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IiJO fsu VOLUME XVIIINO25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 22 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS FEDERATION Gennral Interest and Societies Represented Continue to Increase Will Send Eight Delegates to National Convention at Indianapolis Hibernians Will Provide Entertainment For Next Monthly Mooting MUSICAL PROGRAMME WAS ENJOYED The regular monthly meeting of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies was held at the Catholic Womans club house on Thursday night of last week and in point of attendance and general in terest exceeded any meeting of the year A larger number of societies were represented than at any pre ious time and enthusiasm and good feeling prevailed from begin ning to end AUof the delegates present were supplied with six or more copies of the National Bulletin with subscription blanks and agreed to secure as many subscribers and members ns possible for the federation Eight delegates were selected to attend the National Federation convention which meets at Indian apolls on July 14 and will be in ses slon for four days The Knights of St John had charge of the entertainment for the evening nnd under this head Delegate Daniel F Fox rend a very in teresting paper on the origin nnd history of that organization Capt Wcldekamp of St Georges Com mandcry was also present with his three children Miss Viola Elmer and Charles Weldekamp who artistically rendered some very beautiful selec tions on the piano and violin that were highly enjoyed by all present The matter relating to the Little Sisters of the Poor which had been referred to a special committee was reported and discussed for sometime but without action and upon N motion was referred back to the com mitteeforfurther consideration and action at the next meeting Edward Niehaus editor of the Glaubensbote was present but owing to the regular programme occupying the evening until late he requested that he be allowed o make his address next month It was n matter of regret that time did not permit him to do so but the federation members look forward to the coming meeting to hear him- Clarence look read the article published In the Register of the Ken tucky Historical Society reflecting on the Pope nnd the Church in France which was strongly commented on by several and objected to by all Taken all in all the meeting was pronounced the most successful one that has been h held this year In many senses it was the most instructive and thoroughly enjoyed under the administration of President Newton G Rogers to whose efforts is mostly due the large attendance and increased Inter est in the federation President Rogers announced that at the July meeting a further supply of the Federation Bulletin would be on hand for distribution among the delegates who will endeavor to obtain a general membership and thus carry out the idea of the Buffalo convention and bring the matter of the federation to the im mediate notice of nil Catholic people as far as possible Final arrange ments for the Indianapolis conven tion will be made when the local body meets again on July 11 The President announced thnt the delegates from the four dlvlsiona of the Ancient Order of Hibernians would have charge of the entertainment at the July meeting several of whom promised that it will no equal to any heretofore presented Knowing several of the delegates and their high standing there is no doubt but that n more than enjoyable even ing will be arranged for Editor Nie hams will be present and deliver nn address on federation matters botfi interesting nnd instructive nnd n pa per will be presented on Catholicism in Kentucky that will be full of information on matters pertaining to the church nnd its work THEIR FIRST Masses Sunday by Two Just Elevated to the Holy Priesthood Tomorrow morning there will be unusual but joyful services at St Martins and St Boniface churches when two young men just elevated to the priesthood will for the first time offer up the holy sacrifice of the mass and then bestow their blessings upon parents relatives and friends At St Srrtths at 10 Oclock the Rev Jerome A lUpp a memb roftbe parish ordained lest Sunday by Bishop Hartley at Columbus Ohio win be the celebrant Assisted by father Oble The sermon will be Q prwwfoa byUae1le A fo TbomMi of r St Vincent do Pauls who was at St Martins when the young priest attended that church Father Rapp is the son of Mr nnd Mrs Henry Rapp of Crescent Hill and a brother of Dr Henry Rapp After a short visit with his parents and relatives lie will proceed to Texas where he will be given a mission by Right Rev Bishop Gallagher in the Galveston dioceseRev Father Idelphons Gast 0 F M will sing the high mass at SI Boniface and will be assisted by the Franciscans fathers stationed at the Monastery Father Gast Is a nephew of Jacob Gnat the well known con tractor and has many relatives and friends here for whom the day will bo memorable Both priests are re ported to be able and eloquesnt pul pit orators end their many friends here have hopes to soon enjoy the pleasure of hearing them Father Gast will remain at the monastery not yet having been appointed to any church TIES THAT BIND The True Irish Faith and Spirit Found Among the Hibernians Though members were absent whose presence had been looked for the officers nnd members of Division 1 A 0 H were much pleased with the large attendance last Friday night resident Clines nnd Secre tary Keenan had arranged for the prompt dispatch of nil routine business and time for several nice talks After the applications of Thomas Rodgers and Daniel Currnn had been referred Chairman Andrew Currnn reported that nil obligations had been met and not one member was sick Thomas Dolan and William M lug gins aroused much enthusiasm In the national Irish games rind festival be ing now arranged for after which the division determined to try nnd lead in the work for its success Charles Raldy and Noal Dittoe appreciated what Division 1 had done and was doing nnd looked for her to always lead They realized the alle giance owed the order which attracts and holds together those of Irish birth nnd descent and the so cial features that entertain the young The suggestion was also made that library and club rooms be procurell in a central location where all could drop in and spend a pleas ant hour reading or enjoyingII smokeJames Barry declared those absenting themselves from meetings were not treating their brothers right Their presence nnd influence would help enlighten and fileyatihe meim bership nnd exhibit tho true Irish faith and spirit Thomas Keenan and Tim Sullivan wanted something doing all the time and upon the question of library and club rooms urged all to get together for a small start and then keep adding thereto Charles Raidy accepted the invita tion to address the next meeting when tickets will be distributed for the field day festiva- lCOMMENCEMENT t Great Week For Kentucky Catholic Educational Institutions TIle past has been a week of largely attended nnd successful commence ments for Catholic educational Insti tutions in Kentucky In each case the exercises were pleasing to the parents relatives and friends of the graduates nnd pupils of the various academies and colleges afid made manifest tl3 careful and thorough education there received Monday morning the Presentation Academy held Its commencement in the academy hall which was crowded to the doors ns was also Betrand hull where Holy Rosary Academy presented one of the best pro grammes of the year Four commencements took place on Tuesday twoIn this city at the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy on East Broadway and the Ursuline Academy at Shelby and Chestnut and two In the State being St Marys College in Marion county and the new St Catherine of Sienna Academy near Springfield at all of which there was large gatherings and uum bers of visitors and clergymen The closing exercises of Gethscusani College in Marion county and St MH cents Academy in Union county were held Wednesday and on Thursday at Nazareth Academy near Bards town and nt the Sacred Heart Acad emy at Crescent lUll But the commencement that ex cited giOit interest waj that h U Thursdly evening at St Xavier Col lege on Broadway when twentyfour young men reolveA their diplomu Every inch of space in the college haul was occupied with fvlouds of the institution who pronounced the pro gramme the best in the history of that excellent school Owiuto the lateness of the hour ttiis impossible to give the commencement in ihisj sue the report it deserves SURPRISE PARTY Mr John F Chester was given a surprise partyMonday evening theoc caslon being his birthday A brass band accompanied the party and erenaded at the residence 1676 Pope street Those In 4the party were Mn and Xrs John JV Chester Mr and firs Chas WhaUen KrndMrIVr V Tooku Mr and Mrs John J Barry Mrs B Kelly and Mrs Don Lyons Misses Abblo Hennessy Josle Kelly Emma Stey Julia and Mamie Halloran Ruby and Josle Lyons Abblo and Mabel Chester Messrs Frank J Burke D J Gleeson Guy Osterman William D Chester Ed Burke Dan Lyons Jr Wm Meagher Arthur Gregory Tom Halloran Mike McGee William Kel ly William Knight George Lyons Jack Forest Joe Wiggins and Julius Marilla NAZARETH ALUMNAE Graduates Come From All Sections to Their An nual Meeting Year after year the graduates of Nazareth Academy return from near and far to attend the annual almunae meeting and on Wednesday the gath ering was perhaps the most notable that ever assembled there among the distinguished guests being Right Rev John Lancaster Spalding Bishop of Peoria and Monsignor Farelly Rec tor of the American College at Rome Mrs Maunsell White of New Orleans and Mrs J S Mitchell of Mississippi two of the oldest graduates nieces of Jefferson Davis and sisters of the Into Mrs Miles the first President of the alumnae were also there The officers of the alumnae in attendance wereHonorary President Mrs Emily G Snowden Louisville President Mrs James McKenna Fairfield Vice President Mrs D P Hen derson Chattanooga Recording SecretaryMiss Mario OBrien Louisville Corresponding Secretary Mrs E B Metcalf Louisville TreasurerMiss Stella OConnor LoulsvU1eIThe meeting opened with a mass in the academy chapel celebrated by the chaplain the Rev Father Richard Davis for the deceased members alter which the business session was held with the President Mrs James McKenna occupying the chair The alumnae address was delivered by Miss Anna Blanche McGill of this city and was received with great favor Delegates were present from St Louis Chicago Columbus Chat tanooga New Orleans Vicksburg Washington Louisville Covington Lexington and Newport Reports from