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F IVOLUMEI I PRELATES Gathered in Great Numbers t Celebrate the College Jubilee Homo Was Headquarters For Many American Church Dignitaries Function For Each Day and End Has Not Yet Been Reached MEET POPE PIUS X TOMORROW This Was a gala week for the faculty and students of the American College at Rome The celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the es tablishment of the college began on Sunday morning and continued throughout the week The religious celebration was marked by great solemnity Archbishop Farley of New York Monsignor Falconlo and other priests nnd prelates that sailed on the steamer Cnrpatla on Ascension day did not reach Naples until Friday evening of last week The bytimewhere fiiey spent Saturday and Sunday On Monday they went to Rome In addition to Monsignors Farley nnd 1alcohio there were in the party priestsfromformer students nt the American College Besides these there were a number of American Bishops Arch bishops and priests at the college who had arrived several weeks pre viousAmong those who took prominent parts in the religious celebrations during the week were Archbishop W Monslb110rKennedy CoUegeIUghtJoseph Mo Bishop M J Iloban of Scranton Archbishop Farley Monsignor Falconlo and time Right Rev wen B Corrigan the new Aux of Baltimore There was a solemn Pontifical mass on Sunday followed by another on Monday and after the mass on Monday the visitors were enter tained at breakfast by Bishop Kennedy and the college faculty On Tuesday TnorningATchbishop Farley officiated at the solemn requiem coUegethatdleeltury Bishop Burke of St Joseph ArchbishopOConnell the solemn mass of thanksgiving on Wednesday morning and the sermon was preached by the Right Rev AuxiliaryBishopThe jubilee banquet was held on prest perhaps time largest gathering of Cardinals ever assembled outside the Vatican Among them were Cardinals Merry del Val Gotti SatolJI Vannu tclll Agllardl and many others proposedbyUnited States by Archbishop OCon nell of Boston The banquet was refectoryYesterday prelates and many of the priests celebrated mass at the tombs of the Apostles in St Peters Cathedral Today there will be a musical and literary enter tainment at the college Tomorrow all the students past and present and the members of the faculty will be received in audience by the Pope and arrangements have been made to photograph the assemblage in the Vatican gardens On Monday the visitors will take a trip to the college villa at Castle Gondoleo where the new hall in honor of the alumni as sociation will be dedicated and the association will hold its annual meeting During the afternoon the priests and students will enjoy their national game of baseball The celebration will close with a solemn WednesdayOn of regret because Bishop McCloskey of Louisville first President of the college was unable on account of his advanced age to visit Rome dur ManyAmericanpress regret on this account The Catholic Citizen of Milwaukee says It is too bad that venerable Bishop McCloskey of Louisville could not go with the American party to the golden jubilee of the American College at Rome lIe was the first President of that college and to have the first President at the golden jubilee of a college would be a rare and delightful occurrence The Catholic Sun of Syracuse said It is regretted that his ago will prevent the venerable Bishop Mc Closkey of Louisville Ky who was time first President of the American College at Rome from attending the golden jubilee of the institution on Juno 15 IIe is eightysix years old And the Catholic Universe of Cleveland Ohio remarked last week It is somewhat phenomenal to find that the first President of an institution now celebrating its golden jubilee iis still among the living and active in the performance of his nudes We refer to Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkeji of Louisville who was theb first President of the American College in Rome His age however participate BLESSING OP BANNER c The new banner recently nor chased for St Leos Society of Highland Park will be blessed with due solemnity after vespers at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon The Rev Father Denis Burgh PRCltorot8t Willlaii1l church wit Officiate at the blessing and viUl deliver an appro Q priate sermon The blessing of the banner is something new in St Leos parish and the pastor the Rev Father John J Fitzgerald invitesI the general public to attend The banner is mad of white silk and iIsI handsomely trimmed in gold On the withoa suitable inscription nnd on the reverse side is embroidered gold St Leos Society of Highland Park J J Flynn as El Capitan title role of opera THIEVES UUSY Police and Detectives Not Only Ones to Work- Overtime The police and detectives were a busy lot this week nnd between ap l beping had no time to look out for thieves When nil accounts arc in it will ap pear that the burglars were as busy burgling as the police were enter heatlqullrtersIsunless someone else tells it John J Maloney one of time best known business men on Main street nnd who resides at 324 West Breckin ridge street took his wife end paradeTuesdaMary McFarlnnd m dressmaker at 314 West Brecklnrldge street told the Maloney family her house had duringhergnrmentshndRurreltltlouslying the Mrs McFar awayMr and his family sympathized with the perturbed lady and moved homeward The interior of their house looked like n cyclone hnd struck it All the mattresses had been upset dresser drawers opened andcontents strewn on the flooryclosets and wardrobes 200 worth of Mrs Maloneys clothing and valuable silverware were pone Mr Maloneys new suit wasI left on the back of n chair He thinks the burglars wanted to leave appreciatesphoned the police and detectives were sent to the scene They made n cursory investigation and inquired for a list of missing articles He went to the uar tars on Wednesday and furnished the list In language more forcible then polite he was asked why he left home that night and did he have to go to see the parade Cold consolation for a maji that was robbed Edward Krieger Jr who resides at 1031 Bank street was watching the progress of time fire at Averys plow factory Monday afternoon The crowd was very great and Krieger was hemmed in on All sides He felt a hand in his pocket and turned to tnotgrabheSeretTrinkleabout to place him under arrest Caldwell Burnett a well known young man who had witnessed the affair expostulated and the police grailhimynn hit him fgr9 Upnnwhn thlInegro went scot free anti is still at large AFTER OFFICE Cola Daniel E OSulllvan For CommonwealthsAttorney Col Daniel la OSullivan a native Kcntuckiaii and for twentyfive years a resident of Louisville has an nounced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Common juelleialdlJltrlctand loyal Democrat and has serve in the past as a member of time hoard of Public Safety and as AttorneyPrior political career Mr OSullivan was newspaper writer and editor Ho has always been a good fighter He usesI a rapier rather than a club when lambasting his enemies and never loses a chance to land a thrust where it will do the most good If nominated and elected Mr 0Sullivan will make a tireless and fearless prosecutor of evil doers BISHOP HEADS PILGRIMS The Right Ilex Bishop JrelyofSavannah and a party of Jaymen anti women will iltit lion during the JJatter 7part of this month r They will be received In audience by the Pope y CATHOLICS Save the State Many Thousand of Dollars Every Year Twentyfive Thousand Children Arc Attending Their Schools Academics Colleges and High Schools For Final Touch VARIOUS ORDERS EMPLOYED Very few If any nonCatholics In the State have any idea of how many children are being educated in time Catholic schools colleges and academics of Kentucky If these children were educated in the city and county public schools the State would be put to an enormous additional ex pease There are at present close to 3000 of these children who are De ing educated without any expense to the State and they are divided between the dioceses of Covington nnd Louisville If these were turned over to the State it would entail a burden of nearly 000000 annually on the taxpayers of Kentucky Instead time Catholics provide parochial schools wherever possible pay their own teachers provide for the care and education of the orphans equip high schools and col l eges nnd yet draw no benefit from the school fund to which they have to contribute their pro rata In the diocese of Covington there are thirtyseven parochial schools educating 7238 pupils Besides that there are two high schools in the pupilsightcare of 1449 young ladles and 215 children are being cared for and instructed in the three orphan asylums The diocese of Louisville is more than twice as large as Covington and has seventy parochial schools with 11225 pupils five colleges for boys with 718 pupils sixteen academies for girls and young ladies with 1021 pupils and three kindergartens in structing 145 little ones Besides Louisville with its three Catholic parentlessIn tho diocese of Louisville there are several communities of men and women engaged in teaching the young Time Fathers of the Resurrection conduct St Marys College in Marion county the Trappists have ft college for boys at Gcthsemane the boysInparochial schools the Brothers of the boys department of St Martins parochial school Louisville and the Xavicrian Broth ers conduct St Xavicrs College and Johns school for boys in Louis villeThe Sisters of Charity whose par ent house is at Nazareth in Nelson county have branch academics in various parts of the diocese and send Sisters Dominicanparochialschools The Sisters of Mercy Sisters of Loretto doingtllelrtime Catholic youth of the diocese of Louisville In