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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- crT i p KENTUCKY IRISHAMERICAN VOLUME XXNO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 20 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS REJOICING People Felicitate Pastor on His TwentyHith Anniversary Jubilee Holy Name Church Scene of Grand Festivities Wednesday Father Connor Handsomely Remembered by Adults and Children SERMON BY REV FATHER LYNCH Holy Name church at Fourth nnd 0 streets was the scene of unwonted splendor Wednesday when its reverend pastor Father John T OConnor celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination For a month or more the ladies gentlemen teachers and children of the parish had been preparing for the event and so complete were the arrangements that there was not a hitch While the jubile proper was celebrated on Wednesday the festivities began with the school commence ment exercises on the night previous t It was not only the silver jubilee of 1 Father OConnor but of three other priests of this diocese Father Will iam Buckman of New Haven Father Joseph Hogarty of Lebanon and Father Dominic Higgins of West Louisville The other three jubilar ians celebuated their anniversaries at their respective churches The ladies and gentlemen had tastefully decorated the body of Holy Name church with evergreens and along the walls were handsomely painted quotations from the Scrip tures on matters pertaining to time priesthood The sanctuary was decorated with green plants and white flowers and the altar was ablazo with a glory of lights At the top on either side of the altar gas jets had been so arranged as to form the figures 18831908 Cars from every section of the city brought friends of Father OConnor to the church during the morning and at 0 oclock time jubilarian began the celebration of a solemn high mass The Rev Jather D A Buckley of Springfield Ohio was deacon the Rev Father John T Hill of Louisville subdeason and the Rev Father Thomas W White of Clifton master ofsere io monies The choir under the direc tion of Mrs Lawler rendered Von Webers mass After the first gos pel tho sermon was preached by the ReV Father Edward J Lynch of HendersonFather Lynch made no attempt at oratory but gave a plain heart to heart talk to those assembled con cerning the dignity of the priest hood the labors and responsibilities of the priest and the worth of Father OConnor He told how the jubilarian whose anniversary was be ing celebrated studied and worked during his days at Preston Park Sem- Inar lIe was noted said Father Lynch among his fellowseminarians and classmates as an indefatigable student for his love of duty and for his determination to follow the will of his Bishop The speaker likewise paid tribute to Fathers Hogarty Buckman and Higgins who were raised to the dignity of the altar with Father OConnor Father Lynch next took up the life of a man in the priesthood It was not a life of case hq said The l priest had to brave the cold of winter and the heat of summer the storms and the hails of the different seasons The priest has to climb the hills and struggle down the valleys always a watchful shepherd over his flock He has to face smallpox yellow fever and other dread scourges yet ho never falters Whatever is good is selfdiffusing he said and the work of the priest is good because it tends to spread happiness abroad The priest is for the people not the people for the priest He lipped that the congregation would continue to honor and heed the ad vice of Father OConnor so that one day they would enjoy with him the beatitudes of heaven In closing he spoke of the holy euchurist and of the mass In time sanctuary were the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G Very Rev Father Lawrence Bax Rev Dr George W Schuhmann Fathers William Gausepohl Westermann Bachmann Raoux of Flint Island and John J Fitzgerald After the mass Father OConnor started for his rectory but ho had notreached the street before the whole congregation swarmed around him and offered congratulations The jubilarfan had a kindly word of thanks for all and yet bore his Honors very modestly While the clergy were removing their vest ments the ladies of the congregation were transforming one of the schoolrooms into a banquet hall Flowers evergreens and American flags weqe hung in profusion Covers were laid t for fortytwo priests and the din ner was excellent in every particular There were no set toasts because ath OConnor modestly declined anything of the sort but he could not prevent his guests from offering their felicitations informally The ladies who did so much to make the celebration a success from every standpoint and who BO banquettAlbert Richards Fred Rudwlg James Ik Cummings Michael E Kearns Edward Keating Edward Wells George Burps Philip Wagner Charles Rohuch Fred Flahtilganand Miss Anna Caffrey The gentlemen were Col Michael Relchert James Sulll van and Albert Richards The commencement exercises of v r1 der ic Holy Name parochial school were held on Tuesday night and the tal ent displayed by the pupils was ot- a very high order The graduates from the Eighth grade were Bertha Korfhage Maude Head Mary Fye De Chantnl Dillon Viola McGrath Ella OMalley Alma Kennedy Allan Holbourn and Richard Nugent The graduates of the commercial class were Dorothy Morat Margaret Sheridan Nellie Meagher Bessie Hartigan Myrtle Smith Nellie McDonald Margaret Kelly Margaret Davln Nellie Condron Josephine Hnnbcrry Mary Furey Agnlta Gruber Florence Halllhan and Eliza beta Geisel When Father OConnor delivered his address and awarded the prizes the children presented him with a basket of flowers in which was hidden 25 In gold Before be discovered the money the grown people of the congregation presented him with a well filled purse Father OConnor thanked the children and people for their generosity and praised the work of the good Sisters of Charity of Nazareth who have taken such pains in conducting his school ATHLETIC PRIEST Owen McGrath Forsakes Diamond for the Altar His Grace Archbishop Fancy of New York raised twenty young men to the dignity of the priesthood at St Patricks Cathedral on Saturday of last week and nearly all of them celebrated their first mass on Trinity Sunday Most of them were Irish too either by birth or descent Of the twenty ordained seventeen were graduates of St Josephs Sem inary at Dunwoodie and three were from St Thomas College Washington D C The latter place is the House of Studies for the Paulists Conspicuous among the young levites was the Rev Owen McGrath His short and well compact figure with his strong broad shoulders and his nil of abounding vitality caused the congregation to watch him with the keenest interest although there were few among them aside from his parents who had come to witness his ordination that knew him as the famous quarterback of the football team and crack pitcher of Dartmouth College baseball team After leaving Dartmouth College he went to St Thomas College at Washington and was ordained as a Paulist Father McGrath is a native of South Boston Mass and has been Identified with athletic sports since his early boyhood Many a time he has carried his school college and seminary teams to victory on the diamond and gridiron Two other young Pnulists were ordained with Father McGrnth They are the Rev Fathers Daniel J Carey of Quincy Mass and Mark Tappen of Prov idence R I YOItTIlILYYON Paul Doherty Awarded the Medal In Oratorical Contest Paul Doherty the eldest son of Dr William B Doherty won the ora torical contest at the commencement exercises of the Louisville Male High School Tuesday night There were fiftysix graduates all entitled to compete in the contest but only seven of the best speakers entered the lists T Kennedy Helm A Scott Bullitt and Lewis Humphrey were time judges After a careful consideration of the claims of each of the candidates the jurdges awarded the prize to Paul Doherty whose subject was The Supremacy of the Law lIe handled this subject well lie used his splendid voice to advantage and was easy and graceful in his gestures The award made by the judges met with the approval of tho audience The IrishAmericans of Louisville are proud to know that the son of one of their number inherits the talent for oratory for which Irishmen have been famous all over the world LADIES OUTING Auxiliary of Hibernians Will Entertain on Monday The Ladles Auxiliary of the A 0 H have arranged to give their friends an enjoyable outing at the White City net Monday afternoon and evening Miss Mary Corcoran Miss Fannie Kennedy Mrs Daniel Dougherty Miss Elizabeth King and all the other workers in the auxlljary have expended time patience and money to make the arrangements such that both old and young will be satisfiedThe members of this organiza tion have worked faithfully and in defatigably for its success Obstacles which to others would have been in surmountable have been climbed over by these IrishAmerican ladles of ours They expect a generous sup port of local Hibernians at the outing Monday and there is no gainsaying that they are entitled to it Tho auxiliary will use the proceeds of this affair for the entertainment of thaeomhGStateorate programme will bo arranged AFTER MORE MEMBERS Chickasaw Council Y M T at Memphis Tcnn has a membership contest in progress Three teams of twenty men each are at work in an effort to run the membership up to 150 before July 1 t Ii GREAT WEEK Chicngo Catholics Spent Days In Celebrating Anni versary Diamond Jubilee of the First Parish Church In That City More Than a Million of the Faithful Took Part in Festivities PAULISTS ARE NOW IN CHARGE Chicago Catholics had a celebra tion in that city this week which as a demonstration upon the part of American Catholics was second only to that of the recent centenary celebration in New York City The occa sion marked the seventyfifth anniversary of the founding of St Marys the oldest parish church in Chicago The celebration began last Sunday morning when Archbishop Quigley officiated at mass at St Mnrys in the evening solemn vespers were sung and from that time until last night there was some special event every morning antI evening So great was the crowd that sought admission to the church last Sunday that only those holding cards were allowed to enter the edi fice Monday