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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dp KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 1 i y VOLUME XVIII NO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 1 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS GROSS INSULT Offered Head of Christendom by the Kentucky Hlstori v cal Society I Its Register Used For Dh play w of Dense Ignorance and t 5 Bigotry wy E Catholics Surprised That Such Hostile Feeling Exists in pKentuC Y 3b SOCIETY SHOULD DISCLAIM APPROVAL t The editor of the Kentucky Irish Anierlca received too lnte for nbtico I in last weeks issue a specially addressed and marked copy of the Register of the Kentucky State His i I torical Society which under the I head The Fatal Day offers a f I grievous and uncalledfor insult to the Head of Christendom and the Catholic Church Because of its source and the prominence of the of ficers and others connected with the Kentucky Historical Society from which better things were expected we i reproduce the article in full nnd com i ment in another column otherwise it j t 1 1would have been consigned to the eIwaate basket Catholics may well I read the follow ponder when they ing II The fatal day in France has come and gone Had Pope Leo XIII been In the Vatican things would never have come to such an impasse as now i exists Leo was too astute to have laid his hand on the flywheel of a Corliss engine in the vain endeavor to stop it He was too human to his brains out In the vain beatII break down a stone wall He the age in which he lived and the changes it had necessitated in the I policy of the Church He knew full well the strength of the Church in America utterly tree from all State control and would have guided the free Church of France in a path all its own on ncount of the peculiar conditions which there exist Leo XIIIwas a nineteenth cen tury man and Pope Pius X Is an Egyptian Pharaoh mummified and unwound and coming to life again in the twentieth century a living an achronism a mediaeval Pope with mdlneValltsptrntbnltandPftmblUons- but with a modern environment- He had taken position on the center of the track and had called the French clergy to support him from behind and before him in the dis tance rumbled the oncoming train the fatal December 11 The impact came and His Holiness and the hier archy of France who thought that the Government In the end would quail before their solemn protests are lying maimed and bruised somewhere along the track Plus X will soon know if he does not do so now that the eldest daughter of the papacy has kicked against the hierar chial pricks and wants to be mistress in her own household for the future The Vatican has ordered noncompliance with the new law and the Government has ordered compliance Does any one doubt which side will win1 Plus X has sent the wily Ital ian Mons Montagnlni to France who was there with the explicit purpose and understanding of organizing the resistance to the new law and the obstruction of its enforcement And France has tweaked the Papal nose by taking this Italian prelate and escorting him to the frontier forcibly expelling him therefore from French territory No wonder that the Pope wits surprised and lay awake Decem ber 11 for such treatment at the hands of the eldest daughter was wholly unexpected The summary action on the part of the Government is to be explained by the fact that the Catholic hierar chy while Ostensibly rejecting the prd visions of the law has yet Jesuitlcally availed Itself of its provisions as to salary pensions and especially of the right of Assembly not accorded un der the Concordat Moreover the Pope in violation of the provisions of that instrument but in accordance with those of the new law at once filled all the Episcopal vacancies without the formerly necessary Gov afterhisthese men under the new law For what purpose To plan the complete destruction and defeat of the llaw itself Here the Pope by his Jesuitical conduct completely overreached himself and forewarned the Government of ivliatwas coming Arid when the hour came the Government deftly took the advantage offered and by y appropriating the mass of correspond ence in Montagninls house has possessed o Itself of all the plans of Rome positionufalmplyasdjuitlthtble1 the sight ft Fiance thatrGov Beckham Secretary hsftate Me Chesney Auditor Hager Attorney General Hayes Treasurer Bosworth Gen Fayette Hewitt Judge Robson or W W Jiongmoor will not disavow approval of tie article abovequoted- Y and which should hare no place in the archives of their society II BtdOD POliK N FATAL IAloysius Hardesty fprj rlr kof ListWBan but since his marriage to Miss Lily Banns of this city a res ldat of Memphis died Tuesday at ClBclBBatl of blood potoatagv that followed an operation performed latt QJ n week The sad news caused sinter regret here and In Marion and Nelson counties where deceased had n wide circle of relatives and friends His remains were brought to the res- Idence of his brotherinlaw Magi trate Edward OConnor 1111 Thlr teenth street and Thursday morning the funeral took place from the Sa cred Heart church when the solemn vPatrick1 wife there is the most sincere synv pathy MOURN HIS DEATH t Memorial and Resolution of Division 1 A O H Forw James Rod ers Division 1 A O II at Its regular meeting last Friday night adopted by silent but unanimous vote the follow log memorial and resolution on the death of the late James Rodgers than whom no one stood higher in the order Our Father In heaven with whose will in all things we are in humble accord has called to his eternal re ward our dearly beloved and highly j esteemed brother James Rodgers whom death claimed suddenly and under distressing circumstances on May 0 1007 while he was engaged at his usual occupation tIs oufifer vent prayer that his good nl is happy In the presence of ourlgivlne Redeemer whom he faithfully served in this life Generous in mind in heart and In hand James Rodgers had endeared himself to all who had the pleasure of his association and particularly PO to his brothers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of which society he was one of the first and most earnest members in this city For our order and Its aim he ever bore the strongest love and to his early efforts and sacrifices in the days of laying the foundation is due much of the success that has attended the works aid growth of the order memberslofdeath feeling that thereby the has sustained an immeasurable loss the country of his adoption the loss cif a staunch and righteous citizen Ireland the loss of an honorable exemplary and patriotic son and his family the separation from a gentle kind and loving father who was respected by all men In humble sub mission to the will of God it is Resolved By Division 1 A O II of Jefferson count Ky that the sin cere sympathy of its members is with the family of our deceased brother and- Resolved That the foregoing me moralof him be adopted as the ex s besfngand4hatn dpT bescnt to 4s bereaved faml and to our ofical National and state papers viz the National Hibernian and the Ken husky Irish American Tames P Barry Thomas J Dolan John M Mulloy Committee WESTERN BISHOPS Together In Rome In Larger Numbers Than Forj Years Right Rev Camillus P Macs Dish op of Covington arrived latt week in Rome and went to the hospice of the Sacramentarlan Fathers at St Clau dio Bishops Fox of Green Bay Mich OGorman of Sioux Falls and Llllls of Leavenworth Kan together with Archbishops Seton Stoner and Stanton were dined by the Irish Bishop at the Minerva It was the largest number of Bishops from the Englishspeaking world gathered to gether In Rome for many years Bishop Macs Is on his way to Lou vain Belgium whore he will attend the golden jubilee of the American College Bishop Maes Is President of the Board of Directors of the col lege Many other Bishops and priests of the United States will also attend the celebration Before returning Bishop Maes will visit Munich Germany where he will select a stained glass window for St Marys Cathedral at Cqyingtpn tbbe the piece de resistance inr the handsome Kentucky edifice FATHER TOMS JUBILEE Early this month Father Tom Shaw tie oldest Catholic priest in Northern Illinois will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of his connec tion with St Patricks church at LaSalle The guest of honor at the jubilee will be the Most Rev James E Quigley Archbishop of Chicago and a former pupil of Father Shaw This celebration will signalize Father Toms retirement but not because of any physical or mental disability to continue as a worker in the field of active church duty He Is In ex cellent health and hla faculties are unimpaired he being one of Bishop one of the supervisors of schools for one of the erviors of schools forth Peoria Bocese For years Father Shaw wane of the best known mksioBifJ priests in the country traveling from coast to coutto preac I JIELP TJtq CLUB Friends of the Catholic Womans club are urged to visit the New York Store on Monday Tuesday and W dnkeday afternoon of next week and take advantage of the verygener ous offer of Mrs Haffnsr who Is giving free Jwsons in bakiac andy eparlngfiae salads etc The lad es expect to realizea treat Bumfor thfelr club house building fund I l TOMORROW Will Be Gala Day For Oath olic Knights of Falls Cities Father Rock to Preach Sermon at the Annual Solemn Vespers Knights of St John Uniform Rank Branches anti Blinds in Parade THOMAS FEELBY IS GRAND MARSHALl With fair weather tomorrow wilt1 be n gala day for the Catholic Knights of America of Louisville Jeffersonville and New Albany the occasion being the annual parade and solemn vespers for the Central Com mittee and the untied branches of the three cities For this event spe cial preparation has been been malt ing by the Central Committee for the past three weeks and every detail hall been arranged for what should prove the largest and mat ins posin demonstration ever made here by th Catholic knights With the Catholic Kulfrlita ami Uni norm Rank will be all the Com mandcries of the Knights of St Joh under the command of Col Poppe who have been assigned the post of honor Next will conic the two com panies of the Uniform Rank com manded by Capts ties Kane and Den Hund and then will follow the earl ous ranches In their numerical order and all under the guidance of Thomas Feeley