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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ww nnw r 1 S IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN T VOLUME XXNO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 13 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS aDEMOCRACY Gets Together at Grand Out Time Love Feast in t Lexington Unity Is the Watchword That Protects the Camp From Enemies Going Back to Original Lines Upon Which Party Was Founded PEOPLE TO ELECT CHAIRMEN As the Kentucky Irish American goes to press the Kentucky State democratic convention is in full blast at Lexington Thus far everything has been harmonious and un less all signs fail the assembly will close with the Kentucky Democracy more united and in better shape to fight the common enemy than at anytime in sixteen years Bcckham and antiBeckham men the followers of Blackburn and McCreary the sup porters of Wat Hardln and of Simon Bolivar Buckner the staunch friends of every leader from the Cumberland mountains to Desha creek are all together at an oldfashioned Democratic love feast The old factional leaders in Louis ville got together first They showed n good example to the rest of the State and the leaders from the other Congressional districts advantagesUnlted is the motto of Kentucky and has been since her admission ito tho t Union Now it is the motto of Kentucky Democracy When Attorney Aaron Kohn Col William B Haldeman and Col John II Whtllen agreed to sink their per sonal grievances and clasp hands for party weal their adherents followed suit What was the result Primary conventions in each of the Legisla diva districts of this city and county last Saturday and a fair and untrammeled expression of opinion from all There was no friction no discordant ndte If the voters disagreed on a question of policy the matter was quickly settled in the good old Democratic way of abiding by the will of the majority That is the only way + t n+ toInelcctlonsj The Democratic primary of Tune 0 and the Republican primaries of April 25 offer a strong contrast The Democrats had harmony freedom and fairness the Republicans had discord coercion despotism Those who were despoiled of their vote in the April primaries arc not anxious to boost the game of the bosses who graftManywill either vote the Democratic ticket this fall or else remain away pollsAsMonday the Bluegrass capital began to take on convention everyhotelwas filled and a number of the dele gates were quartered in college dor comparatively Wednesday night All were on the r tiptoe of expectancy until nt 2 oclock Thursday morning former Gov J C W Beckham announced that he had withdrawn from the race for temporary Chairman of the convention That cleared the atmosphere and the gettogether business was on in earnest The alert leaders had no difficulty then in mapping out a programme Congressman A Owsley Stanley of the Second district for temporary Chtirman Henry Prewitt of Mt Sterling for Chairman of the State Central and Executive Committees Rufus Van Sant of Ashland and Abner Rhea of Russellvillc mem bers from the Stateatlarge of those committees and six instead of four delegates from the Stateatlarge to the national convention at Denver Each of the six will be entitled to twothirds of a vote The big sfx selected by the lenders arc former Senator McCrenry former Gov Beckhnm Col William B Haldeman of Louisville Senator Paynter Congressman Ollie James and J C C MayoThe platform Is to be broad enough for any Democrat to stand upon It denounces monoplies and centraliza tion of power and indorses the can didacy of William Jennings Bryan for President of the United States The platform also provides for a much needed change In the party rules in this Stn lthat is the elec tion df precinct committeemen in cities b3 direct vote of the people In diteftd of their appointment by District Chairman In other words It Is go N Ing back to the plain old Democratic doctrine that the will of the majority must rule BISHOP SPALTHNG RESTS Time Right Rev John Lancaster Spalding Bishop of Peoria Is visiting his sisters Miss Kate Spalding and Mrs Annie E Putnam near Leb anon in Marlon county The1 Bishops health Is much improved to the great delight of hjs many friends n oKentucky WILL VISIT QUEBEC The people of Quebec are prepar ing to celebrate the three hundredth t anniversary of the founding of that city and George Wolfe a kinsman bf Gen Wolfe the hero of the famous battle of Quebec will be one of the guests of honor Mr Wolfe owns a large estate in the Coun- tyI1Xlldre Ireland and is a lineal de seendant of Theobald Wolfer form e y f whom Theobald Wolfe Tone was named He is also the nearest liv ing relative of Arthur Wolfe who as Lord Kllwarden and Lord Chief Justice of Ireland made the famous protest in Wolfe Tones case against the overriding of the decisions of civil courts by arbitrary military tribunals in 1803 Mr Wolfe is worthy of his ancestral line anti is in sympathy with home rule ideas TRINITY SUNDAY Great Mystery of Triune God Will Be Celebrated TomorrowII1 Since the year 1334 A D the entire Catholic church has observed the feast of Trinity Sunday one week after Pentecost Previous to that time the feast had been observed in various countries at divers times but in that year Pope John XXII ordered its gcnertl observance at one particular time The mystery of the Holy Trinity consists in tills that God being in dividually and numerically one ex ists in three persons or in other words that the divine essence which is one and the same in the strictest arid most absolute sense exists in three persons really distinct from each other and yet each really identical with the same divine es sence The Father Is unbegotten the Son begotten and thc lloly Ghost proceeds from the Father and Son Each person is really distinct from the other each is the true eternal God and yet there is only one God It is to honor each of these three persons of the triune God that the church has set aside one Sunday in each year and to call more par ticular attention to the feast it is made the last tiny for Catholics to comply with the injunction to receive the sacraments of penance and the Holy Eucharist during Eastertide There are comparatively few Catholics who wait until such a late day to comply with their annual obligatory duties but ns there are always a few who overlook the matter jot is not amiss to remind them that tomorrow will lIe Trinity Sunday QUITE BUSY Are Roman Correspond ents of the American Press American correspondents in Rome are very busy just now making Car llnals for Pope Pius X although the jonsistory that was to have been hi eltlet h isam 0fl tIIhitSheenpostponetr until the close of the year AIIO miles this week brought the nn loiincemcnt that Monsignor Dlomcde ialconlo Papal Delegate to the United States was sure to get the red lint at the next consistory The information Is not strange if true because Monsignor Fnlconio inns had a number of delicate questions to handle and has acquitted himself admirably Both Monsignors Satolll and Mnrtlnclli were made Cardinals after having served as Papal Dele gates nt Washington and it is more than likely that Monsignor Falconio will get his reward when the time comesIt said that His Holiness has practically decided to send Monsignor Pellegrino Stagni Archbishop of Aquila as successor to Monsignor Fnlconio He is a member of the Servite order and speaks English fluently Before being made Bishop of Aquila he was General of the Servites and visitedI the houses of his order in the United States BOSTON WAITS Catholic Federation Will Hold Convention at the Hub Boston is preparing to entertain the delegates to the seventh national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies on August 0 to 12 His Grace Archbishop OCon nell heads the committee in charge of the arrangements Nearly every Catholic society in the archdiocese has become affiliated with the Fed eration so that the visiting delegates will be greeted bya solidly federated set of Catholic hosts Time convention will meet on Sunday August 0 and Archbishop OCon nell will preach the sermon in the Boston Cathedral The business ses sions will be held in Symphony Hall There will be mass meetings on Sunday and Tuesday nights and on each night the principal speakers will be Arcnbishop OConnell and Bishop Me Paul The visitors will be given many side trips and shown every at tention while the convention is in progress CENTENARIANS Several remarkable instances of longevity have been recorded in the Irish newspapers of late Of vigorou- oil age Thomas Kelly qf Bally gawley County Tyrone is a splendid example Although he is over 107 with the assistance of ids seventy yearold son he tills a mountal farm of seventyfour acres Last autumn ho walked five miles to visit a neighbor a woman who is two years his junior and at the last election he walked eight miles tc record his vote TIlE SIIERIDANS Two Sherldans are on the roll 01l the army of the United States Michael V Sheridan a brother off Gen Philip II Sheridan of illus hrious memory and Philip Henrj Sheridan Jr The former is on thE retired list as a Brigadier General Little Phils son and namesake 1 a II Lieutenant of the Fifth cavalry II 4 a STILLED For Eternity Is the Voice nod Pen of Col John P- Fincrty Veteran Journalist nntl Publican sins Htul a Great Career Told Story on Himself When He Served ns a Cub Reporter HAD FINE ORATORICAL ABILITY It was with great regret that the IrishAmericans of Louisville learned of the death of Col John F Finerty editor of the Irish Citizen which oc curred Wednesday at his home in Chicago He was sixtytwo years of age and is survived by a wife and two children John F Finerty Jr n lawyer anti Miss Vera n senior in the Chicago University For the past six months Col Finerty had been in failing health and for some time past little hope was entertained for his recovery Col Finerty had been one of the most aggressive IrishAmerican writers of the lust twentyfive years He had been prominently identified with both Irish and American poli tics and