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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 c IC 4 iA J I Iiji JENTUCKY1R1SII AMHUCAN IVOLUME XXL NO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 22 1908 PRICE FIV CENT ACCOUNTS j For Ills Stewardship Docs Dr Peter S Ganz Back From Boston Talks Entertainingly of What lias Been Done by the Federation Old Bay State Was Lavish in Its Hospitality Toward Delegates WILL REPORT TO LOCAL BODIES Looking ten years younger as a results of his trip to Boston Dr Peter S Ganz of 1912 Ixth street has returned front the Hub where he attended the sessions of the seventh annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies Ot course Dr Ganz lIn still a young man and ten years more or less will not hurt him Ills wife is now touring J urope with Father Mcieans party and has written several interesting letters from Italy A representative of the Kentucky Irish American ques tioned Dr Ganz shout his trip and about the treatment the delegates received He said We had a great trip Dr lien J Lammcrs did not come home when I did I spent a day en rOute home in New York went to St Patricks Cathedral was impressed i Iy its magnitude and beauty took nn automobile ride around New York and i came home Hut Injtoston the peo Ill were lavish in their attentions to the delegates If the people of the Southern States if the people of Kentucky really understood what the Federation movement was doing the halls would ribt be large enough to hold them About the conventionwen the majority of your renders have seen something from each day IP the daily papers but to make it brlei tnc dele gates assembled at Boston in time for mass on Sunday August tL It was a Pontifical high muss at Holy Cross Cathedral wfth Archbishop OConnell as celebrant There were seven other Archbishops fifteen Bishops and 130 clergy in the sanctuary At night we attended a mass meeting and there were 25000 Catholics assembled in Symphany Hall I am sorry to say thSoutlLas otftpresehhtednufiC1 should be- Monday morning we attended a solemn requiem thinKs for the repOSt of the souls of deceased members of the Federation It was celebrated at the Church of the Immaculate Conception The mass was celebrated at 8 oclock and two hours later the business session of the Federation began There were 500 delegates from eighteen States representing 2000000 Catholics present There were also visitors from Ireland Kng land Germany nnd the Philippines Bishop Hendricks of Cebu was one of the most forceful speakers we heard There were also two thor oughbread Indian delegates from South Dafcotn They represented 100000 Catholic Indians We were in Cession from Monday until Wednesday We accomplished much and Indorsed much of what hud been done in those three days We aided in assisting in the creation of a Catholic public opinion In the United States urged the repeal of tim obnoxious marriage law In Cuba betterment of conditions in the Philip pine Islands and Porto Hleo appoint ment of Catholics on the Indian and Philippine Commissions permis sion granted for the celebration of holy mass In the navy yards and pub S lie Inetltnttnns hid iicllllrr lirisnlis and reform schools urged the appoint ment of Catholic army chaplulnn as sisting Catholic Indian schools as sisting Catholic negro missions in troduction of Catholic looks in pub lie libraries fostering friendly rela tions between societies especially of different nationalities a move to ward stricter divorce laws revision of histories and books of reference prejudical to the Catholic church assisted in the restoration by tile Gov ernment of rations to Catholic Indian scholars and in the defeat of the hard amendment affecting the rights of Catholic Indians final acceptance of the Father Marquette statue by our Government consideration shown oUr Catholic Filipino students in augurating a general crusade against indecent and immoral literature pic tures post cards theatricals and ad vertisements the Congo questions in Ohio the State Federation prevent ed the State from interfering in Catholic orphanages antI institutions county support is also being given to Catholic hospitals In many localities x the Federation in New Jersey killed a legislative btU which would have made the parochial schools taxable several measures detrimental tt Catholics have been Wiled by the Illinois Kansas Louisiana Pennsylll- oI vanla and Kentucky Slate Federa tlons tim Indiana Ohio Kentucky And Kansas Federations and tlu Catholic societies of Missouri defeat ed 1 measure to furnish free text books In the public schools inaugur u atlon of Catholic lecture course II mission to nonCatholics dlstributloi of Catholic literature In several la caHtles laws have been enacted for i proper observAnce of SUUllns qUfJSUonoencouragement given to probatlol- work indictments brought ngolns newspapers publishing Thaw murdc trial exposing indecent and bl otd publishing Houses looking towar this removal of bigoted officials fran- bokilng public ritffcti 1inyeotIgatkh- In the Judge WHflcy matter Unite State Consular Judge lii Chlim wh is Hccuied of Inaultlng Catholic The delegate from Jefferso jounty did not have much to soy on the floor but they indorsed the measures proposed by the ablest cc slcsiastlcs The Boston people treated us with the greatest hospital ty All the delegates were given a ride dowh the bayvisited Plymouth Rock Dorchester Heights and other historic places The German Catholics of Boston gave 1a concert nt St Moyslus Hall In honor of tne visiting delegates This Is nil I can tell you now I will have to make n more de tailed report to tho Federation and to the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America late- rCARDINAL MOHAN Led Australian Catholics- In Welcoming Our Fleet The Catholics of Australia are very active in entertaining the sail ors of the American fleet now so journing In their ports Cardinal Moran was one of the foremost movers In the plans for entertaining the Americans He intends to at tend the Eucharistic Congress at London but delayed his departure In order to take part In welcoming the American sailors to Sydney Ho also sent out a circular calllni Theihallthe Cardinal In addressing the as iembly spoke In part as follows In the manifestoes which appeared In the public press 1 remarked that no mention was made of the Sundays and presumed that the Commonwealth State and civic com nlttees as a matter of delicacy feared that In this matter they might be trespassing on religious ground and stirring up rollgious scruples For my part I did not wish to In IIthol1 PvcT itM United States In the 2i 7 app ve at- Ad en t ydney Saturday I i ceivedtWW c President Roosevelt Your k h rltatlon has been transmitted toAd mlral Sperry who has been directed- to make suitable arrangements So In one respect I think this will reo leve the Commonwealth the State and the civic fathers of any anxiety- In regard to the Catholic religious celebration of the day I suppose that all desire to have a special high mass jIn St Marys Cathedral for the Catholic sailors I understand that