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AMERICANs VOLUME XXIINO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANE 19 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS BLESSING 6t Cornerstone of St Cecilias New Church Drew Crowd i Very Reverend Vicar General Ofllciatcd and Preached Sermon Handsome Now Structure Will Be Monument to Pastors Zeal THE PARISH GROWING RAPIDLY f The cornerstone of the new St Cecilias church at Twentyfifth and St Cecilia street was laid and blessed with imposing ceremonies last Sunday afternoon The day was clear and not too warm and the crowd of parishioners was aug mented by representative delega Lions from many other parishes In the city Tho Rev Father A J Urady pastor of the old St Cecilias and who has been the main factor In building the new was in a very happy frame of mind when he saw the large concourse assembled Owing to the absence of the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey who was en gaged in administering the sacra ment of confirmation at St Anthonys church tho cornerstone was blessed by the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G and pastor of St Patricks lIe was assisted by the Rev Fathers A J Brady Pat rick Walsh Louis Ohio Thomas White John Sheridan Henry Bach mann Hugh Brady Dominic Crane and others After the blessing of the cornerstone the Very Rev Father Cronin preached a sermon appropriate to the occasion He reviewed the his tory of St Cecilias parish said it was a child of St Patricks and told of the mutual interest manifested by the people of both parishes in the welfare of the two churches He dwelt on tho significance of the building of a church It showed he r said the growth of the love of God among men and it represented the powerfordicates that the love of God con tinues to spread ahd the church not only honors Him but it menns the salvation of the souls of tIle par ishioners Father Cronin said the church was the home of God and the home of the people It is there we find Jesus Christ our beloved Redeemer There we go to attend mass to hear the word of God to rejoice at bap tisms and weddings and to pray for the dead The speaker also told of the building of tIle old church in 1872 and of the trials and vicissitudes encountered before it was hopethatished and dedicated in much less time It would be sacred because it was to be the dwelling place of God and where the faithful receive so many graces and blessings The congregation he said had done well in the past and would do bet ter in tne future The old church of St Cecilia was started in 1872 but many months elapsed before it was completed andidedicated The Rev Father P M J Rock now rector of the Cathedral was its first pastor and labored there several years Father McIIenry and others succeeded Father Rock and then camo tho late lamented Father Mackin who during the years that he labored there saw the wonderfullyUponwas made pastor and from tho be ginning of his work he saw the growing need of a larger church Ho found a flourishing parochial school but it was becoming too small to accommodate the pupils Ever since his advent Father Brady has made a new church and better school ac commodations the principal aim of his work Now he is about to hopesTho hand some brick and stono structure and it is now well under way It will when completed seat 050 people comfortably It will be a lastin-i monument to father Brady who has given his time his labor and hi earthly means to bring about Its completion and dedication CENTRAL COMMITTEE Held Interesting Bulsness Session and Heard Reports The Central Committee C Kot-A had a splendid business meeting on Friday night of last week attendance was fair and President Scbalda presided for the first time since his recent spell of illness Tha delegates wore glad to see him once moro wielding the gavel WilliamI M Higgins in behalf of the Enter tainment Committee reported that i performancohad girano t month The date will be announcedd laterHarry Veeneman reported prog ress for the Membership Committee It was decided that as many of th delegates as possible would visl nightEugenee JUtiMl Committee reported thai e erY torythrae 1orltl U G branches to have their respective classes ready and to report the names at the next meeting The joint initiation will bo held on tIle night of the second Friday in July William T Median head of tho degree team nnd his colaborcrs have been rehearsing diligently The paraphernalia has been received nnd tho first exemplification of the new ritual promises to bo very impres sive The clergy of the three Falls Cities will bo invited to attend Ben Beckmann reported progressSfor the dramatic club has about twenty members Charles Falk invited the Central Committee to attend tho general mooting and jjollification to bo held by Branch G on Wednesday evening President Schalda and Oscar Maier made interesting addresses Reports from the various branches were quite encouraging KNIGHTS GATHERED Branch 6 Kept Open House For Benefit of All The general meeting of the Cath olic Knights of America under the auspices of Branch G at St Martins Hall on Wednesday night was well attended and a number of interest- ingl and instructive talks were madetPresident Oscar Maier presided over the business meeting of Branch G and the necessary routine was dis patched with due celerity The social session followed with Major Gen Michael Iteichert presiding lIe made a happy address at the outset and then introduced John Kinney of Jeffersonville who made an excel- lentl talk on life insurance in general and gave a practical demonstration to show that a policy in the Cath olic Knights of America was cheaper and safer than any other His address held the attention of tho members throughout Charles J Desse told what Branch 25 was doing F J Bartsch of Branch 36 made a plea for the Knights to go after more young men William T Meehan told what the degree team was doing Gen- usG Kane spoke in behalf of the Uniform Rank and called for recruits Other interesting talks llIgginsJohnHolley and Ben Cruise Secretary of Central Committee During the evening refreshments were served in abundance HIGH MASS AT SEA Monsignor Farley Writes of Celebration On the Voyage r The Right Rev Monsignor Patrick J Hayes Chancellor of the archdio cese of New York received a letter from Ills Grace Archbishop Farley l ParleywasawroteboardHe partWe approaching the coast of Spain and will reach Gib altar tonight we hope Up to a few days ago we have been having cold weather but fortunately no rough seas The absence of warm disappointmentto hopedtoair of the first few days However the last two days have done wonders l almostleftislandi of St Michael Azores just at sunset It certainly was a beautiful Dolgadawherepeople and is the cleanest city of judgment theheartallkindsfeast of IfunctionTracycelebratedApostolle BrookloYnJosephtho andthepresent in full canonicals Tho chow prtltsandhuntmrcdThepreached by Bishop Hoban gDINGIIAM FOR MAYOR Hon Robert W Bingham has an nounceds ofLouisvillethe Democratic party Mr Bingham ablolawyergreatexeeutivosc thoDemocraticCourt of Appeals decided adversely DlnghamwasBeckham recognizing the ability of Mayorandfour months He was a lawyer and thett has friends in the Republican as well theybelieveated FATHER IIAXPINS CHANGE whoImsolyTrInitybeen made rector of the church at Bradford Ind He has been succeed Beverecentlygraduatedlegs at Rome The people of Holy Trinity parish are sorry to low PathsIslpin and yet rejoice J d 4Ilt1otl 0 L COMPROMISE With Landlords May Expedite the Passage ot Birrell Bill- cotchCanadian Editor Caused Defeat of Conscript Scheme Lloyd George Wins First Round in Fight on the Budget WHY THE IRISH PARTY OPPOSE compromiselandlords and the Irish people on the Birrell laud bill and that the bill may pass the House of Commons before the end of August Such atj least is the opinion of lIon T P OConnor as expressed in his letter SundaylIe lords Will not be satisfied with less than the old bonus of 12 per cent on the purchase price of their lands and the Irish Parliamentary party sees no objection to this concession being made and I believe the real fight will be at close quarters If the landlords be reasonable and the Ministry generous there can be a helpedinpartyDutllfrHe says that Germanophobia Dread naughts and tariff reform can not j England Englishmensiored pictures of the danger of war IIo speaks as if the German navy contemplates an immediate descent on tho English shores Lord Roberts and Lord Mllner made speeches nn vocatlng a resolution in favor of J empireTl1lsJtoo if Mr MacDonald editor of tho Toronto Globe andII stalwarti ScotchCanadian Leral had not stemmed the jingo tide by his outspoken remonstrance Balfour pro llavingtheIn the domestic affairs on tile other hand things have gone well pasttbudget ends the first round with LloydGeorgespeechdefendingmade a speech so weak as to suggest that his heart was not in the fight and that he prefers Lloyd Georges finance to the tariff reform The opposition of the Irish members to the budget is still hot and Ireland Is angry over the whisky tax and the addition to the already gigantic disproportion between the taxation of rich England and poverty stricken Ireland Time Irish