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IRISH VOLUME XXIINO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 261909 PRICE FIVE CENTS ATTENTION Good Democrats Must Do Their Duty at the District Conventions Clean J Icn Must Be Named For Every Ofllco OIl the Ticket 1 1 Plenty ot Capable Timber Is to Be Found in Partys Hanks i WORD ABOUT THE CANDIDATES I The Democrats of Louisville and Jefferson county will meet In their respective districts next Thursday to select delegates to the moss con vention that will assemble Friday to choose the Democratic candi 1 dates for the November election ItEbehooves every good Democrat to attend these district conventions i and vote for the delegates he deems 1 best fitted To win this year the party must put its best foot for ward must name the best possible 1 men for every officeIThe offerings for the judiciary positions are all excellent They are men of integrity and learning f and have been tried and true in theI past In the race for the Mayoralty able men like Iron W 0 Head and I Robert W Bingham are to the fore and either is made of good executive timber Great interest centers tooI in the race for Commonwealths Attorney I with two excellent candi dates Joseph II Huffaker and Daniel E OSulllvan contending for the honor The former is the in cumbent and the latter has served as a member of the Board of Public I Safety and Assistant City Attorney For Circuit Clerk Louis Summers 1 the present City Assessor and Itob ert KaKenbacher for twelve years a E deputy in the Circuit Clerks office I ore the contending candidates 1 Walter Ratcliffe for twenty years an accommodating deputy in the County Clerks office wants to be the nominee for County Clerk Ills opponent is Martin Callahan a well known business and railroad man Daniel II Russell and E H Bate arc rivals for the Democratic nomina Lion for Sheriff Muir Weissinger and Edward F Raiser both well known young attorneys are seeking ihe nomination 1 for County Judge and In the rnce for the nomination for Coroner five 1 trained and popular physicians have entered They are Drs Charles Moir J F Whittenberg C G Schott Ellis Duncan and T J Yaeger John R Pflanz former Alderman Sheriff and Jailer wants to be nominated for Jailer again but John Rohrman and George John son are also contesting for the nomination Thus far only one t candidate C W Mllltkcn has announced j for City Tax Receiver and Attorney Harry Robinson seems to be the only avowed candidate for Judge of the Police Court DeputynalllffMoran are making an exciting finish in the race for the nomination for Bailiff There are three candidates announced for Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court Clem Huggins EmmetSlattery theStateagoThe districtFrankDacherEdwardlileglemeryfight for Magistrate in the Fourth wardsMagistrate renominatinteasyforinthecityFour are entered in the race for County As sessor and each man has a strong RaySquireJosephTimmonsHerman Newcomb seems to have nominationforhlrtysixthDeputyCircuitawinner in the Thirtyeighth MANY PRESENT At First Mass of the Rev rather Kennedy On Sunday The Rev Father Emmett Do Ken I nedy who was ordained last week at Enimitsburg IIlghlands church was crowded with the rela youngpriest ytheas deacon and the Rev Father Remlgius O F M subdeacon The VoryRevof Mount St Marys College who priesthood Father Kennedy and said he ewas oneof the most exemplary students he bad known in years He said he was glad to be able to cometo Irene tucky to pay this tribute to his pupil 1 and friend renderedMallardspresided at iboorgan Father Rene nedy will leave1 loon to begin its ro to duties in Mobile for which diocese he was ordained The choir was made upofSopranos Mrs John J Score Mrs D J Hennessy Misses O E Katz man Elizabeth Nlclen Louise Meyer Anna Neuhaus and Florence Barrett AltosMrs S W Chawk G Midden dorf and Misses Caroline Adelberg- E M Kemp and Elizabeth Oldiges Tenors Leo Fritsch J J Cooper D J Hennessy William Quinn J F Hnrtring J H Mitchell J H Kirn Theodore P Welssenberger and John Klophcke Bassos George Middendorf J L McCrocklin C G Klapheke L E Worland J D neck tenwald William Bnx George Bar rett and Joseph Busehemeyer At the offertory the trio Jcsu Del Vivi was beautifully rendered by Mrs John J Score and Messrs Theo dore Weissenbcrger lend J F Busehemeyer INSTRUCTIVE TALKS Made by Visitors and Mem bers at Division 3sMeeting Division 3 A O II held a well attended meeting with President Patrick T Sullivan presiding on Thursday night of last week All of the officers were present and Rob McGlnty was elected to membership President Sullivan read an interesting chapter of Irish history William J Bishop who had been ill was reported improving and John McDonald was reported ill Two of the members were reported out of employmentCounty Patrick J Welsh announced the postponement of thft complImentedDivision good work at the initiation on June 13 County Treasurer D J Coleman told of the progress made in arranging for the annual picnic which is to be held at Phoenix lUll Park on July 5 At the close of the routine business Attorney Thomas Walsh of DI- vision 1 made an interesting tolls and was followed by Joseph Lynch of Division 2 and John Hellon of Division 4 Both had something Interesting to say Many members of Division 3 also made brief talks and expressed their regrets that more members of the division were not on hand to hear the instructive addresses from the visitors BELOVED MOTHER CALLED Mrs Charles Schreiber one of the most widely known and best beloved matrons In tine West End died daughterMrsSaturday morning The news of her death was a terrible blow to her ImsbmldnI1l1 children The body byllerleceased was sixtythree years old md had spent all her life in Louis rllle Her husband and six children survive her The children are J J WillIam and Dan Schreiber Mrs M GeorgeGordon placeTuesdaychurch and the ninny old friends of the family crowded the edifice to pay their respects to her memory SCHOOL OUTINGS It would be hard to tell who was most disappointed last Monday the Very Rev Father James P Cronin- or the children of St Patricks parochial school Father Cronin had Prepared to give the youngsters nn outing at Shawnee Park Arrange ments had been made for cars re frtjahmcnts had been provided and the children had assembled at the school but It was raining Father Cronin and a number of the men of the parish were with the children md all waited for the rain to cease At noon it was decided to have the outing in the school rooms and a despitetheirof Sacred Heart school had their outing nt Shawnee Park on Tuesday Rev Father Walsh was on hand to see that all enjoyed themselves JUDGE LINCOLN ANNOUNCES lion Walter P Lincoln has an nounced his candidacy for Circuit Judge of Division No 3 Court of Common Pleas the court over which presIdesJudgeknown