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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME INO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 8 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS IRELAND Must PutVigor and Ear ettuelllI Behind Its Demand to Succeed C Basis on Which Nationalists I Will Call Truce and Arrange Peace Dublin Convention Voiced the Popular Opinion of United Country DEYOLUTION HAS BEEN SCOTCHED The Dundallc Democrate one of the foremost Nationalist papers in Ireland always fearless but conservative thus summarizes the situation and the results expected from the Dublin conventionThe convention has done more than rejectand kill the Irish council bill It has reasserted the Irish demand for home rule and scotched the devolution snake It has asserted the independence of the Irish Parliamentary party repudi ned the idea of on alliance between the party and the Liberals and sent forth a demand that as the price of cooperation in Parliamentary work the Liberals must return to the Irish policy of Gladstone Furthermore it has put the National policy back on the old plane of Parnell infused a new spirit into Irish politics and checked the dry rot that had begun to set in since prominent Irish poll ticians trifled with devolution ideas and which would without doubt have continued its mischievous work J at an accelerated rate had we got a council with a highsounding name and no real power or authority to grapple with Irish National problems The decision unanimously arrived at by the convention would we think have been its decision even had the bill found advocates or apologists as it was suggested it would amongst the Parliamentary party The spirit of the country was t1u roughly aroused and the people exam ining and weighing the bill for them selves and forecasting its effects if passed into law had made up their mTnaVftf liUVeTf6ne af it For a week or more prominent politicians all over the country had pronounced ad versely and public bodies while leav ing to the convention the decision and expressed the general opinion of the radical defects of the measure There is hardly a doubt that even had the bill received a benison from any influential quarter the conven tion would by an overwhelming majority have rejected it But when the delegates entered the hall and found in the forefront of the agenda John Redmonds motion to reject the bill the question was settled for good and all The stalwart and conscientious opponents of the bill rejoiced to find that their leader was with them as vigorous an opponent of the measure as themselves The moderates who would have voted for accepting the measure if Red mond and the party advised that course found in the Chairmans resolution convincing arguments in favor of its rejection Some idea of the strength of Irish national sentiment on the subject was obtained by those present when the resolution was put and declared carried unanimously amidst a scene of unparalleled en thusiasm a tremendous outburst of feeling that until that moment had been repressed and mastered With out doubt that scene reflected popu lar sentiment in the country and the delegates but voiced the opinion of Nationalist Ireland The bill Is dead The Liberals have no inducement to proceed with it in face of the determined opposition of the Irish party and the hardly less eonitejmptuous disdain of many of r their own Radical followers The Liberals have been told in unmls takeable llanguage vfiat Ireland wonts the Irreducible minimum the only basis on which Nationalist Ireland will call a truce and arrange a peace Judging by the tone of the English Liberal press as a whole there Is no likelihood of the present t Cabinet bringing in a better bill i the life of the present Parliament They have no mandate from the Andcountrythey are afraid of the House of Lords We shall have to do without our Irish council in any shape or form until we get rid of the WhigsJ a who unhappily at present enjoy on influence ln the MberaIRadical party at Westminster out of nil proportion to their numbers or their abilities We shall hove to be content with such articles of minor legislation asI we can secure a university bill an amending land act and such mat t ters minor measures but possibl- of more importance to Ireland tha the creation of a useless impotent unrepresentative council crippledi from its birth and effective only a- i s an agent for drawing popular atten lion away from the pursuit of the real remedy for Irish grievances l There is one lesson to be hearne from this council bill and that is that we need not rely on friendly British politklansdor the attain ment of our hopes as a nation andI that we must put vigor and earnest- pees behind our demand it ire are to succeed The Democrat urges trying1 a more a n t vigorous more determined tion of Parnells policy Parnell his first measure of land refo from the Westminster Parliament because he had at his back a deter mined people in a mood but little re moved from potential rebellion We must show our friends tho enemy that wo are in earnest when we de mand home rule and we must make the task of governing Ireland from Westminster and Dublin Castle a lit tIe more dlflcult than it has been latterly Our representatives in Parliament must show a determined front to the Cabinet from which the miserable bill rejected on Tuesday last emanated They at Westminster and we at home must put up the bar ricades again and if we can not win the respect and fear of Britain as the Boers did in the open field wo must at least harass the enemy by every legitimate means in our power and renounce the thankless role of beggars GONE TO REST Kentucky Loses Another of Her Respected Pioneer Citizens By the death of David L Graves which occurred at an early hour last Friday morning at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital the State of Ken tucky loses another of its most widely known and respected pioneer citizens For a long time an active and prominent resident of this city five years ago Mr Graves removed to Lebanon the place of his birth and where he spent his boyhood days Some time ago his health began to fail and his children had him removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital in the hope that he would be bene fited His advanced age and the complication of diseases were against him however and on Friday morn Ing he passed peacefully away sur rounded by his children and relatives The deceased was a devout Catholic and was known for his zeal and in terest in those whowere poorer than himself At one time he was greatly interested in organized labor and was recognized as a wise counsellor and true friend of the working classes Mr Graves is survived by two sons John C Graves and David L Graves Jr and one daughter Mrs Edward J OBrien The funeral took place Monday morning from the Cathedral with a solemn high mass of requiem and a most feeling sermon by the Rev Father Rock There was a large attendance at the church and a long cortege of carriages followed the re mains to their last jesting place in St Louis cemetery JEFFERSONVILLE The Knights of St John Will Hold Celebration There Tomorrow Tomorrow afternoon the citizens of Jeffersonville will witness one of the greatest Catholic celebrations that has ever taKcn place In that city Twentyfive years ago the Jefferson vllle Commandery of the Knights ofI St John was organized and tomor row the anniversary will be observed with much ceremony and a prize drill Col Theo Poppe and the five other commanderies together with the two uniformed companies and the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will take part and add much to the magnitude of the celebration For weeks the Jeffersonvllle people have been preparing for the event and ito all Catholics they ex tend a cordial invitation to be with themThe Knights of SI John Is one of the most powerful Catholic societies in the United States and has done much for union and federation among our many fraternal organiza ions The Jeffersonville Commander has a splendid record one of which every member Is proud and the interest taken in it wQl be mani fested tomorrow Those who go from this city will assemble at the foot of Spring street where they will be received by committees appointed for that purpose LIEUT MADIOAN DEAD Telegrams received by relatives In Frankfort on Tuesday brought the LieutnMatt Madigan at Fort Bayard K M The young soldier was a member of the class of 1000 at West Point and was but twentytwo years of age and since his entry into the regular army his record had been the best and gave promise of a brlltiant career Lieut Madigan contracted fever in Cuba and was removed to Fort Bayard with the hope of r storing hIs health His father Capt Matt Madigan of the State peni fortentlaryr 9several days before death andaccom all Fromnparts of the State the tines have been receiving messages of condolance and sympathy MEETS MONDAY NIGHT StdVincent de Paul Society will meet In regular monthly session Monday night In St Francis Hall A anon ber of important questions will be presented for consideration and President Campbell and Secretary Doyle are anxious that all mwabera attend I Lia a U U SPLENDIDrm Showing Made by the Louiavtll- Catholic Knights Last Sunday Knights of St John and Uni form Rank Won Much Praise Rev Father Rock Preached a Most Forceful Anniversary Sermon WARM WELCOME IT ST AITHOHIS The anniversary celebration of the Catholic Knights of Louisville last Sunday was one that no member who participated will ever forget Though lowering clouds overhung the city the members were undaunted and when the Knights of St John arrived at St Marys the two companies of the Uniform Rank and hundreds of members representing every branch in this city and Jeffersonvllle were there to greet the Knights under command of Col Theo Poppe and Major Blocmer Grand Marshal Thomas Feeley assisted by Gen Michael Reichert and Col McGinn quickly formed the line and as the bell In the City halt struck the hour the order to march was given In the lead was a platoon of mounted police followed by a band of music and then came the Knights of St John six commanderies and Capts Gus Kane and Ben fund with their companies of the Uniform Rank After the carriages with guests of honor marched the second division with the Catholic Knights band and composed of the Central Committee and several hundred men represent ing the