similar arrangements have been made In the Protestant Cathedral for the Protestant sailors In addition i propose that after mass a luncheon bcpreparednot1oru1yorLhiO Catholki iallors but for the whple body as tar as the Admiral may deem proper to send them to us In one respect we owe not alone to the Catholics of the United States but to the whole State ai hearty welcome TRIPLE EVENT Pranclscian Fralrs Had Great Day at Mt Airy The monastery of the order of Friars Minor at Mt Airy Ohio near Cincinnati was the scene of a triple celebration last Saturday First was the feast of the Assumption next was the reception of new members of the order and in the third place- It was the twentyfifth anniversary ot the ordination of the Rev Father Oldegeerlng Five candidates wcr received into the order and seven made their vows Father Chrysos torn Theobald Provincial of the order presided both at the reception of the candidates and the profession of novices Following the reception of the candidates Father Bede Oldegeerln celebrated the high mass commemor ating the twentyfifth anniversary of hisordinationFather who resides ai Washington is Commissary to the Holy Land and has charge of alt the affairs of the Holy Land in this coun try He was assisted at his celebra Ion by Fathers Vincent Trost and Isadore Verkand Father Theobali preached the sermon ABLE ADDRESSES Made Before St John Benevolent Society Last Week A splendid meeting of St John Benevolent Society was held in it hall Shelby and Oak streets Thurs day night of last week Presides Edward J Reiss occupied the chal and congratulated the members OJ tho splendid attendance Durln the evening Joseph Wernert was presented with a gold emblem of th society In token of the esteem iII which he is held by Ibis fellow mom hers The Rev Father Rueff asslstar pastor of St Vincent de Paul church delivered an address on thel duties as Catholic men William iu1 Higgins editor of the Kentuch Irish American and Attorney Newt Gi Rogers wore guests of honor MI Higgins made a brief address on th I benefits to be gained from membc ship In such a society Mr Rogei spoke on the Hagile conference an the great benefits to ba derived froj t universal peace c VISITS NEW ENGLAND I 1 t The Rev Father Hobart MeDp a ldi stationed at Gwvry Ky I visiting relatives In jottoa Mae S During his absence h roiwlow MI being cmred ort thV Itov rth3 Harding ti I f1 COMING State Convention of C K of A Is to He lEek Here Xesft KEontli Delegates Will Attend Mass Before Bcfjlnliir Their Business Maui Social Feature Will Be Banquet For Delegates at Park WILL CARE FOR THE LADIES ILl State Council of the Catholic Knights of America will convene in Louisville on Tuesday September 8 akdsvihl be In session two days lhe business session will be held at tly Knights of Columbus Hull Fourth avenue between York and Breckin jidge The Central Committeet and the officers of the various local branches have made arrangements I for the reception and entertainment of nil the visiting delegates and Knights The order Is still growing I and d spite many obstacles is Iin sound financial condition as will lie I shown by the reports of national and I State officers that will be read at the coming State council The order was founded about thirty years ago awl since then has paid out millions for the care of widows nnd orphans pruettenlCatholicPresident Delternmnn and State Secretary Martin will show that the order Is flourishing In Kentucky osiers lintel Second and Jeffer tSjJias been selected us visitors during rning of I J semuinnd nw L I sVflTjhigh yjj nock who has been for years ah ardent member and native advocate of the order hiss been invited1 to preach the ermoni After mass thIdelegates will proceed to the Knights of Columbus Hall to begin their hush ness session At the close of the af ternoon session the delegates and visitors will be the guests of the FoIls City Brewery William MI HlggliiK Chairman of the Entertpnut Cmnmlt1u e jjj- hil1olleflgiis i Iinibeen a f1reolhiirranging social functions for the vhs iting Knights and the main feature will be a banquet nt Sennlngs Park on the night of September 8 Mr Sennlng hits arranged n special menu for the occasion and Prof Con stnntlnc Kollros orchestra will fur nish appropriate music The wives of local Knights have formed a corn mittee for the purpose of entertain ing the ladies Who necompanv dele gates to the Stnte Council Col Jo Ieph P McGinn President of tin Central Committee hiss been selected toastmaster Arangcments have been made with the Louisville Hallway Company by which n suffi dent number of cars will assemble at Boslcts Hotel to convey the ninety or more delegates and visit ors to Seunlngs Imk The second lays business session vifl be taken up with hearing ports of commit tees adopting milt able resolutions discussions for the benefit of the or tier nnd tin election of State offi cers LouisvilleI IIP getting to Ill onlte n convention eltor Catholics Two weeks ago she lund the delegates to the Y SII I Grand Council as her guests Now conies the C Itof A Stnte luncH A week later the Hibernians will hold their State con vention here nnd almost at the saint time will come the Supreme Council of the Y M I The Uttcr convention will bring hundreds of people hero from various parts of the Unite States and their brethren in Louis villa will see that nil enjoy their sojourn here State Secretary Albert F Mnrtlns report will show that there are l thirtytwo branches of the order In niernIjershlp alternates will be as follows Louisville John J Score Anthony J Sheridan Michael Relehert Charles Fan C Smith L Fnckler Patrick Holley J T Lyons William T Meehan Charles J Desse Joseph I Sibler Julia Schnldn T T Miller A Hlllerich Henry Bosquet 11 3 Daller F X Wolpert Harry Vefue man and B A Kruze Covington Fred Kruetzknmp arid G P Howell- Bowlings Green M J Hanley- OwenRboros J T Dawson nnd N Mitchell t Newport Dan Swinbourne and J r M AltenburgvBnrdstown a T O Newman Lebanon John Barr WaverlyE Hosbnch and A J e Sehoemaker a Flemlngsburg James Dwyer Newport Louis Ilunteman- nDaytonJoe Muschmidt and Jo It seph Nllllng s The Central Committee will hold ft r special meeting next Friday arid nil rre delegates should nttend y MET OLD FRIENDSn rArchblllliop Farley of New York ofrlrCharles Trunx S With them lie took tf number of d automobile trips to interesting and n historical noints in the vicinity of the Eternal City Archbishop Parley was in Rome with Mr and Mrs Traux in 1891 SOLEMN OCCASION1 Ie I Mother Saparlpr Flarencp WM thee prlncltwl guest tltoiorat the tf Academy of Notr Darn In Newport Xyonttie taut of the Ammptioi I OT c last Saturday Mother Florence Is- an route from Tezfe to the mother house of the order Sisters of Prov I Idenco in France jtLaat Saturday morning ten of theJ Sisters aUNptre Dame mado their perpetual vows anti three others made tliejr preliminary profession for three rears FRUIT si- tOf Long Cherish d Hopes Illpe nnd 1enhiy1Iui the PickiJ p itJt Ir Ionic For Workiiiirl Buys Will fvfflI lie Ollcmlc tot Early nttjIt 111 4kjotiisvllle Cntlfdllcs Provide