the branch alumnae were read and when all the business had been transacted there was an elegant banquet followed In the evening by an entertainment arranged by Mrs Thomas Moore of Bardstown Chair man of the Entertainment Commit tee J 1 wJ P CALLED TO REWARD Miss Mary A OSullivan Gone To Her Eternal Home The death of Miss Mary A OSulll van on Tuesday evening after an ill ness of only two days caino as a great shuck to the large number who had known and loved her for her many Christian traits and qualities Becoming suddenly ill Sunday morn ing her physician ordered her removal to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where she was operated upon for appendicitis but was unable to survive the operation Miss Sulli van was fortyseven years of age and was u lifelong member of St Louis Bertrands congregation where she had always been prominent in church and charity work Possessing a sweet and tenderhearted disposition she always had a kind word and smile for everyone always encouraging the young men and women who had grown up around her to good and bottler things proving that she was Interested in their better welfare Tu these her death will be a great loss but the memory of her good deeds and example will live with them and thick sorrow will be relieved by the knowledge that she is now Enjoy ing the reward which God has called her to- Miss OSulllvan is survived by her father und mother Mr and Mrs Timothy OSulllvan her brother Rob ert Emmet OSuIHvan and three sis ters Miss Nellie and Sister Alexia of the Holy Rosary Academy this city and Sister Dolorita of Ivesdale Ill The funeral took place from the residence 1520 Seventh street yes terday morning at 3HO oclock and from St Louis Bertram church at D oclpck the interment toning in St Louis cemetery May her soul rest in peace EDIFYING SPECTACLE Last Sunday morning was a memorable occasion for many Louisville Catholic boys and girls for on that receiv1Ingmasses were sung at Holy Cross St Cecilia St Martins and the Church of the Immaculate Conception where four classes numbering 225 children theblessedtheir respective pastors At each chuiteh elaborate preparation had been made for the event CALLED FOR SUNDAY Tomorrow afternoon an important meeting of the committees arranging for the Irishnatlonsl games and H- Ibernian summer festival has been alJedat the residence ofDJ Cole man mi PorUandayenU8 The State and County PresWents will also attend u VACAWONs rcjSeason of thoYearjThat Elates Hearts of Youngseers Has Arrived wrk euThe Time to Strong Foundation ForVigorous lj3Future 7 Turn Children Out and Let Them Live Close to Nature I SEND THEM T03THE COWRY K ar We have now rgached that sea son of the elates the hearts of and foryearflchwhich they for months Their j have been duly inspected and cretlited and the balance sheet for tfiHyear posted Now that the little ones have been given a brief respite from what seems to many of them an every day servi tude let us not compeli them to be conteht with the i rtitlcial during the few weeks of roc eatton lest they prove the truth of be adage that all work and no pli y makes Jack a very dull boy r Let the children go barefooted All summer long keep them out doors Dress themfsenslblly and permit them to have a Jolly rollick ing time breathing fresh air playing in the sun roaming over hills ex plorlijg in the woods and running wild in the fields Remember this is a sure preventative for the accumu lation of socalled germs of diseases which may later In llfermost likely in the bloom of yputh crop out nnd lay to rest a Ivory promising career The time to lay a strong foundation for a vigorous future in any walk of life is iin childhood This advice is hardly needed for country children fottdn the country all children go barefooted and play out of doors The children in the cities are very apt to jbetept indoors shoes and stockings ojj and not per mitted to enjoy a Yl2f the childish sports that make themstrong and healthy If posslblpgend tho chil dren to the eountrf during vacation Let them get a breath of the great outdoors where there Js a whole world fullofcipureS5irtoI 4reatho Let them become aqulanted with the country They will enjoy It and they will learn many things A summer In the country may be to them iu after years the brightest spot in childhood memory and go a great way toward endowing them with many sterling traits of character Children love nature It does one good to watch them play and mur mur to themselves They Instinctively like to roll on the grass wade in the brooks dig in the sand and climb trees hunt wild birds nests go blackberry pIckingall these which many of us may now think hazardous for children but was not considered so by us when we were youngsters and which we delighted in doing No doubt they will stub their toes and scratch their legs have stone bruises on their feet tear their clothes and sunburn their hair but these things are soon mended soon forgotten Turn the boys and girls loose outdoors and cease pay Ing that doctor and druggist bill Give them a chance once in their lives to be free in the great wide world where there are no hot pave ments or high brick walls no rumb ling street cars no teeming dirty alleys and no stifling tenement houses or socalled flats housing two or three dozen families under one roof Out In the country where there are no conventionalities no so called society rules that make it necessary for the children to wear hot shoes and stockings all day long and be rigged up in fine clothing so they dare not stir around for fear of soiling them Take or send them away from all this unnatural life Furnish the little girl some calico dresses and the boy some blue jeans trousers and gingham waists Do you not know what this means for the boy and the girl Do you not recollect the good old days Why now deprive the little ones of those very same pleasures your heart so fondly yearned for then Surely you were once upon a time a youngster but like all the others you did not appreciate it The nearest approach you may have today to those glorious days can be derived only through memory of a once pleas ant childhood A vacation in the country means health strength vigor pure blood and strong lungs firm and elastic muscles for the children Their little bodies will be so laden with sunshine pure air and wholesome living that they will be able to with stand the inclemency of the winter If you can give your boys and girls healthy cords and healthy bodies you will be furnishing them a fortune that is of tar more value than anything else you could possibly provide for them Turn the children outdoors barefooted bareheaded and let them live close to nature BO that they can in their own innocent way study nature and the great handiwork of natures God STi LEOS COMMHWCBMENT St ieps schoolI at Highland Park field their rst annual school corn menoement yesterday afternoon the f iJ uplls acquitting themselves very cred itably Among those who took part were Virginia Phillips Marcella Kus tes Ruth Kustes Carrie Kuhn Ber MaryDeFrank Wright Alberta Kustes Mary Mathers and Robert Do Coursey Rev Father Fitzgerald the pastor deliv ered a few remarks on the progress of the school nnd hoped for a continua tion of the first years success St Leos church will have a picnic next month the exact date to be an nounced in these columns late- rCHALLENGES Flying Thick and Fast For Contests In Hibernian Field Day That the Irish national games and summer festivall of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Ninaweb Park on July 2 will be a success from an athletic standpoint is already as sured Chairman Thomas Dolan John J Barry William T Meehan and John Hessian are arranging a pro gramme that will Include all man ner of Irish and American field sports and will be soon ready to announce the prizes and receive entries There will be events for young and old some open to Hibernians and others open to all- Challenges are flying thick and fast between the divisions and some exciting contests are being arranged Two teams rom the four divisions will play ball and members of Divis ion 1 and 4 between there has always existed a spirited rivalry will engage In a tugofwar This event will bring out the strong men of the order and will decide which has the stronger pull The Hiber nians have also challenged Mackin Council to a relay race that will bring out a number of fast sprinters Other challenges are being arranged and there will therefore be many team as well as individual events Just as soon ns the programme Is completed It will appear In these columns and when the rules arc formulated they can be procured from any of the above named committee The games committee consisting Tom Dolan John G Hession William T Meehan and John J Barry have arranged for the following events Fiftyyard dash for boys under four teen years of age fiftyyard dash for girls under fourteen years of age egg race for ladies potato race for boys sack race and fat mens race The following events will be confined to entries from the difefrcnt Catholic societies Shot put high jump 100 yard dash tug of war nnd a relay raeS nnShth Catll lic KnghtsofA- merica the Young MerisInstitute the Ifni and the Hi bernian divisions of this city Jeffer sonvlire and New Albany are all urged to enter their best men nnd even if no worlds records are broken It will be the means of creating a good natured rivalry between our dif ferent Catholic societies and also promoting good fellowship Any member of the above societies desiring to enter the Events can do so by notifying any of the above committee THE DATE SET For Removal of the Remains- of Lep XIII to Final Rest- Ing Place It Is time general opinion In Vatican circles that the removal of the re mains of the late Pope from the Church of St Peters to the perma ment monument constructed in the Church of St John Lateran will not take place until the fourth annlvter sary of the death of the late Pope July 23 Several dates were appointed by the Vatican authorities but at the last moment tha ceremony hind to be postponed because of con fidential information from Italian officials that serious disorders would be caused by the ceremony such ns happened when the bodyof the lute Pope Pius IX was taken from the Vatican Basilica to the Church of San Lorenzo The disorders nttibnt time were of such an anti clerical character that the remains of the Pope were only saven from being thrown in the River Tiber by the determined action of the Catholics accompanying the burial party some of whom defended themselves with the heavy lighted toches they carried and inflicted severe injuries on their assailants The Italian Government has now assured the Pope if the whole garrison of Rome was