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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 7 7w w V KENTUCKY IRIS AMERICAN I 1 VOLUME XXNO 23LOUISVILLEi 1 SATURDAY JUNE 6 1908PRIC sIF IiI VT CRN CONTENTMENT Of the American People Vns Noted by Aged Irish Prelate Cardinal Logue Gives Ills Final Message to This Great Country V Discussed Many Things in Inter view With Well Known Journalist OUT W ALKED MUCH YOUNGER MAN Cardinal Michael Logue Arch bishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland sails for home today after what was doutbless the most stren Stuousthough he was born and raised in the mountains of Donegal and tray Bled over them afoot as curate par ish priest and Bishop lie was not allowed to walk much while in Amer len but for six weeks he was going night and day with little time foruasleep With the exception of a brief visit to Montreal ami Quebec after his trip to Niagara and a visit to Washington D C the remainder of hiss sojourn was confined to the State and city of New York A few days ago Joseph I C Clarke the author of Kelly Burke and Shea representing a New York dally paper was granted an interview with Cardinal Logue At the close of the interview Mr Clarke asked Has Your Eminence any message to give to the American people I risingthatgiven home and opportunity to the Irish nnd hiprosperltyandEarlier in the talk between the Irish Primate nnd the newspaper representative Cardinal Logue dls cussed communism socialism di vorce and kindred evilnnl when nAmericathe contentment of the people They went a contented people Then he added The Irish people I see here seem contented too Cnrdinnl peoplecontentedthe condltkm bf tlics Jrb innlrl I j attentionr norI discontenti ceitsWtaking ItIs4 underlyingcontentment strongly to the nntlonsuggested It is I take ita habit more thananything else I do not think it iis hicklooking1 I the narrow pinching things of litthey can give more energy to theirgoing forward You have uinwrkoresources that invite you Tho IrishThan falls into time swing of It aieasily as anybody I could myself i rrtunitles I am sure seeing the splendid oppor antoverl President I soboldsaywhntadmireWashingtonAnd I I formofon nnIswerJngI verythmiitook ofsnuff from his silver boxThen JleII said very deliberately It seems ttome the only republic sottneededd anprogressI detnocratiprinciplegreat enterprises No matter with I what belief to Ideal goternmentgovernmentmustWhile one honors the American re A j public It is well to alrepublictyranny No pure despotism couldI titFrenchspoliation1 any theory of thatWhen best to relieve the acute situation in Ire bething I undhlencaretoAmerlcajNaturallyj SkiFelu tolnI n gelfrellnnce appears to me to go tOI ItjweacheaI niembers from the Imperial Parllaj intent n reuseable I XewYorkCathedral He was resting in tIle afternoon when one of time clergy Yorleerlbutl WhatWwith the rest of the daylight In reply lie said Id like to take little walk for since I landed in putniydarned me everywhere I Central Park is a short half m Ile aind thither the Cardinal was I led by the portly Monsignor The Cardinal walked slowly as it were I sawtthestep tfrew briiker and after half an 11 I 11 11 v hour In the park the Monslgnor said I will take you back whenever you wish to go No my frIendre plied His Eminence I would not want to shorten your pleasant walk So the Cardinal led by the now panting Monsignor traveled all over the park and saw Its many handsome views At the end of two and n half hours the Cardinal snld I believe after all Ill have to spoil your pleas ure for my snuff has glten out No other elerg Invited Ills Eminence to nik and when the heacJ t manthnd Is asked about it he am not longing for another opportunity to coax the kinks out of the legs of a successor to St Patrick t KEAL KENTUCKIAN Elected Prior of St Louis Bertrand Church and Convent Tho Rev Father Joseph Richard Clark O P has been elected Prlorof St Louis Bertrand Convent which carries with it the pastorate of St Louis Bertrnnds church Father Clark was born at Fairfield this ate and is the first Kentuckian to preside over the big Dominican parish In Louisville He is moreover the youngest priest that was over thus honored by his Dominican brethren Ho succeeds the Very Rev Father Bernard F Logan O P who was transferred to Minneapolis last Jan uaryFather Clark belongs to one of the oldest Catholic families in Kentucky and Is a distant relative of the late Vrchblshop Elder of Cincinnati After his ordination he was assigned to Columbus Ohio where he remained a short time From there he came to Louisville three and a half years ago and his zealous work was noted by his colaborers and the parishioners from the start He was assistant to Father Logan and on the latters removal to Minneapolis became the act- Ing Prior and pastor He is an able and forceful speaker and knows how to cultivate the good will of his par ishioners as well as how to Increase their devotion Father Clark bears s honors moderately but the peo of St Louis Bertrand are much pleased with his preferment SHAPING ENDS County Board Arranges Details For fourth of July Inthe absence of County President Jolui1nTatricl JT SiUlt unfireslITUA frth mevting of the County Board A 0 II Thurs principalbiglebrationhite City July 4 During the ses nmongthedistribute them among the members jf the various divisions Thomas Dolan of Division 1 was appointed Chairman of the committee to arrange for the field day sports and was given full power to matte it is interesting as possible He will innounce his programme later In taking core of the concessions none if the divisions were overlooked gate will be taken care of by lheII Ion 1 while Division 2 will have the shoot the chutes and figure 8Ii dancinghellisslgned to Division 3 The wheel of fortune has been consigned to the tender cure of Division 4 j Messrs John Kinney and William Soylc of the Jeffersonville division were present out made brief ad oplnlonlthatmy celebration July 4 and that on their return to Jeffersonville they would request their colleagues to jai i with their Kentucky brethren on that t lay They also stated that they ex petted n large number of their stem I HiberdIndianapolis Time County Boar I I thanked the visitors for their expres sions of good will nnd bade them iI Indssinnn ident of Division 1 reported for the Printing and Publicity Committee t aTbo tickets he presented announced I that banners and posters had been ordered and stated that other ndver tlshig schemes were under way DEATH CAME SUDDENLY Thomas OBrien a former of New Albany but who has been n resident of Alexandria Ind dur ing the past twelve years died vcr 6uday with several friends when he was seized with pains in the heart He fell to the sidewalk and expired n few momenta later The deceased was thirtyseven years old and tis survived by three brothers and five sisters The brothers are Frank I most of New Albany and JohnnnI OBrien of Chicago The stators are Mrs John Oetken Mrs Peter Miller Mrs Manoah Martin and lilA Mayme OBrien of New Albany an Mrs John MeAvoy of Chicago Tim remains were brought to New Al1 bany and taken to the homo of Mr v Martin 1320 Ekln avenue The fut neral took plate from Holy Trinit church Wednesday 1VALInFrank Nadorff who has been confined to his home at Eighteenth and Southgate streets as the result of an accidental fall from a street car at Eighteenth and Walnut ttreets Is able to be out after confinement to hit room for four weeks Mr Na dorff is still a little lame but his friends are glad to see his smiling countenance once more r- ma cr i JUBILARIANS I hh Priests ot This Diocese Are tolHavc Celebrations Thisrmi Month Father John T OConnor to Be Honored by Holy Name Parish Ttr Solemn High Mass Will Be hot owed by Banquet in the School FATHER LYNCH WILL PREACH On Wednesday June 17 five priests of this diocese will celebrate their respective silver jubilees nnd so is as eon be learned each in his ow parish The jtibilarians will be the HEY JOHN T OCONNOR H01yNnmeJoseph Aloysius Hogarty Lebanon ilev William Martin Huckmnn New HigginsWestn Francis McSherry Father OConnor intended to have n very quiet celebrntlonji but th loyal people of Holy Name church arranged something different before attusoteona number of the jubllarians friends will be served in the parochial school1 hallh Father OConnor will celebrate the solemn high muss nt 0 oclock The deacon and subdencon have not been selected The Rev Father Ed ward Lynch of Henderson willt preach the sermon and nn augmented choir will sing Carl Maria Yon Webers mass Mrs Villinm Lawler will preside at the organ The church will be tastefully decorated for the occasionAmong congregntlonf n arranging the social features of the jubilee are Mesdames A J Richards John Gorman Edward Keating J B GeorgIhnrnse Edward Wells and Misses Annie Caf frey Mamie Sullivan Katie Hickey out M Kssweln These ladles have not only arranged an appetizing menu