to the people of Louisville md Jefferson county He is a native of Louisville and a graduate of her schools and of her law school x For hasbeenfrequentlybeenspecialJudgein 1907 decided the contest cases against the Democrats Judge Lin coln was named by Gov Beckham as County Judge a position that ho filled to the satisfaction of all EXTENDED LEASE Dougherty Lanning cool merr chants have secured another extended lease on their large coal yard at Seventh and Magnolia avenues and in consequence are making extensive improvements in the plant The firm handles nothing but the best Pitts burg and Jcllico coal E J Mann the former popular deputy in the City Tax Receivers office is book bLanning3ers front those who are laying in their winters coal in time PRIESTS TRANSFERRED The Right Rev Thomas F Cusack Auxiliary Bishop of New York lias transferred seventeen pastors in the archdiocese There transfers were 9t1anutothe city from tbeu rbllJtll the younger Invites were wit to the rural district r F CLOSING Untlie Gaps in Fight On Lloyd Georges Budget In Commons lIon T P OConnor Experts Vote Will Bo Taken This Week The Irish Members Will Not Use Any Filibustering Tactic SAYS MEASURE WILL TRIUMPH The fight on the LloydGeorge budget In the British IJouse of Com nio iSsdriaWlngo11c ts md nell T P OConnor in his letter to the Chicago Tribune last Sunday de clares that a vote will be taken this week In his opinion the budget will pass triumphantly despite the oppo sition of the capitalists The land tax says OConnor is the item in the budget which most appeals to the popular imagination and it accounts largely for the return of virility and popularity to the Government The attitude of the Irjsh party was much influenced by the interviews be tween LloydGeorge and the Irish distillers and publicans Lloyd George and the Irish distillers and publicans were ready to make reasonable concessions and the majority went away almost satisfied The distillers can get ho concessions at present but later the tax maybe pronounced an emergency or temporary tax One result of this improvement in the temper between LloydGeorge and the publicans is the temporary cessation of the campaign of partytedmondand publicans referred to such at tacks and elicited a repudiation from a deputation who left the whole struggle over conceslons to Ireland confidently in the hands of the partyThe budget which was exploited partyturnsand power The Government gave a guarantee of thorough good faith passing throughtheknown that Lord Crewe leader of the Government in the House of Lords wants the bill to reach the Lords early In August with a view rejecting time The policy of the landlords still evidently is to pass halt of the bill giving them more money but excise the other half bringing relief to the partyhasrejecttheHouse of Lords John Dillon warned the landlords plainly that if Birrells bill is rejected Ireland would revolt Unless the unlikely event of a defeat on the budget ocurs tho Government certainly will try another year of exist ence The landlords will not like getting istered by a Radical Government whiskytaxtheyknovthebudgettheomnipotentonthat anythinglikefactlonists recommend to Would be playing into the handsof those who want to wreck Birrells land hill and in that way to dis credit the Irish party The Course of events may not be quite on the proceedings had a knack of turning out dlf= everybodytlifc Tory bppoaitioH gradually will be worn down members of Parlia S NNNNNNNNcN N NNN N N N0NNW ment like other people talk more frequently of dying iin the last ditch than of carrying tlio awful threat into realization J COSGKOVEIUATHOE 4 Jt Popular Newspaper Em ploye Takes Bride Un to Himself Miss Alice Cosgrove and Joseph H Gathot were united in matrimony by the Rev Father Charles P Raffo at St Charles Borromeos church Mon day morning at 6 oclock Val Kast and J J Jansen were the attendants Despite the early hour the church was filled with friends of the happy couple Mr and Mrs Gathot left for Chicago to spend ten days The bride is well and favorably known In the West End and Mr Gathof is foreman of the Anzelger and Kentucky Irish American press room Before starting on their bridal tour Mr and Mrs Gathof re ceived many handsome presents from admiring friends EDWARD F KAISER ANNOUNCES Edward F Kaiser one of Louis villes popular young attorneys Is making a strenuous effort to land the Democratic nomination for County Judge Mr Kaiser is a Louis ville boy a graduate of the Louis- Ville High School Und Louisville Law School During his student period at the latter institution he read law in the office of the late Charles G HuWewede Since his admission to the bar he hiss been eminently successful and since announcing his candidacy has developed wonderful strength Isis friends believe he can win the nomination and election ROHRMAN FOR JAILER John Rohrman has announced his candidacy for County Jailer subject to the action of the Democratic party lift Rohrman was born and raised in Louisville and been identified with the ice business ever since his boyhood At present lie is head of the Rohrman Tee Company and is popular with all who know him Although always a Democrat he has never before offered for1 oflee If nominated he will work as hard for theaucceasothewhoIEt ticket an lie has worked for the upbuilding of his own n buninftM jI J o u- i e t i PATRIOTIC Hibernians Will Commemorate tho Dawn of American Liberty Grand Gathering of Irishmen nUll Women Expected to Attend Oratory Music Dancing and Field Events at Phoenix Hill Park WAITING FOR THE GREAT DAY Louisville members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians are preparing to commemorate the one hundred and thirty tinrd ariniversaryToitileDeclaration of Independence with an outing at Phoenix Hill Park Be cause July 4 falls on Sunday this year the celebration will be held on Monday July 5 The Irish like the oppressed of other nations found freedom home and happiness in America and they allow no other people to eclipse them in commemor ating the glorious events in the his tory of the United States More than a month ago the four local divisions of the Ancient Order began to prepare for the approach ing celebration The matter was placed in charge of the County Board and that body named the following committee on arrange ments County President Patrick J Welsh Chairman Thomas Keenan Jr Division 1 Joseph J Lynch Di vision 2 D J Coleman Division 3 William J Connelly Division 4 These gentlemen are old hands at arranging patriotic celebrations and at once secured Phoenix Hill Park for the celebration It is the produce pleasure for young and old for the American who boasts his Kentucky or Virginia ancestry as well as those who lay claim to descent from Brian Boru or Owen Roe ONeill The German the French and the Italian American will all be