various local branches The parade was an imposing one and all along the route expressions were heard complimenting the Knights for their splendid appearance and mili tary bearing When the procession reached St Anthonys church the streets were thronged with people from that sec tion eager to welcome the Catholic Knights headed by President Joseph Sibler Frank Senn John J Schulten BenB Schieman apd Joseph Sayert who represented St Anthonys branch As the doors of the beautiful church were thrown open a dazzling sight met the gaze of the vast con course of people there gathered The altars and church from floor to dome were ablaze with electric light and upon entering and as the clergy were followed up the main aisle the big organ presided over by Prof Kollross pealed forth a hearty wel come The church was thronged and the scene one of the most inspiring ever witnessed in this city Solemn vespers werp sung by Rev Father Bonaventure assisted by Fathers Seraphln and Clements the choir rendering a special musical pro grammeThe that Rev Father Rock of the Cathedral the pioneer priest of the Catholic Knights of America was to preach the sermon lent additional interest to the occasion He entered into the spirit that prevailed and spoke as If Inspired Upon behalf of Father Leo the branch and the congregation he greeted the Knights his old brothers in the Catholic Knights of America saying he was indeed glad to be with them and proud of the soldierly spirit exhib- Ited which cared lor neither rain thunder nor lightning but when the order was given knew only to obey the command All he said appeared hale strong and hearty after doing good for thirtytwo years but they were capable of much moro while he hoped they would live and con tinue for thirty years longer It was right and proper that the Knights exercise watchful care over the young and the man who will not marry who does not care for the wife and children and love them as he does himself should be sent to the pen The true man the Christian man will make provision for peace and happiness for the feeding cloth Ing and shelter of the widow und orphan when he is called Intn eternity and this can be done through membership in the Catholic Knights of America Father Rock next gave a short history of the organization which looks to the salvation of the soul and made feeling reference to the founder James Loughlln He appealed to the members to be united as brothers to attend the meetings and assist one another in promoting their moral and temporal welfare Father Rock urged the girls to see cee tificate for their protection before marrying and every man to act as a committee of one to influence others to join and double the member ship next year He advised all t hold on to the old ship of the poor common people who tolled and were workers Its sails were now tfllled and they were upon the way t Thegreaterorder was now on a proper and saf basis and ho wanted the pastors say like Father Leo that their Knights were the cream of their con gregations Every true CatholicI Knight was for God and country and today they should again pledgeI loyalty to their society After the vespers the members oft 1St Anthonys branch held a reicp tlori in Ute hall adjoining the church o where refreshments were served and St Michaels Commandery was put CaptpeFEDERATION Meeting of More Than Ordi nary Interest Thursday- Night l The regular monthly meriting of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will be held next Thursday night at 8 oclock at the Catholic Womans Home Walnut street between Third and Fourth The meeting will be of more than usual Interest as several matters of more than ordinary import are to be discussed and disposed of The Ex ecutive Committee since the last meeting held a full attended meeting at which Edward Nlehaus editor of the Glaubcnsbote Was present and gave a number of very valuable suggestions to the commitltee which will be referred to In their report to the FederationThe of sending delegates and the number to bo sent to the national convention at Indianapolis in July will also be up for final con sideration The matter of the St Vincent de Paul membership is ex pected to be up for discussion and final consideration The Federation will be entertained by the delegates from the various Knights of St John Commanderies of St Ludwig and other societies of that nature and an evening full of Interest and Instruc tion may be relied upon In advanc- eIt is expected that William M Higgins the editor of the Kentucky Irish American will be able to be present and give a short address on the English education bill Commu nlcatlons from the officers of the Cincinnati Federation and from the J National Secretary have been received and will be presented to the meeting The delegates from the various divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have been requested and designated to provide the entertainment for the meeting In July RECENT DEATHS John Garrltty aged fortysix years whOse health had been falling for some time died Tuesday night at his home 906 Clay street After completing his education at St Louis he came to this city and has since fol lowed the bricklaying business Be sides his wife he leaves five children for whom there Is felt the deepest sympathy The funeral gervlces were held Thursday morning at St Johns church Rev Father flax officiating Friends and relatives of William Nieder the Broadway hardware mer chant were greatly shocked Sunday morning when they learned of his sudden and awful death Being un well he arose early and In some un known manner went to the wrong door on the second floor falling to the alley below sustaining a broken neck Surviving him are his mother Mrs Catherine Nieder 801 East Broadway and three sisters His funeral took place from St Martins church and a long concourse of mourners followed the remains to St Michaels cemetery William J Kinsella one of the best known IrishAmerican residents of this city and until about ten years ago prominent In the dry goods bus iness died Monday afternoon after a two months illness of pneumonia at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital He came to this country from Ireland while but a youth and for twenty two years was associated with the late E B Nugent Mr Klnsella is survived by a daughter Sister Mary Raphael of the Sacred Heart Home 222 East College street and a son Dr William M Kinsella his wife having died last October The funeral took place Wednesday morning from tho Cathedral with a high mass of requiem and was largely attend ed by old friends and associates and the Catholic Knights of America of which he was a pioneer member MURPHY KRAMERi The most notable wedding that has taken place In Jetfersonvllle for a- longl time will be witnessed Wednes day morning atSt Augustines church when John B Murphy Jr will lead to the altar Miss Margare Kramer Preceding the ceremony which will be performed by Father OConnell there will be a nuptial mass and the church Is certain to be thronged with relatives and friends of the happy young people who are being showered with congratulations upon their approaching union Miss Kramer is the daughter of Mrs Mar garet Kramer 327 Illinois avenue and her amiable disposition and ex cellent traits of character have won for her the friendship and admiration of all who know her The groom elect Is one of the best known and JeffersonvilleB Murphy the popular Police Commissioner and has since attaining his majorilty been prominent In Hi circlesoHOMEetoJohn Mitchell President of the United Mine Workers of America who six weeks ago underwent an operation in a hcjpltal was able on Sunday to walk to his home atSpring Valley III When seen Monday h condition was further Improved an he showed as signs of the vela pse that was feared I i a THOS FFg RYAN Mentioned In Connection With Democratic Nomination For President Has Just Retired From Business With Fortune of Millions Would Not Be First American Celt Made Chief Magistrate AMBITIOUS TO ENTER THE SENATE THomas F Ryan has ended his days of activity on Wall street His de parture for Europe on Friday signal ized his breaking away from the per sonal management of the gigantic corporations with which he has been associated for the last twentyfive years and from which he realized a fortune of millions The now of Mr Ryans retirement was confirmed In Wall street by men who know him intimately and who have closely watched his movements In the stock market during the last year There is Wall street tradition that his am bition after he had become an Im portant factor In the financial world was to accumulate 100000000 This he has accomplished His fd tune Is estimated by those In a position to know at considerably over that figure Mr Ryan according to Inside in formation in Wall street will now enjoy a retired life on his magnifi cent estate in Nelson County Va That he may direct his energies to ward becoming a United States Sena tor from Virginia is considered a strong possibility He has long held expectthatMr Ryans rise in the financial world was remarkable Ho Is now fltyflve years old He started his business career in a Baltimore dry goods house in 1868 tie soon tired of that and In 1870 came to New York where he got a position with a Wall street brokerage firm It was not long before he had made a suc cessful venture In the stock market With the money he made he started In business for himself In 1874 he bought a seat on the stock Exchange From that time he has been a power with which Wall street has had to reckonIn the probability of a Southerner receiving the nomination of the Democratic party for president among the names mentioned is Thom as F Ryan of New York but with residence in Virginia In the event that he were to be chosen chief mag strate of our country he would be the first Catholic so honored and would shatter a certain unwritten law that has prevailed up to the present He would not be the first American Celt to hold office however for his name would go down In history with those of James Madison James Monroe Andrew Jackson James K Polk James Buchanan Chester A Arthur and William McKinley The generosity of the Ryans Is known throughout the entire country they having donated large amounts of money to worthy charities without any regard to race or religion The career of the retired financier has been most phenomenal but the strictest honesty and Integrity char acterized all his