FotiIoiiielessYouths i YouthsI I i BISHOP NAMES 1THE OFFICERS e l tAfter years of th light and hard vork on the part of a number of tt- at hiollu laymen who jhnve been ably I assisted by the Priests Louisville into I Inure n home for working boys The JI ilcn has the fnH pprovnl of the I tight Rev Bishop 1 STcCloKkey St Lawrence instituteI ns it will be ailed will be throvm open to de l erving working boy on September I By direction ofg lie Right llev Il Bishop the Xaverlan Brothers have ecu invited to tnktj charge of the h lome HevI Brother 3ius who has t iad experience with Koines bf this i kind In other cities h H been appoint II1 Director fie ill is arrived In milxvilK and is iuv engaged In hui ii ii I lug thei furnishI iJ iig nnil equipi neat of tthe new lip IIB He estab IIlished and Illullliuu substantialt I t th wIllis n similar home In Detroit h jfbtbeivArsenlus whphns also had t xperlence iHUie tl1m Assistantt Di rector v 1 t Bishop MeCIoHkcyfflfii K appointed tilL following offieerlfwiiDwlll have 1 luirge of the flnirnJR of tficXhoinet Hid who will serve ifnul n h1rIuufl1i t organIzation is effecml President John rml1flrJJ Vice Ple lIlentl1If Cnllnlmn Iu lle1RUrerIrnnlei i lehe- lSleretlll1llr1 it Swuu ii ii Tr Board If lirtvtiu V ry T1111l 1 111 1 n G jtv nttiuiiiinniin i jj rrnnic u ilarpring and Michael f1 Duffy and the above officers cxoffielo Quarters for the new Institutet t j have been secured nt 22 East Col ege street the property being peculiarly fitted for the purposes of the Institution fill lot is 60x210 feet and tIll house 1liS a substantial ind well finished structure of eigli tech rooms Vnless something un foreseen prevents the home will be opened September 1I It Iis the purpose of those in charge jf fit Lawrence Institute to provide u home for boys fluid youuuug men boo tween the ages of fourteen and t wen tyone years who have been thrown upon the world and obliged to work for modernte wages It will be n lionie where they can procure at a nominal cost clean healthy mill com fortable accommodation mal nt theI nme tune he surrounded with Influences that will tend to develop the highest ideal of Christian manhood While the home will be conducted as n Catholic institution none will be ihaii led admittanceI because of hs creed und any boy of good moral hnrncter who Is willing to abide by the rules of the Institution will VK cheerfully admitted anti tenderly cared for The responses to solicitations for genellous to be done however and any one who Is interested In the success of the institution will confer a favor by making inquiries of the officers or directors Donations of money or furnishing for the home will be gladly received anti appreciated The establishment of this home for working boys has been much needed in LouIsville The Catholic people of the United States are Dds hug to the tact that homeless boys must be protected and cherished nR well as homeless girls In New York the Oznnain Aocintlon has been or ganized far the same purpose and expects ere long to establish branches In all the large and1m portant cities of the United fitntes The Ozanam Asoclation lIDs as Its founders nnd promoters Archbishop Farley Monslgnor James McGean and Thomas M Mulry Supreme President of the St Vincent do Paul Society and who for twentyfive years has been interested In philanthropic wprk The Idea of the Oznnam So ciety is not only jo care for homeless boys but to combine anti establish boys clubs thnt will furnish n com bination of religious Instruction and social life Gymnasiums are to be furnished for every club as well an baths nnd the athletic spirit will be fosterellIt CHILD LABOR LAW Assistant State Labor Commis sioner Patrick J Fllburii Is energetic olatluHUleto the Kentucky statutes it Is un lawful for children under sixteen shopfactoryemployer who employs such children will hav to1 answer in hueI courts As a consequence the PrOpritors of mnny Louisville eBtfibllnAmentft liave been rounding Tup their youthful em- ployM and directing thepi to appear Mfore Pjpfj Marks Superintendent of Public Schools between now and the time school ti peiu BAD BREAK The City Administration linn Troubles of Its Own These TliitesS- huiiulg Light of the Council Turned Down Ior Outsider I lire Captlnn Knocked Dui Detective in Slmdow oj City Wall FRICTION IN THE DPARTMENTS The City Hull continues to Je the scene of troubles and It does not take an opera glass or n searchlight to show that there Is much dissen Ilon within the Republican ranks Wednesday night if the Louisville livening Post is to be belleVecl Coun cilman John L Hluhnrdson wns to liave sonic more to say about C C Stoll his property Interests nnd tux lodgingI urtllnlltelor unfor uuhuiit ely Jtlchardson was not given ii- hituuite to start his fireworks TJie administration is anxious to oust Isaac Forst as President of the Gen Lrnl Council lint the administra tion forces found that It had a house llvlded against itself One faction icl ed by the Mayor wanted Coun cilman Kbner Buyer while that shin ing light soniLtlmcs called the Aurora Borealis of the lower onrd II IP Bcnger wanted to wield till gavel Mean while the socalled Insurgents had nominated III caucus Councilman Arthur A Will It was Uncovered Wednesday night that Willi would win unless the ndniinistrntioni forces centered upon either Buvcr or Iteager hence an ndoiirnnicnt t vns taken Now it Iis saul that lleagcr tins chloroformed his ambition antI that Buyer will be elected to succeed President Forst vhen tiie latlcrs term expires IHlnfCI was askeil during one of the License Boards sessions admit his residence In Aurora hut hut hiii inswer wns anything but satisiactory to t lit people It is no disgrace to liner lived in Aurora Will Itliere limp hidden iii vii fl I uig IIn nukingI llenger the question V u hiuuithe scnndnl nnont t I igggl and dlnmnml HIt II t1hlli Q h illio1011lllic l1 Thel 11118 t i sf pr Dilloni bee1 effectually putt toI sleepl Mr Stoll offered to pay for his part ofr the street one nightt and next morning changed his mind ns lie would change his shirt This is till same C C Stoll who could not afford to neglect his business to accept a place ns Pnrk Commissioner after ac ttlthug the nomination and being elected But it wns easy for him It spare the time when life Mayor of fered him a place on the Board or Public Works with 2500 per annum attached It hns also come to light that there is not that peace or harmony In the Street Cleaning Department that ought to exist The Superintendent Is accused of not speaking to some of his luibboss It is also alleged that the few white laborers left IIn tliaj department are suffering In order to win back the negro vote to Tuft The allwhite employes of the depart ment muy work mi hour In the morn hug but when rain ensues the work is stopped antI the men arc sent home They have to shave their claim for thnt one hour while the uniformed negroes are allowed n full da 8111nefIle Works IIs nlllo causing the taxpayers to take on adverse stand against the present city administration Without notice but perhaps not without