who was the unani mous choice for Grand Marshal The special meeting of the Central Committee held to hear the reports of the special committees previously appointed was largely attended and very enthusiastic Charles Hill and John Kelly who had conferred with Rev Father Leo Greulich of St An thonys church reported that the welcomedtherethat Father Rock of the Cathedral had been invited by Father Leo and would preach the annual sermon at the solemn vespers to which the dele gates to the Central Committee were instructed to specialty invite their tespetttve pastors oFthcr tock Is a pioneer Knight anu his selection as sures a sermon that every Catholic Knight should endeavor to hear President Joe McGinn occupied the choir and Introduced Joseph Sibler President of Branch 30 who crave as surance of n cordial welcome for the Knights and their friends upon the part of his branch which would greet them with a reception and refresh ments after the church ceremonies His remarks were warmly applauded and were happily responded to by Harry Veeeneman for the Central Committee Members were also named to see the Chief of Police re garding a mounted escort for the parade and also to prbcure hacks for the clergy invited guests and several of the older members who are unable towalkAccompanying the Roman Knights will be their band and the branches will have with them their recently or ganized band which will make this the occasion for their first public appearance The commanderles companies and branches will assemble at St Marys Hall on Eighth and Gray son streets at 130 oclock and at 2 sharp the police and parade wilt move proceeding In Eighth to Market and thence down Market to St An thonys at Twentythird where the solemn vespers will be sung assisted by a largely augmented choir It is the wish of the officers of every branch in the Falls Cities that their members turn out In this parade and they are also urged to Invite their young men friends to join with them The Central Committee has done everything to make this occasion n memorable one in the history of the order and all that now remains to crown their efforts for success is for each member to regard it as his duty to turn out end make the parade one worthy of the Catholic Knights of AmericaCouncilman Michael Reichert dele gate to the Supreme Council was present and gave an interesting synopsis of the proceedings of thena tonal convention after which the Central Committee by motion ap proved the course of the Kentucky delegates Messrs Thomas Gleeson of Covtngton and Michael Relchert of this city who had faithfully car ried out every instruction of the Kentucky State Council Col Reichert will make his official report at the regular June meeting NICE TRIP James Welsh of the Louisville Packing Company and well known in Hibernian circles and John Welsh with the Drummond Manufacturing Company leave tomorrow for an ex ended trip and visit to their brothers Michael and Joseph Welsh who are in business at Coxsackie N Y Returning they will take the ocean voy age from Ney York and spend a week at the Jamestown Exposition VATICAN COUNCIL From Rome cornea announcemea- that the historic Vatican Council ses SlOBS will be reopened In 1013 Th i now worldfamous council the last o the greEcumenical Councils of th o Roman Catholic Church has neve been formally closed though temporarily suspended In 1870 It was Ir this council that the last dogma o the Catholic Church was promulgated that of the Immaculate Concep tlon by Pope Plus IX In he present of over 800 Bishops This counci- also 1 placed the United States unde- the special tutelage of the Immacu late Conception the golden anniver sary of which was celebrated last year BEAUTIFUL Was May Rosary Procession At Dominican Church Sunday The rosary procession In honor of the Blessed Virgin last Sunday after noon at St Louis Bertrnnds church Iwas one of the largest and most beautiful of the May processions ever held over 300 children taking part and fifteen young ladies carrying banners symbolic with the different mysteries of the rosary Solemn vas pets were sung and a sermon de liveiid by Rev Father Dunn on the mysteries of the rosary Just pre ceding benediction which followed the procession entered the church1 and after marching through the aisles grouped around the statue of the Blessed Virgin to assist in the crowning which was done by little I Agnes Finegan who made a pretty picture in the sat of crowning bannergimpressioneby striking ap pearance They were Misses Mary Rose Kelly Annie Nellie andBlrjlle Finegan Katherine Hines Annie1 DalynBlanche Gordon Eliza Hannon Mnbel and Edna Quinlan Susie Mullaney and Margaret Sweeney The net of consecration was recited by little l Alma Faust whose voice could be heard distinctly over the large edi fice RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Ann ONeill widow of the late MichaelONeill took place Thursday morning from St Michaels chUrcKi For years deceased had lived on Shelby street and among her i acquaintances She was held In high esteem For some time her health jI had been poor but until a short time before her death her friends enter tained hope for her recovery John J Zehnder a well known I memIberWest in search of health was stricken when he reached Colorado Springs and sank rapidly the end later Ilis wlfewas 1remains1 funeral took place from St Boniface church After a painful illness borne with great fortitude Mrs Mary Katalinc wife of Frank Katallne nnd mother of Mamie and Prank Kataline Jr died Saturday at St Josephs In firmary mourned by all who knew her Before her marriage she was Miss Mary Gruber and was well known in Catholic circles Her fu neral took place Monday morning and was largely attended The greatest sympathy is felt for Lawrence Dundon and his family who last Saturday suffered the death of a loving wife and affectionate mother Her death occurred at the family home 1722 Pope street and the news came as a shock to her many friends Her funeral took place Monday from St Frances of Rome church In Clifton Rev Father White officiating at the solemn mass of re quiem William Doyle a popular end re Jeffersonvillediedhis mother Mrs Marv Doyle 520 Illinois avenue after an illness of only ten days of typhoid fever Three brothers Michael Ernest and Joseph Doyle and one sister Miss Mary Doyle survive him The funeral took from St Augustines church a large concourse of sorrowing friends following the remains to the ceme tery CEDAR GROVE EXCERCISES A preliminary commencement to the closing of the school session of Cedar Grove Academy was given Wednesday afternoon consisting of vocal and instrumental solos recita tions and two pantomimic farces which were much enjoyed by the largo audience present Among those who took part were Misses Grace Pflanz Dolorose Cottrell Estelle Fossee M J Diehl A Heffer nanA OBrien F Storch L Her mann V Murphy F Webb V Walker Jacqueinln M Lyddan and M ONeill Those who participated showed aptly the careful training they receive from the Sisters of Cedar Grove Academy which still holds Its reputation as one of the best educational institution in the State FIRST MASS J Proctor Knott Brenner son of the late Carl Brenner ordained this week by Right Rev Bishop ODon oghue at St Melnrads Abbey in Spencer county Ind and who will be known Irf religion as Father Henry is In the city visiting his mother and relatives Tomorrow morning at 10 I oclock Father Henry will celebrate his first Mass and bestow his blessing at St Josephs church Webster and Washington streets and the event thefJoined the Benedictine order one of establishedfyearse IJ oc RED HAT 1- t Olnclnnatlans Have Hope Hon ArcbblehoprMoeller Holy Father Made Special Reference to That Energetic Churchman Pope Will Not Aet During the Incumbency of Cardinal Gibbous ARCHBISHOP GLENNON MENTIONED The Enquirers Rome correspond ent cables that the Knights of Co lumbus among them several Cincin natians now touring Europe are en thused over their visit to Rome They were received In audience by the Holy Father whom they presented with a handsome purse Afterward they were accorded a special reception by the Secretary of State Car dinal Merry del Val Three Cincinnati priests Revs F Runnebaum A Drutner and W Hahne were among the number They were glad to see the esteem in which the Archbishop of Cincinnati is held Ip Rome Car dinal Gottl PrefectofthePropaganda one of the highest and most influen tial ecclesiastics in Roirie referred In most glowing terms tothe latters brilliant work In Columbus and Cin clnnatl Pope Plus himself in an audience expressed In no uncertain terms his appreciation of the zeal and administrative ability of Archbishop Moeller as evidenced in his still brief career His Holiness expressed him self as singularly well pleased at the promptness of the American Bishops In carrying out his motu proprio on church music reform He made spe cial reference to the energetic Archbishop of Cincinnati This the correspondent looks upon doesjrecently reagitnted question anent the creation of another American Car dinal Current rumer In Vatican circles has it that despite the well known claims of Archbishops Ire land of St Paul Farley of New York and Ryan of Philadelphia Pope Plus may surprise all and appoint a dark horse Archbishops Mother of Cin cinnati and Glennon of St Louis be lftlg mentioned It is generally con In eccleclastlcal circles that the Pope will not act during the incum bency of Cardinal Gibbons- It was definitely stated on good authority that In the event of Car dinal Gibbons death two red hats would be distributed among the Arch bishops of the United States In that contingency it is reasonable surmise that a prelate from the East and one from the West will be appointed Though the eminent qualities and vast Influence of Archbishop Ireland point favorably toward him still the impression hero caused by his liber alism and socalled Americanism is still evident and militates against him His endeavors In the Spanish American war are also the subject of much comment and a great deal of adverse comment has emanated from the Storer incident Still Archbishop Ireland possesses vast influence and numbers his friends among the highest ecclesias tical circles in Rome His popularity with Presidents McKInley and Roose yelt speaks strongly In his favor The appointment of the Taft Commission and of a Papal Delegate to the United