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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN L i VOLUME XVIII NO 2lf LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 15 1907pRICEFIVE CENlSi 1 EXPECTATIONS That Prevent Irish Part From Open War With tho LtburnlH Extreme Doubt IB Expressed Over University Educa tion Question Languaco and Industrial It vlval Will Save Race From Decny PRACTICAL WORK RUST BE DOME There are indications in the Parlia mentary reports and correspond ence says the Dundalk Democrat that re lations between the Irish party and the Government have been consid erably strained by the decision of the recent convention The Liberals are by no means pleased by the conven tions contemptuous rejection of their council bill It is undoubtedlyl a w severe blow to the prestige of the tiGovernmentother hand arc as disappointed and a as disgusted as any man ut home in Ireland by the wretched character of the longexpected Liberal proposals as regards Ireland One thing staysy II rcpo1rM 1C1rolces from open oplw rnn that is the expectation of certain minor measures of Irish reforn- promised by the Government Ware c to have a bill for settling tin evictecl tenants question an amending land bill perhaps and it is even hoped in some quarters flint the Lib erals may deal with the question of Irish university education This lat ter is extremely doubtful Open war has not been declared between the Irish and Liberals but we are glad 4tonotice that the party abstained front giving any support to the Cow ernment 011 the army proposals this week The only fault we find with this attitude is that it is not carried farther Most of us arc old enough to re member the last Liberal administra tion when the party we used to call the Irish Whigs but of course we have ceased to call any names of that sort held the Liberal GovernmenUn the hollow of its hand but forebore to squeeze it and consequently got nothing Poor Justin McCarthy and his advisers many of whom are sftillI prominent members of the Irish Parliamentary party played the foolish game of trusting tile Liberals The became n mere ttail of the Whigs and obeyed the crack of the Glad stonian whip every time Well there is no excuse for playing that game now John Redmond who is no Chairman of the reunited party w a- in the days we speak of the leave of a little band of nine Irish members who stood for the policy of independent opposition Nine men could do lit tie be they never so determined but eightytwo earnest and resolute men can do much to make the Irish cause discussionyDt Westminster even with so very strong a Government in office The essential is to come back to the oldI policy of independent opposition and give no Government rest or truce un til the Irish demands are met in honest real earnest At home there 4s undoubtedly feeling of soreness and unrest be cause the masses of the people hadI expected something in the shape of a home rule measure and they are laboring under bitter disappointment But the disappointment teaches that there Is need of more vigor in our political action We must put more 4 strength behind our blows We mustI I see what can be done at home while our representatives at Westminster do their duty as we want It don There is plenty of room for practieal1 work and for the policy of selfwhich does not at all mean carping at and finding fault with our neigh bors as some seem to imagine We cant be nil members of Parliamentt or political orators or writers Butt there is practical work ito be done that all can do and that work ia comprised in the programme of Irish Ireland The soundest and most c fundamental work of aUthe Irish industrial revival calls for the intel gent and earnest cooperation o every man and woman who desires ito see the remnant of the race saved from slow starvation and de cay The language revival movement calls the young people to erec against the invader the sure border of a national language The work the done is work for earnest selfde nying men and women who realize the almost desperate condition of things anti see rthnt a continuance of the steady decay which has been going on for the past sixty years will 1 despite the work of the politicians1 r leave no Irish nation to fight or to labor for in a generation or two more We nave trusted over much in politics good things and ncces nary in their way and in politicians who have done their best for us BO far pollalonet tIcs the sooner we realize that sanely and RO to work each for himself anti for Ills neighbor the sooner will therdrain of ithe nations life be stopped anti itho work of building up its strength begun SAYKRQUINKER + Q JTIt marriage of XII Mattle 8sye rand LMlto Qulnker will be colam J 4 0l aired at St Anthonys church twen sixth and Market streets Tuesday morning at 9 oclock The ceremony will boperformcd by the Very Rev Mgr Joseph Schrcmbs V G of Grandi Rapids lIch an uncle of the bride Louis Sayer n brother of the bride will bo best man nnd Miss Katie Bauer the maid of honor The ush ers will be Messrs Chas Schuchard John Boland Leonard Wessell William Gibson of New Albany Ed Yea ger and Robert Fisher of Evnnsvllle Ind cousins df the groom Follow fiecepflan i ImmediatefamllJ Saerlhefi Mackin Council and holds a responsi LewisCOmllnn GrandRnplds sister16theya friendtIRISH GAMES And Annual Summer Fcsil val ofthe Ancient Order of Hibernians The committees arranging for the Irish national games and the annual summer festival1of the Ancient Or er of Hibernians which will be held at tfnaweb Park at the end of the MondayJulywell peoplespendn plensant day in the country dtvlthnwlialeittIrish race is famous aNlug dancing etc Spec n1 a twill be provided for yountfaird t and much interest will center Int3 ball game between teams made ii of members of the four local divis ions At the last meeting of the lEx ecutlve Committee the following sub committees were named Games Thimas Dolan 1Vtlin Median John Hession John J Barr Dancing Jon L Lenihan Tlnom j D Clines John Keaney John Morris TheaterrGeorge J Butler Tame Kilkelly Joseph Lynch Dave Iteilly Advertising 1 J Coleman George J Butler Peter J Cusick Joseph L Lenihan The tickets see now really for dis tribution to the members mum as the admission fee will be but ten cents it Is expected there will be a gather ing that will number well up in the thousands Whatever is from this celebration will be pjriced I In the fund for the entertainment the State convention that meets here next year SUDDEN DEATH Joseph Cunnln han Is Strik FailuresIn Chicago The wide circle of friends and acquaintances of Joseph Cunningham were painfully shocked when they learned last Friday morning that he had died suddenly dn Chicago the preceding evening from heart failure Deceased was fortysix years oldIi and was well known throughout the city For several years past Mr Cunningham was connected with the local papers but recently accepted al position in Chicago and at the time of his death was representing the bigr Benzinger publishing house After completing Ms days work and while returning to report he suddenly felt faint and expired In a few minutesI after entering the home of Mrs Elizabeth Theblan on West Forty third street tesad news as only on the morning of his death letters of the most cheer ful and encouraging nature were re celved from him by his wife andl family The remains arrived Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon the funeral tools place from St Louis Bertrands church Mr Cunningham was born in this city and was highly educated In his early manhood held good position with the L Rand was for years one of the chief Quartsfn villa under Col Williams and with that officer to Cuba at breaking out of the war Cunningfcwas almost prostrated when the ne + of her bereavement was broken her Besides the wife three chll dren Miss Eugenia Anti James and1t Raphael Cunningham survive him residing at 742 Zane street Joe Cunningham has a number of good traitsI of character and woes generous to a fault anti everywhere leis sudden death is deeply regretted HAVE LITTLE HOPE The French press In general approves the prudent tone of the arilnil dton of Frances position at the com I I HagueIForeign Minister Plchon It agrees I that there is little prospect of accomplishing anything definite in the question of the limitation oJt arm meats which is1 considered illMory The Teiup fa of the opinion that ritormurIai ina hthe attempt put nation Upon an ecpwHt is ar I IJ chimerical as to try to place tall viduals upon an equality Darwin j and not Rousseau is right declares pessimisticiwarfare and points out that the century old con trot ersy between Great Britain and the Continental powers Is not likely lIngueItwrong to raise the hopes of the public when the results cannot fulfill them M Hanotanx ex 111nhyer of Foreign Affairs one of the greatest French authorities on diplomatic matters adopts a similar tone in an article In a weekly review He considers compulsory arbitration or the limita ImagnificentIdealelse could be expected of n country that has so lost confidence in religion as has France ST XAVIERS COLLEGE TwentyFour Young Men Will Graduate Thursday Night St aviers College conducted by the Xavierian Brothers and recognized as one of Kentuckys most sue cessful educational Institutions willI 1hold its twentyfourth annual com rncncement