welcome Attorney J J Kavanagh who is winning renown as a speaker will deliver the oration of the day In the afternoon there will be a tugof war between Tom Dolans Portland IrennessysLimerick foriOand an Irish jig for men Members of the order are expected to enter in the contents in the tug of war and Irish jig while members of the Ladles Auxiliary will enter the breakdown contest Sons nUll daughters of the Hibernians anti Ladles Auxiliary are expected to racesHandsomethe winner of each event willfurnlsbWMletherethe programme American music will predominate State President George J Butler and nil the State and county officers will be present and the members of the divisions in Jeffersonville and New Albany have LoulsvlllcIIlbernians dayThereof refreshments and ample street car accommodation Phoenix Hill Park occupies a higher altitude than any andtherefreshingINVITED TO 5D3MPHIS theYbeenInvitedexpectstofutureCliickasaw bestIn5TQUNQ LADY DROWNED Miu Flornne Conway pne otWin chiumlnigirlwadrlnm picnicgiven not far frdm the city Miss Conway was a member of the graduating class of the Winchester high School She with others were seated close to tho Kentucky river In some way she slipped from the log into the river Two girls who tried to rescue her and jtwo boys who went to their assistance were almost drowned before aid was at hand The body of Miss Conway was recovered twenty minutes after the accident She was the daughter of J P Conway a leading business man of Winchester and was beloved by all who knew her DIPLOMAS AWARDED St Xaviers College Has An Extra Large Class The large hall of St Xaviers College was crowded bost Monday and Wednesday nights by the parents and friends of the pupils who dec sired to witness the annual closing exercises of the institution On Monday night the minim and younger pupils had their friends on hand while friends of the seniors attended on Wednesday evening The programmes were the same except that the award of medals and diplomas were made on the latter night Vocal and instrutnentn mightllaethe oratorical medal Jeremiah A Hogan the saluta torian discoursed on One of Natures Noblemen Joseph IJ OBrien hind for Ins theme Jl iuuryThethe subject handled by James G Carnachan Conrad 0 Broeker told of The Evils of Child labor and the Remedy Nameless Noblemen was the subject of Warren C Lillys ad dress Herman J Ensllnger told of The Church and Citizenship and valedictoryOnRev Father Denis Murphy delivered the baccalaureate address and on Wednesday night the Very Rev Father Deppen performed a like service Frank 0 Cunningham of the class of 1896 now of St Louis delivered the alumni address on Wednesday night Graduating honors were con ferred on Edward Henry Aulbach Perry Walter Dahl William Oscar flayInondGeorgeDroekerEdwin Thomas Cocke Benjamin Joseph Driscoll Anthony William Ell ers Herman Joseph Enslinger Theo JosephFerryAnthonyHoganren Constantine Lilly Norvln Ed BoydODrlenReglmtildB Charles Henry SchimpSler William SpeakJohnLeroyVogelAfter due deliberation the gentle men who were judges of the oratorl cal contest awarded the gold medal to James C Carnachan WANTS COUNTY JUDGESHIP Muir Weissinger a well known member of the Louisville bar has announced his candidacy fAr the nomination for County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party He was born in Louisville graduatedfromcrsity of Virginia and the Columbia College Low School in New York City In 1894 he began the practice- of his profession with the firm of ifulr Heyman and Muir and later embarked as an attorney on his own harry1Veissinger Jul1gePeteIDgrandfatherscholarly attainments wllladdstrength to the ticket if he Is nominated REroMALLETTE The marriage of Miss Clara Mae Reid and Dr Cyrus Mallette took rectoryWednesday P M J Rock members of the bridefamilyand a few intimate friends of the con tracting parties were in attendance After the marriage rite the youilg people were given u reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs James F Reid 642 Fifth street Dr Mallette and his bride will remain with Mr and Mrs Reid until July 1 when they will leave for their future home in Lafe Ark where Dr Nanette will resume the practice- of his profession ST JOHNS SCHOOL boysdepartmenthelll in the school hall Clay and Walnut streets Tuesday night The Rev Dr George Schuhmann pastor of St Johns presided and among the other clergy present were the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G and Rev Fathers Louis filler Michael R Melody Cyril Van de Mtte and several of the Xovcrian brothers The graduates were John J Bradley John T Cuniffe Francis X Driscoll John F Donnelly Louis W Dpnkler Joseph P and William P Hennessy John C Schmltt and Henry A rhompson The boys ren dered a pleasing programme of vocal music and boyish dramas AL FRESCO MINSTRELS Rev Father Francis Jjeltori is hard atwolk training the young men of his congregation for the open air concert minstrel show and cake walk to be giten on the nights of July 12 13 and 14 All the songs are new and many of the jokes orIginal The parochial school grounds adjoining St Augustines hurcli will be properly Illuminated amid a stage will be constructed forth oocaaUJ i l lr MAKING HAY Republican Machine Working For Everything Not Nailed Down Increase in Revenue Front Saloons Docs Not Lessen Burdens Dump Near Public School May Cause Epidemic ot Fever t ONE POLICEMAN AND HIS GUN f The Republican machine is cer tainly determined to make all the hay possible in Louisville while its sun shines When James B Brown SinkingFundwas elected in his stead for purely partisan purposes The Sinking twentyfiveof the citys bonded indebtedness and from its origin to the present byDemocratsbonds are as good as gold anywhere But behold I The Republican ad ministration takes control and Mr Wood becomes President Former Presidents of the Sinking Fund got Republicanskickingpart of the taxes hind been taken appropriation1800 All the Democratic License Inspectors and clerks eleven of them were dismissed and Republicans appointed in their stead The utter Incompetency of the new crew was discernable within a few days matters got into a terrible tangle and Silas Joseph the former chief clerk lend a Democrat had to be monthtotheir errors It may be that more of the old Democratic have to be called in to extricate them from the muddle Taxes were 180 on the 100 valu lateMayorthis year In 1007 and 1908 liberal appropriations were made in the tax levk for the Sinking Fund but this year the appropriation was cut tothethotnxpayerstheir burden yet at the same tit j the revenue of the Sinking Fund been increased more than tlirsM by raising the license on from 150 to 500 per nnr number of saloons failed J even after the increase an eye on the future of FundBut there are other i city A public dump hi iA the commons near public school in the