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FFKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN SATURDAY MAY S 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS SORROW I In Two Congregations Over the JJxehange ot Faltliiul Pastors Itijvi T1 Father Connolly Leaves 8t1 Briglds to Locate In Paducah J Devoted Shcpperd oiMcCrackcn County Comes to This City J OCCASION FOR GENERAL REGRET Two beloved pastors in this diocese had sorrowful duties to perform las- tSundaytint Is each one was bid ding his congregation farewell after long yearn of faithful service One was the Ror Father Henry A Con- nolly of St Brigids parish this city the other was the Rev Father Herman W Jansen of St Frnticis tie Sales church at Paducah They are simply exchanging places In reality the exchange amounts to nn ecclesiastical promotion for Father Connelly but he regrets to leave the congregation he bas labored for so faithfully for many years Ill health on the part of Father Jansen made it imperative upon him to ask for a change Ho was or dained more than thirty years ago and for the last twentysix years has labored at Paducah A year ago his people did him great honor on the oc casion of his silver jubilee among them He has been the agent in erectingone of the linndsomct churches in this diocese and is re vered by all residents of Pnducah irrespective of creed Father Connelly came to Louisville about thirty years ago He was a modest but an energetic priest After several years at the Cathedral and on minor missions he was as signed to the old St Briglds church about twentyone years ago After four years of hard work lIe built the l present St Brigids church on Von lorries avenue He has struggled j and worked incessantly to build up his congregation and s Both Fathers Connell hoolII will be regretted by the they are leaving both will find xiirm hearts jji iiiui iiui iijiMt The people of St Briplds congre gation were stricken with sorrow when they were informed of Ills im pending departure last Sunday but bearing In mind the teachings of the church they submitted to the will of Gods ministers Accordingly they adopted the following resolutions Whereas It has pleased our Right Rev Bishop to withdraw from our midst our beloved pastor the Rev Henri A Connolly in order to favor him by placing him In a more extensive and honorable field of labor in our Lords vineyard and while we are glad to see his true worth recognized It is with tho most pro found sorrow that we part with such n pious and noble priest who for nearly twentytwo years lies by his untiring and selfsacrificing spirit en deared himself to every member of St Briglds parish therefore be it Resolved That we the members of St Hrlglds congregation jointly and severally express by these reso lutions our appreciation of our de parting pastor whom we are loath to lose Be it also soII Resolved That in parting with him we feel ourselves stirred to the very I depths of our emotions when we I consider the fatherly solicitude ho has constantly manifested in all that concerned our spiritual welfare and the care he lies exercised hi prepar ing our little ones for their first approach to the holy table and in keeping them In the path of recitude benefits which make us his debtors with an Indebtedness we can never fully repay Bo it also Resolved That in his departure our city loses a strong upholder of that morality which alone forms civic righteousness Be It also Resolved That we commend our zealous and devoted pastor to the members of St Francis do Sales parish Paducah Ky trusting that ho will find in them a faithful and if poslble a more loving field and praying that every blessing and happiness may abide with him in his new sphere of labor Be it further Resolved That a copy of these + resolutions be sent to the Rev Henry A Connolly and a copy be inserted In our local papers and in that of his new home Paducah r WELCOMEr Given Visitors by Lexington Knights of Columbus on Sunday Lexington Council Knights of Columbus initiated a large class ot candidates last Sunday afternoon and followed it with a banquet at one of the swellest cafes in th Bluegrass region In the evening More than 500 Knights sat down to the banquet and every section of tIle State from Maysvllle to Paducah waR represented The Knights and candi dates attended mass at St Paul s phnrcb In Uje morning but there were deputations at the depot to meet tIle visitors from Louisville Paris Covlnifton Newport and elsewhere One Knight was present from Iii r min ham Ala heldI LIn ell oftl n Council The home council put on the first degree Cov nglbn Council the second and u team from Louisville headed by John M iMulloy the third A brief recess was taken between the initiatory exercises and the banquet The Knights assembled in the grand salon of one of Lexingtons leading restaurants The menu was excellent and befitting a Kentucky feast James J OBrien Secretary to Mayor John Sham was toast master and acquitted himself in true JCentucky style Attorney J J hay nnagh of Louisville responded to iie toast The Young Catholic and his remarks drew enthusiastic ap plause John Talbot of Bardstown had for his theme Woman a Curse or a Blessing Hon Frank ODon null Grand Knight of Maysvllle Council spoke on Columbian Knighthood and the Lay Apostolate Hon James Kehoe of Slaysville made an impromptu address which was considered one of the best ofu his many able orations Each of the speakers was given his meed of ap plause Circuit Clerk James Rogers took charge of the Louisville visitors on their arrival and never left them until they returned home Monday hanqnetSl1ncJahome and the returned visitors pro nounce him n prince of enter tainers EL CAPITA By Ceclllan Choral Club Will Draw Two Large Crowds Everything is in readiness for tho Cecillan Choral Clubs production of Kl Capitan which is booked for Macauleys Theater next Monday and I Tuesday evenings After careful and diligent rehearsals one of the I most complete and artistic renditions of any opera ever given in Louisville by amateurs will be the result Cast and chorus have reached a standard which is only seen in professionals of the higher class An augmented orchestra will add to the brilliancy of the opera and nothing has been left undone in regard to costumes and scenery I packedhousesClub next Monday and Tuesday performance will know what to expect in the more ambitious El Capltan The public may rest assured that both music and dialogue will please the tastes of the most fastidious The book and lyrics wore written by Charles Klein a celebrated play ELCapitanJOlI111bllip todayMonday MACJQN COUNCIL Heard Interesting Talk On Topic of Real Heart Interest President Louis J Kieffer had the honor and pleasure of presiding over the largest meeting of Mackin Coun ell since the election of officers Tuesday night The attendance was so great that additional chairs had to be brought into the hall On ac count of the intellectual treat that urns in store the necessary routine business was dispatched with nil due celerity The resignation of Thomas Ruchman was accepted with regret upontoN IE Weber who lies been inling reported well John Krekel was I1arlJIhome with typhoid fever was re ported approaching convalescence Henry Everslage was also said t bo on the high road to complete recov cry Thomas D Clines reported in behalf of Maekins Choral Club that thefourTown and that those who had wit nessed the rehearsals were of the opinion that Mr Kanstons latest production would eclipse any former effort of the club The treat of the evening was nn heorftoJudgeCharlesWilsontoldMacllns originof antiofnumerous instances where boys and pathsof Ifthedren would In all probability have be come criminals Judge Wilson made memberstoJuvenileCourt offelressTudgeand many members expressed the entertamingcouncil Before adjourning the coon theConventonflghtllAPOSTOLIC POVERTA The late lamented Bishop Bernard J McQimlcl died In apostolic poverty and nt his demise possessed not a propertyhad NeortIJllRightBevColton of Buffalo and Hickey of Jlochesier to IHV joint executors of his hill Bishops Ludden and Colton Will jiot quaMfy M they d m Bishop Htckey comp t 3it to ervr our tin tefws of th will oJ mnnn HARVEST HOME American College Vants Its Sons to Visit Route in Juno Baby Institution Has Outstrip lied All Others in Itapiil Growth Bishop MeCloskey ot Louisville AVas First Mend of Institution MANY DIGNITARIES ARE GOING Great preparations are being made in Rome for the golden jubilee of itSjfiftJpassed all Its fellow institutions in the lEternal City In energy and learning and in point of usefulness itis fast forging ahead of the Irish College f ended by Pope Gregory XIII and he English College found 1111nomehas been the nursery of Irish priests tively and prelotesII but it has done wonders for the church in America Practically all of the European countries have colleges In Rome and some of them run- back almost to ancient history The Irish and English Colleges trace their existence to medieval times All of overagofromThe American College alone has 150 pastisan American ecclesiastical university will be necessary In Romo The signs of the times indicate that ere many years such a tiring will occur I particular presentDlshopGeorge McCloskoy was Its first Rector Since 1808 he has labored in the Lords vineyard here but he has always taken an interest in this great institution of which he was the first head I Bishop MeCloskey was born in Brooklyn N Y November 10 1822 vnhJBeJj jityFeYenttbhas been a lifelong student I At t- heliee age of thirteen he entered upon his preparatory course a- Mount I St Marys College Maryland Later he devoted himself to thee butlgaveyearsInordained by Archbishop Hughes in the old St Patricks Cathedral New York City on October 0 1852 In the following year he returned to SemIInaryI Sacred Scripture In 1857 he was chosen to become