voted against the majoritybudget is uncertain Nobody outside anyimportancoHouse of Lords will reject the bud get That would mean chaos and alreadyfaceThe Irish members have to man age the debates on the budget with judgment and adroitness They have been between two fires all the time On the one hand there Is Immense dissatisfaction In Ireland with the increased taxes and meetings ofIprotest have been held all over tho country It should be added thatI entirelyfromliquor trade they can to a certain extent be discounted because by putting a penny on to each glass of whisky and by a due admixture of eightydditionala 1 and tho tax is fortythree pence so that the additional charge to the t public brings In nearly twice as 3 much as the new tax It is from this point of view that i comparntivelyindeed regarding whisky as one of the worst scourges of these British Isles arc against the new tax heyI resent it as a tax on an Irish in dustry one of tho few industries i left they regard it as a tax on the Irish workingman made tho more i EngUshs tbeer sAltogether the new budget ha confirmed the opinion among nil reasoning Irishmen that it requires i selfgovernment to protect Ireland Engish i whether ho happens to be Liberal or i Tory i ROAD TO RECOVERY Samuel Rodman manager of the l New Haven Drug Company who was operated on for appendicitis at St Josephs Infirmary last week is on the road to recovery His father habeens hbedsideSCORES HIGH HONORS A cablegram to the New York Worjd says that Prince Maximilian paragon German ecclesiastical r Rome Since his ordination hehaa been professor of canon Jaw at tin rdlng1iintends to ontinue teaching forml eleven years and then will seek the office of parish priest In a largo metropolis London preferred Had he wished a position of great honor and dignity ho might have had it ere this He is thirtynine years old SOLEMNITY Of Corpus Christi Was Observed On Last Sunday The solemnity of the feast of Corpus Christi which occurred on Thursday was observed in ell the churches on last Sunday und one of the greatest celebrations was at St Louis Bertrands church at 103 oclock Time Very Rev Clark O Pwas celebrant of the mass Father Dunn deacon and Father Kernan subdeacon The Gregorian choir sang the music of the mass and a score of well drilled acolytes added a charming feature to the solemnity of the exercises The sermon waii preached by the spokefeelinglySacred Heart ofj Jesus and who urged the people to attend the exercises n honor of the Sacred Heart at 730 oclock every evening until time feast After the mass there was a solemn procession through the church It was led by a hundred or more little boys and girls all tastefully attired Behind them collie the Rev Fathers Foley Kernan Flood Dunn And- Clark the let or carrying the Blessed Sacrament Three benedictions were give tono at St Jo sephs one at the Blessed Virgins and a third at the main altar Dur- ingI time procession John J Score 1W P McDonogh W J Connelly nnd John H Hennessy carried the canopy over the Blessed Sacrament MACKINS MEMBERS Gave Smoker to Celebrate Payment of Last Note11 Tuesday night was T a time for rejoicing j for Mackin Council and right royally dad the members cele- brate1 it A social session and ismoker was held in honor of the jpayment of the last note on the club house The mortgage was exhibited 1 to allre members and ifinally burned While the final note Sins ordered framed President Louts J meffer resided and every exceptDenwas in att ndan Charles Lauscher enquiteilli Henry Eversjage was reported well Congratulatory letters were read ifrom Dr Vincent Falisi and Dave Hummel Rev Father Emmet B Kennedy who was ordained Tuesday sent an invitation to all the members to be present at his first mass at St Brigids church tomorrow After these preliminaries had 1 been attended to President Kieffer stated the object of the social session The cigars were passed and the celebration began There were no set nor tiresome speeches yet all who cared had their say and the 1congratulaions Charles Raidy Frank G Adams and Dan Weber had been named to complete a statement of the work accomplished by Mackin since iit purchased the club house for 17000 Ln 1899 From 1002 until the present tine 2600 has been paid out in sick ucaefits and 1850 in death benefits And from 1902 to date 1250 has 1 been expended by the council on worthy charities Of this 185 went ito the earthquake sufferers of San Francisco The amount does not include what was given to charities ns ithe result of entertainments to help churches etc Recently a billiard room and library were equipped at o cost of 400 The report commended the members for their loyalty and isaid that the council now had n club- house1 and property worth 30000 Patrick T Sullivan James B Kelly President of Trinity Council Past Presidents James T Shelly Vincent B Smith William Kerberg and George Lautz and Joseph L Lenihan all made congratulatory ad dresses and Thomas D Clines aroused the wildest enthusiasm when he announced that the Mackin Choral Club would turn Into the council treasury 1500 as a result of the four performances of Back to Town Dan Cuhiff a veteran mem ber of the council brought the speechmaking and the celebration to a close SEEKS NEW HOME J W Connor the well known car tr1sl p to the Pacific coast several months ago was so much pleased with the Northwest that he decided to remove there He returned a fortnight ago and after bidding his friends goodby told them that ho had decided to make his home in Seattle Wash On his departure last week he was accompanied by his wife and niece Miss Margaret Knopf Their many friends regret their departure but hope that fortune will smile on Mr Connor and his family In the far Northwest CHARITY CLUB EUCHRE Time Charity Club will give a euchre at the University School Zane and Garvin Place next Wednesday afternoon and flrening Tho games will be called at 330 and 8 oclock p m Tickets are being sold at twentyfive nents and the buyer is entitled to a chance oh a silver service valued at 100 which has been donated to the club The committee Jn charge of the euchre ii made upVof John H IIenueasy M J Waliih John J Score William J Connelly J Morthorst and W L MuDonogh h REFORM And Nepotism Seem to Work inl Pertcct Harmony in Louisville How the Republican LendersI prude Real Estate Deal Recently Grand Jury Returned True 0Bills Against Alleged Gamblers FAVORS FOR CITY FATHERS A resident and a taxpayer was unkind enough to remark the other day that the name of the city of Lthatoral circumstances to show the reason for the faith that was in him A reader of time Louisville Times also sent a communication to that paper calling attention to the fact that the Belknap family was being well taken care of by the present city administration and the Republi can machine The Kentucky Irish American called attention to some agobuta littletCol Morris Belknap Is a Park Commissioner and is a candidate for reelection His nephew Lafon Al h sJudgehipLegislatureAlderman llaw has just Alderman wbutsuccessorlaw of Heyburn is President of the Board of Public Works and candidate for Circuit Judge and Louis Humphrey a soninlaw of William Belknap and a employe of the Even Republicanthat for reform from the nepotism of corrupt Democratic politics Speaking of reform in politics has it ever dawned on ypu that there is one congregation Here made up of reformers from pastor on down It AppellateCourt corporations on n church mind you but the Qshowthatf i as n pivot to swing inward or out ward to suit the convenience of Ballard Belknap and big interests The congregation was looking for n site for a new church It was found at Fourth and Breckinridge streets so the property of Charles Ballard and Alderman J Ross Todd was pur cliased for a church site for 00000 Both Messrs Ballard and Todd are members of the Republican Cam paign Committee No real estate agent was called in to get a cone mission Oh not The President of the church board who is likewise President of a big corporation con ducted the deal and his legal ad FairTighChairman paign Committee The City Assessors books show that the Belknap property was as sensed for taxation at 19600 and the Todd property at 17000 making n total of 36600 These thrifty gentle men sold their holdings for 60000 profitbetweengorgeous Mayor Grinstead wrote a communi cation to Judge Pryor last Tuesday calling his attention to rumors of gambling in tho city While that grandjuryindlctetnents against proprietors of gambling dives white and black It Is said that those indicted claim to have been promised protection by certain Aldermen and Councilmen A West End saloonkeeper one of Col Hangers pets was arrested for violating the Sunday closing law A policeman swore he bought a bottle of beer from the saloonkeeper Time latter swore he gave the beer to the policeman because he was ill Judge McGee said it was one mans word against another lie fined time saloon man 15 and suspended time fine as he said giving him the bens calestheword of one policeman against the testimony of half a dozen witnesses This saloonkeeper used to furnish pigs feet frog legs and other delicacies to high police officials Who was the fireman that used wngonstoAlderman Why was no arrest dumpedfivebasin