States are noteworthy feathers in his cap It Is said here that with the possible exception of Pennsylvania New York and the New England States most of the States favor Ire land as a candidate for the red hat Among the Italian Cardinals Ram polla seems to have championed his cause Among the great orders the Dominicans are his greatest friends while the Jesuits and Franciscans are SpanishCardinalsState Merry del Val are openly ar rayed against him In view of these facts the mention of Archbishop ImportThelate Archbishop Elder and Archbishop Moellers widely known adminis trative ability together with the lo cation of his diocese of Cincinnati in the great Middle West oom up as great factors in Vie fat eating race for the red hat Cwly anew days ago the Holy Father lhUiOated that he might give Amer c a surprise when It came to the JpAoIntment of the next Cardinal VISITIXO JUS BROTHER Frank JV Guilfoyle o Albany N Y arrive this week for an extended visit with his brother Edward A Guilfoyle the Fourthstreet tailor During the short time he has been here Mr Guilfoyle has become much Impressed with Louisville and our people Prominent in Albany business life he was for two terms Grand Knight in the Knights of Columbus and is now general manager of the immense Doblor brewery interests RECEIVED DIPLOMAS Wednesday night in the presence of an audience that filled Macauleys graduates ceived their diplomas and are now ready to engage iu the practice of law The class officers were Messrs Patrick H Savage Edward A Guil foyle William P McDonogh and Louis P Hall Besides these were such well known young men as Dal EllerkampEugene JoshLawrenceMackeyrick J Welsh all of whom will strive professiontheyShnckelfordMiller inthenGordonLGoldsmithLOCAL WATER FILTER Edward Fitzpatrick Brings Eminent Engineers Here to Inspect The subject of water purification or filtration has been discussed of late in everybody lief that the filter system will never be finished on account of the long delay Mr Edward Fitzpatrick of the Louisville Times who is fa miliar with municipal matters on ac count of his long experience In the City Hall does not share the belief that the filter will be long delayed or that it will be unworkable when com pleted lIe has written an interest ing article for Public Serice a Chi cago municipal publication in which the filter system is minutely de scribed The writer has watched the progress of the work since it has be gun and his description of the filter is said by engineers to be a most comprehensive one Mr Fitzpatrick points out that the apparent long de lay Is more imaginary than real that the filter scheme is an immense one and that Chief Engineer Hermany will be blessed by future generations In Louisville for this great work The filter system was devised by En gineer Hermnny who is the most eminent hydraulic engineer in the United States There is no other filter In this country like the scheme of Mr Hermany and Mr Fitzpatrick contends that when it is in working order that other large cities will be glad to copy from it Engineers from many points are now here look Ing over the system their attention being called to it on account of the article in Public Service It Is ex pected the filter will be in operation some time In August next Louisville will after that time have the best water service in the whole United States Mr Fitzpatrick contends As pure water is the greatest blessing given by Almighty God to man let us hope that his forecast will prove true UNITED IRISH LEAGUE Great National Meeting and DavItt Anniversary To morrow Night The New York Municipal Council of the United Irish League will hold a monster Irish national meeting to morrow night in Carneele Mall to in dorse the action of the Irish Na tionalist convention which met in Dublin last week and commemorate the first anniversary of the death of Michael Davltt Upon all sides this is looked forward to as being one of the greatest demonstrations of loyalty and unfaltering support of Ire land ever held In New York as well ns one of Increasing reverence for her dead hero Michael Davitt When the council heard the last reports the Chairman the committee and speak ers from among the delegates urged the most unceasing efforts among United Irish Leaguers and all friends of Ireland to make the demonstration in this crisis for Ireland one of strik ing magnitude and epochmaking im portanceBrooklyn held an immense meeting last Sunday evening and pave unani mous approval to the finding of the Dublin convention Here a great Fourth of July celebration is being arranged for that will surely be made worthy the League and the cause A BOWLED I1ISI OVER 4 The Falls City Bowling League held their annual election of officers Tuesday evening and elected the fol lowing officers John J Barry Pres ident Rufus Smith Vice President Dennis J Gleeson Secretary J G Minnegorode Treasurer Besides the regular membership of eight teams renewing their franchise tirv eral other teams are desirous of entering The Falls City League is now considered the premier bowling or ganization in this city and will enter their entire membership In the na tional bowling tournament at Cincin nati next year As a fitting recog nition of his services the league presented Treasurer MInnegerode with a handsome gold watch fob representing ten pins and a bowling ball which literally bowled that competent official off his pins and he was hardly able to respond HAPPY DAY FOR MANY Last Sunday wai Indeed a happy day for many people in Louisville occasioned by the large classes that received for the first time the sacra ment of holy communion The class at the Sacred Heart church numbered seventyfour that at the Holy Name In South Louisville twentyfive St Helens twentytwo and St Michaels twentyfiver At each of the churches the pastors celebrated high mass for the communicants and the altars were specially decorated with flowers and brilliantly ilulmlnated At St Patricks the largest class in years received the sacrament of first com munion and confirmation f FIELD MASS For Those Woo Lost Thodr Lives Defending Stars and Stripes Solemn Ceremony Heldou Pa rade Ground of Brooklyn Navy Yard Twentyfive Thousand Persons Kutjel During the Holy Sacrifice IMPRBSS1YB AHD BRILLIANT SCENE More than 15000 soldiers sailors city officials and ontheMarineBarracksSundayunderIn the open field of solemn high mass on behalf of those who lost their lives in the wars of the United States It was the fifth annual celebration of the mass for which a magnificent altar had been erected The cere mony was held under the auspices of Gloucester Naval Camp United States Veterans At least 10000 per sons had been unable to get into the Inclosure many of whom knelt on Flushing avenue The scene in the navy yard was impressive and made picturesque by the bright uniforms of the army and navy and splendid vestments of the clergy At 10 oclock while the bands were playing Onward Christian Soldiers a number of altar boys bearing in their hands golden chalices filled with incense and bells began the processional march to the altar on the southern section of the parade grounds in front of the barracks Clothed in shining golden vestments carrying a cross of gold in his arms and chanting a prayer the 11evPath er Reaney celebrant of the mass and chaplain of the receiving ship Han cock followed by the Rev Fathers John P Chldwick of the illfated battleship Maine William A Olm steadt who was a Brigadier General in the civil war John P Nash rector of the Church of the Sacred Heart Chaplain Deschampes of the Sixty fifth Mount Royal Rifles 01 Montreal and Chaplain McGronen of the Brooklyn Fire Department who acted as deacons and jwbdencoug at the services The First Regiment pftho Uniformed Corps of the Knights of Columbus 500 strong acted as the guard of honor and during the celebration of the mass surrounded the altarAt each corner of the altar were huge white Ionic columns each sur mounted with a golden cross The tabernacle containing the Host was decorated with flowers and palms Around the base of the altar spring blossoms were banked A choir of 150 voices from the various churches in Greater New York under the direction of Prof Albert II Caswell sang the music of IIa dens Imperial Mass For the first time in the his tory Of the field mass representatives of three leading regiments in Canada attended the services attired in full uniform They were drawn up in column formation at the left of the altar with the Naval and Grand Army Posts Sons of Veterans Life Saving Corps of Long Island and the Ancient Order of Hibernians Among the military and civil bodies represented besides the United States Army and Navy were the Sixtyninth Fourteenth and Forty seventh Regiments and Second Naval Battalion N G S N Y First and Second Regiments of Irish Volun teers Fifth Royal Scottish Highland ers of Montreal Royal Irish Fusil Hers of Halifax Sixth and Ninth Regiments of Massachusetts Hebrew Veterans Civil War Confederate Veterans Gloucester Command and Nineteen Camps of Spanish War Veterans Hebrew SpanishAmerican War Veterans Veterans Peking Re Ref Expedition Veterans Russia Japan War G K Warren and Libby Camps Sons of Veterans the Drool lyn Fire Department Knights of Columbus Royal Arcanum Catholic Benevolent Legion Ancient Order Hi bernians Ladles Catholic Benevolent League Daughters of Isabella Companions of the Forest and the United States Volunteer LifeSaving Corps Prominent among those on the grandstand were Rear Admiral Coughlan Major Gen Grant Polled Commissioner Bingham Deputy OKeefe Congressmen Calder Taldo Law and Dunwell Comptroller Mctz Borough Presidents Coler Ahearn and Bermel and Major Gen Roe After the mass although the rain began to fall the soldiers dec orated the graves of 2885 heroes in the national cemetery in Cypress hill FATHER BRADY BETTER C The condition of Rev Francis Brady who has for some time past been seriously ill at Sts Mary afcd Elizabeth Hospital has undergone a favorable change and he Is thought to be Improving Father Brady is the assistant at St Cecilias and the pee pIe there are praying for his speedy recovery and return HOME FROM LONG TRIP Will Daly who for several months has been representing the J M Rob insonNorton Dry Goods Company in the extreme Northwestern States and Indian Territory i will return home tomorrow after a most successful trip a Iit bi == IRIIIH AlfRIO KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN a J voted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PAINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Loul vllle PoitoHIc a Second Ciasa flatter Address all Commaalcitloas to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Weit Oren StI D 4cOUUcIueetL lOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 1 1907 RANKEST BIGOTRY ai 1We find it hard to express in mod terms our digust und Indigo upon reading In the May number StStcrate Register of the Kentucky state Society published in Kinlcforty Ky a stupid but rabid article apparently an editorial on the war now being waged against the Catholic Church by the Socialistic and infidel politicians of France This magazine is Issued under the auspices of the Kentucky State His torlcal Society and contains 1the statement that Mrs Jennie C Morton is the editor that Gen Fayett Hewitt and Capt C C Calhoun are associate editors and that Prof G C Downing the business manager Gov Beckham Is President of theKer tucky State Historical Society Qnd on the Executive Committee are Judge J P Hobson and W W Longmoor Such a magazine if edited with taste and good sense might be of some service to the State but it may do much harm if left to incompetent hands One would imagine that such men as those mentioned above might have sufficient influence over a publication Issued under the name of such a society and with their endorsementto prevent its columns from being used for the printing of a stupid and narrow t minded tirade on a religious top1c having nothing whatever to do withII Kentuckyor Kentucky history With such a specimen of silly nnd provincial bigotry before us whatI fairness or discretion or commonsense can we expect from such n source in the treatment of any his torlcal subject even though it affects only our own State This example shows how unfit half educat and narrowminded men and womci are to write on any subject connected even in the most remote way with religion and how untrustworthy their opinions arc upon either tern porary or historical questions of Qny complexity or importance As long as such a magazine confines itself to quackery and puffery to the sop omoricessays and grandiose gossip of village writersit can do little harm h rFrgr trJal and common lace ih ontrijutlons but when It enters the domain of religion or International politics its halfeducatel scribblers can excite gods and met to laughter or contempt The editors of the Register may well say I have reviewed myself incessantly Nay made a contract wth a kindred spirit For mutual interchange of puffery Gals how we blow each other We publish in another column this contemptible and spiteful article on Pope Pius X and the French clergy We wish our people to know how tin Kentucky State Historical Society is used to allow some halfeducated narrowminded man or silly woman to air religious bigotry Is such n senseless tirade were so published against any Protestant denomination there would be an uproar at oneeiWc call on the officers of the Kentucky State Historical Society to say whether they aprpove or condmnn this debasement of the purpos ol this society Would not the Catholic Church in Kentuckya Catholic lay man or a Catholic priesthave a line chance for justice or fair treatment in such an organ of a hlitorical so cietyIn the first place the writer of this article does not understand at all the nature or merits of the COT troversy going on in France nor the r historical connection between the present status and the status before and after the French Revolution In the second place the writer does not know the wide difference between the relations of Church and State in this Country and the relations of Church and State in France under the ivew law In the third place tha writers half educated flippancy and spiteful provincial bigotry are evi= dent in every line For example the writers speaks of Pius Xi well known by intelligent men to be a good and learned ant eminently practical man of affairs first a pious modest successfu- priest and then a proctl II ancEgyptian Pharaoh mummified un wound and coming to life again in fhB twentieths cettturya living anachronism etc The writer refers to Mgr Montaglnl as the wily wh Italian and says that France has ci caked the papal nose 1 etc that the Pope by his Jesuitical conduct overreached himself etc Is this sort of silly spiteful womanish scribbling worthy of a State Histori cal Society magazine or worthy only Of the Mountain Squealer Is it not more becoming to a rural orator ofmedioere wind and with a smatter- Ing of commonplace information than 1i writer of a historical magazine where a little learning and a little efinement of mind and a little ruthfulness should be expected In he old days when bigotry and cnnt were common enough in nil wrltln m the subject of religion slurs at lie Jesuits were common and popular too but to men of sense Qnd earning now such phrases as Jesuitical conduct and the like al lays betray the bigot and the ass Many learned sensible Protestant many highminded Protestant mIn- Isters and welledited Protestant icwspapers in this country in England and in Germany have sail Tiily that no man who wishes well to Christianity can look with anything but sadness and regret on the eliglous troubles in France that only a bigot or an infidel can be pleased over the course of events here that no man who rightly un lerstands what real religious Uberty Is can be fooled for a moment by the hollow pretense that the present rench Government is trying to es ablish a free church such as we have in America During the French Revolution the lovcrnment confiscated all the property of the Catholic Church Iatei under the Concordat extorted iron he Pope by military force a part of tbe Church property was restored to its iormer owners An immense mount of the property was never restored at all but in lieu thcrcoi the State as a small rate of inter est on the stolen property agreed to pay petty salaries to the clergyII Protestant and Catholic Again theI faithful contributed money to build new churches and pastoral residences hospitals asylums schools and colleges Under the new law all that iroperty the new and the old lIas been confiscated once more nnd nearly a hundred thousand religious men and women some grown old nnd Infirm in the ministry or in nursing he sick or in keeping the poor and he orphans or in teaching the youns lave been turned out of their home like criminals The people that owned the churches are now using them for religious services only by sufferance I1ml thedk ow not how son they will be excluded from irwntogether Does any real Christian rejoice in that Does anybody but a bigot or an infidel who denies Chris and God himself gloat over those men and women who gave up everything for their faith Think of that great army of helpless men and 3omen who stood by the Pope gainst the politician think of that army that have lost all worldly goodi ibut have kept their allegiance iIn spite Of clamor and povertyI Am hlnk how few deserters there were Under the Concordat forced on U1e Pope by Napoleon the Emperor and later the politicians though atheists ad the power to choose the Bishop 4he shepherds of ithe flock Would the Protestants of Kentucky like tc 11ave the politicians of their cities 01 cunties choose their pastors Under the new law of France htle the salaries of the clergy ore one and all the property of the chlurch has been confiscated the- Stllte regulates and dominates the clllrchrInspects and controls its income and expenses regulates the building and decoration of the houses of worship the character of rellgioxts processions and the ringing of bells the amount of money to be raised by the congregation the creation of- Its debt and reserves the right to settle disputes in n congregation etc- etc Would our Protestant people think that made religious worship freeXo true American if well informed and1 a believer In Christianity can look with anything but disgust on- the efforts of the politicians of Frrrincc to muzzle the Church and undermine all religion We wonder ether the rural theologian that after reading a few hurrlejllywrit ten newspaper articles and under i ken to speak so pertly of things yond his or her ken Oils wise per- 90n of the twentieth centuryapp- roves the public speech of Mons Drland the member of the Cabinet in charge of religious worship himself an admitted atheist in which he said We bate hunted Christ out of the schools the hospitals and the firmy- and we will now hunt him out of France The Most Rev Augustin Tbvar Archbishop of Lima Peru paRsed- Into eternity last Saturday morning Under his pious administration the churcl1 prospered and throughout thf country ail denominations mourn his death rJUlt now there are In Borne quite umber of Bishop from the United 5tate and many others prominent In- sr s II 3 ublic life- oupled with the aspirant of andidatc for the Cardinalate someII umors and reports relative re to be discountenanced for they lave no foundation in fact The isits of the Americans are for ar different purpose than trying ito ifluence Vatican appointments Rev M P Hunt our local preacher f A P A fame who delivers pout al sermons on Sunday with the ex tectatlon of seeing his picture in the aper on Monday is a candidate for deutennnt Governor on the Prohlbl ion ticket After all the Democratic nd Republican parties have some hlng to be thankful for but it doe eem hard on the poor struggling rohlbtlon party In the population of New York City here are 789000 persons of Germa arentage 735000 of Irish 250000 of ussian and 228000 of Italian Nearly Llli the larger cities make a propor onato showing for the Irish and what inermans Acting together uence they could wield and how dlf rent would be their treatment at tbe hands of those who are hal ielr number but seem more power ilSince 1870 Italy has steadily in eased in population notwithstand- Ing the enormous number that eml rated therefrom The emIgratIon icstlon presents the gravest prob lem for Italy and also for the Unite tales According to present expec itlons this year the number of eml grants wll reach one million and of these the larger proportion will come to this country Many representative citizens have visited Frankfort and recd ended the appointment ofti Ot81f- 6r nvowler Mayor of this city The rerno would