Garbage dead cats ra rotten materials are Irr In a heap The scorching sun c todecomposesomething awful Neighbors and physicians fear a fever or pestil ential epidemic of some kind will protestshavealwasdangerousous in the hands of an irresponsible evenIng r Patrolman Helmerdinger saw a number of boys engaged in what he ntHuneoekboysfledtheir front yards when suddenly the begantointo their houses One of the boys t j 11 j i LJloDasWellsa baby in her arms ran into the house when she saw the policeman enter the gate with a smoking revolver Mr Wells grabbed tho policeman and ejected him from the premises revolver still in hand Fortunately no one was shot by the policemans fusllode r LOUIS SUMMERS ANNOUNCES a Louis Summers present City As sessor of Louisville has announced his candidacy for the nomination for Circuit Clerk of this Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Summers has boyhoodvUle more familiar with the work- Ings of the city and county govern meat that he He has served as deputy in the Circuit Clerks office CityMallmachinery at his finger ends Those who know him beet consider him a wad ing encyclopedia of municipal nu county knowledge If nomin ated it Is believed that his acknowledged worth will Insure his election RISK PRIESTS FOR BROOKLYN A number of priests recently ordained nt Maynooth College Ireland Brooklyndiocesescarcity of priests WILL BE RAZED The work of tearing down the oldnChitrcchof St MarysbftheKiiolwi TliqoldcrhiifleeIndiana knobs for more than half a- Ceituryand many of the old pariah U ionerrt hate toseeIt torn down P M 1r I KENTUOKY IRISHA1 S KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflU Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemeracnt of Irish Americans and Catholics k Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PUblisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered it the Loultvllle PoitoMlee al SecondClass ntter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreea St TFADES ugh COUNCIL 2619D9LOUISVILLELEFT GOOD EXAMPLE In these days when the evil of profanity and vulgarity is BO Prey nlent it is a relief to read of the career of Stephen Thcrry the oldest member of the Holy Name Society in the United States who passed away in New Yorlc City last Satur day lie was a native of Limerick Ireland and came to America at an early age The swearing and obscene language he heard on every hand horrified him He knew of the Holy Name Society in Ireland and on theI continent of Europe and secured the aid of a priest in establishing a branch in the parish of the Immac ulate conception He was the first man in the United States to become falthfUljtoOn big deathbed Mr Therry asked for his Act of consecration and when it was placed in his hands he said It may serve as a passport to heaven Shortly after he passed away This pious man set an example for youth and age to follow If you have no branch of the Holy Name Society at hand make up your mind to avoid the use of profanity and to discourage it in others This one resolution may also serve as a pass port to heaven RIVAL CHAMPIONS The United States Senate is still discussing tariff reform and meanwhile the business of the country suffers Merchants and manu facturers will not buy when there is a chance of a loss on account of the tariff The country looks on and wonders when and how will it all end Some there are who are inter ested in studying the leaders in the fight for tariff reformSenator Aldrich of Rhode Island and Sen ator La Follette of Wisconsin The New England Senator stands for high protection and the man from s the Middle West for a tariff graded downward Aldrich bunched a few street rail roads in Rhode Island sold andre sold them until he is several times a millionaire He has money enough i be elected United States Senator fclnng as he chooses La Follette lhvonlyhls opponent on the Icstion but is his opposite In temperament training ther respect The man ddle West was elected ris e of the peoplE He fame in politics with due ith the other carved out rcOr to nichea living on e He wants money only as STmeans of living and helping others to live The Senator from Rhode Island has a sublime faith in the wisdom of I men with money and he fights for them as La Follette fights for prin ciples What is best for the rich man Aldrich considers best for the whole country His doctrine is if the rich prosper the whole country prospers On the other hand La Follette is for the man who has very little money for the man who works for every dollar he gets These rival champions stand sixty feet apart in the Senate chamber day after day and fight it out on these lines When Aldrich speaks La Follette listens When La Follette speaks Aldrich retires to the cloakroom and fumes d If you like us dont forget our friends Sur advertisers There is no way in which you can assist us more than by patronizing them DYNAMITED RECTORY Fiends In human form attempted to destroy St Roccos church and the adjoining rectory In Newark N fit early Sunday morning Tomato cans filled with dynamite were used as bombs Fortunately only one of the bombs exploded It wrecked the front part of tho rectory Father James Zuccarelll his sister and house keeper Miss Manmade Zuccarelli a and four nuns who teach the parochial school were badly shaken up but all escaped serious injury The police are working on the case The bombs placed near the church failed to explode I NEW AMBASSADOR Robert Bacon who Is to succeed 0 Henry White as Ambassador to France was born In Massachusetts fortynine years ago and was gradu ated from Harvard in the same class with Theodore Roosevelt He Joined the banking firm of J P Morgan nCo anil at one time was the firms European representative In IdOohe accepted the post of Assistant Secretary of State and was the close corn anion and friend of President Roose veil until the end of hie administration Mr Bacon became Secretary of State upon the retirement of Elilm Root and occupied the place In the Cabinet until the appointment of Philander C Knox v o 1J C9w fwY 3w Jt+Ya l a g SOCIETY Miss Elinore Sullivan is visiting friends in Memphis Miss Ruth Fitzgibbons Is visiting friends at Central City Miss Lilly Kearns Is visiting Miss Beatrice Rodman at Bardstown Miss Lizzie Sullivan is expected to return from Columbia Tenn next weekMr and Mrs John P Hartley have returned from a visit to Paris and Frankfort David Welch of South Louisville has gone to Muncie Ind to reside permanentlyAugust has returned from a beneficial visit to West Baden Springs Mrs J J Foley of South Louis vine is visiting relatives at Richmond and Paris Misses Mnrcella OConnor Edith MeVermott und Addie M Trail are resting at West linden Springs Miss MinnieI Kearns of South Louisville is visiting the family of Dr II D Rodman at Bardstown William Heffernnn a son of Mr and Mrs D J Heffernan