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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1 III I VOLUME XX PRICE FIVE CENTS WARNING Protestant Physician Notices Tendency of Modern Education Lifts Ills Voice in Favor of the Catholic System of Schools Tells of What lie lies Sect and Investigated in the Matter CHURCHS SUPERHUMAN WISDOM By degrees the nonCatholics of the United States are beginning to appre ciate the benefit of parochial school1 training and along these lines the following article from Dr Henry D L muD in the Congregational Ad vance of Chicago Is selfexplanatory He writes Passing one day through a squalid quarter of the city my attention was attracted by the rising walls of n lofty building which overlooked ev erything in the neighborhood In size and form it seemed designed for some Industrial purpose but certain churchly emblems on its front indicated other reasons for its exist once I soon discovered a worthy questlon new building for the parochial school1 connected with St SoandSos1 church that when completed iit would accommodate fifteen hundred scholarsHere said I to myself is anotherI example of that almost superhuman wisdom which guides the operations of the Roman Catholic church Ev poorestinhabitantspeople are paying their school tax without a word of complaint In nd dition to this heavy tribute they are also quietly finding the money for the erection not only of splendidc churches but also of costly school houses This quiet season of prepa ration however will not always last The time is not far distant when a large proportion If not the majority of Roman Catholic children will be furnished with the means of educa tion in their parochial schools Then will arise a demand either for emits cipation from the requirement of tax ation for the support of public schools or for a division and allot ment of their share of the fund thus producedThe of such a demand is c Stcfounded on the eternal principles of justice To compel a man who is spending his money for the education of his children in the manner which he believes to be for their highest goodto compel such n man to sub mit to burdensome taxation for the maintenance of a system of educa than which he believes to be erron ofInjusticeperceptionthis nt of elimination of the Bible from the nttemptto puhlie moves one objection it creates another rwhich is far more serious The complete secularization of the edu cation thus provided deprives it of ItIst training will make men more moralJ securitytheofI Jn trary The secular education im parted in our schools produces men and women fitted only for those forms of worldly activity which re quire little or no moral discernment The ambitious unscrupulous aden turer is the legitimate product ofI such an education and of such char knowndearth a age is neverbeschool For this reason the Roman Catholic church is right in its theory of younife thlivesmlnlstrntlonsIfupon the masses they must fashion the Chlldren go church to respect the rites nnd t Infltttreof n n God who rules the universe cnn never wholly escape from the influ chhldrofen Osforma school that has been deprived of all nearlymoral nil es Indifferent wor1l1Itpnganr ism so gretly abounds when we are doing tocreate pngnnseven systemais sacrit tC and of zeal for the Improvement mankind neverwholly out bymlsapproprlntlngimportant functions of the church It oftheProtestnnt of di radianS when1rottstantehurebea our the rep RowesignedI I to D remain passive spectators of th prosperous growth of Indifferentisn and scientific infidelity By the si of every church should stand the par ochial school house Then the unjustC system of school taxation which nov disgraces our civilization would soon become a thing of the past Tin morals of the pulpit would then find their way through the school room Into the community instead of being as now forbidden to emerge nmonf Jews and Gentiles beyond the door of the church SEW CHAPLAIN Fresh Impetus Given to 4 His LtAcceptance Division 4 A O II felt that it had gained nn additional momentum when the Rev Father C P Christmas O P opened the meeting with prayer Monday night Ho was elect cd Chaplain by acclamationafter ex pressing his surprise that there were Hibernians to be found in Kentucky He thought they were indigenous to the Sew England States but after meeting the Henncssys Ollcillys Mc Donoghs McGinns Barrys Connell s McKlliotts Kellys Burkes nnd Sheas he changed his opinion of Louisville nnd of Kentucky President John II Uennessy presid ed and after the opening prayer by Father Christmas William T MUuii ogh was elected Sccretarytli the nb sense of Frank Burke Join Flyni who was on the sick list was report ed much improved Vibe application of E J King was received William P McDonogh William J Connelly nnd Stephen J McElllott re ported appropriate resolutions on the death of Mrs Maria Sanders Norton the uncured mother of Dr Frank J Norton The report of the com mittee was adopted spread upon the minutes and a copy was ordered sea to the bereaved brothers The invitation to attend Division 1s dedication of Its new quarters ncceptedI1 1 attend in a body State President Butler was n welcome visitor and congratulated the division on its prosperity and splendid attendance He urged the members to boost the celebration lit the White City on July 4 nnd stated that the concessions made would insure n nice sum for the entertainment of the delegates to the State convention in September Mr Butler also expressed his plea s ure at the growth of the order iin KentuckyState Butler was ascot n Panted by William Iteilley and John A Knrmen all of Division 3 nnd tile members of Division 4 accepted their invitation to attend Division 3s moonlight excursion on the night of June 15 Before the meeting closet Father Christmas mode a brief adI dress on the excellent work Catholic men were doing in the United thatbbettercitizens returmofromrepresentedl thlhInlghts foundthei pnrtlcl1lnrl MANY PILGRIMS From America and Francee Attended Beatification Ceremony Rarely if ever has there been so many American pilgrims in Rome on Archbishopcssmcr hOIChnrlesDrooldjnpresentedns with 300 Americans from their re theAmericansto new onJlnndThe occasion was the beatification of the Venerable t Mother flare t SeerHearto uvllUiaUUl 01 sincehisfir thousands nndAmerlcnnIlls Holiness Pope Pius X presidover the ceremonies of beatificationand tiPapaltilethirdnaturedurIngSOLEMN CEREMONIES h0St linbJcl1Urches theortrontlay 1hecercmonIestomorrow twillsermonsprIestRSundnyhuge at 730 oclock The solemn hicgh mnss which ceremonieswilltomorrow and Inlallerpastor niltochurchTblrtlsccond CAPUCHINS CONFER Capuchin Provincials numbelProwtUtice nSHcnbledtlftheirWlifoundedand like nil other ar carbrowntheCapand takes high rank in ecclealast theProVlncln1sI thelope eSOWIRS Of the Christian Army Were i Admonished by Bishop Morris Prelate From Little Rock Gave Sound Advice to the ConHrmants Has Right to be Proud of Catholic Boys and Girls I BISHOP MCLOSKEY Louisville Catholics celebrated tit fortieth anniversary or the consecra neylIIlnms week There was no pomp or display but there was greet religious feel ing Between lCOO and 18UO children and n few adults were confirmed by the Right Rev John B Morris Bishop of Little tack Our own Bishop is in poor health and is now at Pensacola Fin lIe is in his eighty fifth year and unable to stand the strain of such ceremonies ns marked the present week in Louisville Bishop Morris who officiated iin Bishop McCioskeys stead is more than half n Kentuckian Although he lennessecIIIC lIege Marion county e was confirmed by Bishop McCloskey He came nil the way from his West tern diocese to perform the rites that ordinarily fall upon the bend of this diocese He was no stranger to Louisville nnd he will be welcomed whenever he comes again The confirmation rites began last Sunday afternoon nnd continued un til late Tuesday afternoon Tuesday night Bishop Morris left Louisville for Memphis nnd from there went back to Little Rock He was pleased with the hospitality of the clergy and with the children The church teaches that confirm tion is n sacrament by which we are made soldiers of Christ that by the imposition of the Bishops hands the Holy Ghost descends upon us that we are made stronger in the faith Fond fathers and mothers from thir tythree parishes in this city nnd county flocked to the Cathedral of the Assumption on Sunday Monday nnd Tuesday to see their children re ceive this sacrament They were de lighted nnd proud of their boys nnd girls but who cnn express the hap illness of Bishop Morris who was the instrument through which such nn army of children were made firm iin the faith The girls were all garbed in white nnd the majority of the boys in bindS itenc1tersenehthe appointed time entered quietly hoard the instructions of Bishop Morris were confirmed nnd then quietly departed There was no hitch anywhere and no disorder One set of children could not be praised mar than another Louisville priests and parents can be proud of the children confirmed this week I Four times n day for three sit cessive lays did Bishop Morris ad subjectconfirmation of ey were about to tube their place in tIle tobenrhe adjured them to bear it worthll stA41e crown in heaven lIe admonished