time Covington diocese the Benedictine Fathers and the Brothers of Mary are engaged in teaching boys but the majority of teachers are from the communities of good women The Sisters of Charity Sisters of St Benedict Franciscan nuns Sisters of Notre Dame Sisters of Providence Sisters of Loretto and Sisters of the Visitation have the principal care of time Catholic chil dren in the Covington diocese SEES TILE EVILS Lebanon Editor Opposes Lc cal Option For Reasons The Marion County Leader an organ of the Republican party sees the evils of local option us operated ut Lebanon and wants respectable saloons permitted to open Time editor says in partyThc number of minors who have been seen drunk in Labanon during the period of local option has far exceeded that of any like period under the saloon yearsThese in Lebanon and Marion county nnd are readily admitted by conservative people Those who are simply opposed to the sale of liquor by license just ns a cow is opposed to red and can really give no more intelligent reason for their opposition than old oppositiont6 beyonddthey alone are right and whatever may be time practical results of their theories they cut no ice for them optionalaver it Ulterior motives ore ns Bigncd to US while their views alone must be accepted as uninfluenced by personal considerations Our contention shows results in favor of our claims Thelrs show the very re veijse of all that is clamed by them when put in practice as hero In Lebanon now but we have to pay and pay dear for the whistlp For the sake of our boy wo should atefwhodrank drinkem eleJn Qoric acid Dublin The Earl of Aberdeen under vious Liberal Qbrercmenta filledt j IRjIreland now of Canada of Lady her He of Irish 1 inI dustriestEL CAPITANV ITod at the Masonic Theater Mondayt The Cccillan Choral Charity Club will repeat its performance of Ell Cnpltnn at the MnsqSfc Theater performancesy amongthem JTo of the ini I Cnpltall0 the affections of the bl audience at Macauleys and transported it to the land of moonlight and Ipnoritas of revolutions and mantillas Peru To tell the truth however the audience was a most willing captive mind sot enthralled throughout tlfeMhreo acts of this most delightful cSrhic opera the masterpiece of the Marc- hKingas presented bythe Ceclllan Choral Club j There is a thrill ands r about the Sousa music which sets iitfnpart from that of till other compo rs and tin El Capitan this is much in idence as well as soma imppealingl lovely songs and languorous luring jjTheIs laid i old Peru that is Poru Iirtthe Seven teenth century during Spanish pos session and there wer alluringly graceful dancing girls and drummer IgentlemenIg 1 on were not for the fact that the Seventeenth century Is presumed to have been just II trifle early for the advent of tIt show girl somo members of the chorus last i night would have been exSecdingl flchileshandmightbaolupremiere1 amateuloperformnnce that when it comes to producing a musical comedy in really expert fash ion so that trace of amateur nishness1 surpass1The of the t large and carefully selected feast the snappy gingery work of the chorus ji the beautiful execution ofjthe vail 1 ous dances and drills an the vivl- apd 1 oOJful beauty Jt lae4atcostuming1 all combincdtp mn 0lEI Capltnn one of the most delightful musical comedies of the entire season either professional or I amateur Though with ew a cast and chorus m Capltan fght afford to I stand for anything from a holiday extravanganza io a Goldfield mining camp and still be successful it iis yet true that the opera possesses a logical and clearcut plot and a- presented s 1 last night It was acted J unflaggingly throughout and tim Jthe1J the rising until the fall of the Vllll 1 tarn The stage managers of Ell1 tnpitan were Lessrs John J Flynn 1 Thomas E Evans and M Tello WebbIProf Leo A Schmitt was the musicalI I director and Philip linger master of dances Miss Gertrude Simpson ac companist while the personnel of the cast was as follows FlynSenorDon Luis OazarroWin J Imorde Count Hernando de Verrade John II aloneyKevada 1 Montalba Edward Wolfe UngerEstroldnCostlgaPrincess i MmirghanznMiss Imelfla Shc Isabel3iss Louise Fo- rsSanchoSM t Recktenwald- Panztf I Parnell Barrett Tabasco Barry Mee- hnClmilliblieJ n Thornton Flynn SACRED HEART ACADEMY The Ursuline Sisters anti their pupils have issued invitations to the annual commencement exercises of Sacred Heart Academy at Crescent lull which will be held in the academy auditorium at 0 ocloc l Wednesday morning Jtuio 10 happy feature of the occasion will be l the presentation of the historical j drama Joan of Arc which has been artistically arranged by a member of the faculty Recitations es says and vocal and Instrumental1 progrnmmeThe s ttriennial meeting on Tuesday andI Wednesday afternoon i BISHOP OONATY IN ROME 1 i Bishop Conaty of Los Angeles has left Rome after being received a sec one time by the Holy Father to whom he presented his brother Father Bernard Conaty his sister Miss Conaty of Taunton Mass his cousins Miss Lynch Miss McDermott anti Miss E M Byrne of New York Mr and Mrs Daniel Murphy Miss IIlmptonAngelesThee audience Archbishop Bleak of New Orleans and Mbnslgnor Kennedy Rector of the American College who WashingtonUnlversltJ BINGIIAM ANNOUNCES I Hon Robert W Blngham former j County Attorney and Mayor of Louisville on Wednesday last an j Mayosubjectr I cystic convention which will be held tf Friday JulY2Yr Bingham Ila a- faton tip d attorney arid hia friends be 1 e 1 U BUDGET Of Interesting Gossip Aboil Persons In the City ot Owensboro Mayor AV M OBrynn Propose- to Decorate Ills Ofllce Kulglit of Cbluinliiis anti Y M L Councils On the Doom PROMINENT YOUNG LADY DEAD One hears frequently Are there InnJ Irish or Catholics in Owens peoplemdown themforlIcisif It were constitutional they would rdelect him at the end of the pres Ollryanthetln agoAlmost anything is considered innIncllcatlons going entirely too tar As some people may have guessed Mayor forgpotatoes wears shamrocks on St Patricks day smokes n clay and swears occasionally Iiott rerpit- ash never occurred to him until re cently to give his office an emerald purchasing ee walls with green paper and a amrock border erecting a Blarney stone outside one of the windows importing some shillelnlahs and do g other Irish tricks On the sur this looks like patriotism but fscratch the scheme and you find the real motive The Mayor well knows that his Teuton friend 1 Melsen heimer could not afford to accept n which might land him in surroundings Owensboio Council Knights of Columbus is flourishing The house committee is doing excellent work in furnishing the new home and from indPro17olin cil Is rendering valuable service in the way of affording entertainment at the various meetings and inns a wonderful helper in Dr Jolm Gary who can recite poetry or render musical selections keepingtheA euchre a steamboat excursion and a comic opera are on the bills for the next few weeks During the summer months the business meet asepossible to allow the young folks for social pleasures A piano and pool table are to be placed in the club rooms Mayor OBryan went to Henderson last weekwhero he was an honored guest at a meeting of the State As sociation of Stationary Engineers Both the Knights of Columbus and Y M I councils have organized baseball clubs nnd the members enjoy sportMiss And one of the best known young ladies in Owensboro died Saturday morning She had sufferedtiher mother Mrs Victoria Auu anti two brothers Rock and W E And The funeral took place from St Pauls church Monday and the Rev Father Fitzgerald paid a deserved tribute to the memory of the deceased LADY ABERDEEN Tells New Yorkers of War In Ireland Against- Consumption Lady Aberdeen wife of the Earl of Aberdeen Lord Lieutenant of Ire SaturdayAlectures one ut Plymouth church in Brooklyn and one at the New York Catholic Club On Monday she went to Boston and later in the week to Canada While in New York she talked to newspaper men about her mission the attempt to stamp tuberculosis out of Ireland This campaign in Ireland which was started ALadyberdeenhands of the Womens National Health Association TIle association maintains 100 branches said she and is sending two exhibit wagons around the coun speakIrianexplain the methods of prevention and cure by the latest standards The Irish press has called attentions the terrible mortality figures Time Irish people are furnishing 12000 victims a year chiefly the young and promising and the finfection has a popuLtionAgainstand n scanty fuel supply Lady Aberdeen went on the poorer peo abuttingoftabodes Time results havo been lamentable Whole families have perished Nor does the disease confine Itself to the very poor People fairly well off have suffered from mistaken treatment which did not dielp the sick and exposed the well to the germs of tnfectfoni Th reeianltariumshaveb n es kulUhfd the Nationalf at New castle in 4the mountain of 1Wleklovv Font r Green Hospital hi Belfast iI Preparationdeeperregulated nnd licensed saloons Fo the sake of those who never dranl before local option but who drinl now we should back to well re elated nnd licensed saloons d tt secondarily onlgfor the sake of i taxridden people and as a relic from that terrible business depreo lion that has hung like a great pal over our town for nearly threi years we should back to wel regulated and licensed saloons s D J Maloney as Scaramba in El Capitan LIKE A PRINCE Big Tim Sullivan of New York Gave Lavish Trips On Steamer ChicagoTribuneof Big Tim Sullivan of New York EuropeTimothy movements since reaching this side of the water have been of a whirlwind order Ile perfect grams met him many of them rom Dublin Sullivan has gone thither and It is reported he saw Richard tinytwor in the vicinity of that