make no mistake itlooting1 7rf 71ty1 wa3 ortby the 1hfchor and pos irises thet confidence any respect o an our citizens rega mess of politl JThe aptetment 0i4udge Carrol to the Cojrtyof Appeals will meet with heart approval throughout the State Blessed with integrity nUll bility of the highest order it iIs everywhere hoped he will continue long in the honorable and responsIble position BANQUET NEXT THURSDAY The members of the Mackin Chora Club will be given a banquet by the council next Thursday night Louis latter will act as toastmaster and spouses to toasts will be made by Messrs Kanston Raidy Fallsl Shelley Clines and Zook as well as by several of the young lady members PEASANT ALUMNAE MEETING The annual reception of the alumnae and the friends of the Sisters of oACademrot IL arfMtryYf East Broadway was lheld Wednesday afternoon and was largely attended From this institution has gone forth many of the best educated women In Kentucky numbers of whom were present at what proved one of the most happy reunions the alumnae has yet held FOURTH DEGREE Eight members of Louisville Coun- cIlI K of C accompanied by a party of about twenty were part of a class ot several hundred that visited In- dIanapolis on Decoration day and received the fourth degree of the order Joseph A MacGowan Master for the Indiana district presided at- thei ceremonies This was one of the biggest K C events that ever took place In u Western State SULLIVANPOWELL- A June wedding of interest to- many in Catholic circles will take place when the rites of matrimony aro solemnized between Miss Mar MSS MARGARET 7 ULLIVAN guertteSulUvanand Gregg B Powell which will take place at St Aloysius church on Wednesday June 19 watt a nuptial mass said by Rev Father OGrady who will also perform the ceremony The bridetobe Is 8 daughter of John J Sullivan of Rubel avenue and is highly esteemed and popular haying won the popu Trintty weeks bazar and festival The groomelect is Superintendent of the Highland car barn tar the CJty Rail way Company and IS8 promising young man of much ability The happy couple will have the best wishes of their numerous friends for a life of continued happiness and prosperity Stuttering men are common but maRlwh fl C whoseTheSOCIETY i cc Miss Sena Muir loft Monday for an two weeks visit with relatives ond a friends in Paris 1 Mrs Clarence H Zook and daughter left Tuesday for a short visit with friends at Mladison Ind 11 Mrs William Krieger expects to S leave soon for Portland Ore whers she will spend the summer11J Mrs H S McNutt is home from I Blanchester Ohio where she spent c several weeks visiting relatives 11 t Miss Catherine Noland Ions been E visiting this week at Pleasure JUdge f the guest of Miss Lily Burnett Mrs Tom Johnson has returned t from n pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Clayburn Wilson at Auburn Mrs Matilda Wathen who was the Il quest of Mrs John McAteer has rc t turned to her home txt Irvington I Mrs M A Myers and children have 1 returned from West Point after a pleasant visit with Mrs GA loBUs 1 The Chrysanthcum Club will give 1 their first dance of the season iot I Fontaine Ferry Park on MndayI evening June 24 Mr D L Graves of Lebanon and tIle venerable father of John CII Graves of this city is seriously ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital I Mrs George Goettel and daughter and sister Miss Virginia Burke of Deer Park have been enjoying a de iightful visit with friends at New Madrid Mo Mrs William T Raftery Park ave uue has had us her guests 1IUsses ida Shields and Catherine Smith both prominent figures in Bardstov society circles Miss Ann OKeefe is out again atter everal days Illness and Is able to fesume hoer duties as stenographer Llth the LIeber Lincoln law fIrm yhere he is employed r Misses Beta and Rosselle OShnugh nesscy alM Messrs William and Eugene OShaugnessey of Newport have made arrangements for a Euro pean tour They will sail this month Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Myra Pearce and Frank Snead which will be solemnized on Saturuny June 15 at the Sacred Heart Retreat rectory on ithe Newburg road Mr Dennis J Gleeson will leave uestlay for New York and other Eastern points on a business trip ffor the J M RobinsonNorton Company with which firm lie is manager of the jewelry department Mr Michael Finegan and daugMeri Hiss Minnie are visiting louse Mlssas the uests of M ind Mrs Peter Jennings who ore well known here Mrs Jennings 1 be ing a daughter of Mr Finegan James E Haney a conductor on thett- Q and C and Miss Viola Jones a etalbg hjejL af PollcelIlol Sllahan t vV1V ay morning ih St J in Lud low Rcv Thoma flcfatiag j A most enjo able evening vls pent by the GpgiWill Social Club at tile home of Miss Agnes Nevils 2022 West Marketreet The char ng young hostess entertained nt ochre and hanlsome favors were awarded Mr and Mrs Heijry W Meyers an ounce the engagement of their laughter Lydia AJhrlstiana to August F Theislng t of Paducah The wedding will take Wednesday morn- Ing June 12 at 8oclock in St Bon face church Four well known and popular members of the local poJlc6 force James O Mara nthonYt Connelly Patrick Tully and James Welsh who have been off duty because of illness nre reported as much improved and aU will soon be return to their posts abljto Mrs Winifred raltyi the esteemed fife of Patrolman Thomas Nalty who has been crltjcally ill for several weeks at the family residence 338 Nineteenth streejwas reported iomewhat improved on Wednesday and her friends again feel hopeful for her recovery i Tuesday morning a wedding in which a large number of friends wer Interested was solemnized at St An honys church inlJeffersonvllle the retracting parties being James OCNeill and MlsslMary Berbet wet known young people who reside in the western partof the city 1Miss Rita Keancy ot 1213 Morton venue who was stricken while re itrnlng from church and fell uncon clous on the street has entlrel covered and is able to be out agnl- nShets an attractive and populai oung lady and for a time tier friends were alarmed over her condi tlon I Coleman G V iss of this city nd- Mln Caroline R hmannot New AI- bany were united In marriage in the esence of many friends and rela ves Wednesday morning at st arys church Rev Father Weiss O t Louisville Uncle of the groom wall- the celebrant of thi nuptial mass and performed the cerimony Miss Julia Hesslon an attractive and popular West End girl will leave tomorrow for Chicago to be the maid of honor at the marriage of her cousin Miss Josephine Watson next Tuesday After jgpendlng the week in Chicago Miss Resslon will visit the mestowiv Exposition returning homie the latter As irt of the month The marriage ot Miss Ella OCon- ltell td Sir Henry S Rummage an uncement of Which was made in a prev10ufl sine aw il take place next Tuesday Rev Father OSulllvan per tormhig the ceremony After a short bridal tour theyJ vlll bejrin house- ilag and thety many frienSs wish them onelong i niiBualhoneyraoom r i cistt it ft1 0- J 0 marriage of Miss Mary Agnes Jurke of New Albany and Arthur onahue of Jeffersonville took plnee j Vednesday morning at Holy Trinity hurch in New Albany Rev Father lurran being the officiating clergy nan Both young people are popular nd a large number of their friends were present to witness the ceremony nd offer congratulations A wedding of much interest will be itncssed next Wednesday tnornlng t St Pauls church when lIenry illlman will lead to the altar Mis Catllda Akers Their marriage will e solemnized with a nuptial massI with Rev Thomas York offlelatlnfi loth are well known and have a wide Ilcle of friends here who will rt ret to learn that after the ceremony he bride and groom will leave tor St Louis and make that city their uture home- Invitations have been issued for he marriage of Miss Frances C llary and Karl A Hollenbach which ill take place with a nuptial mass at the Cathedral on Thursday morn ig at 0 oclock The brideelect is he daughter of Mr T Clary and Is an accomplished young woman an popular In a wide circle Mr none bach is associated in business with his uncle August Hollenbach the wine merchant and is one of the best known young men In the city After Ule ceremony the pair will leave for an extended tour of the Eastern cities In the presence of a large assembly of friends and relatives Miss Mar ruch and John Krekel the popular oung West End druggist were unit 1 In the holy bonds of matrimony on Tednesday with a nuptial mass at the Church of the Immaculate Con option The bride and maid Miss Nora Brooch of Portsmouth Ohio ere handsomely attired Messrs Louis Saycr Edward McFarland Edward Probst and William Bruch acts as ushers After the wedding feast that followed the ceremony the ouple Jleft for an extended bridal trip tlItPl after June 15 they will heat he q If frienda at 1932 West arkltreeet RNKflTS OP OOLIIPIIS- M I V Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Councils are being organized and ill soon be ready for institution u at reston and Dunlap Iowa Milwaukee Council will initiate n class of sixty candidates into the hree degrees on Sunday June 9 Iowa Ions now twentyeight councils with a total membership of 5043 an increase of 1003 In the last year Three Philadelphia councils met last Sunday morning and proceedei to St James church where they re elved holy communion In a body Conception Council of Jersey Cit wHI give Florences comedy The lighty Dollar the first three night next week for which great prepare ion has been made Memphis Council will soon have an initiation when all three degrees HI- be conferred Tomorrow the memo bers will receive holy communion in bodyt+ ttcAr4riki hurobnr rSsiemorlalf day was observed in Mil raukee by Pere Marquette Council The graves of deceased members rere decorated and In the evening eXercises in commemoration were held Congressman Powers delivering the address The council at Lowell Mass hud on elaborate ladles night las Wednesday Prof Thomas Lawler originator of the movement which atabllshed the Knights chair at the Catholic University and the author pf- two histories of America lectured on JapanThe project to raise 40000 with which to acquire property upon which to locate hall and club rooms att Portland Orels meeting with en uisiastlc support Bonds will be issued 20000 having already been subscribed for and the members expect to be in their own quarters before thet