them not to join the crowd who were whofellteachingsesusavoid trash pursuethee Catholicbecnme thefaltJlwortl not prove stronger than the last J naked them to be ns good as the fathers nnd mothers nnd told themof the general advantage they had educntlonnl I A representative of the Kentucky edulIefore1 e enin He said he was delighted with Louis the rills charmed by the hospitality of tappearancec11l1drel1THANKS FROM POPE PIUS Through Cardinal Gibbons Pope thnnkstoUnitedStntesWashfngton the AiMiMtli i vuiignillllatory sacerdotnljllbJleet Pope expresses his satisfaction ntthe CnthollcUnherslttheArchbishops SIRS KRIEL DEAD Mrs Elizabeth Kriel for manyyears n resident of this city but who removed to Chicago several monthsago died in that eveJ1ing nndbelsister Mrs Rosa Ausback of this city was with her when the fortyhealCharles nt mheraJonetimei c s f children survive They are W A Charles Benjamin Norbert ant MIss Catherine Kriel The remains were sent to this city Sunday night and reposed nt the 1191110 of her son W A Kriel 1239 West Jefferson street until Tuesday morning The funeral took place from St Patricks church Mrs Kriels death is mourned by many loyal friends NONE HURT Although Irish Primate Was In a Small Wreck Cardinal Logue Primate of Ireland had a narrow escape from ship wreck last Saturday afternoon while m n chandIsl bishop Farley and a number of other hmniD grant station and were aboard the New York Citys sire department ntteutptineg to pass through ship launch ran prow first against Mal calm Rock near Ventral Bridge An nlarm was sounacd and several tugs went to the rescue In a few minutes the launch was hauled off nnd con flawed her journey without damage None was injured and Cardinal rg nnd the other clergy mnl their equanimity wlijle they were in da ingeri After his visit to Ellis Island Cnr dinal Logus sold to a representative of one of the New York papers It is the greatest surprise of my visit to America to find everything nt the immigrant station so clean sanitary mid excellent in every wijy The care taken of the immigrants here is mag nificent We nt home lava luau nn lien probably guinea from Castle Garden days that it was all rough and tumble here and people were thrown together Indiscrimntely but II find thnt every care nnd comfort arc glen them here The hospltnls wilt1 be n providence to the little chill drenIMiss Jeanette Josephine Snead died of the home of her mother Mrs t Levi Fricdley 2113 Montgomery street Tuesday night The deceased1 was twenty years old nnd was much ndmircu by nil who knew her The funeral took place from St Cecilias church Thursday nlngII Mss Viola Fischer twent one years old died at the family res idence 3500 Grand avenue Monday afternoon She wts the dacughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Fischer and had many friends in the West Thud Tin funeral tools place from St Charles Borromeo church WcJicsdny morning j I Mrs Ellen Casey died nt her home 1138 Eleventh street Saturday morn ing and her funeral took place from the Cathedral Monday nfternoon nt 1 oclock Her husband William1 asey nnd several children survive he was sixt seen years old and her death was the result of n complication of diseases I Trainornwho died nt St Josephs Infirmary last Friday night took place from 1isea Trninor was always n patriotic Irish Ainerican and more than thirty years ago she with several other Louisvillee made the handsome Irish flag that the old Sarsfield Rifles carried InI1 I many St Patricks day processions j I Miss Kate McLaughlin n well known young lady of the West End MYreet shortly after midnight Sun i day She was the daughter of John prccedehcrl Itgo1heC Sacred toBeased was attested by the Inrg- enmber of friend who attended her I isBThe congregation of Holy In church nl Augustsi8Is Fye who passed away nt his home eeningtoIoulsvilletime in the grocery business with his uncle Joseph Fye and then em himg deolltCatholicopentochlllrenyurvive s place from Holy Name church Wednesdny morning The Concordin Singing So nttended thebandofthes3odied nt the family residence 2404 West Market eenlngonly n few days The young man was only twentynine years old and ofthelhedeceasedAndrewGrossDrothersIheStCeciliamorningWithinchildren of Mr and Mrs Gross have passed away They have the deepest sympathy of many friends In their bereavement FORTY nouns PRAYER endThe wl1lbeginThlrtysecondtheUrsuline Chestil 0e n L6 THE MIKADO Tuneful Opera Will Be Put 01 l by the best Amateur TalentEn chYoungGive Services in Worthy Cause Gilbert and Sullivans Wittiest Effusion Is Sure to Attract GREAT CAST AND SUPERB CHORUS When the curtain rises nt Macauleys Theater Monday night the Orpheus Choral Club expects to present the best Ilyric talent ever as sembled in Louisville and it is nil for charity that is for the Catholic Womans Club These young men and generousdto studies songs curd drills and according to theh preceptors the per formance of The Mikado will be n lIJmdoIL popular operas Because It is old iis leo reflection on the opera Neither is it n reelection on those who at tempt to perform it despite the few who want people to choose something newThe panlelllresy Kntishn nn elderly spinster some where between twentyfive nnd eighty years of age NankiPoo is i love with YumYum n Japanese high school girl Of course she and Nanki Poo elope and marry Incidentally KoKo the Lord High executioner PooBnh PishTush nnd all the oth ors are thrown in to make up the operaJ J Flynn has been allotted the part of KoKo He will be able tot tape care of it It is the chief com cdy part in the opera nnd all the others depend upon KoKo for thud respective cues George Barrett wi essay the part of NnnkiPoo the Ills 011Isby Miss Marie Louise Costigan Miss Imclda Shea ns Peep 13oo and Marcella Ford as PittiSing will l1ssl resent the other Japanese schoolgirls Katishn the contralto part will be taken by Miss Bertha Relss Each nnd everyone have excellent voices and the chorus of sixty voices is of superior excellence The prin cipals nre The lfikadorcllo Webb NnnklPoo J George Washington latter t MnloneyKoKoFlynnPishTush CrottyPngesCostiganpeepBooIltti Sing5arcella For The chorus of nobles guards Jap mesc maidens etc will be nug mented by n costume drill incident to of partissM class will appear yowldiesR In J Score Misses Margaret Scully Eliza beth S King Edna Slnttery Edna Howard Abbie Chester Ruby Lyons ary Speak Edna Mnttingly Sit Pilson Blanche Gorden Mary Cor eaten Edith Cole Mary Ridge Id Adams May Adams Elizabethl Han non tureen Herget Clementine Brooks Noun Kelly Margaret Con Florence Schrnnz Elsie urns Agnes Kelly Corrine Lyons M abel gnesVlollttlInEberhardry ertha Heuser asT meIn the boys chorus will be Louis Gerstel Frank Crawford Walter PJ11 InrnellDarrettII Imorde J R Davidson Robert Mc IGnsperhesterFordHand Louis I Schranz Joint Rich GreenEdandJoJmIn Miss Mitchells dancing cla will be Miss Virginia Babbit a tat nnd Misses Euphrnsla iTeber Cath ClothildeHarwoodutCnlnLallaMarBannonShippOlgaLlzetteLednncIng pOJlula1melodies ntracnuleay night and the few outsiders who were privileged to attend were prlnclpals Castlgnnd t Abble JtmorethanBsIChesterbeautlfulsoprnnoolcehly and acted the part with dash anti cnstforsang own ofMissunavoidablysent givenreal a admittedtoPENTECOST SUNO4Y Sunday June 7will be Pentecost r or daft is commonly called in Englishn 11lisI celebration of the descent of the Holy Ghost upon thE sacrament I apostles In former days it was cur baptism converts on this Sunday t and as the catechumens worE white robes the day received thu wSundayhicho is one of the great feasts of th- urch and the Sundays that folios til advent are dated from Pentecost in the Roman calendar I NEW OFFICERS Will Conduct Affairs of C K and L of A For Two Years Branch 4 Catholic Knights and openSmeeting In its quarters nt Bertrnnd Hall last Wednesday night and pro c tically every branch in the city was represented The members of Branch 4 were anxious to hear the news from the Supreme convention held fin Kansas City last week and invited presnllhet to unite the report and he did 1 it briefly and succinctly President repreHentedBrnnch the chair and introduced Mr Kant The achy officers are Rev Father Ferst SpiritualI Director Denis Kelley Memphis President D Formnz Kansas City Vice President Dr OGormnn SL Louis Supreme Medical Examiner Irs Julia OKeefe St Louis Treasurer Henry Hayes Chicago Secretary Police Commissioner John B Murphy of Jeffcrsonville was the choice for Trustee the only office that went to this section The delegates were in session nt alnall the time l here were 221 heir1 ntil trip to and from Kan sea City He told how the Kentucky delegates swelled up with ns the Kansas City Cathedral played Old Kentucky Home Then I he recounted the storyof the visitt 3iberniuuIlnl reception given them by Frank CunI ningham n former Louisville boy who also escorted them through the new and magnificent quarters of the Knights of Columbus I In his report of the actual work of the convention Mr Knot told that the inspection system and premium system were abolished for economical reasons For the same reason it was determined to cut the representationI nt Supreme conventions by making1 two small branches get together and1 elect tOIbeh alsodechlldper sand