redress the Board has ordered perfectly good brick sidewalks to be torn up and replaced with concrete ilie tax payers pay for It and the contractors get the money Several months ago when Jack Bdwman was appointed to a place In the fire department by the Board of Public Safety the Kentucky1 Irish American line occasion to call nf tcntion to his previous record Since then Bowman has been transferred on account of friction that lie cnucd in one company and was not dismissed On August 15 lIen hunch swore out a warrant charging now man with disorderly conduct Bow man is not on duty hits not been nr rested but time warrant has been returned to police hen qullers in dorscd not found CaptMikeEngiuieCmnpanyPope street was talking to nn at torney nt Seventh and Jefferwtn streets An outsider butted into lbs conversation Cnpt Meyers hit him Detective llobert Foster rushed tIP CuhltMeyersvas dismissed In the Police Court Not one dally paper In Louisville mentioned the episode And yet the Louisville Evening Post hUll flue temerity toI publish last Thursday tbnjt Lieut nObeTtrostirbaR ngllhtumid the Panama Canal Commission service When the Louisville lost pvcrnrknles IIt stlilis io the luernrll cat Iou The Kentucky Irish VrnnliI can has printed Fosters army rfy ord There are photographs of hilt army record aunt of his prison record in Louisville Was thieve any special reason for his leaving the EngUsli Royal navy to jjoin tliij Atncrlqar army Arrepresentativp of the Kentuckj Irish American has discovered a cam where a raari was discharged from Jtadefjtire1statement from Uii fact tint tin J l lS sick moan is drawing n weekly benefit from a fraternal society timid Is still receiving medical attention The supposition Is thnt he mutest haVc een active In the 1005 election The people are also commenting on the personal appearance of ninny of the new police and firemen The average citizen is listing a hard time deciding whether some of the new police are officers of the law or men senger boys Some citizens have gone so far as to call the attention of the Assistant State tabor Commissioner to Investigate as to whether boys under sixteen years of age are not being made policemen v FATHER OF ALL Pope Plus X Declines to Banish Flag of Italy Athletes from nil parts of the civ ilized world ure to compete in the Vatican gardens next month anti Pope Pius Xwill be thug most inter ested spectator of nil In this con nection a cablegram from Rome this week reads as follows When the athletic games were be ing organized it was decided that each association si i on Id be headed by Its flog and march past tIm Pontiff It was then found that many Italian club flags were merely the national colors with some special distinctive device and that these associations absolutely refURtd to take part without tlulr flags They were KO nu merous ami strong that their de fection would have meant the failure of the games In this fiiiaiulnry llgr Bisletl tIll lopes Major Doino was approached and he replied emphatically I will never permit the Italian flag in tin Vatican Then some hold spirits thought Ithey would appeal directly to Pins X who at once said I wonder at Mich a question being rUined Of course theyviil come with thick colorsIt suggested that they might be furled to make them less con spicuous Not at all Ixclaimcd Pius X im patiently Have them conic and hold Itheir colors high anti proud before the other nations Are we to be ashamed of being Italians TIll Pope is much gratified at the American participation In the panics ntt his jubilee Alli IIs in readiness for Ithe competition The trophy sent by tIll I nitcd State through the Jtev Francis J1 Sullivan President of the ratholii Athletic League uiewjit jpsefllliut the apartment of LL2h rh trnphi AmcIjllIn 10 Roy 8 of Sew York to Cnriiiim ivvij del Vnl to be contested for by tiC boys of Home All around nre Tel reseptcd figures taking part In American sports anti on the top is the American eagl- eROYAL WELCOME Tendered Marathon Victor by People of Native Town John J Hayes the Olympian Marathon champion received an ova tion when he arrived at Nenagh Ireland the home of his birth A demonstration in which no less than 10000I people took part illuminated liy tar barrels and torchlights and headed by several bands assembled at the station to wait the arrival of the train The demonstration was the largest ever held in Nenagh and consisted of all creeds and classes of the community The railway platform was crowded and the members of the Urban Council were present In full strength to receive the champion The arrival of the train was greetedwlth vociferous cheering and the discharge of fireworks and on his appearance Hayes was borne shoulder high by the enthusiastic crowd In fact he was regularly mobbed and It was with the greatest difficulty that Father Gunning prevailed on the people to allow hint to enter a carriage await ing Immediately he entered the carriage the horses were taken from it and It was pulled through the streets In a triumphant procession to the residence of his grandfather John Hayes Silver street where the hero of the hour was presented to the members of the Urban Council and other public men who congratulated him on his success as a Nenagh man IRiSh ENVOYS Will Be Given Welcome On Arriving In New England The IrishAmericans of Boston anti Sew England are preparing a great welcome for hop John E Jtedmond the lender of the Irish party in Par liament and hlH colleague Joseph Devlin MPI They are expected to reach Boston about the middle of September to attend the convention pf the United Irish League A feature of the entertainment will be an exhibition of track and1 field sports and all the American athletes who took part In the recent Olympian games in London have been invited lromIsesin the United States in connection with time Irish cause V rOPE PIUS IMPROVES i ur Jloly Father Plug Xi who suuf I fexi from a cold stud an aggravated attaik of rhewni ti m early in the week1 wa rep rtetl much improved i ng to lha last cablegrams ii2 s SANCTITY Relegated to time BncUgrouml Iby Many People ofPres emit Day Thoughtful Sermon on Blessed Gabriel by Passionist j Father 1 h Hard to Give CI WorM to Pflll low Example of Crucified Sn lour a SUNDAY AT PASSIONIST RETREAT Quite a number of Louisvlllo people braved the hot sun last Sun day In order to attend the soelmn exercises at Sacred Heart Retreat in honor of the Blessed Gabriel who was recently beatified After a fit teen minutes walk from either the Barret avenue or East Broadway car line the shade of the lawn in front of the Passlonlst monastery was very refreshing During the manylingered chapelThe day was the solemn high mass at 930 celebrated by the Very Rev Father Henry Miller C P assisted by two communityTheGeorge Chase rendered the music of the mass In an excellent manner At the Gospel the panegyric was preached by the Rev Father Wilfrid Avery C P Ho took his text from the gospel of the day or at least that part of It wherein the Saviour told his disciples He that exaltetb him self shall be humbled