Director of the yearGeorgetownI the honorary degree of Doctor of Theology I On the establishment the Ameri can College December 8 1859 tho Very Rev William George McCloskeyj thelAmerlPius IX us its first President He held that responsible office eight years or until May 24 1808 when he was consecrated Bishop of Louisville During the past fifty years there have been many Presidents and pro fessors of the American College who have risen to high places in tho church in America but none have had such a long career as our own Bishop MeCloskey I The present Rector or resident bl1sJiwithassisted bPthe Vice Rector the Rev1 Charles Ay OHern Time jubilee will Id1Itofithenearly 100 are expected fiftyof carIIpathaiThis party will include Monslgnor John M Farley Archbishop of New York Monsignor Morris F Burke MonsignorCharlesBrooklyn ana Monslgnor O C Cor rigan Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore Among the prominent alumni and cxi Rectors of tho college is Monsignor ofBostonin Rome until then The gathering will bo rendered more solemn by the presence of Monsignor DIomede Fal conio Apostolic Delegate to Wash ington who IIs expected to be in perhaps it being practically decided that while waiting for his rise to the Car dlnnlate he will be succeeded in America by Monsignor Aversa now Apostolic Delegate to Cuba Finally the celebration of the American College will have the seal of a Papal letter showing the satin faction of the Holy See at the prog ress of this important institution YOUNG LIFE CLOSED Mr and Mrs John McGinn ot 1609 sfmpat1 of their daughter Miss Agnes Mc Ginn who died Sundaynight The deceased was 1 lovely lovable girl and had been ill a ong time but all her sufferings were born with regret1npaiawgleaving tier fond pareattj Miss Me Clan Waa ndeared to many of the o I j I I PatricksII memorJII church Wednesday morning I and the church was crowded with mourning friends and relatives PRO ISEr- y And 1erforuuanceNotCoutpati ble With the 1resent City Administration r di 1 Steam Plow Versus Bowlders 75Causedmeat Among YIHOUCS Public Spirited Citizens For Revenue Only Arc Subjects olMlrtli I1 POLITICS AND SCHOOL BOARD t t IThat there isNast difference be tween promise and performance was never better exemplified than In the admlntstraIprior to election called for retrenchment and reform J In every deportment On tIlls pla form Mayor Grin stead and his colleagues were elected but their performances have not kept pnomisesOnei was brought to light 4 this week A 2500 steam engyie attached to a plow was used to tear up the boulder pavement at Seven Ifand Broadway In addition to the wear and tear on plowtherofor an engineer 350 a day more for a foreman andfive laborers at 150 a day each Experienced busi ness men and contractors stopped looked and laughed Is this a sam ple of reform t easked and answered the que3 ion themselves Four men at ltfpa day could do the work In less urn and do It with ThqtIsform Foster and Luchslnger the sure smelling sleuths offithe Police department have been promoted to Captaincies for efficient work In scenting a lifted lldtan Sundays The present admlnlstraypn promised to wbreakingDespite all the sensational raids arid arrests but one license has been taken away Why The city ad ministration needs the money By the way the Mayor has a near monosyllabic cabinet nowGreen Stone Munn Stoll Brand and Bar rett It Is too bad Mr Grinstead can not lose the only two syllable man and supplant him with a man of one syllable How would Knott do It turns out that Ed Green Instead of Garnett Munn is the new head of the Board of Public Safety James C Stone the new member of the board Is salt to be a good man Probably he Is but he Is laying him self open to contagion in his present company Mr Stone has been de scribed as a public spirited citizen So are they all public spirited citizens Mr Stoll for instance who withdrew from the nonsalaried office of Park Commissioner to take a place on the Board of Public Works at 2500 a year and Gnrnett Munn who retired from the nonsalaried of fice of Alderman to become a member 2000IorksIfor a corporation that wants streets closed Mayor Grinstead himself Is public spirited enough to have the citys secret service fund raised 11500 a year and he alone controls- It The reformers promised to cumin ate politics from the Louisville public school system Did they Was there ever more politics In the School Board than at present Even Presi attemptedIl his story to the grand Jury Other Trustees have made vague statements that hint at something more RightI now It would seem that Mayor Grin IIstead and his followers have their hands full nM tiC FOIL CATHEDRAL A bazar will beheld In St Francis Hall in the basement of the Lathe ilrnl during the week beginning Mona tiny May 24 The proceeds will be used in defraying the expenses at tacked to repairing the Cathedral danJagcdbJeral meeting of the ladles and gentle men of the congregation will be held nt St Francis Halt at 8 oclock next Monday evening- ROOSEITTLV III TO MEET POPE According to cable advices ex= President Roosevelt has written Car dinal Satolli that on his return from Africa he will visit Rome and pay Ills respects to the Holy Father When Cardinal Satolli was Papal Delegate to the United States ho and the President were quite good friends al though Roosevelt had not attained the eminent position that later be came his CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee of tho Catholic Knights o America will meet in regular seexion at St Marys Hall Eighteenth street neap Gray son next Friday evening On ac count of Important matter to be couiildered aa tall attendance of the delegate is desirable GOSSIP 01 the European Status Is Ovcr- ahntlowcd by Irish Questions r Erins Sons Gave I dinbur h Man Intel Eye on Fail ure to Answer Outlook tor Success ot President Cmiunliifjs IMlsslon Not Encouraging MANY THEMES FOR MUSING The deposition of Abdul HuraeO In Turkey the unrest of the other powers the presentation of Lloyd Georges budget In England time visitation of severalI hundred Ger man workingmen to London the continued agitation of the Irish home rule question and the visit of National President Cummings of the American Ancient Order of Hibernians have all been themes for gossip on the other side of the Atlantic ocean within the week but to the minds of the Irish people the last two features overshadow nil time others for the time being lIon T 1 OConnor the London correspondent of the Chicago Tribune points out that the forces of the Irish party are still at work in Scotland He saysThat huge drop in East Edinburgh from 4174 in 1906 to 458 llast week is the handwriting on the wall And yet the secret history ought to convey a necessary lesson to the Lib era leaders and especially to Asquith the Prime Minister for it Is in his power to transform tho situation so as to make such Incidents Impossible in the future What happened was that the Irish voters put to Gibson the Liberal can didate time two questions they now address to every candidate Are you in favor of an Irish Parliament arid will you use your influence to make It a leading issue at the next elec tion Gibson who to give him his due has been a home ruler all his life answered the first question in the affirmative but boggled at the second saying it was for better men than lie to settle that question He complicated the situation still fur- thelbJpromlslng to votefor time in spection of convents a silly and bigoted proposal supported only by ultra Protestant extremists The Irish voters placed themselves loyally In the hands of their leaders and they decided In accordance with the policy adopted with Winston Churchill at time Manchester and Dundee ejections that they could not support Gibson What makes the hesitation of Premier Asquith more pronounced is that in private he already has adopted the demand of the Irish leaders speakIng fnjm National President Cummings anti State Chaplain ODqnneil says These gentlemen came across to Ireland on n patriotic mission the object of which we think entitles them to blue thanks of all patriotic Irishmen and to a hearty welcome In any part of this country and we trust the delegates will get a right hearty welcome on their visit to the Gap of the North In its news columns the Democrat tells of a socalled conference nt the Greshatn Hotel In Dublin which was arranged l y President Cummings and Father ODonnell The proceed ings opened nt 230 oclock anti continued until 6 The gentlemen who met the American delegates on be half of the Board of Erin A 0 II were Hon Joseph Devlin M P and the Rev T C Cannon of Letter kenny Seumas MacManus of Done gal National President Secretary Ferguson and Solicitor Farrell represented the other branch of the order At the conclusion ant the socalled conference J D Nugent who was one of the delegates to the conference with Mr Devlin saidIThe conference In question sep arated without arriving at any agreement As regards the details of the discussion ve do not desire t6 make any statement at present Our sixty thousand members of time Ancient Order of Hibernians in Ireland will continue their work for faith amp fatherland As strong supporters of the Irish national movement we be hove that the center of an organiza tion working fdf Ireland ought to be located in Ireland and not In Amen ica Our national convention meet ing on Irish soil is and continues to be the supreme authority to formulate the policy of the organization To read between the lines the mission of the American delegates does not bear an encouraging outlook PIN SCRATCHES DANGEROUS polsonlugfromwas never more fully exemplified than at Howling Green last week Miss Agnes Moran a saleslady in a dry goods store there accidentally scratched one of her limbs with a pin She paid little attention io it at the time but blood poisoning de veloped on time following day