at Twelfth and Magazine streets Was It bacause the con tractor was a Councilman PRESENTATION EXERCISES The spacious hall at Presentation Academy was taxed to1tsutmastIcapacity Monday morning by friends of the pupils who were on hand to witness the closing exercises The programme was replete with vocal1 pleasingdramasfollowing young lady graduates re ceived dplomas Florence Barrett Ophelia M Rogers Katherine F Meagher Mary G Warren and liar Cecilia Relling DOLLEDf A wedding oX 11Io ennullua11n iwblel1wlllunii andAurUtJ solemnized by the ROT Father Rich ard Wuerth O F M at St Boni faces church at 0 oclock Wednesday morning June 30 The bridesmaid will bo Miss Elizabeth Dolle a sister of the bride and Edward Allbach will be the groomsman Nuptial high mass will follow the wedding ceremony After the mass Mr and reception parents5 begin110usekeeplng street between Jackson and Han yonuladythe fortunate young man is holdingf a responsible position with a large manufacturing company lie is a 5tCatherine COMMUNITYS LOSS Death of Meyer H Hilpp Caused Widespread Sorrow A philosopher a philanthropist and a diamond all three combined and all in the rough was lost t- ouisville o Monday when the spirit Meyer H Hilpp passed int eternity Few business men in Louis villa were better known none had fewer enemies He had inherited a talent for business and began at the age of eleven years to make his own living He prospered and accumulated but never closed his purse to a worthy cause He knew neither creed nor taco when the object was worthy yet no man can approxi 3 gaeawnytlously was it done Mr Hilpp was born in Louisville jfiftyseven years ago and resided jhere all his life About twentyfive years ago he married Miss Nellie j j agoSipcodined steadily and for several eeks his death was expected lIe was ah active Democrat in politics yet never held but one office that of Deputy Bailiff of the Police Court from 1882 to 1880 lIe is stir dyed by two brothers E L Hilpp of Louisville and Alexander Ililpp of Cincinnati a sister Miss Minnie Hilpp and a sisterinlaw Miss Mag gie Burke both of whom made their jhome with him at 312 East Chestnut street The deceased was an Elk and a Mason and both bodies took part in the funeral exercises which were held at the Scottish Rite Cathedral on Wednesday afternoon JUBILEE BANQUET k 1 lrlCardinals Stood During the Star Spangled Banner The chief social feature of tho Igolden jubilee of the American College J at Rome was the banquet on Thursday of last week CardinalI Gotti who has been protector of the college since he became PtVfect of the Propaganda and Cardinal Satollii were both prevented from attending 1 by illness The Cardinals present were Merry del Val the Papal Secretary i of State and Mnrtinelli Agriordi DC Lai Cavicchoni and I GnsparfiMonsignoV Kennedy was the toast master and introduced Archbishop Farley who proposed the health of the Pope and spoke on the special1oficlaims which Pius X has on the devotion of Americans Our Coun ArchbishopOConnelli ArchbishopFalconloPo tho United States spoke on th isplendid work done by the hierarchy of tho United States during the last 100 years and especially of the work done by Bishops who had come out DlshopDurlealumni Between the addresses the college choir sang a hymn to time Pope and tho Star Spangled Ban iner All the Cardinals stood while tho hymns were in progress and sev erali joined in the singing HEAD IS CANDIDATE non William 0 Head who has been a tentative candidate for the Democratic nomination for Mayor of Louisville for some time past has formally announced his candi idacy for the nomination Mr Head has been engaged in the wholesale tobacco business in Louisville for IIscore of yenta and is now manager of the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Ho is a resident and taxpayer and Iis thoroughly identified with the citys interests He has always been a Democrat and has served his party as State Central Committeeman and has served the pity ns a member of tho Legislature Ills host of friends believe that he will be the strongest man tho Democratic party can find to head the ticket and that he can unite all the factions CHURCH FOR NEGROES Last Sunday the now Church of St Anthony for the colored Cath olics of Memphis Teun was dedi cated by the Right Rev Bishop Thomas S Bryne of Nashville It iis the first church in the diocese to be built for negroes and is a handsome twosfqry brick structure LIGHTNING STRUCK CHURCH Lightning struck the Catholic c church at HenryvlUo Ind on k weeyfin Louisville until Friday The belfry was wrecked and the roof badly damaged Miss Grofford sister of it epastarcwas engaged in teaching Sbiel l at the children1 were shocked None Wag permanently Injured nri LARGE CLASS r Initiated by Local Hiberians at Joint Meeting on Sunday Division 4s Team Exemplified New Ritual in Style Interesting Addresses Review ing History of Order Followed GOOD NEWS FROM THE SCHOOLS Under the auspices of the Jeffer son County Board the four local di atldbernians lastoSunday afternoon Time initiation was conducted in the spacious auditorium and every one of tho four divisions was represented In the class of candidates State President SecretaryWilliamdent Patrick J Welsh and other veteran Hibernians witnessed the exem plification of the degrees and praised the work of Division 4s team Several hundred Hibernians t attended the initiatory ceremonies The degree team was made up as follows Ard Righ William P Mc ReillynardJohn J Score Chief of Escort John J Winn Escort Patrick ODonnell John and Thomas Langan Law renco Mcancy John Shaughnessy Thomas Farrell Patrick Kenny andKRobert Mitchell Choir Edward King Con J Ford D J Coleman William T Meehan Patrick T Sullivan John Karman and Thomas and James Stevens The work of the team was compli mented on all sides Each of the officers not only had his part letter perfect but the enunciation was clear measured and distinct It was 1the first exemplification of the new ritual and it showed that the mem 1 bers of the degree team were im Ibued with file true spirit of Illber nlanismAfter AttorneyThomasinteresting address in which he commended the four local divisions badtakenits upbuilding lIe reviewed the history r of Hiberninnism and urged the new members to be as faithful to the principles of unity fraternity and true Christian charity as tho older members had been William P McDonogh in behalf of Division 4 stated that antis factory arrangements had been made with the Dominican Fathers whereby the study of Irish history Was to be taken up by the pupils of the Seventh and Eighth grades in St Louis Bertrands school next fall Irish histories would be pur chased and the classes would bo properly started Patrick T Sulliran President of Division 3 made a brief address doingWl11lamDivision 2 and Joseph L Lenilmn said a few things in behalf of Divis ion 4 Time meeting closed at a seasonable hour and yVth old and i spirits butonot until after the close of the heated term AMERICAN BISHOP Received In State by Pope at Vatican On Sunday Sunday was a red letter day for the American prelates andclergy who are attending tho festivities in commemoration of the fiftieth anni versary of tho founding of the American College at Rome His Holi ness Pope Pius X received in audl enco Monsignor Falconio tho Apostolic Delegate to the United States Archbishops Farley of New York OConnell of Boston Blenk of Now Orleans and Seton of Heliopolis as well as many other prelates and priests from the United States now Iin Rome Monsignor Kennedy Rector of the American College introduced the Rev Dr Walsh of New York Presi dent of tho Alumni Association of the college who delivered anad dress to which the Pope responded Pius X praised the college and said that if out of 70000000 Americans one quarter were Catholics it was missionaryfrommoro than GOO of whom had been provided by the American College ACCIDENTAL DEATH While returning from the Catholic church at Pewee Valley last Sunday morning John H Green a Confed t crate veteran was struck and in standtly killed by an L and N fast passenger train Mr Green was born in Germany eightyfive years ago He came to America when quite a youth and at the outbreak of the civil war took sides with the South For some time past he had been an inmate of the Confederate Home at Pewee Vatl= ley and was well liked by his com byonedaughterMrs r WUUatnBo Mchtt KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAl H KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGffll 1 5 Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans and Catholcs- Officfally I Indorsed by- Institute Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publl har SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc EoUred rt the Loulrvlllt Poitottlc as SecondClMruUtr Aadresr ail COlRmualaUo to tIni KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreei Stt UNION TRADES LA9 COUNCIL K LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 19 1909 AWAIT THE ISSUE The time to hold Democratic district conventions to elect delegates to the mass convention that will name candidates for all the city and county offices is approaching Democrats should await the issue manfully and avoid nil dissension Now is the time for faithful