but love secured artistic sot venir invitations nnd many of the energy have signified their intention to he present The men of the congregation too under the leadership of Col Michael lleiehert are lending theh endearo to make the affair n success 1rup Tndon e a wqnderful work in his parish When he took charge of Holy Name parish HIS people were few in number and widely scattered Year by year he scdup rapidly in a few years past and the pastor habuilt a brick church and school house to take the place of the old frame surloumllngtbe aeiI a years to come- Twentyfive yenta at the altar mark an epoch In a priests life and more particularly In America where the life of the missionary priest and they are all practically missionaries strctnv n that the American priest averages only thirteen and a half yenta after enJtprofession or trade that will show such a low average The priests who reach the twentyfive year murk are partsloners powtopastors efforts II Looping after parochial schools running on sick calls at all him rs of I the night and in all kinds of weather al confessionanre part of what the priest has 1beer Tic ladles nail gentleman of Holy Name parish realize this aad in arranging the celebration for Tune lieyrough places for Father OConnor MAKES WISE CHOICE Hon Herman D Newcomb who aspires to be the Democratic can didate for Congress from this district will It nominated and elected take Attorney Robert T Burke to Wash secretaryMrof the Loulsvlllto bar President of Mackln Council Y M L and is an active worker in the Democratic 4 J- ia G o LL h ranks Few young men In Louisville have a wider acquaintance and more friends than he Thero is no doubt that his influence will be felt between now and the time the nomination for Congress Is mad- ePLEASED PLLCHUMS + Pope Plus Paid Tribute to President of United States The pllgrlmfe from the diocese of Brooklyn N Y who accompanied Bishop McDonnell to Rome were charmed with the reception given them by our Holy Father Plus X The audience was granted at the re quest of tho Right Rev Monsignor Thomas F Kennedy rector of the American College in Rome There were 100 pilgrims in the party and all were delighted when the Pope paid tribute to President Roosevelt- I admire your President Roose velt said the Pope in Italian for his fight against those who are seek ing to amass wealth regardless of the means employed I admire him also rfor his deeply respectful attitude toward the Catholic church I have been always deeply nmpressed by the industry Intlllgence power and faith of Americans It seems to me that Americans are consumed by a double fervor the love of gold and devotion to religion You should try to curl your passion for gold so that it will not lead you Into Immoderate desires I trust God will keep alive your de votion to religion I trust the Cath olic religion in America will continue to refine your sentiments and purify your souls Religion is a good guide in all steps of life whether it be in business society or politics i JUNK WEDDINGS Miss Blanche Victoria gayer and Charles C Schuchard wjllbe united i in the holy bonds of matrimony ntj St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market street at t9 0clock next Tuesday morning Time dlight Rev Monsignor Joseph Schrembsr Vicar General of time diocese of Grand Rap Ids uncle of the bride will perform tho ceremony nnd celebrate the nuptial mass Miss v Margaret Schrembs a cousin of tits bride iis to be the maid of honor and Louis oayer iv brother of thebiidewilli uv the lest man Time bridesmaids will be Misses Theresa ilarprlng and Elizabeth Schneider Joint LDolan- out Gus Yucca will be the ushers Following the ceremony u reception for the immediate families of th aothe home of the brides parents Later in the day the yiVflnt couple wilL leave for nn extended trip to JolmsTownl Pa whereatiTeyHvllHislt the Rev Rudescind Schrembs O S It nn uncle of the bride The groom is n son of Adam Schuchard and holds n responsible position as fore man for the Kahn Tailoring Com pant He is also a prominent meat ber of M nek in Council Y 51 h The bride Is the lovely daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Joseph I SayerII A pretty wedding was that which made Miss Florence Hoffman the WednesdaJ1motnlng was filled with friends of the young people The ceremony was perII formed by the Very Rev Father Leo Greullch and was followed by n nuptial mass The attendants were Edmund Schmidt a cousin of the bride and Harry Doerr After a wedding breakfast at the home of the brides mother Mrs F L Hoff man 2027 Alford avenue Mr and tins Lannlug left for Indianapolis1 where they are the guests of rela1 lives of the bride At the ceremony the bride bore n handsome gown of white silk and the regulation bridal j veil She is a very accomplished ad1o he groom is a member of the firm of Dougherty Lanning dealers fIn beginJlOuselhome at 630 Park avenue Miss Clara E Schrnnz and JamesII J Barry were made man and oclock Wednesday morning but astoI early as was the hour friends of the throngsgI the lei Father William Gausepohl I performed the marriage rite and then celebrated the nuptial mass After a wedding breakfast nt the home of the brides mother 1025 Second street Mr and Mrs Barry left for an extended Eastern tour 11 bride is the charming and accom MaySchranz M harrybpeoplehnoon their marriage I irMr and Mrs D J Meagher ha announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Meagher Ito John A Duffy The wedding will be solemnized at St Louis Bcrtranda church at 8 oclock on the morning of Wednesday June 84 After a bridal tour through the East Mr and houaekeepitong 1Ik noted for her many graces and is StIoulsIs prominent in business circles and JDnffyWELCOME VISITOR Miss Ada Conklin Strafe Secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary A O H will arrive in Louisville tomorrow fora brief visit Miss Conklins homo Is in Covington but she has cityIf Mary Corcoran State President of the Auxiliary in Kentucky u i l SAMPLES Of Reform as Doled Out by tite Present Republican City Administration What Influence Does hosts Wield Over Those in Charge Why Should Taxpayers Pay ti Improve Property ol City Ofllcial ANXIOUS INQUIRIES ARE MANY osterImowsr ndmtnixtratiathatr ordetcctheence does he wield How does he Ulelolllof evidence Is against him A case In point occurred Inst Sat urday when Foster appeared asM Sntlatensontective force Foster had sworn out a ngahmsatensund t he told that he had appeared as BoundThursday o theCItJspoletosaid opithetreIpurtedf Detectives Thomas inher nod on the tatters advice swore toot the wnrrunt for Ettensons arrest be inuultedHenry testimonrfnlledwith the ease Jle was standing ut the other side of the stairway and heard Beck uy somctnlng to jate son but did not know what it on reeldr odwas talking with George Beck when Foster came down the stairs nnd accosted Deck tht plied Yes he has Ills testimony GeorgeDecko ness men MrY Henson ttinstretfr ConklingPrusecutlng appeared for the prosecution but he did not prosecute very hard He saw tint the preponderance of evident was in favor of tIle defense No attempt was made to argue the east- Special Judge William Krieger wlm occupied the bench in the of Judge J Wheeler McGee tt throughthowas a surprise Ettenson is u native of Louisville and has an excellent reputation as a citizen as a dectectivc and as Democratic worker He was acre in the United States army nor did I1u servo n term in prison to aatlaf u sentence of court martial for conduct unbecoming u soldier As none eon not be said for Foster CouncilI man Otto Cohen preferred charges against Foster a month ago The witnesses were heard before tl Board of Public Safety and behind cloved doors Time public has nee been allowed to read or hear thu bulk of the evidence Last Thursday litho Board of Pupllc Safety exoner uteri Foster An interesting ex pllOtogrnlJhfrompartment Wjll somebody please tell what is the influence that keeps cityAtJack Richardson a committee of five members of the lower hoard of tilt General Council is Investigating n matter that is sot at nil creditnble the Board of Public Works if h premises of Mr Richardson are correct When streets are improved urn der ordinary procedure the owners of property abutting are required to pay the cost Councilman Richard son complains that the JlonrilIi Public Works has let n contract for the improvement of Fulton street between Shelby nUll Campbell at n cIety will be called upon to puy for it ini stead of C C Stoll a menifbcr of the Board of Public Works who owns isthe abutting property Mr Stoll foritre original ii provement The Investigation Dug to bring out the facts v Thursday afternoon Acting Chief of c pisng policemen against Detective Ed Ecker anti Toe Pickering a pntrolronn Ether Is accused of terrorizing the women of n disorderly house Picker lIng is snld to have been In the house with Ecker but left before the bombardment began Pickering has a