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Vr Jr P I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICA f I rVOltt ME XXNO 26LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 27 1908 PRICE FIVE GALA EVENT I Will Be the Hibernian Field Day and Outing Next Saturday Portland and Umerkk VIll Contest For Honors on Field County Board and the Various Divisions Will Celebrate July 4 GRAND FIREWORKS AT NIGHT Louisville Hibernians are prepar ing for a great tiny on July 4 They expect to be doubly patriotic and will commemoractc the Declaration ot Independence iiiul their love of Ireland lit one millt the sane tine Gratitude is one of the greatest virtues of the Irish character and while they will assemble to playor witness Irish athletic games they will not lose sight of the American anniversary It was the United States that gave them and their fore fathers liberty and homes They will never forget it And so to celebrate the feast of American independence the four local divisions have arranged their annual field day and outing for next Saturday and the White City will be the field of oper ationsIrishmen who have conic from Holy Head and Cork from Dublin and Mayo tire all interested in the tugofwar arranged between Tom ohms Portland Pets and John HemiessyV Limerick Strong Men Mr Iolun is not ready to sprint Ills athletes on the public but President Hcnnessy announces his team us follows Peter and William Luskey John ODonnell Owen Dcvancy John McDermott Pat ODonnell Martin Joyce John Holmes Thomas Farrell John Doolan Put Kenney and Michael Sheehan They are stalwart sixfooters nail the team that beats them will be welcome to Iflie laurels sap President Hen messy Among the other field day events will be egg races for girls potato races for boys putting the shot race for boys under twelve years and one for girls of the same age throwing thjj hammer 100 yard dash and n nning hop step and jump contest Anyone desIring to enter the e ntests I should make their wishes kB wn either to Capt Thomas Dolan 9127 Portland avenue y or to John J Harry at the office of the Kentucky Irish American When the moon crosses between the sun and the earth the sun rays are overshadowed for a brief period but the sun keeps on shining just the same Tust so will it be with the Hibernian outing The field day events will eclipse for a time the other attractions but will by no means interfere with them An ex cellent band in the dancing pavilion will furnish ryllimic measures for nil who like to trip the light fan rustic during the afternoon and evening Besides there will be an additional attraction in the wayof chariot races after the manner of the ancient Greeks and Romans At night there will be a magnificent display of fireworks to add zest and enthusiasm to tthe days festivities County President Murphy and his colleagues and committees from the four divisions Ihave worked hard to make the day a success and the price of admission ten cents ought to put it In the power of almost everybody In the IKallis Cities to take In the outing The divisions from jeffersonville and New Albany are coming across the river in force and the four local divisions have of fered incentives to members to in crease the sale of tickets The indi cations are that the Fourth of July 1908 will be an eventful day for Louisville Hibernians FILLED HALL I Great Crowd Witnessed the Closing of College- Year The large hall a St Xaviers Col lege Second and Broadway was filled to overflowing Monday night when the college department hold its commencement exercises Not content with what they saw nnd hoard Friday night many of tho parents and friends of pupils re turned Monday evening to hear tho final bout in the oratorical contest None were disappointed It was an entertainment to be proud of nnd l Xaverlanlo i and painstaking in educating the J Catholic youths of this city I Robert T Barry who was also the valedictorian won the Frank A Qeher medal in the oratorical con test Before saying farewell to his classmates and teachers Mr Barry delivered an oration on SelfMade Hen He handled his subject in a masterful manner his enunciation excellent and his gestures wern graceful The judges of the contest awarded him tho prize but they had a hard time in picking the winnerr t lDlIIChlLn aggregation of young orator After delivering his saluatory ad dress Charles 11 Oaupin spoke on Ibe Poet Priest of the South The- Otherspealers and their subjects were John F Sullivan Centennial tfone1 Woodson P Lee Religion end Science1 Joseph M Band The Powelrof the C tholip Tress J Henry Curiifh Hoerlz Christian nomoc racy Each of these young men acquitted himself admirably and each had champions in the audience who thought he should have won the prize In the junior class Jeromo Ohllgschlager was awarded a prize of 25 in gold for general merit William O hunts of the class of 1893 delivered the alumni address The exercises closed with an instruc tive address by the Very Rev Father Louis Q Deppen EAItNEsrJrOIUfEUS Will Represent Mackin at Forthcoming Grand Council The election of delegates to the Grand Council of the Y M I was the feature of paramount interest at the meeting of Mackin Council Tuesday night Tile attendance was fair considering the warm weather and the following delegates were chosen President Robert T Burke Thomas D ClInes Frank Lunahan John T Kenny and Supreme Direc tor James T Shelley Each of these gentlemen have worked long and earnestly in the interest of the council and the order and will ably rep resent Mackin at the coming State convention President Itiirke presided through out the meeting and the contests for delegates were spirited but friendly The alternates chosen are Charles Rainy Dan Weber 11lilianl M1 lug gins Edward Mackey mind John StewartFour members were reported on the sick list and the council was grieved to learn that John Boland who had been improving suffered a relapse and was very 111 Two appli cations were received und the candi dates elected Tho Library Committee reported that three volumes of the Catholic Encyclopedia had been received and installed in the councils library The matter of uniting the eunuchs of Ohio Pennsylvania and Indiana with the iKentucky jurisdic tion was discussed at some length lint the project did not find favor The matter was not definitely settled however DOUBLE EVENT Confirmation and Dedica tion Combined at North Vernon St Marys church North Vernon Ind was crowded to the door last Sunday morning when the flight Rev Denis ODonoghue auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis administered the sacrament of confirmation to a class of fifty boys and girls During time ceremonies he was assisted by the Rev Fathers Boersig of Madison and Joseph aglemann of St Ann Ind After mass and confirma tion the children were given a boun tiiul breakfast by the pastor Rev Father George Weidrin assisted by the ladies of the congregation At the close of the feast Bishop ODon oghue addressed the children on the subject of confirmation During tho morning also Bishop ODonoghue dedicated the handsome and commodious new parochial school building More than 500 vis itors from surrounding townships and counties were in attendance Excellent music was Turnished by the K C Hand of Madison and the North Vernon brass band At the close of the dedicatory ceremonies Jushop ODonoghue delivered a ser mon on the general events of the tiny nnd the feast of Corpus Christi In the afternoon Hon Thomas tI Mora a prominent young attorney of Jennings county Ind delivered n lay address at the school house in which he PAid high tribute to the Catholics of Jennings county and their achievements for the church VICTIM OF SAn ERROR Unusually pathetic were the cIr- cumstances surrounding the death of little Ethel May Sanders at her home 2215 Griffiths avenue on Sat urday of last week The little girl received her first holy communion on the previous Sunday and before mass was over she fainted Upon reaching her home the childs mother in a moment of excitement gave her a spoonful of carbolic acid mistaking it for medicine The mistake was not discovered in time Physicians and friends did all possible to alleviate the childs sufferings but she succumbed to death on Saturday The deceased was the daughter of Mr and Mrs II G Sanders and was twelve years old Time funeral took place from St Cecilias church Monday morning WIOKIIAM EXONERATED Officer Con Wickhnm was entirely removed from criticism in the Police Court last Monday when arraigned for the Wiling of Luther Norwood It was proven beyond a doubt that Norwood had sought trouble with Officer Wlckham and that the latter only fired in selfdefense and after he had been nssnulted and knocked down Wicklunn has been on the Louisville police force for a number of years and has a splendid record for peace and sobriety IIONOU FOR TARPEY Thomas W Tarpey a lending Hi bernian and member of the Knights of Columbus was honored this week by being placed on the committee of resolutions at the national convention of the Travelers Protective Association at Milwaukee The Ken tacky delegation was united on every proposition offered and the election of Mr Tarpey as the States repre sentative on such an important coon mlttee is a tribute to TouliiviUe as well as the man- Y t ieJ f1 fiGURES Show How Certain States Can Change the Countrys Policy Middle West Will He the Main Battle Arena in Coining Campaign Bryan Will Undoubtedly Be the Leveler of the Demoeratie Hosts REPUBLICANS ARE LOSING HEART Timings are simmering down to a working basis in national politics and since the nomination of William Howard Taft for President null James Schoolcrnft Sherman for Vice President on tho Republican ticket the wise leaders in both parties hove gotten down to practical mathe matics Both sides practically con ceded that the Middle West is to be the battle ground Kentucky will go hack to the Democratic party and the Solid South of course Tile Republicans of New York feel that the people of their State arc dis gusted with the Hughes regime and are not a bit sanguine about carry ing the State for Taft even with Sunny Jim Sherman as the Tuft kites tail In 1004 there were 470 votes In the Electoral College but the admission of Oklahoma as a State increased this to 483 This will permit 242 to elect In the States of the Middle West Indiana has fifteen votes Illinois twentyseven Michigan four teen Minnesota eleven Nebraska eight Kansas ten Wisconsin and Iowa each thirteen total 111 Each of these States have a grievance against the Republican party Fair hauls Indianas candidate for the Presidential nomination was run over