followers of the party to remain more nl than ever Attend the district Yi and vote for your choice for delegdles to the mass conven lion If your candidates nro defeated smother your grief Think what the other fellow would suffer if your candidatesl had won Oeorg Wcisslnger Smith made a manly race for the Republican nomination for Mayor The Republican steam roller hit him and passed over him Many people thought he had been flat toned out Instead he came up smiling anti was given a seat beside the chauffeur David Fairleigh Democrats who era disappointed must learn to be as hypocritical as Republicans If you are knocked down and kicked pretend you like it TIle pain does not last long Just malts up your mind to do your part and you will help to save the r city and county from Jgnomlnous k Republican rule MEN WHO 10 THIXGS Mackin Councils members and reason to rejoice last Tuesday night when the mortgage on the building was burned and the last note paid and framed These young men should be congratulated not only by their sister councils but by the clergy and all good Catholics Mackins members have shown what Catholic young men can do when they set out with a high ideal and re main steadfast in their purpose Mackin set an example for nil to follow It was the first Catholic society of Louisville to own its own home In this it preceded Trinity Council and the Knights of Colum bus The club house will be a mon meat for years to come to the Intrepidity fidelity and loyalty of the young men who worked for its purchase and Hided in liquidating its final indebtedness These young men deserve all the more credit becnuse nil are poor There are no rich men s In Mackin Council Every member has to work for a living and yet each gave generously according to his means toward the upbuilding of the Council Mnckins members will be heard from in other lines They are all young yet They have proven to be men who do things They bid fair to become captains of industry leaders in the financial and professional and manufacturing world and the Kentucky Irish American holds that whatever blessing may come to them individually and col lectively none can be too good AS OTHERS SEE US t Often we hear our religion derided and the truths of Christianity denied by college professors of other faiths or of no faith at all It is all the more dellgntful and refreshing then to real what Dr Thwing President of the Western Reserve University I ClevelandIOhio to a class of graduating nurses lIo spoke in this wise I speak to many who are mem bers of the great Roman Catholic church called Roman because of its place on the banks of the Tiber but called Catholic because it is uni versalrbelonging to all But also I speak to some who are membersof no communion of the church But to you all I wish to say that religion is the mightiest resource for the soul of man In the blessed Catholic church religion stands for lifea greatcenter of lifes widest circum stance Of it make the most Lean back hard upon the great truths of that blessed religion As your hands arti eager in performing the duties that are given you to do let your heart and your mind confide as true daughters in the blessed truths and loyalties of that great Godgiving manreceiving institution of the race Dr Thwing is a nonCatholic but+ he seems to understand thoroughly what the Catholic church teaches SIB THOJIAS MIFFED t Sir Thomas Lipton lies ahrayr o been acclaimed a great sportsman 1bnf he seems a trifle petulant in his remarks anent giving up trying to sin the American yacht copy Efc soyasNo man will Build a boat to Ball under condition that are or should be past tam always srillip to give the Americans the adrwtade of their own naivmnwl n1e tutflfr which they have had experience in building and soiling pad I am ready to challenge thereunder but I will not try ngaiu under the rule of fiftysix years ago If I challenged under the international rule govern ing Europe they would say I had a pull So it would seem the Ameri can yachtsmen must seek new yachts to conquer IRISH PUPILS LOSE Milwaukee Hibernians are up against an awful proposition says a dispatch to a daily paper They have discovered that German and Polish students Lawn won the majority of prizes offered for the Eighth grade students in the parochial schools for proficiency in Irish history The prizes were offered by the Hibernians and were open to every student without restriction The worst of it seems to be that the nffnjr will be repented next year beacitse the Ancient Order lips made the offer of prizes n fixture It is to be hoped that the idea will not result this way in Louisville The sympathy of the entire com munity is extended to Col W B Hnldeman and his esteemed wife in their grief over the depth of their daughter Miss LizIe O Hnldcinan She was a young lady of charming attainments and her untimely death is a source of general regret This was a week of college and academy commencements So many were thorn that it would be impos sible to give place to a notice of each Suffice it to say that they ore all doing good work in the cause of Catholic education KEOENT DEATHS Mrs Thomas Lytle died at the Deaconess Hospital Tuesday evening following u surgical operation The deceased lived nt 923 Franklin street and is survived by her husband two sons and five daughters The fu neral which took place from St Michaels church on Wednesday mtornlng was attended by a largo number of sorrowing friends Mr and Mrs Merman Degan of 2513 Cedar street have the sympathy of many friends in the death oft iclr little daughter Katherinc Mar garet On Thursday of last week the little one partook of a plate of strawberries nnd several hours later died in convulsions It is believed she swallowed u poisonous spider The funeral took place from St Anthonys church on Saturday morn ing Thomas Ryan aged fortyfive years fell a victim to heart disease Monday morning and died before medical aid could reach him He was employed by the Kentucky d Indiana Bridge Company and was nt work when death overtook him A son and daughter survive The body was removed to the home of his uncle William Chawk Srt 1043 Sixth street The funeral tools place from St Louis Bcrtrands church Tuesday morning ST XAVIEKS COLLEGE The annual commencement exer cises of St Xaviers College will take place in the college hall Second and Broadway on next Monday and grnduating twentynine young men Jeremiah A Hogan will deliver the salutatory address and the valedictorian will be Herman J Ensllnger Frank G Cun ningham of the dose of 1800 and now of St Louis will deliver the alumni address TALE OP A MULE Very recently a mule owned by the city was condemned by its veterinary He pronounced the animal lame and hopelessly incurable It was ordered sold and bids worn adver tised for There were several hid ders One liveryman who knew his business examined the mule and bid 61 In less than an Lour he resold it for S1G0 The mule was perfectly sound That is the way the citys money goes FATAL ACCIDENT Bernard McCartin a popular young man of Jeffersonville was killed by a Monon train near Howard Park Tuesday night He was the son of Mr and Mrs E McCartin The funeral took place from St Augustines church yesterday morn ing The unfortunate accident caused widespread mourning among the friends of the dead youth ST aiABYS COLLEGE The eightyeighth annual com Collegotooknumber of Louisville people were on hand to witnesst the exercises The essays and orations of the graduates were of exceptional merit GOES TO BVANSVILLE The Sew father JstneaGreesiire who was recently ordained and who- laid his first mass Iff New Albany bas been assigned as assistant priest at a pariah m Eraasrille 4 J J a 4 4 REWARD For Fnlthlul Services Gomes to Good Brother s Itlclmrd Gets Trip to Europe After Mnny Years in Xaveriau Order Taught Hundreds ol Boys and lies Eight Priests to Credit WILL BE GONE TWO MONTHS You boys that are accustomed to from two to three months vacation every year what would you do if you were in Brother Richards place He has not lied a vacation in fortytwo years but he gets it this year You will all certainly agree that ho had one coming Brother Richard has been so long in Itjq harness that he probably would not know what to do with it if it were left to him The old swiinmXig holes that he knew around Louisville lows long since been filled up and built upon He has outgrown tops and kites and baseball but the vari ous heads of the Xaverinn Brothers found a way for Brother Richard to spend his vacation They have of fered him n trip to Europe us a re yard of his long and faithful service He will leave Louisville on Tune 24 and will go direct to Baltimore mid will remain on retreat there for a week From there he will go to New York in company with Brother Norbet and the two will sail on July a First they will visit the houses of the order in England rind Trout there they will visit the parent house in Belgium Brother lUchurd also expects to visit the birthplace of his parents in the Province of Hanover Germany I would like to visit Ireland too said Brother lllchard I have taught so many Irish boys and have so many Irish friends but I will Lawn to content myself with a glimpse of Queens town really what would happen in Louisville if