record that will not sand n seraclt light while Ecker is a civic rightvo ness reformer Will tIle civic rig eousness preachers denounce thb conduct of these men tomorrow or will they await the tardy action of May Grinstead anti the Board of Pub Safety DIES FROM INJURIES A frightful accident caused the death of Miss Mary Margaret Gm fin one of Louisvilles sweetest and most lovable young girls She t the daughter of Mrs Mary Grit anti a niece of Charles J Cronan t well known real estate man yearsLastfrL- 1 11 1 the West End to 118 East BrecklnI lIlisGrIffintIlerllOstenedput the house In order She wastanding on a chair In the act of ad thlrdstorJwindowy balance w tinindowbelowt be fatal but loelocle0 hectarefnmll sympathofJ fuuernservicesmorningntmanysorrowing TRIPLE EVENT Military Euchre Dance and Drill Promise Big Things I UnlfunnHnnkrxpectluglargo a attractionnexucsdayI nildllnclngenjoJmeutenougheuchregamesdelightful called a 815 duwnstairsdnncinuntilfinishedajorColJoslphBane will then take the uniformedI tllemthrouhI1ndba1 ttAfter the drill resumedseepartners whoareCommittee whole affair noel toBwellentertainmontof COentlon Ierethisniceprizes Inthci SAFE HAYEN St Catherines Girls Will atATwentyfive pretty girls dctorntrd1 with Ioldwill11Iinfield StlltlOUlenthmornIng1heannulIIU1 ttfihrthgT1gTLegaunuwAasochttlon flomLoulsrillev JuncIretlpresentThe Springftaho1 commence IlnesAcas sanemorning In the nfteraattm the alumnae will hold their banquet and lectlTefromP the brilliant Dominican orator qulnSistero e girls will resetys ItEPET1TIU1I meThe Mikado Will Be Seen lucNight broughttountItheTimJlikndatheCatllOllce t Ilndarnightnot obtain seats and everybody who xdtetIthebeen decided r performance I Im chorus Prof Leo A Schmitt of course has consented to direct the performance a second time Messrs John J Flynn David WebllEdwardbd other members are in favor of mau- lagl the Orpheus Club a permanent o tr theirLlederkranznnd thin arguethati young men and women to organize their own musical society Those who witnessed the performance JGnnd a plentyofy Macnuliiys box office POPE GREETS PRIESTS Pope Pius X received In audience on Monday all the priests In Rome devotlnnsul greatdevotion ofHeaventt meet all those who had been Instrumental In Increasing devotion to her DurIngthog CardInalsretreats theheatIsliewho has to bear up un er It NAZARETHS ALUMNAE IrfteltSocletisvasbodyin Jip oflmaMrV the largeromn I lqb 4I s SPLENDID il Gathering ot Hibernians nfc the Dedication ot Handsome eQuarters Ucmcrs of Division 1 Played Hosts and Others WereV GuestsY The Ladies Auxiliary Accorded n Warm Welcome by L the Men I PLEASANT ADDRESSES DELIVERED The At nllhtLhemembers of the order nnl invited guests Members aretkepttnldtheuve ions accepted the invitation l No1 nailI the result was n in ts4 eon Hibernll1n Mulloy called the meeting to order and welcomed the ladies and other nolislutchedsolutely necessary and then called theJontertninlJlllJtchair j Chairman Dolnn thanked the visit mm ors for their attendance mint ex rt pressed the opinion that such n gath s IadiesAllxlllarJ v t well as n help to the brilor in general Meetings like this he said were pro toinculea1eMaryCareoron thoLudicbrieftallcinvitation She complimented Divis1 ion qUllrtcr8 r keepIiberninnisnt 1I1oICorcorunthe effect that the auxiliary was pushing to the front everywhere Many ladles besides the delegates were coming to the State convention llellInIftcr nn cnlf1etl n by+ IhcrIIit1LeiTnn 111 lJ 1lenr tfliJPresident of Division 4 was called upon He said he was glad to be with Division 1 but if he were In the Iresldin PresIden DIvision tnkIng cityeproper eomentlonInbernlnnism wns never brighter nnd the former enthusiasm is being re kindled everywhere He pleaded with tnketllllrworkers Little iBS aballadveteranlIibcrnhmng account of the part that Louts ville Irishmen played In the Fenian raid into Canada in 18GG Ills story was listened to with interest und evoked enthusiasm A song by Louis Kress followed and he received a rhomnsequiteimpressive AuxillarJThomasCusick made brief addresses nnd then the assembly was regaled with n song by Miss Mary Corcoran Judge DIlsion and other members for the hOB pitality afforded Miss lose Sweeney received an ovation but said only a few words William P MeDonogh of Division 4 snld he was spending a favoredtrpeople The exchange of opinions he said was always Instructive and bene 1111111Ju1JlleerequestMiss thehnrd andJspirit the gathering Miss Lizzie meetInAsGeorgeRileyDaniel Dougherty made a brief talk playedanell reIresentathe hers of rendereduuiiiig evening andHenrysang a song and Chairman Dolan an lJivIsIonchallenge Division 1 for ntl1lfof 4lIB cepted This evoked a general expression on the big Fourth of July celebration promIsed QfUlbemlanCityo ment Committee dispensed ice cream gUestsTheand the ryarcgoodairuioxaeat J P7 pv u i I Y JONTU KY IRISH AMERICANS c p KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement Irish Americans and Catholics 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 5C Entered at the Louisville Poitofilce a Second Class Hatter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Ones St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 6 1908 DEMOCUACl REUNITED I Every faction of the Democratic 1ms gotten to party In Louisville gather and today the old time leaders will marshal their respective forces delegation of 114 willunitedBO that a Lexington next Thursday to to fake part in the State eqnvcnHon Former and able leaders who had bit ter differences have put aside their quarrels and have joined hands for the common weal of the party Their example ought to prove profitable sections of theotherto leaders In State Lack of unity among the Democrats lost the State and city last November The leaders know it and now see into what straits the grand old commonwealth has fallen The city is being honeycombed by graft than grafters Condi ers rind worse fleas have become intolerable and fortall hands to get together and stamp it out Once the public is convinced that the union has been cemented Republicans who even rightminded are disgusted with the local regime will aid the Democrats in putting r down the lawlessness and graft that are sweeping over Louisville The fact that the old Democratic leaders have gotten together Is not wouldbe lead pleasant news to the ers of the Fuslonlsts There is weeping and wailingand gnashing of teeth from those who would con tinue the reign of Grinstead Foster and Bullltt Howls of rage are going up daily and there are some who re fuse to believe that the Democratic coalition is an accomplished fact The work to be done today ought to co- nE vince the most doubtful The mast conventions will be held in every Legislative district and there will be no quarrelling bickering or stealing as there was at the Republican primary on April 25 The conventions will be held at 3 oclock and every Democrat will be given an opportu pity to voice his sentiments So well are the boys in the trenches satisfied x that theynrt practically willing to let the old leaders name the dele gates Many good men have been suggested but the voters will be al lowed a free land this afternoon in selecting their 114 candidates As a result of the Democratic Stat convention the entire machinery of the party in Kentucky and Louisville will be reorganized To this end each Legislative district in this city and county ought to send its ablest and most discerning Democrats to Lex ington next Thursday A full and free vote this afternoon will develop v that the party In Louisville means business and it will bring terror to the camp of Republicans and Fuslon t ists u The City and County Committee was strengthened materially a few weeks ago when W hunts Logan was made Chairman lien C Watson Secretary and by the choice of Major Patrick Ridge as committeeman from the Fortyfifth district The present committee may suffer some slight changes as a result of the State con vention but whatever is done will be done for the best interests of the Democratic party John J Derry former Deputy Bailiff of the Police Court who has long been a zealous worker both In and out of his district is being boomed by his friends for Chairman of the Fortyseventh dis trict His election will add a tower of strength to the Democratic ranks The thing for every Democrat to do today is to go to the conventions In their respective districts this after non and to vote for the best men obainablo for delegates to the State convention MITCHELL LOOMS UP John Mitchell exPresident of the United Mine Workers of America and the most popular labor leader In the United States today is looming up nao candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Governor of Illinois Mr Mitchell was called into a conference with Roger C Sullivan John T Connery and other Democratic leaders last Saturday Such strong men as John P McGoortyv James Hamilton Lewis and Douglas Pattisou