year closes DELEGATES The Falls City branch of the National Association of Letter Carriers honored three worthy members Louis Borntrager Charles Carrithers LOUIS BORNTRAEGER I and William Davis who were elect at the regular monthly meeting W represent the Louisville body at the letter carriers national convention tc be held at Canton Ohio Septembe 2to 7 For some years the loci branch has been regarded aa one of the most progressive in the nations l body and Its reputation will beaus tamed by the three named above A the same meeting John Emmons of this city was named oy the delegate to the Kentucky State Association convention which met Thursday at the White City as their nominee for delegate from the State at large The State convention is in every way sat Isfactory1 and the delegates will lean ifpr their homes pleated with thE ireatnent received from their Louis villa brethren H it Mackin Council Choral Club I BY REQUKST REPEATStt l THE DREAMERS l j j A MUSICAL NOVELTY IN TWO ACTS AT THE Mary Anderson Theatres TUESDAY NIGHT JUNE 4 tm tl Prices 25 50 75 100SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICEJI nl JI 1 ffiiiiifiiiziiiimiiTiirr + GREENWOOD AVENUE AND OHIO FREE BAND CONCERTS NEXT WJDJDG 30 Special RIVERIICUEVAIRIER OAROItJIO Broadway AND ms OONOJSRT DAND ADMISSION H0 s00+ NN NNNN 00+ NINAWEB PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS Improved and beautified and with every modern attraction including restaurant theater dancing pavilion roller coaster merrygoround laughing gallery and many other novelties Societies and churches will find this the ideal place to hold their summer outings PARK ErjECTRIOALIZ1 ILLUMINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street I SPECIAL SALEI II OF 1BROCKUNIONMADE GoodsFor 1250 Heres your chance Union Men to get the best bargain of the season in a Suit of clothes from the union tailor shops of HenryJ Brock Co LEVYSTHIRD FOR FurnitureOf the lowest prices iiat Go to WM F MAYER i 419 w MARKET STREET T CONFIRMS TOMORROW Tomorrow will be a busy day tor- our venerable Bishop the Right Rev WJtllam George McCloskey Begin nlngat 8 oclock in the morning he 111 administer the sacrament of con rmatlon at St Vincent do Pauls nd In the afternoon at 3 oclock a lass will receive the sacrament from his hands at St Elizabeths In the iventng at 730 at St Augustines hurch for colored people Bishop Slc lioskey will confirm a class that has been prepared by Father Felten where his visitation is awaited with lore than ordinary Interest Thursday the Bishop confirmed two classes Iii Davies county and bestowed the veU upon severall at Mount St osephs Academy + l PRIESTS SILVER JUBILEE The Rev father Augustine Pecks amp the popular and zealous rector ot St Marys Catholic church of anesvllle eat of Corydon tnd will eleb ate the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood on Tu day Tune 4 A number of wide jcnown priests will bp present and services will be held In the churoh IIJIi iJJ I I III T J i I i Ii I iFONTAINE FERRY PARKTUB PARK BEAUTIFUL A HighClass Family Resort Equipped With UptoDate Devices or Amusement Catering to Women and Children Especially WEEK OF JUNE 2 HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE UskyRolfe Quintette 8 Bedoutu Arabs 9 Dorothy Kenton Fox DuDall Shields fi Rog ers and the Kluodrome CYTPAf more week Hawaiian Sere LA I tin IlOneI accompanied by Cook Mil itary Band 2Pree Concerts Dally 2 IDEAL ROLLER RINK Daily Sessions 380 and 8 p m ADMISSION TO PARK FREE PHOENIX HILL MlOpen For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR 00ICr Socialsl n I CS rI Outingst y This beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing 1 contracts LOUISVILLE MAIN ST HOTEL Bet6tb k 7U Strictly Pint Ciau Doth Plans Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and recepf ti oils ROSSPARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owner and Proprietors numb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICECREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST H It H It H C B THOMPSON ELOJITOSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 82 Fourth Avenm 281 W JiRirunSI- Uotk Tltph M 10SO All orders receive prompt attention adI- IIItIfactioaparallt I RIVATE HOSPITALtFOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sitters of Mercy of Jeffcrsonvllle id a r bospltaltieilleptlc patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reai= onable For further particulars apply to IOTHBR MARYREQINA HBRCY HOSPITAL Srb ATe Jtlteri iTlll IM1 St Marys church Is ono of the finest llflcea in Southern Indiana and has large membership lr N ft I e 0 c flIITT1J1I iT I YCNTUOXY IRISH TQ NT m in i ii MI mi i ii iiiv J S TRACY L H sTRAuB MOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Ca STREETShort iliranSmiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 r J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street H + H ++ H + It I t H + D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers- Both ji Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Nlghl 1231 WEST MARKET STREET JIIII I I I Cumb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1- 913wIEIiMANN BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BYISENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 45ZI40UxsVxrLn KY THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers IKATIE AGNeSSMITH- I DY ElVIBALiyiER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phones HERRMANN BRO IUPOnrsRS = PINE WINES AflP LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era fri Finest Brands if Zen tacky Whlald are PEARL OP NELSON EOTTLgD IN AND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street J 1 fINES LIQUORS CIAIS r VALS SALOONVAL 0 r f Met Luck every Hwralag frat141D teU lOotilei iItW QRWTi01ttSt s + wbte h + tib M rl+ lA- M a o 1 JUNEIs WEDDING INVITATIONSSee and prices- KENTUCKY IRISH- AMERICAN 335337 West Green Street None ftmt 946 r MANHATTANSA AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 50 WV JEFFERSON ST OTTO E TENT VrtfffcUr Old mad Rare VhIsTdes a Specialty BLUEGRASS FICHAIGE LOUISI mm cof JfffrnitirsI 339 FIFTH STREET 11tM +++f4 ++ H + b + H i- IIIII tl NW LOUISVILLE JUCKY CLUB Spring Meeting l r r 30 DAYS RACING MAY 6 TO JUNE 8ILouisville Steeplechase and Gentlemens Cup Race Today SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M u n REDMOND Says Strength and Cohesion of Irish Party Has Been Secured First Time In History Ireland Put Veto on a British Bill Action Taken Will Net Delay Home Rule a Single Hour DEVOLUTION GOES BY TilE BOARD For the first time In history sold John Redmond last Saturday- in Dublin in talking of the recent Irish National convention there the decision of a convention of National- Ists has decided the fate of a Govern ment bill at Westminster It was a noteworthy incident Ireland won at least a veto on British legislation- to which sho objects and from beI- ng a negative to being a positive in luence is but a step The devolution Idea has gone by the board the In luenco of the Roseberyite group in he Cabinet has been killed and tho strength and cohesion of the Irish party has been secured It is my conviction that tho contentions action will not delay home rule a single hour A powerful and Irlendly government tried to embody the devolution idea in the bill failed md no future government will renew the attempt I anticipate that the present Parliament will be dissolved lose to 1908 to enable the Govern neat to appeal to the country against he House of Lords Tho Liberal par ys Irish programme must then be home rule Had the convention ac f Lords and devolution would have epted the devolution bill It would have been rejected in the House of Lords and devolution would have re named the high water mark of Liberal policy not merely in the present 2arllamontr but In tho next Division of the party has been avoided The bill might have been sarrled In the Commons but only y a majority and however large that najority dissension and the rupture If the movement and of the party would have followed Now on the ontrary I look for a great rally to he Nationalist opinion and a consoli latlon of the movement Relations with the Liberals will not necessarily te ruptured Immediately I expect he Government to proceed forth with with the evicted tenants bill ind probably with the National University bill An overwhelming majority of the members of the Cabinet and the Lib srals disapproved the limitations of the Irish Council bill Imposed by the toseberyltes The latter threatened- to resign and their resignation might lave broken the Government One effect of the Irish action will be to kill finally the influence of tho Rose erlte group The immediate effect in Ireland is a certain amount of irritation while Irish voters in blelectlons in England ivlll refuse to vote for Liberals unless they are out and out for home rule There is a possibility of a deal of trouble in the West of Ireland not di rectly due to disappointment at the council bill but from the delay in ilon in dealing shrdl hrdl shr drdl action by the Lord Dudley Commis sion in dealing with the congested districts in Ireland Premier CampbellBannerman an nounced Monday in the House of Commons that the Government Is not ready to divulge its programme and tho questions relating to the Irish bill were postponed for Iweek SEVENTEEN ORDiUNED Seventen deacons were raised to the holy priesthood last Saturday morning In St Patrick Cathedrall New York City Archbishop Farley presiding Eleven were from St Josephs Seminary at Dunwoodle the other slxof the Paullst order from the Catholic University in Washing ton which is affiliated with the New York diocese In addition to thoso raised to the priesthood twentytwo young men were advanced from sub deacon to deaconshlp The sanctu ary of the Cathedral was filled during the ceremony which lasted three hours by friends and relatives of the young priests DANGEROUS CONDITION Father James Hayes of Liverpool who was last September appointed lan Assistant General of the Congrega tion of the Society of Jeeps for the AngloSaxons is suffering from an attack of diabetes and ulceration of the stomach and is ina dangerous condition In Rome His post is now ocupled by the Rev Rudolph Meyer of St Louis- MONSIGNOR RIORDAN RECOVER ING Monsignor Rlordan rector of the Irjsh College In Rome Is rapidly re covering from his