by Chauffeur Hitchcock Cum mins of Iowa who aspired to the Vice Presidential nomination got a side swipe that settled his aspira tions Illinois wanted Cannon but his adherents were canonized Nebraska will go solidly for Bryan In fact each of these eight States have a grievance und in the aggre gate hold the balance of power In the electoral college of 1904 there were 330 votes including the above 111 cast for Theodore noose velt and 140 for William Jennings Bryan Take the 111 from Taft this year and give them to the Demo cratic nominee and he will have 241 Then add the seven new votes from Oklahoma and he will have 248 or six more than is necessary to elect Besides thore is no telling what may happen in New York It is almost ns certain as human forecasts can make it that Bryan will be nominated by the Democratic national convention which will as semble at Denver July 7 A good live running mate from the Middle West is what the Democratic managers are looking for John Mitchell former President of the United Mine Workers and the ablest labor leader in America might have had the Democratic nomination for Governor of Illinois he might also have hind the nomination for Vice President Mr Mitchell has declined the Gub ernatorial nomination on the ground that he is not much of a politician Mr Mitchell has a position In Chi cago that will pay him 0000 n year and Ills health will not provent him entering a long and vigorous cam paign A good man from Kansas Minnesota Indiana or Wisconsin would add strength to the ticket headed by William Jennings Bryan Already there is alarm in the Re publican camp and Shermans rec ord in Congress is being attacked both in New York nnd in other States N B Scott of West VIrgInia who has served twelve years as Na tional Committeeman from that State has signified his intention of withdrawing nnd gives as a reason I have been through three success ful campaigns and I do not want to have my record broke- nDINNERDANCE Mackin Council Shows Its Gratitude for Past favors As a slight token of appreciation Mackin Council entertained the mem bers of its Choral Club with a dinner and dance at the Gait House from 8 oclock until midnight Thursday night The entire chorus as well as the principals who took part in time operetta A Mile From Town en joyed the fete The menu was con ducted in accordance with Manager Shaughnessys best style and the music was declared to be the best ever by the young folks who took part in the terpsichorean festivities Messrs diaries S Itaidy Tames TI Shelley Louis T Kiefer and Thomas 1D dines constituted the committee that had the affair in charge and none of the Choral Club were disappointed with the arrangements The young mon and women who compose time club gave their time anti talent for Mackin Councils benefit and that progressive bodyof young Catholic gentlemen tool an early op portunity of showing its gratitude JOINED HER HUSBAND Mrs Edward J McNnlly fcml little daughter have joined Mr McNnlly whq is now general jnanager of the s loa Club the wealthiest and most exclusive social organization in Pensacola Fla Mr McNally is well and favorably known In this city He was for several years in the service of the Louisville Hotel and later Superintendent of the dining car service for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company His old friends in Louisville will be pleased to learn that Mr McNallys health has unproved wonderfully since he went to Pensacola ofYEAR Brought Many Visitors to St Catherines Acad emys Exercises The beautiful grounds nnd hand caden1lofSpringfield Ky looked more beautiful than ever Tuesday of last week on the occasion of the eightysixth annual commencement exercises of that institution The grounds cor ridors and hulls were alive with pupils parents members of till alumni and the sweet voiced Sisters of St Dominic The exercises did not begin until the visitors from Louisville and other way points arrived between 9 and justlongfor more Tiresome essTs were avoided arid in theiritcad vocal and Instrumental solos and choruses Ingl1Uleterspersed with the other numbers were selections by the academy or chestra The orchstrn was composed of violins violincellos JoIns mandolins trombone cornets harp drum nnd piano The musicians were Mises Piety anti Marie Barber Mary Byors Marie Bcinkampen Luella Bannon Helen Jones Knthcrine New man Nellie McGill Sadie Parrot Margaret Davis Mary Curran Cor inne Mahoncy Helen Baker Nellie McAuliffe Julia GoodIn Geneva Sullivan Allle Prather and Louise Barber Time Christians Under Trajan was the title of the drama rind de picted a little story of early Chris tian times The actors were Misses Louise Gill Emily Talhott Piety Barber Helen Jones Gladys Ran dall and Marie Barber Every num ber on the programme was pleasing npp1uultAfterexercises closed with the vocal chorus Ave Maria by the senior vocalIIclnss RECENT DEATHS Mrs Sabina Duffy died at the home of her sister Mrs Thomas K limes 1910 West Madison street Tuesday evening und the remains were sent to Indian olls for interment a Mr and Mrs John Davern of 2411 Magazine street have the sympathy of many friends on account of time death of their infant daughter Margaret last Monday The little one was only ten months old but had wound her baby tendrils around the hearts of her sorrowing parents Edward T Dalton the fourteen DaltondiedWest Chestnut street last Wednesday The little fellow was bright and intelligent for his years Dread tuberculosis was responsible for his death The funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church yesterday morning Mrs JosephIne Xnliner sixtyfour years old died at the home of her daughter Mrs William Bosler 1047 Everett avenue Monday night Her husband L F Zahner manager of the Vogel Shoe Company her daugh ter Mrs Bosler and one son Jo seph Zahner survive to mourn her death Tho funeral took place from St Marys church on Wednesday morning and was largely attended Mrs Zahner Was one of the best known GermanAmerican ladles In Louisville and was held in high esteem by a large circle of friends William R Lawler a former res ident of this city died in Cincinnati last Friday He had been ill of pneu monia and out Thursday his brother Hugh Lawler and his nephew Capt Thomas Fitzgibbons visited him in Cincinnati He was considered much improved and his relatives returned to Louisville They had hardly reached the city when the telegram announcing Mr Lowlers death was received The remains were brought to Louisville and reposed at the home of Mrs Rose Lawler a sister inlaw 1217 West Jefferson street until the funeral took place from St Patricks church Sunday after noonThe funeral of Christopher OCon nor who died at the home of his sis ter Mrs Thomas B Leahy 1910 Floyd street Thursday afternoon of last week took place from St Johns church Saturday morning The deceased had been suffering from a complication of diseases for several weeks and his death was not unex pected Mr OConnor was fortytwo years old and was a son of the late William OConnor who at one time represented the Fourth ward in the lieneral Council Chris OConnor ns he was best known was for many years an employe of the City En gineers office was a competent en gineer anti well lilted Four sisters survive him Mrs Thomas B Leahy Miss Marcella OConnor and Mrs Charles McGnire of Louisville and Mrs Daniel McCarthy of Sandusky Ohio ROAD TO RECOVERY Joseph C Kirchdorfer a popular member of Trinity Council is a very uuxirfuH parent these days Two of his sons Joseph Jr aged twelve years omit Raymond eight years old were operated on at Stn thonys Hospital for appendicitis during the week and are now resting as comfortably eta possible under the circumstances ft is believed that both children are ut of danger l I BUNCOED Unionist Fakers AVorked Old Time Shell Game on the Ctttholie- tllonaglttut and Armagh Have Been Thrown Down Hard 1jXGrund Master ol the Ulster Orange Grand Lodge awl Cooption CATHOLICS LOSE OUT AGAIN The question of political as well as religious tolerance is still rife InI tho North of Ireland Apropos of this feature of Irish politics the editor of the Dundalk Democrat in his latest cditorW remarks Time meetings the Monaghan proide of the word Tolerance as under stood by different people in this country We Nationalists are con stantly being lectured on our want of tolerance and one of the chem againsthmneGovernment the minority would not only be outvoted and ignored but would be crashed out altogether As Ill answer to this argument we are frequently called on to give proof of our tolerance byelecting Union ists to represent Nationalist con stituencies and in local elections we occasionally do so to confound time enemy But how about Unionist toleranceAt annual meeting of the Monnghnn County Council the Nationalist Chairman Mr Toni proposed the cooption of Lord Ross more and the motion was unanimously adopted by a Council ex clusively Catholic We dont know ex actly what Lord Jossmores pres ent political views are We know he has with maturer years abated a opInIonshea landlord a Protestant and a Unionist That he is personally de serving of the compliment paid him by the Nationalist Chairman and Council of County Monaghan we have every reason to believe And fnrfl proof of National tflleranceYve need not go further than this co- option of the exGrand Master of the Orange Order by a body of Ulster Nationalists and Catholics Turn now to County Armagh On the County Council there are but eight Nationalists to twentytwo Unionists though very nearly half the population of the county is Cath olic At the annual meeting of the County Council the eight Nationalists suggested that one of the cooptions should be given to their party and put forward the name of Mr Me Garvey who was defeated by a small majority in Newtownhamilton Mr E Nugent who proposed Mr Mc Garvey was able to point to the ex ample given by the Newry No 2 Rural Council of which lie is Chair cooptedlasta Unionist Vice Chairman But did this example of Nationalist toler ance move the Unionist bigots of Armagh County Council to do like wise No one Unionist only voted with the Nationalists for Mr Mc Garvey and so the overwhelming Unionist majority on the Council was further added to We do not refer to this for the of deterring Nationalists bodes from exhibiting tolerance in such matters but we say that if there is to be tolerance it must be allround tolerance We must have tolerance shown to the Catholic minorities in Ulster and then we will exhibit a like spirit to the scat tered Unionists in Nationalist dis tricts and agree to bury the hatchet A treaty to which only one party