are al ready In the race for the Guberna tonal nomination but it seems that Sullivan wants a still stronger candl date and believes that John Mitchell Is tho man The great labor leader iiIj considering the proposition and will announce his decision Juno 15 Should he decide to shy his caster into the political arena there is no telling where ho will stop Ho is the Idol of the coal miners end every vprklulrman Jit America recognizes him as a friend Ho has never been J B demagogue nor has he ever led j r 0 his followers with false hopes He is n foe to strikes and strifes but when once in Ills opponent knows that he has found a foeman worthy of his steel If John Mitchell ac cepts the chance to become a candi date for the nomination he will be elected Governor of the Sucker State Meanwhile there is talk of naming him for the Democratic nomination for the Vice Presidency of the United States What a team Bryan and Mitchell would make in a rata If the ticket is so made up the entire country will go Democratic in November WIN HACK PllOSlEIUTV A telegram from Birmingham says that with the resumption of mines furnaces and other industries this week 8000 men who have been idle for months have returned to work and Lewis Nixon the great ship builder says that work in all the American shipyards will soon be plentiful These reports are encouraging Now let us all quit talking1 hard times Let nil who have some thing to sell get out and advertise That is the best means of bringing back prosperity Vacation is close at hand and many boys and girls are anxious to be free from stuffy school room and books for sixty days or more Many expect to spend the time iIn play Others expect to help papa and mamma about the house ant yard Others still desire to go out and earn a dime or so and put it away for a rainy day They will find plenty of places to put them if they want to start a saving account The Franklin Bank and several othe local banking institutions are rendrto take care of the pennies planter in n garden In the end the young sowers of pennies will reap a harvest of dollars and meanwhile will have learned habits of thrift and industry At last the Louisville police fore has gotten lousy with the scorchers Three of them were arrested rues slay night for exceeding the speec limit and hiding number tags Foi some time pas many owners o automobiles have raced through th pedestrfanswould have a beneficial effect o these rapid travelers AGEI LADYS DEATH Mrs Catherine McBarron otheJtEnstseventyseveiyears Ilfinnymore than a year and her death wa not unexpected She is survived by DaytonOhioFather UnslI1eWardTerretool oj churchWednesdaywas attended by a large concoursee of friends ST ANNS SCHOOL EXERCISES The closing exercises of St Ann parochial school Seventh street south of Davies will be held at 730 oclock on the evening of Friday June 19 The admission will be twentyflve cents Rev Father John T 11111 pastor of St Anns is very anxious to have as large a crowd as possible present to witness the Initial exercises of his young pupils On the afternoon of the day before the chil dren will be given a pleasant treat by the pastor and teachers DOCTOR OASPEUS LUCK Burglars entered the home of Dr Michael Casper 1503 Twelfth street Wednesday night and though they made away with a pair of the doc tors trousers and 10 entirely over looked diamonds worth 700 It Is believed that thp burglars were seared away by the hastening steps of Louis Dwyer Dr Caspers father inlaw who heard the shutters slam and ascribed the cause to the wind Dr Casper was absent from the city IMPORTANT MEETING The Y M I Supreme Council Entertainment Committee made up of members froth Trinity Mackin and important at 3 oclock sharp tomorrow after noon Plans for the Y M I day celebration at White City on Tues day Juno 1C are to be discussed and certain work Is to be assigned to each council PRIESTS SAD MISSION The Rev Father Eugene McBar NewAlbanyhis aged mother whoso funeral took place Wednesday Ho isa native of New Albany and has many warm friends In thatclty r Our WorK Is The TALK OF THE TOWN QUALITY I OUR MOTTO IIS US A TRIAL i8 i SOGIETY J Mrs Dell Russell has beta visiting relatives at New Maven Walter Hagan spent lnst week with relatives in Nelson county Miss Sarah Moran of Montgomery street Is visiting relatives in St Louis John B Keyer and daughter Miss Adeline left Thursday to visit friends in Vicksburg Miss Julia Kelly has returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Hart ford and Muncie Ind Miss Leila Henley has returned from n pleasant visit to Mrs R L Newson at Cloverport Mr and Mrs J M Egan of Cres cent lull have as their guests Mrs John Egan of Fulton Mr C A Lutz of Parkland is hostess to her sister Mrs T Q Fitzgerald and little son Miss Florence Burke a popular Portland girl Is the guest of friends EvansvillesMiss Frances Donahue of Oakdale who has been visiting friends in Cin cinnati is expected home this week Mrs Albert Simms had as her guest for a week her sister Miss Jessie Greenwell prominent in New Haven society circles Miss Nellie Hanley of 1219 West Kentucky street is visiting Mrs II C Roby at Rockport Ind She will be gone about two weeks Col and Mrs luaU J Wlnn and children left for Yonkers N Y Wednesday and will probably spendl I several months in the East I Miss Margaret Burns of Jefferson I villc is the guest wf her cousin Miss Sarah McCall at Indianapolis and I will not return for several weeks IMrs Sylvester Rapier and herL charming daughter Miss Alice hav LI returned to New Haven after an en joyable visit to Mrs Sam J Dant I IMiss Catherine Delaney and her f two brothers Martin and Michael Do laney have returned front Hartford P City Ind and will make Louisvil- ltheir home In the future 1I Henry Thieman Cashier of the r Southern National Bank and daugh t tel Miss Marie have returned from a delightful visit to Chicago al though their stay was brief Miss Hortense Pilcher of tIle High lands who attended the commence e ment exercises at St Marys Academy near Batavia 111 is spending the week with relatives there d After tine rehearsal of The Sunrday afternoon Mr and Mrs John J1 Score entertained Miss Imelda Shet e with a 0 oclock dinner at Kleins Srs John Stnab wife of the pop Enginne Company was falling down stairs at her home 834 East Broadway is much improved Mrs John T Welch and children f of Becchmont are expected homes from Boston next week While there J they were the guests of friends and relatives and had an enjoyable time t e William OConnor entertained a party of friends at Fontaine Ferry r Park Wednesday evening in honor of s Miss Eugenia Burton of St Louis f The fair visitor is the guest of Mis Pauline Cooke injuredfr J a car and Broadway Monday is resting as comfortably as possibly at his i fathers home 614 East Broadway1 and is npw considered out of dangerI Miss May A Starr and Joseph F Hammer popular young people of New Albany were united in matri Trinityschurch Wednesday night The Rev Father Charles Curran performed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Fred II Hulm have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Laura Amelia to Rob ert Bobzien The wedding will take place at the Cathedral of the As sumption at 4 oclock on the after noon of Wednesday Juno 17 M J Finnegan Secretary of the Central Coal Iron Company is pre paring for the christening of a thir teenpound boy that arrived at his residence Brook and College streets last week The Jittfo fellow promises to be an allaround athlete like his brothers Charles and Roy Finnegan highSchoolMr and Mrs Charles A Schmuck celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of their marriage at their home on Edward street near Morton avenue last Sunday Tho happy couple received many congratulations and numerous useful and ornamental presents Mr and Mrs Schmuck held quite a levee and regaled their friends with refreshments and an enjoyable musical programme HarryKannapelof New Albany were united in mar riage at St Marys Catholic church Thursday morning They left the same day for a ten days trip to Eastern cities On their return they will begin housekeeping In their own homo on Silver Hills near New Albany The bride is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs J Otto Endris of Pine Crest Silver I Hills and Mr Kannapel is one of New Albanys young business men I Miss Mary Richards and Adolph RIngenberg popular young people of I j 0 c 1 SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS 717 T1OUIZTH AVE INCORPORATED OPPOSITE MARY ANDERSON THEATER STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Ye- arsSToE1fEW YOItIt Extraordinary Bargain Specials on Sale This Week REGULAR 2 SILK GLOVES FOR 85c A PAIR Second shipment just received 1000 pairs 16button length Mbusquctaire Milanese Silk Gloves full length and beautiful quality with double finger tips colors tans blues champagne pongee and white and black sizes 5 12 to 7 12 every size