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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXlL NO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 5 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS FSTMa Week For People of St Charles Borroinco Parish Is Over Thousands Congratulated the a Rev Father Itaffo on Jubilee Children Clergy and Parents Showed Respect For Pastor NICE PURSE FROM IllS PEOPLE Rev Father Charles P Raffo pastor of St Charles llorromeos celebrated his silver CdoespiousCatholicquarterofpriest of God Twentyfive years at the altar Catholics know what it means but Father Raffo has hosts palewhothis silver morethanbetween prosontfigurestatistlcs hasIatherthlse1wentfheaskiFlgureevery day two on Sundays and three on Christmas days more than 10500 times has he offered the holy sacri holieswhom he has given holy communion the children he lias prepared for gbermany couples he has Joined In holy matrimony the hundreds he has prepared for death and the sermons he has preached would stagger the sta peoplellaveLas accomplished and to that end joined with him this week in cele jubileeThe day morning when the children oft Charles Oorromeo school showed pastorthe school where the children gaily attired sang carols of joy and ex pressed their pleasure in childish ad marchetomass was celebrated by Father JosephilogartyRev Father Robert J Craney sub deacon Father Hogarty a former classmate of Father Raffo preached a brief sermon The children pre sented the jubllarinn with a beauti ful set of altar cruets The regular anniversary celebra tion took place on Thursday morn ing The church had been tastefully plantsandpf lights The Right Rev Vllinm George McCloskey Bishop of Louisville and one of Father Roffos old est friends occupied a throne in the sanctuary The Right Rev Edward M Obrecht Abbot of Gethsemane and several Trappists were also iin the sanctuary At least seventyfive priests attended the mass In thp throng were secular clergy brow- and black Franciscans Dominlcan- and Fasslonists The reverend jnblllarlan began the celebration of solemn high mass at 10 oqlock The Rev Father P M J Rock rector of the Cathedral wa deacon of the mass with the Rev Father Leo Gret lick O 51 C as subdeacon and the Rev Fathers Thomas W White of St Frances o Rome and Oscar P Ackerman o St Philip Nerls church were ma- ters of ceremonies All of these are old and lose personal friends off Father Raffo Assistants to the Bishop druing the mass were the Very Rev Father James P Cronini V G of St Patricks i Rev Father Louis Ohle of St Martins The sermon a masterpiece of oratory was preached by another friend and former seminarycorn panion of Father Raffo the Be Father Thomas A Hayes of Bowling Green An augmented choir under the direction of Miss Maggie Gorman rendered the music of the mass III- Ia in superb manner After the mass Father Raffo iceived the congratulations of his pa ishioners Thomas Feely in behalf of the congregation presented the jubillarlan with a well filled purse as- a slight token of esteem The ladles of the congregation provided an elaborate breakfast for Father Raffo and the clergy Several toasts were offered and responded to while the least was in progress Dominic Gerardis orchestra which assisted in rendering the music of the masi also furnished delightful music while the reverend clergy were dla cussing thl menu HARD ON JOHN D T P OConnor M P in his review of John D Rockefellers Random Reminlsences of Men rind Eve tcalls the book The Apologia of Mr Rockefeller His scathing words ar attracting attention on both sides of the Atlantic This Is n sample of what lie has to say Imagine the Marquis pf Clnprlcarde Bitting down to prove to an expectant world that he has always been one off the best p of Irish landlords that his struggle With his tenantry have all been mis tinderstood and were inspired solo1q llmaQic ln- eu11iml setting forth this astounding story with a perfect absenceLofany ytjiMi of aelfr 1v0Ii1wlth Jh e t qfcu irMiuil Mlf urance of A good man doW good to pveryVody v n r ithout resentment as well as with puretmospherelived in a desert remote from all human emotions such as hatred felt or received Imagine such a book nnd you have some idea 0f John D Rockefeller I have read many books which were a surprise to me and in vivid contrast to what I had expected them to be but this book of Mr Rockefellers is the greatest surprise of my readinglife NEW QUARTERS Are Quite Satisfactory to Ladles Auxiliary of- AOH The Ladles Auxiliary A 0 II met In its new quarters in Falls City Hall Wednesday night for the first time Miss Rose Sweeney pre sided and the attendance was quite large All were delighted with the new hall and did not hesitate to ex press their appreciation of the change A number of Hibernians were present at the meeting as vis itors among them William T Mee han President of the Cecllian Choral lub who invited the ladies to nt the forthcoming performance of El1 Capltan and asked their hearty cooperation in support of worthy charity D J Coleman and John Hession were present In behalf of Division 3 and announced a days outing for the near future and in vited the ladies to join with them in the undertaking Miss Sweeney Announced that the auxiliary had arranged to give n euchre and dance in their new hall on the evening of Wednesday June 10 and in behalf of the auxiliary extended an lnvitation to all Hibernians to be present on that occasion One new member was initiated and one application received Two members were reported off the list of ill tearing only Miss Bridgie Hnnrahan and Maggie Lynch numbered among the stele At the close of the busi ness session the members were re aled with vocal and instrumental by various members STRICKLY BUSINESS Was the Session of Mackin Council On Tuesday Night splendidbusinessattendance was large and President Louis J Kieffer presided Peter Hell nnd George Uartsch who had been ill were reported fully recovered agnlnrctnindedthat and social session on the night of Tuesday June 15 in celebration of the final liquidation of Mackins indebtednessOn evening the new mem bership committee will disclose Its scheme for attracting candidates Care will be taken to secure only those young men who will remain faithful to the organization after they have entered Quite a lot of other routine business was disposed of during the evening The members of Mncklns Chorall 1nappreciation1n performances of Back to Town It is yet to be determined whether this happy celebration will be In the nature of a banquet trolley ride or dance IEARTsOf Jesus to be Honored PresentsMonth thefSacred Heart of Jesus in a special manner A plenary indulgence may be gained applicable to the souls in purgatory on the last Sunday in June by receiving absolution and holy communion The month will be rev ligiously observed by the faithful in this diocese The special devotion to the Heart of Jesus which is now so popular in the church owes Its origin to a thBlessedvMasgaret Mary Alacoque who lived in the latter part of the seventeenth century Her biographers relate that our Lord appeared to her and declared that this worship was most thee Columrbiers preached the devotion at the court of St James and zealously propagated it elsewhere In 1765 Pope Clement XIII permitted several churches to celebrat- the feast of the Snared Heart bu not until 185G was it extended to the whole church TO SAVE CATHEDRAL Advices from Madrid Spain sn 0 that the Government has deemed t save the famous Cathedral of Toledo from ruin It is one of the oldest anal finest pieces of architectureiiin Spain It las been its celebrated paintings and adornments to decorate the galleries of Spanish dse cree has just been issued transform thea Cathedral Into a national monument nnd provision will be made in each years budget for its gradual restoration I UNITED IRISH LEAGUE The annual conference of the United Irish League was held at Man chester England last week and Honi T P OConnor was reelected Freel dent far the twentysixth year Hon Joseph Devlin was reelected Vloe President A resolution approving thet excision of Maurifi1 Ualt VM adopteda o p t Ij Y SHATTERED Ono by One Idols of Evening Post Are Being Broken Rapidly Republican Machine Is Making Assessments For Coming Campaign Cincinnati Firm Takes Big Con tract From Local Firms and Workmen WAS AFRAID OF AN AIR GUN EveningPoststered by his own conduct and the public is asking Who will be the next Whenever the picture of u city official is printed Jn the Post nnd the individual held up as a model of probity loot out The Post has catlon escapade of the City Auditor There rcfuteNeitherthat their other pet Robert Foster has a prison record The Republican machine seems campaignfundpolicemen have had the temerity to kick against being assessed arbitrarily dint they must either submit or hunt other jobs It has been brought to light that one county official levied an assessment of 15 per cent of their salaries on his deputies to help pay the expense of the Republican primary Now It Is being bruited about that from now until November the deputies in sev oral offices will be assessed 20 per cent each month to build up a cam paign fund Ono firemen who gets 505 a month has been touched for 15 us a starter A young lady em played in the office ofa