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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r W KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN voromEXXIINO22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY 11SAY 29 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS e BY STORMS 1 Was Joflersonvllle Taken whet Knights ot Columbtis Invaded Gala Day On Occasion of Joint Initiation of Two Councils Attendance at Solemn Highl Mass Preceded All Other Events A BIG BANQUETQQ- the AT NIGHT I Knights of Columbus too Jeffersonvfile by storm last Sunday the occasion being the joint Initiation of candidates of New Albany anti Jefferson Ille Councils More than 500 Knights the majority of them from Southern Indiana and Louisville went to Teffersonvllle to assist nt the exercises The day began with attendance at solemn high mass at St Augustines church at 10 oclock Knights nnd candidates as sembled at Elks Hull and marched to the church After they had beeni seated the parishioners filled the side aislesThe Rev Father F Burget of Washington Ind was celebrant of the mass with the llev Father John OConnell of Jeffersonville as deacon and the Rev Father Charles Curran of Now Albany sub deacon The sermon was preached by the llev Father Bnrget a member of the Knights of Columbus a native of Indiana and a worthyson of the Catholic University at Washington- D C He spoke to the people of the Knights of Columbus of their alms and objects and of what the order had accomplished Ills words en couraged the Knights and enthused the candidates for Knighthood Many of the visitors were enter tained at dinner bv the residents of Jeffersonville and then the work of the day was the exemplification ot the three degrees at Elks Hall A team from Louisville Council put on the first and second degrees while Dr J N Jerome of Evansville and staff exemplified the third Spiethshallmenu was one that would tempt the appetite of a hermit and nil assem bled did justice to the viands Hon James W Fortunes Grand Knight of Jeffersdnvllle CaunclWre sided as toastmaster The Rev Father Charles P llaffo of Louis vine invoked the blessing and made a brief address At the close of the physical feast Dr J N Jerome of Evansville addressed the assembled Knights Ills subject was A Med hey In the main he spoke of knighthood the necessity for each council owning its own home and urged that gymnasiums swimming pools etc should be provided In KnightsSamuel to the toast Catholic Newspapers and his address showed that he had given the subject very serious thought lIon Michael J Thornton of New Albany spoke in response to Good of the Order and made an eloquent appeal for aid of the un fortunates in highways and byways in prisons and slums Attorney J J Knvnnagh of Louis toastTheto Indianas young men extended a greeting from Kentucky and showed that the Catholic young men had done things in times of war as well as in peace He urged the young men to keep clean hands nnd stain less hearts not to strive for fame but for honor self respect and clear consciencesThe who took the three degrees were- Teffersonvahle Matthew Diesel Valentine M BIxeitBtein John P Coll John J Connors Glover L Coots John Dixon William P Dixon John J Dolap Pat E Donnovan Clarence A Frank Thomas F Gleason Thomas J Groark Warder GeorgeAMichael B JklcCann Henry II Neil IteilleyNewRichard L Beeler Michael M nolan l Charles J Brey Conrad II TJroecker Charles J Burke Charles F Callahan Daniel Carrick Sr Fred C Finger Edward J Gibson Charles L Gohmnnu James J Gould fug John C Herley John B James Edward C Kannapell Patrick Lam man Joseph Langtry J W Munster l Tames OHnra Frank H Sauer Jo ulIeph F Schueler Nicholas Beery TerstegJrelRoger E Vernla Anthony Zoeller QUTING FOR TRUSTEES The Very Rev Father Leo pastor of St Alithonvs church and his assistants Fathers Seraphln and Benedict played hosts to the Trustees of St Anthonys congrega tion on Thursday and gave them an outirig at the Franciscan monastery counllYIndI Ackerman Ben Schleman John J Schulten Henry Nndorf John Jeer henry E Ellers A Jensen Joseph Slbler Joseph Savers Henry Ever Frank P Senn John II Wilms and John B Ratterman COSFIRLTIOXPARTY Mrs John flonjoy entertained last Sunday evening jn honor of her daughter Hotfe Conley lx rene Xrujwr and Marie McFarUnd all of hose made their first communion and rOcrtvwl the iacrxment ot con Iv n milt BEYJohssz lath iU After a apUmdld supper tW ij young people engaged In various games for severcal hours Among those present were Misses Gusta Mc Farland Idele Harmonson Helen Harmonson Helen Metz Elnora Metz Leona Rehm Frances Fehr Susie Schneider Leona Glpperlch Elsie Mazzoni Elizabeth Mayer Lulie Gehrlng Clara Rosa and Lena Conley Mesdames V Lester A Har manson Mary and Loretto Conley and Masters Theodore Lester John Conley Jr Martin Dillman Arthur Rehm and Messrs Val Lester A Dlllman A Harmanson J Kaufman Fred Herberger George Schindler John Conley and William Conley DEGREE TEAM lOf Division 4 Is Ready to Exemplify the New Ritual Although a heavy and steady rain was falling last Monday night Divis ion 4 of the A O 11 held a fairly well attended meeting at Bertrand Ilennessykpresent The llev Father Christ mas O Iopenell the meeting with prayer The application of J L McDcrmott was received and Thomas Martin was elected to membership John M Brennan was obliagted The State assessment was ordered paid incapaclLatedforhis manual digits was reported on the sick list- Stephen J McElllott read a cnapter of Irish history and the members gave It due attention President Hen nessy reported that Division 4s de gree team was practicingseveral times a week and was ready to exem plify the degrees whenever the occasion offered Tne degree team will jointInitiation probnblllt at the institution of the new division at Lexington in tIle near future MACKIN COUNCIL Prepares to Wipe Out Its Last Debt and Mem bers Rejoice Maekln CowMsWWJiheeting Tuesday night was exiSMfiSiv well attended President Lo ifJiT Kleffer wielded the gavel andn officers occupied their r lie chairs Vice YClinesreportedthat Town had beer t most successful of any nndertn the history of the council and that a nice sum would be o the council treasury as a r A committee made up of the President JJ jnnd Chair man of the h1 nn mittee was liquidatetimeamounting to 3OM interest Time sum has been on ce the first of the year but t jilid not call glue until this nmo iter paying off the note n imamlance will be left exclusive of iipts from Back to Town jA committee ofvvas ap pointed to devise w fneans for increasing the 1 11 i council This comtri wjMrdisclosebe Its scheme at time y on June 15 Time meetinf lbsed with nn instructive address front Attorney Austin Walsh whose subject was Time WARM WELCOME In Store for New Bishop When He Reaches Cleveland Both priests and laymen of plllnsforEverydetailarranged with one exception the lIlsholjolIrreIloriginally to assume his new duties during the latter part of May and arrangements were made accordingly Later advices indicate that he will not leave Rome untlU4thel festivities attendant upon the jubilee of the American Co concluded In this event it the latter part of Juno bei arrives exprdesire highSunday in dlcated which Sunday At his there will be no sermon at stallation but nn address of V in behalf of the priests and of the diocese will be dellve the Rev John T OConnell LI ToledoA f mass meeting will I JDlsbopJohnson and other leading c will be Invited to deliver add On Tuesday evening the of the various parishes will t the new Bishop a receptiont PRESENTATION ACADEAIY PresentationAcademy their annual commencement exercises which will be held at th6 academy Fourth and Brcoklnridge streets at 10 oclock on the morning of Monday June 14 FIRST COMMUNION PARTY Little Miss Margaret Louise Slvprl entertained a number of her friends herhomehonor of her first holy communion and confirmation Mia Shod waft the raelpittit 6t many prenenta from upsetbxu vocal n msslealseieetlona r 1 TWENTYFIVE YEARS AT ALTAR i Silver Sacerdotal Jubilee of Rev Father Charles P Raffo to Be Religiously am4 Socially Observed at St Charles Borromeo Church Next Week 1l Well Beloved Pastor Will Receive Congratulations From Friends in Many Quarter I CiLyIThe Rev Charles P llaffo willI celebrate the twentyfifth anal versary of his ordination to thet priesthood with a high muss at St Charles Borromeo church Twenty seventh niul Chestnut streets at 10I oclock next Thursday lie will not be alone in his celebration Ho had planned to have a nice quiet observ ance of the day but his legion of friends among time clergy and laity determined otherwise These people have been laboring for more than a month to make the celebration what It ought to bea silver sacerdotal jubileeHis friends among the clergy inveigled Father llaffo to undertake a little journey of some ten or twelve hours not long since and while he was away the work was done or at least it was planned The men of the congregation had their meetings and the ladies had theirs Churles J OConnor was made Chairman of the mens committee and P M Ollellly Secretary With them were chosen William Auerback William IJorgmnn A Cussella Thomas Cody Farrell Curran Thomas Feely James L Hackett K P Lynch John M Mul loy Dr B T Oto nor S M Ratio P H Savage Edward T Tlerney Nicholas Weber and Lee 11 Yates Miss Bee Small was chosen head of I the ladles committee with Miss Nellie Holland as Secretary and the following ladies to assist Misses M Beycr3cSw eeneyand Rache- llunmons and Mesdames M T Carroll P T Guns H C Gathoff IJJGernrdin E Gross L C Heck C A Lilley J A Miller L 0IIearn S M Raffo E J Slattery and E Steerstetter John B Stickler was named Treasurer for the committee of men and Miss M Stickler for the ladiesCharles P llaffo was born in Louis vile of Italian parentage on Wash ingtons birthday February 22 1850 He received his primary education at the Cathedral parochial school under the tutelage