in stock 200 quality for 85c a pair None fitted or exchanged REGULAR 2Sc LISLE HOSIERY FOR 17c PAIR 60 dozen Womens Black Sheer Gauze Lisle Hose full seamless regular length and double splicings sizes 812 to 10 25c Hose for 17c apair REGULAR 25c LISLE VESTS FOR 12 l2c EACH 100 dozen Womens White Lisle Thread Vests 2x2 and Richelieu ribbed low neck and sleeveless plain and lace yokes regular sizes 4 5 and 6 extra sizes 7 8 and 9 25e vests at this sale for 12 l2c LACE CURTAINS AND RUGS AT REDUCED PRICES CURTAIN DEPARTMENT 500 PairIrish Point Lace Curtains 13inch border N made on imported nets 50 inches wide 4 yards long or 60 inches wide 312 yards long Regular price 9 RUG DEPARTMENT 2000 Axminster Rugs size 9x12 exact reproduc tions of the Oriental designs with colors that look like the finest antique Turkish RugsltFormerly sold at 2500 Sale price 2000 STEWART DRY GOODS CO incorporated 1M CONNECTION WITH JAMES UcCREEBY fc CO NEW YORK New Albany will be united in mar riage at Holy Trinity church at 0 TheeRev Father Curran will perform the ceremony The attendants will be John Ernst and Frank Richards After a brief trip to Chicago Mr and Mrs Hingenberg Will begin housekeeping at West Fifth and Spring daugheter of Peter Richards and is a young lady of many charming graces Mr Ringcnberg is In the tinware business and is President of Unity Council Y M SHOWED FERVOR More Than Party Thousand In Church Parade at T Minneapolis The cornerstone of the MInnenpoli proCathedral was blessed last Sun day by Archbishop Ireland and ncarlj every priest In the Twin Cities as stated at the solemn ceremonies while 40000 men took part in tll street procession that preceded Ait least 100000 men women and chit dren thronged around the site of tho new edifice It was a notable even for Catholicity in the Northwest Minneapolis has not a Catholic population proportionately as large asI some other cities in the United States but the people are firm in the faith and have collected funds enough to guarantee the erection o one of the handsomest structures for divine worship In all this broad land The structure it is estimated will antisthe cost will be something ove 1000000 It will be built ot stone anti the interior will be finished i marble The best artists and sculptors to be had will lend a hand in the decorations IUSHOP ODWYERS VIEW The Right Rev Dr ODwycr Bishop of Limerick in a letter to his people thus sums up the attitude of the Irish hierarchy to the new university bill We do not quite like it but ought we to refuse it What the Bishops object to is that while n separate university is provided in Dublin for Catholics there is no guarantee that it will remain Catholic The scheme provides for the inclusion of two Bishops in the temporary senate but there is no guarantee that they will be con tinued or that their successors will be members of the same faith SYRACUSE SHOWS FIGURES The Right Rev Patrick A Ludden Bishop of Syracuse N Y has called a meeting of tine Council and per manent rectors of his diocese to sug gest candidates for the permanent DlshopLuddenyears ago and when ho assumed charge found forty parish churches twenty mission churches seventy population Syracuse has seventy parish churches thirtyfive mission churches 118 priests and a Catholic population of 149708 SLOW RUT SURE At present there arc nine Catholics representing English constituencies of Commons No greater number of Catholic members have been representing England since the days of Henry VIII and Ills al leged reformation CROKER FOR BRYAN Lewis Nixon the shipbuilder and largetoconventlonago He had been gone less than a contractsfor O Home Phone 5687 Cnmb Main 181 HENRY FUGHS FLORISTFu- neral Designs and for all occasions GREENHOUSES Charles and Texas Sts STOREHopkins Theatre Building N NNON N HN NNN N N N NN N NNONN N NNN powers lie visited Ireland and spent a whole lay with Richard Croker the former Democratic boss of New York Mr Nixon says the former head of Tammany is a great Bryan man but will not come to the United I States until after the Presidential election TWO ORDEItS CONFOUADEiD In noticing the Supreme conven tdies of the Catholic Knights and La i iiot nlng May 18 the Associated Pros dispatches confounded the Catholic Knights of America with the Cath sIolicI Knights and Ladies of America l As a consequence the daily papers nl over the country announced that th Catholic Knights had raised their P rates 20 per cent Instead it was tin l wilelordersI i are separate and distinct The C K of A have not raised their rates mattercomputatediUnited States MERITED PROMOTION Roy Meeks for some time Assist ant Superintendent of Carriers ait the local Postoffice has been mad Superintendent to succeed James A Steele who in turn succeeds II C Struss as auditor of the department Mr Meeks is popular with the car riers and with the public that have hud business dealings with him His o receiving many congratulations on his promotion Mr Steeles new of flee is a very important one and he will fill it as capably ns he did that of Superintendent of Carriers WORD IN TIME The people who are most vitally Interested In securing tavern licenses have been notified that unless their applications are presented in the Sinking Fund office on or prior to June 20 they will be given scant con sideration A raise of from 150 to 300 a year Is quite an increase and few people want to tie up that much i money for several months when they are In doubt about obtaining the license For those who do not apply before that date there Is trouble ahead HOPKINS THEATER Manager E W Dustin has certainly caught the popular sentiment with his motion pictures and ns n result Hopkins Theater has had good houses this week On two or three occasion i every seat was taken and some of the Ipectators had to stand The superior excellence of the films anti the expert handling of the lights have at tracted attention As long as Mr Dustin remains In charge the people of Louisville will make one or more trips to his playhouse every week WINS FIRST RACE Shamrock IV the new yacht with which Sir Thomas Lipton expects to win the Americas cup won her first race over an English course near Harwich last Friday Sir Thomas was well pleased with the result and ex pects to make another try for the Americas cup t c We Keep Your Garments Looking They Store OSTRICH FEATHERS GLOVES Cj8B88 DONT MISS IT 1 X BIG SALE NOW GOING ON 1 51OO9OOOOC S Stock of Mens and Boys Clothing and Odd Trousers 35c ON g THE DOLLAR Entire Output of Two Large Factories 1 Mens Suits 198 and up Young Mens Suits 148 and up 8 Mens Pants 63c and up Boys Pants 13c and up I MSMOSESCO53mZSsl Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters y8 ARTHUR J KINSELLA Manager ONE PRICE SAME iSO AIC PIANO STORE Do your friends and favor your acquaintances doesnt go In this store any more than the old worn out rule some stores claim riceBothsame 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 friendsbyfrIendsour customers 1 TEN1GRO = RIEtlM MUSIC CO Incorporated o 0s3egSO ToUI2TIx AVENUE o oececececeaMceo8MMc0MC I FRANKLIN BANK I CAPITAL 10000000 1 SURPLUS 1000000 yJOHN S WOODS President DR J C WILLIS Vice Pres I CashierI1 ON TIME DEPOSITS 6SAVINOS DEPARTMENT OPEN ON SATURDAYS UNTIL 9 P M KYII240 FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE sf t ITS SO GOODc EDINQER CO NTH AND MAGAZINE STS CALL FRB2VIIX22VX LXSr AONNNIONOOONON0001NNNONNOON OOIONOONN I ifi no need to stahl or varnish your Furniture hardwoods Plano Carrlate etc and beautyIton any color woods It cleans polishes and veneers and puts new life in your old furniture etc and makes them look like new and last many years longer M J As Left the ji I 1 Renews Carpets Portieres Woolens Clothes Dresses Etc reIIi postageAgents i i SUPERIOR FILTER AND SPECIALTY CO 518 THIRD ST- OONONONOOONN000OA000000000000000NOOOONOOOOOO i BANNON Pns Mgr ETC FOR Cleans and Rugs P BANNON JR VlcaPres16 Trees rl 11Sicralarr F Bannon Sewer Pipe Coi Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe laanons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condaits BrillFireGrate ClayChimney Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBIBPHOHB373 WORKS isthnHd Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and lotkT- 8LBPMONB 2833 K Vatttt r 1 T7 w T i 7 i 7 r KENTUOKV IRISH AME UOAN 111 NINAWEB PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS Improved and beautified and with every modern Attraction including restaurant theater dancing pavlllion roller coaster merry oround laughing gallery and many other novelties Societies and churches will find this the ideal place to hold their summer outings PARK ELECTRIOALLY ILLUMINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTH ST II II II II II tt 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 NNOONOON OONOOOOOOONNNONONONOOOOOOOON100 Y J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB I FUNERAL DIRECTORSII AND EMBALMERS i STREETShortI