reeent severe ill nese MoBBlgnqr Rlordan and M- onA signor Kennedy of the American College now home from a visit in Phila delphia are two of the most popular and widely known rectors In the Eternal l City HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekUeneral- News Notes The Milwaukee degree team will initiate n large class at Kenosha next weekTwentynine candidates recelcd the degrees at the last meeting of Division 1 at Racine Wis The members of Division 1 of Mem phis received holy communion in a body last Sunday at St Brlgids churchrLast Monday night the Ladies Auxiliary of Milwaukee held an open meeting which was addressed by Prof Rohan of Marquette College Our Paris Ladles Auxiliary gave the most enjoyable and successful euchre last week that has ever been held therb The hall was throngedund many handsome prizes were awarded Many have requested that another be givenMrs P J Sheridan State President of the auxiliary in New Hampshire visited Portsmouth recently and organized a splendid division She made a house to house canvas seventyfive ladles paying their initiation fee and many more pledging themselves to become members at the next meeting When the Ladies Auxiliary of Wor cester Mass celebrated its fifth anniversary In the Hibernian building the hall was decorated in the colors of the auxiliary and the young women wore white In front of the Presidents desk was a small table on which was the anniversary caks a wedding concert embellished with five red candelabra which were lighted when the entertainment be gan Owing lo the increase in numbers in Milwaukee the Hibernians have moved to the Alhambra Theater and have a hall with the Knights of Columbus Sixty members have been received into the division since January and It now numbers 450 Sixty candidates arc waiting initiation on June 19 which will bring the total membership Ucd OO An effort will be mndfe t Jncai erahis to 050 before earIRELAND Record of the Host Important ef the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Owing to recent moonlighting out rages in Kerry extra police have been stationed at Brosna The Consecration of Bishop Boylan took place In the Cathedral at Cavan Cardinal Logue performing the cere mony Delegations were present from Limerick Belfast and other places expresisng the fervent wish that the Bishop of Klltnore might be long spared to discharge the duties of his sacred office Beneath the ruins of the magnifi cent Holycross abbey a historic and pleasing function took place being the celebration of the diamond sacer dotal jubilee of the Rev John OBrien pastor of the churches at lIol cross and Ball cahtl1 TIpperary In his time Father OBrien has known four Archbishops and In connection with OConnells repeal agitation he took a manly and active part and was also prominently identified In the movement for tenant right and independent opposition From the inception of the home rule movement he was foremost In the ranks of the followers of Butte and Parnell and has followed the national cause with remarkablevigorweight of years the diocesan patri arch is still actively engaged In the discharge of his parochial duties and appears hale and hearty HAPPY nAY FOR THE YOUNG Next Tuesday In the handsome church of St Philip Nerl Floyd and Woodbine the Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey will administer the sacra meat of confirmation to a nice class of boys and girls who have been carefully prepared by Rev Father Ackerman They are looking for ward to the happy day with pleasant anticipation NEXT WEDNESDAY INSTEAD The musicale which was to have been given by local council 390 of the Knights of Columbus last Wednesday will take place next Wednes day evening Juno 5 This affair will be given for the Knights their wives and lady friends and the entertain ment committee promises that on account of the additional time they have had they will submit a pro gramme par excellence SAVES PLANTS Upon house plants put your hus banfdB cigar ashes and now and then the cut upstubsOfclgars The tsnItYrwl f be troubled1 ftltbI 1AsQetstul k j rN i Jj r lJ r BLESS PEACE But Declares Just Cornea Awakens Spirit of Self Sacrifice S i Archbishop Irelands Notable Sermon Delivered y Sundayt Giving Ones Life For Country the Highest Mark of Virtue LABOR THAT WAR BE UNNECESSARY Archbishop John Ireland In a lie morial day sermon preached at the Cathedral In St Paul last Sunday to members of the Grand Army of the Republic of which he is the National Chaplain and officers and enlisted men from Fort Snolling glorified a just war and took the ground that nothing will so bring home to the people a sense of righteousness and awaken in them the spirit of disinterested selfsacrlflco so necessary to the life of a great and highminded nation The Arch bishop said In part The highest mark of virtue is the giving of ones life The embodiment of patriotism is in those who are soldiers of their country over saying to Itcountry speak and I am ready even unto death Hence the honor which we owe to country and to the countrys flag is due to the men who are by special mission the guard ians of the flag whoso work everyday is a work of supreme devotion whose hearts blood is ever ready to flow rather than to allow dis honor or defeat to rest upon the flag of their country We can not dis associate tie soldier from the flag as we can not disassociate the flag from the soldierAmerica needs its soldiers Much is said of universal peace of methods of arbitration by which peace shall be secured without recourse to the sword We bless peace we pray for its coming Peace is ever the ideal but will the ideal ever come until we have crossed the threshold of the kingdom of the skies 1 No doubht we should work for universal peace holding up ever before our minds the ideal we must labor so that war be not neccessary so that when war does come it be in forms least cruel Let us culti vate among nations love for one another so that war shall never be declared by one against another un less there is absolute necessity so that when on the battleleld the sol diers of one army meet the soldiers of another whether that other be his captor or his captive ho will still saywe are brothers Terrible is war fearful is the battle yet when the battle reechoes righteousness when its purpose is holy and noble the battle is sublime Nothing more grand more magnificent than the advance of tens of thousands of men bearing their very lives in their hands in defense of a just and noble cause In that moment they are lifted far above the cold inspirations of earth they ascend in the nobility of their sacrcfice to the Very skies A battle for justice is a high lesson to the whole people that there is something more worthy of love more worthy of life than gold and silver than counting houses and ships of commerce It evokes into ac tion that most beauteous of virtues it freshens and strengthens the whole spiritual life of a nation May war seldom come may the need of war seldom confront the country but withal we are permitted to ask what so well as a just war will bring home to the whole people the sense of righteousness and awaken in them the spirit of disinterested selfsacri fice so necessary to the life of a great and highminded nation NEEDS ASSISTANCE The ladles of St Aloyslus church at Peweo Valley are arranging to give an ice cream supper and summer out- Ing on Wednesday June 24 for which tickets will be twentyfive cents and entitle the purchaser toI supper or ice cream The Louisville and Eastern railroad runs to and from Pewee Valley every thirty min utes and a good atendance is expected from this city as Rev Father Edward Boes the pastor has a great many friends here who are desirous of aiding him in his struggling parish LARGE CLASS The Ladles Auxiliary of the A 0 H will hold their regular meeting next Wednesday evening at Robin sons Hall Seventeenth and Main streets and about 00 candidates will be given the hir J and fourth de grees as there are a great many members who have never received the entire four degrees State President chargeofOld newspapers make excellent packingt paper In vMcli fa jpuithinff w J Iranwwt BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JNOORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE JIY PABST BEERA- LWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELmPHp1 IOWO Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASS FO-RjDI1ELNsFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTELCOiNCOrtvort- arnoBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY All the new Spring styles end shapes can be found here at reasonable prices TOG SUNDAYS 8 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANTG- ood Dental work done for- thl least money Oar Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do Just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUGHMAN DiMist 551t FOURTH AVENUE op JIG C Lewg Co PETER M INDRIOT J SONS WAGON MANUfA6JIJRfR- 8iijrirt It R riKTkta III lej ANB2Q7rWttST WEEN aTIEETL lln otoragea priBUilncl1t 4 ArV i 11J u moneylorthe belt quality that It can buy There iIs as much difference In wall plaster as there IIs in anything else Any dealer will tell you that Diamond Wall Plaster is the kind you ought to useKentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonvllle Ind Phone Mbe HENRY MOLDDIAL R IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FI ROOMINOld Whittles a Specialty Hose PltnlO 4338540 W WALNUT r BBtAHL S DYER AND CL- LdJssand Gluts Wearing WpM rsl 3 W6RIC8UARANTEED- pfaooo i 4u 521 Fifth Street dire yew Ilya prepaytleee fRXAVIEI R SfCqLLEJiEr 1WB r o I I t- i1 dic8ed by theXavedaa bera Clascal wln Cee n Dr- a iE + d1 eeedeale8ro Ja ea 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Griffin rector of Holy Trinity church Sew Albany has been transferred by Bishop Chatard to St Limons church Washington Daviess county Father Halpln of Indianapolis will succeed Father Griffin The transfer of Father Griffin is said to be in the nature of promotion though he goes to a smaller city St Limons Is one of the largest congregations in South ern Indiana General regret is ex pressed In New Albany that Father Griffin is to be transferred During his stay in that city he has endeared I himself to all the the members oi his congregation and to many outj side of the church He is a young clergyman of great promise and should he retain his