long before he entered the field of IrishAmerican journalism was recognized as a writer of force ful English He had as an American journalist a graphic style peculiarly his own Col Finerty was born in Ireland and received his education there When quite a youth he came to Amer ica In the early seventies he was a reporter on Chicago newspapers His energy and ability won him pro motion and added impetus to his nat ural ambition In the war against the Indians in 7475 Finerty was the correspondent of the old Chicago limes He not only marched with the soldiers but he ate drank slept and fought with them He was recog nized in journalistic circles as the ablest of the newspaper correspond ents then with the United States army in the West Later he entered politics and was elected to Congress from Chicago He gas active In Irish and Catholic sbctctle1rnnd Krasregarded 1811111 litical power He is more that six feet tall broad shouldered and has a rich mellow musical brogue Had he remained In Congress until the present time he would have divided the oratorical honors of the whole United States with Hon Bourke Cochran of Now York His first em ployer in Chicago journalism was Wilbur F Storey a pioneer journal ist of the West Mr Storey said Mr Finnerty in discussing old times with a party of friends recently was a very stern man and quick tempered Everybody stood in awe of him around the office and a summons to the old mans den generally meant a bounce or serious trouble for the unfortunate recipient One of air Storeys peculiarities was never to take a man back who had had the nerve to resign from the Times He would fire a man In a rage and hire him again the next day but let a man once resign and that ended him so far as getting work on that paper was concerned that was the ono unptrdonable sin in tre old mans eyes I once had the honor of being fired by Mr Storey and reengaged inside of five minutes This is how Is happened One Saturday night as I was leaving the office the city edit or called me to his desk and gave me a Sunday night assignment to report the sermon of a distinguished Xew York preacher who was in Chicago i on a visit Sunday was my day off but of course we were all subject to extra calls like this one although I didnt relish it a bit I can tell you The next afternoon some friends dropped around to my room and pres ently a small game of cards was started I became so interested In the game that I forgot all about my aslgument until nearly 9 oclock I fastened around to the church only to find the doors closed I did not know where the visiting minister was stop ping so all I could do was to go the once and write a report of the ser mon I had known of the divine as a strong Catholic so In the sermon I wrote for him I lambasted the Protestants vigorously The next morning I discovered from the other papers to my horror that my man had changed his religion and become a Protestant so of course my sermon did not hit the mark I had a premonition of trouble on my way down to the once and sure enough I had hardly gotten inside the door when the city editor said to me with a diabolical grin John tho old Hoswants to see you at once I made my way to the old mans sanctum with fear and trembling When I opened the door I saw a clerical look ing gentleman sitting near Mr Stor eys desk and I realized that my goose was cooked Mr Finnerty said Mr Storey in his severest tone did you write the report of Mr Timesothis morning I had to plead guilty and I frank ly told him just how It happened I km very sorry sir I said and bow Ing to tho minister I also beg hIs reverences pardon I was not aware that he had changed his religion That will do sir said the old man curtly You are discharged At that the minister began to In tercede for me He hoped Mr Storey s would not do anything so harsh as that He had not thought of any o S1q I Y thing so drastic It was but a small matter anyway Mr Storey was adamant No ho could not think of keeping a reporter on the Times who would do such a thing so the preacher departed feel ing quite badly over getting a poor unfortunate out of his job He had hardly gotten out of the building however before Mr Storey sent for the city editorsI discharged Mr Finnerty a few minutes ago he said but you are authorized to reengage him Tell him not to let It occur again t RISING VOTE From Division 4 For the County Boards Present Rain Interfered somewhat with the meeting of Division 4tA O H last Monday night but still the attend ance was very fair President John H Hennessy presided and in the absence of Frank P Burke William P SecretaryIMichael Collins was obligated John Flynn was reported as still on the sick list and John Callahan was re ported recovered An Invitation to attend the picnic to bo given by the Ladles Auxiliary at White City on Monday June 22 was received and acceptedDivision 3 also forwarded an invi tation to attend its moonlight excur sion on the Hiawatha next Monday night Members of Division 4 can purchase tickets fromiJohn J Barry of the Kentucky Irish American Messrs William P McDonogh Stephen J McElliott and John Fitz gibbon were appointed to represent Division 4 in making further arrange ments for the picnic to be given at White City on July 4 under the aus pices of the County Board County President John A Murphy appealed to the members to give their hearty support to this enterprise because whatever funds accrue will be used in defraying the expenses of enter taining the visiting delegates to the State convention which will as semble in Louisville on the second Tuesday in September Officer Pat Kenealey who had not attended a meeting for quito a while was given a warm welcome and made a few remarks In response Dr Charles Edelen also made a brief ad dress Before the meeting ad journed the members tendered the County Board a rising vote of thanks for the parlor organ so generously donated During they evening several legal points developed All were fully discussed and referred to a spe cial committee of three for final rec ommendations LHONORS roil LOUISVILLE GIKL The commencement exercises at the Lrsuline Convent at St Martins Brown county Ohio passed off with brilliant success on the afternoon of Tuesday June 0 presided over in his usual impressive style by Most Itev Archbishop Moeller and attended by a large concourse of invited guests The five graduates were Miss Katherine Krcbs of Lake Charles La Miss Amelia Brutsche of Newport Ky Miss Margaret Love of Fayette vine Ohio Miss Ethel Closternmn and Miss Lucille Carroll of Cincin nati Special honors in music were conferred on Miss Genevieve Haekett daughter of Mr Junes L llackett of Louisville Ky Brown County Convent is affiliated with the Ohio State University anti this years scholastic work as represented in the closing exercises showed a high standard of excellence in that old and venerated institution Mrs Fulton Mandeville and Messrs Law rence and Bernard llackett of Louis closingferclses HUSH FORESTS DENUDED An investigation is being mad into the timber resources of Ireland Irish hillsides were once well wooded but Ireland is now the poorest coun try in Europe Its forests were cut down and sold to Irish and English timber merchants and only now is the country realizing the extent of the evil There are yet many indus tries in Ireland connected with wood work but as the supply of raw material is disappearing the manu facturers are compelled either to go out of business or adopt the ex pensive method of buying foreign material Parliamentary subsidy for reforesting the country is under consideration and it is hoped that some speedy and practical help will be given ACHIEVED SUCCESS The military euchre and dance given under the auspices of the two companies of the Uniform Rank C K of A at Phoenix Hill Park Tues day night was a great success Members of every branch of the order in and around the Falls cities helped to swell the crowd While those who cared for euchre were engaged on the esplanade the younger element enjoyed tho dance in the large hall So thoroughly were both sets enjoying themselves that It was decided to abandon the proposed drill although the members of both companies were presetnt in full uniform Quite a number of handsome prizes were dis tributed at the close of the euchre PARLEY LANGDON The elite of Paducah attended the Church of St Francis de Sales in that city Wednesday to witness the ceremony that made Miss Endora Farley Mrs James C Langdon The Rev Father Jansen performed the ceremony After a wedding break fast at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Langdon left for a hon ermoon trip to Michigan They will make their home In St Louis The bride Is the daughter of Capt Ed Farley Kentuckys State Treasurer and has been much admired In Kentucky social circles dr EXPLORERS The Early Irish Sailors Hail Large Vessels of Their Own Sonic Facts From History Show That They Made Trips Abroad St Brendan Visited the Land of Flowers and Intense Heat HE SAW FRIGHTFUL VOLCANOES Many of our latter day historians leave one under the impression that Ireland had no ships of any size pre vious to the Norman Invasion but if one goes a little deeper into the wells of Irish history he will find that the contrary is true A writer in the Southern Cross an Irish Cath olic journal published in the Argen tine Confederation South America quoting an old Irish record says The Milesians came to Ireland in thirty ships with fifty soldiers in each besides their wives and at tendants Labradth who was mon arch of Ireland eighteen years from A M 3048 to A MI 3GCO was sur named Loingseach that of the ships because he caused to be built many great ships King Criomthan invaded Gaul A D 329 as did also his successor Nial of the nine hostages and Dathy who was killed by lightning in Helvetia surely these Kings with their armies did not walk neither did they go ju caravans We also read of a naval engagement in Dundalk harbor A D 954 between the Irish tad Danes The old sagas tells us of expedi tions fitted out to explore the Western ocean Most of the explor ers never returned It