left Wednesday to locate in St Louis D J Olccson who has been in New York on business during the past ten days is expected to return homo ton Frank Vetter anti Miss Anna Tiemey and William C Brumlevo and Catherine Riehm were united in marriage on Tuesday Mrs John Hale of Earlington is visitingI her mother Mrs Mary Mur ply In South Louisville and will remain here during the summer Misses Alice and Bess Ropier two popular New Haven girls have been spending a week here as the guests of their sister Mrs Sam J Dant Mr and Mrs Gordon Alexander tournnlll Bellvoir at Third and St Catherine Cleni Fangman is in excellent prettylittleFloyd street last Monday morning entertained her1sltorCincinnati WilhelminnWalle1 ofMisstobecomeonWet1nesdnMiss Julia Burns who Is to be maid of honor at the CollinsSeibert homeIninhonorattendingCollegehasparentsMr HeffernanIlaughter JlIestreet was given a surprise party on heartAcademy IndlauapolIsdangliter andJeangraduated from Lady Cliff Convent on the Hudson last Wednesday Mrs Edward D Shinnick wife of CountyRecordfect of a surgical operation which sheysubmitted to at St Josephs In firmary and returned home last week llasbeen oftShehilssee her out again 1ersteggeofXew NorthwestTheyMrs Terstegges sister who spent some time In New Albany last year theSeuttleValley IIRohmnn oftSyCharlesafternoon the Rev Father Charles aftertheytheIrletuM1theyson street PSatStoT9hnsSehuimmanitperformed is the charming daughter of Mrs lWilliam GoiUejf and the rgroom fis a Qthha16nf and happy married We n STATE COUNCILi Of Y M I Will Convene Here Early In August Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors of the Y M I Kentucky jurisdiction called a meeting of the board recently and now all arrangements have been completed for the State convention of the rder which will be held in this city on August 8 0 and 10 All the business sessions Will bo held at Trinity Councils new club house Baxter and Morton avenues A pro gramme has been arranged for each dayOn Sunday August 8 the visiting delegates will arrive and will be entertained by the local Reception Committee badges will be distributed and the visitors shown over the city Time Grand Directors will meet on the same afternoon The first business session will be held nt Trinity Hall on Monday morning August 9 In the afternoon of the same dray the delegates will be given a trolley ride through the city which will end at one of the parks with a dinner and dance The prin cipal work of the business session on Tuesday will be the election of officers The convention will close with moonlight excursion on the river GROSS ISLE MONUMENT St John Hibernians are making arrangements with the Intercolonial railway In regard to dates for tho pilgrimage to St Anne de Beaupre to be conducted under A O H aus pices some time in August One of tho principal features of the visit will be the unveiling at GrosseIsle of the monument erected in honor of the victims who perished with ship fever while on their way to their new homes in Canada The elaborate preparations being made by the A O H for tho conveyance of public to and from the Isle on this occasion will render It a most memorable day for Irishmen allover the continent COMPLIMENTS FROM CARDINAL One of the most striking features of the festivities at the jubilee cele bration of the American College In Rome Was the presence of Cardinal Merry del Val and the delivery of an address by him The Cardinals speech was the first he had ever de livered at a similar gathering and was a paean of praise for the clergy of tho United States especially those trained in the American College It will be published in the actsof the Jubilee a book that is being pre pared by the Right Rev Monsignor Kennedy Rector of the American College CATHEDRAL UEIIUILT St Marys old Cathedral at San Francisco which was destroyed by the earthquake four years ago has been rebuilt and was rededicated last Sunday For over half a century tins church has stood as n monument to the zeal and piety of the Catholics of San Francisco The restoration of the old church was largely assisted by the nonCatholics of the city who feel a deep interest In the preservation of time historic edifice TURNS OUT SCHOLARS The Rev Dr Pace a professor at tho American College in Romo has prepared a chart showing whit the institution has done for tho church in tho United States in the last fifty years It shows that it has furnished 523 priests eighteen Bishops and six Archbishops In theology it has given 157 doctors 195 licentiates and 304 bachelors and In philosophy eightyfive doctors seventyfive licentiates and 197 bachelors MORE MONSIGNORI Although the festivities attendant upon the fiftieth anniversary of the American College at Rome were brought to a close last week Archbishop Farley and several other distinguished American clergy will remain at least ten days longer Arch bishop Farley will bring home honorary Papal titles for n number of New York priests The number of Monsignori in his archdiocese will be increased by four or five PRIESTS GET TRANSFER The Rev Father William B Ryan who has been pastor of St Josephs tholttstfourteen CovingtonWhlloRyan his parishioners hated to ado him leave Father Ryan Is a man of learning piety and executive ability He has done much In the Interest of the Catholic church in Winchester FOUR STUDENTS SURVIVE Four of the original students at the American College nt Rome are still in the lund of the living They are Archbishop Seton of Heliopolis ArchbishopRlortlnn JesultanllRevAt that time the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey of Louisville was Rector of the college SUCCESSFUL YEAR Notre Damo University held its sixtyfifth annual commencement last week The university year Just closed marks one of the most successful In the history of the Institution More than ItOOO students were enrolled and academic lines were strengthened In all departments CATHOLIC SUMJD3R SCHOOL The Catholic Summer School at dire Haven New York will open tomorrow and will continue until September 10 President Taft and GQV Hughes will be guests of the school on July 7 Many noted clergy men and laymen will lecture at the school during Its session EDUCATORS TO MEET The Catholic Education Association will hold Its annual convention at Boston on July 13L4 and 15 A large increase Iin membership during the past year bar been reported t1 EDWARD F WKAlSER CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subject1 to the Action of the Democratic Party DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE Open Air Concert and Minstrel Show FOR BENEFIT OF 81 AAUGUTINESG CHURCHR H ON SCHOOL LAWN 1409 W Broadway i Monday Tuesday Wednesday July 12th 13tH and 14th Grand Cake Walk Each Evening TICKETS 25 Cents los Dougherty Everett tanning Dougherty tannins BEST QUALITY Pittsburg and JellieD Coal