city Then Sullivan came loXandon arriving at the Savoy nt a weird hour in the morn ing An immense suite was reserved for him there which was occupied only a few hours before he darted off for Paris He still retains the suite and is expected back in a ffcw days Sullivnn was the prince munifi cent on the Mnurctonia coming over nnd Frank Daniels the royal buffoon Between them they kept every body interested and amused Time flowers completely filling the lifeboat which were put aboard the steamship ns it was leaving New byhimof the 400 saloon passengers and to passengersboundpened to bear his name The Sena tors tips to serving people on the steamship were simply bewildering anti estimates placed the total at a large sum- Rumors have been started that Sullivan and Croker have hind some sort of consultation on political sub jects but there is no tangible basis for these LAID LOW Cold Hand of Death Tell Upon Charles D Goepper Charles D one of the most popular citizens of Louisville died at his home 815 South ourth avenue Monday night He has ill about a year and a half nnd for about a week before his death all hope for his recovery tva abandoned Ills funeral Wednesday afternoon was in charge of the Elks and Red Men and both bodies turned out in largo numbers to follow Iii plcetnCavecemeteryMr born of German parents in this city fortynine years ago After receiving his elementary education in the Louisville public schools he graduated from the Uni IJJoomlngtonFore mercantile business in Louisville and then became chief deputy under County Clerk George H Webb He retired from the County Clerks office to become cashier of the Phoenix Brewing Company and at the tune of his death he was Secre companyIlie ville Brewers Exchange and of time State Association of Kentucky Drew ers Mr Goepper was active in the SodetyIHe is survived by his wife an three children Walter John R an Elizabeth Goepperk and a brother Emil The deceased was a splendid mixer and made friends oh every hand Time community lost favorite son in the death of Charle Goepper + GOES TO COLORADO IThe Rev Father Joseph P Vallely ofISl1CrFatherIVaUelyyule aRt former pastor pf St Louis Bertrands church Recently lie ha teen Prior of tV Dominican cArfi + at Newark Nt T IkI I tPnrtyArotChancee 1 All Would Bather Win Birrell Bill Than Vote On Budget Millionaire Permits Ills Journal to Make Attacks on Irish GOVERNMENT STILL HAS TENURE The members of the Irish Parlia mentary party are maintaining a passive attitude as between tho LloJdGtorgl writingfrompositien t wmidbe 1 much more serious In Ireland they are all up in arms against the whisky tax as a blow at Jand + dustries left in Ireland and I trust underthiswhlRkytrade 1 mditlonnlsaloonkeepers are getting 7s and 4d whiskysoldso unanimous Is the action of tho publicans in this respect that one refusedtoIilrices comradesInoppressesIreland snoonkeeperswho t IsintimeIrishmIbelieveall sidesvtheDublinbeentryhmgwar on the Ministry and the Irishparty The Daily Independent is tho nillJ10nnlre ecTalwnhasim Im s presentIrisha violent speech at a meeting of constituencyanti ofthearmy of revolt against the Irish exasperationofa factor to be counted with the new revolt will manyothersgetsuchsituation IFurthermoroleslgI1t1Qn certainly give good ground for another session of Parliament and even some is mentioned which will give equally good ground for another thattheappealtoward to two or three years more ofoffice bobetterelection providedawaysgetLiberal maybeyearstoAnyhowIof a Liberal Government for two ifnot three years more will have a Irishla1ll1l0rds ittheJpranand speed worse budgets progresss tobefragilenstandthemonthsdefendingto beflven him by interpolating time btween different stages of the budget The landlords are getting more reasonable the Gov ernment iis getting stronger and mutiny is In its mist gasp and the e this 1 feel confident that time end session will see the land pfOblen legislationfor an upward and onward spring to ward the settlement of the national question ST ANNS SCHOOL- I The closing exercises of St Anns lleldtltoschoolrayeveningl neroFatherpupils in inviting the public to atmtend DEADyTime reposeofwhodieeltOwensborQlast SaturdayitaschUrchInThe remains were taken to Nazareth placerwas a well knoW teacher in time ore f the Slater of qCharity oC enteringf t ac Miss Anna Vaughan I x c KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAN Advancememen IRISH of flMERIGflU Irish Americans ad Catholics Order of Hibernians Young Mens Catholic Knights of America PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher II11TU6KY DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Poitotllce if SecoodCluj Slitter l KENTUCKY UNION ABEt CDUNCILJI IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Weal Oren 51 SATURDAY JUNE 12 1909 WATCH YOUR BOYS The drowning of a twelveyearold boy in the Ohio river last Sunday afternoon and the narrow escape of four others who were being swept to destruction over the falls ought to be a warning not to the youths alone but to parents as well The end of the school season is at hnnd and boys are very venturesome Parents should know where their children are at all times It may seem a little hard on the boys but y It will save them from death and the family many a heartache Boys arc also prone to jump street cars and even raijroad trains Much of this could be stopped and many accidents prevented by a little more care on the part of parents INSURING UNEMPLOYED Some of themore enlightened and more liberal of the Engllsii statesmen I have taken an advanced viewS of the lafior question They see unemployed workmen means the breaking up of the homes and the destruction of homes means the disintegration of the nation TimeS t United States and other great dustrial nations have almost all the time more or less unemployed workers but the situation in Great Britain is worse than anywhere else in the world anti there is no sign of improvement Something has to be done but what Legislation to insure L workers against lack of em ployment is to be introduced at the next session of Parliament It might have been done ere this baa not time German war scare arose Seven large industries are to betaken in hand The men engaged in them and their employers will be obliged to make contributions to a fund which will be supplemented by a State grant When the worker has lost his job through no fault gf his own he will apply to one of the labor exchanges which are to be established forthwith and if work is not found for him through the agency of the exchange an allowr nnce will be paid him That will prevent the breaking up of his home and the possible destruction of his usefulness as a laborer In modern industry with its spasms of intense productive Industry followed by longer or shorter periods of stagnation steady em plo ment for all is out of the ques tion The workman suffers and the employer often suffers also When he is ready to take on a full force he finds that many bf his old trained employes have drifted away and he complains of a scarcity of skilled labor- Something could be dpne through the joint action of employers and employes to mitigate the hardships of the inevitable dull seasons If an Sfarrangement were made for working longer hours when there was a rush of orders and shorter hours when orders fell off a smaller number of men would be required in a par ticular trade There would not lie those surpluses of labor which oJsignify so much distress in dull However willing employers be to agree to such an ar 1 1seasons it would not accord with of labor unions They do 4not approve of anything which may diminish the number of men needed in a trade at a particular time as longer hours would J That is Well understood iin Great Britain Hence it is necessary for the State to attempt to deal with an ulcer which is weakening the productive capacity of the nation VJn less men temporarily out of employ mcnt can be carried alopg until better times come a considerable percentage of them will degenerate Into wastrels They should be saved for their own sakes and that of their country The Liberal administration has resolved to undertake Une worn i of saving1 them I RULED AGAINST NEGRO We are wont to rend and to hear much of the mistreatment of the negro iji the South but day by day it develops that the negro is treated better in the South than in the North and East To cite a cnsotn SpoThtRecentlya negro was arrested in reV York on the charge of rob bery and was in jail for two liours It developed that he was innocent S of thp charge and had borne a good reputation He sued for damages and the juryawarded him 2600 The case came for review before Jurfge Dugro of the Supreme Cqurt who agreed to let the verdict stand pro 5 vlded tlo negro would consent to have the damages reduced to 50pV Time negro refused whereupon JuBtloA Dugro jwt Mlfle the judg in nt nig action hM been utai ed Jl the Appellate fflvUion Inc U J menting on the case time editor of the Syracuse Herald remarks The striking feature of the case is the reasoning whbreon JusticeS Dugro based his decision He plainly intimates that the damages allowed by the jury were relatively excessive because the plaintiff is a negro and that if he had been a white man a different view of the damages Would be taken because the injury he sus tamed would have been propor tionately greater Tills amounts to a proposition that the social caste of the black man is such that his reputation is subject to a different judicial measurement from that of the white man The Appellate divis ion though not arguing the case with the same frankness as Justice Dugro seems to have accepted this proposition as substantially true It certainly ought not to be true yet it is impossible to challenge Justice Dugros