county of flclal found 14 deducted from her April salary When she asked why this was so she was told it was n campaign assessment At the Republican convention rev cently held at Masonic Theater it wns announced that the present city ndminJstrntlon Jind suppressed gambling in Louisville That an nouncement was hardly made before a member of the detective force yis tellha well known saloon proptlQtpr nml advised him to open a little game upstairs If you ore interfered with by the police call me up I have a telephone In my room and will see that you get ample protection All I want is half the take out said the detective The game Las not been opened but the saloonkeeper Is afraid to report the matter lest his 1legitimate business be Interefered withSome of the new police are wonders of intelligence and personal bravery In a southern section of the city the father of an alleged incor rigible twehe year old boy sum moned the police He wanted the wayward youngster presented in the Juvenile Court for correction The policeman sent was a strapping big fellow brother of a county officer On arriving at the scene of trouble the father pointed out the boy Tho policeman started toward him and the boy armed with a broken toy nir gun took his stand behind n tele graph pole and dared the officer to come near him The policeman did not take the dare end the boy iis still at large The General Council appropriated 10000 to illuminate the city in honor of the Shrlners visit There hatwasLouisville ought to appear to her- beRt advantage when such a large host of strangers make pilgrimages within her gates but who gets the 10000 A Louisville firm or Louis vine workmen Nay t Xa1 The wor was given to Cincinnati firms whi sent their own employes to Louisvillei to put up the work How is that for patronizing home industries and playing the friend off labor VENERABLE LADY DEAD Mrs Margaret Mary Carroll tie venerable mother of Sister Margaret Mary of the Order of Mercy died early Monday morning at the convent of the Sisters of Mercy on East Broadway Mrs Carroll was ninety years old and a native ot Irelandl but had spent the greater part of herlivede In Louisville She died as a devout Christian and passed away religionts community in which she had spent her last days All day Monday and Tuesday old friends ot the deceased MargahreeMary t t last respects to the mortal remains 0of the dead woman The funeral took place from St Mary Magdalens church on Wednesday morning and the edifice was crowded with mourn- Ing friends SODAL1STS PILGRIMAGE Youn lady sodalists from Lebanon New Hope and Chiacgo Ky gathered at New Haven last week and were the guests of the Young Ladles Sodality pf that pretty little town The hostesses met their guests at the railway station and o11 marched to St Catherines church several blocks away where solemn high mass was offered with the Rey Father WP Hogarty as celebrant Father Thomas Jenkins of New H6pe as deacon Father Pike of Chicago as sub deacon snit Father James A Ilogarty pf Lebanon master of ceremonies The choly of St AujrUBtipe church bt Lebanon n joined with the New 3taren choir ll- n l- t In n t t furnishing the mufcic In the after noon the young ladiep held a business interestingpapersI FOURTH DEgREE Exemplified Oh Class of Knights Ofdolumbus Monday mplifiedforKnights of Coluu us home on Fourth avenue last Monday after oftheourthablyaaslsted1DonovanCallahanTayhnrJand John Coleman A class of 175 was put through an I the candidates represented councils at Louisville XewportPaducah IndianapolisSomerset At night there wa i a banquet at the Gait House Judge Matt ODoherty presided as toastmaster and the Rev Father C P Rano Inv yoked the blessing he introductory address was deliver I by Robert A Watson of Louisvlll J M Ryan of Louisville resp nded to the Fourth Degree Jo n C Talbott of Dardstown had r r his subject Mary Our Patroness Coming Events Cast their Shadow Before was the theme for Dr J W Fowler W W Spalding of Lebanon gave n idea of things that Trould come A we grow older jj DRAMATIC CLUBI T a Organized by C K of A Central Committee Has rlrst Rehearsal tbeA dramatic club conducted under the auspices Jof the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America was formally organized nt St Marys Hall On Frlday night of last week Much tqjlhe gratification of the General Com lttee fourteen young ladles and gentlemen with his trionic talent presented themselves for enrollment ande along the ros ter will contain several additional namesIIIdent dramatic was likewise of club the Ben Bcckmann Las cjlected Secretary and Charles J liessgkTreasurer Den andThulgeManager Hbeand Dramatic Club Regular meetings will be held on the first and third Friday MaryHall e club met again last night and had Its first rehearsal It will tresent the first public performance som time In September Interesting talks SreakerDesseAt the close of the buolness ses sion and rehearsal refreshments wer served and nn hour was spent 1 social chats ABLE ADDRESSES Delivered at Latest Meet- Ing of Division 1t AO H Vice President ftlark Ryan over the meeting of Division l A O H Tuesday night owing to the unavoidable absence of President Thomas Keenan Thomas Shelley was reported off the sick list and Charles J Finegan was reported 1m proving Attorney Thomas Walsh read n chapter of Irish history I impressive style and dwelt upon cer chapteroCounty J Welsh was among the visitors and whet called upon for an address mad some very interesting remarks con corning the establishment of thll division at Lexington and other pros pects rind future work for the order He urged all to attend the joint initiation on June 13 and td take an active interest in the celebration h- bo held at Phoenix Hill Park July 5 County Vice President Josepl Lynch and Martin Cusick made brief talks along lines similar to those oo the County President Others vvh spoke of old times In Division 1 veer Ttaothy Sullivan and David OCon nell SACRED HEART ACADEMY I The annual commencement axe chaos of the Academy of the Satre heart Crescent Hill will take place at the academy at 9 oclock Wednes day morning June 1C Friends of the Sisters anti pupils are cordially iin vited The graduates this year will be Misses Bornetta C Bennett Mar grrat C Mart Ida C Zehnder Grace M Mershon and Edith C Gels The triennial reunion of the alumnae association will be held TuesdaynWednesday of next vv t tractive programmes made up of le tues recitations and vocal and i strum htal music will be rendered The academy Harmonic Club will furnish sweet music during the bon quet next Wednesday evening GlacTim Kentucky Irish American is 1In receipt of an invitation to attend the eightyeighth annual commencement exercUes of St Marys Cqllege which will be hejd in the college hall iIn Marlon county at 9 oclock Tuesday morning June 16 A special train will carry vieltorafrom Louisville aid Intemedlate polite Ii 0n J SARCASTIC Speech ot lion Tim Heoly Evoked Laughter In Houseof- Cotmttons William Itcdmonds Disability Bill Gets Second tending Able Editor Shows Anomalous Position of the Tory Forces ORANGE LODGES dOft THE dLEDT The bill DritlshIarllaUlentRed mend haspassedtheHousenslightlimothHealJarnamentaralthoughharmonywithllenlymuckarguments billMrIunderstnndbutflnfHome Sacrafiery forninnywaRnGovernmentinMatthewsHarrcondUcted thecountrymesaidllrHerewasCntluollcallthatof alarmexisted And there were also these sub versive bofoundbooleswhichmlRtrnnslatlon whatnbotttIllIoenwholand of Eng ItsnfeJustlceithTesniticalclaims likenhenrtWhy withoutThen what present11mund a Tory whip acting according to iwhoso nitknavevtfi tuLju Kirome or Westminster Had Sir Kennaway no fear when hewent Into the division lobby for his forUomeTorysKing safewith all these Catholics about him whotputitsafeThefrequently dress ToteonlJIrishehadnrruemuesoftheirrepresentingKnglishconstituenciesAnent theablewritesThere nnomallellInpossiblytheexistenceinand ogalnstCatholics aredwith save when a tocragpriestsdlslreatmosphere by teachers of their own hlawmany religious orders arc outlaws They Dequestsmad aretimprisonment or banish nnrepenledecourse nobody dreams of enforcing the latter except nn occasional raving Orangeman in the dog flays But the disabilities of the andiat times entail a real injustice which is foreign to the spirit of freedom and equality of which our British neighbors boast A Catholic may not sit upon the throne and it is neces hiog a Catholtec subjects from Grace the Duke of Norfolk down are idolatrous and superstitious A Catholic can not be Chancellor of England nor Lord Lieutenant of Ireland hearatis a scorned and insulted branded as nn idolater and debarred from high offices in the State which are open to Infidels anti have been held by men of notoriously reprobate 1ves Ant when it Is proposed to rectify this onamoly anti remove the relic of penal days from tho statute books of Britain every Orange lodge rises iin holy horror anti petitions Aarllament not to destroy the last vestige of their old privileges and hand them Iiine tender of Rome Par tomcat supposed to be composed omen t of eenlightenment and educationi responds it mijst be confessed right nobly to the call- OATHOLIQ FORESTERS The Western nevlewa monthly journal devoted to fraternal Insurance says the largest Roman Catholic