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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r IRIS VOLUME XIXNO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS I 4 Y1M1IfG- rand Council to Bring Prom- Inent Catholic Mon to Owonsboro Sarto Council and Citizens Will Entertain on Elaborate fScaleConvention Will Be In Session Two Days and Adjourn Tuesday DELEGATES AND THEIR COUNCILS The Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute which meets in Owensboro tomorrow and will be in session Monday and Tuesday will bring to that beautiful city as notable and representative a gathering of Catholic young men as ever assem bled in the Kentucky jurisdiction This convention promises also to be important from the fact that legisla tion will be had tending to further strengthen this grand and useful society with the view of putting this State which is now in the front rank In the lead throughout the country Provision will be made for the or ganization of a number of councils where none exist and the work that has Been introduced at former con ventions but went no further will be completedDuring the past year the councils in this jurisdiction flourished and the reports of Grand President Mar tin and Secretary Dawson will show that nearly all have increased numerically and financially Both these officers will make suggestions re incomingcareful consideration Any changes made in the present laws will be of minor importance the organization being opposed to + frequent or radical alterations of the constitution or bylaws which were prepared with great care and are now well known to all the members The two greatest changes will relate to the offices it being proposed to hereafter have those of Secretary and Treasurer separated The other will be the office of Organizer for which many believe there is impera tive necessity If this is not done action will be taken that will enable the Grand President and Secretary to perform this important work The convention proper will meet Monday morning after the high mass in the rooms of Sarto Council where the business sessions will be led As near ao could be ascertained the councils and delegates that will con stitute the convention are as fol1owlI St Catherine Bernard M Bowling New Haven Chickasaw James J Cusick Mem phis Tenn- Lambert YoungOwen T Canty FrankfortDe Very Rev Father Jos A Hogarty Libanci Lafayette John D Kearney New portSatolllWlUlam A Perry LouIs vlllleMackln Ben J Sand Vincent Fallsl John Farrell Charles S Raidy William M Higgigns Louisville Phil Sheridan John Ills Jr Bellevue Sarto Aug Uraf Owensboro Trinity John J Sullivan Sr E P Wulf James IJ Kelly MajorRev William B Ryan Win cllesterMontgomeryEdwin J Rhodes Knottsvllle t The council and delegates not included In the above list Is Barry at Lexington but It Is not doubted that it will be represented doler gates and the Committeeofchartered a special train over the Henderson route that will leave here tomorrow morning at 8 oclock and- o returning will arrive about 11 oclock The train will be met at Ilawesville by a special reception committee and upon their arrival at Owensboro all will form in line and proceed to Sarto Councils club rooms whero there wilt be an address of welcome by Hon LaVega Clements and luncheon will be served In the after noon the officers nnd delegates will be the guests of Sarto at a double header ball game and later and one Monday trips will be made to the Seven Hills Chautauqua After the i the dele adjournment on Tuesday gates and newly elected officers will be given a grand banquet nt the- o Rudd House beenUpno announcements for any of the offices Heretofore they have been eagerly sought after and each Grand 1 Council had its warm contests but this year the outlook is for a veryIu quiet election as an office will to every council willAmongba most noted will be exSupreme President William Fogarty of Indianapolis I and John J Sullivan and James T Shelly of this city Vice SuPresidentt preme Council PRIESTS EUCHARISTIO LEAGUE Very Rev Father Deppen DIoces- an Director of the Priests Euchar istlb League of the Louisville diocese has called the fifth conference for Tuesday September 17 at theI Church of the Blessed Sacrament onI East Wa toBtH street Vicar Gen rts CR u a- A eral Cronin will bo the celebrant o the solemn Gregorian mass assiste- by Fathers Connolly and Melody n deacon and subdeacon with Rev Dr Schuhmann of the Cathedral acting as master of ceremonies ThoI sermon for the occasion will bot preached by the Very Rev Dean- OConnell rector of St Josephs a Bardstown Invitations have been sent to all the clergy and tho reunion will doubtless be both successful and memorable NASH AND THE POPE New York Banker Impressed by Pontiffs Dignified Simplicity William A Nash President of the Corn Exchange Bank of New York had an audience with the Pope in the course of his recent visit to Rome- I was much impressed by the Holy Fathers dignified simplicity said Mr Nash last Saturday in Paris Fifteen of us including three American ladies were admitted to the audience chamber and had seats around the room The Pope entered soon afterward followed by his majordomo who acted as interpre ter Pius X speaking only Italian with a broad Venetian accent He walked up to one after another of the visitors extending his hand for St Peters ring to be kissed In this I understand he departed from the practice of his predecessor who in variably remained seated Next the Pope stood in the middle of the room and uttered a few words of benediction which were translated by tho majordomo Then the Pope again came around and chatted a few min utes with each of us with the utmost kindliness and affability Ho struck me as a man of lofty character and ideals but devoid of worldliness and a knowledge of affairs There was nothing worth repeating in my conversation which was chiefly about my Impressions of Rome the P6pe avoiding all reference to controversial religious subjects This is the first time that I have seen the Pope I am glad that I did not miss theI opportunity CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Central Committee Hustling For Reunion at White City We do not know fully what efforts are being made by the various branches in the interest of the reo union and outing of ithe Catholic Knights of America and the Uniform Rank which takes place at the White City on Monday August 19 but witIli the Central Committee at least all is eager stir and bustle and there is a determination and enthusiasm that is inspiring and presages success This outing will In a wide sense be a reunion of all the Catholics of the Falls Cities and will bring happiness i to those who want to properly entertain the Kentucky State con vention when it meets in Louisville next year Tickets of admission arc now being sold and as many as can are requested to secure them now and thus help Miss Hill and the other young ladies who have entered the contest Through the kindness of Col John Whallen a special bill of amusements will be put on for this occasion and In addition to the great Passion Play the Knights will be interested in the Johnstown flood the fire show Ven ted canals the scenic railway the I chutes dancing pavilion and at eight of the other attractions leastII Central Committee met last hear reports and will hold two meetings next week to make still further preparations in the en deavor to score this year a greater success than Over before PAID IN FULL Tuesday morning State Inspector Hines filed his report after InvestIgat iing the books of former County Clerk Semonln and at once certified i checks were tendered and accepted thereby knocking Into a cocked hat the many stories about him in tho I daily papers Semonln was a good i fellow with a legion of friends not one of whom doubted for a moment showIlngasI ways been cleVer but honest and ifi so disposed he might cause certain I individuals and newspapers trouble they did not anticipate His com plete vindication was never doubted among those who knew him best BRAVE JOHN QUINN Officer John Quinn one of the coolest and most efficient members of the local police force again distinguished l himself by saving the life of a helpless child Wednesday night Just as a woman with two children was crossing at Fourth and Green an approaching car bore down upon them and the frightened woman ran with one child leaving the other standing on the track Patrolman grabbedthejust as the car sped past The fender struck his foot and tore the heel off his shoe Scores of persons homeward bound witnessed the act andI commended him for his bravery TRIDUUM Monday morning a Trlduum a three days prayer will begin at S Johns church Clay and Walnut tInI preparation for the feast of the As sumption which occurrs on Thursday The venerable pastor Very Rev Lawrence Dar will be the celebrant of the mass and will give a short Instruction in the morning atl 5 oclock At night Father Vincent Troat the eloquent Franciscan will conduct the services and deliver the t sermoaa 11 UCIr 1 DANGEROUSs Would Be the Withdrawal of Part lament They Defeated the Birrell Bill and Saved the Csthollc- School Tho Sinn Fein Movement Has Both Good and Dad Features THEY MUST PROCEED WITH CARE Unless we mistake says the Cath olic Sun in discussing Irish and Cath olio affairs and an article in the Na tional Hibernian the Catholic press of the United States Canada Eng land and Ireland will have a rather disagreeable duty to perform during the next few months particularly that portion of it which is edited by men of Irish Catholic birth or de scent The lamentable thing is that there is no necessity for the pre dicted struggle For years the Irish Catholics on this side the ocean have studiously refrained from taking part in the unfortunate faction fights that almost annually spring up over in Ireland believing it im perative that men Of the race should be united here in America however disunited those of Celtic blood may elect to be oversea Experience has proved that this policy is a wise one It is a pity that it should now be abandonedEverybody knows that Ireland has long been represented in the Parliament of England It is unquestionable that this representation has done much good work Under OCon nell it was instrumental in securing Catholic emancipation Between that period and the passage of the local government act of 1803 it hindered the passage of much dangerous leg islation and assisted In bringing about the repeal of various coercion measures In 1003 it secured the land purchase act and other measures since But it would seem that a curse of disunity rests upon that unhappy country Here in America the race has not been torn by factions to any serious extent but perpetually there has been strife in- Irelandsharp antagonisms ceaoe bitter recriminations As seen from this side