is now well known that the Irish discovered Ice land and the Faroe Islands at least n century before the Danes The Lnndnamabak which gives the history und settlements of the early inhabitants of Iceland one would almost Imagine It was Ireland malls frequent mention of the names of Kormack Njnl NIall Kjlu val Carroll Meldun etc etc and Dlciiil the Irish geographer whowrote A D825 says It in now about thirty years since 1 was told by some Irish ecclesiastics wIll had dwelt in Iceland Irom February to August that the sun scarcely ever sets there in summer but always leaves even at midnight light enough to do ones ordinary business And in speaking of the Faroe Isles Dicuil says A certain trustworthy monk told me that he reached one of them by sailing fort vo summer days and one night In these Islands for almost a hundred years there dwelt hermits who sailed from our own Ireland but now they are once more deserted as they were in the beginning on account of tin ravages of the Xorso pirates We are told that St Brendan pre pared three vessels with thirty men in each sore clerics some laymen and with these he sailed to seek the Western Land over the wavevoice of the strongmailed sea and over the storm of the greensided waves where they beheld abundance of the great sea whales und they found beautiful marvelous islands After some time Brendan returned home where his people brought him treasures and grafts as if they were giving them to Cod- Brendans foster mother St Ita now advised him to find out more about those marvelous islands and counselled him tq sail in a wooden ship so Brendan built himself a great marvelous vessel dis tinguished and huge He first sailed to Arnn to consort with St Edna but after a month he heaved anchor and sailed once more into the West He passed icebergs visited islands on which were talking birds par rots arrived in a warm climate off Islands from which floated a delicious perfume of flowers sailed in a very clear water in which the fish might be seen swimming at a very great depth saw frightful volcanoes visited islands where white people lived who spoke Gaelic and In fine reached a great land with a mighty river flowing to the west The land Is described as radiant famous lovable a land odorous flowersmooth unmournful Time great ocean tempted the adventurous spirit of the Gael and when they dis covered Iceland and the Faroes they certainly did not stop there St Brendan saw frightful volcanoes and n warm climate might that not be Mount Pelee in Martinique or some other volcano in the West Indies He visited islands where a white peo ple who spoke the Gaelic language showing that previous navigators had been there before him The Inca says Men might possibly be carried westward by wind and the equatorial current from more southerly latitudes Of course they might It is strange to note that the Western Land was called Ily Brazil called perhaps after the King of Brazil who in very remote ages went to discover the Western land but never returned Did the present Brazil take its name from that tradi tionConsidering that Fergll who be came Archbishop of Salsburg and died In 785 taught the sphericity of the earth and the doctrine of the an tipodes a truth which says Dr Hyde seems to have been familiar to Decuil would it not be strange if the Irish had made no attempt to discover the land in the Golden West Perhaps when more of the old manuscripts in the Royal Acad C Q hi r ti I envy are translated we may learn earlyIrishFOUND SISTER One Irish Boy Realizes the Benefits of Spldndid Society ImmlgrnlltIrishministrations of the St Vincent do Paul Society in New York William is sixteen years old and three weeks joinhispreil1lsl had given in Phlltdelphiu only to BrooklynN iam enough money to reach New York but in nil that vast city no one OarveyHoburg bridge to Brooklyn There a policeman found the disconsolate youth in tears A Magistrate sent the boy to the officers of the St Vincent do Paul Society Several days elapsed but there seemed to be no trace of Sadie Last Friday he Theyboardedonly a few blocks when the boy with a cry of joy rushed forward and threw himself into time arms of a handsome young woman his lost sister The girl mugged her brother hysterically and both wept In fact there were few dry eyes in the street car Both sister and brother were profuse in their thanks to Father Blake and to the St Vincent de Paul Society for their care of William COOL BREEZES Will Be One of Pleasant Features of Moonlight Excursion Those who like to enjoy cool breezes these leafy nights in June will find something to their liking in the moonlight excursion to be given by Division 3 A O H next Monday night The steamer Hiawatha has been chartered for the evening and will leave the foot of Fourth street at 8 oclock sharp En route up the river the boat will stop at the Jeffer sonville wharf to take on the friends of the order from that city The Hiawatha will have an ex cellent union orchestra aboard and will proceed up the river for some llsfanco but will return In time to land all its passengers at the foot of Fourth street in Louisville about 11 oclocl An abundance of refresh ments will be aboard the boat and time occasion promises to be an enjoyable one for all concerned Tho Idea of Division 3s members Is not to make money but to promote a good feeling among members and friends of the order in general and to that end the tickets have beck placed on sale for the small sum of twentyflvo cents The committee in charge of the arrangements is made upof State President George J Butler John Riley and John Karman They have left nothing undone to make the ex cursion enjoyable in every particul- arPOSTPONED Mackin Council Delays Its Invitation For Several Months MacKin Council had a splendid nt tendance Tuesday night because nn initiation had been scheduled but President Robert Burke and the other officers deemed it advisable to postpone that function until the next session of the bupreme Coun cil when it is thought Mackin will present 100 candidates Four new members were obligated Owing to the fact that Tuesday will be Y M I day at the White City Mackin will hold its next meeting Wednesday night John bland who has been on the sick list was reported well President Burke again formally announced that Mackin would elect its delegates to the Grand Council on June 23 nnd urged a full attendance of the members on that even ing The election of delegates is very Important but Mackin can be depended upon to select the proper representatives The committee rep resenting the council in arranging for Y M I day at the White City reported that the affair lead been well advertised and that next Tuesday would bring a record breaking crowd to that popular resort CATHOLIC EDUCATORS The Catholic Educational Association of the United States will hold its fifth annual meeting at Cincinnati on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday July 7 8 and 0 Arch bishop Moeller In whose nrchepisco pal city time meeting is to be held has with the committee appointed by him made every preparation tb in sure a welcome for nil who will at tend the meeting Archbishop Moeller and the Right Rev D J OConnell D D on behalf of the Catholic Educational Association ex tend a cordial invitation to all who are Interested in Catholic educational work to attend the meeting The sessions of the convention will be open to the public NEARING COMPLETION Although no definite date has been set it is believed that the new State Capitol at Frankfort will be ready for dedication within the next few weeks Contracts for the furnishI- ngS will bd let about July 1 The work of lay nA the marble floors is now under HVft latwl HOMEWARD Bound Aboard the Campania- Is the Primate of All Ireland Strange Scene at Pier When Cardinal Logup Was Embarking Deeply Impressed With Country and Its Individual CitizensA- CCOMPANIED DOWN THE BAY The steamer Glen carrying several hundred Irish Americans escorted the big Cunard liner Campania down the bay last Saturday when Cardinal Michael Logue sailed for home after a visit of six weeks in America The Cardinal his private secretary Father Michael Quinn and Bishop Brown of Cloyne were taken to the pier in nn automobile As soon as the Cardinal arrived several hundred Catholics surrounded the party and begged for a last blessing from the Irish Primate Time people were formed In line and passed before the aged dignitary of the church and each knelt and kissed his episcopal ring Among those in line was Jus tice McKenna ot the United States Supreme Court and his daughter Mrs Pitts Duffield Mrs Duffield nul her husband are going for a tour of Europe and sailed on the vessel with Cardinal ague Before the vessel Lacked into the stream Car dinal Logue lad n few words to say to all Americans I do not believe with some oth ers he said that the world as a whole is retrogressing but I do be lieve it is getting better This does not include uncivilized peoples but the enlightened world and means that Cristinnity is progressing and ry not falling into forgetfulness Of course there are countries where progress with the Christian faith 1s slow and there are others where tho Catholic church is not advancing ns 1 might wish There are a few nom inal Catholics in France but they do not count for much in speaking of the progress of the church as a whole body I have been deeply impressed with this wonderful country and its indi vidual citizens Particularly was 1 impressed with the vigor of your President whom I had the pleasure of meeting in Washington There is one other thing in which the United States is fortunate rind that is In much of its immigration From Ire land you are drawing the bone and sinew ot the land and those are tho men who make good citizens worthy of any country They are the men who upbuild and do not tear down and this country is lucky in getting that sort of material to develop its vast resources Everywhere I have looked while here has been beautiful The Mill tary Academy at West Point is one of the most lovely spots on earth mil the Hudson river seems to be