required to procure order for the occasion it would be placed at the disposal of the powerfulInrraypected nt the ficient to prevent any anticlerical ef forts on the occasion SSnTHWINNIA The society event of the week was the wedding of Miss Mary Smith to Edward Winnln solemnized Wednes day morning at the Cathedral Bishop McCloskey assisted by Father Schuh mann performed the ceremony Miss Bertha Hensley was maid of honor The bridesmaids were Miss Alice G Smith of Nashville a cousin of the bride and Misses Elsie and Catherine Winnia of NashvjHe sisters of the groom The brides little nelcet Miss Anninia Smith was 41 e Slower girl Eugene Morjls of Pensaeols IJta was best man and the ushers weroMessrs Horace E Smith Wart l ren M Proctor and Walter R Hens ley The bride wore an Irish point robe over taffeta and chiffon Her veil was of tulle caught with sprays of lilies of the valley The mall of honor and bridesmaids wero also handsomely attired After the cere mony there was a breakfast at the home of the brides father for the bridal party nnd the immediate rela tives of both sides of the family The bride is the daughter of Charles Smith Manager of the Western Union groomIstripEastWashington and Atlantis City they will return to Nashville which will be their future hom- eHAPPY GIRLS Receive Crowns and Diplo mas Before a Brilliant Audience No more brilliant audience ever gathered In the spacious exhibition hall of Presentation Academy than on last Monday when crowns and diplo mas were conferred on the Misses Clare R Coady Augusta E Hollon kamp Emily C Gohmann and M Imelda Shea On Misses Laura C Raffo and M Virginia Arnold were bestowed literary certificates while the Misses Louise R Shelley Rena W Eckert Ethel E BItzer Lucille K Shanley and Corinne H McKenna received in addition to the certificates for scholarship awarded to the vari ous pupils the coveted honors of the second senior grade literary certifi catesWith Hall the Morning a full chorus by well trained voices the charming commencement exercises opened Throughout the programme was one of unusual excellence The music was particularly fine and well rendered Polonaise Op I and Grand Fantaslo Whippoorwill were very pleasing numbers The difficult composition Polonaise Brillante Op 72 by Von Weber Llszt was admira bly executed by the Misses E Tierney A F Henchey M E OBryan and A Gast The Misses E Gohmann R Eckert A Hollenkamp and Laura Raffo also rendered well Schuberts Impromptu Op 142 No3 Perjura Danza and El ColibrlVals were given by the academy orchestra with delightful effect Special credit should be given to Miss Imelda Shea who made her violin talk as she played so exquisitely Gypsy Airs Op 20 and Le Carnaval russe Op 2 Miss Virginia Arnolds vocal solo with violin obligate was received with applause To Miss Marguerite- Smithgreat prnls t accorded for her expressive nd grncetul citation of King John and the Abbot of Canter buryResearch deep thought and poetic fancy characterized the well con nected nnd fully developed essays of the graduates Their subjects wore as follows Springs Balmy Breath Wakens Nature into Gladness by Miss Emily Gohmann Voices of Summer by Miss Clare Candy The Twilight of the Year by Miss Au gusta Hollenkamp and Natures Rest by Miss Imelda Shea In the flower chorus the preparatory class was In its element Mozarts Mag nificat the grand final chorus was followed by Rev Father Schumanns happy closing remarks Owing to illness the Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey could not attend the com mencement PETERS PENCE First Contributions Ever Sent From Russia Reach Vatican The first contributions over received for the Peters Pence fund from Russia has arrived at the Vat ican and is said to amount to nmny thousands of roubles In order to collect the amount and send It to Rome the Russian Catholic Bishops were obliged to ask for the authorization of the Czars Government which after some difficulty was granted The Czar at the last moment decided to make a personal contribution to the fund In connec tion with church affairs fn Rusia It Is worthy to note that the Russian Gov ernment which is represented at the Vatican by a diplomatic agent has recently insisted on the removal of the Bishop of Wilna in Moldavia Mgr Ropp and that the prelate is expected to arrive In Rome In answer to a summons sent from the Vatlvcan It is generally thought that file Bish op will have to resign In order to please the Holy Synod but It is al ready taken for granted that the Pope will provide him with a canon Icate in Rome as was done when the late CardinalLedowsky was exiled by Bismark from Germany RETURN FROM SCHOOL Albert Thompson James Maloney and Edwin Johnson three of the brightest boys in the Sacred Heart parish returned from college Thurs day to spend the vacation season with their parents LAWN FETE A lawn fete for the benefit of St Augustines church will be given Mon day and Tuesday evenings July It and 1C on the church grounds 14011 Wjijt Broadway Tickets are now on sale by members of that congregation and iCharitebly disposed persons could AgIol work by aiding Fattier Feltens1 parish workers for thtr sIfair EVICTEDa Distressing Scones on the Lcaby Estate Near Gastletownbore County Cork The Aged and Dying Ruthlessly Ejected From Their Littleii Cabin Homes Sheriff Bailiffs and Threo Hundred Men Doing Dirty Work BLIND MARS PATHETIC APPEAL The evictions on the Leahy estate near Castletownbero were carried out with contrary to expectation practic ally no resistance A few girls threw stones at the bailiffs but bond this i there were few exciting incidents The tenants sympathisers seemed a little disappointed to find that prac tically no organization existed between the threatened parties The t girls mentioned braved the police re- t peatedly and were not much cowed by the presence of about 300 men The police thronged everywhere and ocupled the ground for fifty yards around each house while the Sheriff and his bailiffs and the land agents Messrs Turner and Ellis were inside the dwellings to settle or enforce the evictionsThe steepsided boreens leading to the villages of Kllmacowen and Goulane the rocky heights l among which the cabins are built and the manner in which dwelling houses and outhouses cluster to gether afforded every facility for resistance had It been determined on but except for scattered skirmishes some stone and rotten egg throwing and a baton charge which lasted only 1 a few minutes the days proceedings passed off with unexpected quietsWhen the Sherihs men wore about to enter Michael Harringtons house the owner Informed them his mother was dying and sent a messenger for the priest Ho produced a doctors certificate also but notwlthsteq Ing this the SubSheriffs bailiff and agents Insisted on entering The old woman had beenanllointedtwoday before and the shock occasioned by herintomoved several articles of furniture from the house which is merely n tworoomed cottage the door beint open between the sick room and the main apartment In spite of remon strances and entreaties the Sheriffs men did not leave until It was quite apparent the patient was almost dy ing Father OCallaghan arrivedrshortly afterwards and administered spiritual aid- Nothing of moment occurred after this untill the police surrounded the house of Jerry Murphy of Goulane and the bailiffs and agents assembled to take possession The tenant came out and boldly faced them Pacing q up and down In front of his cabin he raised his hand and warned those who would evict him and his sick wife and family to get off his hoidlk A little old man spectacled atil dressed In poor homespun friefl trousers and sleeve waistcoat I made a pathetically brave stanl Speaking in clear loud voice ho said I warn ye to get off my land In the name of the law and in the nIne of God arid leave me in peace My wife is a sick weak woman and 1 am an old weak man myself The old landlord was a good man He wouldnt evict me as I am today I have his promise that he would not disturb me He promised me this in the presence of the present landlord Carroll Leahy and Dr Wycher 1 ly and the members of the Blind Asylum Board at Cork thirtyseven years ago Wo were three blind brothers and he took pity on us of his charity and sent us to Cork and Dublin hospitals to be treated for our bad eyesight and he paid for ns there He was always a good man and may God reward himI I wont leave my home for ye I cant pay and the present landlord wont put me out He wont break a dead mans promise Carroll Leahy wrote to me and I have his word and the word of his grand Uncle that as long as I live I wouldnt be disturbed Hi told me to pay when I could and would not distress me and lcapay now In the name of the la warp yo to leave me In peace The men however entered and moved the oldfashioned churn tabs old clothes and the chief Item of tl family provender n small bag of li dian meal The tenant took up tao churn staff and improvised a flag by attaching some of the old clothes to it Amid the cheers of the crowd heI held this up as a signal of no sur renderNo II lilthoSheriffs t tectors are now in possession Oi room is allowed the tenants faml owing to the fact that his WJleJIs tt- ill to be removed Agent Turner n casionally showed himself outsidett- I tj house and in acknowledgment ofLtl I1 loud groans with which he wasU cclved removed his hat bowinr smiling His manner ho quickly changed when no turn rr ultIngwhicliCounty Inspector Fauaett whim aehie r 0 D J NTUCJIY xxtii RlO ii KENTUCKY IRISH MERKM Deyotul to the Moral and Social Advaucemeut ot oil Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIncorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered it the Loulivllle Poitoiflce as SecondClaM Flatter Address all Communications to The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St nn OCISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 22 1907 4SURE ENOUGH SPECTACLE The spectacle of three whiskey bot ties exhibited In his pulpit by the j Jlev M P Hunt the Baptist minister last Sunday proving that he could purchase liquor on the Sabbath looks like that the reverend doctor is setting quite a fast pace for some II of our Sensational political preachers This sort of an exhibition In churches will certainly be a drawing card for awhile but what an awful drop in attendance there would be I if ministers of that class would ever fall back to delivering sermons on Such a commonplace subject as the gospel rSTRONGLY INDORSED The appointment of a Mayor for I Louisville will doubtless be made next week and until then all eyes will be turned toward Frankfort From present Indications it would seem that Dr J W Fowler has the best chance of landing the coveted honor being more strongly