fraternal order in point of membership in Chicago is the Catholic Foresters of America This com prises a raemlierahln of 30000 jn Chit caito Its essential feature fis Ir ternal insurance and it hat a strong 6 membership throughout the northern part of the United States and fin frajternalthe few InIsuranceito a considerable number of such or ders to the plans found successful by oldline insurance companies and has been placed upon a secure insuranc basis EL CAPITAN Will Be Repeated by Re quest ror Worthy Cause In response to numerous requests the Cecilian Choral Club has decided to repeat the opera ElI Capitan attractedlargerrepetition willbe for one perform Theater on the maybeI produced by the Cecilian Choral Club was without exception the best and most artistic rendition of an opera ever presented by local talent in this city and superior in many re to professional componies The mussel is brilliant anti catchy anti the dialogue clown wholesome nnd refined I especlallthethere exists in this city nil or anlzll tion like the Cecilian Choral Club It is composed of Catholic young men mid women many of whom are mem hers of church choirs and who give their time anti labor to produce the best of high class opera in order to cultivate the public taste for better things in music I It is hoped that those who have not seen El Capitan will attend ThtjsameI chorus will be seen again in this sparkling otyera composed by the popular American bandmaster John Philip Sousa I OITltiE SEEKS MAN I Mark Ryan Gives Way and Is Candidate For Senator Marl J Ryan one of the best known anti hardest working young Democrats in the city has announced his candidacy for the nomination for State Senator from the Thirtyeighth district which is composed of the Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh and Twelfth wards subject to the action iynniseducated here At nn early age he learned the trade of bricklayer but his ambition was higher Hit oppor tunity came twelve years ago Ho was appointed to n deputyshlp in the Circuit Clerks office Capable energetic and obliging he made friends rapidly and heM his office a dozen years He has always been tefriend of labor was an officer In the Bricklayers Union and still holds honorary membership in that organi zation During his service as Deputy Circuit Clerk Mr Ryan took up the study of law and is a graduate of the Jefferson Law School He did not seek the Senatorial nomination until many leading merchants manufacturers and professional men called upon him anti requested him to enter the contest After giving the subject due consideration Mr Ryan has decided to make the race IIARVEST RIPE Catholic Missionaries See Golden Opportunity At Hand I A congress of Catholic missionJJ airier lIs to be held In Washington I D C this month although the exac date has not been announced It 1 expected that 500 delegates will be present for the purpose of discussing missionary work In the United States The leaders in the move I ment see a wonderful opportunity for the Catholic church in this counI try at the present time The con gress is expected to develop methods and plans that wilt help to impress the influence of the Catholic church upon the country Among the leaders who will be present are Father Charles Martin of the Cleveland Apostolate Father Kelly of the Josephlles who has re Gently been at work in Southern Mississippi Father Llkly of the Lazarists and Father Martin Callag han who will come from Montreal to represent the Sulplcians The Dominicans Jesuits Benedictines s anti Passlonists will also be represented CONFIRMED ON PENTECOST The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey administered the sacrament of confirmation to a clues of children at the Cathedral last Sunday afternoon It was Pentecost Sunday the com memoration of the flay on which the Holy Ghost came upon the apostles anti disciples and it was fitting that the little otter of the Cathedral parish should be enrolled as soldiers of Chrjst on that day The children received their first holy communion from Father Rock On Sunday mot m ing NEW BISHOP EN ROUTE Monsignor John Farrelly thane v Bishop of Cleveland will arrive iIn New York on Tuesday and will proceed to CJncnnatl at once to confer Archbishop Moeller He is ex acted to reach Cleveland rida evening and will beescortcil to lu clergymcttn and laymen tl 1 BASE BALLe rCatholic Players Have Loaned Their Influence to the Game Interest Shown by President Taft Emphasizes tli9 Fact t Player Must nndPhysically Win ONE CANDID SPORTING EDITOR i The dally weeknidetl what Pres dent Tuft had to say about baseballas a sport how 1 he w nt bavvtchedame he- gamesI1he great American people realizewhat re81cnt loft said about thegame being clean wholesome andhonest as true but du theAmerican people realize whet tradebaseball clean sportandkeeping It clean hSsporting editor of theDetroit Free Press and n recognizedautlorlty in the hasglrenactthatj lion paperstn this sect i seem slow to take up Catholics fortp a very strongsection of the now army ofoung men diamondauarmprofessional iorhoto v Jacksonl almostorarethat feslonal sport but the two nations representedorelatter Oertmtns Tko baseballplayerssometimes ul1I10stTheIrishbeerraticlikely to be n brilliant llngrtheCeltajiiruneverwhntcountscampaignButorlglnaiproposition theCatholicpaystobostatedthatthewhy Iis Cathollobefore rlfterhiscareer Ithe would go to church when at home he andjuPt Intheth9hometeamAs v onlySundaysa Catholic player misses his de y makingathetrainhoursThemaybe i nothing have a weakness for baseball and many of them as a result of their participation in the game in the YstudiesthoroughlyInlaymenusingthe sensethereInformedpassIng professionalbattthe theladlesusuallyhehis language in deference to the clergy paystributeof the Detroit Ytlhishave mentioned Muggsy iMcGraw GiantsJohnMilwaukee team to say nothing of our own Captain and Manager Heine Peltz who is n regular attendant at St Johns church every Sunday that snythatthe professional ball players ore Catholic communicants To quote Mr Jackson again Leaving religion for n moment it may be sold that a ball player to be a star anti to last must be a man at good morals There is no longer anyplace for the man who indulges In strong liquors and the player who gives way to other excesses ends his own career Baseball differs from other sports in that It does not call for a man to be trained fine for some special day or hour but to get into good physical condition and to lie able to maintain that condition for a long period No map who abuses his body can do this PERTINENT QUESTIONS The Right Rev Peter Muldoon the new Bishop of Rockford In address lug the Jllinbls State Council of the Knights of Columbus indicated n de sire to have the following questions hereafter put to candidates seeking admission to the order Have you a pew In your church Do you contribute to the support of yourp i tor Are you active In works of char Catholiceduaaisa Cath lie paper Do you read sad supplft Catholic literatureJ 4 i r KENTUOKY IRISH AlOZFRI0A1 w KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement 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 5c Entered at the Louisville Postottlce ar SecondClass flitter Address ill Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreei St TRADES LIBEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 5 1909 JUST OVEHLOOKE1 The Catholic Citizen of Rochester N Y says editorially The Citizen Is the only Catholic paper In the country selling for a dollar a year con taining throughout uptodate reading matter from the Catholic viewpoint printed each week from new lino type Surely the editor of the Catholic Citizen must have overlooked the Record and the Kentucky Irish American both uptodate both printed from llnotypg and each selling for a dollar a year New York and the Eastern States do not constitute the entire country HEAVEN IS JUDGE The Catholic Transcript claims that the Catholic church receives 9000 English converts every year Some ono asks how long It will be before the whole nation is won to the faith A pious and thoughtful editor answers splendidly How long before the annual influx will reach 18000 Converts make converts If Catholics new and old are faithful to their vocation nnd exemplary In their lives the number of conversions will increase annually by arith metical progression The problem owever is taken outside the sphere of mathematics It Isa question of heart and conscience and Heaven alone can judge of these things IRISH HOME COMING t How many IrishAmerican res idents of Kentucky are interested in the Irish homecoming project of next year The Kentucky Irish American would like to find out Patrick Kilkenny a lawyer prac y ticing at the Washington bar is i father of the project He believes that if many natives of Ireland and sons of Irishmen and women wouldi visit the old land they would find rich opportunities for commercial enterprise They would not only enjoy tho beautiful scenery and dwell for a while in the land of saints but they would find industries to be developed both in the agri cultural and manufacturing lines The movement is being discussedt favorably in the Eastern and North era States and certainly there ought1 to be some Kentuckians patriotic e enough to take advantage of the oc