and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted Father Avery said that In these Jays of socalled progress of striv ing for wealth luxury and human respect the people were despising the humility that should be theirs as Gods creatures and were putting the saints and sanctity in the back ground Many men looked upon tho saints as foolish to shut themselves up In monasteries or In giving their property and lives for others In all ages of the Christian era he said there had been holy men and Kpmen in every walk of life who hada nt il ils and L anks farmer arid soToW noun lay callings He told 0TIillustrious deeds of sonic and of the profound knowledge and piety of othersFather Avery then sketched rap Idly but graphically the career of the Blessed Gabriel who had done noth ing Illustrious who had left behind no great writings He was noted for his profound love of God for his obedience to the laws of the church and the rules of his order His heart was overflowing with his pro found love for his crucified Saviour Francis Possenti for such was the name of the Blessed Gabriel prior to entering time religious state was born at Assist Italy In 1832 Ho came of a noble family He early In life developed a taste for handsome raiment for society and the pleasures of the world With all this he never omitted reciting the rosary and as sisting at mass daily When he was about twentyone he was attacked by a malignant disease and whoa he felt that death was approaching lie promised God that if he would re cover he would enter a religious life He recovered but still he hesitated to give up the pleasures of the world Within two years he again suffered train a violent Illness and this time promised God that In case of recovery ho would enter a Passlonlst monas tery He recovered and kept his wordFather Avery told of the trials and rigors of the first years in the Pas slonlst order and how successfully the humble Francis Possenti went through them all In 1857 he made lila first vows and from then until his death In 18C2 was a model or piety for the entire community The speaker dfd not dwell on the miracles that have been performed after blessing with relics tram this saintly young man but urged all to follow as far as possible his love oC the crucified Redeemer and of his humilityIn afternoon at 330 p clock the chapel was again filled with devout worshipers from all parts of the city After solemn vespers the faith ful were blessed with relics of the Blessed Gabriel This ceremony was repeated from time to time until sun downFORTY YEARS SERVICE Capt William Dunne Deputy Chief of the New York fire department hutJllRSInstborn in Ireland sixtyeight years ago and oatne to America as a youth HIH first employment was coaxing a mule to pull a street ear Thnt was too 1868hefire department ills rise was steady DeputyChief BACK AT POST Time Rev Father William X Buckman has returned to dfw lEaven after a mouths stay at inIndianapolis infirmary WkJUi his tJ condition It much lniproed lie I- aotellttMly recovered front t IndiiipoBUtoa ri a r KEN UOKYIRISH A1MERrCA1 KENTUCKY IRISH iftMERlGflN 1E Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement Irish Americans a d Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY S4 Entered at tbe Loulivllle Poitofflce ut SecondCUs Hitter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 22 1908 GLAD NEWS During the present week prom- Inent Catholic laymen of this city lave received letters from officers of Lhe Superior Council of the St Vin lent de Paul Society In New lork Bid it Is believed that theyv11l re It in the speedy adjustment of the inor differences that have existed r several months among members f the Particular Council in Louts file This will be glad news for all the members of the local conferences EDUCATE YOUU CHILDREN The opening of the school season is fast approaching Scarcely ten days will elapse before colleges academnies and schools will throw I open their doors It 1is the duty of all Catholic parents to see that the children committed to their care receive a sound Christian education There are many Catholic parents who can afford to send their boys and girls to the colleges and acad emies where they get the highest and best advantages To these the Kentucky Irish American wishes to say read the advertisements of St Xaviers College St Catherines Acatlemy and Lorctfo Academy that appear elsewhere in our columns A NEW RECRUIT We are In receipt of a copy of the Marion County Leader d Republican weekly journal published at Lebanon Ky and established a few weeks ago It Is a bright and entertaining fourpage journal and its only fault is that it is Republican In its doctrine However tho fault can be overlooked because the great Amen I can people like fair play and a square deal and they get both by argument It would never do for the editors of American journals to be all of one political mind The Marion County Leader is ably edited by C A Johnston assisted by It C Bland ford and by J Arthur Smith the energetic business manager The p Kentucky Inch iiierlconhn weIcomobej t- ci4tjlTKTh54fOI1ROR rile series of riots at Springfield Ill which resulted in the death of at least six men and the wouifrung of nearly a hundred to say nothhy of the destruction of property ougui to be a lesson to every thinking per son A wise man has said The good that men do lives aftur them So also does the evil that men do The heinous crime of w brutal negro so infuriated the people of the Illinois capital that they lost all semblance of reason and ran riot through the town shooting llynch- Ing burning and destroying llujcrime of one man has made thousands mourn It has rendered innocent people homeless It Ens bereft families of their natural pro tectors It has cost the State thousands of dollars to provide militia to suppress the outbreakand has aroused anew the spirit of race hatred p If the crime of a brutal and ignor ant negro has wrought such havoc what can we expect the Offenses of rtthemore enlightened white people to llead to Every evld deed committed spreads itself but people do not always I remember thatIOLI AGE PENSIONS It is an ill wind that blows nobody good and Parliament in taxing the people of England Ireland Scotland and Wales to pay old age pensions has conferred a benefit on many aged natives of Ireland Anent the pension act the editor of the Dun dalk Democrat writes K The old age pensions act comes into operation on January 1 next and it will very soon be the duty of the County Councils to provide the machinery for carrying out this law civiil be their duty to aptiqint com mittces to examine in the first in stance the applications made for pensions If they pass time applicants us Toeing entitled to pensions and if b the local officers of inland revenue who have to examine the cases on behalf of the treasury endorses the recommendation of time committeeJ I the applicant will at onto enter into lime enjoyment of tho pension m- lliedJ by the State If they dfsagree the local Board of Guardians will have to deci ethe matter by in quince No doubt there will be great difficulty experienced