Subscribes Is not at all likely to promote peace or concord t ECLIPSE TOMORROW Telesopes and Smoked Glass Will Be In Demand Astronomers all over the world are Interested in the eclipse of the sun which will take place tomorrow It will be almost but not quite a total eclipse of the suns rays The moon will cross the path of the sun and for nearly three hours the planet we live on will present an appearance of twilight This natural phenomenon will lie visible In greater or lesser degrees over all the United States Canada Central and South America Europe and Africa Scientists familiar with astronomy assert that a similar eclipse may not occur within the next hundred years The planets Mercury Venus Mars Neptune nnd Jupiter will be visible during part of the eclipse to morrow and people provided with telescopes will be anxious in their Search of the heavens for the star Arcturus which unless it belles Its reputation is movjng toward Louisville nnd other points on this planet at the rate of 300000 miles each second CONTRADICTORY OAULEORAMS The latest cablegram front Rome concerning the Vatican is very ambiguous not to say contradictory In ono and the sonic breath the correspondent announces that the next Papal Consistory will not bo li slrt until December ag a fittlngfclose to l1 i ii1i the jubilee year and then contra dicts it by saying the Pope can Stthe date nay time earlier he sec i eonllultlngCaltllll11M of State The same correspondent claims that it is reported that two American and one English Cardinals are to be named but he adds that it is improbable that any American Cardinals will be chosen at the coin ing consistory MrtAGaER1 DUFFY Brilliant Nuptial Ceremony That United Popular Couple One of the most brilliant of the June weddings wits shut which made Miss Mary C Meagher Mrs John A Duffy The ceremony was solemnized by the Rev Father Eugene V Flood 0 Pnt St Louis Bertrands church at 8 oclock Wednesday morning The only attendants were the ushers MeagherWillbride wore an empire gown of white stile trimmed with liberty satin a tulle veil caught with lillle of the valley and carried a bouquet of orange blossoms and lilliesoftlie valleyAfter the solemnization of time matrimonial rite n solemn high nuptial mass was celebrated with Father Flood us celeorant Father Dunn deacon tend Father Kcrnan subdeacon The music under the di rection of Prof Hcmmcrsbuch was rendered by a splendid choir of mule and female voices Time sanctuary was tastefully ornamented for the occasion After the ceremonies at the church the bridal party repaired to the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Denis Meagher 1441 Seventh street where an elegant breakfast was served About noon Mr nnd Mrs Duffy left on an extended trip through the East They will be at home to their friends at 1112 Brook street after July 10 The bride is a charming woman nut has been much admired in local Catholic society circles Mr Duffy is associated with his father M J Duffy in the plumbing business The DomInican church was crowded with friends nil relatives of the contract ing parties ALUJINAL MEETING Former Pupils Gathered in Annual Reunion Last Week Fifty of the framer pupils of the Academy of St Catherine of Sienna visited their alma neater last week to attend the annum commencement exercises and tb take part in the alumnae exercises which followed on Tuesday evening Some of the alumnae even remained throughout the week nnd others still have re mained throughout the present week It was a happy homecoming for these old pupils and they made much of the good Mother Superior and the other nuns Of course the whiterobed daughters of St Dom- Inic smothered thp visitors with kindness The whole affair was n happy reunion for former pupils and teachersThe was elegant in every respect and as one of the alumnae expresses it the decorations of the refectory and tables the service and menu were exceptionally luxurious Mirth gave additional appetite and until the finish of the feast sallies of wit flashed across the tables Later came the toasts so aptly selected by Mrs iMrreH Hyatt the toastmistress and the genial and heartfelt responses the whole concluding with the singing In chorus of Auld Lang Sync At 2 oclock in the afternoon the alumnae society held a business meeting and elected officers for the year 100809 In the evening an entertainment was given at which the Rev Father William Dunn O P of St Louis Bertrands Convent this city delivered tho principal address Father Dunn is one of the most eloquent men in the Dominican order and his address made a great Impression on all present LIMERICK GALLANTS Like gallant gentlemen the members of Division 4 held a very brief session this week In order that all might attend the outing given by the Ladies Auxiliary A 0 II at the White City on Monday night President John Hennessy hustled through the routine affairs John Flynn Charles Callahan anti John Mangan were reported on the Rick list and applications were received from Patrick Howard Edward nor mat and James Connelly Several members signified their intention of attending the national convention nt Indianapolis next mouth At the close of the meeting the majority of those present went to the Ladies Auxiliary outing- 11E11BERSli1P INCREASES Interest in the membership of Chickasaw Council Y M 1 at Mem phis is increasing and at the latest meeting ten new members were in itiated and thirty applications were received In the contest are three teams with a captain and twenty men for each The contest will close on the first Monday of July when the now and old members will sk down to a Dutch lunch PICNIC FOrt ST PAUIS The people of St Pauls churcli Jackson ami Kentucky streets are preparing To celebrate July t with n picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Rev Father Thomas A York JK n hurl worker anti his people always show their appreciation of his efforts whenever St Pauls has an cinter jjojerjjn L PEACEFUL Fill lie the Tournament Lists in Tomorrows Great- 7ouraanleat Swordless Knights Will Take Possession ot Our Sister Falls City Candidates mad Veterans Will Attend Ilijrh Mass Before Initiation TOASTS AND THE TOASTERS Everything is in readiness for the establishment of the new council of the Knights of Columbus at Jet fersonvillo tomorrow afternoon In fact it will be Knights of Columbifn day in that city and front morning until nearly midnight there will be something eventful nil the time V class of fortyseven candidates are to be initiated Into the mysteries of degrcllItluril19festivities will close with a banquet to nun and old Knights at 8 oclock in the evening A committee of Jefftrsonville gentleiniMi who already belong to Louisville Council have been work- Ing for months In organizing tho new council In our sister city and in preparing for the big events of to morrow These gentlemen feel tint they have every detail arranged now amid are only waiting for the hour tomorrow when the hosts begin to gather At 90 oclock the cumuli dates and visiting Knights will assemble at Elks Hall on Spring street Fifteen minutes later they will march in procession to St Augustines church where till Rilv Father OConnell wil celebrate high mass The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Walter rosin of Rushvllle Ind Father OConnell has requested his parishioners to attend an earlier mass tomorrow so that the Knights may find plenty of room nt the late mass At the close of the mass the Knights will join singing the 1e Deiun Candidates and Knights will uM assemble at Elks Hall at ItO i in the afternoon nut at 2 oYj Louisvlllp Councils degree A conferjhefirst und seconil The Evansvllle Council degree tear will then take hold and exemplify the third degree The degree work will occupy several hours and will- Ie completed shortly before the ban quet opens at Spleths Hall at s oclock An elaborate Spread has been arranged and James E Burke one of Jeffersonvllles popular Knights will act as toastmaster The speakers will be lIon Edward J Me Dermott and Judge Mutt ODoherty of Louisville and the Rev Father Walter Cronin of Rushvllle Ind After the cigars have been lighted Toastmaster Burke will call on tho orators of time evening to respond to the following toasts Duty of the Hour Ron IEdward J McDermott Catholic Citizenship Judge Molt ODolierty Goodof the Order Rev Walter J Cronin The menu fur the banquet as arranged is Spring Chicken on Toast Cold Sliced Ham Veal Roast anti Dressing Ox Tongue Sweetbread Patties Salmon Salad Roman Punch New Potatoes in Cream New Pens Tomatoes in Mnyonaise Radishes Indian Biscuits Celery Vienna Rolls Edam and Swiss Cheese Bent Biscuits Milk Coffee Ice Tea Brick Cream Assorted Cakes Cigars Fruits Chocolates Salted Nuts The committee which has worked so hard to establish the new council is made up of Messrs August Thro Raymond Stanton James E Burke John E Coll Joseph C Fackler Bernard A Coll Thomas Mullen J C Thlckstun and James Marriv POLISH PRIEST Succeeds Bishop Muldoon as Chicagos Auxiliary Prelate L It now seems practically certain that the Right Rev Peter J Mill Bonn will be the first Bishop of the new diocese of Rockford Ill Last week Monsignor FalconUtl the Papal Delegate received a communication from Home announcing the appoint ment of the llev Father I C Rhode to succeed Itishop Muldoon ns Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago Although the document mado no mention jjf Bishop Muldoons appointment + head of time new See it Iis gelnl t believed that his appointment wil i soon be made known Father llhode is a native of Polaild and is highly esteemed in Chicago by people of all races ilk selection rB Auxiliary Lihop is expected to do much to heal old sores growing out of the former Slavic troubles Father Rhode is well known In Washington also and the utmost jndgmcntANNUAL CONVENTION x The Knights of St John a Cath olic military benevolent and fra ternal insurance organization lucid its twentyeighth annual conventiou at Rending Pathls cck1ot II M preCommandcry4 I did itst utmost jo show tie vJSi delegates a gooM tlnjC4 t1 e I ENTUKY mISH AlWERICAN Wa Ii KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancememen4 Irish Americans a d Catholctf Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute nnd Catholic Knights of America UCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers ON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR blNQLE COPY 5c Entered it the Loulivllle Postofflce Sewnd Class Hatter ilI Communlcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei Si LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 27 1908 GROVER CLEVELANDS DEATi JiVon