increase the insurance rate 1h change will be immaterial 1urtn the last two years the order has paidi nboutlthe sessiodi guests with ice cream and cake and all spent n pleasant half hour in1 nlfeBRIGHT PROSPECTS I Uniform Rank Expects Bi Crowd at Military Soireena aThe Central Committee of the Cath olic Knights of Ahierica met Friday TosephPgreat art of the upwith1 tees in charge of arrangements for the military euchre dunce and drill lhoeulxHillne 0 The euchre games wfIJoe played on the esplanade while the dance nnd drill of the two uniformed com bigillillFrom the enthusiasm displayed by the delegates it was evident thnt XewAlbnnya hand in making the celebration uscdIn1 C0theto the next State convention The list of prizes will be nnnounced next ofthemn handllomeTheat begatgames thetwo uniformed companies will give Commlttee apc 1 proved the latest detailed reports NIGHTS NEW HOME Following the example of Louisville Council ofColumbus newlW1l1eh memberlltheyOddFellQwsInlghtswboproperty council nre Sheriff John McElroy JKelly M lhe in WILL PRAY FOR REPUBLICANSr alThe Right Rev P J Iuldoon aux behairedprayer at the Republican national conven LakeliIdoCityability accept aa invitation tf F PARTY RULES 1 HH- t t That Will Govern the Two Biff 1 National Conventions ate Hand t 4eNominations Were Unknown Inrr the Early Days of the Republic Followers of Jackson First to Break Away Front Caucus MORE DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES I The time is rapidly approaching for the Democrats and Republicans from the various States and Territories to assemble for the nomination of their respective candidates for the Pres idency nnd Vice Presidency and to set before the world the platforms upon which these candidates will mnl mnnvhllstlerseven leaders who nre unable to givo historyofmany gates will he admitted to either con vention If the delegates from the theDemocrntlcshow n representation of 1008 If they me ruled out there will be 1002 votes The Republicans will have only 092 delegates 10 Territorial representation is the difference due I I onlyIhnsknare lowed six delegates while the Dem ocratic party allows six delegates each to Alaska Arizona District of IexlcoPortoyear Philippineswillrespects the basis of every State Is the same forevotesllemoheretic distrletIscon delcgntestowhile n Republican State convention can instruct only the four delegates district gates as it pleases In Republican Conventions the vote of every dele gate is counted but if forty delegates from New York should decide lon one man they can cast the entire seventyeight votes for him The delegnGJsarecratic candidate but in Republican conventions n bare majority only is necessary The twothirds rule was nnCwheng1inrNnVice President Van Buren Inter be came President nnd to prevent his renomination in 1844 the rule was re hastparty though its purpose is quite fre rulebecausew more than onetlnrd of the icier gates to nominate the candidates The men who framed the Constitu tlon made no provision for nominat ing candidates As n matter of fact ofSnominations In those days there was no party in the United States and everything was left to the wisdom of the electors who were to be chosen by the several States in whatsoever manner the States pleased WashIngton proIded n Congressional caucus By this means the Congressmen of each party selected the candidate and the electors of each party ratified the tl1Ithutchosen by the legislative despite all constitutional precautions to IKip Independents tJnclsoncaucus nomination of Crawford in 1S24 and the bolt astilei r II1C1icuTrepublic1were hardly more than conferences 4 and the first sUJporters then the railroads here put it in the Terrltryto 1 theElectOJnlIs ridiculed and the candidates are often made light of there is no case recorded In which a Presidential elector ever refused to vote for thc candidates nominated by the national convention of his party TRINITY COUNCIL regulnrJncetlng theRed offOllrl11mlttee WhIteCity adverttiledwas manifested by the members in the andalsoghenbyTrinity Council at Fern onJulyINCREASEAccordingtati laceing1 I ii rf s KENTUCKY IRISH AMEI2IOAl T II KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans and Cnlholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Loulivllle Poatofllce as SeconcfCIUs natter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Writt Creel 511 1LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 30 1908 r OlUGIXAli PlUXCIlLES etfife Old Guard Bryan Club of this ea pity has gene on record by adopting resolutions calling for the election of precinct committeemen by the people and the nomination of Aldermen Councilmen and School Trustees by the people instead of by the Demo static Cityana County Executive Committee This is getting back to Democratic principles and is us it A should be The centralization of power in committees is anything but Democratic and will eventually rev sult in defeat for those who insist upon it r NO JKIOKYET The announcement that the Very Rev Father J D Fowler pastor of t the Church of the Holy Name at d Kansas City was to come to Louisville as pastor of St Louis Bertrands 1congregation is untrue Father Fowler is engaged in building a new church in Kansas Cityand while ho likes Louisville and is liked by his former parishioners in this city he prefers to stay where he is Until en new prior is elected llev Father Clark will remain in charge of St Louis Bertram parish Father Clark is an energetic worker and the people of the parish would be pleased to see him made prior SIEKI INDICTED The May grand jury has returned two indictments against Lee Fops Speed until recently a Captain of police in this city Speed was dis charged a fortnight ago when he failed to answer to the Board ofi Public Safety after Cal Hanger had preferred charges against him To be specific Speed is charged with ac cepting 88 from Tom Cole a negro saloon keeper to peep the police out of Coles place and in the second indictment he is accused of accepting 25 from Frank Fleming for keeping witnesses from court titter Fleming had been arrested for keeping his saloon open on Sunday Three months ago the Kentucky Irish American called attention to the rottenness in his police district I WITHOUT UEIKESEXTATIOX Taxation without representation caused Protestants and Catholics to stand shoulder to shoulder for their rights in the war of the American Involution and it was because they did stand together for their rights that this country today is the great est countryon earth Will the Catholics continue to insist upon their rights or will they refuse to I affiliate with organizations that gladly take their money but which refuse them the right to representa tion among the officeholders This fact has been plainly brought to light by the Utica Observer which r recently published several letters which passed between Thomas W Fogarty a leading Catholic of that cfty nnd T It Jordan General Secre tary of the Utica Young Mens Chris tian Association Sir Fogarty opened t the correspondence by asking if Catholics were admitted to full membership in the V M1h C A Secretary qJardons reply is certainly frank lien saysOf t course you understand that the yMCf A is a Protestant organization i It has never been even suggested ns being otherwise but its membership is open to any man of moral character regardless of creed fit nationality The association con codes to every man the right of religious choice Time right to tote and hold office is limited throughout the country to members of evan gellcal churches The term evangel icallis held by some to include the 1iCaUiolhe as well as the Protestant but the intent of the con stitution as I understand it when arlginally adopted was to avoid any possibility of controversy by limiting tSe matter of voting and holding office to members of Protestant I churches I j Tlie Secretarys language ought to bephain enough Por all but the state meat is by no means new Many of Louisvilles young men formerly affiliated with the Louisville branch of the Y M Cv A on account of the t athletic privileges and baths In re cCWit years the number is growing iim and less and within a short time the connection of Catholic young irien with the organization in this jcUjvwlli have ceased altogether res T Ortsbae It that Henry- s jk to start a newspaper at Ulrig Green that Col Emmet Loufewllles1 0 1Jtor 4 F and Ed 0 Leigh the managing ed itor Judge Henry Hints is an able lawyer and one of the most astute politicians in Kentucky Ed Leigh knows more Kcntuckians by name than any other resident of the State Col Logan is the best paragrupher in the United States With such a Faith Hope and Charity combination the new Bowling Green publi cation has every reason to succeed The Catholic Womans Club ought to have the standing room only sign out before Monday night The club deserves it Every member has worked in some way for the success of the enterprise but to Mrs Will lam T Median will go the great credit She has organized the chorus engaged the principals in the cast enlisted the efforts of Prof Schmitt trod Mrs Barrett cut and designed all the costumes attended all the rehearsals and expects to enjoy the triumph JUNE BRIBES Wedding Bells Will Ring For Many rocks Next Month Miss Xorma Daunt