dealings whether large or small and there is no man who has ever met him but has the utmost confidence in him PIANO RECITAL Delighted Many at the Sacred Heart Academy Friday Afternoon Tuesday afternoon a most artistic and excellently rendered piano recital delighted the friends of the Sacred Heart Academy at Crescent Hill and Its pupils The recital took place in the academy auditorium when three young ladies received diplomas for the academic and musical courses They were Misses Adelaide Bouse Mary OConnell and Lillian McIntyre Compositions from the masters of oratorio and concert music were rendered especially those of Von Weber Leschetesky Gounod Rubenstein Verdi Schubert Liszt Gottschalk Ardltl Donizetti Gorla and others of the modern school of music The en tire programme was carried out by the young ladles named above and Misses Sue Streicher and Matilda Zehnder who all demonstrated that they had received a musical educa everydetailANNUAL PICNIC The congregation of Holy Trinity church in New Albany will hold their annual picnic and outing next Thursday at Fern Grove For several weeks parllibhareamusements for the large crowd expected and it is needless to say that those who accompany them will spend a day in real pleasure NIGHTdIMrsMary Ellert a slater of Henry Bosse the undertaker one of the olds D- CJ est members of St Boniface church and for many years a leading spirit i inIthe social and religious affairs of th congregation was found dead In bed 71Prestonmany but came to this country while still young and had since made her thhighesther Mrs Ellert is survived by two sons Henry and Clem Ellert and one HaarkoetterThe iface church with a solemn high mass of requiem PLEASANT EVENING Was Spent With St Martins Branch Catholic Knights Catholic Knights from all parts of the city spent a most pleasant even byBranchWednesday night A short business season was held with President Oscar Meyer in the chair which wat adjourned after the report of the Supreme delegate was received for a social session over which Councilman Reichert presided as toastmaster Before leaving the chair Iresident Meyer expressed himself pleased to see the large number of visitors pres ent and especially the Uniform Bank whose appearance in large numbers was greeted with rounds of applause Ilappyinwho were each limited to five min utes with short intermissions for rcfresmments The first speaker was exSupreme Trustee Joseph McGinn who reviewed the present condition of the order and urged his hearers upbuilding confidence in the Supreme officers bytheState Secretary Martin followed with an eloquent address along the same lines with suggestions shewing how Interest could be again awakened In the branches and commending the Kentucky delegates for their worlc in the national convention Capt Gus Kane and William Meehan spoke for the Uniform Rank which promised n great surprise within the next few months II A Veeneman John Scholda and William M Higgins also had words of encouragement Charles Falk presided over the refreshments of which there was an abundant supply and also left singing the praises of Branch 1- 0BISHOP SPALDING Unable to Celebrate the Six tySeventh Anniversary of His Birth Bishop John Lancaster Spaldingof Peoria HI was last Sunday sixty seven years old but owing to his poor health there was no celebration of the anniversary as had been hoped for by the people of Peoria Sunday news of Oils serious illness was received here and many members of the local clergy sent messages of con dolence to the members of the Bish ops household along with birthday greetings According to the informa tion received here there is no hope whatefer that Bishop Spalding will ever be able to resume this duties Nearly two years ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis and since then there has been a reoccurence and the last few days he has been under the constant attention of several physiciansBishop Spalding comes of a family that for generations has occupied a high place in Roman Catholic annals In Europe and America The first of the family in America came with Lord Baltimore The celebrated Archbishop Spalding of Baltimore was an uncle of Bishop Spalding Bishop Spalding was born in Ken tucky and received his first education in this State He spent some part of his early life at Emmltsburg Md and subsequently studied for five years at Mount St Marys at Clncln nat He studied in Louvain and was ordained in 1863 After his ordina tion he took a course of study in Rome and returned to Louisville in 1805 He was assignee to the local Cathedral and in addition to his other duties was secretary to Bishop Lavlalle CONFIRMATION St Philip Nerls church was the scene of beautiful but impressive cere monies Tuesday morning when a large class of children received the sacrament of confirmation for which the energetic pastor and the Sisters had made much preparation High mass was sung by Rev Father Acker man assisted by Father York Weiss and Van de Pltte after which the little ones were confirmed by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey who addressed them In a most interesting and Instructive talk upon their happy present and the importance of con tinuing to the end In the path of righteousness and virtue LARGELY ATTENDED During the past week large numbers have been visiting St Louis Ber trands and St John churches where novenas in honor of the Sacred Heart have been in progress The feast was also solemnly celebrated at the Church of the Sacred Heart the edifice being thronged Father Walsh offietated aad preached a strong and convincing sermon I u s l 0 I FEAR OF RIOT When the Body of Pope Leo Is Moved to St John Laterau The Holy Father Suld to Favor Transportation in Pri vate Form Funeral Car Is the Same That Was Stoned TwentySix Years Ago DIFFERENT YIBWS THAT ARE TAKEN Much has been said of late regard Ing the plans for the removal of the remains of the late Holy Father from St Peters little of which has subjectthelowing cablegram from its Rome cor respondent which purports to give three views upon the matter but to which little Importance is attached For several months the most im portant question discussed at the Vatican has been the way in which the remains of Leo XIII are to be transported from St Peters to St John Lateran This which in any Jother country would be a simple mat Importanceintween the Church and State and the feeling between Clericals and Anti Clericals heightened by the remem brance of what occurred July 13 1881 when the body of Plus IX was almost thrown into the Tiber while passing over the St Angelo bridge at midnight and the whole town was transformed into a battleground be tween the two factions This was fol lowed by the issuing of diplomatic notes to all civilized countries both from the Vaticans Secretary of State to protest against the outrage and from the Italian Minister of For cigs Affairs to point out the provoca tion received from the Papacy Now the situation between the Quirlnal and the Vatican has quite changed and Pius X wishes to avoid anything which might provoke an AntiClerical movement and Imperil the good relations at present exist ing with the Italian Government and embarrass the latter Therefore vJm is favorable to having the transporta tion carried out in the most private form and to having the closest secrecy maintained about the day and the hour at which it will take J place so that It will be known only when already accomplished There is however a small in translgeant party led by Cardinal Oreglla dl Santo Stefano the only living Cardinal created by Pius IX and Doyen of the Sacred College which thinks that for the dignity of the Church the funeral of the late Pope must go through the streets of Rome with all the tradi tional and gorgeous pomp In order to revenge the Insults given twenty six years ago to the memory of Pius IX There is finally a party taking the middle view of affairs having at their head Cardinal Agliardl They believe that just on account of the good relations now existing between the Church and State here the trans portation could take place with a modest but appropriate procession having the troops of the Italian Gov ernment present to prevent and if necessary to repress disorder Meanwhile the hearse to be used has been prepared I went to see it and to my astonishment recognized in the duly changed and brought up to date vehicle the same which the mob stoned in 1881 when the remains of Plus IX were taking that mid- I night crossing of Rome in the midst of screams of hate imprecations and cavalry charges The funeral car is most Imposing It Is about ten feet long with four wheels and in the shape of a large coffin having a couple of small windows on each side ytvlth shutters the whole being in dead black and surmounted by the Triple Crown and the keys of St Peter The body of tine car is seven and a half feet in length a little over four feet In breadth and four t feet in height The inside is lined with soft red damask FIRST IN CLASS Little Miss Beatrice Harreld the twelveyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs JoW Harreld of 1206 West Jefferson street has been awarded the first prize for her standing as a member of the first communion class at the Cathedral of the Assumption The little lady achieved the distinc tion of never missing a question dur ing the contest or the Instruction which preceded MUSICALE DELIGHTS AUDIENCE The musicale given by the Knights I of Columbus on Wednesday evening was greatly enjoyed by the members and their lady friends who were present In large numbers A feature was the quartet number rendered by Mrs Jessie Bowman Webb Mrs Carrie Rothschild Saplnsky and Messrs Thomas Barr and Douglas Webb Prof Karl Hemmersbach Messrs Al Heddln and Misses Kate Hawley and E Callahan with Mrs Fred Harjg as accompanist also delighted the audience The recitation of JJFlynn who lIB as Inimitable M he jsi witty was a happy climax to the very excellent programme V jI IL 2- pp K NTUOny IRlSH A11ERJO1 l t KENTUCKY IRISH n flMERIG t fliN Ii Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americansr = KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated j Pubjlthdra rSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Loulivllle Pottofflce as Seeond Class latter Addres atill Communications l to Ihe KENTUCKY DDII IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St TflADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLn KY SATURDAY JUNE 8 1907 THE CATHOLIC PKESS The Catholic paper Is a Catholl Institution which the dally Is not The Catholic paper voices In Its edt torlnl page Catholic opinlon which the dally does not The Cath obit paper makes it a business to cor ret misrepresentations of Chtholt doctrine to defend Catholic right to praise Catholic achievements to promote Catholic Interests whlcl It secular papers do not and can notl do The Catholic paper is a Catholl truth society in itself it goes into a hundred secular newpaper offices where it silently but effectively dIr solves bigotry by the light of HII information aryl Ithe vigor of its ton When Catholic ae n jielrtl by ne V movements of bgof what is thp fcrtr HS and orn Mt of 5rir Ic tense The Catholb paper Whet Catholics ore ignored or Inad quately recognized in public matters what is tltr medium of protest rhe Catholic paper What cultivatet t among Catholics the proper interesi In Catholic news events and doc Catholic 7li ro- me c trines The paper but a few instances pointeu out observant writer of the iml y an portnncc to us of our own press W must stand by the papers which stand by us This is a mutter of pub- lIc duty which he who shirks con fesses to his delinquency In pnlilif spirit anti in Patent patriotism It 1 III a matter of principle part and par eel of the sound policy of counting yourself cheerfully with your class anti your creed in nil Its common en terprises and necessary defenses DROP THE BILL The Irish bill recently introduce In the Honse of Commons wasdroppei by the Government last Monday with but scant ceremony The announce ment was made by Campbebl Banner man I bellefe said the Premier thatt the Irish people would have done well to the details of the meas I1nveJveii attention than appears 9 fctflrjiave been the case at the recent convention But In view of the an nouncement of the leader of the Irish party in the House of Commons that he would abide by the decision of the convention to reject the bill the Gov ernment can not of course go any further with It The Premier added that the de cision of the representatives of the Irish people was a source of sincere I regret and disappointment to the r Ministers but now that the Irish billI t was dropped the Government Intend ed to introduce during the present session an evicted tenants restora tion bill with power of compulsory l purchase Regarding the longprom ised atempt to restrict the power of the House of Lords the Premier sailI that so soon as they had made a litII tIe further progress he proposed toI Introduce a resolution on the subject when the Government would fully fltate Its views on the matter COGHLAX RETIHEI RearAdI 1I fought in the battle of Manila DnyI and gave to the world Iloch der I Kaiser the most famous poem ever emanating from the American i navy severed his active connection last Saturday with the service inII which he had passed fortyfive years of hIs life Shortly after 10 oclock the saluting squad on the receiving j ship Hancock In the New York navy yard began firing the Rear Admirals salute of thirteen guns tn honor of the retiring Commandant of the yard As Ute report of the last gun died away the pennant of Admiral Coghlan came down and up went that of Hear Admiral Caspar Frederick Goodrich In leaving Admiral Coghlan walked down the line of officers and shook each one by the hand wishing each the best of luck and a long and creditable career in the service that be himself was leaving forever Tho Admiral had decided to make New York his future home and he assured them that he expected to see them i often In the future both at the yard k and at his home in Manhattan l We never had a Commandant that 1 1we did not hate to see go said the oldtime porter who stands guard at the door leading to the Command ants office but I dont think we ever hated to see any of them go qulte5o badly as we do Admiral II Coghlan He fs a prine every inch of him and the best fellow ever eMMftIlM and friendly contem the Eveatng Post noting the iiOur t rbf Thomas F Ryan fromI fJ and his ambition to become si UritedMatest senator says be rideatly hex determined do do noth U F ing for the rest of his days The Post has no reason or authority for such an assertion as Thomas Ilyn I14 one of those men who are Cfer active and always for goo whll physically able Lebpnoii wept dry + vHIAt1 er result that the people are now notified thnt they must pay more taxes hereafter Thus history repeats Itself The good people there are already convinced that prohibition does not prohibit Prohibition anti drunkenness art drawbacks to any prrgresslve town the only really successful ones being those wherein the temperance prin ciple prevois and accords equa rights to all That Hon A E Willson will be tin Republican nominee for Governor iis no longer doubted That he is the strongest candidate that party could present Is each day becoming more apparent Many of the old Hepubll cans who left the party years agi will return to vote for him and the Democrats will be compelled to exert themselves to win Richard Croker now residing in Ireland declared Wednesday that l1e had no intention of giving up hi II American citizenship In order to become an Irish Nationalist member of the British Parliament to which he could be easily elected The 0111 Tammany leader wants to visit Nevi I i York this fall and expects to die an American i Next to the Taft boom the Kno boom is the most promising In the Republican list just now and the dis covery that it is to be reckoned with seriously has led to much ill Informe talk about well meaning person 1thnt Is giving the Republican leader considerable trouble Edward Blake the exCanadla Minister of Justice and now Xa tionalist member of Parliament for t the South Division for Longford wasI stricken with paralysis in London nst Saturday He passed a good nigh and hns since been progressing sails factorlly NEXT YEAR Hierarchy of Mcxlco To Con duct Great Pilgrimage to Rome The Mexican hierarchy with the Archbishop of Mexico at its head 1 is reported to be organizing a great pll grimage to Rome on the occasion 01 the sacerdotal jubilee of Pope Plus X which will be celebrated next year The pilgrimage will leave Mex ico early next May nnd one of its first acts upon its arrival in Home will be the holding of a special funs tion at the church of St Nicholas where the image of the Virgin of Guqdalupe is venerated Tho pil grimage which will be composedof archbishops blshpps priests nnd many of the laity Will spend some time In Spain where nearly all the principal cities of that country will be visited The pilgrimage will also be extended to Lourdes Parayle Moninl Monserrat and several other points In Europe where shrines exist Local boards will be formed in the various cities of the republic for the purpose of presenting the matter In In proper way to the people as it Is the intention of those in charge of the pilgrimage to have everything thoroughly organized Archbishop Silva of Mlchoacnn is one of the lead jers in the movement and the names of the Bishops of Zamora Queretaro Leon Sonora and Chihuahua have also been mentioned in connection With it REVERE HIS MEMORY J Monday night Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America met at St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut with Presi dent William Meehan presiding and after the usual business the commit tee appointed at the preceding meet Ing Messrs E J Mann B F Hund and F R DeLieul reported the following memorial resolutions which were unanimously adopted Whereas It has pleased Al mighty God In his allwlse providence to take unto himself our friend and companion James Rodgers and Whereas We bow our heads In humble submission to his holy will knowing He does all things for the best and- Whereas Branch 25 C K of A has lost a good and faithful mem ber the State an honored citizen and his family a loving husband and father therefore be It Resolved That Branch 25 C K of A extend to the bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy in this their hour of sorrow and be It further Resolved That our charter be draped for a period of thirty days out of respect to his memory that a copy of these resolutions tie spread upon our minute copy sent to the Ken= tucky Irish American and a copy to the bereaved family t J r1oiy i j IiMrs Miles CIeDono ugh of Port land has been vlsfflng Tier parent at Mansfield Ohio Miss Wallace Mattlngly Miss RU Kcaney and Frank Smith spent Sun day with friends at Lagrange thJofteisonvilloft i some time of friends In Kentucky Mrs Thomas V llellly of Chleagi a former resident of this city Wo here this week visiting Mrs D J OHnycr Mr and Mrs James Conners hat returned from a visit to the Jamett town Exposition and the large Eiist ern cities The engagement IB annuonced of Miss Ella Domeck to Andrew Weir ert The wedding will be solemnized some time In the early summer Miss Florence Daly West Mali I street arrived home Monday fromI Lexington after an extended vlsl with her cousins the Misses Krieger Misses Bertha Olauber and Ida Orobmeyer have returned to thel home at Carrollton after a most enjoyable visit with friends in this cityMr D 7 Gleeson left Tuesday for Xew York on a business trip for- M J ItoblnKonXorton Company On his way home he will visit the Jamestown Exposition Mr anti Mrs M J Dillon of Detroit Mich arrived last Monday to spend two weeks here as tithe guest of Mr and Mrs Joseph Danenhold West Jefferson street Miss Edith Fltg rnld i nd Shine B Williams wire cpiiitly marrtt W ednesday morning at thin Cathedral rectory only Intimate friends wit ncss ig the ceremony Mr and Mrs Albert C Babey an flounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Frances Mae Uabey to Ernest Coyle The wedding will tnk place on Tuesday June 25 IThe wedding of Miss Edith Roger Jra ser to H Barber Baldwin of Bardstown was solemnized Wedne day at the Dominican cUmvh Fathe OConnell of Bardstown officiating Mr and Mrs Thomas W Moral will leave tomorrow for a two weeks toIthe Jamestown Exposition Mr aUlI Mrs C H Jenkins will accompany themLouis Dougherty who has been engaged in business at Butte Mont for the past seven years is at hi spendfew a friends daughtersCatherine turned from Morrlstown Ind when they were visiting as the guests of Mrs J H Beckner a sister of Mrs Bannon G Bernard McGinn President of the Pearl Laundry Company will return next Tuesday from French Lich Springs