of the Sisters of Char tty of Nazareth and at the Presenta tion Academy which was then on Fifth street Later he received In struction from the Xaverian Broth ers at their institute on Fourth avenue He enjoyed boyish sports and earlydays i baseball but was also one of the best amateur pitchers among the school DEVOTION To the Blessed Sacrament Paid On Feast ot Corpus Christi Celebration ot the Day Dates Back to the Thirteenth Century Trinity ot Great Feasts Follow Each Other Quite Kapitlly ONCE HOLYDAY OF OBLIGATION Thursday Juno 10 will bi this feast of Corpus Christi the body of Christ It is no more a holy day of obligation in America though it was for many years Jfowever it is still observed by pious Catholics everywhere as a day of great devotion because It commemorates the institution of the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist Ffom apostolic times the Catholic church has celebrated time institution of the Eucharist on Holy Thursday But since the church at that season ts occupied with the consideration of Christs passion it was desirable apartasfaent In the year 1246 the Bishop leptbroughoutAbout that time the heresy of erengnrlus which consisted in a nial of transubstantiation arose fid in 1204 Pope Urban IV published 1bull commanding the celebration it the feast on the Thursday follow g the first Sunday after Peijecost pe John XXII took great prfns III JG to see that the celebrntum was bserved throughout the lurch ilio Council of Trent speUks of Corpus Christ as a triumph giver heresy The custom of carrying the Blessed CorpusChristifirst a recognized part of the ceremonial if it was not as many nble writers think actually Instituted by Urban IV The office which is still Used was composed by St Thomas of Aquln at the bld 1lngof Urban I IY Corpus Christi IIs the third of a series of great feasts that follow In ranld succession Pentecost which will be celebrated tomorrow com memorates the dencent of the Holy Ghost linen time apostle jand dictate TM jRllawlntfi Sunday la TrJnltY Sunday and comraerii6r t i tfo ttjMtfrT nftbe rrluneOfl- tatheraori and Holy Ghost PoT I teems 1Vhen only fifth rt years old hE- t went to St Josephs College att Bnrdstown and graduated from tha t Institution with the degree of Bach REV CHARLES P RAFFO- I 4 DuringhispluedbanplayballprlestthatTheological Seminary at Preston Park near Louisville From hU earliest youth honnilu vocation for the priesthood and at Preston Park he followed it toioFsuccessful edn elusion S He was ordained subdeacon on May 25 1884 deacon on June 2 fol next d1as elevated to tho dignity of the ilesthood Father Ratio received alI the IIOI orders through the 111gb Rev William npn1Q lrclnala Almnat immn dlately after his ordination Father llaffo was asdlgn ajKp a rural mis incidentallyhadridge Mende and I an cock counties Fortunately Fathe affo was not left dong tin time it 1 dltrlctl for broughttof l lamented Father Lawler at St Pat t lowing this comes the feast of Corpus Christi Every practical Catholic should practice some devotion on that day to show in a slight manner his ap preciation of time loving sacrifice made by our divine Saviour in giving us his body and blood to bring about our salvation RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Richard C Loch ridge who died at his home 210 East Main street last Saturday afternoon took place from St Michaels church Tuesday morning The deceased was fiftyfour years oM and was held in esteem by nil who knew him Miss Elizabeth Malone daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Robert Malone died at the home of her sister Mrs Alice Sheeley Eleventh and Mug nolia avenue Monday evening The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Wednesday morning Mr and Sirs Edward Welsh Lave the sympathy of many friends in their grief over the death of their sevenyearold daughter Annie who passed away Monday evening at the family residence 730 East Green street The interment took place in St Lords cemetery on Wednesday The funeral of Mrs James U Wickstead who died at the family residence 2347 West Walnut street last Saturday night took place from St Charles Borromeo church Monday morning Mrs Wickstend is survived by her husband and several children The deceased was well beloved In the community in which sic lived Mrs Bridget McCormack a well beloved matron of St Louis her trends parish tiledat the family residence 1025 Dumesnll street last Saturday evening The deceased was in her fortysecond year and is sur vived by her husband Andrew Mc Cormack and several children The IJouislUertralllsand the large attendance testified to the esteem in which Mrs McCormack was held ROMAN RUMOR A Roman correspondent of the secular dally press says that it is re ported that Pope Plus X con templates abolishing consistories for the appointment of Cardinals ap pointing them by brief or bull as in the case of Bishops A consistory says the correspondent is now merely a matter of form Now Cardinals are nominated by the Pope and they are notified by the Papal Secretary of State before the consistory meets FOR AVORTinC CAUSE The ladles of time Church of the Blessed Sacrament will give a euchre in the schop room at Washington and Buchanan streets for the benefit pjf the church next Tuesday afternoon and evening A number of handsome prizes Will be awarded and all win gttend are promised aft enjoyable evening TicketsarI a bey Ingsold at twentyfive e ntaI i racks and after three yeas of as siduous work he was sent to build n new church St Charles Borromeo at Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets Father llaffo succeeded there as he had at school at college at the seminary on the ball field When he founded st Charles Bor romeo parish he was in the midst of n wilderness Today there is no sec tion of the city that surpasses it Father Raffo has done more for the West laud of Louisville than the Com mercial Club Board of Trade and all the real estate agencies combined His personal magnetism attracted prop and when they came they remained At present Father Ratio has one of the largest niul most flourishing congregations in the city Ills people love and rover enCL him and hope In the near future to be able to build a church commensurate with the needs of the congregationFather has a flourishing parochial school conducted by the Sisters of Mercy and is the irlcnd of the children nil of the grown peo peopleliechristenings and merry makings he comforts the sick and consoles the family in tines of death and dis tress in brief he Is what the Irish call n Soggarth aroon The celebration of the anniversary of Father Raffos ordination will be gin next Wednesday when the chil respectsThe held on Thursday Father Ratio will cele brate the solemn high mass at 10 oclock and many of the clergy from this and other dioceses will De prlI ent The Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey will occupy a throne In the sanctuary The jubilee sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Thomas A Hayes of Bowling Green a life long friend of Father Ratios A largelyaugmented choir under the I direction of Miss Maggie Gorman will render the music of the mass At noon the washing clergy will be given a breakfast in the parochial school room and it is expected that at least seventyfive priests will gather nt the festal hoard The ladles of the congregation will pro yule amid prepare time feast Later time 1ImlleS + nntl imtlemenwill tender their felicitations to their beloved pastor t AUGUST Will Come Before There Is Chance For Birrell Land Bill British Budget Causes Great Commotion in United- Ulngdom Ireland Taxed Much Higher Than England For Dreadnaiights ERIN IS IWITHOUT COMMERCE With the German war scare as the matter of paramount interest before the British Parliament the lion T P OConnor sees little hope for anything regarding the new Irish land bill before August In his letter to the Chicago Tribune under date of May 22 he says among other things The Cummings mission of disrup tion under the pretense of uniting the Ancient Order of Hibernians ends in nn abject fizzle The death of George Meredith robs Ireland of one of the most pow erful of its friends among the Englishmen Welsh and Irish by lIe scent Meredith always wrote strongly in favor of home rule and I attended the funeral services in Westminster to represent the Irish party and Irish grltitude My latest news with regard to Birrells bill is quite hopeful Birrell will bring in the bill on alternate nights with the budget partly to give LloydGeorge a rest as he fears he may break down under the strain of gigantic work on the budget partly to for ward the measure The landlords are In a better mood and the deal between them the Government and tho Irish party will be made prob ably in August I always thought that there would be n terrible fight over the budget hlY the budget is bigger more drastic and moro during than r ever anticipated and the fight ac cordingly wilt be more terrific than I thought LloydGeorge has man aged to get some of the most power ful interests in the country united In hostility to him and a storm rages I about his head such ns has never broken before over a Chancellor of ExchequerAmerica I new weekly paner NewYorkBritish bndeel Says America AH smjintthorbe noiintryMr 1 at one in their protest aaglnst th indirect taxation which will be 2 per cent higher in Ireland than iii lEngland Irelands tax declared Mir Redmond Is chiefly on the food o her people A Government Commlf paydand now that she Is trying to rebuilt her industries tho Government no only lends her no assistance but dls criminates against her In favor o England sand her colonies whosi paforwhlch has been left no commerce to need protection 1 GROWING OLD Yet Cardinal Satolll I s Still Young in Heart yearApostolicd States will celebrate his seventieth birthday on July 2U die will allow the anniversary to pass quietly re ceJebllltlbnf placeIntwentyfifth anniversary