nnd Hayes Ilchin will be united in matrimony at St Johns Evangelical church Clayand Market streets at 830 oclock Wednesday evening June 10 Miss Edna Bornwusser of this city and Miss Martha Lehman of Cunnelton lad will be the oridesmnids Mvssrr Carl Kehm Edward ilertel Edward UCrill and Albert iDuclimunn will be the ushers The bride will wear cream net over white taffeta and will carry u shower bouquet of brides roses and lillies of the valley The brides maids will wear yellow silk mull over yellow taffeta They will earrv bouquets of yellow roses A reception will be held at ttime home of the brides parents but only the immedi ate members liti the brides and grooms families have been invited Mica Damn is the daughter of Mr mind Mrs lohn IK Damn of Deer Park and is noted for her charming nod amiable disposition and rare musical accomplishments Mr Kehm is regarded as one of the ablct young business men on Main street lie is being hcarMly congratulated on winning such a lovely girl Mr and Mrs Charles Grunder have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Mt Grunder to Thomas F Filburn The wedding will tithe place at 0 o clock on time morn ing of Wednesday June 17 St Boni face church will no doubt be crowd ed eveiu lit that surly hour by friends of the young people Next Wednesday evening at 8 yclock the Her Father Thomas W White will unite in matrimony Miss Marguerite Stitcl and Cooks Lane Issues well known young people of Crescent Hill The marriage rite will be performed In the rectoryof St Prances of Home church The betrothal of Miss Bertha Schuman tad Thomas J Nolan has been announced The brideelect is the daughter of Dr ami Mrs A C Schumun mind Mr Xolau is a rising young business man nnd a prominent member of Trinity Council Y M J harryIiaulnpellFloyd county IInd will be united in marriage at St Marys church New Albany at 830 oclock next Thurs day morning Wedding bells will ringnt the Church of Our fculy in Portland next month when Miss Ella Crowley be comes Mrs James h1 Gauley The happy young people are being show ered with congratulations by friends Miss Julia Coon and J Tally two popular young people of Portland will he united in marriage at the Church of Our Lady early next month UXITKD HUSH LEAGUE Michael J Ityan of Boston National President of the United Irish League has issued a call for the fourth blcnnlal national conven lion of that society The convention will lie held at historic Ftneuil Hall Boston September 22 and 23 Hon John E llodmond leader of the Irish party in Parliament anti Hon Joseph Devlin National Secretary of the League in Ireland likewise a col league of Mr Redmond will cross time ocean td take part in the con vention JOAN OP ARCS CAUSE The Snored Congregation of Rites will meet in Rome on Monday Tuna 8 to decide the cause of beatification of Joan of Arc The meeting will be only preliminary but the decision reached will be approved by the Pope If the decision is favorable another and final meeting will beheld at an early date and then the beatification will be ordered Tho cause of Joan of Arc the Maid of Orleans has been before the congre gation for the last fifty years T Nearly all the Parisian gowns have sleeves withcjuk the fullness at the top N 1 ft Our Work Is The TALK OF THE TOWN QUALITY I OUR MOTTO IIS us A TRIAL SOCIETY1 e limits Miss Knthryn McAughan has recov ered from a slight indisposition Miss Minn Oliver a charming Cov ington girl is the guest of her brother Raymond Oliver Mrs Edward Mouolinn has re turned from a pleasant visit to friends at Bowling Green Miss Florence Mattingly will return home from Georgetown immediately after her graduation at Washington D COn Tuesday Miss Ada Walsh enter tained at luncheon in honor of Miss Julia Breed French of Rochester X Y Mrs Daniel B Torpy of Marietta Ohio is the guest o ner sister Mrs Hose Henley 511 Twentysixth street Miss KatherineMattingly has gone to Georgetown to witness the com mencement exercises of Georgetown College Miss 1Katherine Gorman of Port laud was tendered a dinner party Sunday evening in honor of her con firmation Miss Mary Whalleu has returned from a pleasant visit to Ohio Falls lad where she was the guest of Mrs Vary Cain Mrs Stephen C Welsu and laugh ter of Beeehmont have returned front a pleasant visit to relatives at Boston Ky Miss Alice Marie Terstegge of New Albany will graduate from St Iur soft heoollil Academy near Terre Haute Tune 10 Miss Stella Con vny who was in jured byti falling ladder ten days ago is somewhat Improved but still suffers from a nervous shock Mrs Albert F Martins many friends will be grieved to learn that she Is confined to her home 035 East Gray street by an attack of pmyu moms tol Thomas J Batman who has been confined to his ben by attacks of erysipelas and rheumatism ex pects to he able to attend to his busi ness affairs next week Mss Carmel Mahoney who has been suffering from rheumatism ic now at the home uf her sister Mrs Pottinger hat expects to leave for Sulphur Springs next week It will be pleasant news to her friends to know thatt Miss Louise Mnloney daughter 01 Mr and Mrs loin J Mahoney1 328 West Breckiu ridge street inns recovered front tty- phoid fever after an illness extending over five weeks Mrs Henry S Barker who spent the winter in Frankfort will resume her residence in limo Cherokee Park neighborhood next week The Court of Appeals will adjourn in the near future and Judge Barker will return to spend his vacation Mrs Carrie Grove of Minneapolis lInn is in Louisville for u months visit to relations and friends This week she is the guest of Mr tad Mrs Martin J Dugnn lOOO East Jefferson street Mr Grove will join his wife here before her visit ends John Richards declares that the stork Is king of all birds He her lieves that because n pretty baby boy arrived at his home Pearl and Union streets New Albany last Sunday Pupa John is hearing up well under his load of congratulntlonsI W Henry Newman time well known master plumber left Tuesday for Tuscon Ariz to visit his daughter serlouRlrlillI Annabel Xewinan tumid was quite pop ular In society circles Mr Newman expects to return about Tune 20IMr nnd Mrs James Tighe and Miss Loretto Tiglie who went to Colum bus Olio to attend the International convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers mind thence to Cleveland to witness the unveiling of the llauna monument are spending the present week with friends in Indianapolis favorablyknownof the Louisville Hotel but now ai spendingthe guest of Mrs M1 A Wuthen Mrs Mulligan u former Louisville girl ar rived several weeks prior to her hus band Urban Stengel one of Louisvilles most esteemed citizens celebrated on Monday time eightieth anniversary of his birth at his home 1103 East Brcckinridge street Ten children l onesgreatgrandchild the celebration along Members of the Concordin Singing Society otwhich he was time organizer and ofm the Fresswell Club were among those rStengelscore years Mr and Mrs John Sweeney of Mount Adams Cincinnati parents of Gabriel Sweeney who made his first vows as a member of time Passlonlst order at the Sacred Heart Retreat last Sunday came to Louisville to attend the ceremonies With them were their infant son John Sweeney Jr Mrs Mary Kelley also of Cincinnati an aunt of Gabriel Sweeney anti Mrs nisigrandLouisville the Ohio visitors were guests of Miss Mary Corcoran 1017 Portland it aenueII I SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS I FOURTH AVID INCORPORATED OPPOSITE MARY ANDERSON THEATER PRIMARY Louisville Democrats Want n hull Free null Fair Primary The 1CDablicas Party huts Hccu Tried amid Surely Found Wanting AntcKlcctlon Promises Have Not Been Kept by Prescut- AtlmiuistratIon DEPARTMENTS ARE DEMORALIZED The Democratic State convention is close at hand and if expressions of opinion count for anything Ken tucky will get back into the Democratic column when the leaves mind I the ballots are falling in November But the people want u change They Tare tired of bossism nnd of the semi tralization of the power to nominate I They want a new deck a clean table and the cards well shuffled there must be new men on the committees The old leaders if they are Demo crats will let the younger element I take a hand in the game If the peo ple insteadof a selfconstituted and self perpetnmded committee will he allowed to nominate their candidates for Aldermen Councilmen mid School Trustees Louisville will give its old time majority for the straight Democratic ticket Unless the people are allowed to voice their opinion the Democrats will not win I The Republicans have been tried and found wanting Time leaders posed as reformers and sortie of the alleged reformers have been dismissed from the police force Others are being considered by time grand juryof Jefferson county Others wllll higher in authority are under grave suspicion Time police force is disin tegrating and will soon fall into a state of innocuous desuetude unless strenuous measures are taken uy the citys Chief Executive Things are sometimes toll in court that are not printed in polite literature that can not go into the family home Mayor Griusteadis garden needs a weeding mind there is no time like the present There is friction and strife in the police and fire departments at the City Hospital in the