in the College Hall of the iinstitution next Thursday evening at 8 oclock when graduation honors will be conferred on the following young men Philip M OBryan Karl 1 1 Gob mAnn Joseph A Fitzgerald Albert T Bissmeyer George V Gravies Charles- P Gerard Clarence J Murphy John j Furey Bernard J Hlggins Richard J Henehey Paul A Ott Raymond A Schuman George L Mullinix Jo Pjnnes Lawrence W Kieffer j it yt 111 rte George 11 Wroek C lIO tz WIlliam A 8vleSl11irestI Charles A Ti ISchweers j One of the principal fiTKtu evenings programme i8 the ora otical E1ncosnsarJ I orations Richard J Henchey will have for his subject The Greatest of American Poets Lawrence W Kief fer Mother See of the West New man lloertz The Patriarch of the West Sylvester J Ford VirginiasI Noble Hero Joseph P jmno the salutatorian will speak on Tine War on Christianity while Then and Now will be the subject of the dictory to be delivered by Raymond A Schliman The alumni address will be delivered by Thomas A Bohan off the clatfs Of 1880 and the address of Very llev Louis G Deppen and the awardfnHofwill conlude the interesting exercises GOOD NEWS Rev Father Brady Will Break Ground Soon For New Church The Kentucky Ilrsh American this week brings to the good and generous a people of St Cecilias parish the welcome news that their pious b energetic pastor the Rev A Jf Brady will soon break ground for the erection of the large and handsome 1 church that will take the place of the present edifice From a reliable J source it is learned that it is the 1in tendon to begin in the very near fur ture and push to completion thet foundation Work will then be sus pended until next spring but when then resumed there wll be no letup until the people of that congregation are enabled to occupy one of the finest churches in the Louisville die ceseFather Brady has had much expe nuhro ber of churches in Kentucky but to every one It is apparent that he desires to make the new St Cecilias the crowning work of his life For some hopefor nanciered with rare ability communi ty that he may enjoy the fullest NaIl za lon of his ambition ALIVENDivisionl 3 A O H Received LasttheWeek mattoU t gave substantial evidence that Presii dent Coleman and his men are very much alive to the best interests of the order Thomas Farrell and James Loftus were elected to memberahi and the Visiting Committee reported that Patrick Grogan who met with an accident was getting along very nicely and that there were none on the sick list The many members in attendance were much enthused when Edward appJlcaiJonsforment that he had good prospects for as many more in the near uhtre All were urged to continue the work to increase their number nod the other divisions are asked to watch Division thear4 f rogramuietb41t if membersto oi y welcome v n- j i MARRIAGE Declared Sublime Contras Transcending All That Is Material Rev Alexis Goddamns Divorce and Holds Marriage Bond SacrediL 1 Quotes Gospel to Show Former Has fro Placoiin Christian Church t 1I WARRING AGAIHST MARRIAGESt i fInnf marriage and divorce during the recent mission at the Church of St John the Baptist in Syracuse the eloquent Father Alex 1 is had this to say The question of marriage is as important to the State aa to the Individual for the prosperity of the former depends upon It We have only to open the pages of marriagetoDisorders in conjugal life Infected society with the maladies that eventually ruined the State Marriage besides being a state in life is a contract whereby by mutual consent an indissoluble union is formed between man and woman tb live gemutualand bring up their children in the love and fear of god Wherefore says Christ a man shall leave father and mother and shall cleave to his wife and they shall be two in one flesh Other contracts that are Sjfrmed by men cnn not compare with gj pntract of marriage All other eoitrafireeard external life and property T4ie marriage contract re girds the hetflrth soul it is a donation of the body1IIl and affection for better and for worse r sickness and health till death doitpnrtThe contrncttouchespours his divine benedictions upon 1 ot overshadows with protection othitnt of the State and may be broken at its subjectto1 uble The consent of Ifie contracting parties can not annul it The State can not dissolve it the church can breaktheThereIsand heaven as divorce The gospel1 of Jesus Christ knows no such thing as divorce The true church of ChnI s i Christlano curse What God hath Joined tt gether let no man put assunder In his very first sermon Christ emphasied the law that the man th putteth away his wife maketh her Ito commit adultery and he that shallI marry that is put away commltteth keynoutto e mnrrlageAtI came tempting him Matt Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause He answered saying man in the beginning made them male and female and he said for this cause shall a man leave father and mother and they shall be two in one flesh What therefore what GodI hath joined together let no man put asunder The Pharisees then thought they could ensnare him Why thenI did Moses command to give a bill of divorce and so put her away Christ triumphbyof the hardness 6f your hearts suffered you to put away your wives soandbqforadultery Christ wlll not allow divorce hardness of heart or no hardness of heart The clause used nthplace except it bo for fornication has been misinterpreted by many advocates of divorce and they believe this crime as sufficient reason for dissolv- Ing the bond But such Is not thefit teaching of Christ The parties may separate but the bond is not broken Mark x and Luke xvi omit the clauseI altogether The meanlg of Christs words are explained by Paul vii as long as the husband llveth she is bound by the law and if while herdhusband teeth she bo with anothe- she shall be called an adulteress Divorce was hardly ever heard of in the Christian world till 1530 when Luther gave Philip the Landgrave of Hesse permission to have two wives and when Henry VIII divorced him APr ragon today the statistics of the United States show thatthere are nenr ly 40000 divorces every decade Ninetyfive per cent of these marry again 65 per cent of these have granteemarriagesand the Gospel and the true church are adulterous unions This crime divorce is bringing down the curse God on our countrYI It is robbt homes of happiness and children existence I marriagesFatherchurch condemn mixed marring because religious common sense condemn them The portico are to be one in +everything they Ilve in lhlsame house bring up the mime chil1 p xs- t dren why not pray before the same altar There should be union 1 faith as well as in everything elses Again mixed marriages are a men ance to faith The Y M C A tIn- gathering the statistics of mixed mar dtscoverothatmixed marriages were neither Cath olics Wovebaptized Infidelsn a Catholic and a Protestant is not o CathoUcdoesntProtestantMEDAL FOR WOMAN Irish Factory Worker Risks Her Life and Saves Aged Man Although she is the first woman iin the United States to receive a medal from the Government for bravery tin risking her own life to save another Miss Mary Oulnan of Middletown N YV was apparently not in the least perturbed when the news came to her time other day She has been employed in n shirt factory there for the last eighteen years She Is about forty years old and with n sister is the sole support of an aged and in firm mother and n little nephew and niece December 19 last when Miss Guinan was returning from her work riatc Runyon an aged grocery merchant- of the city standing on the Erie railroad tracks at Montgomery street waiting for a train to pass The train was going west and Runyon did not approachingMiss r and stooping under the gates pi the aged merchant off theIeastbound track as the train rushed past The two were then in a space of less than three feet with a train rushing past at high speed on each side Miss Guinnn held the old nviu firmly until one of the trains passed and then assisted him to the sidewalk Miss Guinan went home without giv ing her name and told no one about the incident Hut the spectators told of her brave net with 1he result that the Intrraiali CoMireree Commlssin awarded War the blrae medal SiANDJHRLS1 1 J1 j 1 l trsgeren r+ l St CeclllaTomoirow Morning I II Tomorrow morning at St asbthere will be witnessed one of the most inipresslve as well as Inspiring ceremonies of the Catholic ciiurc- At li 8 oclock there will be a solemn high mass sung by the pastor Rev Father Brady assisted by deacon and auU deacon at which sixtyfour ho pleasimuntou In addition to this the school children who have for some tlo0 first time in this diocese render the Gregorian chant as directed by the AltaSociety will have the sanctuary pro fusely decorated with flowers and brilliantly Illuminated and a tar congregation is certain to be present at the mass Father Brady and the Sisters have spent much time in pre paring the boys nand girls for this i1m portant event and will doubtless be congratulated by all in the parish on the result Next Wednesday the school chllj dren will be given a picnic on the school grounds when they expect their parents and friends to be with them and have a good time There will be an abundance of refreshments and many games and amusements but on this occasion there will be noI admision fee charged BASE BALL Archbishop Blenk