unsurpassable in its majestic beauty Our own Shannon is a fine stream but it can not compare with the Hud sonI wish I might say I can conic back some day but I am an old man and you are too bustling for me LOO energetic by far and I could not stand that sort of thing as a steady Y3thewould not venture to preach to a 4 people who are better than myself departingfront s prosperity I have witnessed here nid lastingIlllprCardinal Laguc had not time to see a great deal of the United States but he has hud a kindly welcome werever he went and hind a kind word for all who welcomed him He bears home a lasting im pression of his visit to the United longtimepiety and fervor of the Irish Catholics in America All Aiiivrka joJnwH in wishing him a safe journey home MAJOR BLOEJIERS LUCK All that section of Louisville known California sat up and took notice Tuesday afternoon when it became known that Major H J Bloemer was the father of twin rajorthanksinterest in the mother and little ThefondtragedianInand commanding n battalion of time Knights of St John believes he is able to walk with any twins that were ever born It is a safe bet that 1618 Kentucky street will be dccoratJ ed and will be the scene of fire works display on or before July 4 when the babies can see them LANDS NICE PLACE Robert Emmet Dundon untilashort time ago one of the most versatile writers on time Times edi torial staff has relinquished that position to assume time management of the publicity department of time National Model License League He will maintain his suite of offices in the Commercial Building Mr Dun don is popular with all classes aijj agenthla 1 I t KENTUOKY ZRISfI ANYERIOAllT KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devuted to the Social and Moral Advancememeat Irish Americans and Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers 5UBSCKIPTION tRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COpy 5C Entered it the LouUvllle Postotflce es Secwnd Class netter AddreseaII Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Wcstt Oren St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 13 1908 WilY IS THIS ALLOWED r Since when has Shawnee lark been turned o rto the exclusive use of the colored population It is Olle of the most beautiful of Louisville chain of parks and directly overlook the uiilo river ai is vuiiteuicuii to several lines of street cars and for years has been a boon to inothei who wanted to give their sick babk au airing or tired children an outiilj All Is changed this year White pee pie at Shawnee Park have no shut at all Negroes take possession of the benches and swings and if u white child or mother dare sit on a bench or enter a swing they are In suited Appeals to the park police men have brought no relief 1hI8 can be vouched for by the bcst people in Louisville hark Couuni r stoners should see that title negrot keep their place instead of controlling any of the parks JilTS TUB NAIL In handling the liquor question and just now everybody in Amerce seems bent on handling it Georg Harvey editor of Harpers Weekly rears to have hit the nail on the head Ole says in part The rum question is important but not nearly 60 vital as many pei pie think The true way to settle it is not to make the rum bad or even excessively scarce but to male tho man good That is the Christian way and the only way that Is per f manently satisfactory That was the method pursued by St Patrick and Father Matthew in driving tIle snakes out of Ireland and it cannot be beaten Legislation if wise win do something however ant should be made to do what it can Editor Harvey also took a fall out of the Methodists very recently At the recent General Conference of the Methodists Mishap Xecly charge the Catholic church with mingling in politics lie said its influence wns fc4iliv State and municipal govern ments and at Washington In cow menting upon Itlshop Xeelys utter nnces Editor Ilnrvey says No doubt no doubt hilt it wouli not be hard to get testimonials tha the influence of Bishop Kcely church is also felt at Washington Who fights the army canteen Who makes Congressmen nfrnili l to pom home without having driven beer out of the Soldiers homes Who tool notice when Mr Fairbanks dram the cocktail The Methodist church is very influential in our politics There are six and one half million Methodists in the country over five million Baptists and eleven or I twelve million semen Catholics All ithree of these large churches are bound to be influential and tit Methodists certainly are Just what distinction Bishop Ncely would malt between Methodist political notivlt and Catholic activity we dont know It is conceivable that in some mat ters the two influences supplement one another to the profit of the community and that in other matters they temper one another also to the profit of the community CHURCH AND STATE All Arc the anticlerical leaders in l Prance accomplishing what they set- out to do Are they killing the Catholic church in that land for centuries known as the eldest daughter of the church It would seem not The priests and members of the hierarchy of France seem to have profited by the experience ot their brethren in the United States Tfe church in this country gets no aid from the Government and yet its growth has been more rapid that in any other country in the world It is frequently charged by minis tern of disserraStog creeds that the material success of the Catholic church was brought about through Government aid That can certainly have no foundation in fact as far as the United States is concerned It is also contended by some that the Caithollc church unnecessarily burdens its members with the con struction of great churches and in stitutions But the United States census reports show that there are fewer Catholic churches in this coun try In proportion to the Catholic ijopulation than there are of any other denomination and that there are more Catholic charitable institutions in proportion All of this is done Without Government or State aid It is lone by voluntary contribution and where occasionally a wealthy Catholic will give largely to the erec tion of a church ora hospital or n orphan asylum but the vast sum com ii from the nickels and dimes f wprking girle and working men hey srivei voluntarily They know re giving in a good cause that u they are laying up treasures 1in heaven They realize that the Cath olio church builds for the future It has no fear that the churches she builds will not continue to Increase their membership One nationality may succeed another in a parish or families may remove but the parish remains though it stay be necessary occasionally to remove the site to another pant of the parish If the French clergy will stick to the Amer icnn plan they will triumph eves though they have been despoiled by the 1Tcnch Government IRISH UNIVERSITY HILL The Irish University bill as iIt stands is by no means what the pec pie of Ireland watt but the con census of opinion seems to be thin malt a loaf is better than no bread if the worst comes to the worst IiIt will doubtless be accepted and another hope long deferred will be dc ferrcd again The editor of the Dun dalk Democrat who is thoroughl familiar with the situation declares There is no promise of n gran adequate to the needs of a real Irish university Time great blot on the measure the want of n residentir I college for students seems err likely to be removed The idea ot I I the framers of the bill Is to let the students dwell as scattered units iti- the city of Dublin exposed to the dangers so very likely to work nils chief in the case of countrybre i youths let loose in the city with no substitute for parental control tinder existing circumstances a cleve young man may take his degree b private study either at home or In sonic qf the excellent Irish Catholi colleges such as St Marys Of Dun dalk or the seminary nt Monaghan Under Mr Blrrells bill that opportunity is apparently to be taken Iron him As the hill stands it is n doubtful benefit though whether it shouli he accepted as a half measure or ai installment is n matter for eon jder ation We do not like half measurer Ilf for no other reason than time dif ficulty of turning them into wholi ones Bryan and raft will be the re spccitjve standard bearers for the Democratic and Republican parties I 111111Imany questions of public policy ore widely at variance No doubt each will be nominated on the first ballot perhaps by acclamation The main interest in the two conventions now centers upon the candidates for second place- LouisvilleI residents have no occa sion tto sonic relief from a sultry climate this year The days have been just warm enough and no night hits been hot enough to do without I covers Kentuckys metropolis is looming up as an ideal health resort trod one can find the climate of the mountains and seashore combined as well as lots of amusement Why not advertise the city as nn ideal sum mer resort Tomorrow will be Trinity Sunday and consequently the final day for Catholics who have not hitherto availed themselves of the privilege to matte their Easter duties Those who have been negligent in this regard ought to seep the tribunal of confession this afternoon or evening ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY Hon Herman D Newcomb an nounces his candidacy for the Demo cratic nomination for Congress from this district In another column As a lawyer a citizen and a legislator Mr sowcomb has proven himself worthy of every trust the voters of Louis rllle can repose In him If he is nominated ho has a following that will elect him But he is a Democrat and will yield to the will of the majority in case the voters choose another candidate In the event of- his election Robert T Burke a well known young attorney and Presl lent of Mackiu Council will accom any Mr Newcomb to Washington- D C as his private secretary LAWN FETE The Rev Father Francis Felten astor of St Augustines church Fourteenth and Broadway has arranged to give a lawn fete and ice ream social on the church grounds on the evenings of Monday and Tuesday July 13 and 