indorsed Mian any otWer aspirant Delegations rep resenting all classes professional mercantile business and labor have visited Frankfort and urged upon Coy Beckhom his appointment with the assurance that he would unite the divided elements of the party for the coming Gubernatorial election All those seeking the Mayoralty ore honest and capable men but between their respective followings there has developed a feeling of hostility that does not augur well for success Dr Fowler is the only one who Is not in some way entangled and is there fore in a position to recognize and give all all a square deal and brinr to the polls the full party stcngth AVILLSON THEIR LEADER The Republicans of Kentucky held their State convention In this city Wednesday and selected lion Augustus E Wlllson as their standard bearer and candidate for Governor It was the largest convention that party ever held in this State and the d ticket named represents all sections ll fee leaders were in attendance iu for such a gathering the pro ceedings were unexpectedly harmon bus There were some disappoint Wnts it is true but the Republicans lave a faculty of forgetting them and Milling together when election time cornea round IIThe nomination of Mr Willson was by acclamation and was but a tardy recognition of the strongest man in the Republican party In the past he rendered valiant serVIce and is recog nized as a fighter for what he deems right Both rartles having selected their candidate the contest will soon be on in earnest and while Ken tucky Js regarded as safely Demo cratic that party can not afford to make any mistakes in the manage ment of its campaign Judge Hager and Gov Beckhnm now know thc ex tent of their opposition and wi- lli1tIess soon begin an active can ss of the entire State CHILD LABOR In a carefully prepared article on topics of more than ordinary moment Senator Beverldge has this to say The national regulation of child la bor will probably be a law before the next campaign However public F sentiment is pretty nearly unan linous upon the proposition that we must remedy this most shameful of I bur national evils by a national law If Congress does not take that view it will hear from the people In view of the decision in the lottery case and several other cases the cry that such a law is unconstitutional is absurd it Is absurd too In view of the score of decisions of the Supreme Court that our power over foreign is ex ctly the same as our power over Interstate commerce Under our power over foreign commerce wehave prohibited convictanade goods from tor foreign commerce and can there prohibit chlldlabormade goods In interstate commerce tle power pbngress over foreign and inter P commerce being exactly the e DEMAND JUSTICZ Extension wSpll says we must still protest and keep on protesting Tho chief result attained by the protest o against the french spoliation is seen in the changed attitude of the Ame- ni2r preae Six months ago the law nsaociaiioBB was heralded Asa ehdeslred separation of Church I State In France roday It is ated niore cautiously It Is even edWt today In many of our lead L Jalhle thai the Jaw Is an unjust jet us keep on notifying ths plunderers that tfels national will neither te forgotten nor ed that the traditions iip Welween Tran sad the fI II United States is at an end We deI mand justice for our brethren Jn France and we will not tolerate unfairness and hostility in the tra ment of the French question by the public press of our own country Archbishop Ilarty who Is now in this country in an appeal for priests peolpIei II j as good ns they are bright and clever The women are remarkably I pure The men young and old pos sess remarkable selfcontrol Only those who haste lived in the East can realize what this means Such of the church edifices ns we hove1 priests for can not hold the people who wish I to attend dlvine service This is why we need outside clergy and must con tinue to need them until the native clergy whom we are preparing are ready Under n bill signed by Gov Hughes parties like the Prohibitionists Social Labor and Independ Once League will have to hold primaries regularly and according to the provisions of the New York primary law in order to ghir1hem a place on official ballots These par ties have made their tickets generally in convention without the inltative of n caucus in the different towns and wards Now they will liavie to pro ceed in the same manner as the Republican and Democrntis parties in making their tickets or they can not get on the official ballot Will the Times never cease its ef forts to create race prejudice Scarcely a week passes but what something is written by its editor calculated to forment hostile feeltupn between the Tews Germans Italian anti Irish The people of those na tionalities nrt becoming tired P the Times attempts to associate them with its political hatreds and animosi ties which appear to be almost count less Catholics of Louisville should take much interest in the Jefferson County Federation which has made remarkable progress since Newton G Rogers became its executive head Thill mbn1hlyineetings are interest lug anti instructive anti of the greatest benefit Here Catholic Interests are carefully guarded and all imbued with the true American spirit ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY William A Perry a well known member of the Louisville bar and I one of the most popular young men I in the city has announced his can dlducy for the Democratic nominationI for Representative from the Forty ninth legislative district composed of the Eighth and Ninth wards Those wards lira Democratic and the young men of that locality have made up there minds to this year elect a man whom they know A working organization composed of ihe young blood of Limerick has already been formed to manage his campaign Although a professionall man and a mcmberof the Commercial Club Mr Perry bears the unique distinction of being a member of the American Federation of Labor and was instrumental in getting the postoffice clerks associa tion to affiliate with that body He enters the field free from any pledges and is not allied with any faction considering it best for the intents of the people whom he wishes to rep resent in the next General Assembly to be a free lance BACK ON DUTY Major Patrick Ridge Night Chief of Polide returned to duty Tuesday after a ten days vacation which he spent at Bedford Ind with his rela tives While away Major Ridge narrowly escaped serious injury by being thrown from a buggy in a runaway accident Beyond some bruises hie sustained lie is otherwise all right CONFIRMATION AT ST LEOS I Right Rev Dl bop McCloskey will confirm a class of children tomorrow afternoon at St Leos church at Highland Park Preceding thk con firmation exercises vespers will be lung and a sermon delivered by Rev econddriie vryhallh 6ur i4 L 22EE I Lee OBryan is home after a weeksI sojourn at Uniontown Frank L McKernan and wife of South Louisville are at Dawson Springs Miss Margaret lunch is home fromI an enjoyable visit with Mrs P Fla herty at Uurdstown Maisle Rhca of Uniontown isI I Iflss spend the summer with her jaunt Mrs Raymond Minor I IliasI Aline Shea has returned from I Parkview after a very pleasant visit with Miss Catherine Ornisby 1lIs8 Julia Quigley of Portland left Thursday to spend part of her vaca tion with friends in Memphis Charles Connor of SouthI Ifrs has gone to Decatur Alto la spend the summer with her husband City Court Prosecutor Robert hogan and wife spent Sunday with iMrs Hngans mother Mrs Muir at ha rd stown Mr and Mrs Richard Cummins and baby of Lorietto are here visiting Mr and Mrs John C Graves of 044 Fifth street IMr and Mrs Henry S Rummage Sunday from their honeymoon and are at home to their friends at 1019 Franklin street Miss Elsie A Oast has returned from Springfield where she attended the banquet and alumnae meeting at St Catherines Academy Miss Mayme Higgins has been entertalng at her home on the Boue i yard Miss Maggie Silver a popular visitor from Lebanon Junction I Il1ss Mary Hoge who was last week the guest of Miss Mary Ilrodle at Owensboro was one of the most popular visitors there this year Miss Margaret Mnttlngly has re turned to her home at Bardsown after a really delightful visit with the Misses Johnson 3005 Fourth avenue Will II Newman and wife and family who have spent the winter here will soon move for the summer to their country home at Pewee Val hey Joseph Quigley and bride who was Miss Cora Knoederer are expected home tAday from Florida where they have been spending their hone moonMiss Edith Maloue returned the first of the week from New Yorl where she has been attending school anti Is now at her home In the High lands Miss Marie OBrien of West Jeffer son street will return today from Nazareth where she has been visiting her former school teachers and classmates Edward McDermott of Owensboro after a visit to Boston and the James town Exposition stopped here to spend several days with his sister at 722 Second street Mr and Mrs Hugh C McLaughlin of Erie Pa who came to atend the Fashauer IcLaughlln wedding are with their sister Mrs Earl Robin son at 900 Third avenue Mr and Mrs Daniel Murphy who were the guests of Thomas McGuIres and family in South Louisville have Chicagoliltcy George Kieffcr who suffered in rupture antI underwent an operation UospltnlIs covery and expects to be removed home next week Joseph Kast ami bride who was Miss Edith Brennan have returned from their wedding trip to Chicago They were married last week by the Rev Father Conniff a the Church of Our Lady in Portland The Chrysanthemum Club will en tertain with a dance next Monday evening at Fontaine Ferry Park hall when a large attendance Is expected as this culb has a reputation as a giver of enjoyable affairs Mrs Walter Glover has almost en operationlieweek at St Josephs Infirmary lEer condition has steadily improved and her friends feel greatly relieved Mrs J B Kearns of 1221 Seventh street entertained with euchre Tues day atRrnoon First prize was won prizebyconsolation prize by Mrs John J Barry Miss Marie Glover who has ben attending the Sacred Heart Academy in New York during the past year returned home Thursday and will remain until August when she will go abroad with her mother Mrs Walter Glover A pleasant social event of lest week was the entertainment of the Good Will Club by Miss Mamie Me Cue 1847 Portland avenue when pretty favors were awarded Misses Nona Nevlls Irene Mcoulln and Evelyn Moeller and Messrs Albert Mus selman Dennis McCue and Charles eatherman Henry Cassin and Miss Anastasia Malone who were united in the holy bonds of wedlock at the Cathedral on Thursday morning are now spend ing their honeymoon in