every man great or small has had his little plan of action and fought for its accept acceptedhestarted forth to destroy that order which would not him its proplletII Sinn Fein is an Irish phrase and means Ourselves alone or selfjj Reliance We de not deny that the movement unquestionablyis has some good features I I believe by misguided patriots on one i side and selfish setekers after notoriety on the other The Sinn Fein movement in a nutshell dares to assort that the best way to gain re forms for Ireland even home rule for IrelandIs to bring about the withdrawal of the Irish members from the Parliament of England This is nonsense pure nnd simple If the Irish Parliamentary party had not stood out against the Birrell edu cation bill last year in what sort of condition would the Catholic schools of England be today It is a fact of record that the Catholics prelates of England with the Archbishop at Westminster at their head credited the defeat of that Infamous meanrc II to the efforts of the Irish members rot Parliament Since those who atjj tend the English Catholic schools art parentageItalone there was need of an Irish party and that it did good work But this is not all At the present moment the British Liberals are endeavoring to put a disgraceful con UleItire verbiage almost as dangerous astt the associations law of France It I actually is an entering wedge in the it the Liberals sand Nonconformists have the British Liberals by the throat and the aforesaid Noncon formists are violently and unblush ingly antiCatholic Look at Me Kennas scandalous trainingschool and college measure last week formulated in proof By means of It the Liberals and Nonconformists would outrageously secularize the Catholic training schools of England force them to open their doors to Nonconformist teachers and children and abatie Oathlic teaching within their walls Who fpr the most part bullded those schools The Irish Catholics of England Whose chil dren attend them Those of the aforesaid Irish Catholics If such legislation shall obtain in the larger island beyond question it will be only a matter of time until it obtain in the smaller as the Dishopof Limerick recently pointed out What would there be to prevent it With out representation in Parliament Ireland could not utter an effective protest Without representation she againsttany oppressor might elect to put upon her Now the Hibernian in the United States are Catholics No tIJnean enter the organization unless he is a anyl misled in the present instance It will not stretch hands across the lea to an irreepbiwlble organization that- gIrtrallypropoeess to withdraw Irish n representation from Parliament and leave the Irish Catholic schools in England to their fate to be secularized and confiscated at will Irish American Catholics will not Identify themselves with a movement which proposes to withdraw and allow the Infamous convent inspection bill to pass They will look abroad nnd see the cloven hooffor it is there plainly and unmistakably CATHOLIC MARRIAGE j t Regulations Promulgated by Archbishop Messmer of Milwaukee 1 j According to regulations just promulgated by Archbishop Messmer ofMilwaukeeried after 5 aclock in the evening in the winter or 6 oclock in the summer No Catholic may be married in nythlngbutbeing forbidden and bridal parties are admonished that a Catholic wedding and a Catholic church are not the place for a display of female forms and freaks of fashion Wholly Catholic weddings must take place in the church and mixed marriages in pastoral residences The rules are contained in a booklet for the guidance of Catholics that is comprehensive in its scope In toxicating liquors are barred from gntherIngsheldciables and card parties are forbid den on Saturdays and Sundays and lectures on profane subjects organ recitals sacred concerts stereopti- con exhibitions and exhibitions of a similar nature are strictly forbidden in churchesTo from voting is always poor politics and often poor Christianity says the Archlbshop and he Immediately proceeds to warn Catholics to be on their guard against political candidates who are Catholics in name only without practicing their religion or who look poly to political advancement and personal enrichment Sooner elect a straight outspoken Protestant of good Christian principles and fair intention than a Catholic with less religion and probably less principle RECENT DEATHSir William Emhoff thirty years old and well known in German Catholic circles died Monday at the residence of his mother Mrs Elizabeth Em hoff 1026 Twelfth street His fu neral took place Thursday morning from St Boniface church For the bereaved mother there iso felt the most sincere sympathy as flits was her second great loss By the death of Martin Ruppert of 919 Charlton street which oc curred Monday last St Josephs church suffers a distinct loss For many years he resided in the Eas End and was widely known and respected The funeral services were held Wednesday morning the interment being in St Louis ceme tery The funeral of Urban Klssell beloved husband of Lillie Kissell 1327 Quincy street took place Wednesday morning with a requiem mass at St Josephs church lIe was thirty years old nnd was held In high es teem by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances who deeply regret his early death With 1feellngs of most profound sorrow was received the news of the deaths of Mrs Clara Ruf beloved wife of William Rut 602 Laurel street which occurred Monday night after a brief illness She was the possessor of many fine traits of character and enjoyed the esteem of a large number of friends Her fu neral took pact Thursday morning from St Mary Magdalens the Rev Father Gausepohl celebrating the solemn mass of requiem TIle funeral of Mrs Margaret Gross who died Monday took place Wednesday morning from St Charles church Until about six months ago Mrs Gross had been in good Wealth but grief over the loss of a daughter caused a rapid decline She was the wife of A J Gross head salesman for Gathof Bros and was held in high esteem in Catholic cir cles Besides her husband she leaves eight children and two sisters Mrs Poscph Kestler and Mrs Dennis Ponovan of Jeffersonville and one brother Patrick Malay of Chicago INTEREST AROUSED Tho fact that ft fine building lot will go to some purchaser of a ticket for ten cents has aroused Interest in the picnic to be given by St Leos congregation on the church grounds on Thursday afternoon and night August 29 Besides the lot there are a number of other desirable prizes for ticket holders and a splendid organ donated by tho Montenegro Relhm Music Company to the lady selling the largest number Father Fitzeeralds friends are making ex tensive preparation for this occasion and in addition to the excellent din ner and supper that will be served by tho ladles of the congregation all will be entertained with vavldus amusements MEETS MONDAY NIGHT The regular monthly meeting of tho Particular Council of the St Vincent do Paul Society will be held Monday night in St Francis Hall Now that the fall season la approach willihaveident Campbell that all will attend and take part In making the neces sary arrangements therefor L l 61 li I e HIS SUN SET1 Saint Oaudonp Noted American Sculptor Died Last Saturday Statues of Farragut Sherman and Cooper Brought Him Fame Born In Dublin and Inherited the Charm of His Irish Mother PARHELL STATUE HIS LAST WORK Augustus Saint Gaudens the noted American sculptor died at his home in Cornish N H last Saturday even Ing after a long Illness and Amen can art is deprived of one of its fore most figures Though for some time past unable to remain in New York he kept up to the last his connection with the various art societies of Europehoartist He bad long ago received honors from France and only last spring he finished and sent to Ire land the statues of Charles Stuart Parnell which takes its place as the finest of the public monuments DublinHis ofII father Bernard Paul was a native of Saint Gaudens in the South of France a shoemaker by trade who emigrated when comparatively a young man and while on his way to the United States stopped at Kingstown near Dublin where the ship was to take on Irish emigrants Looking over the bulwarks Saint Gaudens espied on shore a comely lass That girl is to be my wifeI ho exclaimed to a friend by his side lIe left the ship and later married her So it came about that Augustus Saint Gaudens was born in Dublin the offspring of love at first sight the son of a French father and an Irish mother He was born on Irish soil March 1 1848 His coloring and perhaps the peculiar charm lie exercised socially may well have been due to that Irish mother with auburn hairAugustus Saint Gaudens was early apprenticed to a cameo cutter from whom he learned to work with extreme minuteness and care He went to the art school of the Cooper Union and later to the schools of tho Academy of Design but It was evi dent to at least one of his fathers friends that he had talent enough to make a name for himself in a larger field In 1867 he wus sent to Paris and later to Rome where he made aIHiawatha ithat attracted much attention from American travelers Since then Manhattan has seen un veiled the very original and beautiful statue to Admiral Fnrragut on Madison Square tha seated Peter Cooper on the flowery and the splendid equestrian Gen Sherman on Fifth Avenue Plaza Boston admires on Beacon street and the Common the combination of equestrian statue andrelief commemorating Col Robert Gould Shaw and his negro troops fallen at Fort Wagner Springfield and Philadelphia have his Samuel Chapin Puritan and Chicago may well boast of his impressive Abra ham Lincoln In Lincoln Park and his fiery Gen John A Logan These monuments and his Parnell in Dublin are enough for any sculptor to have produced but they only show one side of his genius It is possible that his small medallions with portraits wilt some day take even higher rank also his plaques and busts Saint Gaudens shared with other great sculptors an infinite power of taking pains In his work The ems sic example in his case was tho twelveyear term in the making of the Robert Gould haw monument This he destroyed again and again He would not be hurried In his work and for the past twenty yearssuch- was the reputation he had gained many important monuments were not even offered to him because it was felt impossible that he could finish them Another kind of sculp tor would have set up a big atelier In New York employed a dozen assistants and turned out the work To this he could riot bring himself He had to have assistants and some of them have attained great rank MocMonnles for instance OConnor and othersbut he steadily refused the lure of commercial statuary which presses with almost irre sistible momentum upon a sculptor who has made