Princeton N J on Veducs day calne the news that Grorvei tletqland twice President of th lUnited States hud died suddenly From one cud of the country to the ether the news wus flushed an there was not an Americtn in the whole country who did not expreu sorrow They sorrowed not becausi ho was a Democrat or a Kepublican but because he lied been an illus trious American because he liai twice served the country in the high cst office the people of America could give him because he arose from the ranks of the workers and had u mind and will of his own With the names of Washington Adams Jeferson Monroe Lincoln and Oat field the name of Cleveland will be embalmed in the hearts of patriot and will be emblazoned on the page of United States history Grover Cleveland was born in Es 4 sex county New Jersey in 1837 His parents were able to give him an academic cducatlotr and at the ago of twentytwo he was admitted to practice at the bar in Buffalo 110 was active in Democratic politics and in 1870 his party elected huh Sheriff of Erie county Eleven yeas later ho was chosen Mayor of Buffalo and the next year was nom- Inated and elected Governor of New York by an united Democratic part Only two years elapsed before he was elected President of the Unite States the greatest political honor that any man could wisli Four years later he was again the nom Imo ol the Democratic party for President and was defeated I1e accepted the nomination a thin time in 1892 and led the Democratic hosts to victory Within forty years Grover Cleveland has been the only Democratic President of the Etilted States Though elected as Ii mocrat he was fair to all parties mng both of his terms as Presii After his retirement in 1897 owed active politics and tool residence at Princeton n Junes 18S6 lie married Mis Frances Folsom the sorrowing widow who survives him She with three children none of whom hay reached maturity survive him To Mrs Cleveland antI her children 111e sympathy of ithe entire nation 1 is extended Though one might diffe from him in political matters J1s opinions were always respected I1IR regard for law and order for tle supremacy of the peoples will am for the exaltation of the Americas flag will make his name renowned in the history of the United States PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY The school season is over for tile next two months and tired teacher have been relieved of the responsibility of watching over their young charges Not so with parents The responsibilityof fathers ant mothers seems to be increased ten fold during the vacation season The child feels that release from school is a release from every re straint and too often parents arc prone to encourage the children even those of tender years Parents ought to know where their children pre every hour in the day and every minute in the hour Many of these youngsters too soon imbued with the American spirit T Independence venture alone on street irs steam cars hopwagons seek a place to swim even if they never swam a stroke before So it is water the children care naught about tho depth nor the current The result is that many homes are Vniade sorrowful by sudden drown ings and other accidents to life and limb Often a little more care would have prevented a greaet deal of sorrow and loss of life Even the young men entering on manhood are prone t to risk their lives in the unknown creeks arid pools Last Saturday for instance two Louisville families were prostrated by the deaths of young men twenty years of age Ojjc Was William Grinstead JCinkead Lpn of Judge Robert C Kinkead tine Republican nominee for Con g CBS from this district Young iKfnkead had recently graduated from the Manual Training High School and was a sturdy manly young man He was held in high esteem by his teachers and classmates and his shocking death plunged his e family in grief The other victim was John Hildebrand a young n eclaiiici whose homo was on Wenzel 4treet Ire worked until noon Satur = Yltiy and then went to the trench = sroiia Ohio river for a plunge Ris fbmpanbn warned him but he BjougMt Je knew hsatrepjft1i Al fcjxsfora they knew U the youth- jmeptawaY atuli drowned There Iwi jiatiflit but pjrmputhy for the 1 n patents and families of these un fortunate young men but these tOi instances ought to serve as a lesso for parents to be more watchful oer the younger children when two well grown youths meet such dire fates Another cause for anxiety at this season is the indiscriminate use of revolvers blank pistols and gunpowder Many children feel that they have not celebrated July oj unless they arc fooling with dangerous weapons Read the papers on the morning of July 5 and you will find scores of accidents reported from every State in the Union Once again we advise parents to be more cautious with their children during the coming weeks of vacation A11USIVE BLACKGUARD Rev Dr P A Baker Superintendent of the National Anti Saloc League came all the way from his home at Columbus Ohio to ronst Louisville to roast the State and tbe representative citizens of the city and State He delivered hrs tirade of abuse before the International Sundayschool convention held iill this city last Sunday Refined people do not like blackguardism in privat conversation or public speech antI they abhor it when it comes from the rostrum or pulpit Louisville hae many refined people and one ma be sure that few of our citizens ap plaudcd the blackguardism of Dr Baker The applituders were peopl from other States Poorsaturated soaked rum rli den Louisville was the way lie rI fer red to this city lie cane ata guest of these citizens and then chose to insult them and their in tclligcncc In their own house as i it were The delegates to this big Sundayschool convention have hcclI well treated from start to finish They have enjoyed the hospltalit of people allied with them in their religious belief and of people whu differed front them And yet whe Dr linker denounced Senatornice William O Bradley and Thomas At Gilmore and Congressman Swaga Shotley anti the last Iientuck Legislature he was applauded Di Baker showed clearly that he hue nothingof these tntuelraffair when he made vile abuse his onl weapon He even opened his batteries 01 filth on the daily papers but said 1 in extenuation that he would be outside their circulation before the had a chance to get back at him Di Bakers whole effort appeared to b made for the purpose of getting II little cheap notrlety The refine people who were delegates to th Sundayschool convention repudiat his abuse and condemn his bad mat ners CHANCE FOR YOUNG MIEN In Kentucky as elsewhere througl out this broad land of ours the schools academics colleges and unl versifies are closing for the sensor We are going through a purled of fi nancial and industrial depression With mills and factories shut down and railroads laying off their em ployes what are these tens of thou hands of boys nail young men to do to get a start in life slow are they to begin their battle against the world The thinking ones realize that they are up against hardship perhaps privation To those who think antI who strive to attain it will be nil the better to face hardship and want now rather than In later years Tin men who are the real captains of In ilustry Jiifw are the men who started out In life handicapped by poverty and often by lack of education Bet ter than wealth and education in heir early lives was their resolution and character The captains of In dustry in the future must be re ertiited from the young men win begin their life battles now and the young men with hope with ambition with character and a cletermlnatuw to succeed will find in time end that the present period of depression will help rather than hurt them SHEHMAN TliKIR CHOICE James Schooleraft Sherman who was nominated for Vice President of the United States by the TCepubllctna at Chicago last week hind hardly folten used to being a nominee be ore he became seriously ill At Cleveland he was removed to a hos pita and Isis family was summoned rom Utica N Y At last accounts lr Sherman was much improved itid his phvslclans expect tint he will be abe to resume life journey iorrte vard omorrow Mr She an is a resident of Utle lNand has represented his IJ- oJ x district in Congress for Severn terms Me is the Chairman of thc Republican Committee in the Housi of Representatives In private life he is President of a trust company Mr Sherman had practically no op position for the nomination for Vic President lIe is alleged to have n barrel of money This recalls tile time when Levi P Morton another man with a barrel was the tail of the Republican political kite SOUVENIR EDITION Next Saturday the Kentucky Irish American will be ten years old and it feels that it is getting to be a big boy now To celebrate its decade n special issue will be published 1 It is the desire of its publithers to make the next issue the best in the history of the paper both from a news and advertising ntandpoin Our soliciting agents have not had time to call upon all the advertiser and lest some should feel they JUd been overlooked we make this an nouncement An advertisement iin the Kentucky Irish American will increase your trade If our agent have failed to call on you It has been from lack of time You can plat your ad by calling at this offic 335 West Green street not later than Wednesday afternoon Better late than never is a good old adage and Col Hanger is to be complimented on his latest order that firearms are not to be sold to minors either before or on July 4 If this order had been promulgated years ago many homicides and casualties might have been prevent ed Chief Hnager is not to blame for the remissness of his predecessors but he would win the everlasting gratitude of all parents and good citizens if he were to make his injunction against the sale of firearm to minors perpetual Si I Iii SOGIEfY i i Misses Mary and Ruth McCabe afO enjoying a visit at Putin Bay Mrs Eugene Brodcrlek is the ttstofMrs Edgar Hayden at Bardstowi Miss Katie A lllggins and A U I Macke were united in matrimony on Tuesday Miss Louise Franke is at Shelby ville to spend several weeks as tho guest of Miss Eunice Lee Sweets Mrs W W Dennis has return Ill front Covingtou where she was the guest of Mrs John Furbcr last week Mrs Thomas Mahoney is visiting Mrs Winifred Mahoney Mrs Josepl Pot linger and other relatives at Nev haven Misses Maeine Rita R and Nell Keaney of ant West Oak street arc the guests of the Misses Hount at Lakeland Edward Gleasoii a popular your man of the Highlands will go to London In September to pursue thc studyof music I Mrs Edward Southworth