of his seveimtyfifthbirthday anniversary of his red hat Cardinal Satolll is called the American Cardinal on account of his intense nnd sincere love for the United States of which he better than any other member of the Sacred College understands the spirit and values to its full extent the importance and the influence which our country will execise in the political and religious development of the world Among the offices held by Car dinal Sntolli during his long eccle siastical career he recalls none with greater delight than that of his mission as Apostolic Delegate to the lJAmericanhis residence at time historic Lateran palace Is n center of American Cathy olic Interest In Rome JUNE WEDDING Joyous Peals Prom Church Bells to Greet Nuptial Ceremony Miss iMary Elizabeth Nadorff and Edward J Schneider will be united in StIAnthonys church nt 0 oclock Tues day morning Juno 8 The Rev Father George Schneider of Water loo Hall will perform the ceremony Father Schneider is a brqther of the prospective groom and will officiate at the solemnTiuptlrtIinassthatnyllt follow the marriage ceremony At the mass he will be assisted by the Rev Fathers Leo Bonavcntnre and Scrnphin The bride will wear a gown of white duchess satin and will carry a shower bouquet of brides roses Miss Phllomena Nadorff a sister of the brideelect will be time brides maid She will wear a gown of pink messaline and will carry pink roses The maids of honor will be Misses Phllomena Schneider a sister of the groomtobe and Miss Anna Coggs well Miss Schneider will wear a gown of green messaline and Miss Coggswell yellow messaline Adam Dittmeier will be the best man and Frank Nndorff and Albert Kippes will be ushers After time ceremony Mr and Mrs Schneider will be tendered n breakfast and reception at time home of the brides parents 1314 Willow are flue Later in the day the happy young couple will take n short bridal tour and on their return will resident 1314 Willow avenue Miss Nadorff Is the handsome and gifted daughter of Henry Nndorff and the fortunate groom is a son of Mr and Mrs Knslmer Schneider AGED PRELATES Many American Bishops Have Passed Allotted Years There are fifteen prelates in the American hierarchy who are over seventy years old and two of them arc past eighty Our own Bishop the Right illev William George Me Closkey dean of the hierarchy is well on in his eightysixth year The Right Rev John J Hogan Bishop of Kansas City was eighty years old on3lny1The llev Patrick J Ryan Archbishop of Philadelphia Is now in his seventyninth year and the Right Rev Bishop John Foley of Detroit is in his seventysixth year His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons is round ing out his seventyfifth year and Bishop Chatard of Indianapolis is in his sev Bishop John Jans sea of Belleville is also in the seven tyfifth class Other veteran prelates are Bishop Peter Verdlnger of Brownsville Texas seventyfour Bishop Henry J Richter of Grand Rapids seventy two Archbishop Ireland of St Paul Bishop Trobec of St Cloud Minn and Bishop Henry Gabriels of Og densburg are ail In their Johnfirst year Archbishop J Keane of Dubuque Bishop John K FItzmaurlce of Erie nnd Bishop Thomas A Burke of Albany are In their seventieth year STRICTLY BUSINESS SESSION Division 3 AO UbeTd a fairly well attended meeting Thursday night of last week with President Patrick T Sullivan in the chair One application was received and Edward McDonald was reported on tie sick list A generous donation was made to the convent of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd The CountV Board was allowed 3920 for thetate ae seuThenC During the evening many of the memSer made instructive jmid tiro ei- i 1 e SCANDALS s- And Spirit of Nepotism Infest t the Reform Republican Administrationt e y One Entire Family Gets Its Dalley Bread From Patient Taxpayers J Attempt Made to Cover Up time Jamboree ot a City Oniclal JANITORS AND THEIR SALARIES adlhln1stRepublicanniaclihme scandal in its happy family this week The answer from those in lnowledgeofreaders of the Kentucky Irish Annrl canThe facts In the case are that a disorderlYInnight and became so boisterous that byIatrolnien gnothewas so registered He was charged with drunkenness and disorderly provedtoan absence of years In New York CityAuditoranother exponent of reform In the Police Court on Tuesday morning the case against Stratton alias Standi ford was quickly and quietly dis posed of by entering a fine of 5 ami suspending the fine The arresting officers nnd their witnesses waited to testify only to learn that the case had already been disposed of spiritedtlmesefamilies want all the offices The spirit of neptoism prevails in the Republican ranks in Louisville Alder man Heyburn a family connection of the Belknaps presided at the re cent Republican city and county convention Morris iiBelknap was nom J inated for Park Commissioner Lafon Allen one of Bclknaps nephews was nominated for a Circuit Judge Chl1rleyAllenLegisl1l1JJa member of the reform Board of Public Safety was an employe of the Belknaps and so was Robert J FosterThere Republicanfamilyadministration Give us thfs day our Dalley bread George A Dalley is a Magistrate Eugene M Dalley is the new Assistant Chief License In spector John is a rodman in the City Engineerss bureau and Melville F Dalley is a sanitary Inspector in the City Health department Until Tuesday Eugene M Dalley was n member of the lower board of the agohetold his friends that his business as S Councilman was so great ns to pre vent his paying any attention to the drug store He got no salary as a Councilman but will draw 2400 a year as Chief Assistant License In spector d By the way D W Holmes was turned down by the administration in his search for a political job For years Holmes has hall an ambition to he County Jailer Several times he almost got the nomination This year he went after it again but was never In the running Then he sought to be one of the Assistant License Inspectors at 125 a month As usual lie was doomed to disappointment The Louisville School Board is still In a turmoil concerning janitors sal aries Business Manager Jones tjilnlcs the salaries of some of the janitors ware too high and at least half of the Trustees believe the salaries should remain as they are Certainly1 the laborer is worthy ofihis hire and the people have not heard the janitors side of the story In the first place no janitor gets 2000 a year as has been stated in the In the second place every janitor who employs help and many of them have to do it pay their helpers out of their own pockets Besides that they must provide brooms soap mops and other materials used in keeping the buildings in order Business Manager Jones would cut the janitors salaries to create new offices and in taxpayersTheand the Republican machine pro tended to be the friends of Organized labor How have they shown their friendship Certainly not by refus ing to indorse Police Court Ballff James Roberts by giving him a sec and nomination RECEIVE TWO SACRAMENTS The Right Rev Bishop McCloskv administered the sacrament of confirmation to a large class tit Sacred Heart clurch last Tuesday Tomor row the children will receive their first holy communion from the Rev Father Patrick Walsh WORK IN FOURTH DEGREE For the first time in Louisville the Knights of ColumbuA will exemplify the fourth degree at the new home of Louisville Council on Fourth avenue near York street next Monday Robert A Watson Master of the coremgnieacou l1lnthe State will attend Cq John T Donovan Slat Deputy of DorianariJllfem PaducabEn e KFiNT7SOgY IRISH AMERXOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN t Devoted to the Social and Moral Advance memento Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient 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 gc Entered at the Loultvllle Poiiottlee as SeeondCUssfUUer Address all CommunUatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St TRADES COUNCIL it LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY MAY 29 1909 CONGRATULATIONS The Kentucky Irish American of fers its hearty congratulations to the Rev Father Charles P Raffo on the occasion of attaining his twentyfifth anniversaryas a priest Father Raffo Is not only popular in his own parish but throughout the city and diocese He is noted for his labors for his ministering care of his flock for his learning and for his ability as a pulpit orator lIe is honored wherever he is known and his ad mirers are not limited to people of Catholic faith iNine years ago the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by Mount St Marys College Emmlttsburg the Mother of Bish ops and those who reverence and love Father Raffo hope that the honorary degree thus conferred only foreshadows the mitre Once again we offer our con gratulations and pray ad multos annex 1 VIOLATION OP LIBERTY None knows better than the venerable editor of the St Louis Western Watchman that prohibition does not prohibit and for forty years the cause of temperance and total abstinence lies had no stauncher advocate than this same Father D S Phelan In his issue of May 20 he calls attention to condi tions in Missouri and as usual calls a spade a spade While advocating temperance and total abstinence Father Phelan has never believed in e making men good by legislation On the contrary he is in the fight against the proposed prohibition enactments Hear him The argument that must be used to convince intelligent people must not be directed to their pocketbooks We hold that the manufacturer of spirits and their sale is a natural right Man has the ownership of his land and nil that it can produce To 4 curtail the msbandmans use of his land is to deprive him of some of its ownership A farmer has as much right to raise grapeS as he has to raise potatoes and he can do what he wills with Ills crop To forbid a farmer selling the product of his land is to take away from him the use of that land Whatever a man