the East Following the ceremony the happy couple ware entertained at an elegant wedding breakfast at the home of the brides mother on Willow avenue In the presence Vf their respective families and a number of intimate friends Miss1 MyraVPearo and Frank t Snead were united in the holy bonds of wedlock Saturday morning at the Passlonlst Monastery by the Rev Father Henry CP The bride andI groom are now in the East and soon after their return will leave to spend the summer in the Cumberland moun tains Daniel F McLaughlin a well known Cincinnati draughtsman who for merly lived here arrived here Tues tiny to clajm his bride Miss Angela Fashauer to whom he was marriedt at St Marys on Eighth street Alarge number of friends witnessed the ceremony mill offered congratulation after which the newly wedded pair left for Cincinnati where they will make their future home One of the prettiest weddings ofr the week wes solemnized by the Rev Father Raffo on Wednesday after noon at St Charles Borromeo church when Miss Julia A Henry became the wife of Charles F Obermejer a large gathering of friends witnessing the ceremony The happy couple are now spending their honeymoon In the East and will be at nome to their friends at 3C1C West Chestnut streetl after July 1 John Spoelker and Lula AndlsI young people prOminent in GermanI Catholic society circles were unitedI in marriage with a nuptial massI Wednesday morning at St Elizabeths church Rev Father Easing being the officiating clergyman The attendantsI were Miss Carrie Spoolker and Den I Spoelker sister and brother of the bride A reception followed the ceremony after which the happy couple went to their new home at Burnet and Hoertz avenue The marriage of Miss Dollie Burns one of the most popular young women of the East End and JamesI J Donaghue was solemnized Wednes day afternoon nt the Church of Hi Blexsed Sacrament Rev Father OSullivan pronouncing the wordI that made them one Upon leavrg the church a reception was held If Ithe home of the brides mother Mrs Elizabeth Burns 1117 Frankfort ave nue for the relatives of the briJc and groom after which the youngr couple left for an extended bruinI trip to the Jamestown Exposition anti the principal lEastern cities After July 1 they will be at home to their friends on Coral avenue A June wedding of interest Iin West lEnd social circles will be wit uessed at the Church of Our Lady in Portland at 4 oclock Tuesday after noon when Miss Theresa Seessen good the lovely and accomplished I daughter of Mr and Mrs FredI Seessengood will become the bride of Joseph Ricketts a most worth and popular young man Rev Father Conniff performing the ceremony The bride will be attended by Miss Gertrude bIlls and Carl Hatsell willI be the groomsman Following the church ceremony there will be an livening reception at the home of the brides parents 2911 Montgomery street The young couple are receiv ing many congratulations upon their Approaching union Wednesday morning St Aloysius church was thronged with friends and relatives to witness the marriage of Miss Margaret Sullivan and Gregg Powell The bride was beautifully attired anti presented ji lovely op i pearance SheJ is the amiable and accomplished daughter of Mr andI Mrs John J Sullivan and has been a favorite In her social set The groom is a well known and pros perous young man and Is to be con gratulated for winning so charming a wife Father OUrady was the cele brunt of the nuptial mass anti offi elated nt the ceremony that joined together the happy couple After thee eremony there followed a largely attended recption nt the home of the brides parents where many called to present handsome gifts anti tender congratulations PLEASANT SURPRISE Col Edwin Duffyof the famedl Sixtyninth regiment of New York was taken very much by surprise Saturday night when he went to the armory to meet a couple of his offi eers on alleged important official business He found the entire Board of Officers assembled there and was escorted downstairs to the mess room where he found a sumptous spread arranged in his honor Thei officers desired to attest their testeem for the Colonel who has just com pleted his fortieth year as a member of the Sixtyninth and holds the brevet rank of Brigadier General for long and faithful service Ifo joined the regiment on June 3 1867 as a priate in Company E and has served in all grades up to his present rank He was Colonel of the regiment when it was in the volunteer army in 1898 HAPPILY WEDDED Prominent among the weddings of the vjeck was that of Miss Margaret Keyer and Edwin T Hlbbett which took place Wednesday morning at the Sacred Heart church in the presence of a large and fashionable audience The ceremony was performed by Rev Patrick JYalsh who was also the cele bran of the nuptial mass Robert Burke was the best man and Miss illllan Keyer was the maid of honor After the ceremony the happy couple were entertained with a sumptou wedding breakfast at their new homo at Sixth and Hill streets The bride- S the lovely daughter of William leyer and the lucky husband holds a remunerative and responsible position with the TurnerDay Compny GRADUATED The commencement exercises of St Augustines Academy in Jeifersonvllle were held Tuesday night in Spelths Theater when the following pupils were graduated Joseph Burke Martin EMly Pierce Dixon Frank Meiers Alvin Volt Willie Tippa Wilfred Cavanough Joseph Reldlnger Llllle Constantine Catherine Cannon Edna Coil EllzabettiReilly Catherine Murphy Mary McGrody Irene Howard The cfertlfioatee were Conferred by Father John Connell and Alyiri Volt was awarded the gold medal for the highest average u I NOVENA ITo Be Mqdc By Trinity Coun ell For Club House Purposes Trinity Council Y M L gave their club house proposition another im pets Tuesday evening when it wasI decided to amend the articles of in corporation so as to enable the coun cil to raide enough funds by mortgage I to erect the building Considering Ithe warm weather a good attendant was present and when President Joseph Colliding stated tire speclal pur pose of the meeting the proposition was carried without a dissenting vote and as a further evidence of their sincerity th council decided to at tend communion in a body on Sunday July 7 and begin n novcna to St Anthony for the success of the under taking Andy Kieffer of tIne picnic commit tee announced that he was not able at that time to make a complete reo port of the picnic given tine evening previous hint hoped to do so by next meeting Dr B J Lammers and Frank Pilson are arranging for a euchre anti dance the exact late to be announced Inter anti propose to have about 200 prizes which they are now soliciting from the members IJISHOP SPALDING BETTER Right Rev John Lancaster Spalding Bishop of Peoria and one of the most distinguished citizens 1InI the country has been spending a few days at his old home with his sister P Mrs Kate Spalding near Lebanon He arrived Tuesday morning of last week from Chicago where he has been for two weeks He is looking well and states that he has been enjoying unusually good health for some time past Bishop Spalding was born and reared on the farm which is now the property of his sister Mrs Spaldingand for quite a number of 1 if hnq iipan his custom to spend a fow weeks each summer at the home of his boyhood CORNER STONE LAYINS Elaborate and impressive ceremo nies were held Sunday afternoon atb Kentucky arid Dupuy streets when tho corner stone of the Holy Trinity church was laid The sermon was de livered by the Rev Dr John B Pfeifer pastor of St Helens church The societies that participated in the services and tiro parade were the Roman Knights the Catholic Knights of America the Knights of St John the Young Mens Society of St Vine cent de Pauls the St Johns MutualI Aid Society and the men anti the young men of the neighboring par- Ishes VISITS HIS MINES Col James Hackett the well knownI and successful distiller who owns rich and productive mines at Pioche Nev left Tuesday for an inspection trip to his properties there Col Hackett has been most fortunate in his PIning ventures having already I realized a handsome fortune there from though the mines which con tain untold wealth are as yet only in the first stages of development Sev oral fine offers have been made for these mines by big companies but the genial and generous Kentuckian will not part with them He will not re return before September ANNOUNCED FOR LEGISLATURE Mr Austin E Walsh the well1 known attorney has announced him self as a candidate for Representative to the Legislature from the Fifty first district composed of the Eleventh and Twelft wards subject to the action of the Democratic party Thosl ed in a legal way and the Democrats of that district would make no mis take in choosing him as their stand ard bearer In the Nvember election IHIAliB HEADS DELEGATION Mr E J Blake of St Louis General Secretary of the Master Plumbers Association accompanied by a party from that city will arrive tomorrow morning a Pullman sleeper and observation car having been specially engaged for their convenience TheI master plumbers will meet in con vention here Tuesday morning at the Seelbach where they will make their headquarters Mr Blake is quite well known here and his stay is sure to be made pleasant ARRANGE TO ORGANIZE Tomorrow afternoon a meeting I will be hold in Tipton Ind to make the preliminary arrangements for the I organization of a council of the Y M I in that city Those who will go to Tipton are Grand President Robert M Reilly Supreme Secretary CI A Slinger District President John T Lysaght William M Fogerty Past Supreme President W P Cos groVe and Grand Secretary James E Deery ALTAR BOYS OUTING The altar boys of St Marys church had a merry time Thursday afternoon at Cherokee Park It is the custom of the Trustees to give an annual outing to these faithful little fellows and on Thursday all Were present with Henry FelhoeHer at their head After the boys had heir fill of game and amusements they were filled with good things to eat and all reo turied home pleased but tired NOW A VOTER Mr G Bernard McGinn of the Pearl Laundry Company was tendered a surprise party Wednesday evening at his residence 515 West Chestnut street the occasion being his twenty first birthday To say that Mr McGinn was surprised would be put ting It mildly he being practically taken off his feet and In addition he was the recipient of many handsome pr0MBts IJ l1 NINAWEB PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOAVJ OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOOIETY PICNICS Improved and beautified and with every modern attraction including restaurant theater dancing pavilion roller coaster merrygoround laughing gallery and many other