a great name So he never had a chance to lay aside money by producing work as quickly as some artists can He leaves a widow and one son Homer Saint GaudensNo sculptor has reached higher distinction than August Saint Gaudens yet he never had to con tend with poverty or lack of pa trons He had the rare quality of impressing the public end yet ex torting from his rivals in art not only respect but enthusiasm for his work He was intensely serious with regard to everything that related to his art though far from gloomy or ascetic in other respects His low re liefs often show the Donatella qual ity his monuments are distin guished by thoughtfulness and an in dividual grace It was only lost week that his statue of Parnell was put on exhlbl thou in Dublin MISS LAURA RAFFO BETTER I Miss Laura Raffo who wasstrick- s j a11 u1e visitingInCharles P Raffo is reported making nice progress toward recovery As soon as news of Miss Raffos Illness reached this city her father and mother Mr and Mrs Sid Raffo for New York to be with her Re Father Raffo arrived here Thurs I day night and it is hoped his niece will be able to return in another week JEFFERSONNILLE Martin Goss Stricken With Appendicitis That Proves Fatal It la with feelings of regret tha the friends of Martin Goss one of the best known men in Jefferson vllle heard of his death Wednesday evening following an operation for nlSbtSaturdaya feeUPbadlyto the hospital and was thought to be doing well but Wednesday ho sank rapidly and died a few minutes after his family arrived at his bed sideMartin Goss was about forty years IIenryvilleIndd livinghighlyearlier part of his life was spent on I the home farm and when a youn man he went to Jeffersonvllle For agentfor I I of which his brotherinlaw John J Moran was Superintendent and ho continued to follow the business as IIjj wholesale dealer Energetic and successful I he made money and purchased 1 a fine farm near Henryville MrII Ooss lived in a uretty cottage atcc Front street and Illinois avenue Be 1 sides his parents wife and children there are four brothers and five sis ters who are Edward Goss Frank I Goss Richard Goss Peter Goss the last named of Louisville Miss Nellie AgnesGoss I mother and Miss Maggie Goss whoI is a Sister of Providence and is inII the convent of St Marys of thecc Woods near Terre Haute Mr Goss was a member of St Autrustinos Catholic church in Jefjj fersonvllle and was a faithful attend ant and a liberal giver toward all its needs I PRIEST ROBBED 1 Father McClelland Found Unconscious jon Streets of Indianapolis The Rev Father II A McClelland 0 Pof this city who left Wednes day for Springfield 111 for the pur I pose of making his annual retreat was found that night lying uncon scious on the street near the Union depot in Indianapolis Only a short distance from where Father McClel land was found there were evidences apparentthatsome distance His lint was on his breast his clothing was covered with dust and his pockets were turned wrong side out Eleven pennies were found near the scene where they had evidently been dropped by his assailants Lieut Henry W Sandman Detec tive Lancaster and Patrolman Gib ney hurried the victim to the City Dispensary The identity of theI priest was ascertained from a letter found in his pocket addressed to the Rev H A McClelland Sixth and St Catherine streets Louisville Ky When this was written but little in formation had been received concern Ing the case other than that Father McClellands condition was not dan gerous and there was no occasion I for apprehension among his many friends MAKING OFFICIAL VISIT Miss Mary Corcoran State Presi dent of the Ladles Auxiliary A O H will leave tomorrow for an offi cial visit to all the auxiliaries In the State Before returning she will endeavor i to organize a division of the order In Lexington Miss Corcoran wll visit Paris Newport Covington and Ashland where she will address a largo open meeting that has been arranged for next Wednesday nightI She reports that the order Is on a boom in Kentucky and that in Newport every Sunday the County Presi dent and President of the division there go around in a carriage iIn- quest of new members NEGRO GOT HER MONEY One of the boldest of the many re cent daylight holdups occurred last Tuesday when Mrs Catherine Coak ley motherinlaw of Circuit Cour- Stenographer John Cassllly residing at 513 West Kentucky street robbed of her pocketbook on Fift street Mrs Coakley had been ou for the purpose of making some pur chases and while on her way on Fifth street a burly negro ran from the alley between Kentucky and Zano streets Threatening the aged lady with a large dirk knife he seized her pocketbook and then made his escape Mrs Coakley was for the time being prostrated by the shock of the dastardly assult CENTS FOR HENRY Somewhat amusing was the examination at no small expense which- showed l that the State owed ex Sheriff Henry Bell the sum of thirty one cents Examinations of books in the various departments have been under way for some time and it i most gratifying to the friends of thd old qffjccholders that each an every ono has been able to Settle i full and receivei his quietus i- a N T EXILED 1 ArevTranstorrod to Remote Districts Attempt to Itoscno a Prisoner Results in Serious Fighting I e Constable Barrttt Says Agita OvertIreland POLICE YICTIBS OF THE LANDLORDS dlspatcheabring thatsofthelastSaturday hundred sentoffthreatenedpolice Saturdaywhowasagseveral personsSquare Thetsquare was guarded by soldiers Not hearDarrettGovernmentformany troops into the city and said that the men isolatedstntlonsagitationover thattheisthewhenthemilitary werethemaintamed address a of about 1000 civilians was carried cityA a van loaded with onfirewreckageoffwagons were overturned Later in policepatrol firstdrivenrived and a series of club charges were necessary before the crowd dis injured The press report also stated that the negotiations to bring an end to the cafriJers strike will terminate Telegrasfromthat the day passed quietly The dls affected membqrs of the constab ulary apparently have been unnerved by the transferring of men from Belfast and the fact that no strike was declared there while the more woller minded have been influenced InspeetolGenera t and unwise to discuss their grievances under the present circumstances Wednesdays dispatches say the first day of the military policing of Belfast passed In absolute quiet There was no incident of any kind wind the effect of the presence of the troops on the business of the city was most excellent Some of the and factories that had closed were reopened nnd others announce that they will reopen tomorrow More goods have been removed from d the docks than on any day since the dockers strike began and it is apparent that the strike 01 the carters will collapse speedily 1 CAUSES MUCH REGRET Father Tom Majors Condition Shows But Little Change Throughout Kentucky and the South the news that there Is no Im provement In the condition of Rev Father Thomas S Major rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd at Frankfort whose failing health was noted in these columns some months ago when he went South causes pro found regret Father Major is one of the most widely known and best liked priests in the State and under his administration the church at the State capital has made steady advancement Of an old and intensely Southern family the breaking out of tho war between the States sent him Into the ranks of the Souths defenders he becoming a member of Morgans cavalry After the war ho studiedtproven as loyal and devoted a soldier of tho Fromhprayerstcomplete health of Father Major priest soldier gentleman PUPPY MEMORIAL CROSS Tho large memorial cross to be erected over the remains of Sir Charles Gavan Duffy In Glasnevln cemetery Dublin is now finished and Kilkennytosplendid example of the Celtic pat tern standing over seventeen feet executedsomespeadid derstood the unveiling ceremony will take place this month when several Charlesd thenthe occasion r NTUCKY ZYiLYESH AlYiERYOAN j KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN ctothe Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers c SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Entered at the Loultvllle Poitoftlce as SecondClass flitter Address ill Commualcitloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1907 LIFT TIllS LiWhile the city authorities are lree- ling the lid on they should see thac J i the public pumps and drinking places are kept in prppcr order LnstII Sunday large numbers of many of whom were strangers were forced to beg water as the pumps almost everywhere were withoul dippers This is a lid for wide I there is no excuse During these hoi days our street pumps are a great benefit to the thirsty poor win must depend upon them altogether It Is to be regretted that there arc not more of them but those we have I should be given the best care as theyI can be depended upon in case of ncci N dent to the water works and are r blessing to those sections in wile waer mains are not yet laid Put dippers on the pumps and keep them i I cathere KEEP HANDS OFF FQr years it has been the wiseII policy of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians of America to ignore anti keej hands off the factional strifes thntII have been taking place in nut in the last issue of the Xationa Hibernian there was an article inII doring the Sinn Fein movement nsI against the United Irish League nnd the Parliamentary party that has brought forth vigorous protest from the Catholic press and Hibernians everywhere who fall to see whal right that journal has to commit Itself to this old world strife largely precipitated by the absurd demand of the Sinn Fein propagandists The mass of the Hibernians we are cer tain wilt not follow its lend And why Because they are Irish Cath olics This is not a startling state ment of course and yet it is signifi cant at the present moment The Sinn Fein agitators arc senselessly proclaiming that there is no good reason for the existence of Irish members in the British Parliament As the Catholic Sun says if we know aught of the spirit of the Archbishops and Bishops of this country and after years of Service under the guidance of several ol them we think we dotine Sinn Fein idea of withdrawing Parliamentary representation will not be allowed to make much progress among Ameri 1 1canHibernians As a society of prac r tical Catholics it can not afford to take a position so fraught with danger to the struggling Irish Cath olic1 in England The Sinn Fein I advocates may rest assured that such strong Archbishops and Bishops as Mgrs Ryan Farley Quigley Glen non Ireland OConnell Kcane Mess mer McFaul Ludden Hoban Scan nell Burke Colton McQuaid Spald Ing and such like will not coun tenance a movement which inevitably would give the