statement of fact All that can be said was that the jury was a more gallant antI generous champion of moral as distinguished from technical justice than was time Judge The decision derives special signifi cance however from the fact that Justice Dugro is regarded as one of the fairest anti most conscientious as he is one of the most experienced Ijurists on the metropolitan bench The Louisiana State Federation of Catholic Societies which met in New Orleans this week adopted resolutions urging the censuring of scandalous crimes unwritten law trials and divorce suits This is a move in the rigHt direction and if the National Federation would take up the matter much good might come of It WHO LORIMER IS This is what the Catholic Citizen of Chicago says about time neW United States Senator from Illinois Illinois has elected William Lorimer to time United States Senate for a term ending March 4 1015 Larimer is of English birth of Scotch par entage anti married to an Irish wife nee Susan Mooney who is a good Catholic and the mother of ten chil dren Lorimer affiliates with the polItics Democratic yearnings because he pr1IIcgea street car conductor and from a maker of ungrammatical sentences he has grown thanks to native Industry anti night schools to be a smooth talker on a wide variety of public questions In Chicago politics he is known as the blonde boss and we are informed that he enjoys great popularity among a large ele ment of the IrishAmerican Chi cagoese ST MAKYS TUB VICTORS Manual High Schools ball team which won the championship of Louisville from the High School last Saturday was bereft of its laurels on Tuesday The Louisville boys went to St Marys College near Lebanon to take that team into camp Instead the tables were rc versed Two games were played one in the morning and one in the afternoon and St Iarys College boys won both games The morning game was close anti exciting and ended with the score four to three against Manual The afternoon game was well fought but the Louisville boys were no match for their ad versaries who won by a score of nine to nothing NO THIRD TErn Gov John Burke of North Dakota haft declined to stand for a third term as Governor of his State Twice is enough for me is the way the Democratic executive of the Re publican State puts it I did not want to be nominated the first time Irnn but the second time I naturally wanted nn indorsement limit this time I feel that I have hind enough and am positively through He is an IrishAmerican a Catholic and a member of the Knights of Columbus ORDAINED NEXT TUESDAY Emmett Th Kennedy of this city who has been a student at Mount St Marys Seminary Emmitsburg Mdt during the past seven years will be ordained at the seminary next Tues day morning Time Bight Rev Ed ward P Allen Bishop of Mobile will Administer the sacrament of holy orders On the following Sunday Father Kennedy will celebrate his first mass in St Brigids church Louisville He is a Louisvllle1 oy and was raised in the Highlands where his mother still resides ORDER ABOLISHED Pius X Jias abolished time order of St Peter established by PiuS IX This order had ihte right to grant a certain decoration Irregularities arising from this right especially in France were n altogether r foreign to its suppression- WOMAN Woman was made put of the rib takeR frornthesklebf man notout of Ills head to rule him but out of lilA side Jt V be his equal wither lila arm Jto Jw protected and near his heart to be loved r s I SOCIETY I Miss Margaret McDonogh has gOne to Knoxville to spend the summer Ijlrs Joe Monohan of Parkland has as her guest Mrs Mary Martin of Palo Alto Cal Miss Nellie Ilanleyof 1214 West Oakstreet is convalescing after a severe spell of illness Mr and Mrs Patrick Clifford have returned from n bridal trip to New York and other Eastern citiesI Miss Anna Belle Mifrray has re turned to Clifton after t visit to her brother James Murray at Newport I Misses Mary and Annie OBrien of Owensboro are visiting their cousin Miss Ora OBrien at Mt Washington I Misses Margaret Muir of Lexington and Mary Moriarity of Ash land are visiting relatives in South Louiuvillc Miss Alice Cronan Secretary of the State Board of Equalization has returned from Frankfort to her i home in this city Miss Ella McMahon of 82C South Fifteenth street has gone to spend the summer with relatives at Muncie Ind and St Louis Miss Florence Mattingly who is attending time academy at Georgetown will returij to her home in the Highlands on June 20 Mrs J K Leahy of Crescent 11111 has returned from Springfield where she was the guest of her tlaughter Mrs Walter Leachman Mrs C J OBrien ofBlrmingham Ala is spending several weeks in South Louisville as the guest of Mrs H F Welsh and Mrs M B Hoffman Mrs Thomas Moran and daughter Miss Aleen and Mr and Mrs Charles Jenkins of South Louisville have gone to Atlantic City for a fortnight The Misses Keaney will leave Mon day afternoon for St Marys Ky to attend the commencement exercises of St Marys College on Tuesday morning- Mrs Anna Thoben has announced the engagement of her daughter Miss Mary Anna Thoben to Victor K Weber The wedding will take place in the fall Clement A Hennlng of Mayficld and bride nee Miss Christine Emler Mayfieldthe groom in this city Mrs William B Doherty and children Miss Mary Henrietta Doherty and Paul D and William B spendtimeMrs W Gregory OKourke and children Raymnd oand lichen will leave today to spend several days with Miss Nellie McAulIffe at St Springfield Mrs Phil Wagner of Oakdale en tertained Sunday with a party in honor of the confirmation of1Crlittle son Edward who was con duringthe tlOl1ghtrIRSbeen the guests of Mr and Mrs John C Graves on South Fifth street this week They came to attend time Shrlners meeting H A Buddfcke and bride formerly Miss Claire C Henry of Madison Ind will return from their bridal tour on July 1 and will begin housekeeping at 811 East Breckinridge street Mr and Mrs Edward J Schneider who were married at St Anthonys church Tuesday have gone to the Northwest for an extended bridal tour They will be at home to their friends at 1314 Willow avenue after August 15 Mrs Schneider was Miss Mary Elizabeth Nadorff One of the prettiest weddings of the summer season was that which made Miss Lula Katherine Gatto Mrs Edward A Eyl and It was solemnized by the llev Father Martin OConnor at St Michaels church mornIngMiss malt and John Gatto brother of the bride was best man After time ceremony Mr nnu Mrs Eyl left on a short Eastern trip and will be at home to their friends at 1230 East Broadway after next Friday Miss Mary Jane McBride and Frank C Pilson were united in mat rimony by the Rev Father P M J Rock at the Cathedral of the As sumption at C oclock Wednesday morning After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Pilson were tendered a breakfast at the home of the brides parents Filth and Chestnut streets groomsfamllone Miss Amelia A McBride a sis ter of the bride was time bridesmaid and Walter Pilson brother of the groom was best man Miss Louise Olges and Edmund P Wulf will be united in matrimony ot St Johns church Clay anti Walnut streets at 830 oclock next Wednes day morning The Her Father Schuhmann will perform the cero mony and will also celebrate the nuptial high mass The bride is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Olges of East Broadway and is member of St Johns choir The lucky groom is a well known drug ofIrintyCouncil eglnkeepingChestnut streetsSMiss Wilhelmina Esfield and Will lam G Doerr will be united intl1eholy bowls of matrimony at St Bonifaces church at 9 oclock on the morning of June 29 Mil Margaret Ballman will be the bridesmaid anti Joseph Buffeher wlll1Je the best man Nuptial high mass will follow theMrmass nll red a wedding breakfast and reception I 718 at parentsEa couple will make their home at 2312 Portland avenue The bride is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Casper Esflclu and the fortunate yoUng man is associated with hisS brother Harry Doerr in the facture of wagons ANttELUS BELL Sold to Disturb Slumbers I of Some Wisconsin Sleepers Wisconsin Catholics are amusedI over the latest protest of Protestants in their State Madison Catholics are much incensed over the attempt to prohibit the ringing of the nngelus at 0 oclock in the morning A number of property owners who claim to be aroused from slumberland at thatt time of the day have presented petition to the Council asking thatl forbldl1lngthisThe Catholics ridicule the idea thatl these people are disturbed after haying become accustomed to the bells which have been ringing at that time for the last fifty years llev Alois Zitterel veteran rector of Holy lie deemer church has come out with a stinging rebuke to those residents of Madison who pretend to be awak ened by the ringing of the bOIls andI it is believed that this letter which has been sent to the Council willi have the effect of quieting the agE tation Similar attempts have been mnd1n previous years without results RECENT DEATHS The funeral t f William A Onau who died at the family residence 013 South Twentysixth street Sat urday afternoon took place from St Charles Borromeo church Monday morning He is survived by his wife who was formerly Miss Lilly B Van Arsdale The deceased was highly respected by all who knew him IIourlgnnllmanyfrientisJohn M Hotirigan aged thirteen years who died at the family res- Idence 1614 Lytle street Saturday placefrommorning The funeral of Mrs Katherine Basse who died at the family rca idence 508 East Green street Sunday morning took place from St Boni faces church Wednesday morning and was largely attended The deceased was fiftyfive years old and was from early glrlhood a devout member of St Bonifaces church She is survived by her husband Bernard Bosse who has the sympathy