Will Um erpigs Game Played For Charity lOne of the events of the New Or leans summer season Is promised I June 30 when the festival and baseI ball games will be given for the bene of St Michaels church at Athlet Park The affair promises to be one of the most unique in the history oft outdoor sports the game being ar ranged between priests of the New Orleans archdiocese and being umplr by His Grace Archbishop James Blenk At a recent dinner Hat ofrStt Josephs parish to Archblshpo Blenk the subject of umpiring the ball game was broached to Ills Grace who kindly took to the proposition and volun leered his services because it was for a charitable purpose1 at the same time stating that baseball was a harti less amusement and saw no reason why he should not act as umpire In addition to this game the politicians Jill forget the cares of office and become ball players Mayor Martin Behrman having kindly consented to umpire their game NUPTIALSofofOt t f8 thoLI In Chattanooga and Nashville of the approaching marriage of William Oleage managing editor of the Ch tanooga News and one of the best known young men in Tennessee and iOV11LOullvlUtt 7- r made her home In Nashville Then wedding will take place at Nashville June 19 and will be quietly solem nlzed In the presence of only a few relatives and intimate friends Rev churchdorlgt isrand 1 formerly Secretar ofthe Louisville Publlie wharehouso ont Hagancgroom has Clmattnnoogn InTennesseei ANNUAL PICNIC People of St Michaels Will Celebrate at Scnnings Park Committees are busy arranging for the annual picnic for the benefit of St Michaels church on Brook street SennlngsPnrkintention to make this affair one that will interest the people of the entire city nod for this purpose many handsome and valuable prizes will be distributed among the holders of tickets which will cost only twen tyfive cents Among the prizes are n load of coal box of cigars gold ng half barrel of flour beautiful table nice nicker ueautlful vase fine urn water cooler sliver spoon and a dozen cabinet photographs The lady selling the greatest num her of tickets will receive a fine din mood ring and the one selling theGnext hi nest number willrecehe a costly gold ring There will be music and ninny amusements with n fineI dinner for twentyfive cents anti lunches and refreshments at reasonable prices This should the cpienlehelp Father OConnor and the earnest workers of his congregation USEFUL LIFE ENDED Frank P Shcehan Unable to Rccove Prom a Third Operation lthC death of Frank P Sheehan the1inJexcellent young man Fourteen years ago he came to this city rising step by step until he had become one of the prominent men in the distillery jneRS Last winter his health be gatn to1me was compelled to underperatiens JLslung spell that followl11the last one prov r 1 ticingofsotnrncticalefirmgwasnincor ca9 g IrestdeutThompson in view othedhard work which Mr Sheehan Ifiji done matte him Secretary and Trea urer both of that company and the Glenmore Distilleries Company arof OwensbOro one of the largest dis tilling plants in the State Eight years ago Mr Sheehan was mart geto Miss Ida Belle Gossom of Bowl ing Green His married life was ideal and he seldom spent nn ere ing away from ids family Two ch drenl and his wife survive They are Frank J Sheehan Jr and Mildred Sheehan The funeral was held from St Mary Magdalens on Wednesday morning flew Father William Gause Pull officiating at the solemn cere monies WHO WILL WIN Mackin Council to Elect Del1 cgates and Initiate Class The fact that Mackin Council will elect Its five delegates to the Gras Council next Tuesday night assures a largely attended and spirited meet ing This year the convention of the Kentucky Jurisdiction will be held at Owensboro and there is not a ber of Mackin but would sacrlfi much for the honor of being leTuesday night the club house was thronged to hear the interesting and DrWilliampopular In the West End Job Kemper who has been absent from the city for three years was also present and had only words of cheer for his old friends Two applications were received and Secretary Hancock called attention I to the report from the Supreme Council thelargestj entire United States President Sand announced that all preparation had been made for the initiation to take place Tuesday night when the degrees bigclassm will bo added to Macklna roster FarreItClareneeZookCharles WeberVmasuggestionsserved to keep things going from tthe start deCONFIRMED InatanapollB a anatd Borries pfreto1lbanyr visits St ewAFbanyconfirmation teerTices anti mint tkrsa t1o Brameat Qqul e aclasF- n SILVER JUBILEEI Knights of St John DirectionsJefferHonvllle With the Catholic Kn They Formed Most Impo lug Parade Only Three Commauderie tered the Prize Contes Drill LOUISY1LLB MADE A PINE sao The silver jubilee celebratloi Knights of St John last afternoon was the most impo fair vitaJeffersanc much rejoicing and good tech the part of the Catholics of tI The thunder storm that pronoun kept away many Irqm 1 and New Albany but stilt ti a large attendance the through which the commands companies marched being t with arrangetnthe rigtheytail being perfect and nil pass with the best of feeling W the Indiana commanderies each was represented business meeting that preci parade and drill Excursion trams were rui number of railroads un l eai day tits streets present ranted appearance Ther manderies from Evanavi strong fife and drum coi attired in neat white unii from Batesvillc accompari company of cadets and a br one from Mt Vernon one fl Albany and the five from Jji under command of Col Poppe panled by the two hnnilsorm formed companies of the Knights of America led U Helchert and cal McGinn mantled by Captts GusvKauel Hund The varuus comrrr rendezvoused at the rink n after 2 oclock the order to tall in Fact eomp assignedthen j to Warder Park where a frhtsm ssi street the spectacle- agntfieent one A the stars and j breezaIa1Mes glemjng h ti ler and mode tliptdbe hard to ec tideonI+ who 4ltlhi t ytiilto 5iCte fRrl w er contest 1yaa3 d Time e1 ecte were On1J Rlef burg Ca 6 ss 1V- Jeffersanrc pJaaa Twoomey of tine se Battalion Adjttfn meat Indian There was but contesting for t No 843 Evansv vllle 250 tho in that order 50 time second was to hare- commandery 1 compete Eac updBreen and St of Louisville 4 planes and if certainly have prize The ncen ner visitors were Georges m tanned in aVn calhi Jefferson COB Tomorrow laying of tilt Holy Trinity street near Bar placo with im When complet handsome edifli zeal and energy whfineRight RevBls- offlclnte and ma clergy will assist FIRST CLOt St Junib- dfarketstreet annual closing day afternoon sides jridivicH lsessen tc by it1- 1inItin Kalall Ijopei iirg TUGKY IRISH flMERIGtlN d to the Morel and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans TUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SCRIPT ON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered it the Louisville Ppjtofflce as Second Cless litter rest ill Commutlcitloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West drees St TRADES COUNCIL LLn Ky SATURDAy JUNE IS 1907 WOULD UNITE PARTY in ng the past ten days strougs re has been brought to bear Joy Beckham to appoint Dr Fowler as Mayor of this cttr i all parts of Louisville therea anlmous desire that he do soa wler has the Indorsement of st element of Louisville for the ally Upon every side and by sses it is recognized that he Is of sterling qualities possessed high sense of honor and Is if a high order of ability andt ltly fitted for the Important TloliOAdvocating Dr Fown mpointmcnt regard him as the t txn to bring the warring fac It the Democratic party to In this city one who would 1 ty to the office and prelrllge ganlzation professionals business and icn it is the general opinion lion or could not be bcstowed ore worthy man With his irjence and well known in e believe Dr Fowler would n administration that wuulet e to his party and grent the cityThe fact that 1Dr enjoys the confidence and of the State as well as tne d has the friendship of e3cb y leader makes him the logl Idate for the Mayors chnlr would unite the party no oubt and therefore a sert ike will be made if the rec he so richly deserves is not him j TilE LIBERALS in interesting study now jernian to watch the at ie Irish party toward the wing the present session rernment proposes raldlcal nts to the land purclllule 1903 which has shown somo defects In operation and pos me other promised and ro fsh legislation it is probnble rich members will malntala jvtJWude they have since met after the general ut if this Liberal Govern sea to introduce the Irish asures it has promised ana ihem to the next session of L then it will probably 1be fluty of the Irish party tll mined opposition to vetY t legislation introduced ineat with the solitary laws respecting the tyi J J itlsh workingmem Thii of curse bring abo Is but it seems ri t fierce flghthtgwb1 ry uneort3ble f arsubstantia rrUts And Ire- le crime ac alement of Mr Dir other clay than Eng or Walesi is refused 1t prfvifef bya Liberal controlling the de Administer English I the taxes paidI The Irish mem position at the 1 av be that wo of the lively House of Com 1 iG SCHOOLS j I j fro her youth 1 Lls Despite B the vast ma ary schools are carrying out mental science ictlon and do 1 art Of the fiction has deco I that of the itiwns