I ONOOONONOOONNNNNO NOOONOONOOOOOOON000000 H D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i4 +1 + + 11 F H t t H HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Ma3I1at Street THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST IN THE t IlliRX 7 CEfor quality onr Diamond Wall Plaster 1 li a winner Architects and builders indorse it at lacing the finest grade on the market Kentucky Wall Plaster Cory INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2237 Brook and River Louisville Kyt Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas tterPlant JefTereonville Ind Phone 555 HENRY HUNOLD DBALKR INS oStaple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM a IN CONNECTIONu n Old Whluklr a Specialty Mse pllpee 4 540 W WALNUT u Independent of All Undertakes KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY eMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and v Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones i IC B THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 032 FOURTH AVENUE Doth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed I MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E YENT Proprietor All the now Spring and Summer Styles nnd Shapes can be found here at reasonable pric- esIHERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TtUphani 1948 234 SIXTH STREET For the enormous sailor there now comes an equally enormous Veil with spotf he size of dinner TlMea 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A new division has been organized at St Marys La ceur county Minne sots The Milwaukee Ladies Auxiliary held n successful childrens night Monday at St Johns Cathedral Assembly Hall- Division 2 wil told its regular mooting next Fridaynight The Marching Club and other matters are 1o be exploited Chairman John 1itglbbon of Di vision 4s Entertainment Committee Is not ready to announce the date for his divisions entertainment The Ladles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday night and the committee on outing will report that it has engaged the White City for June 22 Division 7 of Syracuse is preparing to hold its annual outing and field day during June A gamine of Gaelic foot ball will be one of the main feat ures The our Cincinnati divisions will be prominent factors in the outing nt Chester Park to he held tuuler the auspices rtf the united Irish societies of the Queen City on Augustt 1C Next Thursday evening will be tin regular meeting night for Division 1 resident Patrick IV Sullivan wants every member present to imbibe en thusiasm for the moonlight excur sion President Mulloy and the members of Division 1 expect all the Falls Cit rlprescntedluesda formallylThe Ladies Auxiliary of Utica celebrated its fifth anniversary at its latest meeting and at time banquet that followed the musical and lit erary exercises covers were laid for sixty ladles requesting Division 1 next Tuesday night It Is hoped that all will be present to greet the many visitors and spend a pleasant and profitable clnlngIThe Paris division has adopted ap propriate resolutions on the death of P J McCarthy one of the orders most loyal members who died at Lexington May 21 The committee thnt drafted the resolutions was made tip of Rev Father Eugene DC Uruyn E M Costello and E II Gray OAKI OK TIIAXKS The Rev Father Martin OConnor wishes to return thanks through the columns of the Kentucky Irish Amer icon to the members of St Michaels Altar Society and other members of the parish for their generous dona tions of household furniture for St Michaels rectory and for a suit of clothes and cassock for himself FATTIER CJILLIGS WILL Time will of the 1 late liev Father John P Oilllg was admitted to probate in New Albany a few days ago Tin testator leaves his entire estate to the Itev Father Joseph Dieck inann of St Josephs church Clark county Ind The will is dated De cember 14 1SS5 Whatsoever funds accrue will be devoted to the advancement of the church in that diocese OfU SISTKIl CITVS GIHLS Jeffersonvllle will be well represented nt the performance of The Mikado at Macauleys Theater Monday night Misses Margaret Constantine Bertha leaser Nonie and Agnes Kenny Clementine Brooks and Irene Howard are among those who take part in the opera and all friends are coming to applaud their efforts AUXILIAUYS OUTING The Ladles Auxiliary A O II has arranged for an outing at White City on Monday June 22 The funds that accrue will be used III entertaining the delegates from other auxiliaries when they arrive to attend the State convention Miss Mary Corcoran Miss Fanny Kennedy and other mem hers of the committee that have the affair in charge expect the earnest t enItFOOD FOIL FANS Louisvilles base ball club arrived home Tuesday after a long trip on the road It hall a hard battle but lauded In second place Few ball teams ever won ns many victories as till Louisville boys did1 under the management of James Burke Today time club plays a double header at Toledo Monday they will return for n long stay and will cross bats with Clymers Columbus team Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday FKAXCIS CLUBS SUCCESS In the Shadow of the Rockies produced by the Francis Dramatic Club in its hall at Seventeenth and Southgate streets Monday and Tuesday nights was n success financially and dramatlcallw 1he hall was crowded on both nights and time audi ence was generous In Its applause It Is very probable that the members of the Francj Dramatic Club will be prevailed upon to give another per formanee in New Albany for tlio benefit of St Edwards Hospital FOXTAIXE FKKKV PARK Good weather brought bigcrowd time present week Time excellent vaudeville show the music the Tickler and all the other attractions came in for their respective snare of atten eveningTonyin himself and the place with Its green trees shady lanes and pleasant walks looks more natural with huh installed at the head of the culinary department Another excellent vaude ville bill is promised for next week COMMANDERY PICNIC St Edwards Comraandery KnightI 000N ILM N N N M N NNN NNNON NN N Home Phone 5687 Cumb Mel4481y I HENRY NJ6flSF- LORIST Funeral Designs and Flowers I for all occasionsG- REENHOUSESCharles and Texas Sts t STOREHopkins Theatre Building JUNEIs WEDDING INVITATIONSSee and prices- KENTUCKY IRISH- AMERICAN 335337 West Green Street Home Phone 916 cW n FOR t Furniture Of nil kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and Rugs Best qualities and low prices characterize our offerings We are pioneer dealers in WALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price Hubbuch Bros 5242628 W MARKET STREET GUT THIS OUT This Coupon Will Entitle You to a Cut Rate PriceO- N Confirmation AND OTHER PHOTOS A- TBECKMANNS POPULAR PRICE STUDIO 544 FOURTH AVE Home Phone 5050 Avenue Theatre Bldg of St John will give a picnic at ileiiwootl Park near Xew Albany on Monday June 1 Time comniamlery Is one of time largest and most popular organizations in Xew Albany and hundreds of friends from Jefferson vllle and Louisville will help swell the crowd SINGERS TO COME Louisville Germans ami Swiss have organized a society to make arrange ments for the proper entertainment of the singers who will visit this city during the Saengerfast to be held here In July or August Fred Mueller has been made Chairman and will soon announce tils committees It is expected that 1000 singers and many thousand visitors will attend the hp musical jubllep I C OUTING CLUB Members of the I C Outing Club will leave today for a week or ten days stay at their fishing camp at West All are expert fisher men and desire their friends to write them if they need fish because they are certain they will catch more than they will be able to eat The mem bers of the club are A W Gross Rob ert Klnberger William S Rider T N Stout E J King Fred De Long Heybaeh baits IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges There are at present 882 patients In the Monnghnn and Cavan Asylum William Mooney of Toome near Castleblaney died of lockjaw as the result of it railway accident John OConnor a farmer of the Lisdoonvarna neighborhood was found suffering from a gunshot wound He is unable to tell who shot him Miss Mary Coleman twentytwo years old was accidentally shot and instantly killed at Tronmour County SlIgo Miss Anna Caplice has been awarded 150 for breach of promise preferred against William Ernest SadliarDundalk residents mourn the dentin of Michel Green one of their oldest and most patriotic citizens He was a warm friend of ODonovan Jtossn Albert Murtagh a respected resident of Wnrrenpoint County Louth died recently His remains were slat to the family burying ground Coimington Xavnn for interment Miss Bridget Mary Ilourke and William Albert Taylor were married at Golden County Tippernry last week The bride is the daughter of Patrick Ilurke of Ardobreen and the groom Is a thrifty young business than Saints Michael and Victor church