of many friends in his grief- COMMUNION DAY Tomorrow will be the regular UolyXnmeStates In Louisville the members will approach the holy table at St Louis Bertrands church at Ute 6 oclock molts It will fall within the octave of Corpus Christ nncl every member is urged to attend on ac count of the feast In the United States the Solemnity is observed on the Sunday following the feast RECEPTION AND EUCHRE Time Ladies Auxiliary of the A 0 receptioninnext Wednesday evening The ladies have issued a cordial invitation to citytobytimeis in store for them There will be good mjisic and an abundance of refreshments MAJOR GAULTS BIRTHDAY Major John Gault the oldest conductor in the service of the L and N railroad celebrated his seventy second birthday at the family res- ilIence Sixth and St Catherine streets last Sunday The day was quietly spent with his wife and fam ily but a number of friends called to wish him many happy returns of the day Ills children are Mrs W H Price Miss Rose Gault and John Gault a well known engineer STOLE A MARCH Magistrate Adam Spahn who went to St Paul Minn a fortnight ago bybringingwas solemnized at St Paul on June 3 Time bride u charming little hvdy was Miss Lizzie Asmussen prior to time marriage Squire pJtiiiii and his bride will make their home with the grooms mother at 736 East Jeffer son street SEW DOMINICAN ACADEMY According to the daily papers the community of Dominican nuns at St Springfielti chased 125 acres of land near proceedtoWork on the buildings is to begin at once and itis expected that the new academy will be ready for oc cupancy within two years ABBOTS IN NEW YORK The Bight llev Edmund M Obrccht Abbot of Qethsemane AugustlnaMarrepistil in the East on Monday and for several days the two this tinguished visitors were guests at the archepiscopal residence la New York City Bishop Marre is about to return to Europe after making attour of the houses of his order In this country NEW WORLDS RECORD John Flannagan of the New York Irish Amerlcan Athletic Club made a jiev worlds record throwing the sixteenpound hammer front a seven foot circle last Sunday lie threw time missile 74 feet 3 Inhmemp beating Jtatfjicyratha 173 feet 7 inches CONSISTORY POSTPONED Popebaoof holdinga oonfclstory to create new- sCanlin lt 1 l KNIGHTS OP COLIIBDS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The little State of Connecticut has seventythree councils Illinois has 112 councils with more in process of organization Pennsylvania has 150 councils with a membership of over 17000 Evansville Council cleared 1000 on its minstrel performance to secure funds for a permanent home Massachusetts is the largest State In the order in point of insurance members with 11830 out of a total of 70160 The order is growing rapidly in the Empire State and S15 councils were represented at the State Count cil which met at Binghamton lust month Knights in the State of Washing ton expect to have big doings at Seattle in connection with the AlaskanYukonPacific Exposition on August 14 15 and 1C FIIIST MASS TOMOIHIOW Edward T Illlger will be ordained lit St Melnrads Seminary by the night Itev Bishop ODonoghue this morning and will celebrate his first Newiyoung man from St Marys congre gation to become n priest lIe is a 180n of Thomas huger of New Al bany anti a grandson of Col Thomas huger of Columbus Ind one of the oldest survivors of Jhe Mexican war and for many years a leading citizen of Louisville RIVEKVJEW PARK IHverview Park is being well pat- ronIzed during the present spell of warm weather and there is no more delightful place around the city to spend a few pleasant hours Don Philippini and his band furnish ex ccllent music anti the new dancing hall is superb Col Lum Simons is doing everything possible to make the place attractive to parents as well as children and lias a competent force of men on hand at all times to preserve good order NARROW ESCAPE Mr and Mrs John Tully had a nar row escape from very serious injury Tuesday night They were standing at Third and Main streets watching the Shrlners parade when a chair fell from the third story of the Postal Telegraph building and struck them Mrs Tully was bruised on the head and Mr Tully suffered n black eye They were removed to their home at 113 North Third street Fortunately their injuries were not serious FOUR GRADUATES The closing exercises of St Leos parochial school will be held in the school hall at Highland Park next Thursday evening and a pleasing programme of vocal and instrumental music has been arranged The Ursuline Sisters have carefully trained time children and those who attend will witness something above the ordinary The graduates will be Jacob Mnrcell Frank Wright Margaret Schwierman and Carrie Kuhn PLAN GENERAL MEETING Branch C Catholic Knights of America will meet at St Martins Hall Shelby and Gray streets next Wednesday evening and the members plan to make it a general meet- Ing of nil time Knights in the three Falls Cities A number of excellent nsseinblyItefreshmcnts those who attend will have nn oppor tunity to become better acquainted with his brother Knights MACKINS lUG SMOKER Mackln Council is making great preparations for its social session and smoker which is to be held at the club house next Tuesday even- Ing The occasion will celebrate the liquidation of the last of Mackin Councils indebtedness and every member is urged to be present Several good speakers will help to en liven the occasion MOTION PICTURES The Casino Princess and Columbia Theaters enjoyed a big week as a result of Ute advent of so many strangers and the business each afternoon and night was good The playhousesand all the films shown are first class Another good run of motion pictures is promised for next week HAPPY ORPHANS A class of children at St Josephs Orphan Asylum Crescent 11111 re ceived first holy communion last Sunday morning Time Right EOT Bishop McCloskey visited the asylum Thursdays morning and administered the sacrament of confirmation to the same class SAM WILHITE HONORED City Comptrolled Sam M Wilhltc of Louisville has returned from Detroit lIch where he went to attend the Convention of the Na tional Association of Comptroller and Accounting Officers He was honored by an election as National Treasurer of the association FORTY HOURS PRAYER Forty Hours prayer will begin at time 10 oclock mass at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at Washing on and Buchanan streets tomorrow morning The ladies of the Altar Society have tastefully decorated the sanctuary for the occasion GOOD WORK IN CHINA According to authentic advices the Catholic church is making favorable progress in China At present there re 1200 European and COO Chinese rIestm ministering to flocks aggrf gating one million in the Flowery Kingdom HOLY NA3lESGUOWTJf Fiftacn new branches tit the ftoly Name Society have been eitablUhed ince April J4 t I OPERA EL=CAPITAN BYTUE CECILIAN CHORAL CLUB MASONIC THEATRE Monday Evening June 14 Under the Direction of THOS E EVANS Leo A Schmitt Musical Director Philip Hager Master of Dances Cast Includes Misses Marie Costigan Imelda Shea Louise Forst and J J Flynn M Tello Webb D J Maloney Edward Wolfe P W Hager John J Crotty John H Richard and W J Imorde SUPBERD CHORUS 8O OF SOLO VOICES SEATS 1JUNEtfrLYou Ought to See 5tIieGenuine GenuinePanama Ha- tsLEVYS at For 3 And Others at 575Oand1Of Oni ReorganizationSale Is in full sway and we are pleasing hundreds of cus tomers with values that can not be equaledelsewhere Call and be convinced tlubbu6h Bros 522 524 W MARKET STREET 88FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST c Glias ft Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thtlr kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles or zynny DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street CB THOMPSONR- osebuds FLORIST a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteedS LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 428 FOURTH AVENUE AVENUE THEATRE BUILDING We love good teeth but oh those bad ones cAn be fixed at pmall cost at the Louisville Dental Parlors 1ioMit rilONK OOBO THOS JWELSHDLS Mgr II j D 1 f SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILESI FOR 150 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of LouisvilleO- ne of the above steamers leaves everySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where arrivinghomeROUND TRIP ONLY 50c I FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE I riiSONE MANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 417 Fourth st IPrincess theater jeficsiect Columbia Theater Fourth 7 Ave Dreamland Theater Ma 444 eSet We cater especially to Ladies and Children RIVERVIEW PARK Louisvilles Brightest Spot FREE CONCERTS Catering especially to ladies and children Dancing every afternoon and evening except Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSSocials Outings greatlyimprovod througboutParties agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts All new Spring and Summer tylesI and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work fl specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 MONON ROUTE BETWEENSLOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Bud n Springs 5 UNION STATION LOUISVILLgS DEARBORN STATION CHICAGOS Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Dftwln Room Sltipiri T EHBACON D PAi- N W Cqr eSItLOUr iv 0 KENTUCKY IRISH A1MERIOAJS 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 r BartholomewIt CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEH Xx rH AXJVGXSYlSXCXAXr DISTRICT Composed or 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party iflo0 NOVElBER ELEOTION 1909 WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTS CLER-KS to the Action of the Democratic Party 1904 