14 Tickets of admission will be only fifteen cents and aU who attend are assured some real enjoyment CLOSE OF YEAR nhletydixthIses Thursday and quite a number pf Louisville people were on hand to witness the various numbers Miss Inry Ryan of Russell fle President pf the Alumnae Society presided ver a very largelyattflnded meetingu Of that Hotly n 9 Our Work Is The TALK OF THE TOWN QUALITY I IS OUR MOTTO GIVE US A TRIAL SOCIETY i Mrs J Kennedy of Fourth and 11 streets has been visiting friends fIn EHznbethtown Mrs J II Welch of South Louis tulle spent the pnst week with friends in Cincinnati Miss Lizzie Tracey of Winchester has returned home after iv plcasai visit to friends in this city Mrs Fred Grunwald and children of Portland left Saturday for Jasper Ind to visit her brother John LowryMiss Cormcl Mahoney has returned from New Haven where she was n guest of her sister Mrs Josep lottInger Miss Tosuphiiie Shelley of 2405 Sec ond street has as her guest ills Margaret Murphy of Walnut Hill Cincinnati Miss May Hourigan leas returni from a three months visit to her aunt Mrs William Francis of Ash ville N C- lntrick OMnlley and family of Nineteenth and Portland avenue lire rejoicing over the arrival of twins a ooyanti girl Mr and Mrs T J Monyhan iof Teffersonvlllc nra visiting their daughter Mrs T J Llndemnn of Birmingham Ala Miss Louise Shelley has as her guests MisSes Curry Xugenlt ancI Lena Bnrboe two interesting young ladies of Lexington iiss Snllie Hanley of 1210 West Kentucky street who has been vlIs Itlng Mrs H C Hoby at Rockpor Ind is expected home next week Dr and Mrs Irvin Abell have returned from n pleasant visit to Lex- Ington where they were the guests of Mrs William Harting Mrs Abell mother Miss Rate Lyons of South Louis yule who has been iIJof typhol fever at St Anthonys Hospital hall recovered sufficiently to be able to return home Mrs Albert F Martin who llls been seriously illof pneumonia iIII recovering rapidly trod is now able to see her friends til her home 03 IKast Gray street Mrs James P Murphy and littl nephew John Clifford of High rave nut enjoyed n delightful visit tithe Misses Armstrong at their corn try home near Frankfort Mrs John P Hanley spent last week in Frankfort ns the guest of Mrs William II VConnell and iiIs now visiting her mother Mrs Margaret McDermott at Paris Misses Margaret and Agnes Kcll anti Della Thornton who were the charming guests of Mrs Jtobei Laffey in Portland have returned to their homes in New Albany Miss Virginia E Jlciss and Di William H Kmrlch were united iIn matrimony at St lauds church lev Father Thomas A York officiating at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon Miss Mary J Mossier and Fred C Kilthauor prominent in East End Catholic circles will be united In matrimony at St Martins church at 0 oclock next Wednesday morning Mrs A J Sehulten is in New York the guest of Mrs George Johnston jolncdbmake an extended sojourn in tin East Misses Macme Iota and NCI Kennoy leave Mondayfor St Mtryi to attend the college commencement exercises to be held there Tuesday and spend several days with friend in Marion county C A Curtin the well known architect fell and sustained a frac tore of the left arm at his home near lute and Field avenues Cres expectstoWilliam Steele engineer of the No thlrtrdato return home fully restored to health James A Sexton is acting engineer during his absence Mrs John Ilcllly of Zane street tear Seventh is at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital suffering from in attack of peritonitis Her chil nren and friends have every hope that her vigorous constitution will help her to survive the attack The dally newspaper rumor that rohn X Kimberger had married a St Louis girl in Cincinnati has been promptly denied by him The denial vas a waste of time rod space Hin navy friends are aware that Kimmy meter remained long enough in one lace to propose let alone marry John J Sullivan Sr Is very much leased with the whole world For the second time he has become a randfather Time new arrival is the laughter of Gregg B Powell of ubel and Christy avenues The lother who was Miss Margaret Sill Ivan and little daughter are doing Icely Edward L Bowling of Lebanon Junction familiarly known as Buck one of the best fellows imaginable and with lots of friends here will ome to Louisville for a bride On the morning of Tuesday June 16 figs Maymo Hagan and Mr Bowling wJII be united In marriage at Holy lame church The bride is time laughter of Mrs Elizabeth Hagan of 3215 Third street After a wed ding trip through the East Mr and Mrs Bowling will begin hpusekeep ig at Lebanon Junction Another pretty June bride will be u l ltjU e bi SWISS CLEANERS and DYERS 111 FOURTH AVIC INCORPORATED OPPOSITE MARY ANDERSON THEATER tyxxxxa DONT MISS ITg BIG SALE NOW GOING ON I 100000000 8 Stock of Mens and Boys Clothing and Odd Trousers 35c ON g THE DOLLAR Entire Output of Two Large Factories I Mens Suits 198 and up Young Mens Suits 148 and up I Mens Pants 63c and up Boys Pants 13c and up- Incorporated S MOSES COLyle e e 9 534 W Market St Mens and Boys Complete OutfittersAR- THURS J KINSELLA Manager 8l3Sy Miss Lorenn Herdt who will become Mrs Fred Brauner on June 24 The wedding will be solemnized at St Vincent de Pauls church at 3 ocloc in the afternoon Miss Mary Ho land will be the bridesmaid and Jacob Brnnner a brother of the groom will be the best man Mis Herdt is the daughter of John Herd and is one of the most papula young ladies in the Fast End Mi Brauner holds respgnsible position with W B Belknnp A Company A number of West End yam folks gave a private picnic at Mack stoh Mill Ind last Sunday All spent an enjoyable day feasting fishing and boating In the party were Misses Tillie and Mary Ellen Cuniff Anna Doyle Nellie Barley Catherine Fnllahay Anna Grime Evelyn Moeller Agnes Nevils Iren and Mary Nicoulin Irene Pfeffc and Messrs William Baldwin Will- Iam Bir William Cambron Thomn Gilligan John Keller Charles Leatl erman Martin McCue Albert Mussel man William Noon George Pfol graf Charles Pfeiffer John Schae fer and Henry Wolf Miss Hosella JoI her anti Charles G Wuersch will be united in marriage at St Philip Js ells church nt 4 oclock on the afternoon of Wednesday June 24 The ceremon will be performed by the Rev Father O P Aekermnn Miss llita leone will be ithe bridesmaid and the ushers will be Ben Hutti and Cherie Aufenkamp After n luncheon for the immediate families of the con trading parties at the home of tin brides mother Mrs Mary Fisher Mr and Mrs Wuersch will go to Chicago for a brief visit They will be at home to their friends nt 210 Preston street after July 1 Miss Elsie M Stiebling mill Theodore Kraft were united In marring at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs L G Stiebling 202 West Main street Wednesday even lug at 830 oclock It was strictly a home wedding mid after a recep tint of n few friends Mr atll Mrs Kraft loft for a visit to Niagara Falls and other points of interest Ii the East The bride Iis Very prom inent in West land circles and wa stenographer for M Snbel R Sow prior to her marriage Mr Kraft iis a son of Henry A Kraft the well known butcher Both young people have the best wishes of Ulan friends for their future happiness Miss Lizic Mnllon anti Daniel I Stiglitz will be united in matrimon nt St Johns rectory on the evening of Thursday June 25 the Icv Father Daniel Gallagher officiating The attendants will be James Mallon a brother of the bride nnd Louis Stiglitx n nephew of the groom Tin wedding will be a very quiet one Mr and Mrs Stiglitz will reside with the grooms parents at Sixteenth anti Madison streets The brideeled Iis one of the most charming young ladies in the East End and for some time past has been manager for Henry Fuchs the florist in the Hop kips Theater building The fortunate bridegroom is in the iron foundry business oh Ninth street One of the prettiest of the Tune weddings was that which made Miss Lillian Elizabeth Hocrtz Mrs Charles Cruise It wits solemnized nt St Mary Magdalens church Wednesday morning nt 730 oclock The Kev Father William Gausepohl performed the ceremony and later celebrated the nuptial mass Newman Hoertz a brother of the bride and Otto A llothert were the attendants The bride is the daughter of Jacob Hoertz the well known contractor and is noted for her many graces Mr Cruise is editor ofthe Kentucky Elk and is to be congratulated on winning such n charming girl They will visit New York Washington anti other Eastern points before beginning housekeeping in this city One of the pleasant events of the week was a reception tendered John lurns alt his home in Wnverly Court by a number of his friends The parlors were tastefully decorated with potted plants and palms The color scheme for the table was a ombinntlon of pink and green Corers were laid for the following guest Misses Lillie anti Dessie Burns Mary and Cecilia Nolan Lot tie Payne Julia Burns Nora McGill Beatrice Whayne and Messrs Will landcll Eugene Nolan John Burns Ed Evans Will Hadfleld Lee McGill Dan Harris F C Butler Max Pointer and Claude Whayno Miss ulla Burns played the part of hostess During the evening vocal mil instrumental selections were rendered by Misses Mary E Nolan Nora McGill and Lottie Payne and essrs Lee McGill Eugene Nolan null Ed Evans ECLIPSE VISIBLE mmE An eclipse of the sun will be visible In Louisville on Sunday June 28 and vhile it will be almost it will not bet total eclipse for any section of the United States except Southern Flor lela It will also be visible on a Inc south from Florida through Mexico Central America and South nn America The eclipse in Louis ille will be visible between 027 and 24l The greatest obscurity of the tin visible at this point wUl boa ew minutes after 11 oclock Q Home Phone 5687 Cumb Main 484 y HENRY FUGH FLORIST Funeral Designs and Flowers for all occasions GREENHOUSESCharles and Texas Sts STOREHopkins Theatre Building 1- I NNN N N N N N M N NN 11 N NNN N 1NONM N N AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and Ross Best qualities and low prices characterize our