sniffling British Non conformists free rein to invade the convents of England Ireland and I Scotland and secularize the Catholic schools If the promoters of this I unfortunate agitation doubt our k warning let them examine the editorial columns of the official Cath olic press of the country Already the handwriting is beginning to r gleam upon the wall and as the weeks pass it will become still more significant Even such Catholic lay e papers as the Catholic Citizen of e Milwaukee condemn the proposition as absurd It is denounced by this able Catholic Standard and Times of Philadelphia the True Voice of Omaha the Catholic Universe of Cleveland the Monitor of Newark New Jersey and we may be certain that others equally strong will speak farf out when the moment Is ripe The Hibernians in America must not ipake such unhappy blunder It would be suicidal and eventually bring upon the organization the con xlemnatlon of the church It is an 1 OJtl World faction fight and the pol yof the American organization should be severely one of hands off REPUDIATES SOCIALISM Gov Hoeh of Kansas repudiates wclalism like so many statesmen of our day when he says I am not an alarmist I am not a pessimist I am not an optimist I ttm not a whiner fpr the good old times but I say to you unless the American people can find soma reasonable and speedy solution of these great industrial proolemns in which the rights of the many can be maintained without in irTrjrlng the rights of the few n tidal Wave of government ownership or practical socialism wjjl sweep ever this country one of these days r 3nd Bweep us all off our feet It w11bea calamity ifit comes be fe wtoere thecause an ideal condition Individual has tiff largest possible faces for 1iU talent and It will be a llA day for dvIMaaUoii when the u 1 era n ernchrtrfm 11indildunl11 up in government and when the I Indian ideal of government is real ized the ideal of a great father dis I sucIcotashand courage and patriotism of American people They will be equal to this emergency as they hay I been equal to the emergencles of past The honest conservative theII reasonable corporation people and the wise farseeing incorruptible I statesmen of the land will ultimately get together and solve these problems In the mutual interest of allII nod each alike POLITICAL TANGLE I The complications in Irish politic are growing more complex The sensations is the declaration by Sir Thomas Esmonde chief whip of the Irish party that he is convinced that Parliamentary agitation as noW IIJ conducted has spent its force am that nothing more can be gained bj it on its present lines This declare tion made in the course of a long letter rend at a Sinn Fein meeting in Enniscorthy is perhaps rashly assumed to indicate Sir Thomas Es jmondes adhesion to the Sinn Fein doctrines But Sir Thomas expressly states that he does not commit himself to the programme of that party lIe has not resigned nor even spoken of resigning his seat in Parliament though it was stated that he had asked to be relieved of the duties of whipThe able editor of the Dundalk Democrat and a firm supported of the Irish party has read carefully Sir Thomas Esmondea letter and fails to find it in any declaration oi belief in the Sinn Feln doctrine of total abstention from Parliament on1 the part of the Irish members A man of his experience however weary of the apparently fruitless pursuit of home rule in the Westminster Parliament can not fail to appreciate the value and necessity of having Parliamentary represents tives in attendance there It is only the wilfully blind or the hopelessly obtuse critic who insists that the Irish party has achieved and can achieve no good for Ireland or Irish interests by taking part in the work of Parliament We have always held that this is the weak point in the Sinn Fein programme and the only es sential point on which the advocates 10 that policy differ materially from tine Parliamentarians It is a declaration which the most casual student of political history can quite easily disprove While the local papers are giving much space to the crime that prevails in other cities they should not shut their eyes to the condition of affairs in Louisville Scarcely a day passes that there is not either a rape case holdup burglary or felonious assault with arresiB few and far between and still fewer con victions for the crlnves Unless there is a change Louisville will be brought face to face with troubles worse even than those alluded to Nearly every administration for the past thirty years has promised that the abominable claim shaving practice would be abolished That was when they first assumed office but it was not long until they forgot nil about the matter The city cans well as any corporation pay its employes at least semimonthly and- re sincerely hope that Chairman Mites will succeed in securing more frequent paydays and save the men who earn small wages from the loan harks The Pope last Saturday morning eceived a pilgrimage of over 100 Americans from all parts of the UnWed States and responded to their reetlngs in a speech of affectionate J eellng As a special mark of favor IIis Holiness permitted the taking of photograph of himself surrounded bythe pilgrims The American proposition regard ng the lestablishment of a permanent court of arbitration at TheI Hague was adopted Saturday by theI ubcommittee before which the pro tosal has been argued There Were wentyfive affirmative votes twelve delegates were absent I 1 No judicial act will be more popu I Inr than that of Judge Landis in fin ing the Standard Oil Company There isi no part of the United States whereat I corporation is not known and heated I iI The ad vnlorfem system of taxation rovidoft for practical equality beeII ail of propertyreen clawes I I WJj I cnt0- tt t t scsr II SOCIETY i 869696969e969S969 9K9 Miss Edna Harlow left Monday to visit relatives at St Louis Misses Mayme and Ella Hortiga are visiting friends in Birminghan Ala Edmund C Gerst has been spending a vacation at Lily White Sulphur Springs Miss Josephine OConnell left Sat urday for a trip to Niagara Fall Toronto and Buffalo John Kelly and the Misses Kelly left Tuesday for Grayson Springs to spend several weeks Theo J Schene and wife and 1IIss Maymo Schene are at Basin Springs for a stay of ten days Mrs John E Walters has returned from White Mills where she spent a most pleasant week I Judge Frank Daugherty who wns here for a few days at the Seelbachl I has returned to Bardstovn IMisses Julia and Mayme Hollirar of Clifton have gone to Sulphur Springs for a short vacation II Mrs Frank Wybrant and Miss Leone Mllligan will leave shortly for visit to friends in Chicago I Mrs Edmund Gerst has left for 1 Cape May where she will spend thei I rest of the summer with friendsII IMiss Alice D Hickey was one c of the many from this city who spent the past week at Estill Springs chestIMiss Katie Morris of West nut street has entirety recovers I from her recent attack of illnessIII Miss May Burke of 717 West IIUI street is visiting her cousin Mrs Albert Murphy at Pewee YnlleyII Mrs J T Fitzgerald Jamestown Exposition this week andI registered at the Kentucky building I Miss Nellie Hallinan left Saturda for New York Atlantic City andI Jamestown and will not return I October untilII Mr John T Malone will leav Thursday to join his family who have been spending the summer at View Mich DayII Philip Ernwine and family andI toIdayI I Lick Springs II Miss Susie Fowler has been enjoying n delightful visit at New Haven I where she was the guest of Prof and I Mrs Coomes P E Henchey John W Flood and D V Phelan all of this city wer I in New York the past week for business purposes wi1l1mnkeI will visit their daughter Mrs J M Belie at Denver Mr and Mrs E II lleilly and faro fly and Miss Clarke of New Albany have gone to Northern Wisconsin to spend several weeks Miss Ellen Mcancy has returns from a pleasant trip to Lexington Her cousin Miss Kathleen Reagan accompanied her homo I Misses Clee and Nannie Charltoi leave tomorrow for Lexington to visit the fair and spend a week ns the guests of Mrs Grace Misses May Hannon and Katiicrini TJmmons are at llardln Springs for a stay of several weeks Patrolman John Barrett and John Sheridan of the fire department win have been oft duty on account of ill ness are reported much improved Among last weeks arrivals at White Mills were James Shelley and Misses Lena Angermeier Blanche Graff and Jennie and Margaret Duffy Miss Mary Flanagan of 735 Sixth street left Wednesday for a visit of several wpeUs wlth relatives and friends at Milwaukee and Waukesha Wis Our goodnatured friend John Hickey of Seventh arid Oak has been treating and smiling all the week Its a fine boy Congratulations John Lawrence Hackett and Graham Franklin left last Saturday for Chi ago and from there went to Point nu Pius Mich for a stay of several weeks Misses Mary McCarthy and Irene Cnrrnn leave today for a visit of sev eral weeks to relatives in Sandusky LutlnBay Cleveland Detroit Mack nac and Cedar Point Mrs Frank Hill and child who lave been here for a month visiting Senator Albert H Chnrlton and laughters left last night for their home in Houston Texas Misses May and Virginia Cowan irrived Tuesday from Dayton Ohio ind will spend three weeks with their aunts the Misses ONeill onl West Breckinridge street Miss Clee Charlton and Mrs Hill nnd child of Texas who are here vis ting Senator Albert H Charlton were this week guests of Mrs Davidi Daily at Charlestown Ind John Featherstone of the Cumber lam1 Telephone Company mpae nlell by hits oon and daughter left aturday for an extended visit to Dr Jr W McCrann and family at Omaha Miss Julia Kelly of 1731 Portland venue left Sunday to visit Chicago Converse Hartford City and Indianapolis This week she was the guest of Miss Kathryne Delany at Hartford Charlie Parsons the well known I cat amateur entertainer now has a I new audience1 to Applaud hit efforts J n ontl U tea ci a little baby girl having arrived at his residence on Zane street the pas week + Mrs Fitzgerald and children ot Syracuse are here for their first visit to Kentucky and are the guest of Mr and Mrs William Osborne a their home on Walnut Hill South Louisville Mr and Mrs E H Riley and John and James Beilly antI Miss Maymi Clarke of New Albany left Monday of for Northern Wisconsin where they will stay until the first week 1in September Misses Mayme Rita and Nellii Keaney of the Highlands left Thur day for Atlantic City and New Yorksi where they will spend ten days nndi returning will visit Philadelphia amI WashingtonMr =Coleman and wife and sons were the guests of their nuntt Mrs James McKelrnan a few dayflIthis wteek They were on their waj to Virginia to see Mrs Coleman father who is seriously 111rHenry Bruhn returned Tuesday from Milwaukee his former home where he had