Now Is the time to lay In your winter supply of coal Try Dougherty h Lannlng for the best quality of Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Home Phone 1783 SI W Gar Seventh and Magnolia mtOetting nIt Infl fllmt IBor flu u Worsemt IIIJOff u nfl IIIJ f holding WORSE your sn come a Uf- IJIJ JttoffJtt1 ItSAVINGSIt I II ftONEft 1 I II flttPOUNDED Jjl Ky Title jmm- j Savings iIII j Bank ffft- J IfIf- andJ mm- 1m I IjFifthIjflIf IfII mOpen dally uut13 pm m Saturdays until 7 p m J It BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 PRIEST S IJST PRESIDENT the Rev Father Edward Lynch of Henderson was a delegate to the onventionofClthollcmiS8lol1arles that was held In Washington last week AH the delqatetlwererec- ehetJ at the White House by President Taft Fatber Lynch returned home much pleased with hisI Eaterg trip oN AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE UNDER ONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater w Fourth st Princess TheaterJef1 West I 1 s Stree- t3l7 Columbia Theater Fourh Ave Dr Vesteamlallet 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 ex cept Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves everySundayfive miles up the beautiful 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City has n new auxiliary with 100 charter members The fourth division of the order iIn Sac Francisco has been established Division 0 of Springfield Mass has had plans drawn for a 50000 buildingThe at Holyoke on July 5j jl promises to be one of the largestl ever seen In that city At Manchester X II the various divisions anticipate entertaining 20000 people on July 5 NewIBritain Conn has a drill team and a choir of twenty voices At the recent joint initiation oft 6AtI mans give n medal each year for proficiency in Irish history The Ladies Auxiliary at Waltlmn inontbyh A class of 100 was iniiated by th C- ilwaukee division last week This runs the total membership to 750 Congressman James GT Graham will be the orator at the Hibernian outing at Milwaukee on August expecttocoming two hundred and fiftieth an niversary of Norwich Milwaukee Hibernians will have their annual outing on August 7 an it is expected that the celebration will be the largest ever held iin Milwaukee President Thomas Keenan of Divis ion 1 announced Tuesday night that James Barry will deliver an address on Irish history at the next meeting of the division There was n large attendance at a Bpecial meeting of the division at Memphis last Thursday The pur pose was to select a successor to the late President James Reilly Division 10 of Chelsea Mass has yenrIt2200 in its treasury and has do nated 300 to St Roses church The State Board of the Ladies Auxiliary in Xew Hampshire has offered n handsome banner to the division in the State that will secure the greatest number of new mem bers between July 1 1909 and January I 91- 0UPHELD CATHOLICS Abroad Our Sailor Boys Proved They Were- Americans Of the 15000 men comprising the crews of the battleship fleet re turned from the Orient 5000 are Catholics Nor are these upholders of the flag without the admiration of their nonCatholic comrades An incident chronicled from Marseilles illustrates this During the stay of some of our battleships at Marseilles about 150 sailors went to mass but were de rided and criticised by some of the French naval officers and other atheistic Frenchmen Returning to their ship after mass these sailors complained of their treatment to their officers We were insulted because we went to church said they We are Americans Do you wish us to be made a target for insults and sneers What are you going to do about it For answer every one in the fleet awnyProtestantsinfidels olics to the number of 1400 marched to mass in a solid body the next day HAS GONE ABROAD Antoine Brach of the firm o Sullivan Brach has gone to Europ- with his wife and little daughter t spenthef Alsace where he was born This will be his first visit home in twenty years His many trends wish him a delightful visit and safe return IRISH HALL OF FAME Plans to erect on tire Boston College grounds at Newton the first Irish Hall of Fame ever built nr under way and have received th hearty approbation and assistance of seyemlliterarytions and other organizations such as the Ancient Order of Hibernians EVENLY MATCHED The Portland All Stars will meet LouisvfleResand a battle royal is expected a these two teams and both play consistent ball Dougherty and Yantz will be the Portland battery COVINGTON BRIDE JosepHussmanCovington were united in marriage at St Aloyeius church in that city on Fatlieir brated the nuptial mass MAOKIN TQ ELECT oralely Y night A large attendance is expected next Tuesday night when five delegates to the State Council which meets here in August will be elected SAW THE TRUE LIGHT Among the convertst to the Cath olio church during the past year are sixteen former Prptestant ministers The majority of them are now studying for the priesthood WOMAN BACHELOR Theiire4tivoman to be graduated givenrtliMarquett Tfnirtriutjr oil Monday rJ r 1 ro- Furniture r Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST 11ds fl Roger tee 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 their kind in the city Arllcl7Cta S OB EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street SUNDAYdI s DONT YOU WAN Good Cental Work Done For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We arc responsible and do just as advertise All work guaranteed DR N1J COUCHMAN Dentistt OPPIQRfi42 FIFTH STREET I All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO O BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and DrawingRoomSlupers E H BACON D P A N W Cor Fourth and Market Sts Louisville Kv HOME PHONE 8772 Riodg PLUMBING ANDf GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly Attended t To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street HOSPITAe L FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeff rsouvllle hosplforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very re onable For further particulars apply REGINyA HOSPITALdSparks Avenue Jeffersonville l WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALSt SALOON j VAL IdESTEll Paop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 V OIeTEi1P1eT ST HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS I FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of es0 I BOTTLED IN BOND Tiltphen 1948 234 SIXTH STREET afternoon The woman thus honored WM MliM Gra c Wolcott of Niteh lgrlli- rt r 1 r KNIGHTS 1 OF OOUH1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere II ITIIC council at Lima Ohio initiated SundaySix tIlbnnquetnlnrgeIIenneplnCouncilIn furtherance projectf ofMaystllocouncil will have 200 members within another year lnnatlColngtonarrangeingi duringtheNext Tuesday Cincinnati Council theirfnml1lestlleZoologicalMany