Brother Ilicliard set foot in Ireland mid kissed the Blarney Stone He has a suaTe and persuasive tongue as it is but there would be no standing him at all after n visit to Blarney Castle Brother Norbet who will accom pany Brother Ilicliard on his Euro pean trip is Director of the Xaverian College at Baltimore The visit of the two Xavcrians has noth ing to do with the business of the order but is entirely for the pleasure of the two who have well earned rest and recreation Brother Itichard was born in Louisville of German parentage and entered the Xnverian Brotherhood fortytwo years ago He taught first nt St Martins school on Shelby street From there he was transferred to St Marys on Eighth street and after several years was made Director of St Marys school tventyfourhas been one Of the teachers at the BroadwayBrother had a winning way with boys and has taught many of the leading business dnysEghtpupils 1ev Dr Schuhnmnn Itev Dr Itevermann Fathom A J Thome and George Weiss all of Louisville Charles Barthel of Bt Meinrads Abbey Indiana Father Heck of Texas Father Henry of Topeka Kans and Father Gabriel O M C Fpur more of his former pupils ore studying for tIle priesthod and one Hev Father Anselm Clemens died n member Of the Fasskmist order Two of his pupils became members of the Xaverian Brotherhood Brother Ilicliard is beloved by all who knots him and his friends wish him ft safe journey and n joyous vacation ANOTJIEK JUBILEE The Very Ilev Father James P Cronin very quietly celebrated his twentyfourth anniversary ns a priest with a low mass at St Iatricks church on Monday morning He and Father Charles P Ilaffo sere in college anti seminary to gether for ten years and each had to be set back from ordination for a year on account of hit youth Next year Father Cronin as pastor J of St Patricks and Vicar General of the diocese will more elaborately celebrate the twentyfifth anni versary of his ordination j CHORAL CLUB ENTERTAINMENT Mackiu Choral Club was sinter twined with a dinner defies at Sen ninglI Park Mist Saturday evening The dinner danta Wee in recognitioni I of tlie sand vro k pf the young 4 ladles and gentlemen at the east and I chorus who took para la the per= formanoM of Back w Town All pent a Tcrjr ecjoyabto evening h DAN H RUSSELLCANDIDATE FOR SHERIFFSUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY n IS0GIETVI guestMissMiss Cecilia Belle Lavely has gone toHTsit friends in Northern Indiana Miss Mary Morlarlty of Ashland isi visiting Miss Willie Long of South Louisville Miss Jennie Dwyer of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs William Bulger of Portland Mr and Mrs Alex J Schulten have gone to New York arid the East for a months trip Mrs John Burke of Lexington te the guest of her mother Mrs Robert Guy of Portland SMr and Mrs Vf C Mnlone of South Louisville havei gone to visit relatives at Bonham Miss Ida Charles Carroll has ns her guests Misses Elizabeth and Eula VYathen of DardstownI Mr and Mrs Edward Sullivan of South Louisville are visiting rela ties in Hart and Barren counties Mr nnd Mrs Owen Tyler entertained at dinner Monday in honor of Miss Esther PittsburliHarry C Nehan who has been slightly ill at his home 2438 West Chestnut street Is much improved Albert F Martin raturned Tuesday from a weeks business trip to Bowling Green and intermediate points James Maloncy and Albert Thomp son are home from iNotre Dame Uni versity to spend the summer wuitheir parents Mrs J E Monahan of Parkland has ns her guests Mrs Annie L Martin nod daughter Miss Anna of Palo Alto Cal barysImspleasantIsltHelen James of Portland Miss Nell McAnliffe who has been lcademynearto spend liar vacation next week laughterMissare guests of Mr and Mrs Patrick J Welsh of 104 Bayless avenue John Burke of South Seventh street who has Leers suffering from a threatened nttack of typhoid lever is considered tobdmi the road to recovery A new Catholic Forester has ar comer3sDubylandlast Mrs W J Barry and little son Watts left Monday to spend several lIiillnrrJThomas P Watts The wedding of Miss Kathryn S Herbert and Raymond bIr McGrath will be solemnized at St Pauls church Wednesday Tune 30 the Rev Father York officiating Mrs lien J Sand left Monday night to join her husband ut Knox villa Mr and Mrs Sand will visit several cities in Tennessee and Ken tucky before they return home Frank Martin Daniel Dnscoll ind John Fallen who are students at St Charles College Ellicott City Aid will return next weak to spend their vacation with their parents iin this cityThe South Louisville Gaiety Club pave a smoker M the home of Charles C Donahue on the Third BaEurdayevcningThe musk Clears and asfroshmcnts were noeL I P F Weir und family Lawn ns their guests Mr and Mrs John C Well of Chicago The visitors from Illinois have been extensively enter tained during their stay in Louis 1file Mrs Joseph Kelly will give a linen shower this afternoon at her home iu Eastern Park for Miss Anna Col lins whose marriage to Garfield Splbert will take place on Wednes day June 30 D J Gleasoii head of the jewelry department for the J M Robinson Norton Dry Goods Company left Tuesday night for a fortnights visit to ew York and other large jewelry centers iu ie Last Mrs Charles Kremer of Twenty second street nrrived home Monday after a delightful visit to her std ter Mrs Joseph Seal at Bedford Ind The fair visitor was the honor guest at several receptions Miss Elizabeth Catherine Wentzell and Gordon Alexander were married nt St Cecilias church Thursday afternoon Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Gordon left for the East on a bridal tour Dr Harry J Couchman is very happy over the arrival of a baby girl ut his home 552 South Fifth street lIe has a boy and girl now and feels that his cup of bliss is full Mother and child are doing nicely Miss Marie OBrien spent the bet ter part of this week at Nazareth Academy whither she went to at tend the alumnae meeting and commencement exercises She also re sponded to a toast at the alumnae banquet Officer John F Morris and his estimable wife are rejoicing over the advent of a find big boy that arrived ut their home 1000 Baird street last weep It will be baptized at St Pat lIcks church tomorrow and will be called Thomas Miss Anna Curran and Charles peoI ried at Holy Name church on Wednesday June 30 After a brief wedding trip they will reside nt 1838 Grand venue Miss Genevieve Hnckett who went to attend the annual commencement exercises of the Ursullne Academy Brown county Ohio Tuesday re turned yesterday with Miss Henri etta McDonald of Ciucinati who Cill be her guest for several weeks One of the proudest men in Louis ville is Daniel Stiglitz and all bc cauVe a line baby boy arrived at his Lime 823 West Jefferson street on Thursday of last week The mother who was formerly Miss Lizzie Mal lon and child are progressing nicely The boy will be christened John Daniel Stiglitz pad his uncle Peter Million will be godfather Mrs Henry DIersen will leave Monday for Cincinati whither she goes to attend the commencement exercises of St Francis eccelesias tlcal college where her son Harry is studying for the priesthood Sev eral other Louisville boys are also preparing thmselvcs for the priest hood there Mrs Dlersen will be nc companied home by her son who will spend his vacation here GeorgejISt Martins church last Wednesday morning the Rev Father Ohio offi ciating Nuptial high mass followed the wedding rite The ushers were Julius Becker George Reining eau William and Matthew Goetz After mass the bridal party was tendered a reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs EmU Stein In the evening Mr and Mrs tripthroughPOSTOFFIOE CLERKS PIONWI The Louisville Poitofflce clerks will Lola their annual dutinz at Fontaine Ferry Jark beacoantrI ytoreanything from a 8UI1bOnnettoa Goat and sort The committee ar CUNNING LEWIS CON W Cor Third and Jefferson Sts la FINE CLOTHING In advocating the buying the best quality in clothes were really urging economy on you Were running a special sale just now of our Finest Suits at Cut Prices It will pay you to see us tJ CUNNING LOUIS LEWIS T J RANSDELL C F BROTZOA DAN J HENNESSY4lIn Charge of T i 1909 November Election 1909 WO HEADCandidate For MAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party rSIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves everySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where ghomeROUND TRIP ONLY SOc FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE UNDER M HMUI FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theaterf 417 Fourth st WeptPCIDt I Columbia Theater1 F0urh7A- ve Dreamlandd Theater1 M a qq eKe We cater especially to Ladies and Children RIVERVIEW PARK uLouisvilles Brightest Spot FREE CONCERTS Catering especially to ladies and children Dancing every afternoon and evening ex cept Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For tlte Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlylmprovdwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phcenix Hill before closing contracts HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND filiphon 1948 234 SIXTH STREET MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO French Lick end I West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Inlng