and Miss Moran was compelled to remain In bed four days Happily she is now on the road to recovery LABOR INSPECTOR IFILIWRN Louisvillebaamen Xnploner of Agriculture Shortly alter Gov Willson was Inaugurated Mr Hllburn was appointed Assistant Labor Inspector and filled the duties of the office so well that when the Labor Inspector resigned he was pro muted to the vacancy Mr Fllburn is a Louisville boy n Kentuckian and an IrishAmerican Ho began to earn his own livelihood as a locomo the engineer on the Louisville d Nashville Railroad Company more than twentyfive years ago He was faithful energetic and cripableI moreover n leader of men During the labor troubles of 189391 rr1 Fllburn was in the of batboattle and the railroads him Time Irish blood in his veins did not per flghtJng what lie believed to be right for the betterment of conditions in shops and factories Ills friends arc glad that his abilities have at last been recognized by his Republican col leagues DIAMOND JUBILEE Orphans of St Josephs Asylum Celebrate Six tieth Anniversary Last Sunday was the sixtieth an nlvrsary of St Josephs Orphan Asylum and the members of St Jo sephs Orphans Society the orphans and their friends went to St Josephs church to celebrate the occasion religiously Six large vans were used to carry the orphans from the asy lum to the church and tho various commandcrles of the Knights of St John and the two companies of the uniformed rank of the Catholic Knights of America acted as escorts of honor Several blocks from tho church the procession was met by the OrphanIand followed the cortege to the churchTho orphans in gala attire entered tho church first and wore followed by the Knights while the members of the asylum society their friends and the parishioners of St Josephs filled up what pews remained After sol emn vespers had been sung the Rev Father Rotheut preached an eloquent sermonAt conclusion of the religious ceremonies the orphans were con ducted to the parochial school hall where a veritable feast was spread for them After the orphans the Knights and members of the St Josephs Society were entertained All are loud In praise of the hospitality of St Josephs congregation Last year tho society did not at tempt to raise outside funds for the asylum but this year it has been de ttermined to give a picnic and lawn fete on then grounds oLJ3t Josephs Orphan Asylum on August 11 WEDDING BELLS Rang Merrily for Gorman Mantz Wedding Tues day Morning St Mary Magdalens church was filled Tuesday morning with friends of Mss Clara E Gorman and villinm Hant whose nuptials were solemnized by the Rev Father William GaiiKCpohl A nuptial mass followed the marriage rite An elaborate musi cal programme was presented under the direction of Mrs Fred hang An augmented choir sang the bridal chorus from Lohengrin ns the bridal party proceeded to the altar While Father Gausepohl was per forming the words that made the young people man and wife Miss lineldn Shea rendered Schumann Traumerei on time violin with organ accompaniment During time nuptial mass the choir sang Gounods massy and at the offertory Mrs Al Barrett Theodore Wclsenberger and Charles SIcrsdorfer sang Owens beautiful trio Ave Maria Mendelssohns wedding march was played as the bridal party left the church After the ceremonies the bride and weddinghreakfaRt the home of the brutes parents Mr and Mrs llugh Gorman 1310 South Floyd street After Mr and Mrs Hantz will make their home at Pcnsacola Fin The bride has been much rirtmlred for her charming graces and the fortunate husband I IH a rising young business man tit Pensacola NEV CHURCH FOIL LEXINGTON The Right Rev Cl Maes Bishop LexingtonWednesday regardtothat city Heretofore there has been but one Catholic churclt and parish countyBishopanother parish in the city and tho parishioners agreed to build a new church and rectory at a cost of 100000 The Bishop also told tho Catholics of Lexington that he snot expected to announce the successor to the late Fattier Barry as pasts of the old parish as well ns to name the pastor of the new church WELCOME VISITOR Edward Dowling one of Lexing tons leading manufacturers was In Lotilsylllo Monday and Tuesday Ho met a number of old friends during his stay and was a welcome visitor I American at the ofllco of time Kentucky Irish WINS COMPLIMENTS The Bowling Green Messenger speaks very highly of hiss Nora Moran of this city It says Miss Nora Moran of Louisville is now on the boardst the Crescent Theater and entertains very beautifully between acts with voice and piano old1 She has a sweet voice and al pletulnfT Waytbat can not aUto aU t IIIt L 1 DEDICATION I Of St Marys New Church Will Take IMaee Week Prom Tomorrow Pretty Edifice Occupies Com manding Sight On In diana Knobs Many Memories Cling ICoitnd time Historic and Old Sanctuary BISHOP ODONOGHUE TO PRESIDE One week from tomorrow tho new church at St Marys of tho Knobs five miles north of New Albany will bo solemnly dedicated with great ceremony The Right Rev Denis oftndimnnpollsbe1 assisted by many distinguished clergymen from Southern Indiana Among them will be several priests unto were baptized in the old church The Very Rev Father Eugene Mc Uarron of Evansville the senior of the priests baptized in the old church will preach the dedicatory sermon Rev Fathers Martin Andres AugustSpringieronly others surviving Among those wlio have enteredeternity are Rev J II Misl and Rev Bartholomew Piers St Marys new church Is built on the lines ot an English Gothic coun try church It crowns the summit of a hill which constitutes tho parish property and in the course of time will present a more stately appear ance than at present Time new church has n seating capacity of 400 It is built of brick and on a concrete foundation Time stained glass windows are quite artistic It represents an outlay of 15000 and both pastor and parishioners are proud of the new edifice The people of the parish will make manyIsltorscongregation hungryThe I at 1030 oclock and will be folioed hr a solemn high mass Several crfhiinnndorIes of the Knight 6f St John from New Albany and Louisvilleryand the two companies of Catholic aspiiiThe new church stands on the rear of the old St Marys cemetery which has served as a burying ground since 1836 The old church is a landmark and was erected in 1817 The history of the congregation Is Inter twined with time story of Catholic de velopment in Indiana In 1829 when a Bishop Flaget visited the State for the sixth time he celebrated mass on tho Knobs There he found eleven Catholic families It is not definitely known whether a priest had visited the place before Tradition has it that Father Badin visited it a few times The ReV L Ncyron was the first resident pastor and built the church in 1837 which Is now to give way to the new church From that place ho attended various stations In Floyd Clark and Harrison counties Later he removed to New Albany and built Holy Trinity church St Marys of the Knobs grew In strength anti fortune and from year to year new pastors came In 1897 the Rev Father J II Hillebrand was placed In charge and under his able management the present school building was erected and the collec tion for a new church was begun He collected 7000 for this purpose but in May 1006 was transferred to the more pretentious parish of St Boni tae nt Evansville The young and gifted Father Jo a seph J Sermershcim sueceedeciFather Hlllebrand at St Marys and through his energetic efforts It was soon made possible to begin tfork on a parishioners t monument to his memory STATE CO1TIIENTION1r Of Kentucky K Cs Will l Assemble At Owensboro Next Week The Knights of Columbus will hold OlensboroIma o o e quate arrangements for the enters tuinmcnt of delegates from the vari OilS other councils Thin will be thin first State Council held outside of Louisville and was brought to Owensboro by time Indefatigable ef forts of J S Rodman and W E Danhauer Owensboro Knights have arranged to give the visiting delegates arc ception and smoker on their arrival next Monday night Before beflu ning their deliberations on Tuesday ottendhIgh neVtICATHOLIC PFfoEUATItiXt Tho Jefferson County Federation Of Catholic Societies will hold its ref CatitglicWontausSixth next Thursday evening and as toeIsIM KENTUCKY IRISH AttDDRIOAN tYt KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflU Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemementot Irish Americans and CathoPcs Officially Indorsed by Anclent Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 entered at the Loultvllle PoitoHlce as SecondClMS rutter Address all Coramuolcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreei St UNION TRADES uaen COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 8 1909 t OUK MOTHKKS MONTH L This month of May is devoted to Mary the Mother of God In a special manner by the Catholic church and whether It be under the Stars and Stripes of America or under the Southern Cross that guilds the cur tain of heaven in South America Africa or Australia the children of Catholic parents are weaving gar lands of flowers and singing the praises of the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary In every parish In Louisville In every church in Horn and throughout the world sons and daughters of Mary assemble night nnd morning during tho present month to recite her Rosary to assist l at the holy sacrifice of tho mass nnd to join in saying Help of Christians j pray for us I r DOES 11KK01W REFORM t Every person of proper mind arid well disposed character believes in reform In one sense it means t form again In another sense 1 it means to grow better The present city nnd county officeholders went into office on n reform wave that iis they promised to do better than they accused the Democrats of doing They were elected and at once set about reforming the alleged saloon evil as it wns called There are many- divesI