morning a requiem high mass was celebrated for the re pose of the souls of deceased mem bers of the congregation Monday evening the Rev Father P J OCal laghan pastor of St Marys gave a dinner to time former pastors of St Marys a The festivities reached a climax Friday night when a public mass meeting was held at the Auditorium lIon Edward F Dunne former Mayor of Chicago presided and the speakers and their subjects were as followsWilliam J Onahan The History of ChicagoJudgeof MissionaryScienceScienceJudge Paul Carpenter of Milwaukee A Converts View Thomas D OBrien of St Paul The Catholic Irishman in AmerIca Prof J C Monaghan of Notre Dame University The CatheJsc and the Flag Although the cross of the Saviour was brought to the present site of Chicago as early as 1073 by the zeal ous nnd adventurous Jesuit Father Marquette it was not until 1833 that the first parish church was erected From a mere handful of Catholics and a shed for a church in 1833 one finds today 300 churches and a mill Ion of Catholic worshipers In Chi cago The first St Marys was n frame structure 35x25 feet The first child baptized in the new church was George Washington Baublen now a resident of Dubuque In but who attended the festivities in Chicago this week Father St Cyr the young French priest who had charge of the congre gation in those early years took a great interest in the Indians and his congregation on Sundays was largely yearthegrew until eleven years after the first church had been built Chicago was made a See nnd St Marys Was greatfirenearlyfortywas destroyed Many of the Protestant congregations abandoned their churches in the downtown district FoleyboughtCongregationalists after the fire This served as St Mnrys und as the Cathedral until 187C when the new Cathedral was built In November 1003 the Paullst Fathers assumed charge of St Mnrya nnd have been in control ever since From lOOt until the present time the Rev Father Peter J OCallaghan has been in charge and is assisted by eight or nine other members of the Paulist order The parish of St Mnrys is said to be one of the strongest in the United States It is byChicago byLalmof the richest and the poorest peo ple in the city If a foreign Ambas sador or a millionaire stops at the paristlcliUrchare dying and need a priest they rectoryFor nightUlein the morning on all Sundays and holydays of obligation SEVEN YOU ft PRIESTS Seven young men were ordained to AbbyIndianatime twelve were raised to the deaconship and eleven to minor orders TIle Rev Dominic Barthel O S B rector of the college is a former Louisville man and at present there are sixteen Kentuck Inns attending that institution al though none were ready for holy orders this year ST COLUMBAS CLOSING The Rev Father John D Kalaher pastor of St Columbas church has announced that his parochial school exercises will take place in the school hall on Tuesday June 23St babychurchesattendance for the school year about a to close has been between sixty and seventy pupils Miss Bertha Schmitt will deliver the saluatory after the opening chorus There will be quite a number of musical selections choruses dialogues recitations and essays Among those who will take part are Martina Heim A Reimbold II Bradley Mario Weikel Philip Gor- man Norbert Schmitt Edna Weln garttner and Amelia Weikel The ex ercises will close with the singing of the To Deum and distribution of prizes TCURDIABUS 1 Sweet Singers Made Two Trips During the Week The Concordia Singing Society filled two important engagements this week Last Sunday time mem bers went to Pewee Valley and sang the high mass at St Aloysius church there The congregation was de lighted and the pastor Rev Father Boes thanked the visitors for their presence and music On Wednesday the society went to Indianapolis where theSaengerfest was in progress and helped to swell the grand chorus of 3000 trained voices Urban Stengel the venerable founder of the Concordia Singing So ciety headed the party that mode the trip They traveled in two cars via the interurban railroad The Louisville singers were given a worm welcome at the lloosier capital Of the fiftysix active members of the organization fifty made the run to Indianapolis APPROVE CALL t Church Dignitaries Aid Inj Preparation for Fed eration The Most Rev S G Messmer Archbishop of Milwaukee and the Right Rev James A McFaul Bishop of Trenton have approved the call for the seventh annual national con vention of the American I Federation byEdwardand Anthony Matrc National Secre tary The meeting will be held in Boston August 912 The Catholics of the Hub City under the leader ship of Archbishop OConnell are making elaborate arrangements for the reception and entertainment of the delegates and will extend a cor visitorsThowith Pon tifical high mass at Holy Cross Dtthedral and Archbishop OConnell who is a member of the Federa preachtheular convention there will be two mass meetings for the public when Bishop3lcFaulGeorgeSmithDwight of Harvard University F W Heckenkamp of Quincy Ill Arch bishop OConnell and others Every national diocesan State and county organization of Catholics is invited to send representatives to the con vention TUGOFWAR Will Be Big Attraction at the Hibernian Celebration The various committees of the County Board A O H have things excellently well in hand for their big celebration at the White City on July 4 It will not only be a Hi bernian celebration but a national celebration of Independence day as well The IrishAmericans of Louisville invite all their friends who wish to enjoy a real Fourth of July cote bration to join them on this occasion Not only will all the usual attractions be In operation but the Hiber nians will have the usual quota of field games as well Owing to the limited space in the White City grounds the usual hammer throwing and running races for men and the bull game have been abandoned But beginning at 230 oclock the potato races egg races and short distance races for children will begin The piece de resistance as they say in French will be the tugofwar between Divisions 1 and 4 In answer to Portlands defy of Limerick John J Barry has picked a team from Division 4 which he declares will drag the Portland contingent clear to Butchcrtown On the other hand Toni Dolan says the Portland boys will wade the Ohio river and drag Limericks team to the top of the Indiana Knobs Messrs Dolan and Barry have charge of the ath letic arrangements and expect to an nounce their complete programme next week ESCAPED FLAMES Fire of mysterious origin damaged the residence of Michael Devaney 704 West Oak street at an early hour last Saturday morning The mem bers of the family were almost suf focated by the smoke and were res cued only after hard work on the part of the firemen The loss will exceed 10- 0HONOR FOR DOMINICANS The Very Rev Father D T Ken nedy 0 P has been appointed to the chair of sacramental thepjogy which was founded at the last meeting of the Trustees of the Catholic University at Washington D C Father Kennedy is Prior of the Im maculate Conception Convent at Washington and is regarded as one fthe ablest Dominicans in the United States o a t NO VACATION Jefferson County Federation Vlll Hold Sessions in Summer Resolutions Censuring Mayor For Omissions Are Adopted Two Representative Men Will Attend National Con vention EXCHEQUERR IS AT LOW EBB The Catholic Federation of Jeffer son County held its regular monthly meeting at Bertrand Hall Thursday night The attendance was large and representative of the organiza tions affiliated and all the delegates exhibited great interest and en thusiasm Owing to the absence of Secretary James B Kelly Thomas J Garvey was selected to occupy the chair during the evening After a full and free discussion and in view of the large attendance at recent meetings it was decided not to abandon the meetings curing the summer but to hold them regularly every month Owing to the state of the societys exchecquer it was decided not to send accredited delegates to the national convention at Boston in August but when Drs P S Ganz and Ben J Lammers both delegates to the County Federation an jsounced that they intended ito be present at the convention the chair was authorized to furnish them with credentials A communication from Owensboro was read announcing that a movement as well underway there to establish a branch of countyThethe work of the Trustees of the Louisville Free Library and not only surprise and regret but censure was voiced because ithe Mayor of Louis ville failed to appoint at least one Catholic on the Library Board when AprilDelegatesaffiliating presented resolutions denouncing the Mayors omission TJiese resolutions were read dis adoptedThe instructed to pay 10 as the dues of Jefferson Countys Federation to the National Council Acting President Rogers read a communication from National Secretary Matre relative to the na itionnl convention to be held in Boston August 912 told of the many advantages to be gained by a visit to that city while the conven tion was in progress and urged nil triplieand most representative gatherings of Catholics ever held in the United States and told how zealously Arch bishop OConnell and his people were working to properly receive and en tertain their visitors Any persons desiring to make the trip can obtain more complete information bycall ing upon Secretary Jnrnes B Kelly or President Newton G Rogers By going properly accredited the Louisville people will not only obtain seats tin the convention hall but tickets for time two public mass meetings as wellMessrs Eugene Cooney and Thomas Feeley were appointed a committee to invite the St Vincent de Pauls Society to affiliate with the local Federation TRIPLE CHURCH EVENT Five former altar boys at St Agnes church New York City took part in the solemn high mass in that church last Sunday It might he called a triple celebrationIt was the first mass of the Rev Father Joseph B Scully who was ordained the day before and the deacon subdeacon and masters of ceremonies though not yet raised to the priesthood were like Father Scully former acolytes in the same sanctuary It was also the fort slxth anniversary of the Rev Father Henry A Brann D D the first graduate of the American College at Rome Father Braun preached the sermon DELIGHTFUL OCCASION Despite the extraordinarily frigid zephyrs that played along the