In time begin J ning in deciding on the bpnafidem of- mMy application There waario syikm of public registration of blrthi jn Ireland w nty yaars ago nd no for manyrrs to come see n onter VvvMcnce of age mutt be 0gsin there will fcmJrtlw II be peculiar m difficulty in ascertaining I whether in many cases applicants i are to such an extent destitute of menus as to be entitled to the State pension rCo doubt the local authorities will deal with all such cases in a liberal and gcncrous spirit and we trust that the same will be true of the representatives of the Treasury Application forms are to be had at the postofllces and Postmasters are required to fill these up for applicants where desired to do sothough- It will In some cases be preferable If applicants employ thoroughly sympathetic assistance In what may be a delicate and difficult matter A RARE CHANCE The Louisville Lighting Company has always been fair toward its pa trons and has given the best service for the least money Its competitors are continually striving to take away its business but are never successful Just now the Louisville Light ing Company is making an extra ordinary offer to residents of this city an off r Ihrt ought to be appreciated If Louisville wants to keep in the game as a progressive city it must have more electric lights Electricity is cleaner safer and gives better service than gas for illuminat- Ing purposes FROM AUSTRALIA Ills Eminence Cardinal Patrick Moran Archbishop of Sydney Australia ought to be made nn American by adoption This Is what he hail to say in welcoming the American fleet I can not but regard the present magnificent parade of the American fleet as a sure guarantee and pledge of peace among Christian nations and as an epoch making event in the worlds history I am confident that the Catholic body In Sydneysiii on many accounts offer a most cordial welcome to the American visitors and we mill possibly avail of the opportunity wileh thisI niSiSSiSKi 5SS visit presents to i td titu 4ArIHeiMoran was born in the I County Kildare Ireland September 17 1830 Despite his long residence in Australia he shows inat he is still In favor of the peace and prosperity that was denied him at home- IIETHIIIUTION For years many Americans have been fooled with the jargon about the AngloSaxon blood that binds us to time mother country England The thinking Americans remember what n mother England was to her American colonies what she did In the war of 181215 the attitude she took toward time Union in the civil war Time recent exhibition of British unfairness at the OlympianI games has set many more Americans think- ing Time American journalists are now investigating British methods and the government of her colonies The Saturday Evening Post of Philadelphia is one of tho foremost journals in time hunt for the British lion just now and has gathered statistics lo show that the English people Ire unfair Read this Drastic legislation is shaping to discourage sedition in India and wheat which literally millions of Indians need for nourishment is weekly exported to Liverpool Eng lund line long been taking the wheat and sending back antisedition laws During the last forty years of the nineteenth century some fifteen mill ion people perished of famine in Indianot because means of trans portation were lacking still less be cause the country was not abundantly capable of producing all the food its inhabitants needed but because time people were too wretch edly poor to buy it Lord Canon estimated the av erage annual income of the agri cultural population threequarters of the whole as 6 a head in a land rich in natural resources whose density of population is less than half that 9f England and Scotland only half that of Japan and but little more than half that of Italy and German So naked and helpless are the people that at any adverse breath they die like files From these people England draws in one way and another about a jI hundred and fifty millions dollars a yeamaintaining time sixdollarsaI liead level Such is time largest fact concerning English rule in India I Security of life and property has jfngjllshmans1 1I andIpans to raini abundantly at the ri jBt MUoiailIl own nelgaborhood rt That inany IIflos ot fl ifi year In and year out never have enough food to satisfy their hunger Is the testimony of Englishmen them selves They testify also to many millions of acres that might be brought under cultivation by publio works such as drainage and irriga tion while steady productivity of the area already cultivated could be as sured by like works Now look at Mother picture See how the American Government has treated its colonies in the Philippine Islands in Sulu Guam and Porto Rico Look what it has done and is still doing for the people of Cuba Some day the American people will fullycomprehend the depth Qt duplicity to which tile English will descend and at the some time they will realize the full glory of American government KNIGHTS OF 011IB11SI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Associate members are now eligible to the offices of Grand Knight and Deputy Grand Knight Knights in every State are urging their respective Congressman to vote for the Discovery day bill which will make October 12 a national holiday Delegates to the national conven tion ordered a referendum of the councils of the order to be taken on the question of appropriating 500000 to the Catholic University Wisconsin Knights had a splendid outing at Lake Ononomowoc all last fn11lies letic sports heard lectures anti at tended religious exercises At the national convention held in St Louis recently the delegates voted against a proposition to affiliate with the American Federation of Catholic Societies The vote did not mean a disapproval of the Federation Idea but a desire to be eon servative until federation plums are more clearly defined Members of the order In Chicago have protested against the removalI of the Drake fountain the only statue of time discover of America now In that city from the downtown district to South Chicago More than 50000 Knights consider the threatened removal as an affront to the Catholics HECEXT DEATHS Mummy friends are sympathizing with Mr and Mrs Henry W Imorde whose infant s n Joseph Marion died at their home in Meadowbrook last Sunday night The funeral took place from Holy Name church Tues day morning Mr and Mrs Herman Moeller are mourning the denthof their son John Joseph Moeller The little fellow was only three years of age The funeral took place from the residence of his grandmother Mrs Jolu jMpUratli 1201 Pine street Wcdnes yl morning 1 pt Mary Fallahny die tIleI- e 1614 Bunk street WUncsday fortySlPatrick Falluhay who diet several months ago Three daughters and two sons survive Time funeral1 which was largely attended tools llace from St Patricks church yes terday morning latrick Fitzgerald for many years employed at St Louis cemetery tiled at his hoihe 2202 Barret avenue Monday afternoon He had suffered from a complication of ailments anti his death hind been expected for sev eral days Two sons anti a daughter