owns lIe can dispose of A thing a roan is forbidden to sell he does not wholly own- Prohibition is a visionary and Utopian measure of reform When a State ceases to manufacture spirits it begins to turn out hypocrites and lawbreakers A prohibition enact ment is not one that its authors hope litor expect to enforce It never hast been enforced and never will be The men Wro preach prohibition do not It practice total abstinence and they know they are setting up a tyrannous sham They would go farther than the foes of racing These did not make the raising of horses Illegal and they did not confiscate the land laid out in race courses The prohibitionists would not allow the land to bear or the owner to dispose of his crop What Father Phelan says is true and the ardent prohibition advocates J should pause and ponder over his advice DEPLORING DIVORCE The General Assembly of the Presbyterian church In session at Denver last week heard the following report from the Administrative Agencies Committee Although it is a fact to be deplored that the scandal and sin and sorrow resulting from the laxity of law that makes divorce and speedy remarriage possible show sad and shameful continuance and that the efforts to resist and lessen these evils that threaten the purity and permanence of the family life the stability of the State and the life and power of the church seem unavailing yet the united efforts of the churches t national and State officials and organizations of the Bar Association of the United States and con spicuously the faithful and persistent work of the National Divorce Con gress which invited the representa tives of the interchurch conference to confer with it encourage us to believe that the movement has made great progress and to hope that 1 1reforms will be accomplished whichR will Sn time wipe out much of the dishonor and disgrace that make Christian America conspicuous in permitting a laxity that makes our record our shame Thus one by one the sects L separated from tie Catholic church see Mid depjor8etiie evil of divorce Mtprce WM this foundation of the Episcopal creeds because the Catholic churCh Would riot allow henry VIIL to put away one wife snd takes1 i s another Calvinism Methodism and the various other isms and schisms had their origin from divorce Now the thinking leaders of these sects want to abandon the cause that gave them a little brief notoriety The Catholic church never has and never will countenance divorce WIlY SO SILENT When it comes to Republican scandals at the City Hall the editor of the Evening Post seems to be applying himself to n postgraduate course in the school of applied silence If it were new and true why did the Post not say anything about the Stratton episode A few weeks ago the Post hold up the new City Auditor as a model of all that was good Honest now did Mr Stratton ever vote in Louisville WHOLESOME ADVICE A writer in the May issue of the Institute Journal gives the following wholesome and timely advice Some things serve to emphasize more than others a point If you have not been through the chairs of a Y M I council or perchance skipped a few steps to the head of an organi zation maybe you can not appreciate what it involves I know from what I have seen and experienced and know the sacrifices of time and often sacrifices of personal interest that are endured Yet what do you know of the leaders makers or workers of your own organization One can sitand enumerate a hundred Presidents now past Presi dentsof various councils of the Y M h In San Francisco alone many of whom have lost interest in the ordinary undertakings of the very organizations of which they have at times been the guiding spirits Why should it be The attraction is simply gone More absorbing unties takings and more alluring occupations divert mens minds In the course of events interest changes What this correspondent addresses to the Y M I of California may be equally well addressed to many other fraternal orders in this and other cities Too frequently we see men who have worked hard to attain the Presidency of an organization lose all interest in it after their term expires This is not as it should be but it is nevertheless true As long ns the organization remains true to its purposes and true to God and country the man who has been honored should continue to honor and support it CATHOLIC HOMES The home is the foundation of society throughout Christendom and when the home is not as it should be there you will find a weak link in the chain of society The Catholic church has always taught this The home of Jesus Mary and Joseph has been held up as an example for others to follow for nineteen centuries There is no better example for us to follow but from time to time as manners and customs change we must hear new advices though ever keeping in mind the home of the Holy Family A recent pastoral letter from the Right Rev Bishop C P Maes of Covington is of interest to every Catholic man or woman who believes in the preservation of the home He says in part v It is a lamentable fact that the generality of our Catholic homes are no longer the sanctuaries wherein young men and young women dwell apart from the dangers of a worldly life and are kept away from its enticing pleas Urea until adult age The almost universal emancipation from parental control at an age when youths stand most in need of it has had a deleterious effect upon our Catholic young men You may say that it is not criminal for parents to procure such enjoyment for their young children and precluding the occasion of sin you may be right in your contention otlchildrenments Fathers and mothers by all means jn your power preserve intact I the authority which God has given you over your children preserve them from the modern spirit of overindujgence keep them away from frivolous amusements as long as you qan- Bishop Maes has imbued all his s clergy with the necessity Of making the Catholic home what It should be and one of his priests the Rev Father gnatus M Ah ann wrItes Let the part of jthe family devotions consist lit reading especially froim the Gospels cad Xpintlei or from the small Bible hUtoryj Mao fons LtveiLLI ks of the Saints and other books of instruction and edification Above all have a good Catholic newspaper Support the press it has an aim similar to that of the priesthood The Louisville Times Courier Journal Herald and Anzelger were cognizant of the escapade and arrest of the City Auditor Each of these papers pretend to wage war aglnst the present ulty administration They are certainly poor sentinels to allow the enemy to take away their weapons The Syracuse Journal sa sNot only has the history of the Catholic church in Syracuse been given a beautiful chapter by the consecration of Monsignor John Grimes as Coadjutor Bishop but religious effort Las been given a greater impulse by the event The Louisville Board of Water works seems dead anxious to spend tIle peoples money Millions have been spent on a filter plant that so far fails to filter Now it is the intention to build n sevenstory office building What next If you have not complied with the regulations of the church regarding your Easter duty dd it now One TrinitySunday VETERANS BIRTHDAY On last Sunday a surprise was tendered Philip Steinmctz one of Louisvilles oldest German tmericans and a veteran of the Louisville Vol unteer Fire Department The affair was arranged in honor of his seventieth birthday Mr Steinmetz was born on May 22 1830 at Rheindark helm in HesseDarmstadt Germany He came to Louisville with his par ents in 1852 and has resided here ever since When quite a youth he became a member of Louisvilles volunteer fire corps and Is now President of the association At the heartyIllsthe surprise for him and the dinner was a marvel of the culinary art The celebration was held at his home 932 East Oak street and among those present were his four daugh ters and their husbands Messrs and Mesdames August Schubert Adam Hoertz Ben Dodt and Ed Fisher and the following friends Messrs and Mesdames Charles Obst John Greenwnld Frank Laufer anal Mrs Mary Bickel and Misses Carrie Dodt Evclln Greenewald Ida Faller Bertha Fisher and Messrs Plus Melcher Otto nellie John mum hoffer Ed Targel Henry Rose and Masters John Greenewald and Burnie Freamcr DANGEROUS DECAY cablegram from Berlin says that the great Cathedral of Cologne Is crumbling to pieces and that it will take whole decades of years nUll millions of dollars to restore the edifice to anything like its original splendor Stone after stone has peeled away and unless the destruc tion is checked incalcnlsble conse quences will be unavoidable CATHOLIC DISCOVERER During the coming tercentary celebration of the discovery of Lake Champlain It is probable that steps will be taken to erect a S30000 memorial to the great Cr tholic discoverer The celebration will be held during the week beginning July 4 The proposed monument will be erected on the northwest shore of the Isle La Motte WILL VISIT ROME The Right Rev Francis S Chatard Bishop of Indianapolis has made every preparation to start for Rome next week Bishop Chatard was the second President of the American College having succeeded our Bishop McCloskey On his trip he will be accompanied by the Rev Father P H Rowan his private secretary SHERIDAN BREAKS RECORD Martin J Sheridan made a new worlds record in throwing the discus at the Pastime Athletic Clubs grounds New York last Sunday He hurled tho metal plate 13S feet 11 inches The previous record was 132 feet 11 inches and was held by M F Horr another member of the New York IrishAmerican Athletic Club FIVE JUBILLVRIANS It they live until December 20 next five priests of the Brooklyn diocese will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of their ordination The prospective jubiliarlans are Rev Fathers James J McAteer Matthew J Tierney John G Fitzgerald John F OHara and Charles H Dougherty CARDINAL QUITE ILL According to cable advices