Ohio river Monday night the steamboat Hiawatha carried more than 400 peo ple on the moonlight excursion given under tho auspices of Division 3 A 0 H In fact the weather was really in favor of the excursionists for had it been a warm night the boat would not only have been overcrowded but many would perforce be left behind It was delightful for dancing and promenading and nil who took ad vantage of the trip returned delight ed and refreshed as well as anxious to know when Division 3 would try it again AVESTFD3LDBRENNAN One of the most elaborate wed dings that took place at time Sacred Heart church this season was that which united Miss Theresa Marin Westfield and Edward A Brennan i last Thursday morning The Rev Father Walsh tied time nuptial knot and celebrated the mass that fol loves Time church was handsomely decorated for the occasion and every seat was filled by the friends of the happy young couple 1he bride wore a costume of white moire and bridal veil and carried beautiful bouquet The attendants were JB Brennan bet man A B Brennan Louis u f n Westfield and John Hines After the ceremonies at the church the bridal party and the immediate families of the bride and groom were tendered tlebridesdayMrthrough the East The bride is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs August Westfield Mr Brennan is one of the most popular young men in tne West En- dPLEASING CLOSE Presentation Academy Has Four New Graduates This Year Amid a blaze of glory the pupils of Presentation Academy closed their school year last Monday From the AYe which opened the programme until the final number i Ill e Heaveiis Are Telling there Vvas no lack of interest upon the part of pupils parents patrons and friends of this grand old institution For fifty years and more the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have been ed ucating the sons and daughters of the people of Louisville Some of our ablest men many of our best women had their early training at Presentation Academy No wonder was it then when the hall was filled last Monday by hundreds of friends of academyThe were Misses Ethel Elizabeth Bitzer Rena Wilhelmina Eckert Lucille Katherine ShelleyBesidesconferred upon Misses Florence V Barrett Helen K Gross Katherine F Meagher M Genevieve Warren and literary certificates were re ceived by Misses Marie Katherine Baker Dorothy Vernon Gott and VeryRevdelivered the closing address and conferred the honors and certifi catesThe programme was replete with vocal and instrumental musical num bers as well as essays All in all the commencement was a brilliant ex pression of the years work at Pre sentation Academy IIUSII ATHLETES Will Represent America In Big Olympian Games In London Tho United States will be ably rep resented In the Olympian games in London next month and it is expect ed that the fourteen representatives of the IrishAmerican Athletic Club of iNew York will carry off the honors Martin J Sheridan undoubtedly the greatest allaround athlete In the United States will head the IrishAmerican delegation Other members of the New York Club who will go to London for the big games are A C Allen George G Cameron Harvey W Cohn C J Bacon George V Bonhag Joseph J Bromllow John J Flanagan the great hammer thrower John J Hayes Daniel J Kelly Harry F Porter Lawson Robertson Melvin W Sheppard J P Sullivan and Lee J Talbot It may be that still other representatives of the IrishAmerican Athletic Club will be added to the team before the start is made for London In the recent tournament in Phila delphia Sheridan bent his own record in the free style discus throwing and was In turn beaten by A K Dearborn of the New York Athletic Club Sheridans former record In Philadelphia was 130 feet and one third of an inch This he beat by throwing the discus 130 feet Gl3 inches Ten minutes later Dearborn hurled the discus 139 feet 11 inches Sheridan was the first to congrat ulate the victor LAWN FETE Father Whites Parishioners Anxious to Liqui date Debt A lawn fete and ice cream social for the benefit of St Frances of Rome church will be given on the grounds surrounding the church next Wednesday and Thursday evenings Father Whites parishioners enjoy a reputation for furnishing a most pleasant and entertaining time for all nt an thing they undertake and the mere announcement usually re sults In a gratifying attendance The congregation is working en thusiastically in an effort to make a large payment on the remainder of their church debt Among those who are working energetically for the success of tho affair are Joseph D Bailey Charles Seivert Elmore Sherman Joseph X Kessack George Martin T H Merimee Peter Helm Ed Miller James Russell Miss Rosa Shea Mrs Ed Mueller Misses Julia and Mamie Holloran Minnie Murray and Mary Tobin Many unique attrac tions will be offered for the enter tainment of the patrons The ad mission will be only fifteen cents HAS NEW PLANT The Catholic Register the official organ of the diocese of Denver is now being published from its own plant The Catholic Register is a bright newsy and well edited journal and has the loyal support of Bishop Maiz IRISH AND CATHOLIC Sir Charles Fitzpatrick a devout Catholic has been chosen to repre sent Canada anti Newfoundland at The Hague tribunal to settle the Atlantis fisheries dispute with the United States Sir Charles is the Chief Justice of time Supreme court of Canada I It QUIETLY Did the Republicans Take Their Pleasure in Chicago Convention Kentuckys Fight Seemed to Overshadow nil Other Obstacles Compromise Candidate AVas Chosen to Succeed John N Yerkes NO GLEAM THROUGH GLOOMw Republicans from every State In the Union and from all the Territories and colonial possessions of the United atChicagocandidatesVicePresidemmoY t upon which these candidates were to stand or fall Of course there were tens of thousands of visitors at tho mammoth Coliseum where the con vention was held but the internecine strife in Kentucky overshadowed all other interestsdtionopenedfirst the indications were that the u machine was greased and that the whole show would be over within twentyfour hours The call to order BishopMuldoonthe time of the first session After that Senator Burrows of Michigan was elected temporary Chairman and was expected to sound the keynote of Republican policies for the next four years He had his notes all right and a read from them in a voice inaudible x to 00 per cent of the delegates At 203 oclock the convention adjourned until noon of the next day with nothing The doneotlorvernightdelegates irrespective of the claimsamade by adherents of Fairbanks Knox Cannon and other Presidential oppositiontosupinely and allow the machine to roll over them without rubber tires Wednesday Hon Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts was elected permanent Chairman and the convention appeared to have been certain of subsequent procedures For LodgeinterjectedRoosevelt That settled it for time day The most radical Democrat in the United States honors Mr Roosevelt as President of this country and againsthimviolence But the Republicans went wild forgot Taft forgot the platform and everything else in cheering for Teddy The exhausting stream of enthusiasm blew itself away in thirty delegations all this was going on The Ohio people wanted Taft nominated the Kentuckians did not seem to care a con tinental who the Presidential nominee was if they could decide on the States representatives on the Na tional Committee Kentucky was deadlocked John W Yerkes who has been Kentuckys representative for several years did not attend time convention Mr McCulloch of Owens boro one of the ablest men in the politicalresented Mr Yerkes until the Ken tucky delegation organized Then the fun began Richard P Ernst of the Sixth Congressional district wanted to be the National Commit teeman so did Frank M Fisher of Kentuckydelegation Ernst claimed sixteen Fisher claimed fifteen After several skirmtshesa vote was taken Wednesday and Ernst and Fisher got thir teen votes each It was a deadlock Kentuckydelegates + JudgeAdateThis is the same Judge Burnam that Gov Bradleys friends accused of knifing their candidate at the late Pnoenlx Hill convention Even the most strenuous of the Republican newspapers call attention to the lack of enthusiasm on the part of the dele gates There were occasional out bursts but nothing more The labor vote represented by Samuel W Gompers President of the American Federation of Labor and several of hits colleagues appeared before the committee on resolutions Wednesday and asked for the insertion of planks on Federal injunctions and woman suffrageAs Kentucky Irish American goes to press the wires bring the in WiUiam President He has been in politics all his life served as Federal Judge nnd Governor of the Philippine Islands be fore breaking into the Cabinet He ought to be up to his job if eleoted but the Democrats will have some thing to say about that DR COFFEY HERE Many friends welcomed Dr Tohn Francis Coffey when he passed through Louisville this week to at gathering newspaper fraternity Dr Coffey was for several years nn editorial writer pasthasWhhtleyRepublican Dr Coffey although aim intengeIie + publican never lets politic Interfere with lper oval friendships rt jriiiiiT T iE i t ITLTOSY IRISI AMTli ICA1 7 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancenjement of Irish Americans ad Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians YounglMens 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 Loulivllle PoitoMlce as SecondClass Hitter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West lines St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 20 1908 11KASOX FOIL THANKS Thursday was the least of Corpus Christi the dayo which the faith ful members of the Catholic church honor the bodyof Christ in the Blessed Sacrament of the Euchtrist It is no longer a holyday of obliga tion In the United States ns it once was but it is a day of great devo tion and our Holy Father Pius X has expressed a wish that pastors would observe a trlduum or some similar devotion within the octave In all their prayers and devotions c during this octave it would be well 1 for Catholics to thank the Giver of a nil good for the favors bestowed u tryPduring the past year and to ask Hun to bless the growing crops and fruits t A dispatch from the Agricultural Department at