where he has been enjoyinj a season of well earned rest and rec reation Mrs Mary Barrett returned thIsI week from Chicago after a most en lovable visit to her daughter Mrs James Hannon who with her hus band is most pleasantly located li the Windy City One of the prettiest weddings o1 the week was that of Miss Ella OCon nell and Henry Rummage solemnized at the Church of the Blessed Sacra ment In the presence of a gathering of friends that filled the edifice Henry Berghnus and Miss Lillian holybondseveningJunechurch Both are popular and a large gathering of friends will witness the ceremonyThe Irish American Is the fIrst 4otannouneg the engagement of societyfavorlte popular anapolis Their marriage will take place In the early fall MaryshurehWolford of that city became th bride of William Rjuhnor of Louis lrtormedbyj rector In the prpsincs of ninny who were there to ofer congratulations Tho numerous friends of Mrs John McAullffe felt greatly relieved Thurs day when they learned that she had been removed to her home 531 West Brecklnrldge street from St Josephs Infirmary where she underwent a delicate but successful operation two weeks ago Her entire recovery Is now assured placeWednesdnyhurch in Sew Albany when Miss fartha Vernla became the bride of leqrge Collar The ceremony was performed by Rev Father Curran and was witnessed by many friends of the happy couple who are exceed ingly popular Mr and Mrs M Sauer entertained at the Seelbach with a luncheon and dance the occasion being Mrs Sauers birthday Those present were Mr and Irs M J Bannon Mr and Mrs ames Arthur Mr and Mrs H Silver fr and Mrs M Goldblatt Mr and Irs William Norville and Mr and Irs M Sonierfield- Frank L HabIch prominent in loll railroad circles and Miss Gene J rose Aud who were united In marrI age In St Ambrose church at Ceclllan by the Rev Father Leo Greulich of this city will make Louisville their j luture horns The bride Is the J I daughter of Dr J Z Aud Presided t of the State Medical SocIetypJand will Jlea welcome addition In Catholl Iclnfcircles rti 0 fik il thea pleatfrigs whir the patrons of the Homo fen phone Company will be glad to lean rhat she is again at her hone 100 Diiniesnil street after a ten day illness of prostration at Sts fnry and Elizabeth Hospital It is she will be able to resume herhopedI tion next week The marriage of Miss Agnes Hayes daughter of Mrs Joint Hayes of thlll city mid WiHtam Wolford ofI i Antwerp lielgiilhiV Was solemnize Tuesday of St Patricks Cathedral New York City The bride and groon will visit Louisville and then leavi for a trip around the world Beside the mother of the bride Miss Angel Hayes and Tom Wallace of this city were present at the ceremony- A wedding of much interest In Cllf ton will be that of Miss Lillian Burke the charming and accompllshet d daughter of Lieut Edward Burkn and Charles Elbrick which wilt be solemnized by the Rev Father Whit with a nuptial mass at St Francis of Rome church next Saturday morning at 0 oclock Both bride rind groom are prominent socially and the cert mony will attract a large gatherlnf of friends and well wishers A Tune wedding in which many will be interested will be that of Mist Adelaide Ross of this city and Jon C Selman of Ohio whose engage anent has been announced by Mr and Mrs Joseph It Smart The marring ceremony will be solemnized on Thursday evening June 13 in St Mary Magdalens rectory Rev Father William Gausepohl as the officiating clergyman Both have a wide circli of friends and admirers who wish for them a long and happy wedded life The marriage of Miss Kntherln Cecilia Medanich to Leo T Nelson wallI quietly solemnized Wednesday morn lug at 530 oclock at Holy Cross church the Rev Father Sheridan officiating Miss Mayme Malone nnd Johnson Nelson were the attendants Only the two families and a few friends attended the wedding Fol lowing the ceremony a breakfast wa I served at the home of the bride mother Mrs Susie Medanich After a short trip in the South Mr ulIl Mrs Nelson will be at home at 310 West Broadway The announcement of the engagement of Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith the amiable and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles A Smith of this city and Edward H Winnia of Nashville was received with pleasant Interest In local society circles Their marriage will be sol emnized at the Cathedral on Wednes tiny morning June 10 at 10 oclock and will be one of the most brilliant of the many June weddings Mr Winnia Is one of Nashvilles most successful and representative young men and he Is to be congratulated upon having won so lovely a bride Miss Joe Scannell anti Thomas P Roth were quietly married Saturday morning Juno 1 at St Frances of Rome church Rev Father White offs elating The only attendants were the bridesmaid Miss Lilly Keiran and Fred Burgel best man Imme dlately after the ceremony breakfast was served the bridal party at the borne of Miss Keiran Miss Scannell in the charming laughter of Mrs Joanna Scannell and is one of the most popular young ladles of the East End The groom Is a well known business man also of the East EndBowling Green society circles are much Interested In the approaching wedding of Miss Mary Henrietta Fleming and Steve Durbin which Is announced to take place on June 10 at St Josephs church with the Rev Father Hayes officiating The bride Is the lovely daughter of Mrs Mar guerite Fleming and Is a favorite In the circle in which she moves Mr Durbin has been prominent in the dry goods trade of Bowling Green and is a popular young man Both par ties have many Louisville friends who hope they will come here to spend their honeymoon WHITE CITY One of the biggest novelties of the season will be Cora Youngblood Corsons band of thirtyfive women which will be heard In the two dally concerts at the White City all of next week This is one of the most noted organizations In the country and as this will be Us first appearance In Louisville much Interest has been arousedThere will also bo six big free shows at the White City next week The skating rink has cut Its price of admission including skates from twentyfive to fifteen cents and the management has Inaugerated a popularity contest for the best and most graceful skaters which Is proving very Interesting The big new danc- Ing pavilion on the river front west of the Board walk has been completed and Is open to the public every afternoon and evening except Sunday Prof Rices dog pony and monkey show has been reengaged for next week and will bo one of the free attractions It is announced that negotiations are now on for the blo graph films of the Oberammergau Passion Play This will be one of the genuine novelties of the season Ifr they can be secured- FORESTERS CONVENTION William F Krull to whose efforts Isc largely due the Introduction Into Kentucky of the Catholic Order of foresters will leave today to attend the State convention which meets next Tuesday and continues for three lays at Canton Ohio Kentucky at present is Included in the Ohio jurisdiction but delegate Krull says that owing to the number of courts thatrI have been established the State will be raised to a separate district The o- jrlct vbgk q bgkq J vbgkqjbgkq foreuters have a flourishing court In this city that meets regularly at St 1 Jonlface Ifancj ALUMNAL MEETING 1 First Since Disastrous Flrc Destroyed StCathoriueffl Academny w too l1 The first meeting of tho alumnae c- St Catherines Academy near Springfield since the disastrous fire of three years ago will bd held there on June 18 Mother Magdalenoj the Direct ress of theacademy teas extended ia I cordial Invitation to the past pupil I and graduates and would be delighted to have them assemble there on tha occasion as a large gathering of tho members Is hoped for St Cather Ines new academy is now complot and the future of this time honored and historic educational institution Is brighter than over The Louis yule members and those from a dis Springfieldmeeting will be called the next morn beenIeveryone FLAMES Destroy Texas Church Bull Before Pilgrim Fathers Landed Built before the Pilgrim fathers landed on Plymouth flock and lsdotilinually from that time until a few days ago the Catholic church ai Ysleta Texas has been destroyed bj a fire wtych is said to have beer started by the canoles burning be fore the altar The destruction waf complete only a few relies of great antiquity being saved through the heroic efforts of Father Cordova tacit his congregation The old church was built of adobemud dried in the form of bricks and was in the form of a cross Seven acres of grouml were inclosed with the building b Ian adobe wall over which grapevines clustered profusely LEXINGTON Thomas Collins who for the greater part of his life was an em ploye of the Lexington City Govern ment died at his home there last Frl tiny after an Illness of severn months He was sixtyeight year old and came to Lexington from Ire land where he was born when abou twenty years old He soon found employment as a policeman In whit capacity he served many years After his retirement from the police fore he was given employment in other departments of tthe city government and had practically never been engaged In any other business Unch Tomlas he was best known in re cent years was a typical Irishman and was famous for his ready wit and ability as a storyteller He was a personal acquaintance of nearly every citizen of Lexington and one of the widely known characters ot the city He Is survived by his wifeI and four children Mlss Josle Collins of Jeffersonville Ind Miss Maggie Collins and Mrs Pratt Neal of Cln cinnati and Cornelius J Collins of Lexington LORRETTO ACADEMY Loretto Academy In Marion county one of the very oldest and most sue cessful educational institutions in this section of the United States will hold its nlnetyiifth annual com mencement next Tuesday morning Many will go from this city and all parts of the State will be repre sented The graduating class this year Is composed of Misses Mary Lil lian Van Buren Sarah Morgan Gar ber and Mary Leona Rapier Miss Rapier will deliver the valedictory ad dress CURRAN SUCCEEDS HARVEY Dan D Curran one of the best known and successful railroad men in the entire South has been elected President of the Southern lines of the Queen and Crescent system succeeding President Harvey The roads that thus come under his control are the New Orleans and Northwestern Vicksburg Shreveport and Pacific