OnlyII a quarter b WhAt is ment of four cen ls of ngrl I s Where ga at agrl tome distance 1 ten are given 1 More than a f farmers were- itinerantf in I short of 2000 goingrations X In three coun seventeen local- listructorst inl 1 growing have- propaganda fo J vegetableI I been ee been I fior lost are and one season fifteen hundred apiaries were visited Twelve thou pounds have been spent within tile last twelve months as premium on bulls Experiment stations are getting fine facts on potatoes fruit dairying A new Ireland thrifty wise as well as witty is being born John D Rockefeller is said to be behind the movement help mothers to leave the cities to find fresh air and proper food for their babies This be looked upon by many as n worthy charity but to us It would appear that were John and his kind to give the men who toll their jus compensation there would be no need of his Sea Breeze Rest for the poor babies of New York or any of the other large cities Alabama mourns the loss of her ablest and most conspicuous statesman For years Senator John TI Morgan had occupied the position of a national leader animated only by purposes which he thought were for the best interests of his State nnd country and everywhere his deatl Is deeply regretted The South will find it difficult to secure a man able to fill his place The Catholic Sun says that wha ever may happen to Moyer Haywoo and Pettibone one thing is evident about Orchard in the dispatches II ought to be hanged The sooner the world is rid of his kind the better for all DANIEL E CRONIN Popular Clothing Salesmai Goes With the Levy Brothers i Daniel E Cronin for the past stX years with the Mayfleld Clothing Company will hereafter be found it Levy Bros Third and Market where he has accepted a good position Dan Cronin is one of the really popular young men of the c1 Js kno yl to everybody iin Epb ii- I DANIEL CRONIN s1Uponthe Mayfield Company where he waS employed until made A splendid offer by the Levys Prominent in tbe Young Mens Institute and among the Hibernians he has a large persom following and will prove a valuabl acquisition to the force of his nev employers He would be pleased to have his friends call upon Qitm nov when ho can serve diem in a most satisfactory manner VINCEXTIANS The general communion day for the Vincentians of Louisville has been set for Sunday July 21 at St An thonys church where all the conferences will assemble and receive the sacrament in a body TRINITY ANNUAL OUTING The annual outing of Tinlty Com ell Y M I always an enjoyable and largely attended event will be held Monday at the White City This yeas the committees and members hopeisoutdo all past affairs and realize a handsome sum for the club house building fund ZION CITY LOST A years struggle it bring order out pf the chaos In that mammoth religious civic and Jndustrial experI- ment Zion City in Illinois has come to naught Events of the last week unmistakably have pointed to the approach of a climax and that prom ises to be the sale of the properties known as the Zion estate under the hammer When that crisis Is reached it will mean the end of an idealists dream a fanatics creation a theor Uiu project All of the elements breathed into hU work by John Alex Isenderjwkl and done will appear Such has- been the fate of naucu irreligious undertaklngB r r QNTUOK IRiSH ffiiRIOAN i SOCIDdY i of of Miss Cordelia hanger daughter of Col and Mrs J II Hanger is visiting at at Lafayette Ind Mrs David Hicks of Chicago wns In Jeffersonvllle this weelc visiting her aunt Mrs Murphy Thomas Welch and wife have returned from a visit to relatives in the vicinity of Stithton at Miss Frances Greenwell of New Haven was here this week vbtthjg her friends the Misses Ballard John Sellman and bride who wns Miss Adelaide Ross are at home to their friends at 1814 Preston street Mr D J Gleeson is expected ho Monday after a two weeks visit New vi a tie Jamestown Ex I sit Edward J Kelran and wife and Otliss Norma Kelran left last Sunday for a weeks visit with friends in Cln anti Mr G Bernar c con oP the German Bank has just returned from Frenck Lick Springs after a several days stay- Miss 1 Julia Shannon was the reclpI lent of much social attention in GIns cow where she was the guest of S rs Pual Baker Miss Mary Murphy has been hnvlng as guests at her home in Cllrton Misses Jennie and Annie Glover Mobile Ala Miss Mayme Eagan has been having a most enjoyable visit at Bnrdstown where she was the guest of her uncle T OSulllvan The Misses Flaherty of DardstownI have been the quests of Misses LBa and Katherine Evans of 1421 Twenty second street- Misses Bayless McCloskey and lary Slattery have been spending the week at Springfield Ohio the guests of Mrs C E Kelly P M Kelly of Salem Mass i nd Miss B Kelly of Utica N Y re- VIsiting Mr and Mrs Charles Reising at 1201 West Market street Mr William J Laffey formerly of this city but now of Memphis Tenn was here during thlg wstweeko vHitftrTelattrcrand friends Mr and Mrs Edward J Kelran Miss Norma Keiran have retur home after spending a very pleas week visiting friends in Cincinnati The marriage of Miss A 1 TKezii at a a colt Por loaf tf t A3 Monohoro f New Albany wl here in a rat roadclderitis now improvln iSely at Sts Mary and Ellzabet ospltal Upon the adjournment of the court for the summer season Judge Josep Pror and wife will go to Denver Where they will remain until the- fnU opening Mr and Mrs John Holland of Decatur Ala visited here while on their wedding trip and were the guests of Mr and Mrs Hail 1032 Hej burn avenue Adam Oberhausen and Miss France Raller young people of New Albany are to be united in marriage on ednesday morning June 20 in S1 arys church Messrs James M Treasy Gerhan ockhorst and Bruno Koehler Wll0 left last week for a trip to Europe snllC1 Tuesday from New York on- the Kaiser Wilhelm II The members of the Good Will Social Club spent a most enjoyabli evening and were most hospitably entertained by Miss Tillle Cuniff nt her home on West Chestnut street j Piss Mayme ONeill of Brecklnrldg street has been spending the Jnstr- fwo weeks in Dayton Ohio where- she Is the guest of her sister Mrs Edward Cowan who formerly residedI bere Ion J A Sullivan the eminent Richmond lawyer and member of theI I Democratic State Central Committee stopped here Wednesday to visit some frlenlls while en route home from st- Louis ttorney James J Fitzgerald whoa dangerously ill the early part of this week is now restln easy and- his physician says that he only needsI a little rest and relaxation to insureI hisi recovery trs McKenna of Fairfield President of the Nazareth Alumnae is the iresentatfve of that body at the- meeting of the State Federation of- Womens Clubs which has been meet Ing at Shelbyville since Thursday Edwin Keller and Miss Edna Marie Ireerin surprised their friends by- being quietly married on Thursday Qf last week announcement of wblch- was made by Mr and Mrs E T Irev- erin parents of the bride The young couple had been sweethearts for sometime past but their engagement was- kept a secret from their many- friends IThe wedding of Joseph McWHllams andI Nell Cunningham will take place at St Patricks church on Tuesday Junl 25 at 3 oclock in the afternoon Te attendants will be Miss Mayme Su11ltan niece of the bride and Jo- sephr Carey Both parties are wen- known I in the West End and are rec- elvlnjf the congratulations of many friends i- rs Anastasia Malone has issued invltotlons 4o the wedding df her Pretty daughter Miss Anasta la to- sHarry Bannon Casein on the njrarnlnjif t Sunday June 90 mt 0 clockata- thedral1h of the Assumption Mr J a- Cassin is a son of Henry Cassin assistant clerk of the United Stntes Circuit Court and is a young 1ma great promise A pretty June wedding will be 1 that Miss Manila Meurer and Albert Everhart which will be solemnized St Elizabeths church on Tuesc morning June 25 Miss Meuer is nn accomplished musician and was formerly organist of St Ellzabetbs church She is the daughter of 1 rand Mrs John Meurer 1200 ElUsoD avenue Mr Everhart is a weU known young business man of 1the of West End After a short trip Enst they will be at home to their friends 1118 Goss avenue I A wedding of much interest to East End Catholic citizens will be solemn ized next Tuesday when Miss Sarah Pontrlch will become the wife of EdII win Wunderllch the ceremony taking place at St Vincent de Pauls cburch at 3 oclock that afternoon Miss of Pontrlch 1s a daughter of Nlcnolas Pontrich the florist and is a ohnrm ing young lady of many attainments while the groom hold a responal111c position with the Seelbach Hotel Com to 1 thepuny After a bridal itour Jamestown Exposition and Eastern points they will be at home to their friends at 612 East Ormsby nvenuc The wedding of Miss Lillian Isabel Burke to Charles J Elbrlck of La grange will be solemnized at 1 tIle Church of St Frances of Rome at i oclock this morning Miss Burke isJJ a daughter of Edward J DUrle Lieutenant on the local police force Mr Elbrick is a roadmaster on 1 the i Cincinnati division of the Lou1sv111eI and Nashville railroad a graduate ot Vanderbilt University and is the son of Mr and Mrs Fred Elbrick off t Nashville Tenn After an wedding trip to New York extendedII ton and the Jamestown Mr and Mrs Elbrick will be at home at Lagrange The marriage of Mss Katherinc J Eschrich and John J Richards we11 