end DrawingftooltrSluper EHBACON D P A NW Cor StRLouisville njrinff fire antis its mad pof1- 0hnJ Field CJtCzelltoh and C X Widener c I t i iFORi Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST cuast fl ROWS tt BOOK GO u PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a cast and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street CBTHOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed l UlSVlll D rAl PARl R8 428 FOURTH AVENUE AVENUE THEATRE BUILDING We love good teeth but oh those bad ones can be fixed at small cost at the Louisvillei Dental Parlors IIOMH IMIONIS anon THOS J WELSH D D S Algr All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums t Roses- tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work n specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS s7oa v7olr DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please Yoa We are responsible and do just as we advertise All Wp k guaranteed DIHJCJ UcM 4 QIII08lUrS FIlTH 8TBKKV I IIlj- K1T1 ISOgY IQISH A19 ERICAN lio9 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEPXF Il I3 lUAGxSrJRXAL DIF IRICT Cerposedof 1st tad and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party iooo NOVEMBER EjrjsoTloisr U09 WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAetiERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second ar d Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRBS S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURQEVIN I CANDIDATE FOR JUDGEJEFFERSON 011101111 OOURT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party Ht t t t t t D J DOUGHERTY s j McELLIOTT s DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 mersaunorat IBoth Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JS J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Mali Street ON4i00lNNO Ne J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1 AND EMBALMERS STREETSdSNN NN O NONNO NiMii titan We Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer I Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice sOQ W JEFFERSON STREETt7- TELEPHONE I 810 j THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All alb promptly attended to day or plght Carriages furnished for all ocouioni h 1225 W MARKET ST 06lve year beyi aa education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERScOLLEOE-u 112 Wi BrMk4wy Lwlvlitel Ky LCodded tbe Brotkenix cUMhstl cad epr t n- prnaalm p Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOME PHONB 1077 HENRY A JJP1 PULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gets Wearing Apparell WORK GUARANTEED phone 9635 528 Fifth Street HENRY fiUNOLDI 8RXVR JW Sfaplland FaRcy 6r curia A FIMTCtAM SAMPLE RMM IN CONNECTION lId Old WhidciM a SiMcUitf 540 W WAUUT HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr g the Past WeekQeneral- Newa Notes Division 2 Ladies Auxiliary of St Paul approached holy communion in a body last Sunday E H King won many encomiums Sunday for his work at the piano during the initiation There will be but ono more meet- Ing this month that of Division 4 which takes place on June 28 Tills was n busy week for the or der in Louisville as the four divis ions and the Ladles Auxiliary held meetings The decorations at Bertram Hall for the initiation wero not Only appropriate but very elaborate and handsomeThere great enthusiasm among the members over the outlook for the annual outing at Phoenix Hill Park on July 5 The many friends of Miss Maggie Lynch of the auxiliary will be pleased to learn that her condition is much improved The nine divisions of the order at St Paul Minn are engaged in a membership contest A pennant is to be the winners prize Division 4 met Monday night and made a generous donation to the Catholic church extension fund Each of the other three divisions will follow suit John Winn Chief of Escort pre rented n striking soldierly bearing at the initiation last Sunday Ills guardsmen were the best drilled that have ever officiated here The Ladles Auxiliary is deserving of every encouragement from ench of the four divisions and there Is some surprise that the men do not take greater interest in their under takingsThe County Board held n special meeting last Sunday afternoon be fore the joint initiation and decided to postpone the quarterly meeting until the next quarter All bUls be fore the board were allowed Uev Father William White of Loughlln County Roscommon who is viilting Father Lynch of West Duluth Minn made an interesting address on Ireland before Division 1 of that city at its last regular meet ing The euchre and dance of the Ladles Auxiliary when they for mally opened their new quarters in Falls City Hall was in every way a partlcipnted joyed the dancing Miss Bridgie Hanrahan of the Ladies Auxiliary who sustained serious injury from a fall several weeks ago and has since been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is making steady progress toward recovery though she will not be able to be out for some time to come HONORED DEAD JURIST Many members of the Chicago bar and other business and professional men of that city were present in Judge Marcus Kavanaghs court room last Saturday morning when a handsome oil portrait of the late Judge Thomas A Moran was Un veiled The portrait is a gift of Judge Kavanagh and other admirers countyTheby Attorney Levy Mayer who paid a high tribute to the intelligence JudgeMoranCatholic 1IISIIOI PARHELIA ENTHRONED Distinguished Catholic dignitaries from various parts of the United States assembled at Cleveland Ohio last Sunday to welcome the Right Rev John P Farrelly and to assist at his installation as Bishop of that diocese The ceremony of enthronlza tion took place In St Johns Cathe dral Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati l occupied a throne In the sanctuary and among other prelates present were Bishops Morris of Lit tle Rock Ark Hartley of Colum bus Hlckey of Rochester Burke of Albany and Alerdlng of Fort Wayne HONORS FOR YOUTH Edward S Cowan Jr of Dayton Ohio graduated with honors from St Marys Institute In that city on Wednesday He is a son of Edward- S Cowan the well known merchant tailor and a former resident of Louis ovUle and a nephew of James ONeil tIle popular L and N engineer and the Misses OXeil of West predict will be heard from in the future SCORES AGAIN repeateditsa well filled house at Masonic Theater last Monday night Uoth the cast and chorus repeated the respondtowill be devoted to a worthy charity ADD MORE BONDS At the recent semiannual meeting of the Catholic Knights of America the Supreme Board purchased 25000 additional bonds and se curities and added to the old fund The bonds and securities now held by the order aggregate 1400000 and make this body the strongest Catholic fraternal society In the United States IiORTY HOURS PRAYER Forty Hours prayer will begin at Holy Trinity church Kentucky and Dupuy streets at the 10 oclock mass tomorrow Jlev Father Berresheim will be assisted by several other priests The exercises will close on Tuesday PRAISES llARVESlI Pope Pius X Jaatweekaent toIMonsignor Kennedy Rector of American College at Rome a letter regarding the golden jubilee of that institution In the epistle 188X7 forK11p1eDtif1J1 ca1Ilet t Our Big Sale of the- MosesL Co Surplus Stock CommencesSaturday SaturdayJune atII 9 oclock Mens and BoysI Clothing OddI Trousers at 25c on the Dollar See Windows MS Moses Co Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mena Wear Store Mtns and Boys Complete Outfitters IArthur J KInselU Gen Supt HOME PHONE 8772 John MRidge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR 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 REQINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelferonvllle lid WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Poor Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 4 E 2 W GREEN f81T KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Many members of the order now in the Philippines are coming home to spend the summer Memphis Council will confer the three degrees on a class of forty candidates tomorrow District Deputy J C Rogers and the Lexington degree team went to tfnysville Sunday to exemplify The third degree on a large class The council at Manila Philippine Islands is in flourishing condition The Itev Father J II Volz 0 1 a member of Louisville Council now connected with the University of Manila delivered tin address to the members recently WHEAT RING James patton Was Born and Raised In Derry Are you aware that James Patton the great American wheat king who recently cornered the mark tandm- ade millions is an Irishman born and bred Patton is a native of Myroc Lamavady County Derry Ireland When quite a young man he came to America and began to make his own living as clerk in a small store in Evanston Ill Within a few years he had embarked in business for him self as a commission agent for farm products Not long after he joined his brother in business as n stockbroker In 1002 Mr Patton made 200000 in a corner in oats but the following year he lost 150000 lie lost 1000000 in 1008 by crossing swords with Armour Company This year he started to force a corner in wheat and after four months accomplished his purpose Mr Patton Is only fiftyfour