caslon The steamship lines willI offer reduced rates and the accom modations in Ireland will be ample for the needs of all visitors If you are interested let us hear from you Write the Kentucky Irish American on the subject nnd we maybe aljle to give you further Information IGNORED BIGOT The gardener of the State House grounds at Nashville Tenn happens to be anIrishman In laying out the flower beds this year he had a cross as a central design in one of the beds J D Kisber a resident of Xashville whose religious bigotry overshadows his enlightenment rushed into print because a Catholic cross was displayed on public ground Mr Kisber is hearing from his rash act on all sides One reader of the Nashville American gets back this way It was with a feeling of amusement and pity that I read J D KisbOrs communication In Saturdays Ameri can It Is quite plain ft the minds of all Intelligent people that he knows nothing of the laws of civilization governing this country The cross is not the slogan of the son of the Emerald Isle any more than It Is of almost all other nationalities but is revered and respected by them as well as all other believers in Christ It is such Ignor ance as this if allowed to thrive on American soil as would stunt and retard the intellectual and moral growth of a country but the sentiment is so narrow that of course no attention should be given it and I am quite certain our great and noble Governor can feel only contempt for the same I am certain that the ex pert florist of the Emerald Isle can Make a flower bed as pleasing to 3Ir Ks eye iyj the cross is distasteful and I would suggest that he make a flower bed of the KUber Tclnd FRATERNAL INTERESTS It laa serious mistake to assume- S that the affairs of a fraternal society can be conducted by a close coropratjpn It in on the contrary absolutely necessary that officers of H fraternity take the members into 0their confidence The members II when pointedJ put the neceiwfty off I per formance of the duties incident to I thet occasion If there be ft defeat in the plans or if the compensation of the officers be insufficient or if anything else arises requiring sash action as will make for the best interests of the officers or members the membership of the society can be depended upon when honestly told of the situation and put in posses sion of the facts with reference to it to authorize the action necessary Because of the peculiar nature of fraternity there is no divisibility of interestThe interests of the membership are promoted by the promotion- of the interests of the officers and vice versa and the fraternity that keeps its membership best Informed ns to all the acts and all the needs of the society justly ranks among the most popular and progressive POPE PIUS BIRTHDAY Oils Holiness Pope Pius X was seventyfour years old last Tuesday but in accordance with his wishes there was no public celebration of the day Nevertheless the faithful over the entire world offered upi prayers that he may reign many years nnd live to see the accomplishment of his ideal the restoration of all things to Christ That filter plant that balks at ifiltering has cost millions a new coagulating plant is about to be constructed last week it was an nounced that the Board of Waterworks was contemplating a seven story office building now a big water basin to cost 110000 is proposed Is it any wonder that the Evening Post wants Sebastian Zorn to be the Democratic candidate for Mayor KNIGHTS OP COMIBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Maysvllle Council will have an ex emplification of the three degrees a week from tomorrow Members of Now Albany Council1 approached holy communion in a body at Holy Trinity church last Sunday Jrtnysville Council will initiato a class of fifty a week from tomorrow The Louisville team will exemplify the third degree Hennepln Council at Minneapolis is forging to the front in point of membership and influence and a class of 120 received tho third degree last Sunday Columbus Ohio is the largest city in the world named after the great discover and Ohio Knights are plan ning to erect a monument to his memory in 1012 New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Colorado California Montana Missoulri Illinois and Connecticut have enacted laws making October 12 a legal holiday The Right Rev Blsnops Hennessy of Wichita and Meerschaert of Okla horn a City were among those who took the fourth degree at Independence Kans last Monday The council at Utica N Y awarded a contract for tho building purchased for a home The addition will contain a hall fifty two feet long and thirtyeight feet wjde The fourth degree was exemplified on a large class at Syracuse last Monday and at the banquet in the evening toasts were responded to by prominent men from New York Brooklyn Albany and other cities The members of Jeffersonvlllo Council approached holy communion- In a body at St Augustines church last Sunday and after the mass the- Re Father John OConnell preached nn eloquent sermon on the edifying sight VENERABLE LADY DEAD Mrs Margaret Jansen the yen enable mother of the Rev Father- Herman P Jansen pastor of St Briglds church died at the home of her daughter Mrs Louis Hodapp 712 East Jacob street on Friday morning of last week The deceased was born In Germany eightyfour years ago but had lived in Louisville moro than half a century Beside- sFntherJansen and Mrs Hodapp the following children survive Sister Hyaclntha of Evansville Mrs Mary Hartman Mrs Charles Sommers and Henry Jansen The funeral took place from St Martins church of which she had long been a member- on Monday morning Many clergy assisted at the solemn mass of requiem MEMORIAL SERVICE Members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians In New York City turned out in large numbers last Monday to attend the annual memorial services atStt Patricks Cathedral A memorial mass was celebrated for the repose of thetsoul of the brethren who have passed away and also for Ills Intentions of the living memher of the order in Ireland and America The Her Pttther Edward T McOHnlty e bra ted the mach e A Sts1Gslf f G9f9iw99a w1 i SOGIETY Joseph Fnllon of New Albany is visiting Pittsburg and Niagara Falls Robert Flanagan spent the past week visiting relatives and iriends at Lebanon Mss Ruth Doherty of Jefferson ville has ns her guest her cousin 0MissMrs Robert Flanagan has re turned from a pleasant visit to rela tives at Jeffersontown Mrs J H McConnell of South Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs 0EMiss Hallio Malone entertained nherPortland Tuesday evening CityClothing1 a successful Southern trip Capt Dan Kane the well known pilot has just returned from another successful trip to New Orleans Col and Mrs Michael Reichert had as their guests last week Dr F L Kieffer and wife of Covlngton Mrs John T Malone and family will leave next Thursday to spend1 tho summer at Bay View Mich Miss Mayme Villier of Portland nnd her dancing class enjoyed an outing at Shawnee Park last Monday Mrs Mary Martel of 1107 State street New Albany who has bee n quite ill is now on the road to re covery John Monahan nnd wife have re turned from Lebanon where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs C C Boldrick Mr nnd Mrs John Glenn have as their guests their daughter Mrs A jr Casey of Bowling Green nnd her two little sons Miss Virginia Berry is expected to return from a visit to her cousin Miss Florence Dawson at Now Haven next week Hisses Mary and Florence Pucker who have been attending school at Knoxville 111 have returned home to spend the summer Mrs S OBrien of Shepherdsville has returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs M B Hoffman of South Louisville Thomas W Tarpy left Sunday forI isheville N C where tho National Travelers Protective Association sin session this week Mr and Mrs C J Kiefer and son Carl of Indianapolis will arrive Monday to spend the week with Mrs John E Walter of Clay street Miss Nell Burkhardt gave n kitchen shower Tuesday in honor of Miss Anna Tierney whosemarriage to Frank Vetter has been set for June 2- 3hiss Wilhelmina Esfield and Will lam George Doerr will be married at St Bonifaces church on June 29 Both young people pare hosts of friends in Catholic society circles John J Grogan and Mal Shaugh nessy who hold responsible positions with the J M RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Company will return to work Monday after a well earned vacation Joseph A Frank of Chicago and his wife who have been visiting Bernard A Coll and John Coll his brothersinlaw at Jeffersonville for live weeks past returned home thisi week Mr and Mrs Stephen Everin of South Louisville have had as their guests Messrs Gus Everin and Ed1 ward Brown of Ottawa Tenn Leo Tevlin of St Louis nnd Tom Fin nerin of Payees Depot Edward J OHearn is one switchman that was anxious to reach home early every day this week A fine curly haired boy arrived at his home 1135 Zane street last Saturday and the proud father wants to be sure babyBOHearn Mr and Mrs James F Reid have announced the approaching marriage of their daughter Miss Clara ulae to Dr Cyrus Mallette of Stoddard county Mo lhe marriage will be sol emnized at the Cathedral rectory at 8 oclock p m Wednesday June 23 Dr and Mrs Mallette will be at home to their