Washington says Mother Earth holds out this year the brightest promise for the American farmer Never since the keeping of statistics has been one of the rec ognized functions of the Federal Government has there been promise of a bigger harvest Every important crop in every section of the country except the Far West at the beginning of this week was in more flourishing condition than ever recorded The harvest of 1907 wns the largest known That is the year the farmers of the West paid off their mortgages and put money in the bank where with to buy pianos tourist tickets for European trips automobiles and other things of luxury their fathers l never imagined possible and their grandfathers never even dreamed of Although corn Is not very well ad vanced the promise is for a crop of substantially 1250000000 bushels to stand against the crop of 1006 which resulted in 1160626470 bushels At going prices that crop is worth to the farmers 625000000 Not a great deal it is true in comparison with the capitalization of the highly favored Steel Trust but still enough to give assurance that the American farmer will not be starved during the coming winter Surely this is something to be thankful for nnil not a Christian in the land should forget It- FALSEHOOD Press reports on Wednesday stated that Archbishop Blenk of Xew Or leans had appeared before the Judiciary Committee of the Louisiana r Senate and lied spoken against gambling at the race tracks The rev port was untrue and on Thursday morning the Associate Press corrected the mistake in the following language The report from here last night stating that Archbishop James II Blenk of New Orleans ap peared before the Senate Judiciary Committee and spoke against race track gambling was an error Arch c bishop Bleak did not appear before II committeeII as strong an apology as the Associated Press ever makes 1 in cases of error but on Thursday IIm afternoon the Louisville Evening Post II contained the following editorial In Louisiana the House has passed what is known ns the Locko bill abolishing race track gambling and by a vdte of eight to seven it will bo reported favorably to the Senate The report was made after a public hearing at which Archbishop James II Blenk who believes the church and churchmen have a right to speak in behalf of measures affecting public moralsopposed race track betting and asked the passage of the bill JDI HOWARDS JOn James B Howard better known as Jim Howard sentenced to the peni tentiary for life for complicity in the assassination of Gov William Goebel was pardoned on Saturday morning left Frankfort at 10 oclocki did not know which way to turn to look for a job arrived in Louisville at noon saw the ball game in the afternoon held an allday levee on Sunday was offered a job in tho Court House and on Monday entered Upon his new duties at 125 a month Tills ought to bring hope to the heart of every convict in the Frankfort penitentiary who has ever voted the Republican ticket tho greater the crime Jtor which he stands con victed the greater will be the emolu mcnts after his pardon Think of Hhe hungry Republicans of Louisville L and Jefferson county who have never committed murder or suffered an Indictment who were willing and Peager to go to work for County Clerk Gabhart for 125 a month What a blow it must have been to besure llqw they must have bleared Mr Gabhart for appointing as Deputy county Clerk a man who had never been a resident of Jeffer= tuen county xept aa a prisoner Jn the county jail Now if Dr Baker had given Howard a job in the health office as an exponent of the Kentucky pure food law it would not have been so bad lOST AI POLITICS The Louisville Evening Post seems much perturbed about Democratic harmony It says that in the Kentucky harmony scheme that Cleve land and sound money Democrats have been left outside Such a state ment is neither new nor true and the Post editor knew it when it was written The Evening Post supported J C W Beckham for United States Senator on the Democratic ticket nnd espoused the cause of Secretary Taft for the Republican nom ination at the same time The Post fought nnd helped to defeat Wa Hnrdln the Democratic nominee for Governor of Kentucky in 1895 It opposed Bryan in 1896 and 1900 and did nothing for Parker in 1904 What right has it to dictate to Kentucky Democrats what they shall do now At present the Post is ostensibly a Republican journal but those who understand it hest realize that it iIs proclaiming Bepublican principles for revenue only It has seen fit to score every Louisville Democrat who has been mentioned in any way in the daily press but it maintains silence regarding the conduct of Detectives Ecker and Foster nnd Policemen Speed and Pickering Does the Post consider the crime of 1905 worse than the crime of 1907 or the Republican primary of April 25 190S Hni the Post lost the city Printing iIt would now be singing a different song UNLUCKY THIRTEEN Time thirteen superstition has croppqd out in the news In n way indi cating the persistence of the belief that this number is a hoodoo The discovery that the New York delegation to the Chicago convention was about to depart from track thirteen at the Grand Central Station led to the precautionary veiling of time track number The Knox boomers on learning that time train which was to transport them from Pittsburg con tained thirteen cars had it held half an hour until an extra Pullman could bo attached The thirteenth annual golf tournament of the Allegheny Country Club has been officially des ignated the fourteenth put of defer ence to the fears of the players What direful portent lies in the fact that a manager of the Taft boom floorofto determine Whet it was learnndl that Gov Hnnly of Indiana who was to nominate Fairbanks had been as signed to Berth No 11t in a Pullman car at Indianapolis there was scur rying around until Berth 14 could be secured for him Last Saturday was 13 but it did not deter Gov Willson from pardoning Caleb Powers and Jim Howard Neither was either of those worthies superstitious enough to wait until the next day to leave prison Howard and Powers believe that No 13 is lucky Will it he lucky for Kentucky Republica- nsENTIIUSIASTIC Ladies Auxiliary Held a Great Meeting This Week Apropos of the outing on Monday the Ladies Auxiliary A 0 II held an enthusiastic meeting Wednesday night with Miss Hose Sweeney the President in the chair Not only were all the local officers present but the State and County Presidents as well The final arrangements for tho outing were made The following committee was named to have full charge of the gala event that Is to be held at White City on Monday Miss Mary Cor coran Chairman Misses Fannie Ken nedjl Rose Sweeney Elizabeth L King Mae and Lillie Callahan Mrs Daniel Dougherty Misses May Coughlin Brldgle Hanralmn Nellie Downey Mary and Anna Butler Julia Hcsslon Josie Godfrey Sadie Fogarty Anna and Mary Shea Mamie Doolan and Mrs Ansbro Tho ladies adopted a motion In viting all of time Hibernian divisions of Louisville New Albany and Jef generally help make it a success FONTAINE PEnnY PARK Although there were many rival attractions In Louisville this week ontaine Ferry Park had its quota ot patrons every afternoon and evening The vaudeville show the band and the numerous tide attractions vied with each other in attracting the crowd The free gate the free concerts and the charming surround Ins add to the popularity of Fon alne Ferry Park each day Another plendld vaudeville bill Is promised for nesjk week 11 socy 1 Mr and Mrs James Crowley of Portland have gone to Wisconsin to make their home Miss Agnes Colgan has returned from Stithton after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives Julius Duval is back from few Haven after a pleasant sojourn among friends and relatives Miss Nellie Lillis of Frankfort iis the guest of Miss Margaret Me Anllffe of Jeffcrsonville Ind Mr and Mrs J F Brady and son of Portland will leave next week to visit friends in Washington D C Miss Daisy Morrissey of Crescent Hill who has been seriously ill of typhoid fever is rapidly convalescing Mrs John T Malone and children have taken possession of their cot tnge at Day View Mich for the sum mer Miss Hattie tiny Gallagher has gone to Liberty Ind to spend a month with her aunt Mrs Joseph Ryan Charles Conner of New Decatur Ala has returned to that city aft n brief visit to his family at Fourth avenue Miss Lily Burns of Waverly Court who has been confined to her home as the result of n sprained ankle Is rapidly convalescing Judge and Mrs Thomas H Gordon and daughter Miss Cecil Gordon will aboutTidyBellewood Master Darwin Elliott of New Haven who submitted to n serious surgical operation in this city has recovered sufficiently to be able to return home John J Barry the veteran editor of the New Haven Echo is able to return to his desk after being con fined to his home with rheumatism for three weeks Mrs W G OISourke of Park View will have as her guest next week Miss Nellie MeAullffe who has been attending St Catherines Academy near Springfield Miss Nellie Gibbons of Fourth and L and Thomas McDermott both prominent young people of South Louisville will be married at holy Name church next Wednesday Miss Lillian Beckhart of Lcxing ton has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Austin J Lynch this week Dur ing her stay she lens been the recipient of many social attentions Mrs lL Kampfmueller J II Keniiv and wife Louis Seeger and the Misses Frances L and Cornelia Minton were among the Louisville people sojourn ing at West Baden Springs this week Mrs William B Doherty and children William Paul and Mary Henri etta left yesterday for Boy View Mich where they expect to spend the summer at their cottage SylI vnnlioe Miss Caroline Johnstone Ritter of this city and Ostrnmter Lloyd ray lor of Chicago were united in mar rirage at the rectory of the Cathe drill of the Assumption Thursday evening D J Glccson head of the jewelry department of the J M Kobinson Norton Dry Goods Company has trillHethe East Mr and Mrs lames Bradley and little daughter Catherine of Coving ton are visiting Mrs Catherine Brad toy of 1113 Garden street Mrs Mary T Barrett of 838 East Main street and other relatives Thomas Shlrcliff and Miss Gertrude Newhouse were united in the holy sacrament of matrimony on Wednesday The groom is a popular