health he is des tined to be one of the leading Cath olic clergymen of the diocese of Indi anapolis Father Griffin will leave for his new field of labor some time next week Father Curran rector ol Holy Trinity has had an able and energetic and scholarly assistant in the person of Father Griffin and of course he regrets to lose him but a spriest like ft soldier bas to move when his Bishop so directs MACKIN COUNCIL Will Repeat Its Operatic Success Next Tuesday Night The Dreamers in which the Mackin Council Choral Club last week made a phenomenal hit will be given again at the Mary Anderson Theater next ruesday night with the same superb cast and chorus So numerous were the requests for a repetition that the Choral Club thought the above action almost nec essary The performances given last week proved such a big success that on the second night standing room was sold and even then many people were turned away The Dreamers has been pronounced by those who saw it to be one of the best amateur productions ever presented in our city Aulyn Kanston and the com pany have been holding rehearsals every night this week and they ex pect the repetition to excel the splendid performances already given ANTIQUITY OF AMUSEMENTS The Romans and ancient Greeks bestowed the highest products of skill and art upon their places of amusement Their most beautiful temples were devoted to mirth and pleasure While the larger cities of the United States have made somo progress along this line none of them are now ahead of Louisville The erection of White City with its half at hundred exclusive features in full operation was a stride that overtook the leaders and today it is in front rank as an amusement center Tile oration the construction and group Ing possess decided advantages and the quality and quantity of merrl nent and mirth are more to the pleas ure and profit of the patron than cane computed by comparison The equipment comprises new and novel Ideas In the amusement line though there may be some whose principles and practice were known and Indulged by the Romans Their revival however makes them an Innovation to this day and hour of the worlfl But whats the odds so longs youre happy What matter It how your ancient progenitors amused themselves If you find enjoyment in what is provided In the uptodate features at Louisvilles White City FINE PICXIO PARK The Messrs Summers owners of NJnawebPark just at the entrance to Jacob Park ip another column nnounce their place open for church and society and high class outings Well shaded paous and greatly mprpred andeasy of aecethosecontemplating summer outings will ind this an ideal spot The Hiber lians wiji hold their annual celebra ipni tbere put month and there is- o doubt but that many others yffli chows J l SOCIETY DIRECTORY litA O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kllkell Recording Secretary Thoma Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusicl Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finega- nSer8eantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial SecretaryJohn T Sear jey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings at Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary Jolm Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SergeentatagnsThomas Noon I 1 + DIVISION 4 Meets on theS6cond and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President = Joseph p McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl Nott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke OSulliFinancialvan 1520 Seventh street Treasurer Joseph L Lenihan gergcant a Arms Robert Mitchelll Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President Louis Constan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary J E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y 3Vt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken iey i Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanII Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Warns 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshallJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphnb Andriot Outside Sentinel G rge Bartsch WINS MORE HONORS A large and appreciative ifjidlence heard an interesting and instructive ebate at Mackin club house Tuesday night The subject included the hree branches of government legislative judicial and Mackin ontended for the first and Satolil ouncil for the second Trinity not being represented Attorney Robert T Burke and Charles I Cate spoke for Mackin and were declared the winners this being their second vie wy OLD DUTCH OPENING Fred Struck proprietor of Strucks Cafe is issuing invitations for the ipening of an Old Dutch in connection with his cafe the opening to take place next Monday and the rc cption hours from 10 a m to 1 p rir Ir Struck claims to have the finest inIItesEtfCHRE AND PICNIC Tuesday afternoon and night a euchre and picnic will be given at hoenlx Still Park for the benefit of he new Holy Trinity church at Ken- tuckY aniljDupuy1 streets Games twill- s nailed at 230 I and 8 oclock and n all who attend there will be much t jrienjoyablejri Our Can dies are pure and PricesOIl that The Griffin assistant MACKIN executive ONLY SIX DAYS sLouisville Jockey Club Meet- Ing Will Close Next Saturday This afternoon will end the flitweek of the Louisville Jockey Club spring meeting at Churchill Downs leaving but six days more of tht sport Up to the present there has been the best attendance breaking all former records which shows that the people appreciate the racing fur nlshed The sport has been abovi any suspicion and it is conceded that the best and fastest horses Cer quartered in the West hove been and purseshungevents are to be decided in whir there is the greatest interest tin Louisville steeplechase and Gentle mens cup both for three earo1t1s and upward and for which excellent fields are carded Another big ever will be the Frank Fehr stakes for Wednesday for which there will bc a battle royal between those horse that have not yet captured any of tin big stakes The Kentucky Oaks a prize that is tear to the owners of three year old fillies will be run next Saturday when the meeting will end Each day there will be sb races and some of the most excitinp flhlSncs of the as5fnnay be 16oket for ns horses of more than ordinarj merit are yet to come ANNUAL OUTING rI Trinity Council Has Secured the White City For June 17 Trinity Council Y M I has secured the White City for its annual outing which will take place on Mon day June 17 and the members expect to make this the occasion for a rec ordbreaking crowd Many special at tractions will be prepared for the amusement of the ladles and children and the band concerts in the afternoon and evening will be some thing of a treat for all who attend Members and their friends will go down after dinner in special ears which will run on theWalnut and Broadway lines to accommodate the crowds Dancing will be one of the features and young people are forming a number of parties to grace the occasion OutoMown councils are going to have excursions to the White City and it will surely be a representative Y M I affair The proceeds will be devoted to the new club house building fund FONTAINE FERRY POPULAR There was rain and cool wehther plenty during the week but it ailed to affect the enthusiasm of the eekers after outdoor amusement and Fontaine Ferry Park recorded ft good attendance dally The Ferry oiler rink declared by many skat- Ing enthusiasts to be the best in the city continues In popularity and lany clubs have asked for dates for skating parties As usual there will be a complete change In the vaude vllle programme at Hopkins Pa ilion for the week beginning to sorrow afternoon and judging from the bookings announced another excellent bill is in sight The Royal lawailan Serenaders extra free attraction in the garden will enter on their third and last week at the parkas soloists in the band concerts given very afternoon and evening by looks Military Band Bandmaster Cook has won B place In the hearts off the Ferry patrons by the arranging and tendering of such excel em musical programmes The theater turns are declared to be the most rtistlc offerings ever seen In vaude YUle MEMPHIS The one council of the Young Mens Institute that at Memphis Is reported as making nice progress under the administration of President- eorge Lawo Meetings are well at ended and interesting and new members are being secured The council xpecis to have at big time at Edge rood Park on June 12 and the Sun tIledayected to approach holy communion OOt+ lNN NN + JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKCTZSJRJ6CT J I F IUf i I I IICarpetsf Rugs i Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES J BEST TERMS Homes Furnished Complete j I Now 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 qualityfrom I alwaysfound marks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless the 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 f satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in 1 the most substantial manner finish and design perfect NINNNNNNN N NM NONNNNiNNN NNNO I 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 other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made iour 1007 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND I IHM MJ Ho By reason of being out of the high rant district we are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each 1 1 pair of shoes you buy 1l 400 Values for 300 350 Values for 250 S V- Haager Shoe Store j 307 WEST JEFFERSON Ir 000ooooOOJ FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display of Handsome Silverware BftUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager UBADQUARrBRS F oxt Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all first claa market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY Albert Tn Schranz Co REAL ESTATEI- N ALL ITS BRANCHES 1IONEY TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Roam II1 Law Bldg Cantor and Green THE ONJ- LYSHOE POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH r FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forger SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered J Bot asaeOffice 1181 Y Broadway FOROEl13415SEYEIVTH ST ttHXHtttDtltJHHt j rixs An I s to 3s wc aale- f LJLKOhBf 1 145 West Green Street I TLTQ1 i0IRL H 1n 1i eE tfbe a IS jlUU lIt UJJJ c= 1