known and popular young people of New Albany was quietly solemnized Wednesday morning at 0 oclock with a nuptial mass at St Marys church the Rev Father Borrles oUiclating Miss Mayme Eschrich sister of the bride and William Calhoun were the attendants Only the families of the couple and a few intimate friends attended the wedding Following the Church ceremony a wedding breal fast was served at the home of the brides parents after which the happy couple left to spend their honeymoon at Charlestown where they were tendered a reception Mr and Mrs Korte The bride innd groom will reside at Prospeot cand Union streets where they will baj at- d home to their rlendnII Lilliq1Ilaine1 I Berlhaws r ivenlTJune 17 at 4 oclock at St iri7ace church the Rev FattIer useblus officiating There will be- no attendants The ushers will be lessrs Arthur Shake Henry Kui fuss Herman Ruling and Adam Got brath The bride will wear a Ince rolc over chiffon and silk and will irry lilies of the valley Immedi ely after the ceremony a reception wttl be held at the residence of the Aides mother for the bridal party- after which they will leave for n short trip East After July 1 they wlll be at home to their friends at- the residence of the brides mother on Everett avenue until the comple- tIon of their new home on Wes roadway Miss Ella OBryan entertained for Miss Slater on Saturday with a linen showed On Wednesdaj Mrs James Carter gave her a dinner and this evening Miss Katherin SInter will entertain for her brIdal pnrty and the outoftowns guests onday Riornlng Mr and Mrs Clifford Wilson will give the bridal couple a breakfast SIXTEEN ADULTS CONFIRMED The Right Rev D ODonaghue Dlshop of Indianapolis confirmed a large class Including sixteen adults at St Marys church in New Albany Sunday morning High mass was celebrated by the Rev George G Bor- rles associate rector of St Marys ter which the confirmation exercises were held Bishop ODonaghue wai assisted in the services by the Very- Rev E M Faller rector of St Marys and the Rev Charles Curran rector of Holy Trinity and the Rev Father Koester WILL LAY TIlE DUST Phe Louisville Railway Company w111I hereafter sprinkle the streets along its right of way having or lered new sprinkling cars which will be added to the three now in use This action of the company will be- greatly appreciated by the public as It will enable the city authorities to sprinkle many streets that the Cormer system entirely neglected rhose streets over which the cars run will be sprinkled twice every day PREFERS THE CONVENT 1The debut in Paris society of Mrs Tony Drexels daughter Miss Margarita has been again postponed In- American circles it is said that the girlI has no desire to appear in society her sole ambition being to become nun in the convent where she was educated She is a lovely girl withllt- 1lghbrel face beautiful blue eyes- clenr complexion and a winning smile the idol of her parents who still hope that she may give up Jhe idea of entering a convent ELCOME TO ALL FRIENDS The eightyfifth annual graduating exercises of St Catherine of Sienna Academy near Springfield will take- place next Tuesday morning at 30- oclocl The Sisters will welcome all their friends to Sienna Heights- their beautiful new home The- 111umnae especially will receive a- warm welcome from their alma mater They will attend the commence mentexerclse in a body and will he preent at the social and official reunion r to be held on the following d9y Wednesday June 19 eiloumalmco bgk zflflff ffl iv 3 0- r r RECENT DEATHS For the second time in a short period death has made desolute the home of Joseph Cooney Monday bls Infant son James died from wnoopng cough and Tuesday the little body was tenderly laid to rest In St Louis cemetery The bereaved parents have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends in their sad affliction Michael and Ellen Dreen of Jet feraonville are mourning the death their infant son which occurred Sunday afternoon The little fellow I was their pride and hope and for them the most sincere sympath 8 I felt The funeral took place Tuesday morning and the remains were brought to St Louis cemetery for intermentFrom home of his son 1714 High avenue took place the funeral Albert OBrien Sr on Wednesday morning with requiem mass at St I Patricks church Deceased was a well known riverman sixtytwo years of age and Is survived by three sonS For two months he had been suffering from a complication of dlseasell and death was not unexpected The funeral of John Ryan took place from St Louis Dertrands church Monday morning at 9 oclock with a requiem mass Tedeceased of the Citywas a lifelong employe Railway Company and was a famlllnr figure to many at Fourth and Wal- nue streets where he acted as switch tender His pallbearers were com posed of fellowemployes and offl- I dials of the company Tho numerous friends of John Pflonn a well known motorman and brother of Mrs John M OhrlsweU were deeply grieved when tbey learned of his death last londnr after a brief Illness of appcndlcltls lie was an Industrious man and en joyed the confidence and respect of ills associates and employers His fu nearal took place Wednesday nfter noon from St Cecilias church Rev Father Brady reading the service The funeral of Mrs Ellen Warren McCollum widow of the late Sol1c Collum who died at her home on West Brcchinridge Street on Frldny night was held Monday at St J ary Magdalens church She was sixty years of age and was the dnughter of John Grant Warren of Florence Ala Mrs McColum had been nn Invalid for almost two years She le survived by two daughters t 111 Mary Ella Wall and jilLssJIlWi J- y McCollum W F Wp rte iCfi JIDonaldeDICr s W L ellPaul Minn are sisterst RIBBTrDELIVERS ADDRESS X 3r The commencement exercises of Ithe ifayette township schools were held Saturday evening in St Marys IlaIl near St Marys of the Knobs After the diplomas were presented by Prof Levi Scott the retiring County Superintendent the Rev Father Sermei heim rector of St Marys deUvered an address that was highly nppre elnted by the pupils and their pnr vts NAZARETH The Sisters and pupils of grand old Nazareth Academy have issued Invitations to the ninetythird annual mmencement exercises of that fam- OUs female educational Institution wMch occur next Thursday morning at the academy at Nazareth Friends of the academy are expected from rall- parts of the United States and the gathering will be a notable one BENEFIT EUCHRE A charity euchre the proceeds of- which will be donated to a well lcnown charitable purpose will be- 11eld Wednesday evening July 11 at Pfisters Hall Twentyfifth iClnd irket streets Mrs Daniel Cunlff and Miss Nannie Maddox ore the comm lttee of arrangements and they promise all euchre players an oppo nlty to win some handsome prize IMPORTANT QUESTIONS resident Joseph E Conkling of- Trinity Council Y M I requests a- fuUl attendance of members next Tueslay evening as the question of amending the articles of Incorporation will be submitted to the members The question of allowing the- council to mortgage its property will- also be considered at this meeting ICE CREAM SUPPER An ice cream supper and summe outing for the benefit of St Aloyslus church at Pewee Valley will be held Wednesday evening June SO at that- place The Louisville and Hasten way cars run to and from that- point every thirty minutes and- many Louisville friends of the pnstor- Ret Father Roes will lend their presence on that occasion- IIELBYVILLE GETS CONVENTION rilllam Kramer of Jeffersonvllle State President of the Indium Knights of St John announced this- week that the next State meeting of- that order will be held at Shelbyville the home of National President Peter P Fettfg The date for the convention has not yet been decided SHOLUI BE RETAINED hoever may have tle power of lntment vnCer the Court of Ap1 peals decUHa tlcre will be a universal lemanl for the retenti m of three en now In office They areCounh- Clerk Semontn City Tax Receiver- Shelly and Jailer Pflanz whose records have been unsurpassed in the lstry of the city LORD BALTIMORES LANDING A movement looking to the erection of a memorial at St Marys arylandito commemorate the land here in 1034 of Lord Baltimoresg atholla colony was inaugurated ate ecent convention of the Catholic voleht Legion in Baltimore A- oUOIl was adopted providing for the NINAWEB PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS Improved and beautified and with every modem 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 ZLIEOTRIOALLY ILLUMINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street ASKFOF FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE CUMB PHONE WEST 89HOME PHONE 7568 WHITE CITY lOcNew Electric ParklOc- REENGAGED CORA YOUNGBLOOD CORSON And Her Famous Band of 35WOMEN3Two FOUR FREE SHOVS TilE TIDBEAUT ZOUAVES THE BOISE FAMILY OF AERIALISTS MLLE TURNOUR TRAPEZE PERFORMER PROF RICES DOGS PONIES MONKIES FONTAINEFEf YK THE PARK BEAUTIFUL AiURh CiossFamily Resort Equipped win UptoDatc Devices of Amusemett Catering to Women and Children 1spcdally WEEK OF JUNE jay OREA VAUDrlLLE DILL W ARD IADD BLAND rrREKKBAND CONCERTS E AltractioEI In tree Fireworks Every Saturday at 9 p m IDEAL ROLLER RINK Dally Sessions 3O and 8 p m ADMISSION TO PARK FRBE PHOENIX HILL PARKI Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES fFORF PicnicsSocials