member of Mackin Council and the bride has been much admired In West End Catholic circles Miss Laura Iliihn and Robert Bob zlen were married at the Cathedral of the Assumption at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon The attend nuts were Miss Margaret Ilulm and 5f C Moran Mr and Mrs Bobzien have begun housekeeping at 723 Shelby street Miss Nellie Houghton of New Albany and Harry Began of Speeds Ind were married at Holy Trinity church New Albany Tuesday morn repnlredimmediately where the groom had prepared a home for his bride Thomas Camfield Sr who has been confined Ito his home on Payne street by illness during the past seven months was able to be out on the streets this week He was warmly greeted by his old friends among the Hibernians and Catholic Knights of America Wendolin R Leighton and bride formerly Miss Nellie Sweeney of Jasper Ind spent several days in Louisville on their bridal trip up the Ohio river While In this city they were the guests of time brides aunt Mrs Martin Schcurlch of Twenty sixth and Magazine streets Mr and Mrs James T Shelley gave i delightful supper nt their home 2040 Alford avenue Sunday evening In celebration of the first holy communion of theIr little daughter Alice and son Richard The guests were their maternal grandmother the luntfi uncles and cousins of time happy little ones The wedding of Miss Mayme C ONenl and John A OConnor will bo solemnized at 2 oclock on the after noon of Wednesday June 24 at St ilichaels church the Rev Father Martin OConnor officiating Miss Ethel linger a cousin of the bride will be tho maid of honor and John Prj Kelly will be thef best man Will LyonIi and Henry Woodford will be the ushers After the ceremony Mr 1 and Mrs OConnor will hold a reception at the home of the brides par ents 180 Shelby street The bride elect has been much admired in East End society circles and the groom is a well known machinist After a brief Eastern trip Mr and Mrs OConnor will be at home at 180 Shelby street Misses Rose and Nora Cummings have returned from a delightful trip ito the Ozark mountains Mrs E F Bohno and little son of Cincinnati were the guests of Mr and Mrs Den J Gerst of St Cath erIne street during the present week Mss Mary Bradley of 1113 Garden street who was confined to her home for ten days the result of injuries sustained in a street car accident is again able to be out Mrs Thornton and daughters Mrs Wise and Miss Nellie Thornton former residents of Louisville hut now of Buffalo are guests of Mr nnd Mrs Charles A Hill and other friends Miss Eugenia Spalding who has been visiting her brother the Very Kev Monsignor Edward L Spalding of Alton Ill wnsjic guest of her WestcousinChestnut street several days this week but left liter for her home in Bardstown Miss Spalding Is nccom panted by Mss Nell McCarthy of Alton Miss Marie Glover the talented daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Glover who has been Studying vocal and instrumental music In European conservatories during the past year sailed from Cherbourg on Wednesday and will arrive in jjouisvllle next Thursday to spend several weeks with her parents On July 10 Miss Glover accompanied by her mother will return to Europe to resume bier studies Mr nnd Mrs John C Graves enter tained n number of friends at their home 944 Fifth street last night In honor of Mr amid Mrs Samuel J Seining who were married recently receptionintoyoung couple and deluged them with ninny useful presents Mrs Schang was formerly Miss Anna May Willett The evening was passed with euchre and music Miss Mary M Grander and Thomas F Filburn were united in matrimony nt St Bonifaces church at 0 oclocl Wednesday morning The bride if the daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Grunder mid Mr Filburn is a trusted employe of one of Louisvilles big department stores Although the wjed ding was at an early hour there were ninny friends of the young couple on hand to witness the ceremony and offer congratulations St Charles Borromeos church was filled at 4 oclock Wednesday after noon by friends of Miss Lydia Stick ler and Chits J Wiedemer who were united in the holy bonds of matri mony by the llcv Father Charles P Itaffo The attendants were Misses Anna Crawford and Verna Bonen borger and Messrs George Wiedemer and Harry Krebs The happy young couple left for a months trip to Denver Colorado Springs and other points of interest in the great North west The Sacred Heart church was filled nt 7 oclock Wednesday morning by the friends of Miss Mamie King and Michael Mcagher who were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev Father Patrick Walsh The bride is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs James W King of IJM Eighteenth street while the groom is a nephew of D J Meagher tho well known Seventhstreet grocer After a breakfast at the home of time bride Mr and Mrs Meagher went to St Louis on their bridal tour On their return they will begin housekeeping 011 Turk avenue One of the attractive June brides of St Bonifaces parish was Miss Mamie Lelsman who on Wednesday morning became Mrs Herman Klein helter Time bridesmaids were Missus Bettie Moellman and Catherine Leis man Time ushers were Frank Leis IIenryIlelnhelterNuptial mass followed the wedding rite The bridal party was tendered a reception and breakfast at the home of time brides rather John C Leisman 319 East Gray street Later coupleleftand Chicago The bride and groom will make their home at Celestine lad where Mr Kleinhelter Is in business The wedding ceremony that united Miss Emma Josephine Huber and Ed ward J Fox at St Pauls church Wednesday morning was followed by a solemn nuptial mass with the Rev Father Thomas A York as celebrant Rev Father Leo Greulich as deason Rev Father Bonaventure Cicek as subdeacon and the Rev Father O P Ackerman as master of ceremonies Miss Anna Huber n sister of the bride was maid of honor William Brecker of St Matthews was time best man The ushers were Edward Hoban L Steinmetz Louis Sayer and Leo Marchand Breakfast was served at the home of the bride 1628 Shelby street After an extended Eastern tour Mr and Mrs Fox will be at homo to their friends at 2120 Twenty sixth street CHILDRENS IIAPPV DAY Last Sunday was a happy day for several hundred boys and girls To them It was not only Trinity Sunday but the day on which they received their first holy communion At St Martins church there was a class of 120 St Cecilias had a class of ninety boys and girls probably the largest of any English speaking con gregation in Louisville this year The class at St Vincent de Pauls numbered sixtysix St Peters forty seven St Elizabeths thirtynine Immaculate Conception twenty St Michaels seventeen AMATEUR BALL GAMES The Champions of Chicago will play a series of three games against the Champions of Louisville at Spring Bank Ball Park this alter noon tomorrow and Monday Each of the games will be called promptly- at 330 oclock 0 fIFIRSTI ANNUL- PICNIC l UNDER AUSPICES O- FLadies AuxiliaryAncient Hibernians WHITE CITY Monday June 22 ADMISSION lOc1 Home Phone 5687 Climb Main 464 y HENRY FUGH FLORIST Funeral Designs and Flowers for all occasionsG- REENHOUSESCharles and Texas Sts STOREHopkins Theatre Building KNIGHTS 1 I OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Cretin Councllof Wntertown South Dakota will initiate a class of sixtyseven tomorrow National President Cummings de clares twothirds of the Hibernians are Knights of Columbus Of the 500 Knights who attended SpolmlllWashpriests At Cincinnati today Archbishop Elder Council and Norwood Council arc holding their annual outing at Aroca Park exemplificationevening of June 24 This will be the fourth exemplification of the third degree within one year by Utica CouncilJoseph L Leo C and Louis C Grady of Kuthben lo va pro the KnightsTheyat Mason City Iowa at the latest meetingThe at Mason City Iowa has purchased a site for a new home at a cost of 40000 The members have formed a building company with a capital stock of 100000 They propose to erect a sixstory build ingThe Knights lord a great day at Connersville Ind last Sunday when colleaguesfromwith them in the initiation of a larg combination class Connernville Coun cil put on the first degree Dr Thomas P heart and Gym Maher of Covington the second and the filch mond Intl Council exemplified time third degree HAPPY FAMILIES happydayFrank Martin Dan Driscoll and John Fallon three Louisville boys all studying for the priesthood and all from St Johns parish will return from college at Ellicott City Md for the midsummer vacation Mr Fallon Is a son of Mr and Mrs Fergus Fallon 028 East Green street Mr Driscoll is o son of Officer Frank P Driscoll 1325 Hamilton avenue and Mr Martin Is a son of Albert F Martin of 635 East Gray street En route home they will stop at Balti more to visit Brother Osmund one of their former teachers GOOD APPOINTMENTS Under the provisions of the bill enacted by the last session of the Ken tucky Legislature Commonwealths Attorney Joseph M Huffaker has appointed Frank Carroll and Chris Mueller Jr as special detectives for Ills office Both appointments meet popular approval Mr Carroll was DeputySheriffsand Mr Mueller Is a son of Representative Chris Mueller Like his alhcr ho is an ardent Democratic worker and is popular among his fellow citizens ESTIMABLE LADY DEAD Mrs Elizabeth C OBrien one of the best known and most beloved ladles in the parish of St Louis Ber rand died at her home 1433 Seventh street Monday morning Death re suited from a complication of ailments and although Mrs OBrien had been in poor health for several weeks past her death was not expected until n few hours before the end came She was the widow of Patrick OBrien and had lived in St Louis Uertranda parish since It was founded forty years ago Quiet un ry T 1 jy8yx I I SUITSI8 Browns Greys Fancy Blues Stripes Checks and Over Plaids g hand tailored throughout cuff sleeves peg pants side buckles with or without cuff bottom regular 20 GOODS NOW 998 AT TUB BIG SALE I IM S IiIncorporatedLYJL 534 W Market St Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters ARTHUR J KINSELLA Manager ba pjkEWORKSi A Car Load just received from the A L Due Fireworks Co makers of the best fireworks in the world OUR ASSORrlUENTS Put up in 50c 1 2 3 5 and 10 boxes save you much time and trouble SUTCLIFFE CO 225 FOURTH