ANOTIEEttl JUBILEE Next year on Saturday April 25 will occur the fiftieth anniversary and golden Jubilee of the blowing and laying of the cornerstone of St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets which has had but one pas tor during all those long years the Venerable afad Very Rev Father Bar Q f Satisfaction tionor Money Back 1975ereIIThor Suits that 2500 2975 and 3500 1p e gecOO IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The newly built Foresters Hall at Tullamore was completely gutted by fire entailing great loss During the first two weeks of April thirty five young boys and girls from Batlleborough and district left for AmericaInland Revenue Officer Murray was presented with a combination smok- Ing cabinet by his brother officers at Drogheda on his transfer to Derry and with a handsome silver salver bra number of friends In the Catholic ClubTwo qndKeaneon the Cloumell estate in Drangan parish have been restored to their holdings mainly through the efforts of Very Rev James Ryan President of the East Tipperary Executive Not less than 168 ejectment pro cesses have been Issued In the Castle townbeare district For some time past the tenants on the Leigh White estate have endeavored to get the landlord to sell them either through the Estates Commissioner or the Congested Districts Board but with out obtaining any satisfactory offer for settlement John OConnell Market street Tip perary reported to the police tin t while walking on St Michaels road lie was set upon knocked down and robbed of a gold watch and chain moneyHisproved to be a soldier named Albert Winwood of the Lancashire Fusil iers stationed at Tipperary While working with others at the new Klllaloc quarries a considerable quantity of slate and debris became detached and fell like an avalanche on John Foley and his son Young Foley was caught under the slip and despite the heroic efforts of his father to release him was crushed almost to pulp The unfortunate father had one arm ripped open and sustained other wounds which left his condition ex tremely critical In connection with the extensive fire that occurred on the range of mountains between Monaghan and Clogher Solicitor William Martin of Monaghan has lodged claims amounting in all to 11000 for ma licious injury It is alleged that the mountains were set fire to at different parts In the range and as the heather Is completely destroyed no cover has been left on the mountains for grouse which are always plentiful there As the burning took place In County Tyrone the claims will be heard at Clogher quarter sessions In June The pretty little chapel of the Presentation Convent at CorrlckonSulr was the scene of the solemn and beautiful ceremonies asoclated with the profession and reception of a re llgleuse The young ladles who made their solemn vows were Miss Teresa Meany daughter of the late John Meany High street Kilkenny and Miss Margaret Walsh second daughter of Thomas Walsh New street CarrlckonSuir The Most Rev Dr Sheehan Bishop of Water theIRev Fathers Prendergast and Ward of Carrick CONFIRMATION Rev Patrick Walsh rector of the Sacred Heart church has made much preparation for the visit of Bishop McCloskey next Thursday morning who will then administer the sacra ment of confirmation to a class of about seventyflvo children These children will not receive their first holy communion until Trinity Sun day but as both are events In which the greatest Interest is taken the church at Seventeenth and Broadway will doubtless be thronged PRAISES FATTIER ZOELLER The Lebanon Enterprise says the Rev Andrew Zoeller pastor of St Xnviers church at Raywick Is a great reorganizer In the short time he has been there he has reorganized the Total Abstinence Society the choir and band and has a move on foot to have the next school taught by the Sisters Father Zoeller was until recently assistant at St Marys on Eighth street and was known to a large number of people who regretted his departure from the city o U 4Wl A00 0 aeaa JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture r CarpetsRugs i Stoves Rangesv LOWEST PRICES r BEST TERMS i Homes Furnished w CompleteN- ow is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and let us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think we can convince you that it is to your advantage to purchase here We would qunlltyfromnlwaysbemarks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless tae customer is absolutely satisfied Fully prepared to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or more varied stock can not be found When you buy from us you have the satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in the most substantial manner finish and design perfect I 90 1 N d IONIOrNiON90 o y x eo By reason of being out of the high rent district twe are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each X pair of shoes you buy jf 400 Values for 300 350 Values for 250 Haager Shoe Store f 307 WEST JEFFERSON Itooi r i8 S m xKSxH3S S f LARGEST AND BESTf IN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO lncorp rated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY =ss GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732- T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 44 3 SrtfrS tuj h xS4 Sx3 S44 3x HOTEL HOEMERHEN- RY Q HOEMER Proprietor 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con J uptodatehotel 4 S FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION I A A FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARTJDRS nOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Albert T Schranz Co 9 REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MOKTISY TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room I f Law Bdgj Center and Green AWARDED GRAND PRIZE GREATER LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION KENOLAKING OF QUALITY SHOE CREAM PRESERVES THE LEATHER THE AHRENS i FG OOIncorporated 19TH AND PORTLAND AVENUE LOUISVILLE KYtoIt DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL JIQR5E SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both ltf9 ne8OFFICe INFIRMARY AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTH ST f 1I H It Htt H t I rnn wIwuar 0EIA1P ox- uKOLJ3A 1 845 West Green Strn6tL- IQTJOIU ClOAB t II t t tJU t v J 2 t