and dumps In Louisville tha the community would be letter off without but despite sixteen of Hepubllean rule they are still fhlre Proprietorst have boon arrested t some without cause others confessed a violation of the law but all es Gaped with a fine or without it How rawayrEven r ing Post harps on reform bu Cnnfrevoking of more thnn one saloo license out of SCO or more HOW WOKS HE K DV Our esteemed contemporary th New Haven Echo says editorially a A citygirl writes Its a fond dream of mine to become a farmers wife and meander with him down lifes flowery pathway All yes that is such a nice thing to dream about but when you have lived on a farm and this meander business for n month or so you will discover a wide chasm between the dream and reality You will think of this about the time your husband meanders Off andyouthe lane pulling splinters off the fence to cook dinner And when you meander around in the wet clover in search of the cows you will have a dim perception that fond dreams do not always pan out a hundred cents on the dollar nnd that there nr several meanderings in farm life tha are not listed in the dreamin category The meandering buslnes edlupBarry writes as if he lead experience as a farmers wife ONLY ONE STEP Among tho bills passed by the New York Legislature last week was one making it a penal offonso for a chauffeur to use his employers automobile without the latters knowledge nnd consent As there can be little doubt that the Governor will sign the measure we may assume ftnt it will soon become a law By this enactment the safeguards f against the dangers of reckless 4speeding will undoubtedly be increased Many automobile accidents are chargeable to drunken or careless chauffeurs who pursue pleasure In their own wild way in their employers machines A recent casunlity in this city wns caused fiy an automobile driven through the streets by a chauffeur who was en joy nji outing on his own account without his employers knowledge It is probable however that uu- f scrupulous chauffeurs have borne more than their fair share of JotrideI remedial measure referred to will j put an end to the dangerous vagaries of the joy riders for that would be expecting too much Tho rockiest owners of machines too often sin t p nB safetyJin this respect and jio preventive tffclslattonJ can be called satisfactory which floes not reach nnd punish jjihern The nutojjpoblH t wib visits fife lives ofhls fellows in pureJ wantonness should he held to A strict aeeountablltty by the law- whelber he Abe gyp chauffeur or s- milll + t Tie Tbor rmitmiNint t Lp fmnJj1 nl f are to be congratulated on the complete reorganiaztion of their central body With John Ilccktcnwnld nt Its head the United Trades and Labor Assemblyought to regain much of its lost ground CONSECRATION Of Bishop Farrclly At tracted Many Americans to College The tight Rev John 1arrelly was consecrated Uishop of Cleveland iin Iho ornate chapel of the American College In Rome last Saturday morn ing His Eminence Cardinal Gott i officiated at tho ceremonies and wa s assisted by Bishop Kennedy Recto of the American College and Mon signor J B Morris Bishop of Llttli fleck in whose diocese Monsignoia4 Farrolly was born Everymember of the American colony in Rome who could find it con venient witnessed the ceremonies ImpressiveoMajor T P II Landls the military attache and his wife were among tho distinguished civilians present After the mass the new Bishop another d prelates were guests of Gar dinal Gottl at breakfast Bishop Farrell was the recipient of many gifts among them a pastoral staff froBishop Morris and a handsome wor of art from Bishop Kennedy livI e presentetd bishop OConnell of Boston present roehetsBishop Farielly will soon sail America and expects to assume his episcopal duties In Cleveland before the month closes- COUNTESS CHARMED Advices from Dublin Ireland saY that the Countess of Gianard and her husband were the guests of the Ear and the Countess of Aberdeen att Viceregal Lodge for the Punches town races and Lady Granard was in liberall patron of the Aberdeens Irish industry enterprise Among othei things she bought a dress and an opera cloak of the costliest poplin At this week end the Granards visiting the Earls mother at Castle Forbes the family seat in Count Longford There have been great rejoicings over the auspicious home coming of the young Earl Tin Countess immediately succumbed tc tho charm of Irish society which 1Is much less stiff and conventional that English society and vastly more entertaining nnd clever END TO TIER SUFFERINGS Mrs Elizabeth Boleman died at lie lime 018 SoutH Seventeenth street Sujiday afternoon She had been a long and patient sufferer and en perlecChristIanmorning a number of Sisters o Charity with whom she was well acquainted called upon lier Sho asked them to pray for her which they did and then she bade them goodbye Shortly before her demise in the afternoon she called her immediat- family around liar and bade them fond farewell The end came quietly CaptlohusurvivherfromSacredWednesdaymornIng requiem mass Father Walsh took oc casion to pay a tribute to the Chris remainsInSUPPER AXD EUCHRE FrancisXllqers StAnnsevenInggamewillBrlckettsupperFrnnlUas committee of rsIdaladiesorganization HUSTLER APPRECIATED Th theTravglersclosed Its annual session at Hender thepleuRnnt ofr01lIs1I1eyearjustmembersIntonit competitors ills friends are glad to isappreciated ofthoFOR HOLY CROSS CHURCH ofTIoJytodayandtheway beparticipatedparish The Indict do not want the men to have all the glory and so have andlawntraction will draw many to the churchthisHO3IK FOR BOYS The Right Eer uiwhop Hoban of 6frindmdbitrial home for Catholic boyi j flJ r i JMr and Mrs M J Bannon have returned from a visit to West linden Springs Mrs Lavinia QJberman is the guest of her sister Mrs William Weltzel at FrankfortMrs Keeley and Mrs George Berry have returned from Martlnsvillc Ind Michael Rooncy Jr and bride of Nashville Tenn are the guests of Mrs WllllamCol1vay Mrs D FJ Murphy and P J Mur plug are home after a delightful visit to West Baden Springs Miss Amelia Spanier of South Louisville entertained the Fern Leaf Euchre Club on Thursday Mrs Bernard Dant is the hostess for Mrs Joseph G Barry and chil dren Gerald and Katheleen Mr and Mrs Philip Hubbuch sailed for Europe last Sunday They expect to remain abroad several months Sunshine gilds the home of Mr and Mrs J P Brodcrlck 1814 High aye nue since the arrival of a baby boy this week Mrs Sam J Dant had as her guests for several days her sisters Misses Alice and Bessie Rapier of New Haven Mrs Mary Murphy of South Louis vile will leave for Earlington Mon day to be the guest of her daughter Mrs Jack Hale John the young son of Assistant Chief Tullyof the Fire deaprtment is convalescent after a severe spell of typhoid fever In Pierre Hutchins has returned spentIseveral days Christine Hutchins Mr and Mrs Raymond Barrett have returned from their bridal tour and are at home to theirfriends at S3S East Main street James McConnell of Lexington has returned home after spending several days as the guest of his GraysDr Frederick Buche and wife of Richmond Id were in New Albany Wednesday to attend the wedding of Miss Anna Buche and Edward Tighe Miss Anna Buche and Edward Tighe popular young people of New Albany were united in marriage at St MaryVs Catholic church In that RenFather4 Mrs Peter Jennings of Hill i Hpuse Miss formerly Miss Maggie gnocteof Michael Itooney Sr She went to Nashville to attend the wadding of Michael Itooney Jr and Miss Catherine Gallagher There Is much rejoicing at the hone of Mr and Mrs George C Dettlinger 520 North Seventeenth street over the arrival of a pretty girl baby who will be christened Mary Camillla Dettlinger Papa and mama are receiving congratulations Mr and Mrs James W Dougherty and little son Bernard who spent a week hero visiting friends returned to their home at Muncie Ind Tuesday Mr and Mrs Dougherty were butyhave learned to enjoy One of the most delightful social events of last week wan the surprise party given Miss Tillle Cunniff on Friday evening In honor of her birth wasecandea labrum adorning the center and the color scheme of green and gold was mintseand ices Miss Cunniff was the re cipient of many handsome presents During the evening vocal solos were rendered by John Keller and Albert lhlssellmanI A message from Rome says Abbot Gasquet President of the English Benedictines who was appointed by theetext of the Vulgate before leaving reportsto the Pontiff on the progress made with tho work and his balance sheet From the latter it seems that the United States has been more generous than any other country In con tributing to tho expenses of the revision which it is estimated will take ten years Twenty scholars are engaged in the various libraries in Europe searching out every fragment of ancient manuscripts of the Bible and comparing it with the text in use noting the difference and send ing their collations to the central revision bureau at Rome NEW LOCAL CORPORATION The Southern National Life Insur ance Company is the latest corpora tion to make its entrance Into the insurance field with headquarters in capital ital of 105 850 The officers are all well known business men They are Edward L Williams President W L Kennett First Vice President W O Head Second Vice President W L Mosby Third Vice President R H Pplndexter Secretary J II Dickey Treasurer John W Ray General Counsel Dr M K Allen Medical Director The company was organized last November and its business luis been excellent sJnco the outset RIVER EXCURSIONS Tho Louisville and Cincinnati steamboat lines have renewed their Sunday excursions to and from Cincinnati a trip of 150 miles for fifty cents The large and etegsnt steanv eraCity of Cincinnati and City of LouUTilte+ Will leave from their terminal each Sunday during the umnier JTroiti EonisrOle the