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAefiERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFi- fth District First Second a d Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURQEVIN t CANDIDATE FOR Ire JUDGEJEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELWOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT EmbalmersBoth Phones 2098 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOB 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 mast Main Street NOOOAOOOONe0OO0O00N 000N001000NO0OON0 6OOOOIN 4 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS curtaqarrurI ed on 1531 W MARKET STREET t t NON Oran W Smiths Sfifl AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETcI TELEPHONE 810 I KEENANt1- L Funeral Director and Embalmer L TELEPHONE 365 ill calls promptly attended to day or night Carriage turnUhed for all occatlooa 1225 w MARKET ST Give your boys as education that will pre pare them for life v 5T XAVIERS COLLEGE n 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaveriaa Brother CUu ical Scientific and BtMtatM Courses Preparatory De JIqITJ a D o Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1O77 HEM AAIJIJ1 PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3639 528 Fifth Street HENRY flUNOLD BBAX8R IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCUSS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whkiwr Specialty PH Wt54DWWALUT J n 7 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolt I the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes organized Auxiliary No 11 of New Britain Conn has a membership of 425 A military tenm is one of the Innovations furnished by Auxiliary 11 of New Britain Conn Division 1 of Memphis received holy communion in a body at St Bridgets church last Sunuay- A new division of the Ladies Aux JerseyCitybers Ladles Auxiliary No 12 of New Haven Conn conferred the degrees on a class of 154 candidates at a recent initiation Plymouth county Massachusetts has 1313 members in good standing and a cash capital of 8000 not Inv eluding valuable real estate Next Thursday Division 7 of Syra cuse will conduct work in the first second and third degrees and will be formally presented with the gavel recently won from Division 5 On Thursday evening Division 1 of Memphis held memorial exercises in honor of the late President James Ileilly The State Chaplain the Her Father John 1C Larkin of Johnson City Tenn took a prominent part in the exercises Members of the order will have a Holyokebassof the Hampden County Board Fifteen divisions representing 1700 members will participate It is ex pected to Jje the greatest demon WesternMassachusetts FONTAINE FERRY PARK The visiting Shrlners found a sure enough oasis in the desert at Fon taine Ferry Park this week and when they were not busy marching or drilling they boarded cars or automobiles and sought shelter in its cooling shades The open air con certs were quite enjoyable Next week the tirod Louisville seek rest and recreation theresome thing much needed after a weeks hospitality HERO REMEMBERED Six weeks ago Michael Donlin a porter at a railway station at Mer- iden Conn lost his life in rescuing a woman and child who were about passengertrainNew Haven railroad has sent 500 to Donlins aged parents in Ireland and the Meriden division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has erected a handsome monument over his grave OUT OF POLITICS Richard Croker who went from Ireland to England to witness the great Derby returned home last Saturday Before leaving London he was the center of attraction for many prominent Englishmen He said that the failure of Sir Martin the American horse was clearly due to accident Mr Croker also said that he was forever out of politics and was living his ideal life on his Irish estate COMET COMING The great comet that is coming generalinterestcause general discussion of the nature of these occasional visitors and when that discussion is over the public the common readers will know more about the universe in which we live and about the forces that operate the machinery of the wonderful solar system NEW UNIVERSITY The new Biblical Institute founded by Pius X will open its doors at the beginning of November American Bishops will be asked to send some of their best students to complete a course in Scripture there as the It as of the greatest importance that every country should be represented in the new university NEW ALBANY LADY DEAD The funeral or Mrs Amelia Hana fee of New Albany took place from Holy Trinity church Wednesday morning Mrs Hanafee was highly respected by all who knew her and her many friends sympathize with her husband John Hanafee in his grief WAIT FOR JULY 2Ot The people of St Leos parish have a new greeting for their friends Meet me at Highland Park on July 29 Arrangements for the annual outing on the church lawn tnnt afternoon are progressing favorably and a large attendance is promised FANCIES OF FASHION Black hats have never been so high in favor Wide velvet ribbons on hats are a sudden fad New corsets are lopg and are al most without curves Roomy armholes are appearing in wraps for dress wear Patches of embroidery appear at random on spring gowns Mulberry mauve taupe and leather all promise to be popular shade A large number of the straws this season are In the color of corn ripe from the sickle Challles and pongees appear with many forms of border as well as the cotton materials For summer wear the fashion is hand wrought bags of linen with parasol to correspond Some of the new petticoats of grass linen have edges of ruffles and lawnI occasions are pretty accompanied by a brood band of beads jewels or velvet Thq mantles of the sixties of till last century are going to have a big run next season if promises jthlit dull finished jfabrioa the call nor flnjwnhtl I 7 r 1 l 1lIII t Habit nGet the habit of spending I n IItyJ J II tt t JlINGSJl TEREST Start it and getI the H habitII Ky Title f I I Itltl m tt ttand 1m J Trust Co m f jtjtFiftb and Court Place 1m dally untl 3 p t until 7 p mIJIJ PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeftertonvllle lled OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Oood Dental Work Done For the Least Money Oar Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DRSN J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFIOE 542 FIFTH STREET HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND filiphont 1048 234 SIXTH STREET WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LERTER PROP Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock X42 2V GREEN p3iT HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING lobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street scarfs of tulle or chiffon are often waysbetweenI DONT LADIES Dont bite thread Ladles who do much sewing frequently suffer a great deal from soreness of the mouth and are at a loss to ascertain the trouble Half the time it is simply the result of biting off thread instead of using a pair of shears for the case of silk thread the danger is quite marked because it is usual to soak the thread in acetate of lead partly to harden it and also perhaps 1to increase its weight somewhat If this practice is followed regularly and very much maybeblood poisoning WHERE AVATER WASTES New York Citys fire department is expected to use considerable water in the extinguishing of fires but the Commissioner of the water depart ment says that less Is used at the fires than in the fire houses where there is great waste NEW ironic SNIPPING The marine reports show that 37b ship 1eftitheporJ of New fork last wreak n r i tT IIRELAND Record of the float Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges i Extra police guards are watching certain ranches in South Leltrim which are under dispute Magistrate Thomas Hanna of Carrickmacross has recovered from his recent spell of illness Twentyseven head of cattle were driven off the grazing land of H V McNamara in County Clare Hie Itev Father Martin Commons pastor of tne parish of Claregalvay is dead at a very advanced age Christopher Rockford has been Cellbridgedistrictcil An extensive cattledrive has taken place on the grazing lands of Harris Longford fordDr WestportCounty LoulsburghtDispensary The Westmeath County Council has appropriated 30000 for the erection of a town hall The building will also contain county offices The Glnsnevin cemetery authorities objectionstomemorial cross which 13 soon to be erectedThe ruins of St Mels Cathedral CountyLongfordsale of the Featherston property at ArdaghRapid progress is being made with the erection of the Cottages at CountyWicklowfour families Magistrate John McDevitt Aus trian Consul at Derry has been presented by Emperor Francis Joseph with his golden jubilee cross as a testimonial of regard The Royal Humane Society has presented a testimonial to John OLeary of the city of Waterford for ids bravery in rescuing a boy who had fallen Into the river Michael Callan sixtythree years of age died recently at his home In Dublin He was formerly a well known merchant at Drumass Innis keen and was highly respected Mrs James Johnston who con ducted the extensive corn business established by her late husband at Dundalk has sold out to John M Cox also n resident of Dundalk The lady rate collector of the New bridge Town Commissioners Mrs Ellen Clancy has collected every penny of the rates this year She is the best collector in Queens countyMrs Rose ONeil the aged house keeper for Patrick McCourt ofI dead near fireplace was the in her room badlyburnedMichael Raleigh of Ballyriggan County Limerick died as the result of an assault made upon him by pensionerOBrieninsane asylum Sir Theodore Hubert Burke is dead at Glinisk County Galway at the age of seventysix years The deceased