years old Ho was elected Mayor Of Evanston in 1901 NASHVILLES NEW CATHEDRAL Nashville is to have a magnificent new Cathedral The plans have been completed and work on the structure will begin in the near future It will occupy the space between the pro Cathedral and the episcopal residence at West End and Twentieth avenues rheplarwt drawn in Rome by Leonarl Rtviftect to the ipleadlddstructureertor ornamentation call tor an expenditure of 00000 0 1 IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dundalk will soon be lighted by electricity While boating in Donegal channel James McCrcady was drowned Dr William Ilico has been elected medical officer of the workhouse at ermby William McCullen died at Bally money County Antrim at the age of ninety years A splendid threestory residence mown as ArdhlH near Athlone was destroyed by fire The store of Hall Son was destroyed by fire at Clones Tin damage exceeded 5000 Michael McCormick of Creggs County Galway committed suicide while temporarily insane Hose Quinn was accidentally burned to death at her home at Tull lagan County Tyrone The Right Rev Dr ODwyei BIshop of Limerick has returned after a months visit to Rome The death of P A McIIugh member of Parliament for North Sligo and editor of the Sligo Champion is generally regretted Donatus Cassen OBrien a respected citizen of Limerick and who was prominently identified with the home rule movement in the time of Isaac Butt is dead Mrs Rose McQaghrnn died re cently in County Cavan at the age of 114 years She is survived by a sOn and daughter the younger of whom is eightynine years old IJie Rev Albert Harry C t S 11 died at Limerick and his funeral was largely attended He was n well known author and had written a Life of the Saints and Joan of Arc Matthew Brady of Oralgncvcarne Queens county and 109 years old was accidentally burned to death Hell d never been ill a day in his life and was engaged in preparing seed potatoes for planting when the accident occurred Tlie Trajee Guardians have asked the agent of the Kilinurry estate County Kerry not to proceed with the eviction of Richard Walsh a farmer whose aged mother is close to death In case the family is evicted the results in Kerry will be deplorable PUBLIC THE QUITTERS After todays and tomorrows games at St Paul the Louisville baseball team will visit Minneapolis Kansas City and Milwaukee before returning home If the club can hold its own on this trip they have ai chance to forge to the front on their long series of games on tin home grounds Manager Pelts and his players should be given more en couragement by the public here md discourage any repetition of the cowardly hooting of Manager Pelt and Shortstop Rellly on Sunday and Monday simply because of errors made by these earnest players None of the Louisville players have shown at disposition to quit in the face of defeat which can not be said of a good portion of the crowd win prove to be rank quitters when things are going against the home team and usually vent their spleen igainst Heinle Peitz who has always given Louisville the best baseball he knew how to play and should be appreciated by baseball patrons ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT The Knights of St John of Ohio Pennsylvania Indiana Michigan and Kentucky held their annual encamp meat at Sandusky Ohio this week Lhe visiting Knights in full uniform attended high masses at the various Catholic churches last Sunday and on Monday took part in a street parade and prize drill Many of the Knights were accompanied by their wives and daughters A committee- of Catholic ladles of Sandusky en ertained the lady visitors STUDENTS INJURED Three students at Notre Dame University were seriously Injured Saturday while experimenting with xjjloslve on the campus James Connell right arm was blown off- at the elbow and Frank Gibson and A M Kelly were cut by flying glass Connell may also lose the sight of his right eye All three were bright students and Connell and Gibson have been prominent In athleticsTImEE ORDAINED The Covington Cathedral was crowded last Sunday when the Right Rev Bishop Maes raised three young men to the dignity of the prIest- hood The young priests are Rev Fathers William OHara Hubert chmtts and Edward Klosterman PLAN HOME COMING Branch 642 CV K of A will have- a home coming for its members and their ladles on the night of July 27 oppens Garden at Campbell and Broadway will bo tastefully decorated and Illuminated for the occasion and refreshments will bo served FILIPINO BISHOP From the Philippine Catholic it isI learned that the Right Rev Mon signor Juan Gorordo has been pre conked Bishop of Libertas He is a native of the islands and those in a position to know say he sa very able and learned man NEW DIOCESE- It is rumored in ecclesiastical dr elestllllt a new diocese will be cre ated in Pennsylvania and that it will embrace Berks Cordon Schuylkill lehlgh and Northampton counties The See city will be either Reading or Pottsville AMERICAN PILGRIMS One hundred andl seven American llgrlms taken over to Rome were received and blessed bj Pppe Pips X last Saturday They were under the personal conduct of John JMfa- Oraneof Brooklyn t 1909 November Election 1909 ROBTI W BINGHAM Candidate For i MAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 November Election 1909 JOHN R PFLANZCandidate For JAILER 1 Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 DANIEL E OSULLIVAN CANDIDATE FOR Prosecuting Attorney JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party r 1909 November Election 1909 Dr 6 o 6Hott CANDIDATE F- OR6ORONER i t JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO J Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE gy OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKIELRMANBREWING INCORPORATED LnUXSVXLLE ICY A Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 rHE WIEDEMANNINCORP- ORATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky West Louisville Brewing Co INCORPORATED ThirtyFourth and Market Streets Brewers of DOUBLE BREW CREAM BEER Bottled Expressly for Family Use Home Phones 33088000 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS9 Clay=5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATHOBUTCHERTOWN BREWER CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Sfpry Avenue I 0 GTII HOPI ReI 1VILt r I I e l KENTUOKY IRISH AMIiRZOAl T THE BIG STORE I ALTERATION SALEI- s now supplying thousands of pleased patrons with their outfits We must have the room Clothing Furnishings and Hats at Alteration Prices 424 West Market St THE BIG STORE Poirth Between and Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE d CO N ++4 MONUMENTS In order to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and examinett MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 38320 WEST GREEN STREET N NN + 4 MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap preciated more than In the summer A FARRANDCECILIANPIANO Will supply this music If there Is HO 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- eclllanMONTENEGRORIEHM f MUSIC CO Incorporated 6saf3oo0 FOURTH AVENUE CEO IOED TEAIs a most popular and pleasing summer beverage but the TEA must be gopd lltULLOYS TEAS 45excellentC Are goodand youre sure of success in Tea making if you use them MTJJLLOY COFFEE ROASTER Home Phone 1323 m13 W MARKET 19TREIDT 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- ect to Action of the Democratic Party 1909 November Elecllen 1909 Squire John M Adams I ICANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Candidate For Bailiff Police Court I Subject to the Aclloa of the Democratic Party I FALLS CITY BREWINQ CO 1 j INCORPORATED tt- n Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Ar Brewing and Bottling Beer Especiallyt lor1 Family Use Order a Case far Your Home 3 v TtHi J 0 M K MI 7 7S2 Cuwfc Wut It SALVATOR Dark LIFE S VER Lfclit x + t f ANNUAL PICNICI GIVEN BY THE ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Monday July 5 1909 Phcenix Hill ParK TICKETS 10 CENTS TUG OF WAR Will Be Feature of Hibernian Outing at Phoe nix Hill Everything Is progressing favor ably in the matter of arranging for the Ancient Order of Hibernians annual outing which will be held at Phoenix Hill Park oil Monday July 5 Each division is doing its part in working upenthusiasm and it is safe to say that the event will be one of the most successful ever given by the Hibernians in Louis vllle A feature of the day will be a tug ofwar between tennis from Lim erick and 1qrtland 1om Dolan who is organizing and training the Port land team says his men are strong enough to pull the German war scare out of England and President John II Hennessy who is taking care of Division 4s interests declares that his Limerick giants are able to pull the United States Senate out of its tariff trance CHILDRENS HAPPY DAY A class of fourteen children will receive their first holy communion from the Rev Father Kalaher at St Columbas church Thirtysecond and Broadway at 7 oclock tomorrow Father Kalaher will celebrate the high mass The happy children are Frank Reynolds Joseph Thompson Leo Boumnn Will Becker Louis Steber Milton McCloskey Amelia Weikel Mary Losson Gladys Fusco Rosie Freeburg Annie Eichberger Ida Schlenk Mary Sweeney