of 413 L street had as her guests last weel Mrs Bessie Cronan and son Tame Callahan of Frankfort Mr and Mrn James Bradley am little daughter Catherine who visited relatives in this city for ten days have returned to Covington- Mr and Mrs Walter Clark am baby of Corbin came to Loulavtlh to attend the wedding of Miss Nellit Gibbons and John McDermott Miss Manse McGill has gone tll Yonkers N Y to spend the summer with Mrs Matt J Wlnn and family who have taken a cottage there A Emmetsberger the well known stock broker has returned from a two weeks stay at West Baden Springs greatly Improved in health Mr and Mrs Harry Malone of Birmingham Ala have returned home after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives In New Albany Mr and Mrs Baxter Kremer and little daughter Madeline are spending the summer at Slmpsonville the guests of Mrs Kremers father lrM H Webb i Mrs M J Conniff and Musses Mary and Florence Qulnlan hav returned from Frankfort where they went to attend the GlcnnWcltsisl i wedding on Tuesday Mss Anastasia Walsh has returned from Springfield Icywhere she went to attend the commencement exercises and alumni meeting of St Catherines Academy Julian Muller of St Edwards Commandery New Albany attended the national convention of the Knights of St John which was held at Reading Pa this week Miss Bertha Schuman and Thomas J Nolan popular young people of the EaRt End were united in the holy haerament of matrimony at St Johns church last Tuesday Mss Lilly Wilson of Nashville is the guest of the Misses Flnegun lirin Sixth street and expects to rev rain two weeks She has made many friends during her stay here Mrs Mfehacl Fahey and daughter of Cincinnati and Miss Sallle ichockley of Frankfort have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Patrick Iahey 2411 St Xavier street this reek The marriage of Miss Mayme VNell and John A OConnor was iolemnfced tit St Michaels church at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon The lea Father Martin OConnor per ormcil the ceremony Miss Rita R Keaney of GOi West Oak street was the hostess at a 1 III 1 XB88ff tI MENS 2000 SUITS NOW 9988 Browns Grcys Fancy Blues Stripes Checks and Over Plaids Sj hand tailored throughout cuff sleeves peg pants side buckles 8 with or without cuff bottom regular 20 GOODS NOW 998 A43MI M Market St 1 II Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters laix ARTIIUR J KINSELLA Manager FIFTHI AVENUE HOTEL 517529 Fifth Louisville Ky RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY Centrally located on allcar lines accessible to all parts of the city and parks linen shower in honor of Miss llosclli Fisher last Saturday About thirty young lady friends of the bride elec took part in the happy event John Tully and bride formerl Miss Julia Coon have returned fwn a bridal tour to Plttsburg The were married by the liar Fatlu I Cunniff at the Church of Our Lad in Portland on Tuesday June 1C Miss Nellie Maloney a charming young lady from Covington is visit ing her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs William Chawk Sr 1141 Sixth street She has been the recipient of man social attentions during her visit Mrs P S Ganz wife of the well known physician left Thursday t spend three weeks with friends Iin Philadelphia and Xewyork City She will still for Europe on July 10 ntHI expects to romaiu abroad nave months Mrs William Kaiser West Jeffer son street has been spending two weeks with relatives and friends iin recelltlOllSher honor with automobile trips to the country and rides on the lake Fred Stongel the onlerprislti solicitor for the Prank Fehr Brew ing Company is able to be out after being confined to his room byrhcti mutism for three weeks Mr Stenge has lost some of his avoirdupois but none of his energy as a result of his siege Mrs Albert p Martin who has been suffering from an attack of pleurisy and pneumonia at her home GH5 Emit Gray street has sustained a relapse and while her condition 1 is serious lice friends hope that sh will soon be able to resume lie household and social duties Miss Nellie Gibbons and John McDermott popular young people tlf South Louisville were married Ib the Rev Father John OConnor ul Holy Name church Wednesday after noon After a brief trip 1o Chicagc Mr and Mrs McDermott will bogir housekeeping 1919 Sixth street Miss Helen Mao Ballots and Walter C Mitchell were united in matri many by the Ilev Father A J Bradj at St Cecilias church at 730 oclocli Wednesday evening Mrs Kdythc Head was the matron of honor and Raymond Head was the best man After a brief reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mss Mitchell left for Chicago on a bridal tour Miss Elizabeth Mallon and Charlei Stiglitz were married in the rectory of St Johns church Thursday even ing limo wedding was a very quiet one and only a few intimate friends of the bride and groom witnessed the ceremony They have taken up their residence at Sixteenth and Madison streets with the grooms parents The bride is one of the most charming young ladles in the East End anti her husband d has re ceived mummy congratulations on his good luck St Philip Nerls church was the scene of a pretty wedding Wednesday afternoon when Miss Rosella Fisher became Mrs Charles G Wuersch The Kcv Father Acker man performed the ceremony Misa Rita R Keaney was the maid of honor while the ushers were Messrs Ben llttttl and Frank Aufenkamp In the evening Mr and Mrs Wuersch left for a two weeks tour to Chicago and Milwaukee On their return they will reside with Mrs Vary J Fisher mother of the bride jj MIss Katie Green took her friends by surprise Tuesday by becoming the wife of A H Mnckey well known in railroad circles The marriage was performed by the Very Rev Father Clark at St Louis Bertrands church at 5 oclock Tue slay morning Mr and Mrs Mackcy are away on an Eastern trip and are not expected to return before August 1 The bride Is one of the most charming girls fn the Dominican parish and for several ears was active In the choir and ioung Ladles Sodality of the messed Virgin Miss Ella M Howard and Peter 1 Pegart well and favorably known In New Albany were married at IT oh rrinlty church in that city at 530 clock Tuesday morning Rev Father Curran performed the cere pony The attendants were Miss Agnes Howard a sister of time bride md Frank Tegart a brother of the groom After the nuptial mass time HdalI party was tendered a break fast at the home of Mrs Owen Iegart and later in the day the newly wedded couple left orn trip to Chicago and other Northeru cities Mr and Mrs Charles Gould chap ironed a pleasant party of young teople who went to Fern Grove Ind or an outing lost Sunday Those present were Misses Catherine and lamia Johnson Dominica Blanford Kate and Jessie Carter Willie South lary Sullivan Sophie Aturphy Eliza eth and Ruth Lanahan Anna IIun 1 d Q gate Margaret Simms Ida Picket Mary Neuback Josephine Mclntyri and Messrs Herman Hcrtel Jaspe Connor Dr J P McDermott Arthur Blanford Charles Gould ErneHarold Junes Scally Arthur Nally Joseph Russell Bert Blanford Join Gatto Norman McGrath Frau Heintz Nicholas Rehkopf Arthu Hcintzman and Edward McMahon Miss Theresa Sandford and Joseph T Diersen were united in the hoi sacrament of matrimony at St Marys church Eighth and Grayso streets at 3 oclock Wcdncsda afternoon The Very Rev Fathe Wcsterman performed the ceremon The bridesmaids were Mlsse s Theresa Goelng and Minnie Diersei The grooms attendants were hear Diersen and Harry Goelng Loui Vornholt and Joseph Sandforfl were the ushers After the ceremony Mi and Mrs Diersen were tendered n reception at the home of the l ritlel parents 1721 Twentyeighth street The bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Sandford a re tired grocer Time groom is a son of the late Joseph Diersen and succeeded his father in the brewiti businessNNiGIITS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Milwaukee will have an exempli fication of the fourth degree in Oc toberA council of the order will bc established at Dmnont N J tomorrow afternoon The Rev Father Walsh of King man has been appointed State Chap lain for the order in Kansas Topeka Council has taken posses sion of its new home which is considered one of the handsomest clul houses in Kansas A council has been established lit Albion N Y and large delegation from Buffalo Rochester Lockport Batavia and Medina witnessed tin exemplification of the three degrees Today three of the Boston conn ells are holding their second nnnua field day exercises and all the fund that accrue will be donated to titColumbus day nursery an enterprise founded by the three councils some thing over a year ago Not less than 200 Knights repre sen ting nearly every State in tine Union will assemble at Denver July 5 to take part in the fourth degree celebration Some of the most djS tinguishcd clergymen in the United States will be in attendance VISITORS FROM SANDUSKY Mr and Mrs Daniel McCarthy of Sandusky Ohio were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire on East Gray street during the present week They came to Louisville to be present at the interment of Chris topher OConnor n brother of Mrs McCathy who was formerly Miss Lucy A OConnor Mr McCarthy is one of Sanduskys leading business men and has a host of friends in Louisville ST LEOS PICNIC Time Rev Father John J Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos church Highland Park has arranged to give a picnic for the benefit of the church on the lawn surrounding the church on Thursday August 27 Many handsome prizes have been donated for the affair Last year the picnic for St Leos was attended by several thousand people and this year Is ex lpected to be even a greater success SEW KENTUCKY HERO Word has come to Louisville that on Thursday R Sherley Batman son- of Col Thomas J Batman showed his Ifentucky pluck and heroism by ilunging into the river at Ann Arbor Mich to rescue a drowning ellow student Young Batman brought the boy to shore In safety md won plaudits for himself and Kentucky chivalry PASSIOXIST AT nUSHVILLE The Rev Father Lambert Ken rick C P has gone to Rushville Ind to officiate tomorrow In the lace of the Rev Father Walter Cronin who will be a prominent igttre at the Knights of Columbus Initiation in Jcffersonvillc LOSE GOOD MAX D J Coleman who has Leon atew ar1 of the Louisville Hotel for sev- rnl ears has resigned his position and will devote all his time to his drr goods store on Portland avenue Mr Coleman Is well known InHlbor an circles Ills resignation will take effect July 1 Lace jabots redeem the simplest blouse front plainness and stileoer a fitted tailored coat they an