and Alabama and vMcksburg Presi dent Curran will give these roads an unsurpassed administration one that will meet the public demands nnd both ore to be congratulated ANNUAL OUTING Members committees and officers are working earnestly for the annual outing of Trinity Council Y M Ito be held at the White City on Monday June 17 Many special attrac tions are being arranged for and the great throng that Is expected areI promised a day of amusement that will surpass any thus far this season The provision for the entertainment and comfort of ladles and children will be perfect nnd for tho young folks dancing will be made a special feature CROKER CAPTURES DERBYI Richard Crokers Orby ridden by Johnny Relff the American jockeyI won the English Derby Stakes of i600 sovereigns at Epsom on Wednesday distance about one mile and ai half Orby was as good as 100 to 9I The winner Is by Orjne out of Rhoda B and was bred in Ireland Uioda B Is an American dam The 2 best horses on the English turf con tested but interest in tho event was entered in the Irish bred Irish owned and trained horses who were first at the finishIIt FORTY HOURS TIle beautiful Forty Hours deVO ions will begin tomorrow morning tat the high mass at Holy Cross church West Broadway and will canc flue until Tuesday Father Sheridan t will have the assistance of several clergymen and the sanctuary will be eautlfully decorated by the ladles 1- of the Altar Society ic JJJA I WALKEASY I I3 SHOE CO AVENUE OHIO RIVERjYoungblood Corson and Her Famous Band 35 iCora RINK 15 30 Special Features In Constant Womenii i carsDANCINGo to i NINAWEBI PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS Improved beautified with every modern attraction restaurant theater dancing pavilion roller coaster merrygoround laughing many other novelties Societies churches ideal place to hold their summer outings PARK ErjECTRIOALIV ILLUMINATED For Dies and I Itrms H J Summ rs 1 1305 Frst Street TRINITY COUNCIL OUTING AND PICNIC White City Monday June 17 1907 Band concert afternoon night Dancing amusements for young old Many attractions ADMISSION 10 IFONTAiNE FERRY PARKTile PARK BEAUTIFUL A HlffliCIoss Family Resort Equipped With Upto Date Devices of Amusement Catering to Women and Children Especially WEEK OF JUNE 9 GREAT VAUDEVILLE DILL HEADED BY MABEL MVKrNiLEY The noted soprano and composer First appear ance in Isnisville Extra Free Attractionl The favorite singer PIBROIQ AND nOHLTN Free Fireworks Every Saturday at 9 p m IDEAL ROLLER RINK Dally Session 220 and 8 p m ADMISSION TO PARK FREE PHOENIX HILL PARKI Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before contracts COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES The annual commencement exer claes of Presentation Academy In which much local Interest is alway- taken year be held on Monday morning June 17 for which an exceptionally fine programme has been arranged The young ladles who will be graduated are Misses Mary Virginia Arnold Clara Rose Coady Emily Clara Qohmann Augusta Emily Hollenkamp Laura Charles to Mary Imelda Shea Invitations have been issued but be cause of lack of room the attendance expected children will notl be admitted DESERVES SUPPORT St Leos parochial school at Highland Park will hold Its first annual commencement in the school hall on Friday evening June 21 The proceeds which are derived from the sale of tickets which are twenty five cents each will bo devoted to the school fund which be used toward defraying building expenses etc Father Fitzgerald certainly deserves support in his field the Catholics of this city vicinity could find no better charity to sup port than this one- PROVED FATAL t Dennis Rush aged fortynine years died of pneumonia at 7 oclock Thurs day morning at his home 2510 High avenue He is survived by his mother tits Margaret Rush a brother Pete Rush The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 9 oclci k from the Church of Our Lady in Portland The burial will be in St Johns ceme ary ST 3IAnVS COLLEGE Extensive preparation Is being made for the eightysixth annual I ommencement of St Marys College which will be held In the college hall at St Marys Marlon county St larys College was established in 821 and since then has been one it the most flourishing educational a t J f SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN All styles and leathers all sizes and widths Sold direct from maker to wearerwith the middle mans profit all put Into the quality Try a pair BOSTON Mens Store 534 Fourth Ave Ladles Store 55355 Fourth Ave GREENWOOD AND i of NOW CTS oeooecoooooeooooeoeoooooooeoooooeoooo and and including gallery and and will find this the Address and and and free CENTS TO closing will this Rat and and large will Rev new and and and I LOUISVILLE r1I HOTELMAIN ST I8 7th I IStrictly FlritCtit Both Plan Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and recep tionsROSSPARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors f FUR Furniture j Oft all kinds at the lowest prices J iGo to WMa MAYER I 419 W MARKET STREET PRIVATE HOSPITAL ANDsEPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jcfferaonville hospitalforplleptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates verv teas enable For further particulars apply MOTHeR MARY REGIN MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfenontllle lad Cnmb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 a UNION ICE CREAM COI MANDPACTDRBBS OF PURE ICE CREAM ANDSHERSETWe and we separate our own cream This enables ns to put a better cream on the competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST CB THOMPSO- NEao1asTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jtltirson SI Both Telephone 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed institutions in Kentucky Ha gradu pulpitandThe hap who la always waiting for something to turn up jnlgfct marry girl with a pug nose- D D t i c cPr ruor =raSB AltETQAN vr Lyr va i JIJIIIIJlltl J B TRACY L H STRAUS BOTH PHONES 383 lit TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrl STREETShortII tirati W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 s HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Ma3IIA Street d+4++++++ + + t t t + t t D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT t+ DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT + Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET HIt H 9tH t t a r Cumb Phone flats 1913 Home Phone 1913 rHE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Soldat all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN V BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 OUXSVlLLE9KY THOMASKEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 366 AU calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and i Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phones HEERMAM BRO IIlPOJl11U1S FINE WINES AND LIQUQ19 Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken Lucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOU BOTTLED IN BSND Telephoneei48 234 Sizih Stren LINES LIQUORS MRS H VALS SALOON VAL LETTER d rap XotLuckeveryBlOn BC front fd80I I to 1390 odeeka at 4 wsa 9 v radr- G43a r QRTI01103ri tsp P j 1 f6 LJUNEIs the month fo- rWEDDING INVITATIONSSee and prices- KENTUCKY IRISH- AMERICAN Y 335337 Westf Grew Streett e t HoraePbone 946 I MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 604 W JEFFERSON STa OTTO E TENT Proprietor Old asd Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANG E LOUIS WAINITZ CO Pnpritirs 839tFfFTHSTFt1 ET M 1 IN NN N N + NII 1 sssssstCsIS N= 1N= a GIVE us YOUR ORDER 1 2N Ms tf it oo 1 I i1t it f yf i OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET 3- I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From lExchanges Monnphnns third Fcis which to be held nt Castleblaney June 30 promises to be a great success The hay and oats crop round Bailie borough looks very promising and hopes are entertained for a bountiful yield of both- Typhus fever quite prevalent Xewry Ten cases were reported dur- Ing the last week In May five of which proved fatal The death recorded at Kllcroney County Louth of Thomas Curtis a renlly true Irish Nationalist at the age of eightytwo years sixty was found hanging in a barn his premises near Headford County Galway The death of Patrick Maguire cat tle dealer of Clones took place at St Vincents Hospital in Dublin Deceased was aged about thirtyfive years anti was a well known figure in the fairs of Ulster The Galway County Council elected Tames Hardiman County Surveyor for East Galway defeating Edward Ly nam by a vote of twentyone to nine John Griffin was unanimously elected Kate Collector for Moycullen dis trictMany learned with deep regret of the death of Mrs Rachel Fleming at Caritleblaney where she was hell in high esteem For years she was engaged in the boot and shoe business and conducted the Commercial Hotel there While old farmer named James Klcrnan near Uallinamone County Lcltrim was returning from the market in that town wflh a cart load of hay on the top of which he was seated he was thrown off i sustain ing injuries from the effec s of which he died in the course of the day Announcement of the death of John James Fay second son of Daniel and also in Dundalk Deceased had only reached the prime of life and was exceedingly popular and every where sincere sympathy was expressed for the bereaved relatives Thomas Fitzgerald of ewbirminjf ham with James Fitzgerald John Slattery and William Fogarty were returning from the Thurles fair in a common car and they were near ing Littleton the horse shied and plunged with the result that the lour men were thrown the road with great force Thomas Fitzgerald received very serious injuries from which he succumbed the following day terrible railway accident curred the Cork Blackrock and Passage railway The train from Cork had just passed Hlackrcck when ran over two men walking on the line Another was with thrm but fortunately escaped The two men were Patrick Barry and Peter Cough Ian gardeners employed at Jloches town Both suffered terrible injur- Ies Barry dying soon after his re moval to the Cork Infirmary where Coughlan at last reports was in hopeless condition By order of Col Ryan Lenigan the mass path through his land at Baliyeahimm was again stopped and strong fence put up to prevent the Catholic people from coming that way to mass Sunday morning about twentyfive young men assembled find