friends nt 042 South Fifth street after July 1 Miss Lillle Miller and Charles Sears popular young people of Portland will be United in matrimony at the Church of Our Lady on Wednesday June 16 The Rev Father Conniff will perform the ceremony After the wedding Mr and Mrs Sears will be tendered a reception at the home of the brides par ents on Portland avenue A pretty wedding at St Georges church Tuesday morning was that which united Miss Julia Belle Lardiner and Frank C Miller The Rev Father George Weiss performed the ceremony The attendants were Misses Mary Gray Lottie Miller and Messrs Fred Miller and William Krueger Mr and Mrs Miller will reside at Stanford Ky temporarily Thomas Keenan Sr his wife and little Miss Dorothy Keenan will return today from a visit to Eastern Kentucky and Ohio Mr Keenan was delegate from Louisville to the State convention of Funeral Directors which met at Covington early In the week After the convention adjourned Mr Keenan and antifriendsMiss Clementine Ray and Samuel M Bopne were married at the home of the brides parents in Lafayette- township Ind five miles north of New Albany on Tuesday evening tie Rev Thomas H Cleland of New Albany offlclatlnjr The bride lithe rr- r charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Boone Hay formerly of Louisville and has been much admired in society circles The groom Is n well todo resident of Meade county Cards have been received here announcing the approaching wedding- of Miss Ella Guy Haney and William John McCrea popular young people- of St Louis The wedding will be solemnized at Holy Name church St Louis one week from today Miss Haney spent a month In Louisville during the early spring as the guest her cousin Mrs Frank McOrath o 1035 Seventh street and made 1111this1111 Miss Nellie E Stoker and George M Kimberger were united in marriage at St Bonifaces church at 0 Thursday morning Miss Geppert was the bridesmaid and Philip J Cavanaugh Las the best The bride is the charming daughter1 of Mr and Mrs W E Stoker of 118 South Shelby street and Mr Klmbcrger holds a respon sIble position with Brldgcford C Company After a brief wedding trip Mr and Mrs Kimberger will begin housekeeping on Barret avenue St Frances of Rome church in Clifton was crowded to the doors Tuesday morning by admiring friends who desired to witness the marriage rite that made Miss Mary Fitzgerald Mrs William J Hang The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Thomas W White at 9 oclock Nuptial high mass followed and the music was rendered by a largely augmented choir The sanc tuary was profusely decorated with flowers and potted plants Miss Han nah May Orth was maid of honor and Miss Minnie Haag was brides maid Charles Moritz was best man and the ushers were William Pita gerald mid William Decoursey In the afternoon Mr and Mrs Hang were tendered a reception at the home of the grooms parents on Jncob boulevard Tuesday night they left on a brief bridal tour and on returning will make their homo with the grooms parents The bride is the daughter of Richard Fitzger aid and was one of the most popular girls in St Frances of Rome parish One of the prettiest of the early summer weddings will be that which unites Miss Matilda Mary Ann Nichol and Howard Davis McCullough The wedding will be solemnized at St Charles Borromeos church by the Rev Father Charles P Raffo at 4 oclock next Wednesday afternoon During the ceremony Miss Lxila Droppelman will render a soprano solo The bride will wear an ivory satin duchess gown trimmed with pearls and the regulation tulle veil She will carry a bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley The bridesmaids will be Misses Ida J Probst and Lula McCullough a sister of the groom They will Year dainty tissue dresses with messallne trim 1 mings of yellow and large picture hats They w also carry bouquets- of yellow roses The ushers will be Dave Nichol a brother of the bride Louis J KSnsella Charles Nadorff and Albert Kippes After the ceremony Mr and Mrs McCullough will be tendered n reception at the homo f the brides mother Mrs DaTe Nichol on West Walnut street The young couple will begin housekeeping at 2023 West Jefferson street MAHYS MONTH PAST Closing Exercises of May Held During the Week The devotions to the Blessed Virgin which were held daily during May were brought to a close in the various churches of Louisville either on Sunday oV Monday All of those exercises during the month were well attended and the pastors were pleased with the devotion shown by their respective flocks The exercises closed with a solemn processiOn of the children at that londaYIevenll1gRosary the Rev Father Gallagher preached nn eloquent sermon on the Mother of God Benediction of tho Blessed Sacrament followed EUCIIARISTIO CONGRESS The International Eucharistic Con JnAugustFIXES SALARIES Hereafter the minimum salary of all priests in the new diocese of Rockford will be 1000 a year FAMILY VISITS TOPE Through the good offices of Archbishop W H OConnell T II Devling of Boston and the members of his family were received by the Pope last Saturday and were given his blessing IN OLD KENTUCinT HOME Archbishop John Xancdster Spald ing is at Lebanon to spend the greater part of the summer with his sisters His health is better than it has been in many years EPISCOPAL JUBILEE Next Tuesday the Most Rev Arch bishop RyantJf Philadelphia will observe the twerityflfth anniversary of his elevation to the episcopacy Many prelates and distinguished clergymen will assist at the celebra tion BOUXD FOR ROME The Right Rev Bishop Chatard of Indianapolis will sail from New York today for Rome whither he goes to assist at the golden jubilee of the American College of which he was second President He expects to return about July 15 The Rev T M Rowan of Evnnsvllle will accompany Bishop Chatard as private secretary ORDER THAT GROWS The Ladles Catholic Benevolent Association one of the greatest fra ternal Socletlesbl the Eastern States is flourishing in Syracuse N Y It has branche In nearly every parish and has a Senate which corresponds to the local Central Committee of the Catholic Knlghto of America As a RIVERVIEWPARK Louisvilles Brightest Spot FREE CONCERTS Catering especially to ladies and children Dancing every afternoon and evening ex cept Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH UNDER ONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO CasinoJ Theater 417 Fourth st IPrincess Theater 1 Jef1so nsiL Columbia Theater Fourth 3l7 Ave 1 NestBU I el We cater especially to Ladies and Children FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE I PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season fNOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10BO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed I Glias t fl Rogers tea BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us aIcall and inspect our line goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles Or BVfcKT DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 result of a recent crusade for mem bership the ranks of the order were reinforced by 1200 new beneficiaries MOTION PICTURES The Casino Columbia and Princess Theaters expect to do a big business next week and in anticipation of that event the management of tnt Princess Amusement Company has secured the very latest films for each of its theaters Electric fans keen each of these show houses cool and tho visitors will not suffer from the heat during the motion picture shows nEARS ARCHBISHOP BLENK According to the latest advices PopePluson Saturday the Most Rev Archbishop Bleak of New Orleans The Pope was very solicitous about Catholicism in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana and showed great interest in the report of Arch bishop Blenk BIG BANKING BUSINESS While the banks of Greater New York are spaying out an average pfjI iDcreaa7ior JJ n r l STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years 1EYf 1OItJtsTO Summer Household Necessities It At Bargain Prices Basement B YfGLIDING SETTEE The latest improved Lawn Swing light graceful mo tion and perfect regularity makes it a place of rest thisdepartmentPricesHammocksClose canvas and twill weave in all the newest designs and colorsSpecial each 7Sc to 15 Roller SkatesAdjustable frame iron wheel roller skatesSpecial per pair 39c Croquet Sets professional 15inches cial 119- Window ScreensHardwood frames 12mesh wire cloths in four sizes 30c 40c 50c and 60c each Garbage CansGalvanized with tight sanitary cover regularly 119Special 98c White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers 2quart size Special 175 3quart sizeSpecial 200 4quart sizeSpecial 225 Water Coolers regularlySTEWART DRY GOODS CO1locorporitcd IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES UcCKEEBY L cu NEW YORK CUNNING LEWIS COrN V Cor Third and Jefferson Sts MENS AND YOUNG MENS FINE CLOTHING NOTHING ELSE 1975 Choice of Our Finest Fancy Suits You prefer our way of selling clothes and we know it You may not have tried it but when you do youll see what we mean Its worth something to every man to do business by daylight where service rather thin trying to sell is the rule We are waiting for you to find it out if you havent DAN J HENNESSY In Charge of Tailoring Department West Louisville Brewing Co INCORPORATED