tdirir D V ers will leave from the wharfboat at j tne foot of Third street every Sunday morning at 9 oclock After a journey j of seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio the returning steamer will bo met and passengers transferred ar riving home at 8 oclock This will give Catholic families ample opportu pity to attend to theIr religious duties before embarking on the trip KNIGIlTSOF COLUMBUS1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Maysvllle Council expects to Initiate a class of sixty in June A new council has been successfully launched at Durango Col Louisville Council will initiate a class a week from tomorrow The New York State convention will be held at Binghamton next TuesdayBishop Carrell Council of Coving ton will give a minstrel show at an early date The council at Oakland Cal is ar ranging for the erection of a 100000 club house The three degrees were conferred nt tAkron Ohio and Lexington Ky last Sunday Jcffersonville and New Albany Councils will hold a joint initiation two weeks from tomorrow Fully a week before the concert of the K of C Choral Club at Chicago 7000 reserved seats were sold The State Council of Wisconsin will meet at Appleton next Tuesday and Wednesday Seventysix delegates representing every council in the State will be in attendance Cincinnati Council has an elaborate programme of entertainments pro jected for Way June and July Not the least of these is the outing at Cedar Point on Lake Erie July 4 to 11 FONTAINE FERRY PARK Although the weather was un propitious Fontaine Ferry Park was opened Sunday under most favorable auspices and all enjoyed the concert the vaudeville performance and the other attractions that have made the park popular In the past The park is now in its brightest dross of green and with its plentltude of fresh air Is just the place for children On the vaudeville bill for next week will be found the following well known acts Harry Fields and his Redpath Napanees In an original muslcql farce Fun In a Schoolroom Cath ryn Rose Palmer the American com edienne Leick and Keith formerly soloists with Sousas Band McAuley and Conwell black face artists Plquo a comedy gymnast and mov nig pictures Miss Myra Sharlow the high school soprano has been reen gaged for the free concerts CLARK STAKES TODAY The New Louisville Jockey Club has given its patrons excellent sport during the present weekl and even better things are promised during the days that arc to coae Tie his tonic and qlajSSJCijvKentuckyi Jerby bJWIMergreonJ B Ilespass of Covington and ridden by Jockey Vincent Powers in the fast time of 203 15 Today the famous Clark Handicap will bu run next Wednesday the principal event will be the Bashford Manor Stakes and on Saturday the Frank Fehr Stakes There will be six races every day with the best horses of the country contending for the purses DKLMONT CLUB EXCURSION Tomorrow the Delmont Club will give the first of its Series of three excursions to Madison Ind Time beautiful steamer Princess has been engaged for the series The boat will leave the foot of Fourth street nt 1030 oclock tomorrow morning A union baud vII furnish music in the spacious ball room Tickets for the round trip will be sold for fifty cents to adults and for twent five cents to children The other ex cursions will be run May 1G and 23 respectively SILVER WEDDING Bernard Neteler of Cincinnati and his estimable wife celebrated their silver wedding ht St Clements church at St Bernard a suburb of Cincinnati on Thursday morning Many relatives and friends were on hand to wish them twentyfive more years of marital bliss Mr Neteler is of national prominence In Catholic Knights of America circles and has been a frequent visitor to Louisville His friends in this city Join with those of Cincinnati in wishing Mr and Mrs Neteler a long and happy life FIFTY YEARS OF SERVICE Michael Carberry an Irish Asuori can celebrated his fiftieth year in the service of the United States Post office Department in New York City lust Saturday He is smoothly shaven and sixtynine years old rind is as ruddy cneeked us IIP was when he entered the department at the age of nineteen Mr Carberry is a sorter in the old central office New presQnlllhimset of resolutions a gold watch chain rind charm- PLEASED THE POPE His Holiness Pope Plus X was greatly pleased lat week to receive a letter on parchment in both Eng MonsignorDoffCleveland and air the clergy Jn gratltlideforthePontiffPepePiusthe clergy of Cleveland a special message by heneY Bishop TQ FAIRER FIELDS John Ai Hughes has lhis mail order buslnefs iin Louisville and jwflt return id big former home nPlehibrokerage af Spartanljurgr N a at an early date Th boot of friwuU I 0 T Mens and Young Mens S8 and 2- 0SUITS 11195 These Suits just came in but should have been shipped before Easter By holding out against the factory we forced them fo make big reductions on account of late shipment You Get the Benefit The entire lot goes on sa1p today Your choice 1195 I MS Moses Co Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH I The Daylight liens Wear Sta- rtJfns and Boys Complete Outfitters J Kinsella Gen Supt LI7L u SHOESOur Summer Shoes have been very heavy The new shapes and styles are pleasing to the eye and comfortable to the feet We have nothing but the best to offer our customers Our Shoes for men are by far the best ever placed before the buying public of Louisville In Ladies Low Shoes and Street Ties we show an exceptionally strong line in suede tan and black and all newest creations in Misses and Childrens Slippers and Shoes VOLZ MICHAEL 336 W MARKET STREET YOU CAN Always find something novel and new in Floor Coveringsand Paper A- TIiUBBUCH BROS 522 524 W MARKET STREET Glias fl ROQ6FS- BOOK GO1t PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street W I I All I Puts new life in your old furniture and fixtures It cleans polishes and veneers metals hard woods furniture etc re storing original newness with but little labor 12oz bottle SOc and a sample bottle of our famous Magic Carpet Cleaner 8SUPERIOR FILlER Ia ulLumLII WIHITV ffuu 413 S Third St Louisville Ky CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed F PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR 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 MARYREOINA flERCY HOSPITAL SPrkaAvcace Jelfersaavllle lid ho bara made in Louisville during Ills comparatively brief sojourn sincerely regret his departure but their beat wishes fps bfo future inieceBt gowithIhim I t DELMONT CLUB EXCURSIONS Tickets 50c I To MADISON and Return SUNDAYS MAY 91623 Boat Leaves 1030 a m Returning at 5 p m PERAEL=CAPITAN IJY THE CECILIAN CHORAL CLUB THEATRElMonday and Tuesday Eves May 10th and 11th Under the Direction of THO5 E EVANS Lo A Schmitt Musical Director Philip Hager Master of Dances Cast Includes Misses Marie Costigan Imelda Shea Louise Forst and J J Flynn M Tello Webb D J Maloney Edward Wolfe P W Hager John J Crotty John H Richard and W J Imorde SUPBERB CHORUS OF BO SOLO VOICES SEATS 1MAYMACKIN COUNCIL CHORAL CLUB PRESENTS BACK TO TOWNA MUSICAL CHATTER MACAULEYS THEATRE Wed Thurs and Friday Nights May 192021 Saturday Matinee May 22 POSITIVELY NO REPETITION Louisvilles AllStar Cast A Real Beauty Chorus Direction Mr Aulyn E Kanston Music Director Carl Zang PRICES 2Sc 5075C 1SEATS ON MONDAY SALE AT MAY BOX 17 OFFICE +++++00 01N 000 OON N 0 ON N NNON N0001 iCUNNING LEWIS CO i i iNW Cor Third and Jefferson Sts f 0 HE BIGGEST PROFIT i J In good Clothes is desired by the men who wear them s stop to think seriously how much it means to be well Ever stop to think that all the men you know who have Everiij success in business are extremely particular about their We have the Suit that will be most becoming and we wont + Z let you go out of the store with garments that dont fit perfectly FINE LINE OF UNION MADE CLOTHING T1 CUNNING LOUIS LEWIS T1 RANSDELL C F f I Without Insurance Is Terrible TAKE A POLICY IN THE Catholic Knights and Ladies of America REPRESENTED IN TWENTY STATES Cheapest Insurance Obtainable Deatht Claims Paid in Thirty Days EXAMINE THESE RATES Age Quarter Half Full Age Quarter Half Full 500 1000 2OOQ 500 1000 2000 In 040 080 160 3560 120 240 19 41 81 162 3661 122 244 2041 82 164 3163 125 250 2142 84 168 3864 127 254 22 44 87 174 3965 130 260 2345 89 178 40 66 132 264 24 46 91 1924167 134 268 25 47 93 186 4269 137 274 2648 96 192 4370 140 280 2750 100 200 44 71 142 284 2851 102 204 4572 144 2953 105 210 4678 156 3054 108 216 4784 168 3155 110 220 4890 180 3257 113 226 4996 192 3358 L15 230 50 102 204 3459 118 236 Recording Secretaries and Their Addresses Mary E Sheridan 2022 Lytle street Thomas J Moran 1534 LJrtle Josie Monahan 1609 West Madison Margaret OConnor 3425 Fourth Theresa Kiley 531 South Fifth Isabella Scanlan 525 S Twentyseventh Miss A C Hughes 1033 Brook Miss M Roth 931 Marshall Ella Flaherty 2329 Rowan Dr P S Ganz 1942 Sixth Maggie L Wallace 821 Franklin Michael Lyons 2414 High August Houry 1788 Wilson William J Woodsmall 2309 Frankfort Martin Stocker 913 Barrett avenue Jacob F Miller 2916 West Stratton Alice Morris 1708 Magazine FOR APPLICATIONS OR OTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO THE ABOVE OR ANY MEMBER FOR Furniture i Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WMF MAYER 419 W MARKET ST I Children25cI B- ROTRGEDETIIU OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For Ihe Least Mosey Oar Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteedrDRH J COUCHMAII DMiM- OFFKfiB I 542 FIF jBt BTBKpT i 3 r t t s 1 r I NTUOKY IRISH AltIERJCAN 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATEFIFXII JAGISXERIAr DISXRIOX Composed of 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1000 JVOVEJVKBER EJIrfROXIOrc 1000 WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party I 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAetiERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second and Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURGEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUD GEJ JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party r + MMMMMMHM t I t + t D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET II STREET IIJ HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SSS East Lain Stree1 eelpyi BOTH PHONES 363 s TRACY STRAUBiZe Ze 4 DIRECTORSiiFUNERAL AND EMBALMERS i Carrigs Short F- Nrolchtdon 1531 W MARKET STREET i NeNONNNN1A01eNN +NNNNONNNI eeN NeWN tt tran We Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer k Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETO TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All aU promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for nut oc lIla 1225 W MARKET ST Give year beys aa edscatlen that will pre pare them for lift ST XAVIERS COLLEGE IU W Breatyi LcuIaylUe Ky 0 CotKtecttd b r tb Xav fhm lroUMr Classical Scientific lad Juill ColIna rreJllrat ime + Co Lu eawlwmiugPo WeJ l iIyrlseauft Tr uHodatt aura Ieia D- n Independent of All Undertakers r KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty HOME PONE 1O77 HENRYAH I JJ1 PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3633 528 Fifth Street HENRY HUNOLD BHAISR IN Staple and FanCy GrociriisII- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION old WklakiM a Specialty 4 i u r m Wi WAIMi 0 NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Spring Eighteen Days Racing Beginning Mon= day May 3 and Ending MeetingABOUT CLARK HANDICAP THIS SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRS PM COMMUNITYS LOSS Hon Isaac P Whiteside Is Numbered Among the Dead Isaac P Whiteside a resident of Jeffersonville and former Mayor of that town but one of Louisvilles leading business men died at his home in Jeffersonville Tuesday night Mr Whitesido had suffered from cancer for several months and since the first of the year submitted to a serious surgical operation which gaTe temporary relief For several weeks his friends have been apprehensive about Ills condition mid last week Jt became apparent that the end was close at hand Mr Whiteside was born in Setter sonville fifty years ngo lIe was always a hard and an intelligent worker first on the stage then in the grocery line and finallyas a baker At his death he was pro prietor of the largest bakery in the politics friends on both sides of the Ohio river and served his native city as Mayor from 1804 to 1808 lIe was public spirited belonged to Louis villes leading commercial organiza tions as well as to those of Jeffer Ronvllle believed In advertising what he had to sell and with all was charitable though unostentatious in his gifts His wife and children have lost a kind protector and the Falls Cities a progressive citizen OATJIKDltAIi AVInOV St Marys new Cathedral at Cov Ington Is to have the largest stained glass window In the United States and the second largest In tho world The only window that surpasses It in size is that In tho Cathedral at Meck lenburg Prussia The window for the Covington Cathedral will contain 1600 square feet of glass and will have sixteen large and sixteen small panels portraying the life of the Blessed Virgin 1OOHKST YJOAIUATK Bishop Verdaguer is the Vicar Apostolic of Brownsville Texas probably the poorest vicariate in America There are 81017 Catholics poorMexicansEnglishspealdngCatholics The misionnrlcs under the Vicar Apostolic receive the enormous salary Verllnguerhhnselfcharity GHEAT GAME PROMISED A great crowd is expected to wit PortlandStarsville aggregation of talent tomorrow afternoon on the grounds of the home team Tho nflw grand stand has been completed and the handsome new ponnant will be raised to morrow The flag is no now exhibition in Sutcliffes window on Fourth street HOPKINS THEATER The addition of vaudeville turns tq the already splendid entertainment offered by the management of Hopkins Theater is attracting more par trons to that popular play house each week Next week Manager Dustin will present a variety of vaudeville stars with the usual motion pictures and illustrated songs- CLEVELANDS DAUGHTER Miss Esther Cleveland a daughter of the late President Cleveland is in Rune with Mr and Mrs Daniel Lamont of New York Last week this distinguished young lady was granted an audience by Pope Pius X CONDUCTORS CONVENE Capt T C Laughlin of A ew Albany passenger conductor on the Southern railroad has gone to Boston as delegate to the annual meet ing of the Grand Division of the Order of Railway Conductors SHOWS APPRECIATION Just to show its appreciation of a friendly rival organizations efforts the Back to Town Committee of RFackln Council will glvea box party at Ofacauleys Theater Monday night to allow its members to witness the performance of El Capital NONCATHOLICS COOPERATE NonCatholics have fcontribnted 10000 toward the new Cathedral at Helena Mont Thus far 350000 has been either given or pledged to Bishop Carroll for the erection of the stately edifice CLASS AWAITS CONFIRMATION The Right Iced Bishop McCloskey will administer the sacrament ofscon formation to a largo class of boy and girls at St Bonifaces church at 330 oclock tomorrow afternoon l DOMINICAN ORATOR HOME haSe s went to conduct a retreat In connoc tlon with Forty Hours prayer GOTHAM LIKES TEA 000- Teall not tb4prlscip4 drink of New York City J7 Any metlar yet u 10c HOPKINS 10e1 Where the Crowds Go VAUDEVILLEAND Moving Pictures CONTINUOUS 1 to 5 7 toll pm FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features 1 REE GAJCVDJ n UNDER ijONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater1 417 Fourth st Princess Theater 348 Westr Jefferson Street Columbia Theater Fourth 317 Ave Dreamland ea er uSLWe cater especially to Ladies and Children SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves wharfboat f6ot of Third street every Sunday at 0 a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 8 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY SOc PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics SocialsOutings greatlySmprovadwith new equipments throughout Par ties orSocietles should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts MAGIC CARPET i UNtRSi Removes the dirt as if by magic without taking up the carpets and restores the original bright colors Also cleans rugs druggets portieres clothes etc 8oz MagicRenewGloss SUPERIOR HUH 5 SPECI1Y GO 418 S Third St Louisville Ky HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Djstlllers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND STREETs260000 pounds of the herb are con enact here each month WHY KDOIY MOURNS People vlio inet John X Kim bergcr this week wondered the preoccuplcdairother girl that lie had learned to love tarried another fellow T wakeItWorsei abemarred a Jeffer KonvUle map IJrJ f Matrimony Raised to Dig nity of Sacrament by Our Redeemer Marriage is just as much of a sacrament as baptism confirmation or any of the sacraments and re quires as much preparation as these others do Marriage is a contract absolutely binding and before enter ing into this contract we should fully realize that our future happiness de pends on It It has existed from nil time and will continue to exist to the end of time but it is only in the Catholic church that it has been raised to the dignity of a sacrament Christ raised marriage to the dignity of a sacrament at the marriage of Cana It should be considered se riously and treated with the greatest respect and those who find the state of matrimony to be their vocation should regard it as an institution of God and not merely a contract that can be dissolved at will Death Is the only thing that can dissolve the mar riage contract The stand the church has taken in retard to this is re spected by all men Even those who think the church too strict on this subject admit tho good of it for on the marriage contract depends the whole social foundation of future generations tCatholics plays in which ribald jests are made upon marriage or in which marriage Is ridiculed in any way TRINITYS APPROACHING DANCE Trinity Council will give its final dance of tho present series at Its new club house Baxter avenue and Morton next Wednesday night The committee expects a large attendance and particularly because it will be the last dance before the warm weather sets in The floor of the hall is one of the best in the city and the reputation of the council1 and its committee as entertainers is well known PRIESTS INVENTION Advices from Europe convey the information that the lev Father Maggioni director of the seismic observatory near Sjenna Italy has discovered a new class of waves which are propagated through the earth some minutes before the mechanical waves which are the first manifestations heretofore known of earthquakes The apparatus was successfully tested last month OUR HALL TEAM isddvameedlong journey of tiio season While the trip has not begun under aims picious circumstances the local fans are hoping for bettor things and it Is safe to say that the Colonels will break even on the games played this trip If they do bettor they will get a royal welcome when they return June 3 FRISCOS V M I HOME The several councils of the Y M 1 in San Francisco have formed an or- ganizatIon to erect a permanent home for the order In time city of the Golden Gate The project has been Indorsed by the Board of Grand DI- rectors of the California jurisdiction and steps have been taken to erect the building as speedily as possible MOTION PICTURES Time Casino Columbia mind Princess Theaters will present new and better motion pictures than ever next week The excellence of the pictures in all management Company continue to attract great crowds every afternoon and evening HENRY HOEMKR mmE Henry Hoemer former State Presi dent of the Catholic Knights of America and one of the