baronet was a veteran of the Crimean war and Indian mutiny and a brother of Thomas Burke who with Lord Cavendish was assas sinated in Phpenlx Park in 1882 LISTEN TO MOTHER Girls listen to your mothers twill u never regret it No matter what your advantages are above what hers were you are no better You can rest assured that it is not book learning or knowledge of fashion that will keep your feet away from the many pitfalls that she can warn you from In a tender loving fashion that you would do well to heed No matter how moth ers may speak you may rest assured their hearts are in the right place and that they want their daughters to be innocent and gdpd rather than fashionable IRISH SAYINGS I A man is bothered until he is married then he is bothered entirely- A kind word never broke a tooth Many a mans tongue has broken his nose God never shuts one door but that He opens two The silent mouth is melodiou- sIt is bad manners to talk of ropes in the house of a man whose father was hanged It is better to have a bald head than no head at all HELPS FOR WIVES Strong tea will stop bleeding from a cut Lavender scented sheets are said to Induce slumber A shampoo made of egg quinine and green soap Is good A little ammonia In the water will make window cleaning easy Carbollzed vaseline has soothing qualities for chapped hands Do riot put a glove away that Is still damp from the heat of the hand If clothespins are heated in the oven they will not stick when used Equal parts of tea and lukewarm water Is a good solution for sponging plantsIf the nails have a tendency to break try rubbing with vaseline every night Pistache nuts salted In the shell are a dainty addition to the luncheon or dinner menu When you have occasion to use plaster of parts mix it with vinegar instead of water Too much salt in gravy may be counteracted by putting a pinch of brown sugar In it To make a cake flavored with cot fee use strong coffee in place oi milk in mixing the batter To candy lemon peel boll it In sugar and then expose to the air until the sugar crytallzes The fashion In birthday cakes has whiffled and now one candle for the whole life IB the thing By soaking beans peas and other dried vegetables thoroughly much fuel will be saved In the cooking 1i 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 DANIEL E QSULLIVAN CANDIDATE FOR Prosecuting Attorney JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 November Elictlon 1909 a Dr6e 6 scuott CANDIDATE F- OR6ORONER JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party 4 v0O 4ONONNN10HN000 POOOOONOOOOOOON0000000 WE WANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly I and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTINGI 0 Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN O1O VEST GREEN STTZICKT 44+ ++ + + + ++ 4 + + 44 FRANK FEHR BREWING COr JNCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR y SPECIAL BREWJs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Ielephone452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 191THE WIEDEMANNINCCRP- ORATZDBREWING t COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber a D user Managers Louisville K- yBreingWest Louisville Go INCORPORATED ThirtyFourth and Market Streets Brewers of cc DOUBLE BREWCREAM Bottled Expressly for Family Use Home Phones 33088000 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=5treet Breweryi812 and 814 CLAY STREETtTelephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY J JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 io 1408 Story Avenue J BOTH PHONES 191 LOillSVlLtB KY o r 1 y- c 4e7 J VF 4 t KE1 TTiSOKY IRISH AJMERIOAN ALTERATION SALE fr OF THE BIG STOREI- s a money saver Time is drawing near Dont delay but reap the harvest I Mens an- dTHE Boys Clothing Hats and Furnishings 424 Weit Market St BIG STORE Between Poirth and Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE dr CO NN N+ N 4++44 4 e 0 10 0 11 e 10 11 0 10 I MONUMENTS I 2Yo1 largement of our workshop we offer iii a our extensive STOCK OF FIRSTZ il t itili I it 11 4+ N + + 1e 0 N 0 1 1010100111011111N0 MUSIC IN THE HOMEi Is at all times essential and there Is no time when it is ape predated more than in the summer A- FARRANDCECILIAN 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 FarrandC- ecillanMONTENEGRORIEHM1 MUSIC CO Incorporated oQlsoao FOURTH AVENUIC GiXS3CX8 Shriner Week Promises to be pretty hot No better Cooler than iced tea and to get the best you must get JMULLOYS TEAS 45cexcellent MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER Home Phone 1333 Slt140 W IVIATeiCIBT SXRICST DR JT CHAWKx Veterinary Infirmary and r Horse Shoeing Forger SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For end Delivered Both Ph6nes 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET r 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 t Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Candidate For Bailiff Police Court Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party iiFALLSCITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street uAre Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELIPHfNEfi Nwge7S717172 Cum Wst U c ttsuvATORu r- v i NEW COUNCIL r Of Knights Established at Pancy Farm Last i Sunday A class of sixtythree candidate was received into the Knights of Columbus at 1nducah last Sunday The new recruits were made up of thirtytwo men of Paducah and thirtyone from Fancy Farm iIn Graves county In the morning the Knights attended mass at St Francli de Sales church and the Initiation was held in the afternoon 1aducal Council put on the first and second degrees District Deputy P II Callahan Deputy Grand Knight and 0 team from Louisville Council exem pllfled the third degree State Dcp uty John T Donovan who is a member of Paducah Council was genera master of ceremonies The initiation also marked the establishment of Fancy Farm Council Its officers are L T nOSH Grand KnightV A Stahr Deputy Grand Knight T E Willett Chancellor G E Skinner Recorder B B Burch Financial Secretary C L Elliot Treasurer Rev Father C A1 Haesely Chaplain In the evening the new nnd old Knights sat down to nn elegau spread at the Odd Fellows Hnll Col John J Dorian presided ns toast master nnd the following toasts wen responded to Our Order P J Me Nultyof Memphis Our New Conn ell Father lIaeselyof Fanc Farm The Catholic Citizen J1T Kavanngh ofc Louisville Medical Examiners Dr II L Bradley Paducah Achievement Father George M Connor of Paducah Father Connor also invoked the theItrain hearing the Louisville degree team left the track but none was injured The Louisville members returned home loud in praise of Paducah hospitality MORE MEMBERS Are Being Entered On the Books of Division 3 A O H Division 3 A 0 II held its regular meeting Thursday night of last week with President Patrick T Sullivan presiding The attendance was quite large two applications were received James C loran was elected to membership and three new members were obligated President Sullivan also read a stirring chapter of Irish history State President Butler made a brief taut and reminded the menu bers that a joint initiation was to be held on Sunday June 13 Edward Nolan was reported on the sick list At the close of the routine bus was a number of interesting talks were made by the members for the good of the order Reports from the County Board in dicate that much progress is being made for the Fourth of July eels ration REASONS WIlY A special cablegram from London to an American paper says The resignation of 11 J Wynne American Consul General here is only tartly due to political cons leraI Ions For personal and domestic easons he is not sorry that he IsI rturning to the United States bought he ought not to stay out rf his own country for more than hree or four years as his children vere apt to grow un into English ion Instend of Americans And the TurHsh climate does not suit his vifos health Mrt Wynne was for nerly First Assistant Postmaster Olencrnl He is an IrishAmerican and a Catholic CLOSE OF SCHOOL The fortyninth closing exercises of St Johns parochial school will be held in the school hall at Clay and Walnut streets on Tuesday evening Tune 22 A pleasing programme of vocal and Instrumentalmusic and recitations The lass this year Includes John D Iradley John T Cunniffe Francis X Driscoll Theodore J Duerr Louis W Denker Joseph P kind William P lennessy John C Schmitt and lenry A Thompson HEDE3IPTO1USTS ELECT The Kedemptorist Fathers whose General Chapter has been in session in Home for more than a month aye completed the election of their tfflcers As announced several weeks ago Father Patrick Murray of Ireland was elected General of the order Father Joseph Schwartz formerly Provincial in the United states has been elected Procurator jencral the most important office ifter that of General Father fcldells Speidel of New York has jeen elected one of the five Con lulutors General Both reside at tome and with the other Con mlators General form the council of the order WEDDING AT LEXINGTON Miss Margaret M Shannon and uryenr B Durham well known oung people of Lexington were united in matrimony at the home of the bride Wednesday afternoon The rev Father Martin Delaney officiated Miss Mary E Clark null Hardy Durhmn were tIle attendants Alter the wedding Mr and Mrs Durham eft for the East on a bridal trip hey will be at home to their friends In Lexington after July 1 The brides the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Mr Durham holds n responsible position with the Vestern Union Telegraph Company BOOST TilE HOME TEAM J3t Pauls ball team TvlH cross bats with the Colonels this afternoon and here ought to be a large crowd of rooters on hand to cheer the home team Tomorrow Manager Mcr Jloskey will come with his Mil raukee leaders McCloskey