ThirtyFourth and Market Streets Brewers c DOUBLE BREWtCREAM of BEE R Bottled Expressly for Family Use Home Phones 33088000 IIIAGIC CARPET = CLtANI Removes the dirt as if by magic without taking up the carpets and restores the rugsdruggetsMagicRenew SSUPERIOR fllUR X SPfClAlTY CO I 418 S Third St Louisville K- yOur ReorganizationSale Is in full sway and we are pleasing hundreds of cus tomers with values that can not be equaledelsewhere Call and be convinced HiiBDii6H Bros 522 524 W MARKET STREET 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 foot of Third street every Sunday atOam goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 8 pm ROUND TRIP ONLY5Oc c t r j AICEW6 VGLOSS I L ro 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 samplebottleCarpetCleaner S PIoUrtlilUKX 418 S Third St Louisville Ky FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER r 419 W MARKET ST MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO r BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATIONrCHICAGo o Dining andIADrawingRsoM E ii BACON D P A Ni W Con Fourth and Market Sti uLouVUIe Ky a n r Jtv w r 7- L KENTUOK5r IRISH AlWERICAN t 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATEFIFH iviAoisTJQJieiAry xsTRxorrComposed of 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1009 OVEMBER EItEOTIONI 1909 WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY OJIERISubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeHERCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATE Fifth 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 19- 09ATBURQEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUDGES sue JEFFERSON CIRCUIT OOZJRX COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party U D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embaltners Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Aniwend Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128I J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S fast Maiia Street lOiNNN0 + NNNN NNNN J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY FUNERAL STRAUBI1 AND EMBALMERS i i Curlagi STREETtIII i M M0 00N NNi tNN110H 0 NN1t NttONNNN 4 Q Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor 0 Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN u Funeral Director and Embalmer 1 TELEPHONE 365 All nlahtcarriage 1225 W MARKET ST Give your boys an education that will prey pare them for life St XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway toulsvllle Ky ClaelactSakukad qwl7aIrsoDk1 fl Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 BY AAIJJ PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel I WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Street HENRY HUNOLD BEAISR IN StaplllndFancy Grocirhs A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old WkMdM Sptdalty mrkittM 4IWALHIT J J uC I 4 HIBERNIAN What They Have Been Doir gI the Past WeckOenerslN- eW5 Notes Division 4 will not meet until a week from next Monday The Milwaukee division will Initiate a clas of 100 on June 10 Jeffersonville Division continues to hold well attended and Interesting meetingsJohn makingII4sdegree partofwitbe1t 1 otthetileLexingtonThe coming picnid at Phoenix Hilll biggestmonct Every Hibernian In the city should attend the euchre and dance to be given by the Ladles Auxiliary on June 16 The County Board is making fa vorable progress in arranging for tIle picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday July 5 Anxl1iar lowed the recent Initiation with an informal social session Division 2 of Syracuse N Y t making rapid progress It aclde fifteen names to its roster of 100 n- an tt initiation last week Congressman James Q Graham off Springfield Ill will be the orator of the day at the Hibernian outing at Milwaukee on August 7 The County Board at Manchester X H has offered a prize of 50 for the winning team in a ball game at the picnic and field day on July 5 James C Rogers Circuit Clerk at onduyInion in his city will start with seven tyfive men notifytheIrpromptly at 2 oclock a week from jointInltlntlonDivision 2 Ladies Auxiliary of St Paul has already initiated fifty candidates ns a result of its green and gold contest but the gold side of the division scored the most pointsMembers of the order and the Catholic Mutual Benevolent Associa tion to the number of 200 went to holy communion In a body at St Stephens church in Buffalo last SundayThe green side entertained the gold side of Division 8 of the Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul at a banquet last week Many gentlemen from Division 4 of St Paul were present and enjoyed the feast The four local divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold a joint initiation at Bertrand Hall at 2 oclock on the afternoon of Sunday June 13 County President Patrick J Welsh will preside and the degrees will be exemplified by a team from Division 4 The team has been rehearsing several weeks and it is said has the work down fIne Each division will present several candi dates FONTAINE FERRY PARK Fontaine Ferry Park had a record breaking crowd for the season last Sunday and all enjoyed the delightful open nil concert and other attrac tions In order to welcome the Shriners new attractions will be in augurated next week the restaurant will be prepared to feed the hungry I nnd ample entertainment will be fur nished all who visit this delightful resort STRONG MEN NAMED IrishAmericans of Covington seem to have fared very well in the Kenton county Democratic primary last Saturday Frank Tracy was nominated for Circuit Judge J B Dillon for County Clerk Walter Cleary for County Judge F II Kennedy for Superintendent of County Schools and Joseph Kennedy for County Surveyor FAREWELL RECEPTION National President Matthew Cum mings of the A O H and the Bev Father P II ODonnell also of Boston were tendered a farewell reception at the Gresham Hotel on the eve of their departure for Amer ica The most prominent members of the Sinn Fein organization in Dublin attended the reception DR MOnt ENTERS Dr Charles Molr one of the most popular physicians in the city has announced his candidacy for Coroner subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Dr Moir is a life long Democrat and also h champion of union labor His friends believe that he will add strength to the ticket if nominated which means his election IMPOSTERS AT WORK The Sisters of Mercy whQ conduct the Sacred Heart Home on East College street have warned the pub lie that unauthorized persons have been soliciting orders lor the en largment of photographs of the home and for the sake of charity The use of the name of the Sacred Heart Home is fraudulent EUCHRE FOR OATIIE DRAll The ladies of the Cathedral congre gation will give a euchre at tho Cath olic Womans Club next Thursday afternoon and evening A number of handsome prizes will be awarded and the winners of prizes at the Cathe dral bazar will be announced GETS BETTER PLACE James OBrien for three years with the Henry Vogt Machine Company left Wednesday for Boston Mass to accept a more lucrative position URSULIIdih COMMENCEMENT The graduation exercises of the Uriuline iAeademy of the lmm aeuate I CfDoept1 Shelby and Cheataut I JtresTrill tk plaoa on tke atteV jar 1 r M K M f CO BIG FACTORY SALE I Of Mens and Boys Clothing Now Going On Get in on the ground floor Low prices on 1high class goods is the order of the day Get next 0- 00- 0 00 CoIc IncorporatedII FIFTHlThe Daylight Meni Wear Store fMens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Klnsella Gen Supt t LOUISVILLE DfNfAl PARLORS 428 FOURTH AVENUE AVBNUB THEATRE BUILDING We love good teeth but oh those bad ones can be fixed at small cost at the Louisville Dental Parlors HOMB PRONE OO8O THOS J WELSH D D S Mgr PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTSI The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue 0 Jeffersonvllle Ind OFFICE nouns SUNDAYS BTOO 9TOI2 DONT YOU WANT Oood Dental Work Done For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Ttlaphont 1948 234 SIXTH STREET WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 A2V GREEN ST HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overtoil Street noon of Tuesday June 15 On ac count of the immense crowd expected the exercises will be hold in St Martins Hall Gray street near Shelby FATHER MILES DEAD The Her Father Thomas H Miles spiritual director of St Louis Uni versity died In St Louis on Friday of last week He was a native of Bardstown FORTY HOURS PRAYER Forty Hours prayer will begin at St Peters Cl chapel tomorrow apppprojwIatelydole a y1- Z fII n IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges destroyedfourgate County Cork MP1 theWexfordThe Her John Wright died re athisCountyDerryThe Bev Father Edward Mnher aged eightyfive years and one of the oldest priests in TIpperary has passed away The night Rev Dr Sheehan Bishop of Waterford has contributed 25 collegsJohn McKenna of Belfast fell from a ladder and died almost in stantly He leaves a wife and sev eral children Rev Brother Joseph E Meagher one of the monks of St Patrick died recently in the convent in Queens county Michael OGrady accidentally shot himself in the leg while hunting crows Ills wound is serious but not necessarily dangerous D J Leahys design for a monument that