Monaghanhis parishlonersdedicated to divine worship in the diocese of Clogher At irnlla farm on the road to Loughrea between 200 mid 300 farm ers and forty police had an encounter while the former were engaged in cattlet driving The ponce were driven from time scene and one Head Con stable Murphy was severely Injured John McCourt eighteen years old shot Patrick Hrcnnan fifteen years olelnt Dundalk McCourt was walking on the streets with a young lady when lircnnan and other boys threw saysliewound was not serious The people of Louth and Monaghan mourn the deathof Patrick Oltourke proprietor of the Innis keen mills but who retired from active business several years ago Ills son Bernard Oltourke Chairman of the Cnrrickmncross Hoard of Guardians succeeded his father in the management of the mills Ills remain were interred in St Patricks cemetery Dundalk Mrs Mary Herlihy eightyfive years old mud her son John forty years old respected people of the Lettercannon district County Kerry were drowned in Glanlee river the mother and son walked to Kenmare n distance of twelve miles to hear mass and receive holy communion IEn route home the mother fell from the slippery stones into the river attemptingtoJohn McGrath of Clonmel and former Superintendent of Inland lievenue is dead in the age of seven tyfive In his younger days he achieved fame by frustrating the at imifrunous abduet1HssEngIlInll laud Itevcnue service and was retired on a pension ten years ago NEST IRISH CAXTATA The Voyage of Maeldune a dra ofIrelandof slxt trained quarteatOrchestra anhndieace huhinthe cantata humus been given In Dublin lastfewthe first presentation In America Time legend was translated into Englisi verse by the latH Alfred Tennyson and the imisie reflects the genius of the Irish composer Sir Charles Villiers Staralford The Chicago rendi tion held time audience pleased and spellbound SEMIS FOUR SCORE Cardinal Moran of Sidney Aims tralia was born September 17 1830 at Leohllnbridge County Kildare Ireland and Is therefore nearly eighty years old For t vent t111ee years lie has held the rank of Car dinal The venerable prelate is soon to make a visit to his native land and it is said may make a tour of the United States HINTS OX STYLE A popular sleeve device is to simu late the wide armhole by a band of material The latest In gloves is the long chamois whit the ibuttoned strap across the wrist Stripes are on everything stripes even lUre trimmed with stripes theret are striped cloth shoe uppers INSgCTSI Dissolve two pounds of alum in three quarts of water Let it remain over night until all alum is dissolved Then with a brush apply boiling hot to joints or crevices in the closet or shelves where croton bugs ants cockroaches etc intrude also joints and crevices of bedsteads as bedbugs can not live where this solution is applied CERTAINLY COMES HIGH It costs nearly as much to pay the salaries of time municipal servants of Now York City as it does to support the entire army of the United States The salaries amount close to 70000000 annually THE SHOE KEPT OUT In the fall time mice are pressing to get in time house Take cotton batten and fill with cayenne pepper Fill all the mouse holes with this and you Thisisframe houses 1 FRANK FEHR po tWINGCO1 Brewers and Bottlers l LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 1913TII WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BYtiti SENNACKERMANBREWING 1 INCORPORATEDii TELEPHONE 452 LozTIt3vILLID KY s ASK FO PALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7B68 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN 31 PRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICEII Out Blooms PlantsS PRICESI I andd Designs at RIGHT JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersoaville 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 MeRCY HOSPITAL I Sparks Avenue Jellersonvllle lad OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS OTOO 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will PleascYou We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Home Phone 1942 Cumb South 6- 28TflOSJKEflNEY CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra pricesSeepostclrdsHouseboldcleanlng prices I SIXTH AND OAK y- It 4 Office Hours Home Phone 9 to 4 6127 DR JL FRANK 8ULLIVAN- t DENTIST T739 FOURTH AVENUE Olve your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE i 112 W U roadway Louisville Kj Conducted by IheXaverlau Urothtrn Clauical ddeutiEc and Business Cour fttri ataloiv Jeo q partrncnt Large Swimming p xil Aell Equipped ivmnptlum Term Mnl rote tiro umn lilr hh L PETER M ANDRWI SONS NMAGON MMANUFACTURERf Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJII J PPOLSrU I DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wiring Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone sdra 528 FirbStreet WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVALJ Hot Lunch momfusfrolllto u W g N I t t J KENrUOKY IRISH A RIOAN THE BIG STORE FOR SUMMER ATTIRE Light weight Suits Straw Hats Negligee Shirts and Feather Weight Underwear All Kinds and AH Sizes THE BIG STORE 414 Fourth WestMerketsStBelweea sad Filth MILTONI M MARBLESTONE AGO t 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 E BRUNN9THE JEWELER x 530 West riarket Street I GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH EACH PURCHASE H rrd ICE TEA WEATHER The best drink In the world during the summer months is made from MUL LOYS TEA- SSPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc GCexcellent MULLOYCOFFEE tHraPhonlJJJ SZl14 VV 1kIAIiKE1 fIT1ZICEDI ifyj oo+ 1 VSSWM iI3 p fRANKLIN BANK I CAPITAL 10000000 1 SURPLUS 1000000 JOHN S WOODS President DR J C WILLIS Vice Pres S LOREN WILLIAMSON Vice Pres R C HEAD Cashier ij I We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest ON TIME DEPOSITS SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN ON SATURDAYS UNTIL V P M- J240 III KYIII FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE t 1 UNION ICE CREAM CO I1 Icarxufeaoturcrse ot Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets STREETf1 We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Curab Main 1429- yooooeeooeoooeooooeeoeeeoeeNOONOONNOeoeoooooeooo t I JOHN A PIAZZA II- r WALL PAPERING i e BSTIMATHS HURNISHBD CHKBRFUIIY AND FRESCOINGII QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Ibert T Schranz Co i REAL STATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MOIL Y TO LOANGUMP PHONE MAIN 27y Room I f law BjgM Center and Greene- M J BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN Prat Mgr Vice Prs Trtas Secretary ntacky Hel Erik Co INCORPORATED Mcara eafctoturrr aE- I VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512WIJetfIC1NSt Works MagmHi An M 8ft aid 10th k T LEIIHO1ES73jTELIEIIHON 1282 J o+s NW LOUISYILLE JOCKEY ClUB Spring I 23 DAYS RACING MAY 5 TO MAY 30 OAKS TODAY SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M SWEAT G1UEF Hastened Untimely End of Popular Louisville Dentist Grief over the death of his son Oliver hastened the death of Dr Ilober Emmet Galvin for twelve years ia member of the Louisville School Board Dr Galvin had been a res Ident of Louisville for nineteen years and as a practitioner of dentistry was widely known He had been suf fering from lung trouble since Christ mall and died at his home 1212a West Chestnut street Monday morn ing He died fortified by all the rites of the church and his funeral tool place from the Sacred Heart church Wednesday morning His wife for merly Miss Louise Hummel and one daughter Myra eleven years old survive him About two months ago his thirteen to pneumonia His father Had set great hopes in the boy and his early demise 60 unnerved the parent that he too sank to an untimely end Dr Galvin was born in Plattsburg N Y fortyone years ago At the age of twentytwo he removed to Louisville and in 1897 graduated from f the Louisville College of Dentistry He began at once to practice his pro fession and made rapid strides both professionally and politically He wns elected six successive terms as a member of the School Board front the Tenth ward and served one year as President of that body In addition to his wife and daughter Dr Calvin is survived by two sisters Mrs M A Fitzgerald and Mrs J B Harris both of Plattsburg and three brothers Dr John W Galvin of the Louisville School Board E C Gnlvin of Sara toga N Y and F n Calvin of Arnold Hill X Y- COUNTY BOARD Expects to Hold a Big Day at the White City July 4 The Jefferson County Board of the A O II met with Division 3 on Thursday night of last week with President John A Murphy presiding President Murphy explained that the meeting had been called to hear the report of the special committee ap pointed to secure funds for the en tertainment of the delegates to the SeptemberStnteun interested auditor and all of the divisions were well represented John M Mulloy President of Division 1 reported In behalf of the commit tee that a