been spending his vaca- ition I His brothr Otto Bruhn returned with him and will make this n city his home in the future Prominent In the Loiiisvllfe colon that has been sojourning at Swee Sulphur Springs are Mrs J A Hen Bricks and Misses Carrie Hlllerich Nellie Hendricks Margaret Casey I Laura Hendricks and Kate Martin Mrs J Sheridan formerly of Syra case but for some time past residing with her sister Mrs William Os borne on Walnut Hill will next week be cosily settled in the new home she has erected at Beechmont Michael Herrmann and wife and Casper Hammer left Tuesday for I New York and will sail today for France where they will spend the rest of the summer Mr Herrmann has for years been the French Con sal In this city In the presence of a number of their friends James T Lynch a wellC known wood machinist of Jefferson vlllc and Miss Mamie Siegel of Ohiojj Falls were united in marriage Tues 1 I day evening by the Rev John OCon nell at St Augustines IMiss Marie OBrien and her threeII are visiting at Atlantic City and next week will bo Joined by I fattier and mother Mr and MrsI 71thelr J OBrien and brother Ed who will go from there to Europe I for a two months trip IThe many friends of Mrs Edna Ryan wife of John M Ryan of Crescent Hill will be pained to learn that sho has been stricken with typhoid fever and has been taker to St Josephs Infirmary Though seriously ill her condition is not at all dangerous rMrs John Ryan West Chestnut street whose shoulder was duo eated by a fall while in the perform I ance of her household duties is resting easy at her home It is not thoughkher injury will have any ill effects and her friends hope to soon see her out again TURNS TO STONE The walls of Gethg mant Abbey are undergoing a great change anti when finished the abbey will look lilts an immense stone building Concrete blocks are being placed on the walls so as to cover the brick Each block will resemble a stone with the edges finished but the re mainder of tho block will show an uneven appearance This will adder greatly to the appearance of the building and make it like the monas terles In other countries When the abbey was first erected in 1865 It was the Intention of Abbot Benedict to finish it up this way but he was never able to stand the expense nor was any of his successors until the present abbot Father Edmond Obrecht A new Porters Lodge will te erected with suitable waiting rooms This will add to the appear ance and make tiro change so great that the future visitors will not recognize the place The work shopof the monks Is completed and each tradesman can now work at his trade in a shop especially fitted up for rimNew Haven Echo LAWN FETE NEXT WEEK The Rev Father Weiss and the tamest and faithful members of the congregation of St George will giveI their annual lawn fete on the beauti ful church grounds Eighteenth andI Magnolia on Monday and Tuesday evenings of next week and as It is given in aid of the church building fund It is hoped there will be a large attendance both nights The Eigh teenthstreet cars pass the grounds I to which admission will be free There will be a number of amusing c features and tickets entitling hold ers to refreshments will be sold for only fifteen cents A cordial invi tation Is extended everybody to attend tho fete and spend a really enjoyable evening And assist a most ieservlng priest in the erection of an edifice that will be a credit to religion and the city- IIEARTfLY GREETED The Catholics of Henderson and vicinity turned out In large numbers last Sunday and gave their pastor the Rev Edward J Lynch a most enthusiastic welcome home after an absence of several months In Europe While In Rome Father Lynch had a long Interview with Plus X and ob 1 ained from him his blessing for the icople of Holy Name congregation which he imparted Father Lynch also visited Ireland and from there and tho Eternal City brought many souvenirs CONDITION IMPROVING t Martin Dugan the retired police ti officer who has been at St Josephs nflrmary for several weeks suffer j ng from a broken hip and Injuries t sustained by a fall at his residence on Sixth street is making progress to rard recovery despite his advanced c1ge but it will be some time yet eforhectn be out c- uuu 1 4- n ttI VATICAN Word Often Used But Its 1m port Misunderstood by Many The word Vatican is often used but many do not understand its fim- port The term refers to aconectlon buildings on one of the seven hills of Rome which covers a space of 1200 feet in length and 1000 in bread I It is built on a space once occupied by the gardens of the cruel Nero It owes its origin to the Bishop of home who in the early part of the century erected a humble res Idcnce on its site About the year 1160 Pope Eugenius rebuilt it on n magnificent scale Innocent II n few years afterward gave it up as a lodg- Ing to Peter II King of Aragon In 1303 Clement V at the Instigation of the King of France removed the Papal See from Rome to Avigno when the Vatican remained in a con ilitlon of obscurity and neglect ffor than seventy years nut Mon after the return of the Pontific court to Rome an event which hnd been so earnestly prayed for by poor Petrach and which finally 100k place In 1570 the Vatican was put iin state of repair and again enlarge nnd it was thenceforward considered ns the regular nalacc and resldenc of the Popes who one after another added fresh buildings to it and Arnd sally encircled it with nntiquttie statues pictures and books until it- became the richest depository in the world PRIEST THRASHES ROBBER Lawrence Cristo was a sorry sight decently as he told in his cell in Itoj nond street jail of the encounter iIn which he had come out second uest tfter being tackled by Father Case of St Augustines church In Brool yn for robbing a poor box fhe riost who proved himself a eritn bIt Samson appeared in the Myrtl ivenne court next day to press the jharge against the mnn 1he prisoner was held In 500 hail to awnlt rial in special sessions I will np pear against him there said Father nsey as he has been guilty of cnn ffunse which has caused us trouble for some time The man was seen Coking a waxed stick into the poor box by a woman who tiptoed to the ectory to tell Father Edward Mc Earthy The latter called Lis oung assistant nnd the young priest im nwllattly tackled the marandei Bather Casey Is six feet two inches In height and has 200 pounds of muscle and bone The man was like i boy in his hands After giving him i sound drubbing the young clergy nun turned him over to the police BAR LIQUOR MEN Liquor dealers wholesale and re tnll and bartenders in saloons or other places where liquor Is sold vlll hereafter prohibited from becom- Ing members of the Catholic Order of Foresters The International convention of that body In session at the old capital at St Paul on Wed icsday adopted by a largo vote an mendment to tho constitution to thnt effect The report of the High Secretary showed the present membership1 of the order to be 91220 In the United States and 26847 in Canads The net gain for both countries for the past year was 3600 HORRIFIED CHURCHILL All the Jerome grandchildren have emarkable linguistic capabilities such as to attract wide attention I1in London and England Mrs Jack liesllos two sons turned their attention to Irish and became ardent Jaelic Leaguers to the horror of heir parents and grandfather IIn whoso family Orangelsm has bee II tradition for generations The eider probably will go Into Parliamen under the tutelage of his cousin WInston Churchill WORKS BOTH WAXS The City Council of Lexington ha I lassed an ordinance whereby nny person under the age of twentyon ears who shall enter a saloon shnll be fined from ten to fifteen dollars This is a good law Saloon keeper nre fined heavily for selling liquo to minors when often it is impossible for them to tell whether thi inrchaser is of age This ordlnanc dots not interfere with that law but laces a responsibility on the pur haser also LOOK FOR lUG WEEK With the Psaslon Play in now am commodious quarters and a free bill of vaudeville that would do credit to a vaudeville theater the White CIty should have the banner week firing the coming engagement mong the big attractions listed arc the Great Blckett family the performing monkeys Prof Dunbarf trnlned goat and Toxito Co in II splendid juggling act Sig Na tiello will render two free concerts ally EUROPES VICE NURSERY Father Bernard Vaughan hits London another hard blow Writing for Cassells Saturday Journal the fearless clergyman says People may contend what they please about Paris Berlin Vienna and Rome but whatever villainy flourishes out there you may be quite sure that there is more of it In this mammoth metropolis which Is called on the continent Europes nursery of vice NEW DIVORCE LAW Tho new New York divorce law- which goes Into effect on Septemebr makes adultery a crime In that State and attaches a penalty or either six months imprisonment or a fine of b250 or both for either husband or wife who may be found guilty LABOR AMONG LEPERS Rev Father Conrardy a missionary to Molokal Island Is now making a- tour of the Covington diocese and- spoke last Sunday at St Marys thedral of the conditions among the lepers SHORT SLEEVES Itev Father Anthamy Kuhn pastor St Mary ohurelif XaBM4i Cityjl 00i t 15 Per 100 Bushels We have the most centrally located yards in the city the best coal the best teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more could you ask SCANLON COAL COIncorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek WHITE CITY OcNew Electric SIGa ParklOcOe In Free Concerts FREE Prof Dunbars performing goat the Great Blckett fam fly of aerialists Ryders trained monk eys Totito and company in Juggling act FONTAINE FEPYK THE PARK BEAUTIFUL ADMISSION FREE HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE 6STAR ACTS6 FREE BAND CONCERTS Afternoon and Night FREE OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS Other Popular Features PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work done lor the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR HiRJ COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE opp Jno C Lewis Co I Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies snd Children a Specialty Office 620 W St Catherine Both Phon s Kan will bar from his churchwomen who try to attend service in shortsleeved dresses Fathe Kuhn says short sleeves are useful on wash days nnd in the kitchen but are neither tasteful nor sightly in in churchcostume KNIGHTS OF COLDMBIIS a Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere The council at Pueblo Col is pre pnrintr to soon initiate a large clas to the third degree Missoula Council celebrated the second anniversary of its institution by the initiation of forty candidates One of the mot brilliant social functions