street cleaning department and in the other departments under the control of the Boards of Public Safetyand Works The police force Is not even able to take care of a prisoner when he is brought from another State and handed over to them If you are doubtful about it try to find out wheat became of Roy Starks the negro who was brought to Louisville from Indianapolis during the present week Detective Mel Lnpaille lodged him in jail Front there Starks was transferred to the police court room Then he disappeared out the disap pearance was not noted for twenty four hours Nobody expects that Hoyt will return until the Republicans have another primary I Thinking men in both parties are theyHepuhlhcminsI election have been kept According to a recent statement from the Board of Public Works only such streets as have street cur lines are to be- sprinkled mud how The Louisville i Railway Company is to do the sprinkling mid the Louisville Water Company Iis to furnish the water Time Hoard of Public Works furnishes tllxIIIIIJtISdid not make any appropriation for street sprinkling mm the Board of Public Works Invite you if you do not live on streets wiiii street car ourlHtrcetKKcriptlou I Ail of these timings are contained in the Louisville peoples indictment of the present Republican administra tion The people want a change williIIlIowvoters want no more primaries like nnt espoused by the Evening Post when the suffragans from each ward were supposed to vote between 1 and 3 oclock in the afternoon though it is well known that from 0 oclock in the morning until I oclock in the afternoon is not long enough to accommodate nil I who desire to vote in nearly 200 precincts of this city With a fair primary Louisville Democrats can sweep Republicanism I off the Ijouisviiie map I MOORES ANNIVERSARY Thousands of IrishAmericans residents of New York and Brooklyn oftProspectI cityThursday InlhonorInl was under the auspices of St Patricks Society After addresses the bust of Moore which was ercctefl in the Flower Garden on the occasion of his centennial anni versary May 28 1870 was crowned with a wreath NEW AOADEJfY DEDICATED HightRevCovington dedicated the new Villa Madonna Academy near Crescent Springs Time new academy hisi the property of the Benedictine nuns and has cost a vast sum of money I MAY DIVIDE DIOCESE Cablegrams from Rome have it that the rumor is current in Vatican cir cleB that time diocese of Cleveland fa- to J be divided and that Toledo will be I the new See The Right Rev Kong Jelka auxiliary Dlshop of Cleveland Dont Miss It Big Sale Now Going On 10000000 BoysClothing 35c on the Dollar i Entire largefactories SALE NOW GOING ON DONT MISS IT Mens Suits 198 and up Young Mens Suits SI48 and up Mens Pants 63c and up Boys Pants 13c and up MM8MOSESM CO INCORPORATED Ml AND BOYS COMPUTE OUTFIIURS 534 W MARKET ST ARTHUR J KINSELLA Manager Green Trading Stamps With Purchasse FLOWERS FOR Weddings and Parties Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer ot FLORIST ot MASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chestnut DOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders and Monsignor John Farrellyspir itual director of time American Col inIheads of the new dioceses KNIGHTS 1 OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Time Wisconsin and Illinois State Councils endorse the project for hold lag a Catholic summer assembly on Ocouomowoc Lake One thousand Knights are expected to witness the exemplification of the fourth degree on a class of 150 candidates today at Des Moines Utica Council hits conferred the first degree on u class of seventeen and expects to confer the third degree on a much larger class about the middle of Tune Iowa Knights following the exam ple of their Illinois brethren will organize a baseball league Twenty candidates are trying out for places on the Dubuque team Members of Oswego Council will give a dramatic performance in their roosts next Wednesday evening The proceeds will be used for uniforming mind equipping the councils baseball dumb Salt Lake Knights will shortly compile and publish the Catholic history of Utah They will be assisted by the other Utah councils and will present history never before pub lished i IJOMEii JOLLY CROWD Mr and Mrs Andy Kast John Wallace William Quinn Misses Mug gle Ilnnnun and Katie Mooney and Mr and Mrs Charles robin and Michael McDermott have returned from attending the Supreme conven tion of the C K nUll IL of A at Kan sets City and are loud in their praise of the hospitality afforded by their fellow Knights and Ladies of the WestII Norton L Goldsmith one of villes lending attorneys has been honored by being elected President of Rnni Hrith a Hebrew organiza tion whoSe work is similar in char acter to that of the St Vincent de Pauls Society The President of Rnni Brltl is probably the greatest distinction that one can achieve in American Hebrew societies I CARDINAL AT COMMENCEMENT j The College of St Angela at Xew Rochclle N Y the seminary for young women conducted by the UnMiline order began 4its commence went exercises on Tuesday and one of the most delighted spectators was i Ills Eminence Cardinal Logue Arch bishop Farley conferred the degrees throughouttheI wit with Cardinal Logue during the exercises J HANDSOME HOME Catholics of Milwaukee have pur chased the magnificent residence of the late Capt Fred Pnbst for a residence for Archbishop Messmer The present nrcheplscopal edifice will be hospitalinorde The Pabst residence is one of the finest dwelling houses in Mil waukee I rI 1a n Y We Keep Your Garments Looking As Store OSTRICH FEATHERS GLOVES ETC MACAULEYS THEATRE Monday Evening June 1 1908 TilE TUNEFUL COMIC OPERA MIKADOUnder Admission 25 50 75 1 Tickets on sale at Montenegro Music Co EUCHRE DRILL DANCE UNDER AUSPICES OF THE UNIFORM RANK C Kof A Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday June 9 HANDSOME PRIZES FOR PLAYERS During the evening Companies A and C will appear and give A splendid exhibition drill Games called at 815 Dancing at 830 ADlMXSSXON 2G OEJ3VTJS MOONLIGHT EXCURSION ON STEAMER HIAWATHA MONDAY EVENING JUNE 15 19O8 UNDER AUSPICES OF DIVISION 3 A O H Steamer leaves foot of Fourth Street at 8 oclock sharp emitsButlersONE PRICE SAME ODO ALL PIANO STORE Do your friends and favor your acquaintances doesnt go in this store any more than the old worn rule some stores priceBothsame article that house reveals the act of taking advantage of some one customer A house can not exist that transacts busi ness to suit friends when that act has to do with the making of the price We have other ways of treating our friendsby friends we mean our customers for we consider our best friends our customers iMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated 3a3ixe LTI rI VENUE + Tn6 Gh S fl 1 R006FS BoOK GO + + PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE SJjT Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the W- TO finest of their kind in the cityJARTICLES+ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + + 3rS b W Jefferson Street 8 ITS SO GOOD EDINQER CO 14TH AND MAGAZINE STS CALL FOR PRE nuIU LIST OOINNNiONN11 N011 OOINN11oNNNNNN110-O i NGInI MAGIC RENEW GLOSS With this wonderful formula there ii no need to stain or varnish your Furniture Hardwoods Plano Carriages etc ana destroy Its original finish and beauty It Ila transparent and can be used on any color woods It cleans polishes and veneer and puts new life in your old furniture etc and makes them look like new and last many years longer They Left the Rlehm out claim MAGIC CARPET CLEANERIII I Cleans Portieres and Renews i It removes the Dresses dirt as If EtcIIstores the original bright I No rubbing no work of taking up carpets to or mailed on receipt Of toe for cost of tube and poatlJte SOT ties and towns est your dealer or write or Phonc home aal8 I SUPERIOR FILTER AND SPECIALTY CO 518 THIRD ST IJ x- t 1 y 7 KENTUOKY IRISH A1 2ERZOA107 NINAWEB PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS Ie 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 ELECTRICALLY ILLUMINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street DR J TV- eterinary CHAWK Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FOROe 913915J SEVENTH ST Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 NNON I J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrl STREETShortI NN4w10- D H t t t t H J DOUGHERTY S J McBLLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT r Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Culls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 l J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Mailnl Street THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Dlrectorand Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST rforquality oar Diamond Will Plaster is a winner Architect and builder indorse it ar marketKentucky Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brisk and River Louisville Kyy Also operating the Howler Wall Pita let Plant Jefferionyille Ind Phone 555 HENRY flUNOL BHATSR IN Stairi aid fFaicy rtclrlls I FIAT CLAiitIAMPt AOM IN CONNECTION LIOJdWklskleallpaellty UWWALIUT s xr t Ee Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUE Doth Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIOHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E