agreeable note 1 t r STEWART DRY GOODS CO lousiness Established Sixty Years YOItIt STORE SUMMER GOODS REDUCED HALFPRICE SALE OF LINGERIE DRESSES We have just 130 of these pretty White and Colored Lingerie Dresses which are slightly mussed from 1 window and salesfloor display They are in plain and fancy lawns ginghams and linens embroidery or lace trimmed To close out quickly at HALF FOR MER PRICES Fifty Childrens Summer Dresses will go in this half price sale They consist of white Persian lawns and colored batiste lace and embroidery trimmed sizes 6 to 140n sale at exactly HALF THE FORMER PRICES 100 LONG LISLE GLOVES SOc Womens 16button length Mousquetaire Silk Lisle Gloves full length colors tans pink lavender black or white sizes 5 12 to 7 12 100 Gloves for 50c 1 75 LONG SILK GLOVES 9Sc Womens 16button length Mousquetaire Silk Gloves doublefinger tipped colors tans pongee blue pink white or black sizes S 12 to 7 12 175 qualityi pair 95c 19c LISLE VESTS lie Womens White Lisle Vests low neck and sleeveless plain and lace finished regular sizes and every gar ment perfect 19c Vests for lie 25c LISLE VESTS 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pavilion roller coaster merrygoround laughing gallery and many other novelties Societies and churches will find this the ideal place to hold their summer outings PART ELECTRICALLY ILLUMINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street DR J T CHAWK9 Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OP1 ICE AND NOROE 913916 IiCVENTH Mss ft Oran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 +N ++ + + +ON + 0 + + 00 + +P J E TRACY L H STRAUB Z- ii TRAcH- ONSTRAUBI iANDi EMBALMERSii STREETShort i u D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers e Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET tt It It tit t t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J JBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS East iJVtaio Street THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 t All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST bytuinggoes on to stay and saves repair bills Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATRD I BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Krr Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plan ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 HENRY HIINOLD DEAISR IN i1 Staplex and Fancy Groceries 4 FIRST CL SS SAMPLE ROOM I IN CONNECTION SpecialtykePiIlMIT FLOWERSFOR Weddings and Parties Should be ordered early Let me fill your wants from my COMPLETE STOCK Aug R Baumer FLORIST 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 Lanniii2 BEST QUALITY PITTSBURQ COAL Home Phone 1783 Office and Yard 7th and Magnolia C THOMPSON LORIS SpecialtyFloral 032 FOURTH AVENUE Roth Telephones 1080 AU orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guarant- eedIIERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of e song Tepha141I1vaB STREET s SUDDEN DEATH Popular Patrolman Fell Victim to Heart Trouble The funeral of Officer Edward Dalton who died at his home 425 East Chestnut street Saturday after noon took place Monday morning a long cortege following the remains to their last resting place The pall bearers were chosen from among his intimate friends on the police force and were Capt Edward Bright John Moran John Hepp Jerry Quill Thomts Dunn John McCuo Ed Iul ford George Gay Lawrence Dundon Jerry OLenry and Edward McGrath Mr Daltoir was born in Louisville thirtyeight years ago and had been a member of the police force during the past ten years He was big of frame and heart always good natured and attentive to duty He was taken ill on Thursday and sank rapidly after a severe attack of heart trouble on the following day The end came with shocking sudden ness to his family and friends The deceased never married but made his home with his father and sisters Ills aged father is John Dalton and the sisters are Mrs Minnie Von lluskirk and Miss Katie A Dalton JUST WAITING Jeffersonville Knights Are Anxious to Establish Council A new council of the Knights of Columbus will be established at Jef fersonvillc Ind on Sunday July 28 Raymond Stanton Barney Coll and others have been members of Louis vine Council for several years They know the advantages afforded by the Knights of Columbus und worked up a sentiment in favor of the organiza tion in Jeffcrsomille The result is that Evansville New Albany Louis vills Kushville and other towns will be represented a week from tomor rowThe candidates and visiting Knights will assemble at the Elks Hall at 045 oclock Sunday morning Thence they will proceed to St Augustiijes church where Father OConnell will celebrate high mass The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Walter J Cronin of Rushville Ind and the conferring of the three de grees will begin at 130 p m Louis vine Council will confer the first and second degrees while a team from Evansville will confer the third de greeAt the banquet that will follow in the evening the speakers will be Hon E J McDermott Judge Matt ODoherty and the Rev Father Walter J Cronin GM3XNAVEITZEL Mr nnd Mrs John E Glenn of Frankfort Ky have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Agnes to Oliver Bradley Welt zel a rising young business man of Kentuckys capital The ceremony will be performed at the church of the Good Shepherd on the morning of Wednesday June 24 The Rev Father Thomas S Major will officiate and will be assisted by the Rev Father John J ONell of Lax ington Nuptial high mass will fol low the ceremony Miss Glenn has been much admired in Frankfort sow ciety circles and the news of her marriage was received with great interest Mr Weitzel is receiving many congratulations on winning such n charming bride- RESTOItED TO HEALTH Miss Mary Sheridan who was token dangerously ill while attending the Supreme convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America at Kansas City and whose condition was not much improved for some time after she returned home is now fully restored to health She was able to be out this week anti received the congratulations of her numerous friends WON SCHOLARSHIP MEDAL Miss Alice Terstegge daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Terstegge of New Albany was awarded the scholarship medal at the annual commencement exercises of Stt Maryof the Noods near Terre Haute Ind The honors and closing address were delivered by the RigM Rev Silas Francis Chatard Bishop of Indianapolis last Tuesday NEIL RITUAL ENDORSED Trinity Council exemplified the new ritual of the Y M I on a class of twenty candidates Monday night The attendance was large and the new work was heartily endorsed by the older members and the embryo Y M Is President Kelly occupied the reportsfromapplications were received MAKING IMPROVEMENTS Doughertl C McEHiott the well known firm of funeral directors are completing extensive improvements at their establishment 1231 West Market street When the work is completed there will be a new office two itory chapel and all modern im provements MORE BISHOPS NEEDED The Provincial Council at Manila has petitioned for the erection of PhillpplnIslamlsgranted it is more than probable that four American priests will be chosen to preside over the new Sees PLANS HIGH SCHOOL Little Rock Ark Is to have a Cath olic High School The Right Rev Bishop Morris has purchased tho former Military Academy for that purpose The property comprises an entire block and is inn high and healthy location The price paid was 20000 a preUyfinishviding the s1irt be long and abso lutely untrimmed Isa double row of tiny buttons from neck to hem r SOME 20 SUITS FOR 15 Twopiece and threepiece Worsteds Velours and Scotches Special sale now on a- tLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET STS HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- New5 Notes At Utica N Y the Ladies Aux iliary unveiled a 300 banner with appropriate musical and literary exercisesThe Ladies Auxiliary met Wednesday night and received en couraging reports for their day at the White City Mrs P J Sheridan State Presi dent of the Ladies Auxiliary in New Hampshire has past cumpk ted a tour of the divisions in her State TIle Irish fair at Hartford Conn under the auspices of Division 2 opened with over 2000 present It was in every way a grand success Division 17 of New York City pre sented a handsome gold badge to recognition the order Division 4 meets Monday night and it is important that there be a large attendance as President Hen messy will have some interesting news for the members President Con Ford feels elated over the progress of Division 2 The reports show that the members are active and stand in the front rank when hard work is to be done CountyBoard 1110flclcnt among the pupils of the parochial schoolsThe Milwaukee auxiliary discussed the Nice Catholic Young Man at a recent meeting The consensus of opinion was that there were enough of the product to supply the demand in that city- Division 3s team of Syracuse and LeMoyne Councils K of C team hind anther tilt at fortyfives last week The Hibernians won by a score of 77 to 73 Each team now has 150 points to its credit Division 1 held a well attended meeting Tuesday night nnd took active steps for earnest work for the Fourth of July celebration The members plddged President Mulloy their earnest support and this means much for the coming conven tionThe fourth annual reunion of the order in Western Pennsylvania was held at Pittsburg on Wednesday In Addition to the baseball and field byPatrickNational Hibernian and National Di rector P T Moran RECENT DEATHS Connaughtondaughter nuughton nnd a young lady of great popularity died at the family res- Idence 1422 West Broadway Tuesday morning The funeral which was largely attended took place from the Sacred Heart church Thursday morn ing Mrs Mary Jane Brownfield the aged widow of George W Brownfield died at the home of her daughter Mrs Thomas C Enos 3007 Green wood avenue last Tuesday and was buried from Holy Cross church Wednesday morning The deceased was eightyseven years old and had lived in Louisville nearly all her life She is mourned by many friends and relatives Mrs Theresa Rotnmnn twenty seven years of age died at her home 540 East Green street last Saturday ns the result of a complication of diseases Her husband Joseph Roth man and two children survive her The funeral took place from St Boni faces church Monday morning Mrs Rothmnn was a most estimable young woman and watt held in high esteem by all who knew her It was with great regret that his acquaintancesheard Reedy last Wednesday Mr Reedy was until the time