best known men in Covington and Cincinnati was in Louisville Wednesday and met amny of his old friends PIANO RECTAL Academyattendedpupils yesterday afternoon Every number was enjoyable and several of the young artists had to respond to encores SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY Trinity Council has been very suc byhomeOConnell will talk on Science and industry and his subject indicates that his remarks will be entertaining as well as instructive SEEDS IN HOUSK Take two coffee cans make several holes in time bottom with a nail fill cans with dirt plant seeds moisten vellnnd put the covets on the cans Place In warm place and when the seeds begin to sprout remove covers and place cans In a sunny window STRAWBERRY OMELET yolksheatep yolksthenponrlnbI1foNKk tJnA warm platter and put straw t e FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE nY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LnUISVILr E KY Cumb Phone West 191 1913rHE 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 11r ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 COMB HONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS9 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JJ JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY l 0 S U HHAND GET Manufactured THE WALL PLASTER GENUINE PLASTER by the DIAMOND CO l Incorporated Brook and River Phone 2267 Louisville Ky Also Operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Jcffersouvlllo Ind Phone BSS 44sttt +H++ + + +t4 + t t FIRE WINES oHAM- PAOxzllALKOLJ3 f I 345 West Green Street LIQUOR ClOAK I- IU t t t t tit uutJ h t ttf All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found hero at reason able prices 3670T- OcALIiRNIA MONON ROUTEColonist one Way tickets at the above rate will be on sale dally from March 2dI MOINONcific Coast and Intermediate points Statlonj10that Chicago with TransContinental beyondInquiries will receive prompt atten tion when addressed to E II BACON D P A Louisville Ky berries bn Will fake audit a pint of ferries Cook remainder of omelet and place over berrien I BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses HeleotroPafEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ 1 THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING v Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street tWINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONaVAX LESTER PROP Hot Lunch every morning from 830 to 1230 oclock 44 w 41ztleCr 1T 1S u r KENrUCI Y I ISH AlWERICAN w I THE BIG STORE MENS HIGH GRADE SUITS 1000Cassimeres Velours Cheviots and Serges Latest Models Newest Shades and Perfect Workmanship THE BIG STORE 4MW8rtSti 3 Fourth sad Pith MILTON M MARBLESTONE ds CO u n N 0 NN ONN400ioN 1ii iItMONUMENTS ilargement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed T examineTI Ii IIII0 NNN N + N N1 N+ MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at alt times essential and there is no time when it is ap predated more than in tho summer A- FARRAISTDCEOILIANA PIANOa Will supply this music if thereis no one in the family that can play AH one has to do to enjoy their favorite selections to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OJilSOBO FOURTH AVENUE EXCITEMENT The Races will give you lots of Itthen youll need a healthful restful stimulant MULLOXS COFFEE will turn the trick SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C 45ccellentC MIJLLOYf COFFEE ROASTER Home Plane IJJJ SBlgfc W JVIAKHCH5T STREET 8tsyQQ m DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET 1909 November Election 1909 DR C Ue SCHOTT CANDIDATE FOR CORONERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Candidate For Bailiff Police Court Subject to the Actin of the DemcratlcParty I USE THE J it HOME TELEPHONE BOTH LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE The Best Service That Can Be Obtained I 1909 1909iSquire John M 1 Adams CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor t mctijjjttoActjfjraarLY HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Dolr g the feast WeekGeneral- Newsi Notes Denver Hibernians will npproac holy communion in a body nt tit Iut I ricks church tomorrow John Hollhml Charles Finegai Tom Shelley and John Shaughness Ole on Division 1s sick list Miss Rose Sweeney had the plea ure of adding two more members to the Ladles Auxiliary tide week Misses Brldgle llnnrahan Ma garct Shea and Mary Sheridan or the Ladies Auxiliary are still on the sick listaa The Ladles Auxiliary held tin inter eating meeting Wednesday nigh when the new ritual was given fits first cxemplifcation lion John Ilynn pleased his auditors Tuesday night by reading 1 the history of Ireland at themeeting of Division 1 The Ladles Auxiliary death fl1l1l1 has attained considerable proportioi and is carefully guarded by Mr Daniel Dougherty its custodian Our Louisville auxiliary is plannin for ti new and larger home which the ladles will dedicate with an lute esting reception anti entcrtainmen Division 1 had a splendid mitten mice at Its meeting Tuesday evenluj rind aamong other things renewed iits lease on its present quarters in Fall City Hull- Members of the order at Dcnvc will give their annual picnic on Sat urday July 3 It promises to be the largest affair of the kindl ever given in Colorado Division 2 land a splendid meeting last night but the hour of adjouri ing precluded any detailed mention of the business transacted in tbls weeks issue The Ladies Auxiliary of Denver gave a curd party and dance Inst night and the advanced sale aof tickets indicated that a large crow would be in attendance Daniel Dougherty Treasurer 1or Division J4 has now in bank the larj est fund of any local division IliR quarterly report caused much en- thusIasm at the last meeting Prof Michael 0 Rohan of Mar queUe University Milwaukee willi visit the Pacific coast In June to de liver several lectures in the Interest of the Irish intellectual renaissanci Schlitz Park the largest and most popular resort in Milwaukee IlBs been secured by members of the order in that city for their annual picnic which will be held August 7 Milwaukee Hibernians are please with the progress made in the study of Irish history 1n the parochh schools of that city Some of the most proficient students are of Gei man and Polish descent Milwaukee Hibernians will donat 100 toward the fund to erect a memorial church at Flawlreau iin honor of time late Father Quick vXi was the spiritual advisor of the martyrs Allen Larkln and OBrien ALL STAR CAST Is Best Way of Describing Back to Town People The forthcoming performances oft Hack to Town by Macklns Chora Club are attracting general interest not only In Louisville but in adjacent cities and towns Past endeavorI and present advertising mediums aroI conducing to a general interest inI these young people who arc givIng their time and talents in such i11 worthy cause Macaulcys Theater tiisI the place and the evenings of Wednesday Thursday and Friday May 19 20 and 21 with a Saturday matinee May 22 will be the time There will be net additional performances and the indications ana that each performance will be givenl before a packed house Back toa Town is a sequel as it were to Inst years operetta A Mile Fron Town In the latest musical chatter as its composer Aulyn Kanston calls it the country folks of Ins year Schmidtie Aunt Treasy a1111 Snooks determine to visit their city friends Virginia et al An undeliv jred letter plays a part and titcountry folks arrive to find none pt home Tho rubes visit a park where they meet their friends of the previous year Several little love stories tend to give the operetta n semblance of a plot mind at the windup all ends happuy Miss Stella Cuscaden who will es say the role of prima donna is q ouisVIlle girl mind is well known 3 count of previous histrionic onlI arts whether locally or in the or South Miss Hattie E vho will again essay the Dart of 1rfxlo innde a big lilt in The ireamers two years ago Little Miss cola Wliitton Illerach who will oflSnookRI amateur theatricals since she was hreo years old The male performed llrc of such unusual excellence that It might well Oie called an all star cast STRANGE IF TRUE Correspondent of Dally Paper Tells About- Consistory While our Catholic advices have tluls fur had nothing to say about I Itt the New York Herald of Sunday 1111 authority for tliQ statement that consistory washeld in Itono Thurs day of last week The cablegram fitmites that MonsIgnor Farrelly the new Bishop of Cleveland Ohio and ilnhop Morris of Little Rock were the only American Bishops present at the consistory It adds that tho newllCardlnalllalso volunteers the statement that JI6 liiglicatithorityotit1W Cardinal another American prelate will be added to the Seared CQI1t Ke Jj i It tsweJl to take these TinauthenHc awe dispaichig with a librall n11l bfa1 1111- II SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O RD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First an Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Keennn Sr Vice President Mark Ityan Itecordlng SecretaryIbosLlnvler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergemtatArmsAndrew Curran Sentinel Louis Holler- DIVISION 2 Meets on time First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinanclalSccretary JnoT Icancy- 7rcasurerJoscph T Lynch SergeantatArmsJolm T Brown SentinelWIlliam sash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thurs ay Evenings Each Month Seventeenth nail Main Streets President Patrick T Suljlvan Vice President Martin Shcohan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G licsslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArmslatrIcl Bcglej DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentsJohn IL Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatAnnsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEItSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall County President John Kennedy President Louis Constantine Vice President Robert Glcasn Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Rcdmou Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Clul House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D dines Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas F Bachman e Corresponding Secretary Wllllan F Burke Financial Secretary Frank 0 Adams Treasurer Daniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWIlliam Do An driott OEtit e 1J1t S- VToJ1tl G Has No Equal as a Nerve Tonic 3 Alton la March llth 190S Iwas taken down with rheumatism about 7 tears ego it made me helpless and a cripple I uttered untold agonr and It ran down mrphJ Scatstrength and made me very nervous I used one bottle of Pastor Koeolgs Nerve Tonic I will cheerfully and honestly say it has DO equal as ia Tonic and leans no bad reaction on the system and I would recommend It to all peopleM LadrsmltVWs February 20th 1903 Mr daughter Nellie became Terr nervous and the doctors said she had Neuritis but their medicine did not help her to Mrs Kenned of Unity Wis called my attention to Pastor I Koenies None Tonic which had cured her little grand daughter of St Vitus dance I procured 1 bottle which my daughter used according to directions and was allover her nervousness before the whole bottle was used lnmuIiIiATEI FREE n un A Valuable Book on Nor vous Diseases anrfa Sample bottle to any address Poor patients also get the medicIne free Prepared by the REV FAIDKH KOINIO of Fort Wayne lad since 1678 and now by the I KOENIG MED CO CMcogo III 100 Lake Street 5014 by Druggists at SI per Bottle 6 for tl6 Urjf 5Uf 173 I 6 Bottles for Stt IX MEMOKIAM In Loving Memory of Mrs Meyer II I HIIpp Who Departed This Life on I May JO 1008 Softly the stars are gleaming Upon a quiet grave There sleepeth without dreaming I One we loved but could not save One sad and lonesome year Weve passed In weary mourning I Memory brings the bitter tear To those you left sojourning sorrowILooks on two broken hearts Husband and Sister HKCPNT DKATIIS Thomas lnrl aged fortysis years died at his home 022 North Twentysixth street Sunday after noon and time funeral which took place from time Church of Our Lady hi Portland on Tuesday morning was largely attended by friends ot tho deceased The funeral of Michael Mcfnnery who died Tuesday night took plaice from the residence of his sister Mrs Kllen Riordah 2223 Lytle street Monday morning with a reqniem mass at St Cecilias church The deceased Was fortysix years old mind left many friends to mourn his loss Mrs Bridget Conniff died at her home 003 South Twelfth street early Monday morning and the funeral took place from St Louis iBertranda church Wednesday morning The de ceased w llthe widow of Martin Conniff who died several years ago and was held in high estem by all who knew lion- SIIEIIIDAN HHKAKS HECO11U Martin J Sheridan of the New York Irish American Athletic Club made a new record Sunday by throw Ing the Olympic discus free style from a sevafoot circle 138 feet 3 incline at the Pastime Athletic Club frrouncrt The previousreaoedof 132 f ettJnch was made tlurlngr tlast years national ehampionaliTp at TrarerI I lntl by W y UuerIIjj- II IRELAND Record of the Host Important 01 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges ncdtlentallJdrO11edwater at Fermoy In Kings County near lKtlenderr n fiehl of two awl a halt acres wus sold recently for 103 In County Clare Dr ODwyer has been elected medical officer of the llallyvaughan District Council The Castlebar Gas Company which recently went into liiiuidatlon has sold its extensive works for 51800 The llate Charles Reid Tillic ofI Duncreggan County Derry left a personal estate valued at more thnn 160000 Tlio Knnlsklllen Urban Council LIas authorized the expenditure of 1230 toward converting the old jail Into a public hall A branch of the Gaelic League has been established in Kildalkcy n viil Inge three miles from Athbo County Breath Ills ninny friends In the South and West of Ireland regret to learn iof- IIthe death of Lawrence Carr a tto- bacco merchant Mrs Julia Hastings who died erJ recently at Castlcbar County May nt the age of 102 retained lieu men tnl faculties until the last A movement is on foot fh Kcrrv i10 orect n suitable monument to ill late T P OSnllivan who wasTJ pioneer of Gaelic athletic sport that county Twice within a week County Judge Craigwas presented with wlllte gloves the first time at the opcnln of the Monaglmn Quarter Sesions nnu again tit Castleblaynoy Dundalk ratepayers are rejoicing because rates will be lowered elgllt cents on the 5 valuation next yea This satisfactory reduction has lie achieved by the strictest economy only Great Britains Treasury Depar nient has declined to grant the app catlcin of tho Limerick Technici Education Committee to grant 3000 for the erection of a new technics institute The death of James Mitchell or Kllheel County Down Is much reo grettwl For more than half n cen tury he was one of the Assistant Surveyors of County Down and WIIS always popular The parishioners of Upper Cregga have decided to erect n memorial stained glass window In the san tummy at St Patricks church ilit Crosmnnglenn ns a tribute to the late Canon McGeeney Thomas Duffy widely known iIn County Mayo was found dead In bed at Parke The deceased lens in hi hundredth year and was nrpnrentl I in ordinary health on night before his death Sister Mary Teresa Sheehan of the Mercy Convent nt Klllarney died 11 cently at the age of eighty years l1J a strange coincidence her torothe tae Rev Father William F Sheehan died in America on the same tiny IJo was pasotr of St Patricks churc at AVaterville N Y A prominent and esteemed priest of the diocese of Cork has passe away in tho death of Father Timoth Murphy of Kllmichael who waq previously curate in Ovens nnd Bantrv Father Murphy land interested himself in the settlement ot many land disputes and was most successful In bringing about amicabl negotiations MOURNING FRIENDS Paid Last Tribute of Re spect to Remains of Dead Nun Despite time unpleasant showers or Monday morning the chapel and convent of the Sisters of Mercy on East Broadway were crowded with relatives and admiring friends of Siste Mary Clarissa Lannon whose dent occurred Saturday morning The reo qtiicm solemn high mass was cele rated by the Rev Father IJemigluf 01 F M with the Rev Father Capistran 0 F M deacon and Rev I Father Richard subdeacon Be sides these the Itev Father Dante R1 P rector of the Pnsslonists Re treat Denis Murphy John f Ilil and Henry Bachmann occupied place in time sanctuary The remains were interred in the Sisters of Mercy lot In St Louis cemetery Sister Mary Clarissa was born ir Versailles thirtyeight years ago ami had spent twentytwo years in tin religious community Her sister nn other nnn Sister Mary Inez tiled In ouisville fifteen years ago Both nuns had taught in mnny of the mrochlnl schools of Louisville Sister itary Clasissas last assignment was at St Williams She became ill soon aCter Easter and sank gradually until she died TIer pupils young BUll old called Sunday and Monday to pay their last tribute of respect to the memory of this devoted Sister of lercy BUSY SEASONiI Right Rev Bishop McClos key Announces Con firmation DatesI The night Rev William George cCloskey Bishop of Louisville hits mounted the followIng dates for nflrmatioii services May 10 330 p Vii St Peters lurch Louisville May 20330 p mLUUe Sisters of- tIlO poor Tenth street May 23330 p m St Johns lurch Louisville Jkfoy 30330 p m Cathedral Tune 6330 p m St Patricks church Louisville Juno 108 n m St Josephs rphans Home June 13H30p tn St Anthonys church Louisville JUne 15 8 a m St Vincents Orphan Asylum IJunelurch 20 Louisville +330 pm St Michaels AS far as jwsslble the reverend JNHil riiwl11arrangn to have first mmunlon exrciBeii oir the same ly that the wcrnmgot ot confirma jJ Ju sdeiyietere JBSQW 1 Keep Your Money at Home TAKE A POLICY IN THE SOUTHERN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE co LINCOLN BUILDING ED L WILLIAMS President Everything Guaranteed Nothing Estimated ff8888 For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best Hm JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street NATIONAL BICYCLES Fitted With Any Make of Tires Any J F Afl Style Coaster BrakeaThey have DustProof SelfOiling Bearings large Cones and Balls Antirust Reinforced Tubing Frame with Forged Con nections making it the strongest and easiest running Bicycle on the Market The SUTCLIFFE CO 119 TSSXP ST iJI f2 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA I IIi WHISKYI- TII IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky U GEHER 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STReeT- s rr Tug CELEBRATED NORTHN STAR REFRIGERATQRR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public NN 9NNNN j INN NN NNN N1N NN1 Z- g HOME PHONE 5687 CUHB Main 2712a Z iiI i i i iiPlants Designs and Cut Flowers Z GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th Stpg Sr JJ t NN N NNO NNNNN NN N e N N N FALLS CITY MEAT MARKETr 352 SECOND STREET I F SULLIVAN Mapagir HBADOUARTBRS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cutt of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the tit We alto carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Prti Mgr VlciPris Trias Stcrttary F Eaanon Sewer PipoM Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe BARBOBS Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Caadalts Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Pavta Brick Fire PreeMn Fla Pipe Fliye Lining ire Briclt Grate and BoilerTile Greaad Fire Clay Chimney Teas Lawn Vases Vitrifled Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON l TBLHPNON8673 WORICSJ3thcadLexfa =tonandMagnolia Ave Bet ptfc end jelh T8LBPHONB 2833 A r- tr ItdlutaLu1i- U ilra r- a