Outings This beautiful park has been greatly Improved this season and is furnlsbed with new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the mnn igement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts READ THIS OVER My friend if you are not Insured yoi should be I represent the Old Rellabl New York Ilfe Insurance corcntllmnturd company which tJ74000CUO We now write only annual div idend policies and policies all Incontestable and nonforfeltable from date of Issue Wil meet you at yourof ice or residence any hou day or evening and fully and truly explait our pollclcs Your application wilt pleas me but will not be offended if you decline to apply Try met Call by either phone or letter Respectfully submitted OUAS O WOOD 1517 EVERETT AVE Office 405 COLUMBIA B1DO- PirONBSResldenceCumb East 893 Office Rome Phone UII7 Cumb Main H97 appointment of a committee com osed of members of the Supren ouncil of time order to take charge of time matter and the project will be made national in its character HINTS ON STYLE For general outing wear the par ama hat seems to have no rival Tailored shirt waists made in sill challle or wash fabric are now in1 ghest favor The new pinafore dress is not lIe coming to all women but it is exceedingly popular A great many hand embroidere hose are in great evidence when tho decorations will be in self tones Many flowertrimmed hats are exquisite enough for wear with the most costly and beautiful summer trocks Small flowers of many kinds are in millinery useParma violets wood violets cowslips forgetmenots jasmine etc For the sheer and dainty summer frock which makes no pretence of elegance the flowerladen hat is preeminently the thing The neck band of a shirt waist should measure from end to end one- anll onehalf inches more than the- slzo of the neck This allows for tIle lappingFor suits there is nothing- more satisfactory than linen It has all the coolness and comfort of n- foulard with the added advantage Umt it is washable Wide tucks are especially dimin gubhlng features urd particulary becoming to a tall figure It is quite- safe to say that tucks and banda- will be in throughout the summer for they lend themselves so well to- linens and other summer materials One tone striped materlllls in satin amII gauze crepe de chine and ohif fon silk mousseline and marquisette I other combinations make modish evening frocks and the stripe idea Is in evidence through rai the whole range of materials tough the fekln- stripes are less popular tbanthlw- ere last season arid theplefl nce- iiglven to onetone striping J nuU MENS 10 and 1250 OUTINGSUITS SUITSFor 5 H Recent purchase of 1000 suits from A B Kirsch baum Co carried over from last season sizes 3 I 34 35 36 37 and 38 none larger LEVYSTHIRD l LOUISVILLE IAIN ST HOTELe Bet6th7lh Strictly FirstClass Beth Plans Grill Room and Ladies and Gen eraens Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and recep tions OSS PARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors rolls Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to 1M WM Ea MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET RIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforptleptlc patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reu- onable For further particulars apply t- OTHhRMARYREGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Spsrks Avenue JeHersonvlllelad + I I I It t t t t t CumboPhone M389 Home Phone 2144r lIONICECREAMCO1MANUPACTURERs URE 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 i27633 EIGHTH ST I I t 111 t t t t t tit t I CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 2 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jtflirson Si Both Telophoaos 1080 Alf1 orders receive prompt attention grid etisCaction guaranteed The left aide of the face la nearly Jways more attra tTe thda the rir1 i t tit CA r- rr F S NT OKY IRISH E ANL J B TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrlag IIed o- Short 1531 W MARKET STREET 1111111 111 111 11111 11 11 J I I t I 1 1111 11 I 1 It It t t lran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor f Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Streeta I + MM +fHH + HH + 44 + 44 + + + H t + t D J DOUGHERTY S J McBMJOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I Cumb Phone thin 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED c TELEPHONE 452 ZOITI13TIILIO KY THOMAS KEENAN Funeraj Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 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 Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phones HEBBMAM BRO IMPORTERS VINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OFNELSONBO- TTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 SIxth Street VINES LIQUORS Clt- AftSiVALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prorr5ji Sot Lttftok wry morning trot 9H tiisao 0 clock i vr Q HeIcJIII Ito H- EtL r JL JUNEIs WEDDING INVITATIONSSee and prices- KENTUCKY IR1Sti- AMERICAN I 335337 West Green Street Home Phone 946 MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 50 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO B VENT Proprietor I ota spa Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCNI lmlNGE LOUIS WABNiTZ CO ffiprttirs 339 FIFTH STREET I 1 Ai j 1 L 6 Sf TtSyLissssssssssytsssrsssts c sssssssss1jssssstssssssw w N jGTJi1 US YOUR ORDER Iyy AA b 6 i t 11 = Asmllan h H i s OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET b t 1 s s- ssssssjsss1ssss1M N N NN I w INXXX xN N M x x x HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WcekOeneral- News Notes Division 4 has a large class of candi dates who are anxious to be initiated Jeffcrsonville and New Albany will be expected to turn out In a body over here on July 22 Division 1 met last night but the report of the proceedings will not appear until next week Division 2 continues to make progress Its members bringing in appli cations at every meeting Next Thursday night Division 3 will hold an interesting meeting All members of the order arc invited to be presentAll ladies are urged to attend the meeting of the auxiliary next Thursday night They will hear much that is interesting There should be an earnest rivalry between the four divisions to see which can do the most for the coming Irish games and festival John Ji OConnor former State PresIdent of Missouri has been pro moted to the position of Chief In spector of Customs at St Louis The four degrees were worked on a class of fifty candidates at Ports mouth N H on Sunday by the degree corps from Somersworth Division 4 of Syracuse is arranging I for a large initiation State Presi lent Dorsey seems to be booming the order everywhere in New York I National Director John P Kelly is at present making a tour through Ohio addressing various meetings held under the auspices of the various local divisions Worcester Hibernians have selected the Oval for their Fourth of July 1 field day and this year the general committee will have the assistance of the ladies auxiliaries Tom Dolan promises a day of fIeldjj sports that will surprise even those from the Emerald Isle He already J has a number of athletes in training for the national games next month Miss Anna Malta National Presi dent of the Ladles Auxiliary reports that order as making splendid progII ress and expects to surpass all forII mer records in her report at the next conventionTwo members attended I the divine service at St Patricks Cathedral New York City when the solemn high mass was celebrated for the repose of tIle souls of the dead of the order A class of 100 will be Initiated in September in Cinclnnnti when Matthew Cummings National President of the order Is expected to be present Why not bring him to Louisville at that time Wilkesbarrc Hibernians will have a big field day at Minooka Park on July 4 Games field sports speeches and other entertainment will form the programme Athletic champions from New York and other States will enter the contests The County Board meeting which was to have been held next Monday has been postponed The principal business for which the meeting was called was to elect a County President as John A Murphy Intends re signing That will be unnecessary as the County Vice President succeeds to tube position ELEGANT BANQUET I Mackin Council celebrated with an elegant banquet at the Galt House on Thursdayevening of last week given to the Choral Club In recognition of its services and its successful venture into the field of dramatic entertainment The affair proved most enjoyable and marked another in the long chain of successes Mackln has scored Louis Kieffer presided as toastmas ter and all those called upon aquit everyonelaughter The speakers were Aulyn Kanston Thomas D Clines Prof Vincent Falisl James T Shelley Charles 8 Raldy Clarence Zook John A Baird and William M Hig gins the last two speaking for the pressMiss Hattie Hoffman was presented for the dessert and her composition upon persons and events and its dramatic delivery made her the star of the evenIng A happy Incident of of makingEthe presentation speech PARADE SNDAY Col Theo Poppe has leaned orders I to thelocgl coramanderlea of then n GOOD WORK PrintingFAIR Knights of St John to appear in full uniform and take part in the parade and corner stone laying exercises of Holy Trinity church tomorrow after bytheKnightsUniform