Knights from Niagara Falls CatherlncsOnt initiationTIeBIshop oftheorderMostArchbishopanInvitation atthenatlonnl ofColumbusrailroadcontractor fewdnestate valued- at nmlStPuebloTI f ColumbusThe AlnslcaYukon SltasideColumbus Knights of daySeattlefourthdegree aclasshlthatthefourthI TOUGH OX VinbcQ WheelerweTFostertoVidocqj The detectivei ImrdonthlgreatbornlnAras abakerterrorofnthlctlcframe tthonotoriousthlcfdlsgrucefulalhentures armyInwithsomeliesoonsentencedyears labor repentedlyescaped connectedadctqctlveen abled him to i servcesofthecomposed whichpurgeddangerousrclasses fullpardontheservicewhenicepaperOthereyolutionn political detective but with littlesuccess In employedment but he died penniless in 1857 HALCYON DAYS doived theSiciliansduring foHowIngthe halcyon ontheduringthisseaswere calm Our Indian summer cor tireSiciliansI FIGHT IN LIMERICK InIrelandcandidatestorLimerickJohnLundonboththeivalsandJoycepartyInLimerickto sthntagainst him THINGS HAVE CHANGED The once Puritan Boston has a public schoql called the Bishop Chevrus School It was named a few mouths ago in honor of the HubCltnamedtoofEducationProtestants had no kick coming edFLOATING CHAPEL agomadeasultableamongthenowbeingBayTheInSydneyWILL WELCOME PHELATE dnilypapers IllIMassachusetts is promised AUTO FOR POPE saidwasAmericanforRomelasttIlePopegardens y ClPoraTE j ranE agalnthlateacherWhatschool every day with a dirty face belooantbriiA a c1 v 1909 November Election 19- 0yROBTI W BINGHAM Candidate Fort MAYORSubje- ct to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 November Election 1909 JOHN R PFLANZCandidate F- orJAILERSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party IS09 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 DANIEL E OSULLIVAN CANDIDATE FOR Commonwealth Attorney JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party i 1909 November Election 1909 Dr6e 6 SGllOtt f CANDIDATE F- OR6ORONER i I JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party FRANK FEHR BREWING CUi Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INOORPORATED LnUISVIL E KY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE 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ANNUAL PICNICGIVEN BY THE ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Monday July 5 1909 Phcenix Hill ParK TICKETS 10 CENTS SUDDEN SUMMONS Judge Emmet Field Fell Victim to Heart Trouble Judge Emmet Fieldone of the best known and most highly re garder attorneys in Kentuckyand for twentythree years Judge of the Louisville Circuit Court died very suddenly1 at the Court House Mon day morning He had been sufferiiif from Indigestion which is believed to have caused heart disease Ills death occurred in the jury room ad joining hip court just a few minutes before he was to begin his days work on the bench Ills death caused widespread sorrow among all classes and the Circuit and County Court adjourned for the day in respect to his memory Judge Field was born in Louisville bixtyeight yentas ago At the outbreak of the civil war he enlisted Jl1 the Confederate army and served until the war was over when he re turned to Louisville and took up the study of law graduating from the Louisville Law School lie was elected to the Circuit bench us Judge of the Common Pleas branch In 1886 and continued to serve in that capacity until the time of his heath His family life was ideal and his usually happy home at Crescent Hil is plunged into mourning on account of the death of the dead jurist When quite a young man Judge Field married Miss Susan McElroy ot Springfield Ky who with the following children survive WJlllarr II Field of the Louisville bar Mrs Peter Nicholson of New York and Misses Mattie Elizabeth and May Field all of Louisville Judge Fields funeral took place from his home in Crescent Hil Wednesday afternoon the pall bearers being his associates on the bench and the Rev proC W Somer ville pastor of the Crescent hill Presbyterian church conducted the ceremonies In bidding farewell to his remains it might be well for those who loved him for those who want an example to follow to remember the following words of ODollCrtyHebold faithful as fearless lie won unswervIngintegrltlife what is after all the nighest prize this world can give the un stinted esteem and affection of all who knew burn- WEDDED TWENTY YEARS The officers and the cast of the Cccllian Choral Club which recently produced El Capltan with such suc cess surprised Mr and Mrs John J Flynn at their home 426 North Twentysixth street last Sunday evening It was the twentieth anniversary of their marriage and their friends called to express their felicitations Many handsome presents were coupleAmongMrs William T Meehan Mrs Katie Costigan Misses Marie Costigan Alice Gilbert Louise Forst Nellie Schmitt May Kaleher Marguerite Evans Miss Mary Brannlgau Mr and Mrs F Ryan Mr and Mrs Ed Halloran Mrs M J Terrell and MaloneyThomasAll spent an enjoyable evening QLOSE RACE The pennant race in the American Association bids fair to be even more exciting this season titan that of coselybunchedfight lust year i was confined to three teams only After Mondays game with Kansas City Heinle Pletzs Colonels will go to Milwaukee for four games Thence returning home they begin a series with Indianapolis these two series being sure to cut quite a figure in the race The Colonels are going nicely again and the fans here should get together possibleencouragement FONTAINE FERIIY PARK Warm weather drew additional patrons to Fontaine Ferry Park this week and young and old igund com fort and solace in its sylvan shades The natural beauty of the place has not been marred 4 y the hand of the gardenerTheconcerts the vaudeville theater and numerous amusement devices all iery0 to malts the park attractive to people from a hot and dusty city FEATURE OF EXPOSITION One of the features of the Alaska ukonPaclfic Exposition will be the rendering of Father Dominics Beautiful Willamette by the Port land Festival Chorus on July 0 Alta truly great miwlcf I composer the fume of this Benedictine Father is UeautifulWlUamehoworthy example yt Oregonian music MOTIOJfPICTURES Motion plctu s continue tobeBpopular attraction and those offered at the Casino Jrincess and Columbia seenlnLoutplayhouseslectrlo faiw The character of the 1 qture1ilit each oueconilnuesi benewIInt h11 jvQ SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr RyanRecording Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeantatArms Andrew Curran Sentinel Louis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the JJirst and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President D D8 McKenna Recording Secretary T J Ston- eFinanclalSecretaryJnoT Keaney TreasurerJoseph T Lynch SergeantatArmsJohn T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Suljlvan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G