contract hud been closed for the White City on Saturday July 4 and the action of the committee was approved Many of the members expressed splendid suggestions in the way which the Fourth of July cele bration ought to be advertised John M Mulloy William u Con nelly Edward J Kieraii and Lawrence J Mackey were appointed members of a committee on advertising and publicity and were given a liberal field in which to net The Executive and the Printing Commit tees met immediately after the County Board and decided that the celebration on July 4 should partake of the nature of a picnic and field day MEETING CLOSES TODAY The thirtyfourth annual racing JockeyClubafternoon The feature of the day KentuckyOaksand some of the best in the country has been successful and the elite of Kentucky society has paid its re spects to the sport of kings Those Jortunelmean improvement over the game with bookmakers Horse racing is a sport peoplenrehill Downs HONORS FOR KNIGHTS The Indiana Knights of St John Shelbyvillelastweek offices St Edwards Commandery of New Albany fared more than ordinarily well Julius Miller w selected delegate to the Supreme con Rendlug reelected Grand Secretary an office twotermsFrank Ritz PILGRIM PRIEST The Rev Father D J McShane one of the most gifted priests in the diocese has gone to Europe to spend a well earned vacation iFor several years past Father McShane has been the chaplain at the Sacred Heart Academy Crescent Hill He will visit Rome and probably Ireland be fore ho returns INSPECTION TOURY SuperiorGeneralter Mary Edmund are roaklng a tour r t7 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls Oity Hall on First and luesdoyIPresident John M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas Livwler Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording SecThos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Tlios 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 Secretary J T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ G Hesslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergoantatArnis Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn II Hennessy LynchFinancial J Recording Secretary Frank P iJurkeTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermo- ttSergeantatArmsloan Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaua Hall President John Kenney Vice PresidentJohn lz Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Clins Robards SentinelTImothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernnrd Coyle Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana hanSecond Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecretaryThomnsDachman Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Other popular and new features ADMISSION FREE PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings with new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts GENUINE BOTTLED Bears this trade mark unl 8 s you find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For out- Ings orderand home use from CocaCola Bottling Works 100810 W Main St Beth Phones of all the schools and acedcmics of the order in the United States The headquarters of tune order are at Lor etto and Mother Praxfdes has forty seven schools to visit on her Itinerary The two nuns do not expect to re turn 1o the mother house in Marion county before July 1 WON CARDINALS PRIZE The Life and Character of George Culvert was the subject of an essay written by Julius Allgeier of the Christian Brothers College Ammen dale Md which won the prize of fered by Cardinal Gibbons The win goldrn- f Meeting KENTUCKY brightestbo dayMay greatlyimproved HUSHED THINGS The Members of Division 3 Made Way for Others On account of the meeting of the County Hoard Division 3 A O II transacted only such routine business as was absolutely necessary Thurs day night of last week President Patrick T Sullivan presided while the division was in session The In vitation to the dedication of Division ls new quarters was accepted ns was also an invitation to attend the entertainment to be given by Division 4 Michael llourigan was elected to membership President Sullivan requested all the members to attend the celebrations of Divisions 1 and 4 Con Kallaher mid William JHshoi who had been ill were reported well State President George J Butler John Rileyand Joseph Harman reported progress for the moonlight t excursion project on the steame Hiawatha June 15 They said tick ets were In great demand James Barry of Division J wa invited to make an address and I 9n response urged all to show their brotherly love by attending Dlvisio 1s celebration Thomas Keenan Sr former State President made an encouraging address John Daveri William ainrdiman anti Miclmc1 Dineen were Initiated Action on a communication from the Catholi Womans Club was deferred TWO SESSIONS Within Five Days Kept All Mackins Members Busy Mncldn Council Y Ml I line held two business meetings since the lot est issue of the Kentucky Irish Ame icon one Friday night of last wee and one Tuesday night of this week At both meetings many matters o routine were disposed of and th several performances of A Mile Prom Town came in for a great Ilea 1t 1 of favorable discussion 1residen Robert T Burke congratulated the members oii their splendid success Two new applications were re ceived and Robert Greenwells application for a transfer from Lebanon was favorably acted upon Joseph L Lenihan Second Grand Vice Press dent applied for a transfer from Sntolll to Mackin Council It was determined that the sixteen officer of Mackin Council would attend the performance of The Mikado under the auspices of the Catholic Woman nightTheCouncil reception committee reported that it had held a well attended anti enthusiastic SundayMackinare working zealously for the success of Y M I day June 10 at White requestedthatcharge of the dancing hall on Y M I day and John P Stewart lresl dent of the club will call a specia meeting fomake the necessary ar rangement SEASONS FIIIST IjAWN FETE The ladies of St Francis of Assissl congregation on the Bardstowr road have arranged to give a lawi fete next Tuesday and Wednesday evening Rev II J Rotheut pastor thelntlieqenjoyableHaantry The fresh air the sunlight the trees the green fields all Gods imitatewlilletopavements After the fresh air and willfurnish rsFrankchargeofClnraDischer beinconfectionery willbeevenEngwillbring nndthepass grounds every hour IIALFES CENTENNIAL Tomorrow night the IrishAmeri w1l1eelehrntethe thebirthcom WllllalnLudwig IsinprogrammeSelections theBohemian RochelleTheeral of arrangements HOUND FOR BLUEGRASS Lexington and will present A Mile From Town eveningThe theDluegrassearnest solicitation the young ladles clubdecided 0 y I REFRIGERATORS f Get ready for summer while you can get Refrig erators cheap We have just received a car toad of Refrigerators that will be offered for sale as low as 550 This is a great chance Take advantage of it OUR LEADER i Handsome well finished Oak Refrigerator galvanized lining double lid to save the ice easily cleaned 75pound capacity55Oi wool filler remov ICOLUMBIAI Prices 1250 to i THE OPALITE i We are agents for the celebrated Opalite Refrigerators the highest type of modern sanitary icepreserving refrigera tors Highly polished Oak vase sanitary shelves Neptune hair insulator 2500 to 5000 YOU CAN PAY CASH OR IN CONVENIENT PAYMENTS JAMES GREENE 45=2729 E Market Street BEST TERMS LOWEST ja0 NNNN NN + e 4 44 4 f H BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY I IITIS ALWAYS PUREII McKenna Distiller Fairfield KyWIWIH r NNNN10e e NeN NeN eNNe NN NNNN1 N i i LARGEST AND BESTj IN THE CITY COeI INCORPORATED HAND WORK A SPECIALTY aas J CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 1 iiOOODS 1188493732 SIXTH NEAR GREEN S44+++ +++ + + + 4 y Shorthand and TypewritingI Established Reliable System mos SPEWED President COMMERCIAL SCHOOL BidePUBLIC r ITurner HtrrU 4 Sptnccr LOUISVILLE KT OeNNN eNNNeeNNeN i Smiths Crony o Bottled In Bond i SMITHI DISTILLING j I COMPANY INCORPORATED j Mall orders at above prices given I prompt attention and safe shipmentI A A N 4 IIasm Being the Distiller I Can OIve You- rt Pure Whiskey at Low Prices f gallonfis tt tt tt j 300tt 10 t tt 400II 1 u n t14as 500u r W L SMITH327 W Market St Louisville Ky If goods not as represented return and money will be refunded TTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTYTT TTT Natural 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 OOAI TAR FOR SALE FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET 1J F SULLIVAN Manage- rS ADQiSAI2i iDI29 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cute of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all triads Also the Best and Fittest Lard in the dty We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISTILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY A U ft It rare WINES OHAKFAOX AL KOLEq845 West Green Street XJQUOKB maD j1 ut + as- a n