repeatthelast Sunday in Jeffersonville MIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Monrovia Cal has now Its own council just organized Fifty candidates were initiated Wednesday night at Dayton Ohio The last report issued places the mortuary reserve fund at 1803 06383 There are now over 1200 councils of the order with a total member ship of about 178000 Four hundred sat down to the banquet that followed the initiation of thirtyeight candidates at Phoenix ArizThe Daughters of Isabella are now represented In sixteen States and comprise seventytwo courts with an approximate membership of 10000 Archbishop Christie applauds the determination of the Portland Ore council to own its own home and encouraged the movement by a liberal subscriptionA twenty candidates will receive the first degree next Thurs day at Covington and on June 23 Bishop Carrell Council will confer the second and third degrees on a class of fifty Great interest Is taken in the min strel show to be given Monday night by the Denver Council The show will be the largest ever seen there more than forty being in the opening chorus of the first part The fourth degree to be conferred for the first time in the Northwest next September will be exemplified in Spokane Wash There are 400 candidates for it including men In Washington Oregon and Montana Capt John B Murphy Bernard Coll and Redmond Stanton headed Joffersonvilleandto Seymour Ind last Sunday to assist in instituting a council there The first State convention of the Daughters of Isabella since the or ganization of the New York State Council two years ego was held at Utica lost week From twelve courts the number has increased to twenty four with about 1800 members CLOSING OP SCHOOLS The closing exercises of St Louis Bertrands parochial school will be held next Thursday This is one of the largest Catholic schools in the city and is ably conducted by the Dominican Sisters At St Johns there will be exercises both in the afternoon and evening on Tuesday June 25 TilE MOTHER CHURCH The Cathedral church of the arch diocese of Quebec Canada in the city of the same name was founded in 1647 by Mgr Laval do Montmorencla the first Bishop and completed in 1063 and was dedicated under the title of the Immaculate Conception on July 11 1606 Quebec Cathedral is the mother church of all North America ARCHBISHOP INVITED I Archbishop Christie of Portland Ore has been asked to deliver the baccalaureate sermon at the com mencement exercises of Oregon State University TIllS IS JUST AWFUL Lee J Spangler the Pennsylvanian who has styled himself for a number of years The Last of the Prophets has Issued another bulletin This time he is specific in his statements and says that the world will come to an end in nineteen months He says that there will be no more sea sons that summer and winter will be as one and there will not be any wav of telling one front the other Snow in July need not be a surprise he says and sleigh riding is likely to be one of the summer pastimes There will be more black spots on the suns disc and by the latter part of 1008 the sun will be entirely black Then earthquakes will shake all the prin cipal cities of the nations and great wrecks will occur He also forecasts great distress in the land JJust before the end Strong hot vhtgar will remove paint from wlndoA glauI h cliU I IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Emigration still goes on from the Ballieborough district Another batch justleftGreat pressure is being brought to bear upon John T Donovan of Bel fast ito become the Nationalist candi date for Parliament from North MonaghanExcitement and joy over the return of two daughters from America caused Mrs Butler residing near Kilnacran near NewtonbirUer to temporarily lose her mind She had been in illhealth for some time pre viousWe regret to have to announce the death of the Rev John QuInn of CountyCavanlIllngfordeath though much regretted had not been unexpected A disastrous fire broke out in the Tassagh creamery convenient to Keady County Armagh Thomas Me peoplelivingcessful efforts to extinguish the flames which enveloped the entire building and did much damage The Rev Patrick ONeil hopes to have the magnificent tower and belfry now in course of erection at the church of ithe Immaculate Conception at Tempo completed in time for the visitation of Bishop Owens next month This tower will be one of the finest examples of its class in Ulster By the death of the late Sebastian Nolan the large farm which he occu pied in the parish of Dunmore has become vacant and through the ef forts of the Archbishop of Tuam and Rev Canon Lynskey this land has been secured for the tenants who will have their small holdings en larged After making substantial bequests to the Little Sisters of the Poor of Waterford St Patricks College at Mnynooth for masses and a tomb stone to himself and brother the late Father W Browne of Tramore County Waterford left the residue of his estate which was valued at about 25000 to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith in Ireland The golden jubilee of the Very Rev Edmund Maher of Ballina was celebrated in a way that testified to the widespread popularity of the venerable jubIlarian The district of which he is pastor borders on the dio cese of Killaloe and is picturesquely situated on the banks of the Shannon Priests and people of his own and neighboring diocese joined heartily in the celebration and nt its close they were hospitably entertained by aged cleric 4 theI Announcement has been made that OfBIsbolVery Rev Canon Scanlan of Birr to be Dean of Killaloe in succession to the late Dean White The new Dean who is exceedingly papular has been zealous religiononfortysubsequentlyparishan active and earnest Nationalist and supporter of the Irish Parliamentary partyRichard evictedbyPennefather of Borris County Car Cullenhvcntyfivethe medium of the Estates Commis holdingMerrickny years was on the roadside never re linquished his right to the holding of which he was deprived and which was all the time in charge of emer policeprotection ObjectiontoThe little village of Bolllnfubber County Roscommon has been in a thetnmlly wasturnedcamp policemenmndelortoPaynepoUce1nof Roscommon were drafted in to protect them People collected in the village but it is not known whether they offered any resistance In Iceof such a strong force of police BASKET PICNIC Company C Uniform Rank C X of A has secured the two river ex cursion steamers and Fern Orove for a monster basket picnic to be given on Thursday August 29 Commit YN- tu Gn ia HIIaBiB BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY V r I IITIS ALWAYS PURE WHo McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kgo FRANK FEIIRIP o BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE BT5T I PABSTBEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE xosa Louisville 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SONOtlcanI at 5e per Glass MARKET 1811INCORPORATltD1811 I SAMPLE SALE SKIRTS AT HALF 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 conIes but seldom Are you going to be wise and act accordingly Think it over care co fully All of the skirts are plaited models in various style 6 plaitings The materials are allwool Panamas and Sicil ians in black navy and brown also some neat check or stripe lightweight tropical suitings Skirts that were made 0- o to sell at IOO 500 600 and 750 divided for quick Iselling into two bargain lots I iThe 4 and 5 Skirts for 298 IThe 6 and 750 Skirts for 398 0 00 0 0 0000 SEEING EUROPE Henry Kraft and Wife Are Impressed With Cath olic Countries Letters received this week from Henry Kraft and wife who are mak- Ing an extended tour through Europe bring news that they arc enjoying perfect health and are fre quently meetings Americans The Eternal City they say made a last Ing impression upon tbem and the scenery throtigrout Italy was most beautiful the vineyards appearing a- Lthough draped from tree to tree Mr and Mrs Kraft arrived in Venice In time for the summer night celebration which was most glorious and almost beyond Description With the bands fireworks illuminations and decorations and the thousands riding in gondolas all on the water the scenes were such as must be seen to be realized Florence was reached on a feast day ns was Dosen in the Alps and the religious o celebrations ware ol such n pious and holy character that they will never be forgotten Espe cially striking was the procession witnessed in the Alps where first came a hundred priests and acolytes then the boys and girls dressed in white and followed in reverent man ner by the entire populace The religious terser exhibited was a revels tion to nil from this country Their tripwill take them next to Berlin and Germany where quite a stay will we made GRATIFICATION Felt at the Vatican Over Decoration of Russian Catholics Much gratification was reported felt at the Vatican when it was learned that the Czar had in vested the Archbishop of Warsaw Mgr Popiel with the order of St Alexander Newsky and that he had presented another Vatican favorite Mr Erdmann of Mohllew with a magnificent gold ring In recognition of their services In connection with the settlement of the Polish religious questionThere is no doubt entertained at he Vatican that the Russian Emperor has been personally much gratified