with saws and hatchets they tumbled and cut down the fence that had been put up for the third time to bar their progress They did this in the presence of the police The action of Col Ryan Lenigan has met with strong condemnation in the localityThomas Joyce aged forty made a desperate attempt to assault the Most Rev Dr Healy Archbtehop of Tuam Joyce called at the Palace say ing he wanted to settle some matters with the Archbishop ills Grace had fortunately gone to the Convent of Mercy to say mass The man when told this said lie didnt believe and forced his way in searching every room and corner He then went to the Cathedral grounds where there was a group of tenants waiting for ills Grace and took up his stand in their midst until the Archbishop ar rived attended by Father Kilgariff The lunatic then threw off his cost s Ills Grace and took the united strength of several men to keep Joyce from assaulting the Arch bishop until Sergeant Ceyae and Con stables Martin land Abe ante on the- Isq and tied the mans arms with AII At z GOOD WORK irinting I I I FAIR PRICES rrlf J P I i f I i t Kentucky Irish American r aa I aooajiiiiiiiiiii1iiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii= Is on Is In Is publicanon an profoundsorrow as on A oc on it a a it protecEt it ne a strong rope forcing him to the I1 barrack After an investigation Joyce was committed to the Baiinasloi asylum as a dangerous lunatic HINTS ON STYLE The short skirt has much to dowltl the prevailing taste for dainty shoeI and hosiery III The umbrella shape in different de grees of fullness remains the type in skirts both long and short I The most practical all round dust coat of the inexpensive sort is to one made of mohair or sicellene Drown and russet shoes are having a triumphant career and will be undeniably the rough wear shoe for the summer season The semiempire skirt higher in the back than in front at the waist line will be worn by women who have a fine figure Striped effects are marked feat ures of tailor made suits at present and also are found in great variety in I the cotton materials Green is one of the leading colors in dress as in millinery and the lights and shades which come under this heading are infinite The heavier linens are being ex tensively used for the gulmpe prln cesse dresses and both design and material are ideal for young girls Patent leather is rather less worn than in past seasons but Iis always practical for the woman who feels she can not go in for fancy and dainty shoes Dotted pastlste has the double merit of being dainty and charming and of laundering to perfection and consequently is much in demand for plrlp dresses Silk petticoats are now showing more variety than they have for many years The distinctive soft rustle and swish of a silk petticoat has again asserted Itself What Is known as the new Empire skirt or the one that is extended up nt the back to give a short waisted effect is greatly in vogue and is al ways graceful and charming 11119 Jajno Otto 1uqunq apois as11up1o JatljJ Io aq ittt tJoamod oq amJ U u pun BUMoS pojoioa 1anp 10 spoiq japun IUOAV aq 111suoa lnad pa1oloa 1UUIIII1q10 63un3 Trimmings are almost entirely con fined to broad bands of insertion or embroidery on skirts or for the simpler materials bands of the ma terial cut on the bias form the trim mingThere are a great many materials used for childrens underwear but good quality cambric trimmed with embroidery is a well deserved favor ite It will endure a generous amount of usage yet IB light of weight and dainty in Effect THE LAST DAY This afternoon will bring to a close the most successful spring race meet ing in the history 01 the Louisville Jockey Club From the opening the sport has been clean and fast and reflects the greatest credit on Manager Matt Winn Secretary Lyman Davis Judges Price and Grainger and the other officials The feature on todays card will be the Kentucky Oaks but the other events are certain to prove interesting ELJZAnETIITQWJf The funeral of Patrick Da itt of Tunnel Hlli aged severityfive years who died of the infirmities of old age was held at Ellzabethtown on Monday Mr Davitt was formerly an employe of the L and N as watch man at the tunnel nt Muldraugh hill1 and was retired on a pension He isI survived by his widow and eight children Misses Fanchett Margaret and Ray Davitt of Louisville and Mesdames A D Conif and J F Gallagher and Messrs William and Anthony Davitt of Birmingham Ala- DISINFE01ANT To use in a sick room or in any room where a close musty or severef odor is noticed 4s to put ground coffee on a shovel with a bit of cam phor gum in tine center of it Light the gum vhioh is nonexploslve and easily ignited and allow ribs coif to burn with it A refreshing and sanitary perfume is the result DRINK FOR HOUSE The cellar of the House of Com mons is two hundred feet long and cart hold 200000 worth of wine Usually there is only a tenth of thisI amount stored Utensils made of the popular aluminum mastnever be washed with soda or their appearance will be hopelessly ruined 1 1t t i r t t i t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pal Week General Iew4 Noted organized mond fortIlemontheThe County Board met Thursday night at the hall of Division 3 where the delegates were given a most cor dial reception Miss Margaret Malla County Presi dent has organized a fine ladles di vision of the auxiliary in Holy Rosary parish Plttsburg The new division organized at Dayton Ohio begins its existence with thirtyfive charter members an prospects for many more organizedInbership of twentysix This Is the first in Kennebec county and its prospects are very bright Since April i Division 2 of Chi cago added seventeen new members to its ranks for whom a social ses sion was held Thursday night when all present drew for a 5 gold piece Division 4 meets next Wednesday night and every member should be surprJseisalso important business that needs attentionDivision 2 met last night and took steps looking toward further advancement Here the right spirit ia displayed and if continued the other divisions will have to work hard or relinquish the lead Last Sunday evening at Cincinnati the Hon Judge John Kelly the elo quent jurist of Milwaukee delivered a free lecture on Hlbernlanism at the Odeon under the auspices of the Hamilton County Board The Ladles Auxiliary in Our Lady of Sorrows parish in Chicago is con stantly increasing in members At the last meeting five members were initiated and the auxiliarys success will be celebrated June 18 with a social in the large hall of St Philips club house Twentyone new members were initiated and ten application received and P J Tlerney elected an honorary member at the May meeting of Ladies Auxiliary 1 in Jersey City At the conclusion of the meeting there was a reception and for several hours many young people and their parents enjoyed dancing What will probably be the greatest rally in the history of the Ancient Order of Western Pennsylvania will take place at Plttsburg next Wednes day when the annual reunion will be held National President Matthew Cummings will deliver an address as will several other notional figures The preparations have been made by a reunion committee of fiftyfour members Division 1 meets Friday night and the officers appeal to all members to be present For some time past the attendance has been very small and as a result the few who attend are becoming very much discouraged This is the mother division of the order in Louisville with a splendid record In its membership are many of the best Caitholic Irishmen in the city who should feel it their duty to attend at least one meeting each month Unless they do this the order is most certain to go back ward TROUBLE IN IRELAND Associated Press dispatches from Dublin say the annual sports tournament of the Royal Irish constabulary fixed to take place at the endof June has been postponed and all leave except for special reasons has been stopped Hundreds of recruits have been accepted and have commenced training for their duties in the con stabulary A batch of constables has left for duty in the disturbed area in the West All these incident are sig nificant of the seriousness of the con ditions arising from the agarlan agi tation eIRELANDS POPULATION According to an official return Is sued in reply to a question of a mem ber of the House of Commons the population of Ireland at the period between 1841 to 1901 was Census of 1841 population 8175124 1851 6562385 1861 5J98957 1871 5412377 1881 5174836 1891 4704760 1901 4458775 The es timated population of Ireland o June 30 1906 was 4387887 Droned meats are more nourishing than tried meats sad roasted meat l ww- t BE SURE TO CALL FORti H H McKENNAWHISKY d PUREtD H McHenna f Distiller Fairfieldy FRANK FEHR BREWINGCO21TC- OI2POI21fIIf t v Brewers and ottlerslLOUISVII E KTT PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TIDLSPI303KS SO Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR D ERSENFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE 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standard twelve months in the year Phone an order Our Special Quality Coffee 3 Ibs for 50c Our or Mixed Tea per lb45c MTJJLLO ROASTER tales W MARIdST STREET st S8QfIT- h6 Glias ft Rooors BOOK GO + PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Xfinest of their kind in the city TO BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefferson Street + + OC 0O QO0 LARGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN Shorthandand TypewritingReliable System Black as taught at this institution is a acquisition to any person A stepping stone employmentSpencerian COMMERCIAL SCHOOLlIftS IPLYCEItNCORPoUtraa UaIM IfaHeullt k tteg1 PnII4tIIL l9xetsiaraeraarrlsaspeaeat HOUSECLEANERS DELIGHT Home and office cleaning made a ptcasure and satisfaction when MAGIC VENEER GLOSS It used on 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SONaMARKET STREET EET THIRD AND FOURTH INCORPORATnD SAMPLE OF DRESS SKIRTS AT PRICE 298 for Skirts Worth 400 and 500 398 for Skirts Worth 6 and 750 When you can buy a wellmade stylish skirt for half price is a bargain opportunity that comes but seldom Are you going to be wise and act accordingly Think it over carefully All of the skirts are plaited models in various style plaitings materials are allwool Panamas Sicil ians in black navy and brown neat check or stripe lightweight tropical suitings Skirts that made to sell