is to be erected in memory of tho late Father Casey of New castle West has been accepted Sister Mary Catherine died suddenly while walking in the garden attached to the I resentation Convent at Baltinglass County Vlcklov The strike of the building trades in the city of Cork has been satisfactorily settled The men were granted an increase of fifty cents a day Castlelawsonsuddenly while digging a grave for another person at Magherafelt ceme teryJoseph Murphy a car driver of Capstown County Tyrone was run down by a train and sustained in juries that resulted in his deathnfew hours later Miss May Josephine 0Brien daughter of John J OBrien of County Limerick has been received into the Sisters of the Presentation at their convent in Waterford On the occasion of his visit to ManganBishopsacrament of confirmation to a class qf 559 children and twentyeight adultsAndrew Carnegie the American millionaire paid half the cost 1500 for a new organ for the Catholic church nt Mountmellick Queens county The congregation paid the remaining half The Very Rev Father John Con mee the present head of the Jesuits in Ireland is a member of an old family In County Roscornmon He is regarded ns one of the most eloquent preachers in Ireland HONOR FOR EGAN There Is a well defined rumor In Washington D Cthat Hon Maurice Francis Egan at present Unitedl States Minister to Denmark has been slated by President Taft as his choice for Librarian of Congress Egan has more than a national reputation ns a writer of prose and poetry and for English versity CLASS AT WINCHESTER The Right Rev C P Maes Bishop of Covington administered the sac rament of confirmation to a class of eighteen boys and girls at St Jo sephs church nt Winchester on Wednesday morning The children had been well instructed by their pastor the Rev Father William Ryan CONFIRMATION TOUR The Right Rev Bishop iMcCloskoy will administer confirmation to a Academytomorrow lege on Monday SUMMER SCHOOLS Beginning June 8 Marquette University Milwaukee will conduct a summer school for eight weeks It will contain nil the features of sum mer sessions of other great uni versities NEW HAVEN St Catherines Council Y M I at New Haven celebrated the eigh teenth anniversary of its establish ment last Monday A smoker was manyinteresting COSTLY NEW CHURCH St Brides new church at Windsor Park Chicago will be dedicated by Archbishop Quigley tomorrow When completed and decorated it will cost 50000 Tomorrow evening the new organ will be dedicated and the Irish Choral Society of Chicago will give a concert ST MARTINS SCHOOL PICNIC The annual outing for St Martins school children mil be held at Phoenix 11111 Park next Tuesday Of course the parents and friends of the children will be largelyIn evidence The funds that accrue will be used for the benefit of the school PUPILS MARCH TO SAFETY Nearly 900 children of St Casmlrs parochial school at Detroit Mich marched to safety Tuesday while the school was afire The children had been accustomed to frequent fire drills so when the alarm was given there was no panic The damage to the building is estimated at 5000 Father Gutowski the pastor be lives a deliberate attempt was made to destroy the buildingJ CHANGE OF NAME A move to change the name of the American College at Rome loathe United States College is afoot Can ada and South America have their respective colleges but the American College which Is fostered by the Archbishops and Bishops of the- Uriitedl States Is really an United States college L y o a l DAN H RUSSELLCANDIDATE F- ORSHFHIFFSUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 1909 November Election 1909 Dr6e 6e S6HOK CANDIDATE FOR eORONERJEFFERSON Subject to Action of Democratic Party FRANK FEHR BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KTST 0LT1u SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SIENNACKERMANBREWING INOORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bare and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber eX Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CBEAM JBEEBk 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue 80TH PHONES 191 LOUISVILLE KY II- ftl o rI rb tj nS k L 4 p U KENTUOKY fltISt AM RI4A1T r ALTERATION SALEOJf E THE iG STORE IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN sand Boys Clothing Hats and Fur nishings at Alteration Pric- esSTORETHE BIG SCMILTON M MARBLESTQNE CO NNNO o ++++ 4 + 4 1N NNO NO I MONUMENTSI 0 i IIi1 our II S f 1inglfi1 i Iii1i j 1 4 NNNNN 0 NOof+ N + NONN MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap predated more than in the summer A- FARRAlSTDCECIIjIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their 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 ParrandCecillan MONTENEGRO= RIEtlM MUSIC CO Incorporated DSOOO FrTRTH AVENUE rJ NOW FOR JUNEThe month that poets claim as the ideal time of all the year You can make It so by the use of Mulloys famous Teas This is Iced Tea month To get best results use laULLOY S TgAS 45eexcellent MULLOyCRoasTER Horns Phone 1313 salt XV JMAJEeJCBT STREET I B SByQ I 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 I 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 DR CHARLES MOIR CANDIDATE FOR CORONERSubj- ectto Action of the Democratic Party 1909 November Election 1909 Squire John M Adams CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Candidate Per Bailiff Police Court SubJect to the Action of like Democratic Party FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brcradway and ThirtyFirst Street i Are lBrewing aril Botiltnfc Beer Especiallyi for Family User Order 0r a Case for Your Home n TELEPHONES Hera 76717672 Cum VIMl 69u SALVATOR Park D LIFE SAVER Ilghti o ASHLAND LEADS I Kentucky Town Had Three Brothers In Fourth Degree Local Knights of Columbus think Ashland Is coming some It was the only town In the State to furnish three brothers for the fourth de gree last Monday Two came to Louisville to receive theirs and the elder brother got his in Washington D C 3T Serey manager of the White Oak Coal Company at Richmond Va went to Washington while James 0 Serey with the Mer chants Bank and Trust Company at Ashland and Robert J Serey chem 1st at the Norton Iron Works at Ash land came to Louisville A fourth brother II L Serey is now a third degree member and expects to take the fourth at the earliest opportunity Misses Irene and Rose Serey accompanied their brothers to Louis ville Among others who came from the East to take the fourth at Louisville were llev Father Ahmeier W J Danaher and T M Scanlan all of Huntington W Va and llev litter Flanagan Montgomery W Va APPRECIATION Shown by St Cecilias Con ference For Certain Courtesies Copt Julius Hlld of the Board of Childrens Guardians Is very proud of a letter of thanks he received this week from John McQuese Secretary St Cecilias Conference of the St Vincent de Pauls Society The letter was in reference to the kindly atten tion given Anthony Coyle and his wife Catherine Coyle the former seventy and the latter sixtyeight years old The couple were in dire distress until Capt Mild found them a homeThe tenor of the letter to Capt Mild was St Cecilias Conference of St Vincent de Paul Society wishes to thank you for the assistance you rendered in securing a home for Mr and Mrs Coyle and the interest you Lave shown in this old couple We also want to thank you for sending one of your men with them SAFE AT HOME Heine Peltz and His Team Back From Long 1 Swing The Colonels arrived home Tuesday night after a twentyolghtdny swing over the American Association cir cuit and opened a series of games with the Minneapolis team on Wednesday afternoon The Kansas City ball team headed liy the vet eran Jake BecRley is scheduled to begin n series of four games with Louisville at Eclipse Park this after CowboysWhile the Louisville team did not return home in first place it played consistent ball during Its long absence from home and returned well anchored in second place The fans believe that Heine Peltz and his players will improve wonderfully dur ing the fortnight at home and that the team will be holding first place or very close to it before they start away again BRIGHT PROSPECTS Leagueheld j on Tuesday evening and elected the following Frank Eacher President Frank P Burke Vice President A FreshSchmidt of S the rapid strides made in bowling as a pdpular Indoor game the last couple of years the coming season promises to be the banner yet of the Falls City League under tho guidance of the capable officials just chosen PLEASANTS CIGAR FACTORY P Pleasants who recently came to Louisville from Bloomington Ind has establishes a cigar factory on Twelfth street between Main and Market under the name of the Pleatmhts Cigar Company The new factory is now In full operation and Mr Pleasants is prepared to furnish first class union made smokes to all dealers FOR CONSTABLE Charles P Keenan one of the old est and best known contractors and teamsters In the West End has an nounced hits candidacy for Constable in the Eighth Magisterial district which comprises the Eleventh and Twelfth wards subject to the action of the Deniocratic party Mr Keenan is well known and popular in his district He resides at 2205 St Xavier street pnd has a host of friends that will go to the front for him YOUNG CLEMENTS WINS Gerald S