ever held by Texas Catholics marked the formal opening ol tho new quarters of San Antonio CouncilState Deputy Jfeagher has an nounced that he is making arrangements for the Daughters of Isabella in Montana and expects that courts will be organized this fall There was a gathering of several hundred Knights and their ladies at Grand Junction Col last Sunday week when about fifty represents tive Catholic gentlemen received the three degrees making them followers of the great Columbus Marquette Council at Milwaukee has leased quarters in the new Uhlein building on Grand avenue for club rooms Tune securing of these rooms is in a measure an experiment and If the movement proves success ful a club house may be built It was announced at the last meeting of the council at mon N Y that the organization would erect a thteeistory brick or concrete build ing on the Sterling site on Bridge Square The building will be used for council and club purposes and the lower floor wilt be used for stores WANT SOME pATS The Little Sisters of the Poor lo sated at Tenth and Magazine streets would be grateful for the presenta ton of several cats from some of their friends as their Institution has of late became greatly Infested with ratl from the neighborhood that are ttuelngr much annoyance u a- a u e MENS ti S20 S25 and S30 SUITS F- or125O All styles and sizes and all kinds of materials Many of theBROCK UNIONLABEL- Suits in the lot Last and lowest cut of the season on these goods LEVYSTHIRD d FOR 4 Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go t- oWMa MAYER v 419 W MARKET STREET Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CRfAM CO MANUFACTURERS OF PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST I I j j OWce Hours Home Pboae 91o4 6127 h- JRJR J FRANKf SULLI VAN DENTIST a 739 FOURTH AVENUE Photos Made At Night By Engagement IfYBONT MlPh- otographers RIDAL PARTIES A SPECIALTY Now at 578 Fourth Avenue CBTHOMPSON FLORIST TVFLORAL 132 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 andlefactton ENRY AAj1J POUP DYER AND GLEANER Las AHHKIWORK r31 52S Fifth StrMt n inrlt tnn t I NTUOKY RISH Y RIO c iJI I J BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE Ii ftl H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I M BANNONPruMgr i Kentucky Yitriflae Brick Ca INCORPORATED 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insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very real onable For further particulars apply b MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Arcane Jelferieivllle III Hve year bays as education that will prepare o theca for life II ST XAVIERS COLLEGE offI121PBredarLo Illle Ky Codet by the XarerUa Brother ltIeet1e aad wines Cann Pn- wtarthuge awfadazPeo Wall 8ifif Yeaeae1q Jua otu i- a c n PETER M ANDRWI 8 SONS8 i WAGONH MANUfACIURfR8 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STR- EETMANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST I OTTO E VENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE- Lows f WABNITZ CO Pnprdtirs 339 FIFTH STREET i Cn HIBERNIANS DoingIthe Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 1 of Duluth gave Its twen tyHrst annual outing Wednesday and turned the proceeds into the fund for the entertainment of the State convention there next year Elaborate preparations are being made by the division and auxiliary of Pueblo Col for the entertainment of Miss Mary McGinnIs State Presi dent when she visits that city lOne of the most exciting contests SyracuseIState President Dorsey rolled with the team that won both contests The statement that the Archbishop and Bishops had condemned the or der caused much indignation through out Scotland Glasgow members as sert the report is without foundation The1 divisions and auxiliaries of Indianapolis will celebrate the anniversary 1 of the battle of Yellow Ford next Wednesday with a union outing and picnic at Germania Park This year much rivalry exists be tween the athletes of the two divis ions of Manchester N H which will In a measure be settled by the result of the ball game at the field day of Division 8 on August 24 The feature at a recent meeting of the new division at Orange N J was a mock trial of Joseph MorIarity charged with being a member of the Mafia who was found guilty and sentenced to be burled alive The Hibernian band organized in February at Grand Rapids Mich made its first public appearance at the annual field day on Tuesday Nicholas Whelan was speaker of the day and the sports broke all past recordsDivision 61 of Boston which has grown wonderfully during the past two years has begun the work of organizing an auxiliary and has a committee seeking property on which the division may erect a building of Its own Bangor Hibernians and Knights of Columbus gave a joint excursion Wednesday one of the most success ful ever witnessed In Maine Base ball and various athletic events took place at Castine and a gold cup was the trophy for the team scoring most pointsHon John T Keating former Na tional President was the orator at the Baltimore celebration on Thurs day The proceeds are to be added to the Central Hall fund being raised for the purpose of erecting a build ing for the use of the united divisions of the city- Division 1 of Oswego N Y enter tained the members of the Raldw Ins ville division who compose the forty five club and enjoyed a fine luncheon and vocal and instrumental music The right spirit of friendship prevails nmnntr the Hibernians of Central New York Last Saturday 7000 people turned out to the athletic games held under the auspices of the divisions of New Haven Conn Among the competitors In the track and field events were Martin Sheridan Dennis llor Iran Matt McGrath sand Tames OCon nell the former coming first Milwaukee Hibernians are today holding their celebration at Schlitz Park The dancing of the rlnnce fadha by a class of twenty picked dancers from Chicago will be one of the features This quaint old dance which was a popular favorite 300 years ago has been revived by the Gaelic league- A meeting of the Minnesota State Board was held last week in St Paul for the purpose of making awards to the divisions winning prizes in the membership contest which closed on June 1st The divisions initiating candidates from January 1 to Juno 1 equal to 7 per cent of their member ship on January 1 were awarded prizesLast week at the Ohio Hibernian Knights encampment there were special services when Mrs John KInnane widow of the man for whom the camp was named presented the Hibernian regiment with a flag In memory of her husband who was the first Hibernian Colonel in the State The presentation speech was made by Father John Moran of Youngstown BISHOP SEEKS IIEAITH thatihas given him some trouble may be benefited ICE CREAM SOCIAL The Ladles Auxiliary No 42 of the Knights of St John will give anIice cream social at the residence of Mrs Rieger 1520 Southgate street on Thursday August 28 the ladles In charge promise an entertaining evening to those who attend TYPHOID FEVER RAGING Many cases of typhoid fever are reported from New Albany and Its suburbs but the physicians of the city say none are of a dangerous type John Flannery the popular Town Clerk of Silver Grove who has been quite 111 of the disease Is much improved and will soon be out again WOULD GET TIlE VOTES Dr Charles Molr one of the best known physicians in Louisville ill be ing urged ito make the race for CorI oner at the coming election Dr Moll has a large following and if he enters the race he will poll a tremendous vote The candidate who beats him will win DIES FROM BITE Raffo Gerardi the little son of Dominie Gerardi the well known harpist died Wednesday afternoon the result of a dog bite sustained a month ago Tuesday the boy com plained of being ill and rapidly grew worse until the end This case should prove a warning to parents who ought to keep their children away from dogs at least during the yammer monthi bu 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fr i day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines KilkellyRecording1 Keenan Jr- Financial SecrdtoryP J Cusick CourthouseTreasurerCharles J Flnegan Sergcantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frlda Evenings of Each Month PrestdentCon J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T K san ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings oJ Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice Presidentr Phil Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial Secretary John Hesslon 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SergeantatarmsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl liott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke TreasurerJoseph L Lenihan SergeantotArms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFEUSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Louis Constan UnelresldentJohn Kennedy Vice PresldentB Coyle Recording Secret iry T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney MarshallM Garrity Banner BearerJ G Cole Y IWt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Event ga at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentBen J and First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice President Frank Lan ahanRecording SecretaryBen Reed Financial SecretaryFrank 0 Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andriot Outside Sentinel Oorge Bartsch HINTS ON STYLE Lace and net waists continue to be strongly in demand with fashionable womenTo I at all In the fasrion every young girl needs a jumper dress of some sort A novelty note In shirt waists is the Introduction of colored embroid cry on white waists There is every indication that fancy colored shoes will soon be irreatlv the rojrue in childrens wear Collars having the turnover en tirely of real baby Irish lace are lovelier than ever and much fancied Pure white hats are trimmed with magpie roses and veiled with black Chantllly lace the effect Is extremel smartThe styles In bathing suits this season are almost exactly the same as they were last year except for slight changes In trimming Swiss and batiste embroideries play- a very important part in fashionable lingerie and by using them in com with Valenciennes charming models are achieved Novel for early fall Is the bretello costume which shows a continuation of the bretelle trimming on the skirt thus accentuating the unbroken line and giving the Princess effect Waists of allover embroidery are very desirable New York shops are showing a number of patterns in the allover embroideries These waists are all in the simplest possible ef fect with a few tucks for fullness For the lung dressy wrap the kimono sleeve is conspicuous and so varied In form and in the manner of its arrangement is this socalled sleeve becoming that ere long its spe cial