novelties Societies and churches will find this the ideal place to hold their summer outings PARK ELTACTRtCALLy ILLUMINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street WALKEASY EO ON HOME PHONE 766S CUMB PHONE WEST 99 lOcNew Electric Cora Aid Her Famous Band of 3SWomen3S b Two Free Concerts Daily FOUR FRBB SHOWS Van Clew Denton and Feel The Boise Family of AerlaHsts and the Wellington Sitters I THE PARK BEAUTIFUL ADMISSION FREE FREE BAND CONCERTS FREE ATTRACTIONS GARDEN IDEAL ROLLER RINK Daily Sessions 230 and 8 p m- Other Popular Amusements Free Fireworks Every Saturday at 9 p m II Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR with new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts OF I Late News That Will Members Here and Else where Eight brothers namtd Martin arc members of the council at Green Bay Mich Milwaukee Council initiated sixty candidates this month Thj membership is now over 500 lion M T Ilryan of Nashville Council Has ben elected President of the Tennessee Bar Association The Knights of McCook Xeb gave a social for their lady friends as a1 return for the banquet they servedI at the recfent initiation Archbishop Messmer believes the order h rs a mission and its spirit will strengthen and increase union between the clergy and laity Green Bay Council has presented the Kellog Public Library with a set of the new Catholic Encyclopedia the sued first volume of which has been IsI FITTINGLY OBSERVED I Thursday was the twentyfirst an I niversary of tine consecration of St lPatricks church which was observedI I by appropriate services Vicar Gent eral Cronin has had the church school rectory and other buildings painted and they noW present a new and beautiful appearance It is to be hoped this will not be marred by the smoke of the railroads in that vicinity DISTRICT DEPUTY Grand President Robert M Reilly of the Indiana jurisdiction has appointed John T Lysaght a member of Sherman Council Indianapolis District Deputy Grand President of the Young Mens Institute Deputy Lysaght is now devoting his entire tlnje to visiting localities where there Is a possible ch nco of organizing a council FIRST LAWN FETE The first lawn fete and euchre of the season is announced for Friday evening June 28 at the residency of Mrs M Schultz 1719 High aVenue under the auspices of the popular In dependent Club where the members xpect to meet and entertainl all their I a rJ Lg 3 FOR MEN AND WOMEN All styles and leathers all sizes and widths Sold direct from maker to wearerwith the middle mans profit nil put into the quality Try a pair BOSTONSHOE Mens Store 534 Fourth Ave Ladles Store 55355 Fourth Ave 4SK FALLS CITY BEER SALE EVERYWHERE WHITE CITY ParkJOe- REENGAGED Youngblood ICorson FONTAINE FERRY PARK HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE PHOENIX HILL PARK Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimproved KNIGHTS COLUMBUS rendS SHOES LOUISVILLE OELMAiN ST 7tk Strictly PlritCUii Both Plan 1Grill Room and Ladies and Gen Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and receptions ROSSPARIS HOTEL CO inc Owners and Proprietors FOR Furniture IIOflowest all kinds prices Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jellersonvi lie htspltalforaplleptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very teas onable For further particulars apply t MOTHeR MARY REQINv MERCY HOSPITAL Jeffersonvllleladt + 4e t 0 4 + 4 + 4 G + + + f + I 4 + + + + + Cumb Phone B1389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 MANOPACTURSaS O- FPUREICECREAM 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 competi toss 627633 EIGHTH ST 41 If 444 4 + + + 4 + 4 + 4 4444 CB THOMPSO- NLx4oIxTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JtHireon St Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction enarante d READ THIS OVER IOUhouldi New York Life Insurance Coa mu teal Company which pomseue alS realllover St74OOOOOO We now write only annual dly Idend pbllcie and polidei all fnconte t ble and nonforfcltable from date of Issue Will meet you at yeuroffice or residence any hour day or evening and fully and truly explain our policlei Your application will please me but will not be offended If you decline to apply Try me Call by either phone or letter Respectfully submitted CHAS G WOOD 1517 BVBRRTT AVE Office 406 COLUMBIA HIDG- PUONUSResldence Climb Bait 368 Office Home Phone 1197 Cumb Main 1487 GOOD STORY A Mayayllle dispatch toils of a farmer In the bottoms beloW that deepthatover off during the recent storm and let it nil wlth haiUtonee Heziowhai nloe well full of ice water 4 i U a f tr t i t SM u U 1+r 0 S iiNTUOKY IRISH 1t1121 RfAN II II 1 I 11 1 III II i j II i I i III 1 t I I II N II 1 i i I JLJ IIIII t I 1 B TRACY L H STRAUB 80TH PHONES 363 STRAUBBFUNERAL AND EMBALMERS crrl STREET8hottI1I1IIII111IiIIII11IIH1IlIII1IIIIII11III1I1IIJ- 1 thanSbnAL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S mast Main Street N+44+ H+++++ +++H+++++IF+++++++++ t tt D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET It H Cumb Phone Haiti 1913 Home Phone 1913 THJ1 WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold nt all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINKrHofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY S SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE nv THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Alt calla 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 Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phones HERRMANN BROSI- MPoa zRa FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOB BOTTLED m BOND TeKtew IMS 234 Sixth Street VINES uQuOlS IIW VALS t SALOON VAL LEtERcep Mist iMk early BorxiMg Iron ttK to 1341 eoIoeL 44 JIVV Qxrr-l l J JUNE Is the month fo- rWEDDING INVITATIONSSee and prices- KENTUCKY IRISH- AMERICAN 335337 West Green Street Kerne Phone 96 MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH CO UNTERIOPEN DAY AND 504 W JEFFERSON St OTTO B YENT PretTkJBrt Old and Rare Whlsklea a Specialty BLUEGRASS EiCNGEf LOUIS WABNITZ I CO rrrlttrl 339 FIFTH STREET t- u t tA J ftt-S ttJtt If1 J00ii W ZIZZZ z J z zzi GIVE US YOUR ORDERliI t I XX r 11 s xxffi n s Kentucky Irish Americanijji OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET iHit t 1 f I- ZIr jzlzjzzzzjzzzz1ZjZIIZZZZZZZZZYS00 N1N1 1 N i N S N 1 i 1N pS n NoNN iN1 1 1dV HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week4eneral- News NotesIMembers of Division 1 miss theI pictures that formerly adorned theltII 11 IIIThe national officers are ghlngII special attention to the order In Vir ginia Irish from start to finish will be the Baltimore Hibernian day next August 8 A chapter of Irish history Is read I at each meeting of the division at Mobile Ala Wednesdayday evening Many members of Division 1 were glad to shake the hand of John King last Friday nighttIncreased membership Is marked all along the line In Baltimore antie Western Maryland The suggestion for a central readII ing room and social meeting place iis received with general favor The Joint initiation nt Wllkesbarro was a monster one the degrees being conferred on 105 candidates Every member of Division 1 shoulJ attend the nest meeting and hearII the address of Charles Itaidy I Forty thousand spectators witnessed the recent Hibernian field day demonstration in Philadelphia It Is hinted that some of the men who will represent Division 4 in the tug of war can lift a freight car Seventytwo membesr were initiat ed at the last quarterly meeting of the County Board at Trenton N J Next month the Ladles Auxiliary will reach the first anniversary of its existence as a national organization The divisions of Ccranton have do nated 800 to Bishop Hoban to fur nish a room in the new episcopal resc Idenceaa Four new divisions have been or ganized In Luzerne county Splendid Jwork Is being done In all sections of PennsylvaniaDolan Meehan and Hesslon are all sports and the programme they are arranging will include all manner of athletics The general picnic committee will meet tomorrow afternoon at D Ji Colemans residence 1731 Portland avenue at 130 sharp The Denver Ladles Auxiliary one of the most flourishing organizations in Colorado entertained last night- a card party mind dance New Haven Conn has now the honor of having the largest division of the Ladles Auxiliary in the world the membership being 000 I Fiftyeight candidates were recent ly initiated at Columbus Ohio Hon John T Kelly National Director of Milwaukee was the guest of honor The picnic committee will meet every Sunday at 130 oclock and con duct business for only thirty minutes 1 to give members an opportunity J to recreate during the afternoon J There Is a steady growth in New Hampshire Recently Division 1 of Manchester was greatly Increased through the efforts of a committee of thirty appointed to strengthen its membershipA work of art a pictorial painting on glass representing the preaching of St Patrick at Tara that cost 1800 was donated dy Divis ion 2 to the new Harrisburg CatHc dral just dedicated Tom Dolan chairman of the field day games deserves the everlasting egoergyenthuse members to keep olive the gamVs of their forefathers Auxiliaries are urged to have their semiannual report of all members in good standing on June 30 together with the ten cents per capita tax in the offIda of their National Secretary as early In July as possible Indianapolis has seven divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary and at the quarterly meeting 107 candidates received the degrees Father Gavlsk delivered an address after which re freshments were served to 400 mem bers The outlook in California is very encouraging many divisions report jug increased membershIp In Oak I land a company of Hibernian Rifles has been formed and ways and means are being devised to aejure a site and erect a hall thereon GOOD FOR COLv WINNO Col Matt Z whin wlaoee Strict attention to businm SUOMMI la every JttiH hi u uadertakd ac1be a GOOD WORK FAIR PRICES foresight In turf matters have placed I him at the head of the American turfmen has been chosen to manage i the two New Orleans tracks this win ter Col Winn had the proposition under consideration for some time and his decision to guide the destinies of the two tracks pleases turfmen all over the country Honors and responsibilities have come fast for Col Winn is President of the Ameri can iurf Association Vice President of the Louisville Jockey Club and General Manager of the Louisville Racing Association APPEAR IN PUBLIC Plus X Expected to Pontificate at Feast of St Peter r It has been announced that the feast of St Peter the Apostle which this year happens to fall on Sunday will be celebrated with unusual solemnity and that probably the