is a oulsvlie product himself and Iris first baseman Dan McOann is a Ihelbyvllle boy df course these two irill draw a large crowd In addition to the regular fans While the Col meli have not done sk well lately It 1 tl because the team has been badly tLL SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O ki- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Keenan Sr Vice 1residcnt Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finega- nSergeantatArmsAndrew Curran SentinelLouis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Ston- eFinancialSecrotaryJnoT Keaney TreasurerJoseph T Lync- hSergeantatArmsJohn T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T SuUIvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J Q llesslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Xoon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second nnd Fourth Mondays Bertrand Han Sixth Street President John II llennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergcantatAnns John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall County resldentJolm Kenned- yIresldentLouis Constantine Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos 0IIeru Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 203 leets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D Clines Second Vice President Samuel L lobertson Recording SecretaryThomas F lachmanCorresponding Secretary William F Burke Financial SecretaryFrank 0 damsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andriott Inside SentlnelJ C F Bartsch Outside SentinelrWilHam D An riott 1Kon Elilqg- Jro J What the Dominican Nuns Say f8 Under date of September 0 908 The Dominican Nona of Newark N J write Two members of our community hue tried Pastor Koenlffa Nerve Tonic with favorable re suits it bat a most charming effect on the nervons system IThe sisters of the Good Shepherd at Peoria III write Sept 2 1908We used 2 bottles ol Pastor Koenfgs Nerve Tunic for a case of agra rated and obstinate laomla with extreme ner ronsnea The second bottlers not aplshed ands cure his been brought when a physician worker io rata for months The patient sleeps like s child and the nertOnneM is less each day Bandolph Kas September 1908 Forsnfteres from week nerves Pastor Koenlg NeeT ole IIs JuurpsableJt makes tbe feel log ol anxiety disappear at once one sloep better and feels like getting stronger Thl remedy U also good for bad stomach It could not beetter I snail recommend it to alt nervoa people Mae A WAOENEB A Valuable Book on Her FFREE voua Diseases and o Sample bottle to any address Poor pa tlonta also get tbe mdlclm fr Prepared by tbe Kv Firma KOSINIO of Fort Wayne lad since 1879 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street told by Drutttrlsta at S1 per Bottle 6 ftr 95 LarK Alze 175jl 6 Bottles lor SB crippled Local lovers of the game should have a little patience and boost instead of knocking RAVE BEEN HUSTLING Division 2 AO H Will Pre sent Thirty Candidates TomorrowIr- esidcut Con J Ford presided over an excellent meeting of Division 2J O II on Friday night of last week Both Secretary John Keaney and Treasurer Joe Lynch Were absent and Dave Murphy was chosen to act as Secretary for the evening A communication was read from County President P J Welsh in which he called the attention of the division to the initiation to be held at Bertrand halt tomorrow after noonPresident Ford announced that Division 2 would present thirty can didates at the appointed hour The President also delivered an Interest Inging address on the duties of the members and the necessity for reg ular attendance at meetings Ed wart Kelrnn who made his appear ance after several weeks absence was given a warm welcome Ho said he would be more regular were it not that ho lived so far from the hall DRAMATIC CLUB REHEARSES The Central Committees Dramatic Club held another fiplendld meeting Friday night of last week General Manager Ben Speaker put the em bryo performers through their paces and was well satisfied with the pre liminary rehearsal After the bust ness of the evening had been die posed of the Central Committee entertained With refreshments HEAVY TRAFFIC New York City has the largest railway system In the world and more persons are being carried within its limits each day than in any two States of the Union outside Last week its rarou line carried 5MOOO pauengen 6 epr JOINT INITIATION Local Hibernians Will Put Through a Big Class- Tomorrow The four divisions of the Ancien Order of Hibernians will hold their second quarterly meeting and n joint initiation at Bertrand Hall Sixth street between St Catherine and Oak at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon County President Pat rick J Welsh will preside and he urges every Hibernian in Louisvill topresentDivision degree team has been rehearsing diligently for severs weeks and will exemplify the degrees It Is expected that at lens one hundred candidates will be initiated into the mysteries of libelpianism Division 4 will present more than forty candidates and Division 2 will have over thirty Divisions 1 and 3 will also present goodly nura bersState President Butler and State Secretary Connelly will address the meeting on the subject of the forth coming establishment of a division at topicsdearlivered during the nfternoonI CATHOLIC HARVEST Eighteen Young Priests Are Ordained For Chicago The archdiocese of Chicago I1Is richer by eighteen priests as a result of ordinations that took place In Chicago and Kankakcc Ill last Sat urday and in Rome Italy on Sunday All of them are residents of Chicago nnd were pupils in the parochial schools before studying for the priesthoodThose wlra were ordained by Archbishop Quigley at Holy Name Cathedral last Saturday are latherEdward J McXally St Cecilias Henry Kennedy St Malachys Join B Murphy St Mels J J Sijjstein St Vincents John J OlIern All Saints J J Gearty St Gabriels I A Keely Albanyn Y Bernnre Oxlamanski Erie 1a Alexandei Knitter St Stanislaus Stephen Sullivan St Columbkills C Dono van Hamilton Out and Theodore LangfortFour others were ordained al Viatetires Seminary Kankakee nUll the other two in Rome All will be assigned to parishes in the arch diocese of Chicago The twelve or dained Saturday celebrated then parIshPXEASING PIIOGRA3IME The closing exercises of St Colum bas school will take place at tht school hall Thirtythird and Marke streets at 2 oclock in the aftornooi and 730 oclock in the evening of next Wednesday A pleasing pro gramme of vocal and Instrumental music recitations and children dramas will be given Among tin j children who will take part an Amelia Weikel Bertha Schmitt Mar Helm Rose Freeberg Mary Lqsson Stella Mattingly Martha Helm Gladys Fusco Ida Schlenk Theresa Eichberger Eleanora Butterman Annie Elhberger Marie Fusco andI Louse Rennert The public Is in vited to attend I IOPEN AIR MINSTRELS- IfI you want to see a first class min AugustinesII school lawn on any of the three even- Ings Monday Tuesday or Wednesday iJuly 12 13 and 14 Father Fetter has arranged an excellent programme Including an open air concert min trel show and comedy sketches con eluding with a cake walk A stags will be erected in the school yard and in ample number of chairs will beI placed on the lawn Admittance wit be twentyfive cents Refreshments I will be served on the grounds but here will be no wheel or soliciting of hances YOUNG MEN ORDAINED Ten young men were ordained priests in St Patricks Cathedral New York City last Saturday morn- Ing by the Right Rev Thomas F uniiuK Auxiliary Bishop of New- York On the same morning nine ecu young men who had attained the rank of subdeacon were raised youngnestto duties in the archdiocese of New York The other will return to his mtivc diocese Savannah On the same morning three other young nen were ordained in the Cathedral oungIeviteslogical studies at Dunwoodle Seinin iry DEATH OF EDWARD SCANLAN Edward Scanlan for ninny years call of the Scanlan Stove Foundry lied Monday at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Death was due io injuries received in a fall one seer previous Mr Soanlan was a lative of Ireland and was sixtyfive rears old Two t daughters Mrs Hugh Mann and Mrs George Dailey placefromWednesday morning and was attended by many Sorrowing friends and former employes BISHOP NEUMANS CAUSE A cablegram from Rome says the longregation of Rites is engaged in he process of beatification of lishop Neuman of Philadelphia Its a very slow and elaborate process but It Is expected that early next year the Cardinals of the Congrega tion of Rites will give their vote on the question whether the Bishop practiced virtue in a heroic degree Soon afterward they will be asked to pronounce on two miracles which are alleged to have been worked through him If the decision in both cases be favorable Bishop Neuman will be the first American citizen toe venerated on the altars of the Catholic church NEW YORKS AGED The proportion pf aged persons in rein York City IB increasing from rear to year There are twentytwo lomeg for these persons la the city lid they are all tilled Southern National life insurance Go I II I LINCOLN BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY If you become wholly disabled the premiums on this policy are paid by the j company This Is the ONLY COMPANY which pays your premium on this kind f of a policy Let us explain it to you Whats you age PREMIUM ON 1000 Guaranteed Net Age Rate Reduction Cost 211210 201 1009 23 1235 2 03 10 32 25 1260 205 1055 27128 207 1078 301340 210 1130 32 1380 212 1168 35 1450 215 1235 Guaranteed Net Age Rate Reduction Cost 381545 217 1327 40 1625 2 20 14 05 42 1715 222 1493 45 1900 2 25 1675 48 2165 2 28 1937 50 2390 2 30 2160 52 2710 232 20P 553310 235 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