received this week Cardinal George Kopp Bishop of Breslau Germany is very ill of pneumonia At last accounts his condition was precarious Cardinal Kopp was born at Dunderstadt in 1837 and was created and pro claimed Cardinal in 1893 LORETTOS COMMENCEMENT The Kentucky Irish American is in receipt of an invitation to the nlnty exerI June 10 Many Louisville people have signified their intention of being present at the exercises DOUBLE JUBILEE Mr and Mrs Michael Maloney of Covington celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of their wedding at their home in that city last Saturday night On the name occasion Mr Maloney celebrated his twentyfifth anniversary asR compositor on the Cincinnati Enquirer HOLY ORDERS Archbishop Mo ller will confer holy orders at the Cincinnati Cathe dial June15lINhie young Ten will ber dtoffie dlynlty of the priesthood n 4- y e S MS I SOGIETY i J P Hnnley of Crescent Hill is sojourning at French Lick Mr and Mrs John Coleman are Visiting in Washington and Philadelphia Louis Dauer and family of St Matthews are sojourning at Martins ville Ind Miss Margaret Malone returned last Saturday from a visit to friends in Cincinnati Miss Teresa Bisig of St Matthews has gone to Martlnsvlllo to try the healing waters Mrs John T Malone and family DayViewMiss Adelaide Crush will be the hostess next Friday at a handkerchief shower In honor of Miss Alllene Ferris lIon J T OJf cal and family are entertaining Mr and Mrs George D Wright at their summer home in Pewee Valley Miss lichen Gorman of Portland youngfriendsfirst communion Miss Genevieve Hackett daughter speniUngthenear Springfield Mrs Irvine Abell and baby will MrsAbellsIng at Lexington John Sclmlda who had been seriously ill for several weeks is able to be out again to the delight of his many friends Judge Henry S Barker and wife returned to Frankfort Monday after spending several days with friends and relatives In Louisville AD SOCIETY Miss Mary Fraley of Crescent Hill has as her guest Miss Ida Kearns of Birmingham Ala Frank Kelly of St Louis spent several days this week with his mother Mrs Bridget Kelly of 225 West Spring street New Albany Miss Jane Gable gave a handker inhonormarriage to Joseph II Lex will take place on June 10 illduringto Ills 1M at his home on Chestnut manyfriendscoveryMrs Charles Kremer of Louisville and Mr and Mrs John Damn of Lexington have returned to their re spective homes after a pleasant visit to Mrs Fontaine Kremer op the Bardstown roads Miss Mary Jane McBride and Frank Pilson will he united in matrimony at the Cathedral of the brideIsMrs James McBride Philip Ackerman General Manager DrewlngCompnnytral Consumers Company is irt Chicago on n ten days trip during which he will combine business and pleasure Miss Dora Oesweln and Richard Taylor popular young people of South Louisville will be united in marriage at Holy Name church the Rev Father John T OConnor officiating on the morning of Wednes day June 2 Mr and Mrs J W Hantz who were married at St Mary Magdalens agohavesacola Fla Mrs Hantz was formerly Miss Clara E Gorman and is HughGormanGormanMiss Eleanor M Weiss and Louis Fossee Jr will be united In matrimony at Holy Cross church at 330 oclock on the afternoon of Wednesday June 10 The brideelect is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs John Weiss and is deservedly popular in Catholic society circles Miss Wilhelmlha Virginia OMeara and Charles E Robertson will be Joined in wedlock by the Rev Father John T OConnor at Holy Name church on the morning of Wednesday June 9 Both young people are well and favorably known in South Louisville and will begin housekeeping In Laurel Court Miss Allleno Elizabeth Ferris and Gustavus D Crain will be united in matrimony at St Mary Magdalens church at 4 oclock on the afternoon of Wednesday June 2 The Rev Father Vllliam Gausepohl will perform the ceremony Both young people are well and favorably known but on account of a recent death in the brides family no Invitations have been issued Miss Leota Whitton Blerach had several prominent out of town peo operaDaecMiss Alice Danforth of St Joseph EarlingtonKy and Julius Rattermarr of Cincin nati all prominent coal merchants and L C Rawlings manager of the Home Telephone Company at Frank fortMiss JosephSchmittnt St Marcy s church New Albany at 9 oclock Tuesday morning The Rev Father George G Borrles officiated and celebrated the nuptial mass coupleheldof the brides parents Mr and Mrs Robert Iielltt1234 Clark street They have begun KpuaekoeplBg at1313 Culberson venue JiTr and Mrs James P Ford anJ nonce the approaching marriage of IJ their niece Miss Anna Frances Tierney to Frank John Vettcr The wedding will take place on the morn ing of June 23 at St Jonns church Clay and Walnut streets The bride elect is a charming young lady of the East End and is beloved by all her acquaintances on account of her waysMrbusiness man and has a host of friends throughout the city Miss Clara Clotel Henry of Madison Ind and Henry A Buddeke of Louisville will be united in matri mony at St Marys church Madison next Thursday morning Miss Alice Henry of Madison will be the maid of honor and Miss Alice Buddeke of Louisville and Miss Emma Nortmnn of Newport will be tho bridesmaids Charles Buddeke of Louisville will bethe best man Albert Roth of Paducah and Albert Jclsse of Madison will be the ushers After a brief honeymoon trip Mr and Mrs Buddeke will take up their residence in Louisville ORIGIN OF WORD Etymology of Mass Has Been Traced to Old Hebrew The word mass in its various forms is found In nearly all lan guages In every land under the blue canopy of heaven this word is used to denote that great central net of Christian worship known as tho sacri fice of the mass In Portugal the mass is called missa the Danes Ger mans nnd French call it messe In Spain South America and Mexico it is misa In every part of the United States and the British empire it is called mass The etymology of this word has long been n mooted question Many eminent theologians and philologists from St Thomas Aquinas down have written on the subject but not one of them as far as the present writer is aware ever traced the word mass to the Hebrew word maseath which signifies the elevation or lifting up of the hands whilst offering sacrifice to God says a Catholic exchange- In the Old Testament the mass was foreshadowed Gen 1418 and fore told Mai 111 In the New Testa ment wo find it promised St John 423 051 52 and celebrated by the first apostles Acts 132 Now the first apostles were Hebrews and the Hebrew word for the elevation of the consecrated host in the mass is maseath This word is found in the second verse of the 140th Psalm in the Hebrew Bible Let my prayer be directed as incense in Thy sight the elevation of my hands maseath as evening sacri ficeThe word mass therefore was in all probability first applied to the dally sacrifice of the New Testament by the Christian Jews of the early ages who were accustomed to wit ness the elevation of the priests nnnolnted hands in sacrifice mas eath every day immediately after the consecration when the bread of earth became the living bread from grnpbecameJesus Christ BISHOP OFFICIATED Large classes of children received their first holy communion at St Anthonys St Johns St Pauls and the Church of Our Lady last Sunday Right11evthe sacrament to classes at St Anthonys and St Johns churches CLOSING EXERCISES The closing exercises of St Thirtythirdplace Wednesday June 1C at 2 oclock in the afternoon and 730 oclock in the evening Refreshments will be served at the rectory after each performance FIRST COMMUNICANTS The Rev Father John OConnell pastor of St Augustines church Jeffersonville administered first holy communion to a class of thirty children last Sunday morning The church was crowdedwith the parents and friends of the little ones DIOCESAN COLLECTION The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey has directed that a collection be taken up at all the masses In every church in the diocese tomorrow for the sick and disabled priests No doubt our people will be generous according to their means FELL FROM CAR Patrick Ward a well known res ident of Jeffersonville fell while alighting from a car at the inter urban station in that city Friday and sustained severe Injuries For tunately he is now on the road to recovery FORTY HOURS PRAYER Forty Hours prayer will begin at St Columbas church at the 10 oclock mass tomorrow and the Rev Father Kalaher will bo assisted byj several other priests The sanctuary th04occ3slonJ4 DECEASED PRIEST WAS HEIR J Word was received in L Sdngtcm Monday that the late Father Jamea P Barry who until his death wa pastor of St Pauls church wa heir to an estate in Ireland value at about 25000 1 ENJOYS A REST spendinghis IudII QUITE A DIFFERENCE Statistics show that there is one priest for every 14500 Catholic in habitants of New York while in Parts France there is only one for everyt 00- OIENTUCICYS MINERAL PRODUCTS Lead zinc cobalt oil gas and Iron are found In Kentucky in commercial Quantities and her undeveloped coal elds could supplyl the world 100 year Three flfth of the output t I UNDER ONE MMANAGEMENTM I FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 417 Fourth st Princess TheaterI r1 Jeff oSeet Columbia Theater Fourth 1 Ave VestDreamlandet We cater especially to Ladies and Children RIVERVIEW PARK Louisvilles Brightest Spot FREE CONCERTS Every afternoon and evening Unique attractions aided danc- Ing hall and numerous amuse ments for children FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH PHOENIX HILL PARKS Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyImprovdwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contractsFONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150q w ON THE ELE6MT1STEAMERS City CincinnatiCity One of the above steamers leaves everySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets tlll r+ iKi boat arriving home about 8 