Pope himself if his health should allow will officiate at the Pontifical mass in the great Basilica to which admission will be only by ticket It was the custom for centuries for the Pope to make it a special duty to visit the tomb of the Prince of the Apostles on that day and formerly thnusamVs of people could witness his arrival In the Basilica and his kneeling for a short prayer at the is Altar of the Confession Since 1870 however no such public ceremony has taken place and usually the church has been emptied before the Pope came down from bin apartments The decorations of the it church this year will be of unusual magnificence RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Thomas Ryan who died Wednesday took place yester day morning from St Williams Ilev Denis Murphy officiating the moss of requiem Deceased was brother of the late John J Ryan and is survived by onto sister Mrs J Eifler 1538 West Oak street The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Greely whose death Is deeply regretted by a wide circle of friends and relatives took place Tuesday morning from the Dominican church She was the relict of the late William Greely and was a woman of many j Christian virtues The funeral of Arthur C Mlttlc beeler took place from St Peters church Thursday morning at 0 oclock Deceased was o son of Mr t and Mrs Jacob Mlttlebeeler of 1610 West Kentucky street and was a j bright and promising young man with jj- a host of friends who feel his loss greatly The Interment took place In St Michael cemetery After an Illness of about two months Mrs Kate OConriell wife of Daniel OConnell 1844 Portland aveII nue passed into eternity Monday SheII was fiftyfive years old and leaves besides her husband five children Mrs John aillesple Miss Kla 0Co nell and Humphrey Michael and WI11II lam OConnell The funeral was largely attended and attested the es teem in which the deceased was Weld John Claire one of the Park Boards most faithful and efficient guards and popular with the patrons of the Boulevard and Jacob Park succumber to pneumonia Wednesday morning at his homte 318 Twelfth street He was fiftytwo years old and Is survived by his wife and one Ron The funeral took place Friday from St Patricks church of which deceased had been long a devout memberPatrick Cummings an old and faithful employe of the Louisville Nashville railroad who came JO this city from Ireland more than fifty years ago died Saturday morning at his home 1224 Thirteenth street after being In Ill health for several months He was eighty years of age and is survived by a daughter Miss Cora Cummings and two sons James B Cummings an L N en gineer and Bartholomew Cummings of Los Angeloa CalTbe funeral took place Monday morning with a high mass of requiem at the Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsh was the celebrant and spoke feelingly of the life and virtue of the deceased who had ever been loyal to his church and his friends SOmALVISIT Members of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of Amerlea paid St Boniface branch eta social vtalL They were pleuattrcr8lelved and found eveilhhag In excellent thatlJlUloilloOcI l1 r IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Poteen prosecutions against a num ber of men residing in different parts of County Fermanagh instituted by District Inspector Murnane were tried at Newtownbutler when the de fendants were dismissed Miss McFarland recently discovered In an old wall near her home In the townland of Aughnacloy County Tyrone a sum of 1500 in gold and silver coins The money was rolled up In an old stocking The wall where the money was found is portion of a house occupied by her late father and it Is surmised the hoard has been concealed there for over sixty years The tenants on the Leltrlm estate of James Hamilton which is situ ated at Strandhlll have agreed to purchase out their holdings under the land purchase acts The terms are twentyfour years purchase all round In consideration of the land lord agreeing to have his grazing tract cut up and distributed among sportIngTenants on the Forbes estate situ ated at Annahgduff County Leltrlm held a meeting with dipt Darley the agent and through Solicitor Fox ar ranged terms for purchase The bog to be handed over to the trustees for the benefit of the tenants sport- Ing rights to be vested in the tenants and evicted tenants to be reinstated The estate comprises 900 acres and there are about sixtyfive tenants on The side of Slieve Anerlnn moun Lain near the disturbed area of Bal linaglera County Leltrlm where a fierce agrarian agitation is raging was the scene of a most destructive fire The flames covered over four miles of the mountain side The ten ants on various estates approached- the landlords to sell but they would not It Is stated that the tenants will not allow the landlords to shoot over the mountain this year and the fireI was started with a view of destroying- all young game The fires were started on Friday evening and were burning two days later With deep regret was received announcement of the death of William Prendergast a prominent old Nationalist and resident of Tipperary For close half a century he took an act ive part In every national political movement and was recognised as the leader of the famous old John Mitchell brass band which was known throughout Munster since the lays of the early seventies and particularly in connection with the Mitchell elections He also rendered invaluable service in the subsequent Dwyer Gray and Sarsfleld Casey elec tion and when the present John Dil lion M P was returned to represent Tipperary In Parliament he was as ever at his post of duty in popular ranksWhile I a farmer named Lonergan aged between thirty and forty was returning from Bansha to Knock I graffon near Cahir an accident of a shocking nature occurred to him which unhappily resulted fatally It appears that he and his brother were mounted on horseback and when they reached their own place one of the brothers passed in while the other turned his horse aside into a gateway off the road with the object of lighting his pipe In the act of striking the match It Is surmised that the animal took fright and reared throwing off the rider who was to tally unprepared for such a contin gency The unfortunate man in whose hands the reins had got en tangled lay helplessly underneath the horse while the animal pranced on him and when his brother wondering at the delay came back to see what was amiss he saw the poor fellow lying unconscious the place beside him covered with blood and his skull smashed in with the horse standing beside him- RUNAWAY ACCIDENT Harry R Swann Sr sustained a painful scalp wound and bruises Wednesday by being thrown from his carriage at Baxter and Underbill He was driving west when his horse be came frightened and ran into a mall wagon throwing the occupants to the pavement Mr Swann had Just recovered from a similar accident sustained a month ago It is thought he will be out again within a few days REPRESENTED JEFFERSONVIIO3- Michael F Dougherty the wen1 1t known Jeffersonville druggist leftt Monday flight for Evansville to repre sent the druggists of his oily at the annual meeting of the Indiana Phar jMMutkal jtMocJikiion Thta meetlne MWiiiI BE SURE TO GALL FOR- t iMcKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE is H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I I COI Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KY 8TO6 PABST BEER y ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TBLEPHONE xana o Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY a ASK FOR JVI1R5E1FINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY All the new Spring styles and shapes can be found 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sS St stSI TUG Giias Rogers BOOK 6o f PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Sfinest of their kind in the city 09 BOOKS MAGAZINES RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 4 S1ree1Jt8 LARGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY y UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated WORK A SPECIALTY S GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732- T N MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN horthand and TyoewritinUehta Reliable System smciH v Green Fourth F Try Youll I i i SHEPARD President t as taught at this institution is a valuable stonetov graduates are always in demand 7 COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 114DlUCSlrtttTlllller HOUSECLEANERS DELIGHT e nome and office cleaning made a pleasure and satisfaction when MAGIC VENEER GLOSSIs used on fixtures furniture woodwork leather couchespainted walls metals etc It cleans polishes disinfects and veneers at the same for water soap stains or varnish Magic Veneer Gloss is TransparentA- ndIe can be used on the lightest or darkest woods without changing Its original color In =the least If your dealer cant supply you wrltccaU or Home Phone 6S43 MONEY BACK IF NOT AS SUPERIOR FILTER AND SPECIALTY WKS eTAl3 TIiIRI9 STREET MJBANNON PrHMgr delightful l1ARKET Spencerian REPRESENTED P BANNONJR ViceFrit H M WOLTRINO Secretary COFFEE fl AND HAND vvvvloRBBANNON Treasurer r fo Banaon Sew PipeP p Ca1 Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe L itniteB Patent Lidded for Steam Ceadalts Wall Cojjfarf Drala Tile Vitrified Street Pavinsj Brick fiN rreefarf Plrie Pipe Fille Llalnrf Fire IrlcK Grate ad Belier TUeGroxn4 Fire clay Cki mejrToj Lawn Vase t YttrWed Sidewalk IrlcK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON rsLepxoxssza- WORKSiatthMid Lexiegtoq and MernoU Ave Bt pth aad ietk TL P110Na aeaa 1o 0 n We Serve the Best SodaWater in the City I perGlass I eeP BACON SO r e MARKET STREET ET THIRD AND FOURTH JNCORPORATBD to Last at St at four boys and three for the first time their Lord The of the year was in for this event and the many the labor th twere well Las week was in with a three days and when the day the were with joy the their Lord had in store for them The with mass sung by the Rev Boes who in and im the l once more of the act they wereI about to and of the they had made He also the and of the not to these little ones to come to Jesus but by their to a love and their God and their Boes time nor labor to make this a one in the of the The were with cut ferns and and the little was filled to with the and of the After the mass the off to also TV were at the In the after noon the there were Icil with the by the and On the of July floes will first at and on the at and will prove a to tWo and them a new life into the of look for a and next when an for five to the will be held Other of much will also be for club was at the this week when the de grees were on