of his death private secretary to Milton H Smith President of the Louisville 8 Nosh yule Railroad Company and had been in the employ of that company dur yersThedeceasedand a son of the late Officer James Needytifive children fjprvlret him The iur neral took place from Sl Prarices of Rome church this morning 1t MAIL MEN Will Celebrate Both Today and One Week From Today The Louisville letter carriers will have their annual outing at the White City on the afternoon and evening of Saturday June 27 and invite the public to join then and help to make the occasion an enjoyable one Whatever funds accrue will be devoted to the relief of sick and dis abled carriers ti worthy tad com mendable cause The lletter carriers come into contact daily with more people than any other employes of the Government and as a rule they are held in high esteem by those whom they serve The committee in charge is made up as follows Louis W Uorntraeger Chairman Frank Caldwell Charles dluber Dan Cunniff Edward Roe buck Joseph Ascliemann William Davis Charles Carothers John Jen son Henry Zillich James Marry Caesar Hero Henry Stewart and fret Watkins Today is known as 1ostoffice day at the White City because the clerks from the local Postoffice are holding their annual outing there It ought to be n pleasure for Louisville people who use the mails to encourage these people who serve them so faithfully A good time is assured those who at tend the White City today and next Saturday NOTED ATHLETES Will Have Share in the Celebration of the Popes Jubilee Pope Pius X will celebrate his sacerdotal jubilee in September His Holiness can not visit London Paris Athens or Xew York and he must perforce let the healthful attractions of the whole world come to him This is his jubilee year but the real jubilee ceremonies will take place at the Vatican in September While these ceremonies will be essentially of a religious nature there will be other features Our Holy Father believes in the maxim of a sound mind in a sound body and to that end has expressed a wish to see some of the noted athletes of the world A wish from the Pope is practically n command and his ecclesiastical subordinates have arranged to have a series of per formances in the Vatican Gardens The athletes of all Catholic countries will be there in full force The Gaelic Athletic Association of Ireland has arranged to send representatives and the FJnnnignns Duff ys and Shcrldans of the United States will send their quota DOUBLE HEADER Although the Louisville team has gone abroad Eclipse Park will not be deserted tomorrow The Fox Ridge team and the Sutcliffe Juniors two of the best amateur or ganizations in the city will cross hints in a double header During the present season neither of these teams have lost a game and the crowd promises to be immense Kimbcl the High School crack pitcher nnd Johnson Manuals star will do slab work for Pox Ridge while Ashby and Orcndorf will take care of that end for the opposing nine The first game will be called at 2 oclock and the second game immediately after the first game is concluded COLONELS ARE AWAY Time Louisville baseball club Ileft Wednesday night for another tour anti no more professional ball will be seen here until July 3 Manager Jimmy Burke predicted before he left that time Colonels would win at least half the games played abroad would try to win them all and that he would be neither surprised nor sorry if they won 75 per cent of them Meanwhile Louisville fans are anx iously scanning score hoards and foretelling the day when Tom Barker will have organized n sure enough National League that will take in every section of the country from Maine to California and Wisconsin to Florida AVILL CRUSH A VISITOR Will Crush a former Louisville boy and an alumnus of St Xnviers College spent several days in Louisville this week with his mother brothers and sisters Mrs Crush had preceded him to Louisville Mr Crush is the General Passenger Agent of the Missouri Kansas Texas railroad and makes his headquarters in Texas FOR WORTHY CAUSES The Organ Fund Society of St Augustines church in Jeffersonville has arranged to give an excursion and picnic at Fern Grove on July 23 and the indications are that it may be necessary to engage two boats Already many tickets have been sold SEEKING BETTER HEALTH The Rev Father James Cusack recently transferred from Paris and of St Patricks churchmadeElUtor has been granted leave of absence on account of ill health Ho is now sojourning in tho West where it is hoped he will soon re cover HOPKINS THEATER Cool weather helped to bring addi tional crowds to Hopkins Theater this week and none who witnessed the motion pictures were disap pointed Manager Dustin promises even a better bill for next week SIXTY YEARS IN ORDER Rev Brother Lawrence who was the oldest member of the Augustian order in the United States if not in the world died at Lawrence Mass last week He was born in Ireland ninetyeight years ago and was ad mitted to the order at Villa Nova Pa in 1848 Dyed pongee which only a few years ago was scorned by ton + astlfl ions shopper has come to be tho JeaderamongaU summer fabrics FRANK FEHR BREWING CO po Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb PJione West 191 1913THE 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 r DRINK fiofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KV AST FO FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHEREHO- ME PHONE 7669 CLIMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr f 1400 to 1408 Story AvenuetlDOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICE Cut 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 Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle lad OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS STOO 9T012 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 OR HP Jis COUCHMAN Dentistt OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Home Phone 1942 Cumb South 628 THOSJKEflNEY 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 cnrds Household cleaning preparations at cut prick 1ri h J JXTH AND OAK o All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSONSl OTTO E VENT Proprietor i Independent of All Undertakers t 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 for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Lottisrllte Ky Conducted by thexaveriaanrotherClassialS- ienti5candnnsineuCoursESPreparaWr D- eppedtymnaium HENRY AAIJIj1 PUL DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing A WORK GUARANTEED Phoos alra 528 Fifth Str WINES LIQUORS CIGAR VALS SALOOVAL LESTKH rVop hot Lni ch ito12ii- u 3a OR1SXP I t KENTUCKY IRISH AlIIgRICAN 7 It NeverRains But It- Pours 1275 Our Factory shipped us 329 Suits to sell at Twelve SeventyFive We think them a GEM Suppose we would tell you they are worth half as much more Suppose we should say that it is below costwe can say all this and more If you buy one of these suits and are satisfied WE ARE if not tell us why and GET YOUR MONEY BACK I THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE G CO 424 West Market SL Between 1Fourth and Filth H FRANKLIN BANK CAPITAL 10000000 ll SURPLUS 1000000 I JOHN S WOODS President DR J C WILLIS Vice Pres LOREN B WILLIAMSON Vice Pres R C HEAD Cashier We InterestaON TIME DEPOSITS SAYINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN ON SATURDAYS UNTIL 9 P M KYII 240 FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE THE BEAUTIFUL AND CHAR- MINGCHICKERING BABY GRAND Highest point of perfection reached in this piano We would enjoy talking to you about this Baby Grand and demonstrate its marvelous tone qualities With this invitation we hope to see you soon MONTENEGRO=RIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated e 9f2r136e30 FOURTH AVENUE onmysxtt rJ FOR BEST ICED TEA Use Mulloys special grade Green Black or Mixed Tea at 45c POUND Mulloys Teas and Coffees are unexcelled as to quality and the prices are always right SPEOIATi GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C MULLOYCOFFEB the Phone ijaj 1X14 W IARICET STREET rJ i l1if JJRRmjJ 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 VOTE FOR 1 HERMANN D NEWCOMB Candidate F- orCONGRESS o Subject to Action of Democratic Party5th CongressIonal Distrid 00000 000 0000000- 6lis fie Rooers BOOK GO II BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 I Ir TO SUIT EVERY TASTE u +us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the true finest of their kind in the city yR MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUSG ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION S 5b W Jefferson Street UNION ICE CREAM CO 1lZnnu4uoturere ofe Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets W 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range In the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new Improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND bert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES qLOAWIAft21p I iMi 6riM y 11 PICNIC AND FIELD DAY GIVEN BY THE Ancient Order of Hibernians AT WFIITE CITY 4thJULY4th Dancing Music Fireworks Irish Field Sports See the great Tug fWar between picked teams ADMISSION TEN CENTS NEW IDEA Seems to Find Favor Witt Delegates to Central Committee The Central Committee of the C K of A met in St Marys Hall on Friday night of last week In the absence of President Joseph P Mc GInn William T Meehan was caller to the chair while Harry Veenemai was chosen to fill the post of Secre tary The attendance was good and the committee in charge of the milt tnry euchre and dance at Phoenix Hill Park on the previous Tuesda night reported that a good crowd was in attendance that the cuclir games were contested in a spirited manner and that the dance was a most interesting feature The com mittee expects to make a complete report at the next meeting when a11 the branches will have been heart fromAttorney Newton G Rogers former President of the Central Committee was given a splendid welcome whet he appeared and during the course of the evening was invited to address the delegates He expressed his in terest in the order atod extolled titgood work done by the Catholic Knights of America in all their un dertnldngs lIe urged all to wont for the good of the order and made a suggestion that put many of the delegates to thinking Mr Rogers Idea is to form a Catholic benevolent league an organization similar tc some of the German Catholic organizations one that will pay sick and death benefits and when there was an accumulation of funds to help oul reliable and thrifty members who were desirous of building homes ant could furnish the proper