Clements won the gold medal awarded for oratory at thott closing exercises of the Columbian 1 College at Owensboro last Saturday Young Clements is only fifteen years old and is a son of Hon La Vega Cle ments one of the best known law yers in Western Kentucky and at present seeking the Democratic nom ination for Congress in the second district A peculiar coincidence is that the medal whs donated to the college by the father of the boy who won It NEW STATUE BLESSED The new statue of St Joseph that adorns Holy Cross church on West Broadway was blessed last Sunday afternoon by the Rev Father Constantine C T who also preached n sermon oh the feast of Pentecost The children of the parochial school and Several hundred adults attended the exercises The new statue Is the gift of Col John II Whallen ORDINATION TODAY James Gregoire who has com pleted his theological studies at Bt M lnra Pir College will b ordained e t- I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A 011DI- VISION 1 Meets at Falls City hail on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr RyanRecording Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan FineganSergeantatArmsAndrew SentinelLouIs Roller DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinancialSecrotary JnoT Keaney TreasurerJoseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets- PresidentPatrick T Suljlvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G llession DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyViceLynchFinancialMc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Wlnn TreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergcontatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Plans Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Gleascn Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y iwr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D Clines Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording Secretary Thomas F Bachman SecretaryWilliamF Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolpuus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An driottEWl1OEtlIQ1t I What the Dominican Nuns Say 8 Under date of September 0 1908 The Dominican Nuns of Newark N JwriteTwo members of our community have tried Pastor Koenlffg None Tonic with favorable rev suits it hal a most charming effect oa the nervous system The atsters of the Good Shepherd at Peoria Ili wrIte Sept 2 l008We used 2 bottles of Pastor Koen1 1 erve Tonic for a case of agra vatedaod obstinate in omis v1tb extreme net oneness The sfcond bottle Is not finished and a core baa been brought whew physician worked in vain for 2 months The patient sleeps like a child and the dayRandolph1908 IoeolgNnelog of anxiety disappear at once one sleeps better and feels like gtttlng stronger This remedy In also good for bad Itomaebilt could not be bettor I shall people lies A WAOEMEB A Valuable Book on Ner FFREE vous Diseases and a Sample bottle to any address Poor pa tlonU also get the medicine free Prepared by the Rev FATECR KOEVIO of Fort Wayne lad since 1678 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street sold by Druggists at SI per Bottle 6 for 8S Urge 3lx S17I 6 Bottles lor SB by the fight Rev Bishop ODon oghue in Holy Trinity church New Albany this morning The young levite belongs to a well known New Albany family lIe will celebrate his first mass at Holy Trinity church to morrow morning RECENT DEATHS Mr and Mrs William Bahr have the sympathy of many friends in their grief over the death of their little daughter Madeline who passed way Saturday night The child was fight years old and was loved by all who knew her The funeral took place froth tlie family residence 123 North Fourth street Monday after noon Iatrick Con 1el1r n young man well and favorably known in the East End died nt the family residence 407 Franklin street Monday evening le had been ill several weeks He was the son of Patrick Connelly who died last fall The funeral took place from St Johns church Wednes daymorning The sympathy of a largo circle of friends is extended to his bereaved mother Mrs Bridget kmnelly BAZAR WAS SUCCESS Tho bazar in St Fivvncls Hall for the benefit of the Cathedral was brought to n successful close last Saturday evening To the gratiflco tIonof the Rev Father 1 M J Rock rector of the Cathedral the bazar was a great success and several thousand dollars will be cleared when all the accounts are footed up ST CATHERINES The eightyseventh annual commencement exercises of the academy of St Catherine of Sienna will beheld in the academy hallnear Springfield on Tuesday morning June 15 Many Louisville people will attend these exercises CHANGE HOURS OlegnningtomotroWthetmasaes oh SundayakSt Cecillaa church will Jet be oclock CONVENTION In July Will Name the Dem ocratlc Nominees For Office cityand InNconvention to be held in Louisville conventions TlutrstinyDemocraticCity erJmemberent and all seemed alive to the neces sty of naming clean intelligent and energetic Democrats for every officeThe leaders of the party realize that victory is possible in jNovember If the right men are chosen The strongWith sentative Democrat nominated for Mayor the ticket will start off well There is no dearth of material in the clnmorIngforevery office from Mayor to Con stable LARGE CLASS Will Be Instructed Into Mysteries of K Cs at Paducah A class of seventy candidates will receive the three degrees in the Knights of Columbus at Paducah to morrow afternon The majority of FancyFarmGraves county The members and candidates will attend mass at St Francis de Sales church at 10 oclock The Rev Father II A Connolly will celebrate the mass sand preach a sermon appropriate to the occasion The initiatory exercises will begin at10 oclock Paducah Council will put on the first and second degrees while the third degree will be exemplified by District Deputy P II Callahan Deputy Grand Knight John M Mulloy and the degree team from Louisville Council There will be Ji banquet in the evening with Col John J Dorian of Paducah pre siding as toastmaster Those who will respond to toasts are O L Drnry of Morganfield John Talbot of Bardstown and Attorney J J Kavanagh of Louisvil- leKENTUCKY MAN Chosen State President of the Catholic Knights In Tennesse As n result of the Tennessee State convention of the Catholic Knights of America which assembled at Nashville last week the following officers were chosen Spiritual Director Bishop Thomas S Byrne President J 1 Lancaster Sash ville SecretaryTreasurer J V Sulli van Memphis Delegate to the Supreme Council John X Selle of Lawrenceburg State President Lancaster is n native of Kentucky but came to Nashville as an employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company about three years ago Supreme President Gaudin of New Orleans attended the convention and the visiting delegates were enter tained with u banquet CHARITY EUCHRE A mammoth euchre wader the aus pices of the Charity Club will be given nt the University School Znne and Garvin Place on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday Juno 13 The committee in charge is made up of John II Hennessy M J Walsh William T Connelly Joseph Morthorst John J Score and Will lam P McDonogh Tickets are being sold nt twentyfive cents and entitle the holder to a free chance on n silver service valued nt 100 The proceeds will be devoted to a worthy cause RIVERVIEW PARK Itiverviow Park enjoyed the patronage of another large crowd last Sunday and all who visited the park were well repaid for their attend ance The trees and flowers are now at their prettiest the devices RmusementII PhIllpplnlsiandby Don During the coming week the park will be tastefully decorated In honor of the Shrlnors and attractive open air concerts will be rendered dally- WON PIANO Miss Nora Brown Coy Wlllsons I private stenographer won popularity Contest and was thejthe piano offered by the j News The contest closed last urday night Miss Brown received COOOOCf votes or 100000 more than her closest competitor She is a Louis ville girl and was formerly a res ident of St Louis Bertrands parish When Gov Willson was Miss Brown went to inauguratedJJ assume her duties as pher WATCHED TilE COACH St Xavlers baseball team bad a banquet at Kleins restaurant Mon flay night and covers were laid for txteen Rev Brother James Pres ident of the college was toastmaster and at nn appropriate moment pre sented Martin J Musselman the ball teams coach ft handsome gold watch on behalf of the college Mr Musselman responded in n few well chosen words On the following day St XavIers team defeated the Louts ville Illfh School team by a score of eight to four OUT OF DANGER Hop William OBrien tvhore signed from the British Parliament- as the member from Cork lids undergone a aerious surgical operation at Venice He is Rpye reported put of danger J I 5 01 n J SoDthern National Life insurance GO LINCOLN BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY If you become wholly disabled the premiums on this policy are paid by the company This Is the ONLY COMPANY which pays your premium on this kind of a policy Let us explain it to you Whats you age PREMIUM ON 81OOO Guaranteed Net Guaranteed Net Age Rate Reduction Cost Age Rate Reduction Co- st2L1210 201 1009 3351545i 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