YENT Proprietor All the new Spring and Summer I Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable pric- esHERBMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale1 Dean ers jn Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND j TilHh iuH4g 234 SIXTH STREET flWf He j1iussallorrthere not tsyltGrtatber WILL CELEBRATE Division 1 Preparlngf or Dedication of New Quarters Division 1 A 0 II held Its ref ular meeting Tuesday night The ut tendance was fair and quite a llot of routine business was transacted The members expressed their regret at the indisposition of Thomas Keenan Jr and in his absence James Barr was elected Secretary for the ever ing State President Butler was pros cut and his announcement that the County Board had secured the Whit City for Saturday July 4 evoke d great enthusiasm It was stated the Marching Club would meet Thursday night May 21 to drill and dis cuss further plans for the invasion of Indianapolis during the national conventionThe Committee reported that it had made arrangements for a reception and formal dedication of the new quarters ini Falls City Hall on the night of Tues day June 2 All of the other dlvis ions will be invited to attend and tile members of the Ladles Auxiliary will be guests of honor An elaborate programme has been arranged for the celebration FIRST MASS Of Louisville Priest Will Be Celebrated at St Bonifaces The Rev Xorbert Gottbrath will be ordained at Oldenburg1 Ind June 27 and will celebrate his first mass at St Boniface church Sunday morning June 28 The young Levite is a son of Joseph Gottbrath 420 East Chest nut street He has a host of relatives and friends in the East Em who will want to attend his firs mass and receive his blessing The Rev Father Flavian O F M will come to Louisville to preach the ser mon It is an honor for any parish tc have one of its young men ordained a priest nnn in recent years St Bonifaces has had its scare of hon ors in that direction Each successive priest incites others to follow the good example The full details of the occasion will be announced later APPLAUDS SIXTYNINTH New Yorks gallant Sixtyninth regiment was on dress parade Wednesday night and the guests of honor included Cardinal Logue Archbishop Farley and many leading clergyof the diocese Col James Duffy put his men through a severe drill but all the movements were ex ecuted with precision and called forth the enconlums of the Irish Primate and the other spectators The Armory was crowded so that standing room was at a premium BISHOP 3IAES COMING The Right Rev C P Maes Bishop of Covington is expected to visit Louisville next fall while the State onvention of the Catholic Knights of America is in session Bishop laes is an ardent admirer of the order and promised last year to attend the convention The Central Committee will remind Bishop Macs ot his promise He will be given a grand ovation by Louisville Catholics ONNEAPOLIS PRO CATHEDUAL The cornerstone of the pro Cathe Iral at Minneapolis will be blessed a week from tomorrow Ills Grace Vrchbishop Ireland of St Paul and the Executive Committee of Minne ipolis have invited many societies of Catholics from nearby towns to par lclpate in the procession So many mve accepted that it is certain not ess than 40000 men will be in the line of march The estimated cost of the new edifice is 750000 BISHOP MORRIS ARRIVES The Right Rev John I Morris lUlinr of Little lock who Is to administer the sacrament of conf ma ion to lCOO children of the diocese at the Cathedral during the next three days arrived in Louisville Wednesday morning He has visited Jouisvilel several tines before and is well known to the local clergy GRAND STREET PARADE St 3eorge Benevolent Society of lellevue Ky had a grand street mrade last Sunday afternoon An arpearaneeofthenights of St John The paraders attended the Mother of God church for vespers and benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament Y M IS GREAT GROWTH Grand President Fleming In his address to the Fifth urand Council of the Y M I of the California juris diction announced that during the past twelve months twentytwo new iouncils bad been instituted and that these councils aggregated 1820 young men HONOR FOR CLEMENTS lion La Vega Clements of Owens cow will deliver his lecture Knight lood Is Yet In Flower before the Lexington Chautauqxia Association on tbe evening of June 30 Mr Clements Is Grand President of the Y M I entucky Jurisdiction and one of he most brilliant platform orators In the State TEMIGRATION INCREASES Immigration continues to fall off while emigration Is on the Increase Up to and Including last Friday April 24 227761 steerage passengers ave left New York since January 4 while only 75345 left during the cor espondaBgr period last year On the Ricer band 104831 immigrants came- L during the same period as against 163239 for the same time last year WASHING BLACK STOCKINGS If black stockings are washed In warms waiter and rinsed in e11willf Some H Mens Allwool Black Y Thibett Suits on Sale at LEVYS j Today and Special at 10 0 Home Phone 5687 Comb Male 484y HENRY FUGflS FLORISTFu- neral Designs and Flowers for all occasions OREENHOUSESCharles and Texas Sts STOREHopkins Theatre Building 00 JUNEIs the month fo- rWEDDING INVITATIONSSee and prices- KENTUCKY IRISH- AMERICAN 335337 West Green Street Home Phone 946 RECENT DEATHS The sympathy of many friends goes out to Mr and Mrs Eugene Lawler whose infant daughter Mary Elizabeth diedat the family residence 1010 Fifteenth street Monday morning The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon William F Neumayer thirtyseven years old died at his home 612 East Kentucky street last Sunday and was burled from St Pauls church Jack son and Kentucky streets Tuesday The deceased was well and favorably known in the East End John Wagner Sr a veteran cigar manufacturer who had but a few months to round out his eightieth year died at his home 731 hast Wal nut street Saturday morning lie had lived in the same house more than fifty years Mr Wagner was a native of Germany but came to Louisville when quite a young man He is survived by five children His oldest son John Wagner Jr is an efficient member of the police force The other children are William Steve Joseph and Miss Clara Wagner The funeral took place from St Boni faces church of which the deceased was a devout member Monday morn ing DEATH AT BARDSTOWN Mrs Cecilia Barber eightynine years old and believed to be the Wealthiest woman in Nelson county died at the home of her daughter Mrs Baldwin at Dardstown last Sat urday night and was buried from St Josephs church in that city Monday morning Besides Mrs Baldwin one son John B Barber of Spring field survives Mrs Barber was a life long and devout Catholic She was highly revered in the community and was always a friend to the poor and distressed REMEMBER BRUNN Brunn the jeweler at 630 West Market street has made specIal preparations to supply friends of children who are to receive their first holy communion and the sacrament of confirmation lie has a splendid line of diamonds watches rings lockets necklaces rosaries and ail verware Parents and friends of children who contemplate giving their young peoplesouveplrsofI happy days ought to call Bmdsee Wrlronm sY tc5k 1t n p TWO DIG EVENTS Gentlemens Cup Race and Prank Fehr Stakes This Afternoon With pleasant weather this after JockeyOlubeven larger than Derby day with two of the most important events of tin fothreeyearoldsi value of 1000 and they GentlemenI cup race which always proves to be meetingner will receive a handsomely en Louisfilethat can be depended upon to show some excellent horsemanship and surerbe kypocriticalpreachers who have dropped the gos meetinghusevery one Another pleasing feature in connection with the establishing oi the Iarimutuel machines is that tn great ninny local people were giver employment as operators cashiers etc doing away with the old cry ol the bookmakers carry all the mono away from hom- e1ItIEST INVENTOR Hoboken Pastor Patents New Style Sleeping Car The Rev Father Leopold Hoff Schneider pastor of St Peter and St Pauls church Hoboken N J ha patented a new style sleeping car and intends to devote whatever money accrues to the needs of his parish He believes that his inven sleeplagThe reverend Inventor has ar ranged the berths In the center of the car instead of on the sides Four permanent steps are built from the floor to the sides of the berths and it will be possible to keep ventilators and windows open so as to secure fresh air at all times Aisles will be arranged on either side of the berths so that passengers nifty freely pass on each side- EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS The coming Eucharistic Congress in London is likely to be memorable in many ways It is hoped that no less than eight Cardinals will be present a gathering which we be lieve will be without precedent out side the walls of Romp Definite acceptances of the Archbishop of West minsters invitation have been re ceived from Cardinal Moran Arch bishop of Sydney Cardinal Gibbons Archbishop of Baltimore Cardinal Logue Archbishop of Armagh Cardinal Lecot Archbishop of Bordeaux Cardinal Fischer Archbishop of Cologne and Cardinal Mercier Arch bishop of