AVENUE INCORPORATED J j FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL 517529 Fifth Louisville Ky RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY Centrally located on all car lines accessible to all parts of the city and parks ij 1HO1 MADE LIGHT AND EASY BY THE 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W JEFFERSON TBIBPIIONBS73 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet oth and lotbT- 8LBPIIONB 2833 mo es m srassurala FOR Furniture Of nil kinds at the lowest prices 00 to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET ostentatious and charitable she made illyshrIneslowing children JohnJ Eugene Thomas Patrick and Miss Nora u r Renews Clothes Dresses Etc It as If magic I bright i No work taking up carpets to on or on of of postage in your or writel or Hand Tile a m f 4- L no no of or M r AS GREAT AS EVER IS OUR SHOWING OF Carpets and RUES Best qualities and low prices offeringsWen y WALL PAPER and guarantee satisfactory work at a reasonable price UubbuchBros 5242628 W MARKET STREET OBrien The funeral took place from St Louis Berirands church Wefljtwf dday morning the solemn service be ing attended by many relatives and Sorrowing friends I FMM I r I i I IK3TITcgY IRISH AltIERIOAN ti I NINAWEB PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS r Improved and beautified and with every modern attraction Including restaurant theater dancing pavlllion roller coaster merrygoround laughing gallery and many other novelties Societies and churches will find this the ideal place to hold their summer outings PARK ELEOTRIOATjtjY 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 tt Gran We Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 N 4 NOON+NNONN4NN NNNNNON E TRACY L H STRAUB + iiJ PHONES 363 I iiBOTHTRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CardsdrVNoUched on 1531 W MARKET STREET NNNNNNN NNNNON INOMN ONNONONNN- D f H t tt t t t J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT t IOU tlERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET f tttttttH HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Jaain Street THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AH oils promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Its easy to figure how you can save money by using Diamond Wall Plaster Its the kind that goes on to stay and saves repair bills Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone B55 HENRY MOLDDEALKR IN 1 Staple andd Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old WbUklri a Specialty mu w 540WWALNUJ s FLOWERS FOR Weddings and Parties Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer FLORIST o MASONIC 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 Lanning BEST QUALITY PITTSBURQ COAL Home Phone 1783 Office and Yard 7th and Magnolia CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 032 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attentiot and satisfaction guarant- eedHERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Dealt ers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TilfphOBi 1JH8 234 SIXTH STREET t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- Newa Notes Members of the order in Passaic county N J have endorsed Richard McCiinn one of their number for National Secretary Division 2 appreciated the visit of State President George Butler at the last meeting mild warmly applauded his stirring address Much Interest Is already manifest ed In the field tiny for July 4 Dlvls Ions 1 and 4 are now selecting their strong men for the tug of war A new division has been organized at FoleyI Minn This Is the first ill vision In the county but It Is expecuvl to organize several more In the near futureMilwaukee Hibernians have secured John Mitchell the great labor leader for orator of the day at the granu Irish celebration in Schlitz Park on August 8 County President Murphy and his associates arc down to hard work for the State convention They hope to make it the most notable one ever held in Kentucky According to State President Dor sey of New York Onondaga county of which Syracuse is the county seat stands higher in point of membership than any county in the Empire State Division 1 meets luesdnynight with much business to be transacted mull definite action to be taken on several important questions Presi dent M ploy requests the presence of every member The meeting of Division 3 next Taarsday night will be an Important one and every member should be present Arrangements for the trip to Indianapolis will be discussed and the Marching Club will report When Bishop Hennessy visited Mineral Kas he was given a great reception by the division there and his words of encouragement for the order were hailed with enthusiastic applause and filled his auditors with delightAll ho go up the river with Divis ion 3 next Monday night will have a most enjoyable time The commit tee hits secured a fine orchestra and made arrangements for a splendid programme of amusements and In addition there will be an abundance of refreshments Division 2 meets Friday night when 1It is expected several more applications will be filed President Con lord Is giving the division a splendid administration increasing the membership and finances of the body Visitors are invited and always receive a cordial welcome The Ladies Auxiliary will receive reports next Wednesday night from the committees arranging the White City outing The women expect to Introduce new features for that oc casion and make it the greatest event since their organization All the members are urged to attend this meeting ALT EYES OX THEM The Kansas City Blues will try again this afternoon and tomorrow to stem the victorious march of our doughty Colonels just now the star attraction of the American Association and this too after being doped out by the critics all over the circuit as being no better than second divis- Ion possibilities The Louisville club is playing Ithe best fielding game of any of the teams and if Capt Jimmy Burke can develop their hitting qualities a little more the pennant flag will not only be a possibility but a certainty As indications point to another big Sunday crowd the man agement should secure enough police to handle them and also secure a competent corps of ushers for the reserved seat pavilion as there was n constant shifting of seats all dur ing itthe game last seated on account of patrons being incorrectly at first VICTIMS OF ACCIDENT Miss Emma Lanahan of 1325 Eden stile avenue was badly bruised In a street car accident in St Louis Inst Sunday night She was visiting her cousin Mrs George L Lanahan in that city and both were injured when the car left the track and turned on Its side Miss Lanahan is a daughter of Capt Thomas Lana han Station Master at Union Station Tenth and Broadway She IP not expected to return home for several days Fortunately no bones were broken ARCHBISHOP RETIRES The resignation of Archbishop Denis OConnor of Toronto has been accepted and he has been noti fied from tome that Bishop Fergus Patrick McEvoy of London Ontario will succeed him Ills retirement will take place next Wednesday In a letter to his priests he thanks tnem for their kindness during his tenure of office and asks that their prayers ninny go with him In his rev tirement PREPARED TO CELEBRATE The Columbia Athletic Club will give its first social festival and dance at Zieglers Park on South Shelby street Monday night The organization is composed of representative young Catholics of the southwestern section of the city There will be a good band to furnish dance music and plenty of refreshment I FIIIEMAX INJURED Martin Joyce a ladderman of the Xo 2 Hooks while fighting a fire at the American Seeding Companys streetsnlast Sunday morning was struck on the head by a piece of falling slate He was rendered unconscious but Is now out of danger JjANOASTEUMAOV I Miss Nettle Lancaster of Flaherty and Burton Macy of Vine Grove were married at St Martins church Vine Grove on Wednesday The Rev Father Nicholas Niehaus performed the ceremony Both bride and groom belong to the best families In Hardin county U i J Y MII I DAYAT White City Tuesday June 16 Under Auspices of MACKINand TRINITY Councils of This City and UNITY Councilof New Albany CHILDREN FREE ADMISSION 10 OS J KNIGHTS OF OOLIIBIIS1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where ONeill Neb has a council of over 300 members that has built a home that cost 18000- Applications have been received for time organization of councils in England Ireland Belgium and Italy It is preldctcd that within another year many councils will be instituted in nt least four European countries For the purpose of securing Its own home the council at Dayton Ohio has named n permanent committee of three members Rev Father Brcnnan of Wausau Wis has presented his council with a beautiful quarter sawed oak sta tion for the Grand Knights use Jeffersonvllle is to have a council at an early date Louisville Council will confer the first and second degrees and Evansvllles team will put on the third The Committee on Extension of the Order will make its report on the proposed extension to Europe at the next quarterly meeting of the Na tional Board of Directors San Salvador Council of Now York City will hold Its annual athletic games at Oltic Park Saturday June 27 The games have been sanctioned by the American Athletic Union Last Tuesday at Appleton Wis time third degree was conferred on about sixty candidates Preparatory for this event Fond du Lac had a class of twentyfive for the first and second The councils of Connorsville Brookvllle and Uushvllle Ind will told a joint initiation at Connorsvllle tomorrow A banquet will follow the ceremonies which will attract large delegations from the surrounding territory RECENT DEATHS Dentil invaded the home of Mr std Mrs George J Shea 933 Fifth street last Tuesday night and car fled away time spirit of their beauti ful daughter Miss Virginia M Slien a promising nineteenyearold girl She had been suffering from lung trouble for several months and her lentil was not unexpected The fu neral took place from St Louis for trnnds church yesterday morning Die deceased wns a most lovable Voting woman and her death is much deplored Time funeral of Mss Mary Cain who diednit 041 East Jefferson street Monday morning took place from St Michaels church Tuesday