at 400 500 600 and 750divided for quick selling two bargain lots The 4 and 5 Skirts for 298 The 6 and 750 Skirts for 398 OO e ttYtonalo+tty = IMPORTANT CHANGES Proposed In Articles of Incor poration of Trinity Council Trinity Council held a very Inter esting meeting Tuesday night at which plans for pushing work on the new club house on Baxter avenue were freely discussed The council has been making favorable progress under the administration of Presi dent Joseph Conkllng who Is ambi tious to place Trinity Council in its own home before his term expires With this end in view it is proposed to make amendment to the articles of incorporation whereby the council will be enabled to increase its indebt edness from 1000 to 15000 and al lowed to mortgage its property The amendments will be voted upon at the meeting to be held on June 18 of which notice will be sent each mem berThe other business was of a routine nature with the exception of the report relating to the White City out Ing on June 17 which promises to be a decided success as all the members are working energetically to bring out a record breaking crowd that day USEFUL LIFE ENDED Patrick Ford Succumbs After Long Suffering With Cancer Patrick Ford aged seventyseven years one of our most widely known and respected citizens passed to his eternal reward Monday morning at ibis home 1554 Pope street after an illness of four months with cancer which was borne with the patience and fortitude of the Christian The deceased was born in Ireland but for sixty years Louisville had been his home While a young man Mr Ford engaged in the teamingand contracting business being quite successful and able to retire about ten years ago While his death was not unexpected the sad news caused a feellrfg of gloom to pervade the East End where he was known to everybody and was held In the high est esteem Surviving him are three sons the Rev L B Ford assistant pastor of St Patricks church John M Ford of the No2 Chemical Engine Company and Dennis Ford an L and N engineer and five daughters Misses Maggie Mary Julia Anna and Agnes Ford The funeral took place Thursday morning from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament of which was a pioneer member Rev Father Ford was the celebrant of the solemn high mass of requiem and assisting in the sanctuary were many of the ocal clergy- FONTALNE PERKY The coming week at the Ferry promises to record a redletter page in the history of the popular amusement resort The list of attractions announced are of the highest stand ard and ought to prove great drawing cards A pleasing announcement is the engaging of Pierce and Roslyn known as The Two Toreadors as soloists is the free band concerts given every afternoon and evening by Cooks Band This pair of well known vaudeville stars appeared at the park theater not long ago and scored a big hut They will sing in costume and introduce a number of new songs as they alone can But it will be around Hopkins Pavilion where the storm center of amuse ment will prevail Mabel McKinley will be the name set down in heavy black type on the programme Miss McKinley is a niece of the late President The balance of the pro gramme wilt be in keeping with the headline attraction Beglnnnp with the performance afternoon there will be the usual two per formances dally throughout the week SILVER EASILY iPut your silver in a pan cover it with thick sour milk and let It stand halt an hour Wash and rinse The silver will then be bright as new This la better than scouring SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oln the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusick CourthouseTreasurerCharles J FInegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph Lynch FInancial SecretaryJohn T Kean eYe DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings erf Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and1 MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh SecretaryJohn Morri s Financial Secretary John 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daaiel J Dougherty SergecntatannsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl Matt Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial pcretary R E 0 sum van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenlnan SergeantatArmsUobert Mitchell Sentinel Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfaua Hall County President Lonis Constan tinePresldentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret ryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J O Cole Y 31 I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Erenlga at Clu House 530 Twentysixth Street President CBea J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ten Reed Financial SecretaryFrank 0 Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Prod ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andriot Outside Sentinel Oorge Bartsch KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where delegatestonext August Messrs Jerome Crow Icy James Maher and Frank Houli han being from Chicago Gulf Coast Council was instituted last Sunday at Biloxi Miss with sbrtyfive members The ceremonies concluded with a banquet for the local and visiting Knights and their lady friends The Knights of Conn are planning to honor one of the founders of the organization James F Mullen who was the first Grand Knight of the order Jt is proposal to erect a monument to his memory The pleasing feature of the Mon tana State Council at Anaconda was the social session given by the Hiber nians at which the delegates were the guests of honor A splendid pro gramme was given refreshments were served and a dance enjoyed The leek is the emblem of Wales and the thistle of Scotland The United gtateshas BO national flower Our Can dies are pure and toothsomePopular Prices SALE HALF The and also some were into deceased tomorrow GLEANS Hession William Hartford MACKIN COUNCIL Choral Club Greeted By An other Magnificent Audience Mackln Councils Choral Club re- peatedi its comic opera Tuesday night at the Mary Anderson Theater and scored its greatest success Such was the interest that even though following two recent performances of the piece a full house witnessed the return engagement which was in compliance with numerous requests The cast was the same as before and the players acquitted themselves perTthe previous ones consequent upon further preparation and greater familiarity with the roles This was Mackins most ambitious undertak ing and so proud were the members over its success that they entertained banquetThursdaand next Monday night they will be given n complimentary dance at Fon taine Ferry Because of the opera the council did not meet Tuesday night Mackin will always feel grate ful to Hev Vincent Falls who first suggested the idea and got together the Choral Clu- bOFFICERS ELECTED Letter Carriers Pleased With Treatment Received Here The first biennial State convention of the Kentucky letter carriers which met in this city last week came to a happy close Thursday ThursdayYafternoon election of officers was held and the following will serve for the next toyearsIPresident N T Chisholm Vice PresidentPaul G Kuhl Secretary John S Emmons TreasurerW J Petot SergeantatArms Harry M King ofNewportThe honored John S Emmons one of the most popular carriers in the Louisville office by election as delegate from the State conventionbthat meets next September During their stay the delegates were entertained in the real Kentucky way and so pleased were they that when the selection of a place had to be made for the convention two years hence all Toted for this city At all the ses sions the best of feeling prevailed and throughout the State the mem bers are fully satisfied with the work of their delegates I DEATH IN SLEEP While the members of the family were temporarily absent from her bedside Monday morning Mrs Mary Connors passed peacefully to her eternal reward She had been 111 for a long time and her death had been expected for several days Mrs Connors was a native of Ireland and was seventyfour years old Her husband Patrick Conners died several years ago and she made her home with her son John J Connors of 320 Illinois avenue Jeffersonvllle Her only other survivor Is a daughter Mrs Sibbie Connors of Louisville Wednesday morning her funeral took place from St Augustines church Rev Father OConnell officiating at the solemn obsequies ANOTHER VICTORY In the twelfth annual tournament of the Bluegrass which was conclud ed Saturday at Springfield the St Marys College team won the base ball championship defeating with representlag professlonals Collegians and covered himself with gloryI DESTROYS TilE INBUOTfl It flowers or ferns are drooping take an unburned match with swb1 pbur ead down and place In dirt sear the plait AM Me 4Mt thiflg fer aay plait aa It Icllte all Jiseeti eeewwwweewweeeweeeewe JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Carpets Rugs i Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS Homes Furnished Complete iNow 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 toouradvantage to purchase here We would qualityfromalwaysbemarks 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 liner 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 wewwoe eeweeeeeeeweeweeeeeeeew fl 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 arc made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 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 ooo By reason of being out of the high rent district g WI are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each s s pair of shoes you buy rl 400 Values for 300 =I Jf350 Values for 250 == i V o Haager Shoe Store = 307 WEST JEFFERSON I Ar 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 BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street I FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager UBADQUARTBRS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Seasonr SpringLambI I productsIAlbert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES IOtIOTITY TO XOAfff CUMB PHONE MAIN 2l Beam I Law Bldg Center slidd Green mm THE ONLY SHOEPOLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALEr7JY ALl DIBAil DRJT CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing ForgetSCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSe SHOEING Ilersss CsI1e4 JIW si4 1Iily4ghl Oltto IW W touiwity 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