Mechlin In addition to these it is expected that Cardinal Ferrari of Milan and the Cardinal Archbishop of Toledo and a Cardinal Legate specially appointed to represent the Holy Father will be present PRIMATE SAW NIAGARA Ills Eminence Cardinal Logue vIs- ited Niagara Falls early this week red Idter called on the Archuishop of Montreal and Bishop of Quebec The Irish Primate was much Im pressed with Niagara Falls and in response to queries said Its grandeur surpasses even what I imagined POSTPONED MEETING Mackin Council held Its regular weekly meeting last night instead of iTuesday night and the result was too ate for publication this week So far as can be learned the results at ained by the performance of A Mile From Town were gratifying FRANK NADORFP HURT The sudden starting of a car at Eighteenth anti Walnut streets last veek caused Frank Nndorff to be thrown upon the hard granite pave nent One of his limbs was so badly cruised that he will probably be con fined to his home Eighteenth and entucky streets for several weeks SHOWS APPRECIATION Major Gen Michael Tteichert is In receipt of a communication from A T Macdonald Secretary of the Mill ary Jubilee Committee in which he xtends thanks to the Uniform Bank Catholic Knights of America for the part its members took in the big parade last Friday LONG SERVICE CLOSED The Rev Father Rosslter sixtyfive ears old died at Malone N Y on pastoroffor thirtyone years WOMEN WORKERS Miss Leonora OReilly organizer of he Womens Trades Union League estimates that there are between 000000 and 6000000 working women in the United States Her work has aken her into every State in the Union and into most of the cities of prominence ANOTHER GREAT SCHOOL The Rev J J Flood who organized the Catholic parish of St Savior on tbe Park Slope in Brooklyn N Y hree years ago is planning for the early erection of a 100000 parochial chool on the church property on the south side of Sixth street east of 2ighth avenue It will be of brick md fireproofed four stories high WOULD WIN IN A WALK Illinois Democrats and labor leaders expect to nominate and elect John litchell formerly President of the rnited Mine Workers of nut rica Governor of Illinois Mr Mitchell is now in Washington and as soon a- lie returns he will bet naked to pta d for the Gubernatorial nomination ancjr stockings are prophesied r- ya r FRANK FEHR BREWING CO IINCO po Brewers and Bottlers 7 LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone Slain 1913 Sgt3TIXIL r WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINKSt r Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 rOUXSVXLLE KY ASK FO 1 FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE M08E PHONE 7568 CLIMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANKI WALTERSII i Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORA TII- DBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KV CHOICEfr Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR TilE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfert onvllle led OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Lent Money I Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFIOE C42 FIFTH STREET Hem Phone 1942 Cumb South 628 TtlOSJ KflNEYC- UT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra charges Patent medicines at cut prices cardsiHpilcwtatLXT JCND OAK 0 Office Hours Home Phone 9 to 4 6177 DR J FRANK SULLIVAN a DENTISTpp 739 FOURTH AVENUE lire your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brotheri Classical Scientific and Business Courn ss Preparatory Department Large Swimming pot Well Equipped 4vmn lum Terms Moderate Bro James Dir PETER M ANDRWI SONS WWAGONG MAN fACJURfR8 Carriage Repairing and Rubier Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET r HENRY AAIJIPULSJ DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Appiril WORK GUARANTEED pbeat 521 Fifth Strut WIRES UguoiB CrtAJS VALS SALOONVAULMTTKR frpHot Lai a easy nsoniing froth lull oclock 1 4to 1 hI JC1K 0 Y 1 KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAN THE BIG STORE Suits For Men and Young Men 5 750 10 12 15 Are such that will satisfy the most fastidious dressers s 424 West Market St THE BIG STORE Poirth Between end Filth MILTON M MARBLESTONE do CO eI JEWELRY BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pend ants Brooches Rosaries Silverwaie etc This is the opportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street II GREEN TRADING STAMPS H HHUUuuuuuAUU WITH EACH PURCHASE K DD O- NDecorated SATURDAY MAY 23- JI1a CJtVJC5 ONE BEAUTIFUL Bowl or Plate Here Is an offer you can not afford to miss These Bowls and Plates are easily worth 25c to 35c each OOofI Your choice of I bowl or plate with 255 pounds of New BOc3OcYour choice of 1 bowl or plate with 2H pound+ of New 9OCingMULLOYCOFFEB hem Phone ijaj G14 W MARKET STHEETM l il1 i vwyjSyXX rxJ p FRANKLIN BANK 11- I i CAPITAL 10000000 I SURPLUS 1000000 JOHN S WOODS Pr ildint DRJ C WILLIS vice Pres LOREN B WILLIAMSON Vlci Pus R Ci HEAD Caihlir g- II We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest I ON TIME DEPOSITS SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN ON SATURDAYS UNTIL f P M 12401 FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE KYII1 J UNION ICE CREAM CO DLezraufaotaxrera oY Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y JOHN A PAzZAlI WALL PAPERING AND FRESCOING ESTIMATES FURNISHED FUrrY 519 FOURTH AVENUE NNNMNONNNNNN00 ON QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged 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 aremade to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank lIning 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 Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ltIONEY TO LOANCOMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room I Law BldCanter and Groan I vyVrinn y y yr M1 BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRIN- QSicrsUryPros 6 Mgr VlcsPru ftTriu FPI Bauson Sewer PipeP Go- Slt Claxe Sewer and Calvert Pipe BaaBoas Plea frStaCea4mlts Wall Ce SUe Yltrlfd Street ParUtf Prick hire Preefla g FWe P g Fire Prick Grate iBileltar Tile Greuall Fire Clay f C6irumTTiPs Laws YaletYltriRetl Sitew KlrkK OFFICE 808512 W JEFFERSON TWBPHOWCWJ- thBMORKS Lexlaftea mmd Mag aolta Av 1 Befc 9th and lottJ MUW OR 533A J NW lOUISYlll JOCKEY CLUB Spring 23 DAYS RACING MAY 5 30 I I MeetingIRELAND Frank fehr Stakes and Gentlemens 1Vil SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY P HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Note Division 1 of Duluth Minn Is on the boom and from two to three applications are received at each meetingMay parties have been the order In Syracuse the auxiliaries and divis ions entertaining their friends on an elaborate scale Many Eastern delegates to the na tional convention who have friends In this city have announced their inten tion of visiting Louisville before returning home- Massachusetts has another division recently organized at Ludlow rue new body starts off with thirty charter members ijnd a gopd outlook for a prosperous future State President Dorsey has been doing splendid work for the order in New York State Ho spent last week in Buffalo visiting and encouraging the divisions there New Jerseys baby division locate at Harrison celebrtted its anniversary with a large gathering of members and friends Started with twenty members it has increased to over a hundred AuxiliaryhasMinn The projectors of the enterprise were the Rev Father P J Fox and Mrs Mary B Daley State Presi dent of the organization in Minne sotaLast dayforSkaneatelas Falls N Y Four degrees were exemplified on fifty candidates for admission to Division 10 Mem bers and candidates received holy communion Sunday morning President John H Hennessy ex tends a hearty invitation to all the members of the order in Louisville Jeffcrsonville and New Albany and to the Ladies Auxiliary to attend the entertainment to be given by Divis ion 4 on the evening or May 28 Reports rend at the quarterly State and county convention held at Wit mington Del show all flivlsions on a solid financial basis and the mem bership rapidly increasing Five dele gates to the national convention were elected Before the convention the members attended vespers at St Josephs church and later were entertained by the pastor Rev Father William Scott The State Executive Committee has fixed the dates for the State conven tion and parade at New Haven for 19 20 and 21 This will beAugust time in four years that there has been a parade of the order in Connecticut and it is believed that over 100000 people exclusive of the marchers will be in the Elm City railroads having granted excursion rates INDIANA STAATS VERBAND The Indiana branch of the Staats Verband a Federation of German Catholic societies with branches in nearly every State in the Union held its annual1 meeting at Evansville this week The delegates several hundred strong with probably twice as many visitors were in attendance Following mass Sunday morning and n street parade in the afternoon a social session was held in the Grand Opera House at nignt President John M Fimke welcomed the tick gates and addresses were made by the Rev Father F X Unterreit meyer of Indianapolis anu Rev Father 7 H Hillebrantl of Evans vine Visiting societies