offerings We are pioneer dealers in WALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price ubbuch Bros 5242628 W MARKET STREET f FOR I Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET COMING EVENTS Monday June 15 Division 3 A O 11 moonlight excursion Monday June 15Columbia Ath letic Club social und dance at Zleg lers Park Tuesday June 1GY M I day al White City- Thursday June 19St Leos schoolexercises Friday June 19St Anns school exercises Monday June 22 Ladies Auxil ary outing at White City Saturday July 4A O H cele brntion and field day at White City Saturday July 4Unltr Council- Y M I picnic and excursion at Charleston Ind Monday and Tuesday July 13 an- d14St Augustines lawn fete and Ice cream social Tuesday July 14 Trinity Councils outing at Fern Grove Thursday July 1C Ladles Auxll lacy Knights of St John euchre and social at Mrs Reigers residence 1520 Southgate COMMENCEMENTS Next week thre will be quite a number of commencements among E Kentuckys Catholic colleges and tcademnics The dates arranged are aR follows Monday the fortyfirst of Holy Ilosary and seventyseventh of Presentation Academies Tues lay the eightyseventh of St Marys College and eightysixth of St Jntherines Academy Wednesday the eightyeighth of St Vincents Academy and Sacred Heart Acad my Crescent Hill Thursday nlne tyfifth of Nazareth Academy REEDY MOSER Miss Mae Reedy daughter of John teedy of Newport and Bryon loser of Covlngton will be united In the holy bonds of matrimony at the Church of the immaculate Con option in Newport next Tuesday ibrning Both young people have hosts of friends in Kentuckys twin cities Miss Reedy has visited here requently and several of her Louis ille friends will go to Newport to rltncss the ceremony HOPKINS THEATER There ore shows and shows and roving picture shows of every va iety in town but the motion pie hIres at Hopkins Theater cap the cllmnx in that line The bill this week was excellent and Manager E- W Dustin promises even a better bm next week one of the best eers- een in Louisville Of course there rill be the usual comedy features o We Keep Your Garments Looking As They Store OSTRICH FEATHERS GLOVES ETC STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years 1JIEw YOItIt SToRE i IBargain Priceslon Womens New Tan Hosiery MAIN FLOOR 35c THREE PAIRS FOR 100 Womens Plain Sheer Gauze Lisle and Lace Boot Hose new and correct tan shades with garter top and dou ble splicings all sizes 50c valueSpecial at 35c e Womens Silk Lisle and Sheer Gauze Dull Lisle Hose beautiful quality and all 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MARKET ST for quality onr Diamond Wall Plaster Is a winner Architect and builders indorse It al being the finest grade on the market J CoKentucky I INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Kyy1 Also operating the Hoosler Wall Plas ter Plant Jcffersonvllle Ind Phone 655 coHtNRY flUNOL BEAUtR IN Staple and Fancy Grocirit ftA ROOMINOld WhUkiH a Specialty Pt4331 540WWALKUT O n FLOWERSFOR Weddings and Parties Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer i FLORIST iMASONIC TEMPLE 4th and Chestnut BOTH PHONES Special attention to out of town orders THE COAL MEN Coal that is clean and free from slate Not only gives more heat and less trouble to maintain a fire but does not wear out your stoves and furna- cesDougherty Banning BEST QUALITY PITTSBURQ COAL Home Phone 1783 Office and Yard 7th and Magnolia CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOTJRTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HERRMANN BROS IIMPORTERSFINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kentucky I Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND I 7uliiphSa1B41 234 SIXTH STREET n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes The order has twentyone members in the Hawaiian Islands There are forty seven Illbernlnr military companies in Massachusetts Hoxbury Hibernians are Jit worl and are confident that next year they will have their own building Maryland takes first place in the Southern States with 2300 members Kentucky being her closest com petitor Baltimore Hibernians have an option on a fine piece of centrally lo Gated property that will make excel lent headquarters Unless some good work Is done Kentucky will not show n gain In membership when the national con vention assembles With eight States to hear from the latest reports show a net gain In membership of 8000 a fine record for the present national officers Division 4 meets Monday night at Uertraml Hall end a large attendance Is looked for as the officers will have some Important information to im partIowa members will hold their thir teenth biennial convention and re union at Davenport on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday August 18 19 and 20- Pennsylvania now leads all the States with a membership of approxi mately 28000 Massachusetts follows closely with 27000 and New York comes next with 15000 The division in Harrison N J or ganized n year ago with twenty members has just celebrated its first anniversary with a banquet and 102 members at the festive board Milwaukee members will distribute 80 in its Gaelic historical contest County President Michael 0 Rohan is visiting the parochial schools and stimulating interest among the chil drenThe crack fortyfive team of Lo Moyne Council K of C of Syracuse has been defeated again by the A O II team from James lle Before the vanquished players returned home they were royally entertained by the victorsThe Flandreau South Dakota divis ion is collecting funus to build a memorial church in honor of the Manchester martyrs Allen Larkin and OBrien The remains of Father Quick who attended the martyrs on the scaffold and who later did mis sionary work at Flandreau are to repose under the main altar BEGIN WORLDS BATTLE The Catholic colleges and academies are preparing to send their an nual quota of graduates out to battle with the world The following commencement dates have already been announced Mt St Marys College Emmitsburg June 17 Stl Marys College Marion county 9 clock a m June 16 Loretto Academy Marion county 9 oclock a m June 11 St Catherine of Sien nas Academy near Springfield June 10 Nazareth Academy 930 a- in June 18- PRESENTATION EXERCISES Presentation Academy will hold its annual commencement exercises in Its own hall The graduates will be Misses Marie Katherine Baker Jtenn Vilhelminn Eckert Mary Elizabeth O Bryan Ethel Elizabeth Bltzer Dorothy Vernon Gott Louise Raphael Shelley and Lucille Katherine Shan Icy The exercises will bo on a more elaborate plan than ever and are to take place Monday morning June 15 beginning at 10 oclock NO MORE GOAT Many employes of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company have been greatly discomfited by the abnn lonment of Time Goat a train that mrried the companys employes from Tenth and Kentucky to the shops at South Louisville every morning and pointIniloyes will either have to use the street cars or else walk three miles to their work ACTING CHIEF BURKE Major Edward Burke has been acting Chief of Police this week in the absence of Col Jacob Hunger who is attending the annual convention of Stnteslandprominent part in the deliberations UIlI1formswrtment Last SPLENDID Sunday SIIOWINGI CommanlleryjKnights received holy communion In a body at St Marys church Commanded by Capt John Husson the Knights appeared in their new uniforms and made a splendid showing They also acted as guard of honor for the hildren i who received their first holy communion JAMES MACKEY ILL Former Deputy City Treasurer Adolph Schmitt is taking the place of Tames 3fackeyas clerk in tho office of City Auditor Wilhite until Mr Mackey recovers It is hoped that Mr Mackeys indisposition is only of a temporary character Mr Schmitts friends in the City Hall welcomed him back as an old com rade READY FOR HOLY ORDERS Twentyseven young men will fin Ish the course at St Francis Semin ary in the diocese of Milwaukee this year Twelve will be ordained by Bishop Fox on June 14 The remain respectivehomes BISHOPS MOUSE BURNED j On Monday ojt last week the villa of the Right Rev Bishop Fox of i PRICES CUT Our Carhartt Overalls and Jackets as follows Sizes up to and includ ing 42 cut now t- o90c Extra sizes to 1 Nows the time supplyhimself LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET SOLE AGENTS IN LOUISVILLE AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and Rugs Best qualities and low prices offerlng3We WALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work ata reasonable price Hubbuch Bros 5242628 W MARKET STREET FOR Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET Green Bay Wis was destroyed by fire It was valued at 15000 and was fully covered by Insurance RECENT DEATHS Joseph fll Gottbrath one of the most popular youn gmen In Louisville a few years ago died at tho home of his mother Mrs Louise Gottbrath 2010 First street Tuesday afternoon Tho deceased was born In Louisville thirtytwo years ago and after receiv ing his education in local schools entered one of the Louisville banks as clerk and rose rapidly In his profession Ill health caused him to seek a warmer climate and no was employed in a bank at Memphis for a time Later he removed to Callornla where ho remained several years Ills battle with ill health was a long and brave one but when he found he was about to be conquered he re turned to die with his fond mother His funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Thursday morn Ing His untimely death is mourned by many friends and relatives Thomas Huber a retired shoe merchant died at the home of his daughter Mrs George J Buck 2620 Portland avenue early Monday morn ing The deceased was eightyfour years old end was a native of Ger many He came to America when Quite a young man and for more than fifty years conducted a shoe store in Louisville He was tho oldest member of St Josephs Benevolent Society and a devout Catholic His funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady in Portland on Wednesday morning Two daughters Mrs George J Buck and Mrs Susan Hayes