security An organization of this kind said the speaker would advance the material and spiritual welfare of the mem hers and make each individual a hardworking factor The organlza lion Itself would form a body from which new members would be at tracted to join the C K of A Mr Rogers address was well received and heartily applauded FIVE DELEGATES To the Grand Council Are to Be Chosen by Mackin Mackin Council met Wednesday in stead of Tuesday this week on ac count of the Y M I outing President Robert T Burke presided and the at tendance was fair Anthony Menghe and Virgil Bohn who were on the sick list were reported as much im proved The council accepted an in viattion to attend the outing of the Ladies Auxiliary next Monday and Mackin will be well represented on that occasion Charles S Kaldy in behalf of the committee that had the joint outing in charge reported that the members of his committee were well satisfied with the result of Tuesdays event and desired to return thanks to Mnckins members for the part they played in making it a success Presi dent Burke reiterated his request for a full attendance of the council next Tuesday night when delegates are to be elected to the forthcoming grand council Other matters of importance will be discussed on the same even- Ing J n ATKINSON DEAD Joseph B Atkinson for twenty eight years a member of the Louis villa School Board died at his home 2CQ5 West Jefferson street Monday afternoon after an illness extending over sixteen months Mr Atkinson was born in Louisville fiftynine years ago and had resided in this city all his life When quite a young man be engaged In the painting con tracting business which he carried on very successfully and later em barked in trade as a wholesale dealer in paints and oils Throughout his long career as a School Trustee he was never beaten even when his colleagues were defeated by Republi cans all over the city He was al ways a friend to the Irish and Cath olics and frequently fought their battles ngtinst overwhelming odds The deceased is survived b and four sons William J Thomas P and Edward C of this city and Charles W Atkinson of Columbia Tenn The funeral services were held at the family residence Wednesday afternoon Y M I DAY SUCCESS Y M I day at the White City Tues day was a success although the weather was cool and unseasonable for June Mackin and Trinity Coun ells of Louisville and Unity of New Albany vied with each other in attracting their friends to the park and then showed them a good time The evening wag delightful for dancing and those who delight in terpslcliorean xerctoe filled the SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President John M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas Lawler Recording Secretary Thomas Hieenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurercharles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T ynchFinancial SecretaryJ T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets- PresidDIJtPatrIck T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial Secretary J G Hession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon Sergoant utArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Henncasy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary William J Connelly iReoording Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott i Sergeant atArma John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall President John Kenney Vice PresidentJohn ii Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryChas Robards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeontatAnnsBernard Coyle Y our i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixtlh Street PresIdentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana banSecond Vice President Samuel RobertsonRecording SecretaryAustin E WalshCorresponding Secretary Thomas Bachman Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Other popular and new features ADMISSION FREE PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts GENUXNE BOTTLED Bears this trade mark Unl R s you find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For picnics out ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 100810 W Main SI Both Phones pavilion during the afternoon andI evening When the committee In charge makea its final report it 3s believed that a comfortable balance will be netted r CHANCE FOR ALL St Xaviers College Holds Two Sets of Closing- Exercises St Xaviers College was compeller to divide its commencement exercise into two parts this year The in creased attendance this year causei the Rev Brother James President of the college to consider ways am means for allowing the friends of the pupils to witness the exercises Al though the hall will scat 1200 people it was all to small to accommodate those who would seek admission to the commencement exercises Therefore It was deemed wise to hold one set of exercises for the preparatory students and another for the college department The collegiate da partmentwill have its innings Monday night Both entertainments an practically the same but before dif feront audiences The graduates this year are Robert Thomas Barry Edward Joseph Brady Norvin John Christ Francis Joseph Dougherty John Louis Esch rich Charles Edward Gaupin Henry Caruth IIoertz Joseph Michael HuntL William Henry Jansing Joseph Beg inald Kelly Woodson Powell Lee George Augustus Mellmus Walter Jerome Naber Lee Edward IMerle JUicy Thomas Qulllmnn henry Francis IJedle John James lteillyr John Joseph Ryan John Francis Sul limn and John Bernard Voor Special course Leroy Philip Sauter As has been customary for manj years the oratorical contest for the gold medal offered by Frank A IntcrstlIneral young speakers delivered their addresses last night and will repent them on Monday night The salutatorian was Charles E Gaupin whose subject was The Poet Priest of the South John F Sullivan fol lowed with Centennial Names Other speakers and their subjects are Woodson P Lee Religion and Science Joseph M Hand The henryCRobert T Barry valedictorian Self made Men The orations will be repeated Monday nigh- tIiNIOIITS OUTING Followers of Columbus to Spend Day at New Haven Although the date has not been decided upon it is practically settled that Louisville Council Knights of Columbus will hold its annual out ing at New Haven between July 20 and 24 But Louisville Council will not be alone Bardstown and Leb anon Councils will enjoy the outing with them and in all probability New Albany and Jeffersonville Knights will follow suit Time outing will be held in a grove on the outskirts of New Haven one of the most beautiful spots in Nelson county It is particularly fitting that the Knights and their families should seek a place of recreation in historic old Nelson county the cradle of Catholicity in Kentucky and the West Although New Haven has no council of its own many of its citizens are affiliated with Louisville and Bardstown coun ells and the entire populace will turn out to welcome the visitors on the occasion of the outing NEW ALBANY CITIZEN DEAD F Alexander Receveur one of the most popular residents of Floyd county Ind was found dead in his yard in Lafayette township five miles north of New Albany on Wednesday morning He had been suffcringj from heart failure for several months The deceased was fiftynine years old and was for many years prominent in county and State politics He served one term as Treasurer of Floyd county and was Deputy County Auditor for several years His widow and eight children survive The sons are William J Receveur cashier of the Mutual Trust and Deposit Company of New Albany Edward Charles Ferdinand and Chester of Lafayette township Mrs Jacob Eberle and Miss Bertha Receveur of Floyd county and Mrs Arthur Bertllner of Louisville HAVE GONE ABROAD Diederich Meschendorf President of the Old Kentucky Distillery Com pany with his wife and a party of friends left Louisville Thursday en route to Europe Air and Mrs Meschendorf expect to spend a great part of the summer in Bremen but iwlll also visit Paris Berlin Vienna Baden linden Dublin and other European points of interest before returning to America In October Monday night Mr Meschendorf was JheSeelbaehbyand admirers I REFRIGERATORS Get ready for summer while you can get Refrig erators cheap We have just received a car load of Refrigerators that will be offered for sale as low as 550 This is a great chance Take advantage of it OUR LEADER Handsome well finished Oak Refrigerator galvanized lining double lid to save the ice easily cleaned 75 pound capacity 1550 iTHEfinish white enamel COLUMBIA lined mineral wool filler remov IIOak chamber a sanitary ice saver Prices 1250 to according to size iTHEOPALITE i We are agents for the celebrated Opalite Refrigerators the highest type of modern sanitary icepreserving refrigera tors Highly polished Oak ease sanitary shelves Neptune hair insulator 2500 to 5000 YOU CAN PAY CASH OR IN CONVENIENT PAYMENTS JAMES GREENE 475 =2729 E Market Street BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES 4404N141441144 + + + + 4 44444 fM BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA II WHISKYI- T I IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield KY- 44W41441N44444414444444444444N1414444444444 I i LARGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO INCORPORATEDe t HAND WORK A SPECIALTY CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED iiOOODS 1188493732 4 SIXTH NEAR GREEN 141414N444444144441444140N4444114110141044N Shorthand and Typewriting i at this institution is a to any person A Secures the best val1abloIgraduates are always in DEPARTMENT Sptncer TNCOfPOSATED SCHOOLoI 140N41040041404441144M4414as 4441114444441444144414 Being the Distiller I Can Give You Pure Whiskey at Low Prices gallonIrI 8e 300 ilO ee 400 114 500 i W L SMITH327 W Market Si Louisville Ky 1 If goods not as represented return and money will be refunded 4414444 N440N444444N00 Natural Gas For Cooking CONNECTIONS FREE We have enlarged our Gas Works to meet the WINTER demand and we MUST find a market for the gas in the SPRING SUMMER and FALL We are offering to make a limited number of gas connections without render- Ing any bill for same until gas has been used for THREE FULL MONTHS We will then credit the cost of gas used against the cost of connections and collect only the small balance remaining if there should be one IF YOUR HOUSE IS ON A STREET REACHED BY OUR PIPES WRITE OR TELEPHONE FOR DETAILS KENTUCKY HEATING COMPANY OAS OOICBJ AND COAX TAR FOR SALE FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN 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