from Ilender son and Owensboro took part in the business session was heldMonday FINALE BANQUET The II A J Puls bowling team celebrated the close of the season with a supper at Sennings Garden Wednesday night While the team did not land at the top the members expressed satisfaction at the prize winnings and all resolved to strive for greater things next year The supper was set forth in Sennings best style and the viands included all the delicacies of the season Those who partook of the repast were Henry A J Puls Gordon Curry Theodore Schultheis Frank Koertner Henry Lepping Edward Ynger August Hager Barney Flynn Jr and William M Sack Rteder LEBANONS NEIL CLASS Lebanon Council Knights of Colum bus will hold its second initiation in that city tomorrow and Louisville Council has Ijeen invited to confer the three aegrees It is expected that several hundred Knights from this city will make the trip Arrange ments have been made with the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com pany by which a special train will be run leaving the Union Station Tenth and Broadway at 730 oclock tomor row morning and returning will leave Lebanon at li oclock at night Visitors and Lebanon Knights will attend high mass at St Augustines Church at 10 oclock the initiation will begin at 13U oclock and the affair will close with a banquet at 8 oclocK WYBRANT FOR PHOTOGRAPHS J First communicants and confirm ants who are to participate in the solemn ceremonies of the next Jew G SOCIETY DIRECTORY Ai O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday I MulloyIRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial SecretaryJ T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Street- slresldcntPatrlck T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial Secretary J G Hession TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy LynchFinancial iJ Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P nurkeTreasurerHurry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermot- tSergeantatArmorJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Clias Robards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y M X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice PresldentrFrank Lana banSecond Vice PresldentrSamuel Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecretaryThomasBachman Financial SecretaryFrank Gt AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Other popular and new features ADMISSIONI FREE PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season mIS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts GENUXNEBOTT EP Bears this trade mark unl R s you find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For picnics out ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 11008101 W Main St Btlh Phones days will need pleasant souvenirs of the occasion for themselves relatives and friends Nothing can be more appropriate than photographs in their new garbs Frank E Wybrant whose studio is at 576 Fourth avenue has made special preparations to sup ply the demand for photographs during the coming week HONOR WHERE IT BELONGS Col David Hirsch one of the most enterprising business men in Louisville has been elected a Director of the Board of Trade to nueeed A O Urani who resigned Col Hlrsphs term will not expire until 1910 f J I I I I Record of the Most Important cf the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The fire that broke out recently In the Derry Guild Hall did damage esti mated at from 150000 to 225000 People of Kinsale very much regret the departure of Rev O McDonnell who has been transferred to Bandon Notwithstanding the reports of de pression from America the craze of emigration has not abated in Clare I tapIAntrim The death is annnounced of Mother M De Salles Greene in Kilkenny She was sixtynine years of age and had been fortyfive years a nun The appointment io the Magistracy for County Derry has been conferred on Felix ONeill an extensive flux merchant of Knockloughrim An accident attributed to heat on the rails is reported from Inniskeen Junction The Carrickmacross train left the track and tore up several yards of the line but luckily no ones as hurt- Thomas Shields a respectable farmer residing at Lisball near Bailieboro went out for a walk and when looked for at the dinner hour was found dead in the laneway lead ing to his home A sad case of drowning occurred on the Suir at Waterford by the capsizing of a small pleasure boat the four victims being Laurence Mahon Edward Casey John Murray and Thomas Walsh all popular young men of the town A tract of land about two miles out side Tipperary town on the estate of Lord Barr more has been selected for a tobacco plantation The area under cultivation will be about thirty acres and while being prepared for the seed presented a scene of much activityThe will of Philip Murphy the Waterford merchant who died last probatedHisAfter grants of 2000 each to William PhilipMurphywife Mrs Johanna Murphy Mrs Anne Finegan of Carrickma cross has been called to her eternal reward after a lingering illness She lead lived to see her great grand children and was a type of the fine nowadaysAttee to select a candidate for the Crieve county electoral district Peter Conlan was chosen by this representthemTwelve children of St Marthas Ih dustrial School Convent St Louis In Monaghan accompanied by ROT Hugh ONeill traveled to Dublin in accordance with the desire of Her Excellency the Countess of Aber deen and visited the Viceregal Lodge where the interesting ceremony of presenting the Challenge Shield re cently won by the Convent Industrial School was performed The children from four other schools that were in the successful list also attended The shield is a very hndsome trophy made of Irish silver mounted on Irish bog oak with medallions repro senting the four branches of domes tic economy There were nineteen schools entered for the contest FRANCIS DRAMATIC CLUB The Francis Dramatic Club an or ganization of well known young peo pie of the southwestern section of the city will produce in the Shadow of the UocUIes a threeact drama in its hall Seventeenth and South gate streets Monday and Tuesday evenings The drama deals with life in tho vicinity of the Rocky Mount sins in the 80s and is filled with al pnthosInMrs A If Peterworth Jr Miss Min nle Milebach and Messrs Jacob Hutti William Eigel J 11 Bloomer Jr A II Peterworth Jr II J Bloemer John Meiimus Harry lieeler and Daniel Enoch Besides these will be a multitude of young people as villagers etc Those who have witnessed the rehearsals predict that the Francis Dramatic Club will make a hit- FONTAINE FERRY PARK Fontaine Ferry Park has been do- Ing a landoffice business this weekend if the present weather continues the crowds next peek will be largely increased Good order inspiriting music and the various attractions of fered furnish amusement for all oung and old The pavilion offered an excellent vaudeville bill this week and promises one of a more elaborate character next week Each of the various attractions are receiving their share of patronage and Fon taine Ferry Park has demonstrated that it iis as popular as ever CONTRACT AWARDED William Kehbe the popular New Albany builder has been awarded the contract for the brick work on the new church of St Marys of the Knobs and will begin work ut once The church will bei one of the hand somest jn the country and with favorable weather will be ready far occupancy in the taUIt oNN REFRIGERATORS Get ready for summer while you can get Refrig erators cheap We have just received a car load of Refrigerators that will be offered for sale as low as 550 This is a great chance Take advantage of it OUR LEADER Handsome well finished Oak Refrigerator galvanized lining double lid to save the ice easily cleaned 75pound capacity 550v 2THECOLUMBIA iiOak finish white enamel lined mineral wool filler remov Chamber a sanitary ice saver Prices 1250 to Recording to size IITHEOPAUTEHiiiWe are agents for the celebrated Opalite Refrigerators highest type of modern sanitary icepreserving refrigera tors Highly polished Oak ease sanitary shelves Neptune hair insulator 2500 to 5000 YOU CAN PAY CASH OR IN CONVENIENT PAYMENTS JAMES 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Gas For Cooking CONNECTIONS FREE We have enlarged our Gas Works to meet the WINTER demand and we MUST find a market for the gas in the SPRING SUMMER and FALL We are offering to make a limited number of gas connections without render ing any bill for same until gas has been used for THREE FULL MONTHS We will then credit the cost of gas used against the cost of connections and collect only the small balance remaining if there should be one IF YOUR HOUSE IS ON A STREET REACHED BY OUR PIPES WRITE OR TELEPHONE FOR DETAILS KENTUCKY HEATING COMPANY GAS OOKE AND OOAXy TAR FOR SALE FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREET I F SULLIVAN Manajir rd JADQLTAR1 ERF FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in andPest Beef Spring Limb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best Lard in the cityWI also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOU1STILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY n tt- I rant WDM CHAMPAG AJU 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