survive him The deceased wasporn in Ireland seventy years ago but spent nearly halt a century in Louis vile The funeral took place from St Brlgids church Wednesday morn- Ing The funeral of Frank Driscoll who died suddenly on Friday took place from St Frances of Home church Sunday afternoon The deceased was twentythree years old and a hotelier by trade Time bursting of a bipod vessel caused a hemorrhage antI Mr Drlscoll died before the flow of blood could be stopped Ho Is survived by hits widow who resides at 1524 Pope street The deceased was an Indus trious young man and was well thought of in the community f Henry J Adams it well known anti highly respected grocer nUll saloon keeper died at French Lick Springs whither he had gone for n brief rest on Monday night The excessive lieat is supposed to have superinduced an attack of heart failure Time deceased was fortyone years old and Is survived by lila wife who was formerly Miss 1136 Llnertwo sons John and Henry Adams and two brothers who reside in Cincinnati Time remains were brought to Louisville Tuesday and conveyed to the family residence 513 Shelby street The funeral took place from St Williams church Thursday morning Grief over the death of her brother Henry Bosse who passed away last month Is believed to be responsible for the death of Mrs Wilhelmina Goda who died at her home in Jef ferson county Tuesday afternoon Time deceased was almost sixtysix years old but had lived In Louisville nearly fifty years A few years ago Mr and Mrs Coda removed to a farm in Jefferson county She is survived by her husband Bernard T Goda two daughters Mrs Joseph Mor thorst and Miss Anna Coda and two sons Bernard and WilJIam Goda The funeral took place from St Helens church Wednesday morning BUSY CLUB MADE MERRY The Busy Little Sewing Club rave an outing at Shawnee Park last lues day and spent the latter part of the day at Fontaine Perry Park where all partook of a nice luncheon and enjoyed the many amusement de I vices The party was chaperoned T v Mpssrs ana Mesdames Phil Rerb ll- iApgust Schwartz Albert HarrisonI Georg Delote and Mesdames Young Jvnoop and Bishop Time young people Vrere Misses Helen Herbold Cecilia Ilerbold Marie Schwartz Aline lint rison Viola Harrlion Alma Kuhn Phydllia Belote Lillian Belpte Ltlllnn Ktdler Minnie Keller KatIe Kpenig Albert Knppp Mewirv I Xarth05pII I iirt Cwrry and K ynu nd Gn SOCIETY 1 Mr and Mrs John Hodapp of Clifton are in Atlantic City Mr and Mrs William Newman are visiting relatives in Frankfort Miss Katie Miller is expected to return from Stithton next week h I MUs Margaret Flynn Is spending a week at Niagara Falls and Buffalo Miss Anna Ryan left Sunday to spend ttwo weeks in Boston and New YorkjMrs George Schumate and Miss Mccjweeney are visiting friends in Chicago Misses Mamie1 Curran and Pearl Garrity have returned from a visit to Glencony f f Mrs Sarah Dyke of Spring Valley Ohio is the guest of Mr anti Mrs S Everin Miss Catherine McLaughlin of Xew Albany is spending two weeks atI Princeton Ind orMr and Mrs John Nadorff and baby left Mondayto spend two weeks at White Mills Mr and Mrs John Gorman of South Louisville have returned from Martinsvllle Ind Miss Loretta Burke is the guest of Misses Mattie and Sue Brown at Bucchels Stationf J M Ryan Jr has gone to Boston and other New England seaports to spend the summer Mr and Mrs E J Langan and daughter Nellie spent the week at French Lick Springs Miss Dominica Stanford Is spend ing a fortnight with relatives at St Marys Marlon county Mr and Mrs Frank Dacher are spending a well earned vacation at Sweet Sulphur Springs Ind Michael Maloney and wife and Miss Maggie Mnloney have gone to New York for a three weeks visit Miss Rose Rush has gone to Mun fordsvlllo to spend several weeks with her father Patrick Rush Miss Lillian Fischer has returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Bedford and Terre Haute Ind Mrs Lizzie McCloud has gone to Atlantic City and otherjaterji points for a visit of thr Gweeks Miss Lily Dajjelston one of South Shelby struts prettiest girls Is spending Tier vacation at Burkesvlllc Gallagflerand Mrs John T Combs of Portland Miss Bee Kelly and niece Miss Margaret Filburrii are visiting Mr and Mrs Dennis Glenn at Providence Ky Vv v Miss Anna Lllelihnn who has been visiting in New York and the East is expected home time first part of next week Miss Lillian C Keating has re turned to her home in Shelbyville after spending ten days with friends In Louisville Misses Maria and Lena Bowling have returned from a visit to relatives In New Haydn and other points in Nelson county Casper Hammer anti Henry Pa slick were among time residents of Louis yule registered at French Lick Springs this week Mr and Mrs Fred Struck and chil dren and Mrs Lena Struck have gone to spend a month at Benton Harbor Mich and Chicago Miss Lillian Gingell of fannelton Jail is spending two weeks with her cousin Miss Mothildnbel Galllgan 1131 De Barr avenue Martin McCue and John Francis two popular officers of the Fourth police district are back on duty after their ten days vacation ii 1111witltelating as umpire in the tennis tournament nti Central Park Among the Louisville guests at Sweet Sulphur Springs Ind this week were Henry Hunold William Bartels and Mrs Dan Hanger George Clarke of Lexington who spent n mpnth In the West was time BerinlhlthisMrs Michael Hill who has been quite 111 at her homo on Garden street Is somewhat improved to time gratification of her many friends Misses Ferol Cox and Mayme Fries popular members of St Johns choir left Tuesday for a fortnights visit to Lily White Sulphur Springs lete Miller and William D Chester left this morning on a visit to Leb anon to attend St Charles church picnic and visit friends for n few days 0 Mr and Mrs John F Oetken of New Albany returned home O01lIay- from Chicago after n weelfd visit as the guestsjpf Mr and Mrs John McAvoy rti Miss Xelilel FSnegan of 1139 Sixth street Is about recpvered from her recent accident and her many friends will expect to seeqher out In a fewda3si Frank Q Adams has been sadly missing from tJle Barret avenue car- line for the past week The genial deputy CIrcuU Clerk Is sojourning at Dawfton Sprlnri Police S er Ury William Price familiarly kwuuIDadl ex petd to return from his vacation IH EtytaoMtoo eojjintjr next weekv Dur ir ing his absence Capt Edward Bright has been attending to Mr Prices dutiesII Mrs Capt Keating three children of Bluff ton S C aro visit ing James and Miss Mary Keating her brother and sisterinlaw 1808 Portland avenue Mrs Catherine Morgan of 502 Twentysixth street and her daugh ter Miss Mamie Morgan have gone to Manitou Springs Col for a stay of several weeks Mrs Edward Parker has as her guests Rebecca and Nettle Glenn ofIFrankfort Miss Regina Lee of Albany and Miss Margaret Wright- of Columbus Ind Miss Bessie OBryan one of the most beautiful girls In Owensboro and the eldest daughter of Mayor W M OBryan spent the week visiting friends in this city Frank P Burke fresh from a two weeHs sojourn of rest and recreation at Artie Springs has taken up his new