character ahd probably its name will have disappeared For the mo ment however it is very fashionable BISHOP TO TAKE PART Buffalo intends to have an old home week the first of September and the young and tenergetlc head of the diocese Right Rev Bishop Colton intends that his people shall have their notable share in the celebration A meeting of the heads of the parish schools of the city has been called by the Bishop for the purpose of discussing the part to be taken by the 27000 pupils on the oc casion SHAM SHAMROCKS PAY According to a decision of the United States customs officials just rendered sham shamrocks have to stand the tariff tax when Imported Into this country as large quantities of them were around last St Pat ricks day They are made of silk and metal and it was alleged by the importers they Were to be classed with toys The customs experts however repel that grading of the Irish emblem even in imitation and formally declare that they can not be considered playthings and are sub ject to tariff It Is needless to say there is ho bar at all on the real shamrocks The arbitrators of the Slccagh bog dispute have met and agreed upon n certain course The ittpoit is to be submitted to the next executive meeting at Bailteborough n IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled iFrom Exchanges 1 I 1Miss ofslCastleblayneyyears past promoted to I Banbrldge From morning until midday a frightful storm prevailed in Cavan and district causing much injury to crops and flooding the roads yThe new church in Splddal the foundation stone of which was laid by the Bishop of Galway in October 1004 is now almost completed and will be solemnly dedicated in the course of a few eels Two men belonging to the Royal Field Artillery stationed In Dundnlk numed John Dempsey and S Kilshaw were ordered to be handed over to havingdesertedHis Lordship Most Rev Dr Boylan Lord Bishop of Kilmore attended St Annes church at Ballleborough and administered the sacrament of con firmation to upward of 300 children belonging to the united parishes of Bailleborough iercoclt and Klllaun A farmer named Dbuty living a short distance outside Bailleborough and in good circumstances arose in tIle morning in his usual good health but returned to his apartment In a short while afterward he was dis covered dead Heart failure Is be lieved to have been the cause of deathWhile bathing on Sunday in the River Dee John fluffy aged thirty years of Irish street Ardee was accidentally drowned Deceased was a good swImmer but It appears that he got entangled In a large Weed and was drowned before assistance could pointIsThe weather in Monaghon and Louth for soma time past has been remarkably good Much of the hay crop has been cut down and cocked during that time The potato crop which was very much behind came on well and made splendid progress in the last fortnight of good weather The spraying of this crop has been mostly carried through David Conifer aged about forty five years residing In Mullan convenient to MIddletown County Armagh was assisting in haymaking at Milford he was overcome by the heat and died in a couple of hours The Coroner did not consider an in quest necessary Ills remains were taken to the residence of his brother at Mullan and were interred In the family burying ground at Lislooney In the district of Derrygonnelly County Fermanagh a farmer named Magee had a cow killed by lightning Dr Dundas had another killed and a farmer named John Timoney in the act of sharpening a scythe hall the Implement twisted into the shape of n rope by a flash He had a marvelous escape himself In Carrengreen the windows in the police barrack and other houses were badly shattered The death of Francis Lennon cx National teacher at his residence at profound county The funeral was one of the largest which hns been seen in the district for many years and bore ample testimony to the esteem in which the deceased1 was held by all who knew him Rich and poor olikc turned out to pay the last tribute of respect to the deparUd- A very sudden death occurred in the Townland of Gtenaul convenient to Culedon It appears a middle aged man named Connolly a native of Newtownhamilton who was em ployed as a farm laborer by William Meuarry was working at lay In the fallynarrJ procured stimulants but he became unconscious and died within an hour The day was excessively warm and it is believed he succumbed to the oppressive heat A farmer named Woods who re sided at Drumllffe near Hall halse County Cavan has been found dead in the kitchen of his house ills head showing a severe injury and a single barrel gun under his body and be side it was a tongs which apparently hind been used as n press or lever on the trigger The deceased who was about sixty years of age had been in delicate health and complained of pains in the head At the inquest a verdict of death while temporarily insane was returned Last Sunday 20000 visitors wit nessed the church parade of the Irish National Foresters at Dundalk where mass was celebrated and a sermon preached for them at St Patricks Twenty special trains brought 200 delegates to the conven tion and visitors from all parts of Ireland Later there was a public meeting in the Market Square Messrs John Redmond T M Healy and Joseph Nolan M Ps and the Lord Mayor of Dublin were Invited and resolutions proposed demanding home rule and university education for the Catholics of Ireland SILYME ON ITALY The Pope on Thursday accord ing to press dispatches countermanded all the receptions planned in honor of the anniversary of his coro nation fearing that tho Cardinals might be insulted in the streets while on their way to and from the Vatican CHAPEL CAR WILL TRAVEL FREE Through the courtesy of Presi dent Winchell of the Rock Island railway St Anthonys chapel car wJ11I travel free over the whole Island system This Is a favor which will save the society many hundreds of dollars during the coming year The Western railroads have always shown a generous and liberal spirit towards bishops and priests They realize that the growth and pro gress of the Church In the West make for the growth and progress of the territory tributary to their lines Catholic Immigration has been greatly retarded because of the lack of religious facilities Every little church built along the line of a Western railroad will be the future nu cleus ofa Catholic settlement The- chapel car will be a welcome sight to grown men and women who have Y a C FRANK FEHR BREWING C XNOORPORArED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 1913rHE WIEDEMANNBREWING 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 B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 xOUXSVXLxE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TIDLEPHONID xaso 0 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson St- sASS FOTt =PALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHON 8 JOHN H FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewer812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY o ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK 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15 Value Single and Double Breasted 750 THE BIG STORE 4Z4 BSft Foirth and Filth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO KNIGHTS REUNION UNDER AUSPIOES Central Committee and Uniform Rank CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA Monday August 19 1907 AT WHITE CITY Proceeds to go to Entertainment for State Convention Four valuable prizes for ladies sailing the largest num ber of tickets See the Great Passion Play Pictures ADMISSION TEN DENTS HERE IS YOUR CHANCE- To SAVE MONEY on a PIANO For the next few days in order to reduce our large stock of Pianos that we now have on hand to make room for our Fall stock which is arriving daily WE WILL REDUCE THE PRICE ON EACH AND EVERY PIANO IN OUR HOUSE which rep resents in each instance a big saving to the piano purchaser Has your wife your daughter your boy ever expressed a desire for a Piano Do you think it is worthwhile to deny their wish any longer when an excellent instrument can be picked now NEW PIANOS AS LOW AS 170 J MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated 08030 FOURTH AVENUE j MULLOYS COFFEES Freshly roasted and sold direct from the roaster to your kitchen Try Our Special 3 lbs for 50cents TEA SPECIAL for Iced tea black green or mixed H CC perlb1 rw MULLOYCOFFEB5- ItoesPhoor333 w Dhf W MA3ZKIC1 SrREET gj s tt 0 SItMI iH6Gfiasfl r Rogers BOOK 6oY PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give ye a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 svr Jefferson Street IHH tt+ + SS + 11 QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many year 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 sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND ARGKEST AND BESTI- N IN THE CITY F NITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated Irv WORK A SPECIALTY aMT GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 88493732 SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN rthand and TypewritingItlkkk Systcn S as taught at this institution is a valuable acquisition to any person A stepping stone to success Secures the best employment Spencerian graduates are always in demand 1COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Itolwttelira 5eor L0UI3V1LLX KT D iaii- C 1 I I 1oatati ipI IDI Odds and Ends Samples Stocks and Remnants IIiIiAll I BROUGHT TO LIGHT II- II BY INVENTORY II- i ii Are Now On Sale i i at Quick Clearance Prices I I papersI papersiI igood goodsthe kind you need and want in varmveatheri00e00000 000 0 0000000000 ROYAL GOOD TIME InltIlatlon MonthI Local Hibernians will look forward with pleasant anticipation to the September mctetlng of Division 3 when there will be a union initiation and a royal welcome for members from the three Falls cities Magis trate Patrick T Sullivan has an nounced that the team is ready and will confer the three degrees for the four divisions on that ocacsion The meeting last week was well attended though there was no other than routine business President James Coleman occupied the chair and congratulated the division on the progress it was making and the immunity of the members from sick ness From Secretary Morris it was learned that an earnest effort will be made during the present month to add to the number to be initiated as this division has determined to have the largest class When the regular order had been completed there followed the usual smoker and social hour that was greatly enjoyed This is a feature that has made the meetings of Divis ion 3 very interesting and serves to increase the attendance During the talks it was brought out that the treasury is in a splendid condition and is perhaps the largest in the city INDIANA GRAND COUNCIL Will Bring Many Delegates and