survive him The funeral of David Jefferson Countin who died at the City Hos pital shortly before midnight Saturday took place from St Aloysius church Tuesday morning Mr Coun tin was one of the best known men In the fire department and during the past fifteen years had served with nearly all the companies In the East End He was a splendid driver and in all his years with the service met with but one accident Two sisters and one brother Thomas J Countin survive him OARROLlTON WEDDING Miss Anna Halmess and Edward J Hill well known young people of Car rollton Ky will be married In St Johns church In that city on June 171 HOLY ROSARY CLASS The Sisters of St DomInic have Is sued invitations to the annual com mencement exercises of Holy Rosary Academy The exercises will be held in St Louis Bertrands lalllitll I oclock Monday morning June 15 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Patrick J Bryne one of the most popular young men of Cnrrickma cross is dead of heart disease Magistrate OConnor of Glossleck Bailieboro is very ill and fears are entertained that lie may not re coverJames Toner solicitor at Strnbane has been appointed Clerk of the Crown and Peace for the county TyroneLieut Col Henry Bourke Jordan of Thornhill Kiltlmagh has been ap pointed Deputy Lieutenant for County Mayo P Low Smith a well known con sellor of Cavon has been appointed County Judge of Limerick to succeed the late Judge Adams Tenants on the estate of Major Richardson Poplar Vale in the par ish of Tyholland have signed agree ments for purchases under the net of 1003Ennistymon County Clare suffered from a fall of snow during the latter part of May The phenomenon was not observed in any other part of the county or country Sister Mary Gerard has made her formal profession at the Convent of Mercy at Waterford She is the daughter of J- w D Hannon a well known resident of Limerick William McCoubrey thirtythree years old was caught between the buffers of two coal cars on the Del fast quay and received injuries which resulted in his death an hour later Patrick Tlerney thirtyseven years old a farmer near Cloncannon County Tipperary has been held to answer for the killing of Miles Gleeson a laborer of the Borrisoleigh district The body of Andrew Hunt sixty five years old and with no fixed habitation was found in a shallow pool of water near Ballaghaderccn He was in poor health and suffered from heart failure Hon John OYBrlen has withdrawn as n candidate for the County Coun cilorship of the Ballytrain division of Cnvan His friends regret that he has left the contest as they felt sure of his election John Cantwell a pensioner of the Royal Irish Constabulary was burned to death in his bed at Comber County Down Clothes wrapped around a hot water bottle Ignited the bed clothing The Right Rev Dr Hoare Bishop of Ardagh who was thrown by a mettlesome horse several weeks ago is suffering from a concussion of the spine and may not be able to attend to his official duties for several monthsJohn Finnegan a mechanic of the Corlea vicinity County Louth fell from a roof he was repairing to the ground a distance of twenty feet Ho was rendered unconscious tem porarily but was able to resume his work next day- Waterford mourns the death of a prominent Nationalist in the demise of Magistrate Matthew Drohan of Ballynevln Me was a member of the County Council and for years President of the CarrickonSuir Board of Guardians The body of John Kerr n farmer from tho neighborhood of Beady was found in n bog near Xewtown hamilton Kerr had been missing for three months He is supposed to have fallen into the bog while en route home from a fair Mr Lardner who represents North Monnghan in the House of Commons has been appointed member for the Irish Parliamentary party on a com mittee of five to take evidence and consider proposed legislation for tho enclosing of commons and open spaces NEW BISHOP FOR PHILIPPINES His Holiness Pope Pius X has ap pointed the Right Rev Monsignor James J Carroll Vicar General of Nuevn Segovia Philippine Islands as Bishop of that See The new prelate will succeed the Right neveD J Dougherty D D who has been transferred to the larger diocese of Jaro Bishops Carroll and Dougherty semiInnryOverbrook MILWAUKEE PRELATE ABROAD Archbishop Messraer of Mil nome11nnelin Switzerland before returning to time United States- S1ERIDANS AIDE DEAD Michael Mulcahey sixtyeight years old and who was Gen Phil Sheridans aide in the famous ride from Win chester died at Cleveland a few days ago GOOD EUCimE Branch 5 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will give a grand euchre at St Cecelias Hall St Ce celia street between Twentyfifth and Twentysixth Thursday evening June 25 Many hondsome prizes will llIe awarded the winners The game will be called at 8 oclock sharp The ad mission will be only twentyfive cents KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS At Sioux City the council has is sued several thousand pamphlets showing the books in the public li byCatholicOne hundred and fifty members of tho council at Watertown Iowa gave a banquet in honor of tha silver jubilee of their chaplain the Rev Father Mark Rooney comparatively ed 010000 home The Right Rev Vicar General OCallaghan presided over the dedicatory ceremonies and was assisted by many of the clergy oftheII J 1 1 t I FRANK FEHR BREWING CO irioo A Brewers and Bottlers F LOUISVILLE ET5T n Cumb Phone West 191 Homo Phone 1913 THB5 WIEDEMANN i BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVI7TiE lCV ASK EOi1 FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE NOME PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS i Clay=Street Brewery r 812 and 814t CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN s BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 89i LOUISVILLE KY CHOICE Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Id 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 reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle Iqd OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Hi J1t COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Home Phone 1942 Cumb South 628 THOSJKEflNEy CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered fn any part of the city withOut extra pricesSeeHousehold cleaning preparations at cut prices etrxxxx A3vi OAK4 A3 All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices 4 MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO B VENT Proprietor Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty i Office 218 West Chestnut Both Pl Dive your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LoulsYlIJe Ky averiannrotherClaulcai-daentl5candBusinessCouriaPreparatory De Jtqulltytnnsslum ffilBHJPJ1 PPUt1D- YER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents WearlngAJPlrIr WORK GUARANTEED Vhon duo 52S Fifth Str 1INES LIQUORS VALS 8ALOOVAL LESTER ProHot Lunch every morning frc to 1230 oclock 41 WT QTOEDK l s- n v T 1II 71 I uI KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAlOTN 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 8301 TnvTTSaSiTOlV 2t CI3Ts- EXCURSION j MOONLIGHT N ON STEAMER HIAWATHA MONDAY EVENING JUNE 15 19O8 k UNDER AUSPICES OF DIVISION 3 A O H Steamer leaves foot of Fourth Street at 8 oclock sharp Tickets on saleZ Cents c Butlers and Dougherty R McE11Iotts MACAULEYS THEATRE Monday Evening June 8 19- 08REPETITION THE TUNEFUL COMIC OPERETTA MIKADOI Under Auspices Catholic Womans Club Admission 25 50 75 1 Seats on sale at Macauleys Box Office s THE BIGI STORES- uits for Men and Young Men 5 750 10 12 15 HIGH GRADE WELL MADE FASHIONS PERFECTION liTHE BIG STORE 424 West Market Fourth Between and StII I MILTON M MARBLESTONE G CO I a Jfnnnnp A GOOD SPRING TONIC Mulloys Coffees and Teas are healthpro ducing strength giving nutricious and de liclous every month in the year if you dont know Mulloys goods phone a trial order SPECIAL GRADE OP COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C 45excellentC MULLOy COFFEE ROASTER horn Phone IJ1J fiBlQL W MARKET STREET IS F mWJfJjJf8J e s sme clas fl Rogers BOOR GO jIPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUiT EVERY TASTE + Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the VT finest of their kind in the cityiBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefferson Street It ss N1ON ICE CREAM CO MLuk1Jtfaoturer of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET TVe have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en- ablesi us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Hbme Phone 2144 Curnb Main 1429y 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 1007 contract before the advance in prices of alt iron goods we are able to sell told prices GEHER 6c SONZ- I7 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Ibert T Schranz Co i REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES INEYrO LOANonAIM 27 y ANA Ii law SIr Cistirairf Grim 1 a PICNIC AND FIELD DAY GIVEN BY THE i Ancient Order of Hibernians AT WHITE OI- TY4thJULY4thI Dancing Music Fireworks Irish Field See the between picked teams eeTEN- e L ADMISSION CENTSJ GREAT APPLAUSE For Performers In The Mikado Monday Night A crowded house greeted the young ladles and gentlemen who played The Mikado at Macauleys Theater Monday night The performance was excellent from start to finish and the audience generous In Its applause while the performers showed their good taste by refusing to respond to too many encores John J Flynn as Koko had the principal comedy role and sang acted and danced well John J Crotty as the attendant of the Mikado ntlllof the Lord Sigh Executioner said not a word neither did he sing a note but his nimble capers won applause whenever he ap peared Tello Webb displayed a magnificent baritone voice as the Mikado while George Barretts splen did lyric tenor was shown to advant age as Nankl Poo David Maloney made an excellent Poo Bah and his big bass voice had plenty to do and did It well Edward Wolfe as Pish Tush also sang and acted well Among the ladles Miss Mario Cos tigan played the leading role of Yum Yum She made a