duties as city solicitor for time W II Neill Company Adolph Hays Imeadof the Hays Cloak and Suit Company 302 Fourth avenue and his manager Miss Katie Qulnlnn have gone to New York to select their fall stock Mrs Frank McGrnth and her sons Masters James anti Edward and Miss Blanche Mitchell have gone to Ptoskey and other Northern resorts for a mtayof two weeks Miss Katie Morris has returned from her vacation spent amid sylvan shades and has resumed her duties in the lace department at time Stew art Dry Goods Company Misses Katie Henley and Inez Bannou have returned from a ten days sojourn at Blackiston Mills where they were members of a merry house party for ten days Thomas J Murnane a member of the firm of Schuble Murnane con tracting bricklayers who has been confined to his home 518 East Walnut street as the result of a sprained ankle is able to be out again J F Sullivan manager of the Louisville Meat Market accom panied by his wife and daughters Margaret and Regina are spending a fortnight at Lafayette Ind where they are time guests of their sister Mrs A Sullivan Muster Edward Slattery and Miss Virginia Slattery of Memphis are Mrrny4Mrsi 7d i3k1 rjlhIMemphis abomit- el 14Ti I T B Ford chief clerk to the Assistant Traffic Manager of the Southern Railway Company Is receiv ing the congratulations of his rail road friends on the arrival of a handsome babv girl at liis homo 035 Third street It Is hard to tell which PapaJoordMisses Eulalln anti Elise Cullen daughters of T F Cullen arrived home Wednesday after spending a two mouths visit with their aunts Mesdames J P and M T McIntyre at Mobile Ala Before resuming their studies at Sacred Heart Academy the Misse Cullen will spend a few weeks with their sister Mrs J B Ford of 035 Third street Mrs Mary T Barrett and little daughter Lillian have returned from daughterMrsnicagoQuiteyoungladiesand Mesdames Barrett and Hannon chaperoned a party of them to South daysInKnopfLoimisedekc All enjoyed the lake trip and the fresh air afforded by the lake resort Miss Beatrice McGovern daughter of Mr and Mrs Phil McGovern role brated her twelfth birthday at the family residence Flora Heights or Tuesday Her guests were Misses Margaret Higgins Sabina Sohn Flor SlkkingVirginiaanti Ethel liankin Loretto and Minnie Conway Anna May Hunchmann Clar DorothjStrlepe ByerleyTimetertained and enjoyed a pleasant day Friends of Mrs Mary J Clines whose birthday occurred last Sunday when a number of her frjonjja pleasantly surprised her when they immammyhappyeral hours her residence on Fifth street near Brecklnridge was a scene of pleasure Among the guests MaryClineslam M1 Higgins Mrs ThomnK D CunnummglmamnMary Messrs John dines William M lug gins Thomas 1 Clines Jr and William Cunningham FORTY HOURS PKAYER The Forty Hours Adoration will be gin at St Frances of Rome church In Clifton at the late mass at 1030 oclock tomorrow morning The altars will be tastefully decorated for the occasion NEW VENTURE Mrs Johil J Sullivan Sr has opened a dry goods and notions store at Twentieth and Dro dwnrThestore is modernly I drawing trade rapidly- TWENTYFOURTII ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs John F Chester celebrated their twentyfourth wedding anniversary Wednesday with a euchre in the afternoon for the la dies and a stag party for the gentlemen in the evening The winner of euchre prizes were Mrs Albert B6rntraegerF1 Mrs Dan Lyons Mrs Joseph Stuessy Mrs Vincent Esterle Mrs J M Keaney and Miss Clara Stuessy Mrs r Chester was assisted lMrryfls1kas1lierineasy rJOIe present at the stag 0 0 c YYd t if YOLl s MICHAELH 342 W MARKET ST CHILDRENS FOOTWEART- hisi store makes a specialty of Childrens high grade school footwear We have shoes for every imaginable purposefor school for sport for travel for promenade for house or ing Shoes that will supply every demand of simple fastidious taste Our line of new footwear for fall and dancIII you now will awaits buy your delectation Call and see what we + + + +++ + 9 M H K H H H+X o X i St Catherine of Sienna Academy NEAU SPRINOFIEJEjD ICY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES Academic Commercial and Preparatory Departments Thorough t V Instruction in all the arts Beautiful and healthful location new y X and commodious buildings with all modern improvements X V The Academy Is Conducted by tbe Dominican Sister vt y y FOR PAIITIODIAHS ADDUEHS Y y Mother Prioress St Catherines Post Office Ky o D8808 esso LORETTO ACADEMYg Boarding School For Young Ladies S Near Lorctto Station on the Knoxville Branch of Ionlivillr and Nashville Railroad 8 Pounded 1812 chartered 16211 Oldest Kducatlonal Institution In Kentucky yet thoroughly 5 progressive and uptodate First session begins first Monday In September second session lj begins fourth Monday III January Pupils received at any time Location healthful grounds extensive anti beautiful School building new and commodious equipped with all modern Improvements Cuisine 1Is excellent Wellfilled library including all Standard Work and leading periodicals Course of study thorough and comprehensive monthly report sent to parenll or guardians Conveyance from the Academy meets morning and evenIng traIns Telephone connects Academy with station whence telegrams may be sent to all points An Illustrated Prospectus giving all necessary Information may bo obtained by addressing DIRECTRESS Lorctto Academy Nerinx KyIIJ yyQ SCHOOL SUPPLIES BOO S tBrJl ECTANUS COit ct PRESTON AND MARKET STS t IN ALL BOYSI Doublebreasted Suits with plain knee pants we now offer 350 and 4 Suits forff 2and 5 6 and 750 Suits for 3Get the Boys School Suits no- wLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET STS t JrL LJ SENNINGS PARKTa- ke THIRDSTREET OARS Open when all others are closed Here you will find first lass service and everything the best were Messrs W If Carlisle George Lyons William S Kelly Larry Fit burn D J Qleeson Albert D Gregg John J Barry William Carlisle Jr Harry S Hennessy James Lawson Albert Manila John Sipes Frank Sweet John llalloran Peto Miller and WillIam D Chester Mr anti Mrs Chester were the recipients of many ham mj pre ents In hOnor o their anniversary Prof William Broyle orchestra rendered an excellent pro gramme j 0IIJo QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES hasbeenthebestquickly bake excellently ant 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 sellatold prices GEHER 6c SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND cnas fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thsir kind lu the city ArticlesI434 West Jefferson Street CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Home Phone t1942 Curnb South 6- 28TflOSJKflNY CUIRATEDRUOOIST- Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra pricesSeeHousehold cleaning preparations at cut pricesSIXTH AND OAK PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OFINSANEAND- EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersoaville lad GENUINE BOTTJED youfindbeing deceived For picnics out ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 1tMli MlMklii St his pitMM i j 2a I r