Visitors to New Albany Tho Grand Council of tho Young Mens Institute Indiana Jurisdiction which meets in New Albany on Mon day August 26 will bring to that city nearly a hundred delegates and officers representing councils in all parts of the State and large numbers of visitors For months past Unity Council and Its friends have been making preparation for the reception and entertainment of the convon tlon and tho programme arranged by President Ja nes OHara and his committees promises to be as good if not better than any that has pre ceded it Tho convention will open Mondav mornlncr with a solemn high mass at St Marys church and the business sessions which will con tinuo for four days will be held in St Josephs Hall on East Eighth street Entertainments will take place every evening which will In clude one night on the river An other night will be devoted to the In itiation and exemplification of the degrees of the Institute rank by the team from Mackin Council of this city The club house of Unity on East Main street will be open to all visitors and after the election of officers on Thursday the convention will be entertained at a banquet MANY IMPROVEMENTS MADE People who visited the Church of Our Lady in Portland during the forty hours devotions held there the first of this week were surprised and pleased with the Improvements recently made there by the Rev Father Conniff Tho former open vestibule has been closed In with handsome English Oak approaches to both choir and church aisles while the rich decorations marbellzed walnscoating and stone pavements add increased beauty to the venerable edifice which is now second to none in the city Portland Catholics are ex tremely proud of the work of Father Conniff AWAITING TIlE PRIMARY Democratic candidates are awaiting the call for a primary before making heir announcements Chairman Clarence Sale called the City and County Executive Committee to meet Friday to consider the time and manner of making the nominations But eighty live days remain until tho election which leaves only a short time for the primary contests FITS VERY NICE With ideal weather and a splendid array of new attractions the bill for next week at Fontaine kerry fits nice indeed Both indoor and out door bookings are of the highest and neat trefi is laid on this the first c er of a series of fourteen special performances which will conclude with hn entirely new series of kinedrome pictures devoted to comedy Out Iin- th6 park Cooks Military Band and the accompanying soloists Miss Emma Partridge and Herr Klausner vo enlist and cornetist will continue to delight in the dally free concerts THE BEST YET Hlbernlens Will Have a 814 Time at Phoenix Hill Park Division 2 A 0 H has secured Phoenix Hill Park and hall for Wednesday September 11 for a great picnic euchre and dance and from now until that date the members will devote all their energie to making it the big success of the season Tha approval of the County Board was obtained as announced last week and on Sunday the committee met with President Con Ford and organized by electing William T Meehan as Chairman Tim J Stonc as Secretary and Owen Kclran as Treasurer The other members of the committee are Messrs James L Sayers John J Keaney Joseph Lynch and C J Ford Committees were appointed and as soon as the park and hall had been secured it was decided to have a picnic euchre and dance at which fathers and mothers sisters and brothers and all friends of the Hiber nians could enjoy themselves In order to make this event as popular as possible the committee voted to make the admission fee ten cents and for the euchre there will be many handsome and valuable prizes The young men of the division will arrange the dancing programme but there will be opportunity for those who wish to Indulge in the dances of their younger days in the Emerald Isle All the divisions and othiif societies of the city will be invited to participate in the enjoyments that will be prepared for the occasion INDORSED GEN REICIIERT Branch 25 C K of A at a well attended meeting Monday night in dorsed Gen Michael Reichert of this city for Major General of tho Uni form Rank The branches of Chicago and companies elsewhere have done likewise as they realize that with him at the head there will be a com mon sense and business administration Tho other business was rou tine but much Interest was expres sed in tho reunion that will take place at the White City on August 19 President Meehan explained why the per capita tax had been reduced and would hereafter be collected monthly the same as assessments JOLLY PARTY President William H Stanley and Thea Enjjlehnrt and wife delegates rom Lomatrille and John A OCon nor and Oscar J Baker known to veryone as the friend of the typos ormed a jolly party that left last right over the Illinois Central for rot Springs to attend the convention of the International Typographical Union which meets there Tonday They will visit a number of Southern cities before returning VISITS OUR CHIEF Fire Chief Cornelius Sullivan of Memphis who was seriously injured it afire there recently and is now on leave of absence was here Tues lay and was the guest of Chief Fillmore Tyson After an inspection of the workings of the firemen and apparatus Chief Sullivan said tho Louis vUle department is not surpassed by any in the country From here the Memphis Chief went to French Lick Springs HAVE SLIGHT HOPE For the past few days the condition of Hon James J Fitzgerald tate Deputy of the Knights of Columbus and one of the foremost members of the Louisville war has been extremely critical and as the Kentucky Irish American goes to press his family and friends report that there is but little hope for his recovery PRESIDENT INVITED President Roosevelt has been irivlt cd to attend the demonstration of the United Irish Societies of Chicago at Brands Park on August 15 In memory of the victory of Hugh ONeill at fellow Ford In 1590 eu s a GREAT CROWD Hears Father Vaughns Lecture on the Power oP Love One of the largest and most delighted audiences thus far attracted to the Glenwood Park Chautauqua between Jeffersonvllle and New Al bany gathered there Tuesday night to hear the magnificent address of Rev Father Vaughan on the Power of Love Father Vaughan said in part that the world is Gous flower garden and women are the gardeners who are to sow the flower seed of Gods eternal kingdom Jesus came into the world to give his life for the sins of fallen humanity His public ministry occupied only about three years but a large portion of his life was devoted to loving helpful contact with his fellows If He were living today his name would not bin the newspapers The task for men and women in this world is to give themselves in loving sacrifice Father Vaughan drew a graphic picture of a scene on Ia Southern battlefield After the close of the bitter struggle when the Sisters of Mercy driven by the power of love came out on the battlefield to administer succor and consolation to the wounded and dying PLEASANT SURPRISE Pittsburg Attorney Delivers Pine Address to Young IMen Members of Mnckln Council were given a pleasant surprise Tuesday night when President Sand intro promIrient member of Marquette Council of that city His address was one of the most eloquent and scholarly heard for some time and he will always be elcome when he visits Louisville Mr Golden was greatly astonished at the progress Mackin is making and said the council was far ahead of any in Pennsylvania One application was filed and an nouncement made that the degree team wanted nil candidates ready for the initiation that will take place in New Albany on August 27 Charles Raidy reported that a number of po sitions were open for clerks and any member could secure work by filing EmploymentCommitteeCommitteeTreasurer Thomas Clines turned several hundred dollars into the treasury which brings the profits of the comic opera up to about 1200 A communication was received from eeveryhing over the Henderson route to the Grand Council at Owensboro The train will leave the Tenthstreet station at 8 oclock tomorrow morning and from all indications a large crowd will accompany the Louisville lelegatesFEAST OF ST DOMINIO The feast of St Dominic was observed last Sunday with unusual solemnity at the Church of St Louis Bertrand The high mass was sung bya Franciscan the Rev Father Dunn preaching an eloquent and scholarly sermon The Young Ladles Sodality went to communion at the 730 mass and In the afternoon the rosary procession took place The vast edifice was thronged at these services FATHER WURTH ARRIVES Uev Richard Wurth 0 F M who succeeds the lamented Father Paul Alt as rector of St Boniface church arrived In tho city yesterday and tomorrow he will officiate Father Wurth was for the last ten years pastor of St Lawrence church in Lafayette Ho has visited here frequently and does not come as a stranger MEET MONDAY NIGHT Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold their first nesting In Odd Fellows Hall at Sixth and Walnut streets next Monday evening President Jos P McGinn requests the presence of every member of the division as several Important matters are to be considered and members are also requested to make Full returns for the recent picnic r- u i l11 n NONNNNN N+ NNNONN+ ++4+t4 + +NNN r WE BOUGHT THESHAAGER STOCK Of Mens Shoes And Are Closing It Out West At The Old Stand 3O7 Jefferson I All 250 Haagers Shoes 1 98 Z All Haagers 350 Shoes48 These are all highclass goods that were sold at a very small profit by Haager Haager said Save a Dollar we say save that dollar and then more BOSTON SHOE COS INCORPORATED NNNNNNNN N N NNNN- NNNNN tt JAMES GREENE4 I 425 421 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furnnureii I Carpets Rugs i Stoves Ranges j IPRICESI i t i Homes Furnished Complete Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and let J us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think we 4 can convince you that it is to your advantage to purchase here We would J qualityJJ alwaysJ4 marks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unss4 the customer is absolutely satisfied 4 Fully prepared to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or 4 more varied stock can not be found When you buy from us you madethe J satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented in 4 the most substantial manner finish and design perfect NN1 t iNNNli- w FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRTJNN THE JEWELER 530 West flarket Street SERVFS TMa + LEAT t1Et INroruiiey Qe0- AIfRENSMFi0P LOuuvauKy THE ONJ- LYSHOE POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS r FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager 8EADgUARrERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all 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