r ROUND TRIP ONLY SOc ID r- Reo Iization LSale Is in full sway and we are pleasing nmidreds of customers with values that can not be equaledelsewhere Call and be convinced HiiDDiiGii Bros 522 524 W MARKET ST- REETSHOES Our purchases in Spring and Summer Shoes have been very heavy The new shapes and styles are pleasing to the eye and comfortable to the feet We Jhaye nothing but the best to itfeftpur customers Our Shoes iKJBen ore by far the best ever lid before the buying public ifigouisville In Ladles Low Sfeand Street Ties we show ffeceptionally strong line in qllbestCttKdrens Slippers and Shoes f Z MICHAEL SV MARKET STREET FOR furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WMf MAYER 419 W MARKET ST fluor spar In the United Staten comes from Kentucky Mens and Youths 20 Suits for 15 Boys 5 Suits for 375 On SpecialSale I LEVYSsThird and Market 3riflIIA tl untt ttLIGUT mt tt mPURSEm HIIS CURSEII A HEAVY atmBut Its all right to have purse made light by its contents Into a and SAVINGS BETTER ACCOUNT placetoputtingII bearIng COMPOUND INTERIU EST Takes only one dollar t UUto start an account In which- there H ties are surprising posslblllHI H t Ky TitleIftIft If tt H HtmjH H m mtm tmlIf t t JJ1M V MSM V MM VMV All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed 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 samplebottleCarpetCleanerCleanerQIIDEDIflD SuuTtnlUK FILTER a E OrtblnLli IE 418 S Third St Loslivllle Ky cnas fl Rogers 11s BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIESvT- o suit every taste Give usa calla d Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Inks Magazines aafi RstfetaK AiWfk olJIV1IRr DOiUlTX 434 Wwt fferlODHt ilrJ CIIY If i KENTUOKY IRISH A1VIE aICAl nos NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFlFIH AXAGXSIERlAL DIe rr xeT Composed oust 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party i 1000 OVEMBER EJJ EJOJCJOJV 1OOO WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeHERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second and Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRBS S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURQEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE =JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party 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 STREET HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S fast Main street NNNN ONNNNbJ E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carrlt Furnished Norte on 1531 W MARKET STREET I NN ON 5ran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AM Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN Fvniral Director and Enbalmir TELEPHONE 3S5 e Alt nil promptly attended to dYor night Carriages lumUbed for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST o Give year boys aa education that will put pare then for life ST XAYIERS COLLEGE 0 112 W Bred4ray Louisville Ky Ccwtafe tar tie 3Uwri ii Brotktrn CUw Sdtotiic IHMtBCM tJontseR Prep qpy Independent of All Undertakers i KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty IOM PHONE 1077 HENRY 11 1JIJ PULS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Pfa n363s 528 Fifth Street HENRY fflJNOLD BKAIXR IN Staple and Fancy Grociriis A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM INCNNECTtIN dltyDal e llMiie 1131 640 WWALI 1 o 0 10 + 1 1 4 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dotrg tbe Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Hibernians nt Brockton Mass will soon have their newhome and hall paid for Division 3 will meet Thursday night nnd President Sullivan expects j a large attendance The three divisions of the order at New Britain Conn have taken steps toward securing their own home Minnesota Uibernidns have a six team baseball league and each team is striving to win the pennant Three more divisions In Phila been enrolled in theFederation of Catholic societies With the addition of juvenile livis ions and girl corps the crop of futur members of the order in Connecticut exceptionally bright When any division takes in 10 at a meeting and expends 15 nnd the habit gets to be chronic one cap readily see the divisions finish Wednesday night the Ladles Aux qUl1rtersinarrangements for the forthcoming euchre An the last regular meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary of New Britain Conn thirty new members were initiated and twent five applications received Every division should be well rep resented at the joint initiation which will take place two weeks from to morrow The degree work will be- n surprise Division 1 will meet Tuesday night and an interesting report will be arnnglngforPark on July 5 Con J Ford President of Division 2 wants a crowd at the meeting of Division 2 next Friday night and wants the members to bring as many applications as possible The four divisions of the order at Manchester N H will give an out ing and field day at Varlcks Park on July 5 One of the big attractions CountyBoardDaughters of Erin Division 2 as SuperiorWiscelebration nt the Sacred Heart audi torium tonight Veterans of the civil and SpanishAmerican wars will be present at the exercises National President Matthew Cum mings nnd Rev Father Philip ODon nell the American envoys to the Hibernian factions in Ireland are expected to reach Boston next Thursday and Boston Hibernians are planning a royal welcome home One of the greatest athletic events ever held in Boston or New England will be under the auspices of the Suffolk Count Board on Labor day An committee of sixtyonedivisionsments County President Patrick Welsh has announced that the four local divisions will hold a joint initiation at Bertrand Hallnt 2 oclock on the afternoon of Sunday June 13 The degrees will be exemplified by a well trained degree team from Division 4 MEET ALL PROFESSIONALS The Portland Stars baseball club who have an unbroken record of victories for this season will meet the All Professionals of Cincinnati tomorrow afternoon at the Portland park The local boys are making quite rt reputation for themselves lin this section having defeated the best teams from Indianapolis Evansville and the Bluegrass League which is quite an advertisement for Louis playersBabecertainly is in a class by himself as an able and efficient official ST LEOS LAWN FETE A grand lawn fete and outing for the benefit of St Leos church will be given on the church grounds at Highland Park on the afternoon and evening of Thursday July 29 Many charitably disposed people have made handsome donations to the Rev Father Fitzgerald nnd the articles thus presented will be disposed of through a combination book Re freshments will be served on the gratifies I REMOVED TO NEW YORK Mr nnd Mrs Harry Wilkes and family have removed to New York to locate permanently Mr Wilkes has been engaged as general manager of a large woolen manufacturing company During his many years in Louisville Mr Wilkes was prominent in Catholic circles and an active member of the Knights of Columbus MENDING VERY SLOWLY The many friends of Tom Hart who was recently injured in an auto mobile accident regret to learn that he is not recovering as rapidly as was expected He suffered a triple fracture of the left leg below the Knee It did not knit properly anti the surgeons found it necessary to rebreak and reset ft LAWN FESTIVAL Holy Trinity congregation will give a lawn festival on the church grounds Kentucky and Dupuy streets next Monday and Tuesday afternoon nnd evening Supper will be served each evening The people are very anxious to help their pastor the Rev Father P A Berres helm in his good worlt ENGLISH LITERATURE The Rev Dr John Talbot Smith lIaR completed n months series of lectures at Notre Dame University In fact there were two series one to the college students and one to the preparatory class Father Smith Gripped the students by his fascinat inp find pScturesoue presentation anti T y his wonderful fluency of diction I PAPA IS HAPPY Von can riot touch him Who is- he7 diiettL HiKinn of 1M9 West CliMtttut street l oakVe ner for Vonui A Conmany A anew b9v baa srrived at hiia borne and Robert baitI not touched earth sine j iJ o I M K M GO I BIG- FACTORY SALE Off Mens and Boys Clothing Commences Today at 9 O lock Get in on the ground II floor Low prices on highclass goods is the order of the day Get II IInext MS Moses Go1 Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Klntella Gen Supt j lLOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 428 FOURTH AVENUE AVENUE THEATRE BUILDING We love good teeth but oh those bad ones can be fixed at small cost at the Louisville Dental Parlors HOMB PHONB 6O5O THOS J WELSH D D S Mgr PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersanvllle Ind OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Oood Dental Work Dose For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please YOU We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR H J COUCHMAN Dentistst OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 SIXTH STREET KNIGHTS OP COIMBIIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Denver Council has a first class baseball club New York State Council will hold its next annual meeting nt NiUgara Falls Members of Milwaukee Council received holy communion in a body last Sunday morning The council at Appleton Wis has Indorsed the plan to raise an en dowment fund of 300000 for the Catholic University Cincinnati Council will initiate a large class on June C and District Deputy Crowley of Cincinnati will put on the third degrqe Pere Marquette Cbuncll repeated Its minstrel performance with great success Tuesday night and gave the profits to tho Cathedral Womans InstituteThe Louis Choral Club will give a concert at Kansas City next October for the benefit of the Chris tian Brothers new college now UBO der construction MEMBERS TO JOLLIFY Mackin Council will give a smoker to Its members at the club house on the evening of Tuesday June 15 In