at the efforts made by the Vatican au thorities to keep the Polish Catholics In line in the Russian provinces so as to prevent any effective disloyal manifestation against the Russian Government It is hoped to obtain further facilities for the Church In the do minions of the Czar in the near fut ure especially since the recent death of the President of the Orthodox Synod JJ Pobledonokeff What is considered most important at the Vatican in connection with the Church in Russia is the establish ment of a Catholic Hierarchy with welldefined dioceses becaues up to now the Church there has been administered through Apostolic Vicars without a welldefined jurisdiction WHITE CITY FEATURES Four free shows In the lpark be- sIdes two tree daily concerts by Cora Youngblood Corsons band of thirty five women are the side attractions which the White City offers for the coming week The price of admis sion to the Fire Show the biggest spectacular feature of the White City has been reduced from twentyfive to fifteen cents and the Figure 8 will In the future be operated for five cents a trip The skating rink reduced Its price of admission to fifteen cents last week and In addition to this inaugurated a popularity contest which is proving a hit with the skaters of the city Tl1emanagementannounces that arrangements have been made with the various concessionaires to throw open their doors free of charge to the patrons of the park In the event of rain There are seven acres of shelter at the White City and under these conditions no one need stay away for fear of getting drenched Negotiation have almost been completed for the bloiraph tIlmlot- UeObtrammerauPautor Play and If Is xpected that the manages ni nl will te enabled to put themes week1 aftej next This W11l1leth SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month Fresident Thomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Kcenan Jr- Financial Secretory P J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Sean eYe I DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MalnPresldentJamcs Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street- TreasurerDaaiel J Dougherty Sergecntatarms Thomas Noon J V DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl- liott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial = reretary R E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street hellSergeantSentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILIiE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Plans Hall County President Louis Constan UnePresldentJohn Kennedy Vice Pre IdentB Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary J E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y 11 r x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday EvenLgs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphns Andriot Outside Sentinel Qtrge Bartsch most novel and Interesting scenes of biograph pictures ever shown in LouisvilleMUIiPIIYKEAMER Wednesday morning many relatives and friends assisted at the nuptial mass and witnessed the marriage of John B Murphy Jr and Miss Margaret Kramer both of Jeffersonville which was solemnized at St An thonys church After a wedding breakfast they left for the East on- t pleasure trip The bridegroom Is a popular young man and is a son of Capt and Mrs John B Murphy his father being general yardmaster for the Plttsburg Cincinnati Chicago and St Louis railway and also a number of the JeffersonvlIIe Board of Metropolitan Police Commissioners Young Murphy Is a clerk In the Louisville office f the Pennsylvania lines The bride Is a pretty young woman and has a large circle of friends She Is a daughter of Mrs Annie Kramer who lives at 327 I11N nois avenue The best wishes of a host of friends will follow them Into their ties life HOARSENESS If y6u are hoarse lemon juiee UMM3 ontofloft aurarUlt it if- lib a syrup and afewdrope of lyeMfae added r13evee the MrM ew at Doe 0 tIIi f V U MADE PLANS That Will Materially Assist the Sale of Picnic Tickets At the meeting of Division 4 A 0 H Wednesday evening steps were taken to insure the cooperation of every member In the interest of the field day and picnic to be given at Xinawcb Park on Monday July 22 Every member will receive twelve tickets which he Is expected to selli at ten cents apiece and return one dollar the two etrU tickets being given to the seller R E OSullivan Jos L Lenihan and John J Barry Here appointed as a committee to disburse and receive returns for the ticket sales and to furnish n list to be read nt each meeting showing the I thoseImode of boosting the picnic were made by John Hennessy Harry Brady S J McElliott Will Ansbro and others The division sick committee re ported that there was no one on the sick list and Secretary Burke stated there were no bills against the division while Financial Secretary R E OSullivan further enthused1 the good attendance present by saying that there were onlv a few members in arrears SILLY STORY Concerning Paper Proving Claim Made by French Pretenders The Osservatore Romano the of ficial organ of the Holy See has an swered the claims recently made by several of the French newspapers to the effect that the Pope and his pre decessors of the last century have made many efforts to support the claim of the Nauendorf descendants to the throne of France The Nauen dorfs pretend that the founder of their family was the Dauphin son of the unfortunate King Louis GVI who according to chronicles of the time was gradually killed through Illtreatment by the shoemaker Si mon to whom the child was given in charge The Nauendorfs and tehir friends claim that the Dauphin succeeded in escaping and settled in Belgium where he lived quietly until his death pursuing the trade of a watchmaker It has been their persist ent claim for several years that in the Vatican archives there exists a letter written by the first Nauendorf to Pope Gregory XVI In which he revealed his Identity but such a let ter has never been discovered The Osservotore Romano claims that the only such document in the Vatican archives is a brief denouncing the elder Nauendorf as an Imposter FONTAINE FERRY A number of good things are promised visitors to Fontaine Ferry next week Aside from the regular weekly free fireworks exhibited on Saturday there will be many other popular attractions provided that will be absolutely tree to the Ferry patrons Foremost among the free features announced Js the return engagement of the Delaur Trio the two young French women and man who scored such a noteworthy success during their appearance the first two weeks of the season These excellent operatic soloists will again be heard In the free band concerts given every afternoon and evening by Harry Cook and his pleasing band of thirtyfive pieces At the Hopkins Pavilion anew vaudeville bill will be Introduced tomorrow afternoon for two perform ances dally during the balance of the week Howard and Bland Chinko tho lugglar and Minnie Kaufman are all headline offerings and those who will make their debut here are as good as the best The klnodrome will fur nish a new set of pictures CHURCH BURNED The Church of the Sacred Heart one of the finest edifices in Ottawa int was entirely deatroyjxl by flre- HoBday night Over 20C000 was apellthl 1U erection and the loss to tie congregation will be ev heairjrohe u I OiNNNONiNNNONNNNNNNNNNNIJAMESGREENE f 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKETlSTREET J i Furniture Carpets RugsZi I Stoves Ranges IILOWEST PRICES i f BEST TERMS i i Homes Furnished Complete i Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and Ilet 3 show you the many features of our Immense assortment We think we iUS convince you that It Is to your advantage to purchase here We would I qualityI1 marks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless T 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 J satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made In Z the most substantial manner finish and design perfect 11+++11101000 +111+1+19 OOIINIOIINOOIIOOIIIOIOIN s se st st st ss ss st st p QO ts ts y0rta EF Q va 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 biike excellently and ou account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily c canto Mnd are made to last The new improvenien s this year will keep itrin the front rank Having made our 1007 contract before the advance in Hit Iron goods we are able to tell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND x + By reason of being out ol the high rent district 3 WI are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each pair ol shoes you buy t s 400 Values for 300 350 Values for 250 f j Haager Shoe Store t 307 WEST JEFFERSON Ir + + M + x 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 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HIDADQITARIICItl9 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Albert T Schranz Co M REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES JMONEY TO LOANCOMB PHONE MAIN 27y Rom I Law Bldg Center and Green a rMVFs kFATHERr nNLV4OY4AQ- A1IRENSMffljQx Lousvatrliv prices- of THE ON- LYSHOE 7 POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Eot20FeheotlesOffice 1607 W Broadway FORGO 913915 SEVENTH ST II I I I I II I II I I I I I I I I I It I tt rxxx WIRES AL OHAKPAGXUI 345 West Green Street LIQIIORLO1I AIRRu d jli i 1 ii