of the Lion This much and from the talks and made by the new morn bers and will soon D by the state ment that the net over 1200 the that had been Sand I and said the soon be out Only one on the fiUk list and his is are for a of July on the lawn of the In that city the of will be for the of that the rink loop and other with its of has been well to a the are day and next of the of the Mason Ina aty fl ts A O 1 Meets oin the and of Each D Vice J P J J of Each J Ford Vice T T Kean ey 3 on the First and of Each corner of and Main Vice Ehll John John 1714 J Noon 4 on the and Wed of Each P Vice J Uott P van 1520 1 on the First and at Pfaus Hall Vice T J E M G Cole Y 3VI I 205 at Club 530 Ben J Sand First Vice John Ti Ken ney Vice Lan Ben Reed G 2141 J W John G urge I of will be Danc ing Out In the park the De trio and band will for week and to sing one cent of is a treat The of St were held in the were Mar in Dixon Volt Coll Irene The were by John and Alvin Volt was the gold cedal for the The Club a social of men of the J give a moon on the next Juno 28 the boat to leave foot of at 8 The OCI are John A j Will and OneEight OUR IOUR iDEPARTMENTOpen Monday morning June 24 we will open our wholesale department to retail customers This is the result of the tremendous business being done in our retail department and to further our purpose of closing out our whole ale stock Everything will be sold in the regular retail way and at less than wholesale prices Come expecting exceptional bargainsyou will not be disappointed 0 OO00 OOJ PEWEE VALLEY Father floes Administers First Communion Seven Sunday Aloysius church Pewtee Valley girls received Eucharistic whole previous spent preparation great considering difficulties under which children classes attended passed immediate preparation ending retreat happy arrived children radiant awaiting great things ceremonies began high zealous pastor Father chosen pressive words reminded children great perform solemn resolutions reminded parents members congregation forbid rather good example foster devotion toward church Father spared neither occasion memorable history parish altars adorned choice flowfws palms church overflowing numerous friends relatives happy children good priest hurried Lagrange where large number present solemn sacrifice children invest scapular followed rosary benediction second Sunday Father administer communion Eminence following Sundays Lagrange Bedford These events blessing children through infuse spiritual congregations LOOK FOR HOT TIME Mackin Council Will Elect Five Delegates Tuesday Evening Members Mackin Council largely attended spirited meeting Tuesday night election delegates Owensboro Grand Council matters interest presented considera tionThe houste thronged meeting conferred fifteen twenty candidates awaiting initia addition makes Mackin stronger pledges another larger initiation follow Treasurer Thomas Clines created unbounded enthusiasm dramatic venture would thecouncl1 notwithstanding great expense incurred President complimented Maeklns workers councils indebtedness would wiped member Virgil Bohn remains condition improving HOSPITAL PICNIC Jeffersonville people arranging great Fourth picnic Mercy Hospital proceeds which benefit deserving institution FONTAINE FERRY FIREYORKS With pretty summer theater skating scenic railway loopthe popular amusement features Fontaine Ferry myriads electric lights likened miniature worlds taha1dwith regular Saturday fireworks immense crowds attracted there night The- 11IoPkinYaudevlUe bUltortreats bummer feature etik SOCIETY DIRECTORY H- DIVISION Second Fourth Friday Evenings Month PresIdentThomas Clines President James Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles Finegan- SergeantatarmsSJames Doran 2tThird Friday Evenings Month PresidentCon PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph LynchFinancIal SecretaryJohn DIVISON Meets Third Thursday evenings Month Northeast Seventeenth PresIdentJames Coleman President Cavanau MorrisRecording Secretary Financial Secretary Hession Baird street Treasurer Daniel Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas DIVISION Meets Second Fourth nesday Evenings Month PresidentJoseph McGinn President Stephen McEI Recording Secretary Frank lhurlteOSulliSeventh street t- nhellSergeantSentinel William Ansbro DIVISION JEFFERSONVnJE Meets Third Tuesday County PresidentLouIs Constan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy PresidentnoCoyle Recording Secretary OHern Financial Secretary Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall Garrity Banner BearerJ MACKIN COUNCIL Meets Tuesday Evenlga House Twentysixth Street President President Second President Frank ahanRecording Secretary Financial SecretaryFrank Adams Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph EfancockTreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphnt Andriot Outside Sentinel Bartsch traction which Harts Daisies Lauer Cooks military appear another hearsuch artists without jolt indeed GRADUATED commencement exercises AugustlneaAcademyIn Joffersonville Tuesday night Speltha Theater when following pupils graduated Joseph Burke Kelly Pierce Frank Meiers Alvin Willie Tlpps Wilfred Cavanaugh Joseph Reldlnger Lillie Constantine Catherine Cannon Edna Elizabeth Rellly Catherine Murphy Mary McGrody Howard certificates conferred Father OConnell awarded highest average MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Portland Outing organization eompoeed young Weal dYU1 light excursion Steamer Columbia Wednesday First street oclock Pm committee arrangements Nalllgaiii Coebrim Adam Mayer Martin PelleV Edward Meyer Chas Briekley Edward Perry 00t Dontforget OneTwo TwoOne PHONE NUNBER INDIANAPOLIS- Catholic YounA Men Will Have Big Day There- Tomorrow The seven councils of the Young Mens Institute of Indianapolis will told n joint institution on Sunday afternoon June 30 in St Josephs Hall on East North street under the auspices of the District Council At the last District Council meeting Messrs Joseph Manning Oscar Barry and Michael McCarty were given power to make all the arrangements and haves therefore selected a sirnny corps from the three local degree teams to conduct the initiatory cere monies which Are certain to be suc I cessfulThe Y M iIIall 615 East North street will be headquartlers and there Sherman Council will do every thing possible to make the day a pleasant one for all visitors and members Invitations have been ex tended to all the councils in the Indnna jurisdiction and large delega tions are expected The committee In charge would also be pleased to have members from Kentucky and Ohio present to assist in making the work a success The committee on receptljn is as follows James Fitzpatrick Edward Lechner James McKInney D B Shea James E Troy William P Curran Thomas Dugan Samuel Mar shall John McCarty Anslem Shemel John Feeney Cornelius Shea Oscar F J Barry Patrick F Duffy Maurice Campbell C J Lenehan Edward Elck John T Burk Joseph B Classlck Harry Whitcomb and William J Rya- nCENTRAL COMMITTEE Will Observe Yearly Sunday After Feast of Corpus Christi The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held its monthly meeting at St Marys Hall with ten branches and the two mill tary companies represented The en tertainment ritual and circular com nlttees were all reported working and making satisfactory progress Two more branches were reported as ready to affiliate and soon all will be represented in the committee In the uture the Sunday following the Feast of Corpus Christi will be observed as C K of A day Resolutions were adopted thanking Fathers Leo and Rock and the choir and Branch 36 of St Anthonys for the part they took in the recent celebration The En ertalnment Committee was instructed to give an entertainment to raise funds for the coming State conven tion This will likely take the form of an outing After adjourning all visited tho First Regiment Band and were much pleased with Its prospects and outlook FOUR FREE TURNS The innovation of free vaudeville proved such a big success at the White City this week that the management has provided a still stronger bill to begin Sunday after noon The womens band has been reengaged and the four new vaude ville turns put on the list of tree attractions in the park The Boise family of aerlallsts will be seen again all next week in their sensational aerial performance UNIFORM RANK KNIGHTS Next Wednesday night Companies A and C of the Catholic Knights ot America will have a social gathering of their members at St Martins Hall witch matters pertaining to the future progress and welfare of the Uniform Rank will be discussed The Sir Knights expect to cement a closer union between their members and also take steps toward securing their summer uniforms Refreshments and souvenirs will be plentiful for the oc caBlon and designs for the new Uniform Rank watch charm will ba exhibited for the flrat time n a k NPNA4+ NNN0l 61lNMNSN 19JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture 4y Carpets Rugsf 9 i Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS Homes Furnished Complete Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come In and let us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think wescan 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 finer or more varied stock can not be found When you buy from us you have the satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in the most substantial manner finish and design perfect N NN ONINNwONNN t1NeNN0slNNN t t EFiuT Qw TMAHRENSMtl rir 8 11 QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year wIll keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to tell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND ootBy reason of being out of the high rent district we are to SAVE A DOLLAR on each tt pair of shoes you buy 400 Values for 300 I 350 Values for 250 Shoe Store 307 WEST JEFFERSON FINE JEWELRY N We are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNNTHE JEWELER 530 West Market Street CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager UBADQVARTE S FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY 1 Albert T Schranz Co a REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 1 xoNEy TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room III Law Bldg Center and Greens rcSERVFS NorA0NLY D J aLauvwttKw able YOU t Haager t FALLS f THE ONLY SHOEPOLISH MADE IN THESOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS DR Je CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered sottt39Phones i Office 1007 W Broadway FORGE 913915 SEVENTH ST Hit MMH tM- xnrx t II It MMUMMIIII I H I M HItt lt It WINEs OBAMPAGXM f AWNKOLd3Green Street t LIQUOR olds ta- O r