most coquettish Japanese maiden and her beautiful soprano made a hit with the audi ence The singing and dancing of Misses Marcella Ford and Imelda Shea as Petti Sing and Peep Bo also came in for their share of applause Miss Bertha Rees made an admirable Katisha and sang and cakewalked in a manner that made the crowd never tire Thornton Flynn and Bar ry Meehan played gracefully their part as pages The chorus was of superior excellence The Indications are that the box receipts will place a nice sum In the treasury of the Catholic Womans Club for whom the performance was given The picturesque Japanese costumes worn by the chorus were designed by Miss Mollle Collins the well known modiste of the Stewart Dry Goods Company The costumes for the young ladles and gentlemen were grouped with an eye toward harmony of color and the stage picture pre sented would have elicited applause even If the chorus had failed to utter- a sound Another great audience will greet the young people when they repeat the performance Monday night NEWT RITUAL Will Be Carefully Reviewed by Trinity Councils Members Trinity Council transacted quite a lot of routine business Monday night and heard pleasing reports from va rious committees President James U Kelly was in the chair and the attendance was large Two new ap plications were received and William P McDonogh was granted a transfer rom Satolli Council Copies of the new ritual proposed by the Supreme Councils special com mittee were received and President Kelly referred the copies to the fol lowing committee for examination and recommendation Eugene Coon ey John J Sullivan Sr Andrew Kiefer Joseph Bell Thomas Garvey and Dr P G Beutel Jr Capt Har ry Bundschu is the only member of Trinity on the sick list The Build ing Committee reported that work on the new home was well under way GRIEF LEADS TO DEATH While temporarily deranged Ru dolph Yent a locomotive engineer in the employ of the Louisville Nash ville Railroad Company committed suicide by shooting himself through the head Monday night Grief over the death of his wife who passed away February 20 Is believed to be responsible for his mental derangement Ho left a note to his sister Inlaw Miss Julia Coppinger and con fided his three small children to her care His father and four brothers also survive him Two of them are Albert and Otto Yent proprietors of the Manhattan Restaurant 502 West Jefferson street The deceased stood high In the esteem of his friends and while all knew ho was despondent- over the death of his wife not even his nearest kin ever heard him threaten selfdestruction FONTAINE FERRY PARK Fontaine Ferry Park had another good week despite the very cool weather during the first few days The fresh air beautiful scenery and the excellent vaudeville bill in the mvilllon to say nothing of the nu merous other attractions proved drawing curds Next week there will be anew and better vaudeville bill and the tickler bump+ thebumps and all the other attractions will re main in commission Admission to the park is free and Mine Host jaiidenwjch remains in charge of the culinary department eo that on a 0- n L SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets at Halls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas Lawler Recording Secretary Thornai 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 Mont- hPresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial SecretaryJ T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Maclcey Financial Secretary J 0 Session Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergoontwtArmsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II ilennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary William J Donnelly Recording Secretary Frank P DurlcerrcasurerHnrry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFIiRSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall PresidentJohn Kenney Vice PresidentJohn U Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Clias Itobards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y avt i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings nt Club StreetIFirst Vice President Frank Lana hanSecond Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording SecretaryAustin E Walsh Corresponding Secretary Thomas Bachman Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber IMarshalA Andriott Patrick Duddy FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Other popular and new features ADMISSION FREE PHOENIX HILL MlOpen For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics SocialsOutings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts GENUINE BOTTLED Bears this trade mark Unt fie you find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For out- Ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 100810 W Main St Btlh Phono hot day when the sweltering family seeks r1Jcfin the tpol glades of Ftontalno Ferry Park there is no occasion to return borne for supper n FIYE DELEGATES Will Represent Mackin at the Coming Grand Council Mncldn Council hnd a splendid at tendance at Its meeting Tuesday night Two new members were re celved and the class is nov lang enough to justify an initiation next Tuesday evening President Burke announced that the election of dele gates to the Grand Council would beheld on the night of Tuesday June 23 This will give every member an opportunity of so arranging his af fairs as to be present on that night Maehin Council Is entitled to five delegates and President Burke de sires a full attendance at the elec tion The proper committees reported that Mnckins members were doing their share to promote the Interest of Y M I day nt the White City The committee in charge of the operetta A Mile From Town reported that it would probably be able to make a complete statement of the Miecesse attending that venture at the next meeting Quite nn amount of unimportant business was transacted and the proceedings were enlivened bj several spirited speech- esPLEASMT TIME Assured Those Who Attend Division 3s River- Excursion Division 3 A O Ha has completed the details for its moonlight excur sion up the Ohio river on the evening of Monday June 15 The steamer Hiawatha will carry the Hibernians and their lady friends leaving the foot of Fourth street at S oclock Good music and ample refreshments will be aboard the boat The Hia watha will land its passengers back at Fourth street about 11 oclock Tickets can be purchased from the secretary of any of the four divisions On the trip up the river the boat will stop at the Jeffersonvllle wharf to take on those who wish to go from that city The moonlight excursion is intend ed to promote congeniality among the members and their friends and not with any desire to make money For this reason the tickets are being sold at the low price of twentyfive cents State President George J Butler and Division President Patrick T Sullivan are assisting the committee that is making the arrangements All who take advantage of the excursion will enjoy a pleasant evening BOGUS CIIECKS Cause Former Louisville Judge to Be Sent to Prison Charles G llichle formerly Judge of the Jefferson County Court and who stood high in Louisville as a civic righteousness exponent a few years ago has been sentenced to serve eighteen months In San Quen tin penitentiary California on the charge of passing worthless checks lie pleaded guilty and asked the clemency of the court Twelve years ago Charley Illchie stumped this city and county for Republicanism and reform He with ninny other Republicans were elected but their regime was so bad that one term was all they had Itichle a short time after his term expired left Louisville in disgrace He had al most been forgotten when the dis patches announcing his sentence to the California prison were received His friends declare that he is insane but do not say whether he is insane because he passed the worthless checks or because he pleaded guilty IECORI BREAKER TOMORROW The Louisville baseball club wjll again lock horns with the St Paul teAm this afternoon and tomorrow and with fair weather the record for large attendance is sure to be broken nstha good showing made by the team thus far has renewed the fervor of the lovers of the great national gizmo and they are now all rooting with their old time vigor as Louisville ink surely a fighting chance for the pennant With the exception of one or two faces the team is made up practically of the same material as last year Pletz Hughes Putt mann Sullivan Quinlan Woodruff itovall and Stanley but our new leader Jimmy Burke seems to have imparted some of his Irish enthusiasm to them as they are all playing like world beaters Keep it up and Louisville will once more be a prominent figure or the baseball map fl- n 1NN10 IO N101NNNON1i 1101NNN- II REFRIGERATORSGet cheap We have just received a car load IIerators that will be offered for sale as of 550 it This is a great chance Take I IOURLEADER Oak Refrigerator galvanized the ice easily cleaned 75pound 550 iTHEfinish white enamel COLUMBIA lined mineral wool filler remov IIOak chamber a sanitary ice saver Prices 1250 to according to size iTHEOPALITE iiWe are agents for the celebrated Opalite Refrigerators ithe highest type of modern sanitary icepreserving refrigerators Highly polished Oak oase sanitary shelves Neptune I hair insulator 2500 to 5000 iiYOU CAN PAY CASH OR IN CONVENIENT PAYMENTS i JAMES GREENET 4752729 E Market Street BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES 0 ONN000NINN 10 NNN a4 BE SURE TO CALL FORII i McKENNAWHISKY1 IT IS ALWAYS PURE KyUI 1Iii NNNNNNN11e1N11 N01 11111N LARGEST AND BESTl fINTHE 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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 OOICEJ AND COAL TAIL FOR SALE FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager uIDADSfuALETID1 VOR 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 Fork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lam in tho city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONL- Yesr r nine WINKS OHAUPAOMM ALL KOLJ3345 West Green Street XJQUOM t J t U