Hession TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArmsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mt Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Wlnn TreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and Jobn Kennedy Y JWt I- MACKINyCOUNCII 205 Meets Tuesdays Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos DfJHnes Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson s Thomas F BachmanLCorresponding SecretaryWilliam- F Burke Financial SecretaryFrank Q AdamsTreasurerDaniel v W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andriott Inside Sentlne J C F Dartsch Outside SentinelWilliam DoAn driott ff1J1E OEtilqS- folll What tho Dominican Nuns Say 8 Under data of September 6 1908 The Dominican Nana of Newark N J write= Two member of our community haTe tried Pastor Koenlca Nerve Tonic with favorable results it has most charming effect on the nervous system The sitters of the Good Shepherd at Peoria 111 write Spt119o8Weused 2 bottles of Pastor Koemgi Nor TO Tonic tot a case of agra rated and obstlnats Insomla with extreme oar Toninets The second bottle is Dot finished and a cure has been brought worked In vela toe Z months The paUentsleeps Jlke a child and the nervousness is less each day KasSapfenber1908Fouoserafrom Nerve Tonic is iniarpassable it makes the feel lag ol anxiety disappear at once one sleeps better and feels like getting stronger This remedy U also good for bad stomach it could not be better I snail recommend it to all nervous people MRS AWAOEIiJa Valuable nook on Ner FREEA Diseases and a Sampl to any address Poor pa tlenta also get the medicine Ire Prepared by the REV FATHER KOLVIO of Fort Wayne lad since 1876 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street lold by Druggist at SI per BottU e5orLars six S175 6 Bottlea BECENX DEATHS Mrs Mary E Cahill died at her home 742 South Seventeenth street Monday evening and the funeral took place from Sacred Heart church Wednesday morning She is survived by her husband William Cahill The deceased was highly es teemed by all who knew her Joseph H Deddens twenty years old and who graduated from St Xavlers College three years ago died at the home of his sister Mrs Theodore Harris 735 Brent street early Monday morning He had been pastTheMartins church Wednesday morn ing Many of his former class mates were In attendance The de ceased is survived by two brothers Theodore and Henry Deddens and three sisters Mesdames Theodore Harris John S Harris and John Ballbach GENEROUS GIVERS 8JheUPItedSpropagation of the faith and was second to France whose Catholics ontrlbuted6 OO Ie SPLENDID MUSIC A Feature of the Closing Exercises at Cedar Grove The annual closing exercises of Cedar Grove Academy took place on Tuesday afternoon and many former pupils and relatives of the present pupils sat for two hours enjoying the vocal and instrumental music performedbychorus was the opening number and was followed by a flower drill In partItone little girl as Queen of the Roses 11 Trovatoro was beautifully given In a piano and violin duet Istallna a drama in three acts was well rendered ard held the rapt attention of all present The violin playing of Miss Minnie Hunolc was a feature and won for her un bounded npplaust The graduates in music gave several selections from Llzt that won prolongedapplause and showed tin careful training of the Sisters of Loretto The Rev Father James J Conniff presented tho diplomas medals and certificates to those en titled to them complimented the Sisters and pupils on all that had been heard and seen and spoke words of praise of the good Sisters of Loretto who are doing so much for the cause of education TRINITY COUNCIL ACTS Trinity Council held a well attend ed meeting Monday night and after discussing ordinary routine matters- E J Cooney T J Garvey and J J Ritman were appointed to draft ap propriate resolutions on the death of Judge Emmet Field The commit tee reported In a few minutes and presented resolutions that paid a high tribute to the deceased jurist The report of the committee was adoptedDeputy Albert- F Martin delivered an interesting talk that Was enjoyed by all the members NEWS OF NEWPORT Miss Bettlo A Dwyer of Newport and Sister Lucllla of Nazareth Academy were called tp Birmingham Ala last Saturday by tho serious Illness of their brother John D Dwyer Mr Dwyer has many friends In Newport who wish for fiishpeedy recoveryThe Newport division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a special meeting Sunday afternoon and passed suitable resolutions on the death of William McNamara one of the most popular Irish Americans in that city- EI1TRYIEIVf PARK The excellence of the programmes rendered by Don Philippics band at Rlverview Park this week has at tracted more than the usual number of patrons to that resort This afternoon and evening Don Philippine will cater to the public taste by rendering request music Next week Webers Band of Cincinnati will furnish the open air concerts and while Weber is famous as nn interpreter of rags his pro grammes will be Interspersed with classical selections Both dancing halls are well patronized by the young people NW SOCIAL CLUB The L 1 anti D P Club an aggre gation of young men well known In the East End have organized for social purposes by electing the fol lowing officers G A Hulsewede President J M Doolan Secretary and Treasurer John Higgins Sergeant atArms John Lawler Doorkeeper Frank Camfield George W Jarrlty Mike McQuade and Will Reynolds The club will hold its first outing on July 4 NOTED EDUCATOR HERE Prof J V Chapman of Franklin and Principal of the graded schools there spent several days In Louisville with his brotherinlaw C W Milliken and family 325 East Broadway He was accompanied by his wife and children They left Wednesday morning to attend the annual meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association at Estill Springs WON GOLD MEDAL Miss Nellie Klerce of Evansville carried off the graduating honors at St Vincents Academy Union county pat Wednesday and received ni gold medal for music She is the laughter of Mr and Mrs M J Clerce of Evansville and a niece of Mr and Mrs M J Calvin of Louisville Sq LOSES CENTENARIAN St Paul Minn has lost Its only centenarianPatrick J Tottey lie- was born in the County Mayo Ire land 102 yearsago but went to St Paul twentysevens years ago to make his hone with his son Thomas towey a policeman Four sons and two daughters survive him GALLAGHER CLUB DANCE UnltrCounenof itlt enjoyable daneest GlenwocMl ll- Park next Tuesday night e j southern National Lite insurance Go LINCOLN BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY If you become wholly disabled the premiums on this policy are paid by the company This is the ONLY COMPANY which pays your 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