celebration of the liquidation of tho councils indebtedness It promises to be one of Macklns greatest social eventst DRAanNO A COUNTRY The total emigration from Ireland from May 1 1SB1 to December 31 19f18 was 4ml 0 This almost equalsl the present jH pulUon of that country namely 487t43 O b 7- b IRELAND Record of the Most Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The late Daniel McGlll of Larne County Antrim left an estate valued at 5000 Fermoy Urban Council has npr pointed Jeremiah Mahoney rate collectorSylvester Ryan tnlrt two years old was killed by a train near New Ross County Wexford Recently twenty young men and women left Klllesnandra and Miltown districts County Cavan for America John Leader well known in the commercial circle of Queenstown died recently and his death is generally mourned Dy a majority of nine to two the Portadown Town Council has for bidden the use of the Town Hall for boxing contests Ernest Hardy a farmer of the Rahecn neighborhood County Gal- way was killed by the accidental discharge of his gun P J Doherty of Drumcondra road has been elected to fill a vacancy in the office of the Secretary of the Dublin County Council At Greenwich N Y State Presi dent Stephen lirown was an inter ested spectator at the initiation of a large class last week Thomas McCann was killed near New Ross by the overturning of the vehicle which he was driving A wife and five children survive him Five men the last batch of prisoners committed for cattle driving TipperaryhneA farm of 132 acres owned by Miss CountyCorl340 has been sold at auction for 9500Owing to his impending removal to Cappamore the Rev Father John C halrmanshipofculture and Technical Instruction The Right Rev Dr Tohill Bishop of Down and Connor dedicated the CountyAntrimIreland named in honor of Our Lady ofLourdesLimerick District Council has adopted a resolution in favor of building a bridge over the Shannon at Castleconnell Its estimated cost byLimerickMiss Hannah Keane daughter of CountyWl1terfordthe Order of Mercy at Waterford Her name in religion will be Sister Mary Joseph Xavier The Rev Father O NeilI a native of Limerick city and who was for several years on the mission in New Redemptorlstscommunity at Dundalk Judge Overend has promised to theHolyBiblesessions County Derry hereafter Catholic witnesses declined to take an oath on the Protestant Bible Murphyhas Moynetoand the Rev Father John J Nolan of Cappamore will succeed Father Murphy in the Tipperary curacy NOTRE DAME EXERCISES The annual commencement exer cises of Notre Dame University are close at hand and it is expected that the attendance this year will be larger than ever The class of 1900 will make its parting bow on the evening of June 10 when the Iron Thomas H Carter United States Senator frqm Montana will deliver the principal address The bac calaureate sermon will be preached on the previous Sunday by the Rev Father Thomas C OReilly DD of Cleveland Ohio- FATHER PUNCH TIPPED There Is a well defined rumor In the CoVington diocese that the Rev Father William Punch of Richmond will have charge of the new parish in Lexington Father Punch has labored in the mountains and in the Bluegrass he understands Ken tuckians and they understand him If he should be appointed to the new pastorate there is little doubt that he will prove the right man in the right place ESCAPED SEIUOUS INJURY Mr and Mrs Charles Reedy of Newport Ky had a narrow escape from death or serious injury in a runaway accident in that city last Saturday The horse Mr Reedy was driving took fright at a wheelbarrow and dashed furiously down the street The wheels were torn from the buggy and Mr and Mrs Reedy were thrown out Both escaped with minor bruises EUCIIHE AND DANCE The Ladies Auxiliary A 0 II will give a euchre and dance at Falls City Hall Market street near Twelfth on Wednesday evening June 16 The euchre game wilt be called at 8 oclock Tickets are being sold at twent five cents The committee in charge of the arrangements is made up of Misses Kate Nolan Belle OConnell and Anna Belle Rlhn 00 MOTION PICTURES Although the summer season is close upon us there has been no falling off in the attendance at any of tho motion picture shows under the management of the Princess Amusement Company Tho Casino the Princess and Columbia continue TQWfilmsweek LAST SURVIVOR ontIleIpDellmorcMAMMOTH CAVE Mammoth Cave one of thevorldTT natural qtuekyAsubterranean avenues r f FRANK FEHR o BREWING Co I Brewers and Bottlers L LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANriBREWING COMPANY INCORPORATEDLlsUIt9VILL1C JCY Cumb Phone West 191 19iarHE 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 ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE WEST 89 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- 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favorite selection is 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 m86i30 FOURTH AVENUE BARGAIN DAY Is every day at Mulloys His great lines of Coffee and Tea are the recognized standard of excellence and his prices are lower than elsewhere Try an order of Ms SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 5Cexcellent MtJJLLOyCCOFFEEROASTER Home Phone lj J OlO W 1 IVIAieiCIST S aaCQ REBTgl DR CHAWKIVeterinaryT Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 DR CHARLES MOIR CANDIDATE FOR CORONERSubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1909 November Elicllon 1909 Squire John M Adaiiis CANDIDATE FOR CountyC Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Caadldate For Bailiff Police Court Subject 4o the Action of like Democratic Party 1909 November Election 1909- U I DR CG SCHOTT CANDIDATE FORI r u t CORONERJEFFERON i iitt the Action fthJtbocratie Party 1 rCI t SIIflVERINGI I Britishers Quaking In Thcl Shoes With Every Slight Rumor London All Agog Over Discus sloii in Their Leading Papers Declare United State Wants England to Command Seas PHLEGMATISM FADED AM It has been the custom of Ameri can nnd other writers for years to say that Englishmen were cool am hard headed In fact they were ac cURed of being too phlegmatic Xoth Ing would start them out of a rut These stories had been told so otter in the lost seventyfive or 100 years that the English people began to be leave them Within the past month there has been a British awakening or rather a series of awakenings The end is not yet If the Tohnrn Hulls do not stop shivering theywit shane the leaves off the lordliest oaks in their island Premier Asquith started It all when he startled Parliament with the German naval bugaboo Pulpl and forum stage and press took up the matter anti demanded more Dreadnaughts Then came Lloyd George and his budget The British ers wanted Dreadnaughts but the objected to footing the bills Nexl some one in Wales saw or thought he saw an airship It was n German airship anti only hovered over Eng land nt night After It was seen ir Wales others claimed to have seen It nnd the Gemran war scare was once more of paramount interest Nn satisfied with filling the channel and the nil with fighting machines questions were asked in the House ol Commons last week with reference to the Germans residing in England A gigantic armory was Invented con taming rifles ready for use in cafe of war with Germany The greatest scare of all came when the London Times explained on the authority of the Springfield Republican that In the event if war between Great Britain and Germany the United States could only remain sternly neutral and furthermore the United States would regard only with suspicion the assumption of a certain section of the English press that they could be reckoned even as mor oIly an ally of Great Britain The story in the London Times set the London Spectator afire and on Saturday its editor threw a fit He says that those who control the American foreign policy will have no anxieties as long as the command of the sea remains in British bands Then he adds Xo doubt there is a certain party in the United States which desires its own country should In the future possess the command of the sea If however it can not induce the people of America to make the necessary sacrifice and create the immense fleet required for that purpose it would much rather that control should remain In our hands The editor of the Spectator concludes To put the matter with perfect candor they have a hold upon us which they have not upon Ger many Germany If she once obtained command of the sea would be quite out of reach of any American pressure German supremacy over Great Britain nt sea of a permanent kind would at once make It necessary for America to secure herself and the nollev to which she Is devoted by outbuilding and outorfianizlng Germany In the matter of sea power but that miirht prove n task of the rentest difficulty for It Is hardly likely tha Germany having won command of tIll sea Would quietly allow the United States to wrest It from her Tt Is not for us to suetrest what will1 b ultimate effect of the or practical those considerations but wo do say without fear of contradiction that they exist and that thev must affect the attitude taken nn bv the United States toward any struggle for sea power between us null Germany IRISH MINSTRELSY New Yorkers Heard Real Hibernian Melodies This Week New York City was given a taste of genuine Irish minstrelsy at the Palm iarden last Tuesday night The IrishAmericans have not had as much practice in choral singing as their German brethren yet they ren dered Irish melodies as if they had newer done anything else and New forks sons of the Oael are planning for a great Irish song festival after the manner of the German Saenger Bund William Ludwig the celebrated rlsh baritone arranged the pro jrnmme and was the principal soloist On the whole It was the best presentation of Irish music the peo pIe of New York have ever had an Opportunity to hear One of the main features a new Irish national mthem with words by Dr John ferome Ilooney