and Mamie Harrit After solemn vespers at 3 oclock in the afternoon the chil dren will be enrolled in the con fraternity of the scapular and will be received into the sodality IFLANZ FOR JAILER Thus far John R Pflanz has been the most popular Democrat to offer for the nomination for Jailer of Jefferson county He was porn and bred in Louisville lIe has served the city and county for years as Alderman Sheriff and Jailer None know the duties of Jailer better than he and he has a splendid record for prisonersAs I Jailer he has been tried and never found wanting Isis friends believe that his nomination will add strength to the ticket to be nomin ated next month STAR ATTRACTION The Portland Stars have booked a banner attraction for tomorrow afternoon the Evansville baseball team being here for a return game Everyone who witnessed the exciting 2 to 1 contest between these teams several weeks ago will be sure to be on hand again as the former game was only won for Portland by Harper knocking tho ball over the left field fence for a home run The premier local twirler George Board man will pitch for Portland while umpirenabe dicator RURAL OUTING The people of St Frances of Rome parish will have an outing at the DrcckelSt noon and evening Mr Breckel has a bpautifully shaded and spacious lawn which he has offered to the committee for the occasion There will be a euchre game in the after noon at 3 oclock and another in the evening The Louisville Eastern trolley line wilt carry patrons to St Matthews where a committee will be on hand to escort them to the grounds The ladies of the congregation will furnish supperI luncheon and refreshments It is ex pected that tile friends of the Rev Father Thomas W White pastor St large Frances numbers church will attend ofI FONTAINE FERRY PARK The bright warm weather of the present week has sent crowds to Fontaine Ferry Park every after noon and evening Mothers and chill dren spend entire days enjoying the refreshing breezes and inhaling the p refresh air The open air concerts and free gate help to attract I many and those who like amusement J devices will find plenty to their 1 liking at this attractive spot 4 ENJOYING VACATION 1 I I The Rev Father Christmas 0 P j left Sunday for a months vacation which he will spend with his parents and relatives at Newport R I where he celebrated his first mass three years ago Father Christmas has been one of the assistant priests at St Louis Bertrands church dur ing the past fourteen months and is t well beloved by the people of the parish VENERATED UGLY NAMEe Steven Therry the first layman In the United States to affiliate with the Holy Name Society passed into eternity in New York City last Saturday He Joined the society in 1854 The society was founded mote than 700 years ago and ita aim Igi to combat thCaVU of profanity In the United o StatM alone it ling more than a ttJUIbn members n R x SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr RyanRecording Lawler FinancialSecretaryThos Dolan TreasurerCharles J Finegan iSergeantatArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis Roller- DIVISIQN 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone Financial SecretaryJnoT Keaney LynchSergeantatArmsJohnBrown Sentinel WHHam Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursilayEvenlns and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvnn Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G Hession DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysDertrand HennessyViceLynchFinancialMe Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Wlnn BradySentinelMichael SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEHSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall KennedyPresientLouis Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy IIMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentyslxth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D Clines Second jVice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryThomas F Bachman SecretaryWilliamF Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDanieli W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An drlott R f What the Dominican Nuns Say 8 Under date of September 6 1908 The Dominican Nuns of Newark N J write Two members of our community have tried Pastor Xoenigt Nerte Tonic with favrabl rOo inlti It has a most charming effect on the ne Tons system The sister of the Good Shepherdat Peoria HI write JBobt 2 1906W used 2 bottles of Pastor Koonfg Nene Tonic for a ease of agra Tatod and obstinate Iniomla with extreme car roune Thlliecbod bottle is not finished and a cur has been brought when a physician worked In rain for 2 month The patlept sleeps like a child and thedayRandolph1906 For sufferes from week nerves Pastor Koenigl Nerve Tabio Is iniurpsuable it makes the feel sleepsbetter i remedy is also good forbad stomach It could pot bebetterlshall recommend ittoaftnerrom people Alas A WytQBNE A Valuable Book on Nor FFREE VOU8 Diseases and Sampll bottle to any address Poor pa tient also get the medicine free Prepared by the Rev FATBIR KOENIO of Port tVayna lad pence 1876 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago lit 100 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at SI per Bottle 6 tor 5 Urge Size 175j 6 Bottle for Sit MOTION PICTURES Tile Princess Amusement Company continues to furnish the patrons of J its three theaters with first class motion pictures The Casino Princess and Columbia are trongedIevery afternoon and evening these playhouses are well venttlatert and kept cool with electric fans En tirely new sets of films vrill be- shownat each of these houses next veelcII COLUMBIA COMES AGAINI The Columbia Athletic Club will give another one of its noted cele brations at Zelleri Hall Shelby and Uosclane streets on Monday night J The members and their lady friends expect to enjoy a very pleasant J enlnl I STRONG TICKET- Nelson county has a sure enough strong Democratic ticket Among others Frank Daugherty of Bards towlkJithenoml for Commonwealths Attorney F Boone Rapier f New Haven for County Judge and JoMphf H Bowling of New nanD for County Aawiunr FIRST GRADUATES Of St Philip Nerls School Will Be Aonored Tomorrow Tomorrow wilt be a big day at SL Philip Nerls church It will mark graduation of the parochial school At 9 oclock llev Dr 0 P Ackerman the pastor will celebrate the solemn high mass with the Rev Father Bachmann as FranciscanyGraduating honors will be con ferred on Misses Adeline Scharfen berger and Florence Ising who be gan their studies at St Philip Neris school eight years ago and who have now finished the Eighth grade course The Rev Father Ackerman will preach an appropriate sermon sungbybyDominicseveral violins After the mass the two graduates will receive the bless ing of the pastor They will be es corted to the altar by eight of their classmates MOLUSKYPOPE Miss Catherine Marns McClusky and Edward L Pope will be united in marriage at St Mary Magdalens church at 7 oclock on the morning of Wednesday June 30 Rev Father William Gausepohl will perform the ceremony and will celebrate the nuptial high mass After a two weeks bridal tour in the East Mr housekeepIng lands The brideelect is a daughter of Mr and Mrs M J McClusky of 1708 Brook street and has been much admired in Catholic society circles Mr Pope occupies a respon sible position with the firm of David Baird eon- ROBERTSON ANNOUNCES Samuel J Robertson a popular contractor of the West End and Vice President of Mackin Council has announced his candidacy for the Legislature from the Fiftyfirst this trict which is composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth wards Mr Robertson has always been a Demo crat and expects to win both tIle nomination and election lie is popular with all who know him and strengthtoPRIESTS TRANSFERRED The Right Rev C P Maes Bishop of Covington has announced several transfers of the clergy in his diocese this week The Rev Father L Do Waegennere of Covington succeeds the late Father Barry as pastor of St Pauls church Lexington and the Rev Father W T Punch of Rich mond becomes pastor of the new parish at Lexington These changes will necessitate other transfers and it is expected that the Rev Father William B Ryan of Winchester wilt succeed Father Do Wnegenaere at Covington and Father Cooney who has been ill will go to Richmond MOURN ins DEATH The funeral of Robert F Kin berger who died at the residence of his parents Mr and Mrs John Klm berger at 1926 West Main street on Friday of last week took place from St Anthonys church Monday morning and was largely attended by his associates and fellow railroad clerksI yearsOldhimself up from messenger boy to assistant cashier 5f the Illinois Cen tral freight office He was highly esteemed by his employers Besides his parents he is survived by the JohnxMrs Joseph Strowmosky and Misses Margaret Anna and Edna Kin berger RIVERVIEW PARK lUverylew Park is enjoying a lib eral patronage these warm days aside from the andII canals of Venice etc there plenty of people left to enjoy the splendid concerts given by Don publledancingan ideal sty for those who lovo to trip the light fantastic and besides there is a private dancing han 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