morning The deceased was nineteen years old Severn brothers and sisters survive her and she was held In high esteem by a large circle of friends ST LEOS EXERCISES The closing exercises of St Leos parochial school at Highland Park will be held in the school hull at 8 oclock on the evening of Thursday June 18 There will be the usual school choruses little dramas recI- tations musical numbers and drills closing with the distribution of medals anti premiums and an address by the pastor the Rev Father J J Fitzgerald Among the children who will take part in the entertainment are Frank Wright Margaret Schwier maun Carrie Kuhn Bernardino Wright Jacob Marcel E Coomes Mary Schwiermann Ruth Kustes R DcCoursey and Will Braun REVEREND VISITOR The Rev ather Clarence Meyer O F M of Wichita Kan visited his sisters amid brothers at Third and Breckinridge streets several days and left for his rectory on Wednes tiny Father Meyer was born and raised in Louisville and while here met many old friends and acquaint ances who were glad to welome him to his boyhood home- AWARDED MEDALS The closing exercises of St Marys Academy New Albany were held in the acedemy Tuesday night Miss lichen Gohmann was awarded a gold cross for general proficiency Misses Lula M Manus and Louise lanna ell received silver medals for their ex cellent work during the year Il- IRELAND Record of the Host Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From exchanges The Irish pilgrimage to Rome will leave Dublin on Friday October 16 Belfast trams are not paying and ninny employes hue been dismissed The erection of the new free II brary nt Downpatrick has been com menced Ten thousand people are engaged in the manufacture of shirts and col lam in Derry Only undefended civil bills were presented to Judge Klsbey at the last quarter sessions of Ardee At the latest of the petty sessions of Castlebelllngham court there were no cases of any public interest heard Northwest Donegal farmers sits talned serious loss from grub large oat fields having been resown and Rome planted with flax Dr Sellnrs of Dumlalk has beer chosen as one of Irelands rifle teams of four In the Olympian games al the FrancoBritish Exhibition July 9 Miss Maggie McCabe County Lontli daughter of Patrick McCabe of the Dromod neighborhood has been recommitted to the Insane asy lumThe Carlow Urban Council has accepted Andrew Carnegies gift to ward the establishment of a free li brary in that town Bishop Folej has approved the undertaking William Robert Rogers a well known solicitor of Dundalk Is dead as the result of ailments attendant upon old age He celebrated his golden jubilee as a solicitor several years ago A beginning has been made on the erection of the monument to the lllus trlous Charles Stewart Parnell In OConnell street Dublin The statue has been temporarily reposing In theI Royal Hibernian Academy Patrick Coy James McLoughlin and Michael Furlong have been re leased from Galway jail whore they were confined one month for as saulting Head Constnble Murphy and nn acting Sergeant during the Gralla farm disturbance A mass meeting was held at Drogheda to urge the authorities of the new University to make Irish an essential subject In the entrance and subsequent examinations The very Rev Father Seagrave and Sir Henry Bolllngham were among the speak ers The will of the late Father Pat rick F Walsh has been admitted to probate Ho disposes of an estate worth 11500 A large part of the estate is left to church and charities and the residue to his brother the Rev Father Nicholas Walsh of Clon mel County Tlpperary The Catholic ladles of Clones to gether with the Children of Mary Sodality attached to the Cathedral of St Louis have secured two costly silver chalices of Celtic design and workmanship to be presented to His Holiness Plus X on the occasion of his golden sacerdotal jubilee GllAXI OLD COLLEGE The annual commencement exer lisas of Mount St Marys College at Knimitsburg Mel will be held from Monday until Thursday next week ilotint St Marys is called the lftother of Bishops because so many of its students have been raised to Episcopal honors Time college has a peculiar interest for lien tacky because its President is the Hev Father Denis ilynnI formerly of Louisville and Father John r rierney also of this city holds the Important chair of dogmatic theology Besides Kmniet Kennedy and Joseph Driscoll both of Louisville are preparing for the priesthood at Mount St Marys The seminary will celebrate its centennial in October FOXTAIXE FERRY PARK Throngs are visiting Fontaine Ferry Park every afternoon and veiling It Is a great relief to weary fathers and tired mothers to take their children from the heat mil dust of the city to such a cool and refreshing spot In addition to free entrance to the park and free concerts tho numerous pay attrac ions invite the crowds Next week- a new vaudeville bill will be offered and it is said to be one of superior excellence Cooks Band continues to prove popular and Miss Emma Partridge the soprano soloist wins fresh laurels at each concert The dancing pavillion is as popular as ever with the young folks THREE NEGRO PRIESTS fire negro priests celebrated a solemn high mass at St Peters Clavers church in Baltimore last Sunday It was the first time in the history of the Catholic church in America that three priests of the negro race have officiated together The celebrant of the mass was Hev Father John Henry Dorsey of St Tohrt College Montgomery Aln Itev Randolph Uncles of Epiphany College Walbrook as deacon and Rev John Plantlgue as subdeacon- St Peters Clavers Is a colored con gregation and the church was crowded by negroes of all creeds HARTIGANS RISE Thomas L Hnrtlgan one of the lelegates front the Philippine islands to the Republican national convention and who is expected to second the nomination of Secretary Laft has become quite prominent in Filipino affairs lIe was formerly Superintendent of city delivery In the Chicago Postoffice and at the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican Will went to the front its a Major of volunteers in nn Illinois regiment His regiment was sent to time Philip- pInes and when it was mustered out Major IIartigan remained to practice law Since then he has been a leader In affairs pertaining to the government of the Islands Panamas with the wide scarf fall Ingat the back are in with renewed popularity Held on with striking hatpins they are quite nobby for the young girl graduate FRANK fEUR BREWING CO ZNOORPORAT D Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191omoPhone 1913 THE 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 BYtSENN ACKERMANtBREWING COMPANY r INCORPORATED r xYTELEPHONE 4 ASK IT Oiu FALLS CITY BEER i ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 COMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATUDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERP 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KV CHOICE Gut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES 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 cnre and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle Ind OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Aloneylease Our Dentistry You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist IOPPIORC42 FIFTH STKKKT Nome Phone 1942 Cumb South 6- 28TflOSJlEflNEY CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra charges Patent medicines at cut prices See our complete line of post cards Household cleaning preparations at cut prices I XSMCH AWIS OAK J f T R SuruerStylesat reasonable prices MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Proprietor Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones Give your boys an education that will prepare them lor life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Loulavllle Ky theXaverlanBrotherClaasical- dienli5cand11uslnesCourrtsPre pertmentLarge SwimminoPmoL Veil Equipped lie rmnelum Term Moderate Brq lames lilt HENRY AAIJJ 1 PPULLU DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparell WORK GUARANTEED Pfoms52i Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CI6AK VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning frosuf jWi to 1280 ocloek UNfJRON law- N rl I Sn T KENTUCKY IRISH AM1iRICAN THE BIG STORE Special Sale High Grade Mens Pants 350Straw Hats For Men and Boys I 98c 148 198 THE BIG STORE 424 West Market St Between IIFourth and Filth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO- t oJ p FRANKLIN BANK CAPITAL 10000000 A SURPLUS 1000000 JOHN S WOODS President DR J C WILLIS Vice Pre4 LOREN B WILLIAMSON Vice Pros R C HEAD Cashier We Pay 4 Per Cent InterestO- N TIME DEPOSITS SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN ON SATURDAYS UNTIL 9 P M 240 FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE KY THE BEAUTIFUL AND CHARMING BABY GRAND CHICKERINGHighest point of perfection reached in this piano We would enjoy talking to you about this Baby 4 Grand and demonstrate its marvelous tone qualities With this invitation we hope to see you soon IY10NTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated oRB6t3O FOURTI AVENUE IOJfFOR BEST ICED TEA Use Mulloys special grade Green Black or Mixed Tea a- t45c POUND Mulloys Teas and Coffees are unexcelled as to quality and the prices are always right SPEOIATJ GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C MUJLLO COFFEE ROASTER Horn Phoni 1333 Xai4 W MAKICHiT STREET o 8 p a JjJfJi 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 VOTE FOR y HERMANN D NEWCOMB c I Candidate For- T CONGRESSSubject1 to Action of Democratic Party5th Congressional District + a aaaaaaoaa0 rfI ft6 cSas fie Rooers BOOK GO 4 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES a ITOSUIT EVERY TASTE Wa us a line of goods They are the 3= r finest oftheir kind in the cityiBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + a 434 W Jefferson Street C0 0a + a + ss + + praaS8 UNION ICE CREAM COc v lJarufaoturer of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have opr own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ales us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors i Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y I II 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 11ON217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE t IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MONBix TO LOANSIrfrww sruvr r RI I liW 1I1I IJcltlraH a I PICNIC AND FIELD DAY GIVEN BY THE Ancient Order of Hibernians AT WHITE CITY 4thJU LY4LhWe- Saa Dancing Music Irish Field Sports the great TugofWar between picked teams I ADMISSION TEN CENTS I YM L DAY Hustling Young Men Are Striving to Win Big Success Tuesday will be Y M I day at the White Cityand it promises Ito bo a record breaker for that resort this season About 1200 of the best hustlers among the young men iIn Louisville and New Albany are strh ing to make the affair a Success The enterprise will be under the joint auspices of Mackin and Trinlt Councils of Louisville and Unit Council of New Albany Each of these councils hnsr appointed its sev cral committees which tire workin conjointly Over all Is the following committee Eugene 7 Cooney JJ Aslmbrnnncr Andrew M 3viefl fcr A Ringenberg Den J Sand Charles 1 F Pfeffer William Hillerich John S Martel Edward P Wulf Charle S- HaW James T Shelley and John 11 Sullivan Sr- Children will beadmitted to the llI1rk both afternoon and evening without charge Special arrangements hat been mole for those who like 10 dance and an excellent band will lIc in attendance Mackins Social CluL assisted by members of the othu two councils will have charge of th dancing puvillion Whatever fund s accrue will be used in receiving a1111 entertaining delegates to the Supreme Council next fall PLAN NEW COUNCIL Raymond Stanton Bernard Col and Police Commissioner John B Murphy have their plans well in hail for the institution of a council of the Knights of Columbus in Jeffer sonvllle They expect to start out with a class of fortyseven and are now awaiting final instructions from the State Deputy before fixing the exact date though it is likely that Tate 21 or Tune 28 wilj be chosen Louisville Councils degree team will confer the first and second degrees and a team from Kvansville Cotinci will put on the third The Initiation will be held in the hall of theJef fersonville ElUs and a banquet will follow the initiation HEADS OFF The Board of Public Safety Thursday afternoon dismissed Detective Edward Ecker and Patrolman Pick srlng both charged with conduct unbecoming policemen Ecker was accused specifically of raising a dls urbanco in a house in the tenderloin district Pickering was there too rut gave as an excuse that ho wen here after his umbrella Ecker did rot even have a parachute as an excuse for his conduct The Kentuck Irish American called attention to the delinquencies of these officers ast week Both were proteges of he GrinsteadBullitt regime SILVER JUBILEE The Rev Father John OConnor pastor of Holy Name church Soutl Louisville will celebrate ids silver sacerdotal jubilee next Wednesday 1he initial and greatest feature wil be the solemn high mass at 0 oclock An augmented choir will render tin music of the mass After the mass the ladies of the congregation wil serve an elaborate banquet to the jubilarian and his reverend guests rue entire populace of South Louis dlle will turn out to take n hand in the festivities and to wish Father OConnor many happy returns of the lay DAMAGED 1JV FIRE The accidental overturning of ia lamp at the residence of Mrs Mary T Clines 1110 Seventeenth street Vednesday night caused damage by ire of several hundreds dollars Mrs Mines fortunately had presence of mind to avoid the flames after the amp fell and escaped personal in ury Her many friends will regret to learn that her home was unin uretl and the loss will therefore fall heavily upon her FIFTH ANNIVERSARY The Rev Father Joseph Sermer heim pastor of St Marysofthe Knobs church Floyd county Indi ann celebrated the fifth anniversary of his ordination last Wednesday Solemn high mass was celebrated and the church was handsomely dec rated for the occasion Four other priests who were ordained at the amo time with the celebrant as listed at the mass Two of them were the Rev Father Borrles of St ilarys church and Rev Father lalpln of Holy Trinity church New Albany ANNUAL OUTING Louisville Council Knights of olumbus is arranging to hold its nnual outing in a beautiful grove near New Haven 1he exact date hasnat been fixed but it vill be set or a day early in July A train wit be chartered to carry the 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORYY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First Qnd Third Tuesday Vice PreaidentrPhomasLawler Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurercharles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida v Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T synch Financial Secretary J T Keanej SergeantatArmsJames Sayers SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Moots First and Third Thursda Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackej Financial SecretaryJ G Hessian TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeaataitArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II llenneasy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary William J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P 3iurkeTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermo- ttSergeantatnlrmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall President sTolm Kenney Vice President John u Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Clins Robards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernard Coyle Y JI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han SEcond Vice PresidentSamuel RobertsonRecording Secretary Austin 13 ValshCorresponding Secretary Thomas Bachman Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy FONTAINE FERRY TIlE 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 PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing ontracts GENUINE BOTTLED Dears this trade mark Uy1LL s you find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For picnics out Ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 100810 W Main St Beth Phones Knights and their families to and from the grounds The people of New Haven have promised an old fashioned Kentucky welcome to their prospective visitors TRINITY COUNCIL Will Elect Delegates to the State Convention at Early Date Trinity Council Y M1 T will elect delegates to the Grand Council that meets here in September on Monda evening June 29 On the same ever ing a number of Executive Committeemen and an Inside Sentinel are to be elected This much was decided upon at the meeting of Trinity last Monday night The al tendance was fair und President James B Kelly occupied the chat Five new applications were re ccivcd and all the candidates fill admission were notified that an initiation would be held next Monda evening The committee in cliarg of the new hone reported that work was progressing favorably and that bids on the plumbing and iron work were being received this weekAl award will probably be made at the next meeting The special committee appointed io examine the nlw ritual and ceremony of initiation as prepared by the Supreme Council committee made favorable recom incndations The committee arrang- Ing for the forthcoming picnic also made a favorable report ST JOINS GRADUATES The Very Rev Father Lawrcniv Bax will preside at the fortyeight annual commencement exercises e- St Johns parochial school at Cln and Walnut streets at 730 oclocl Wednesday evening June 24 rho programme is replete with mustcn numbers vocal choruses plcasinj little dramas and childrens drills The graduates this year will 110 Misses Katherine Bowling Fora Cox Alma and Marie Donnelly Mar Driscoll IEdna Droppclmun Christini I ruse Irene Schmitt and Luoi Vcencman and Masters Henry E Baumgarten and Jerome F Young IIIHTIIDAV SUIUltlSE Mrs Henry Bach of Ninth and fQ streets South Louisville wai tendered a surprise birthday ciichri Wednesday evening Among those present were Mrs Jolts Ohmer and daughter Loretiu Mrs Tohn Kurt man Mrs Mary Khnorr Mrs Gus Krieger Mrs Kate Friedenberger Mrs Charles Altiece and chuightci Catherine Mrs Maggie Kichmeyer Mrs Catherine Fitzgerald and Mlsi Mary Hose Fitzgerald The first prize a handsome shirt waist was won by Mrs John Kiirtnmn Mrs Bach proved a delightful hostess and her guests departed wishing hei many happy returns of the tiny BROKE IllS NECK Louis J Woodsmall while bathing with a party of companions at Bres lins quarry pond Payne street neni the Workhouse road last Sunday struck a hidden rock and broke his neck Death was instantaneous Tin deceased was twentyone years old and wits employed by the Loulsvillt Nashville Railroad Company as a switchman lie is survived by his mother Mrs Margaret Woodsmall a sister Miss Eva Woodsmall and a brother William Woodsmall book- keeperI for the Old Times Distiller Company The funeral took plac from St Josephs church Tuesduj morning ORPHEUS CLUB PLANS The members of the Orpheus Club who so successfully put on The Mikado for the benefit of the Cath olic Womans Club will meet at the club house Monday night tpconsider the advisability of making the or ganization permanent Messrs John J Flynn David Maloney Edward Wolfe Tello WebU George Barrett John Crotty and n number of others who took active part in the produc tion are heartily In favor of the project If a permanent organization is effected the club will present one or more operas this fall and winter The repetition of The Mikado Monday night was a success WANT TO KNOW Girls are more superstitious than men and some of the Louisville young latHes insist that there is something in a name They point out that Jimmy Burke has been very successful in managing the LoulslIJe- buseball team and James Frajicis iurke has been successful as the Congressional whip of the Republican arty and of the Taft forces Why loulil not Jimmy Burke Division 4s Secretary manage a wife and house llOld HONOR FOR SOLON Hon Michael C Thornton of New Albany and a member of the Indiana legislature has accepted an Invitation to deliver the principal address MriThorntonpeaker and an ardent supporter ot- the rights of labor j i j m 4kREFRIGERATORS Get ready for summer while you can get Refrig cheap We have just received a car load that will be offered for sale iieratorsas of 550 it This is a great chance Take iiOURLEADER Oak Refrigerator galvanized the ice easily cleaned 75pound leapacityH H THE COLUMBIA H 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