and music by Victor Terbert was sung for the first time- r William Ludwig assisted by a ihorus from the paella singing socle ties Victor Herbert conducted RIVERVIEW PARK Blvervlew Park prettier than ever threw open Its gates to the public ast Sunday For a month or more the painters have been at work on the buildings fresh tanbark has been strewn Jn the walks flowers have been setout and everything possible IBS been done to make the park resemble fairyland More Incandescent eats have been Installed and when 811tlle globes are lighted night 181 trued into day Something more 1 iNtn 7000 people vlglfed Illvervlew Pqtk lath 8lndt and enjoyed the iIU19Pim tL ChleLof these ere Den PhilI jJ and lIl letg4- hleh I11 made euc IilltltIeetiot- it i c t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DNISON 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan TreasurerCharles J Finegan iSergeantatArmsAndrew Curran Sentinel Louis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone I aneJ1TreasurerJoseph SergeantatArmsJohn T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Mouth Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrIck T Suljlvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ 0 llession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street lIennessyVice Financial SecretaryWm P Me Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady SentinelMichael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE leets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentRobert Gleascn Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y JUT Ie MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos DCllnes Second Vice President Samuel L tobertsonRecording SecretaryThomas F lachihan SecretaryWilliamFBurkeFinancial Secretary Frank G ldamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An Iriott rfft111f hIHas No Equal as a Nerve Tonic 3 Afton la March 14th 1908 Iwas taken down with rheumatism about 7 years ac tt made me helpleta and a cripple I roe bnttle of Pastor Koenlgs Nary Tonic I will cheerfully end honestly say It has no equal as a Tonic and leares no bad reaction on the system and I would recommend it to all Ladysmlth VTis February 20th 190S My daughter Nellie became very nervous and the doctors said she had Neuritis bat their medicine did not help her so Mrs Kennedy of Unity WIs celled my attention to Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic which had cared her little grand danehter of St Vitus dane Iprocured 1 bottle which my daughter used according to directions tad was all OTer her nerrousness before the whole bottle was used Tnouxa HATRS FREE 12lilQs TofJe phlealpeopleM A Valuablo Book on Nor andasamplebottle tlenta also get the medicine free SorttKOEN1Q MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street fold by Druggists at 51 per Bottle 6 for tat Largo 51z175 l O Bottles for If Don Philippini arranges I Ills pro grammes to combine popular and classical music and his selections never fail to please The new dining room and dancing hall overlooking tne river are nil that could be de sired The band will given open air concerts every afternoon and evening next week JOIN T FEATHERSTONE HOME John T Featherstohe Superin tendent of Construction for the Cum berland Telephone and Telegraph Company with headquarters at New Orleans is spending the week with his children and other relatives in the Highlands This is Mr Feather stones first trip home in more than a year Mr Featherstone says that all kinds of business is looking up In the South and particularly the telephone business Ills company has more than 17000 subscribers in New Orleans He declares that the Knights of Columbus are wonderfully strong in the South and tho order is constantly growing IMPROVES STXnVIA Charles Gerth the genial assistant foreman of the Anzelgers composing room is slowly recovering from Injuries received last Sunday evening Devotion to duty resulted in his injury Mr Gerth was en route home when he ran across an item He hurried back to the office and reported it A second time he started home and while passing the Capterton building nt Fourth and Green streets a flower pot JTelLfrom the third story and alighted in his head le became necessary to take four stitches in his scalp His escape from death was almost miraculous FONTAINE FERRY PARK Fontaine Ferry Park is now look- Ing Its prettllitanl1hoas been the Mecca for many residents of Louis rule during the past week The free gate and the ale concerts help to draw the crowds and at the same th i other attractions arerpmhingd their share of patronage The qpe1l air ooneartft wilt be cop tinned ternoon and evening lta xt U y MILITARY Masses Arc Attracting Oren Attention In Eastern States Grand Open Air Celebration In Maryland Is Near at Hand Thousands Attended the Mont oral Celebration in Navy Yard MUSIC WAS OF HIGH ORDER Military masts will be attended bJ the garrifion at Fort IIoward anrl possibly of Port Mcllonry on Sunday June 0 The arrangements have been made by the llev Father John sYo Gaynor pastor of St Lukes churc at Sparrows Point Md Mass will be celebrated in the open air and Cardinal Gibbons will occupy a thron In the al fresco sanctuary and will also preach the sermon It is said to be the first time such a servlc will be given for the benefit of United States troops south of the Brooklyn Navy Yard where ever year the sailors and marines attached tq the yard and the arttller and Infantry troops from Governor Island and the artillery district of New York attend the service At the military mass at Sparrow Point will be large delegations from the Ancient Order of Hibernians nml Knights of Columbus while the Hibernian Rifles under command of Capt John J Carroll will net as the special escort of Cardinal Gibbons Col W C Unfferty commanding the artillery district of Baltimore In which Fort Howard and Fort 5lc Henry are situated has cooperate with Father Gaynor by extending tin pastors invitation to the men of tin district and it is probable that the post band from Fort Howard wilt attend the mass and assist in the musicThe mass will begin at 103i oclock In the afternoon Cardinal Gibbons will confirm a large class and in the evening solemn vespers will be sung and the Rev Dr Will lam Temple of Wilmington Del will preach on The Churchs Atti tude Toward iLabor and Capital Last Sunday the annual military field mass in honor of the memorj of the dead of the army navy and marine corps was celebrated in the New York Navy Yard The parade grounds in front of the Marine bar racks was the scene of the mass The TIer Father Eugene E McDonald Chaplain of tie United States navy celebrated the mass The Rev Father John P Chidwick former Chaplain of the battleship Maine was deacon nod the Tier Father Gleason of the battleship Connecticut was subdeacon of the mass The sermon was preached by the Rev Fathei John L Bedford A choir of seventy voices led by Prof Albert S Caswell assisted by six pieces from the Sixty ninth Regiment band and sixtyfive pieces from the Xew York police band furnished the music of the massAmong the organizations that par ticipated were the various army and nay patriotic societies and sailors from the battleships Connecticut Rhode Island Nebraska Alabama and Ohio The guard of honor way made up of marines from the navy yard detachment Among the civic organizations that took part were twentyone divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians 4000 Knights of Columbus 1500 members of the Catholic Benevolent Society the Daughters of Isabella and the Cnth olic Womens Benevolent Association JUVENILE STORIES Catholic Library to Amuse And Instruct the Children The Kentucky Irish American Is In receipt of two sample volumes of the new illustrated Catholic Library The atholic Library is published by the C Wilderman Company of New York and apparently great efforts tare been made to give the Catholic inblic cheap books for their children iomething ol educational value and atthc same time at attractive appearance In nil there are xlfty small volumes of juvenile stones and among the uthors are such cnleni ties as the lev Father Francis VJnn S J Taurice Francis Egan Walter Lecky Mrs James Sadlier L W Reilly vary Catherine Crowley anti others The prices arc extremely low one olume five cents thirty volumes 135 sixty volumes 250 all postpaid Every volume Is nicely illus ratedCARRIERS ELECT DELEGATES Falls City Branch No 14 of the National Association of Letter Carriers met In regular session last Saturday night and elected the following negates to the national convention tot be held at St Paul Minn from August 30 to September 6 The delegates chosen were John S Emmons Charles W Huber Daniel W Cunlff oseph Ascherman Carl A Settel ayer Louis V Borntraeger and dward B Robuck Mr Emmons Is- also n member of the Committee on Constitution and Law and the Audit- Ing Committee Louisville will be a bly represented the convention COLONELS COMING IIO5IE The Louisville baseball club will r turn home next week after Its first long trip of the season and on Wednesday will cross bats with the inneapolin team Before the v leave agaIn the Colonels will also meet the teamltfrom Kansas City St Paul id Milwaukee On the present trip la colonels did not M as well as petted Jbut have managed to halt- oomlpinelI A much better jiliow Inll js promised as the ieai Qn ad pees t n B ttx i Keep Your Money at Home TAKE A POLICY IN THE SOUTHERN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO LINCOLN BUILDINGE- D L WILLIAMS President Everything Guaranteed Nothing Estimated for Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best I JAMES GREENE425 427and 429 East Market Street SPECIAL High Grade Wheel in assorted lent coaster brake and first hubs easy riding Wheeler als forward extension tails regularly at 35 our price ifi BE SURE L TO BICYCLEGr I IITIS H McKenna = 215 WEST MARKET STREET SEW TUE 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