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F KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XXIIINO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURD JULY 24 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS HANDICAP On Mayor Grlnstcnd So Great That He Is Unable to Bo Fair Wooden Block to Replace Gran ite Pavement Around City linn License Board DocTothlngat All But Warn Dive Keepers THE HERALD VERSUS THE POST Mayor Grinstead would make a fairly good Chief Executive if lie were let alone said a Coitncllman to n representative of the Kentucky Irish American a few days ago but lie is completely under the domina tion of He burn Belknap and Fair leigh You might add Ed Green for good measure I really believe Mayor Grinstead would give a bangup ad ministration but he is too badly handicapped What the bosses say lie must permit to be done There may be some truth in this Mayor Grinstend has always been a gentleman in his private life and has Ijcen fairly successful as a busi ness man but it would seem that Palrleigh Ileyburn and Belknap Co think he knows little or noth ing about handling sugar of the political variety They attend to that themselves The latest lidea is to tear up a splendidi block pavement around the City Hall and replace it with wooden blocks The scheme is an out rageous waste of the taxpayers money but it is explained that the thoughtful men who guide the citys destinies must have perfect quiet If they must have wooden blocks why not use the heads of the various city departments Are there not enough and to spare This reform administration made a great hulaballoo about doing away with the dives and recMight saloons but promise does not make performance During the present week the City License Board which is composed of the President of the Sinking Fund the Chairman of the Board of Safety and the Judge of the Police Court called a number of saloonkeepers who previously had been hauled up for alleged violation of the law before its august tribunal Some of these men keep dives Others keep respectable places but the License Board treated nil alike Instead of refusing licenses to those places knoWn to be dens of iniquity all were warned to do bet ter The administration needs that soo from each saloon and it is not likely that any man who has the money will be refused a license Ed Green of the Board of Safety inch dentally remarked during the seance that he was no reformer or anything of the kind Those Who arc ac quainted with Mr Green would never accuse him of being a reformer or anything of time kind Election time is rolling around and the sinking Grinstead administration needs the votes and plenty of them There are 10000 negro votes In this city now and they form the bulk of the Republican party in Louisville The number of negroes Is being constantly augmented On Saturday last two car loads of negroes were brought here from Memphis ostensibly to work on the sewers but in reality to register in October so that they may vote in November There are plenty of idle negroes and able white men in Louisville who would be glad to go to work jn the sewers but their services we not desired The admin istration could stop this if it so desired but the importations go merrily on The poor old Evening Post is so busy picking flaws in the Democratic lineup that it is sadly neglecting the administration fences The Post is getting the city printing and it can not bear to sec any LouisvillechangeHerald once the organ of the Republican machine bu which was cast aside because it denounced rascality and trickery this week handed the following hot one to the PostThere is a nominee on the Ad ministration ticket for a indicted salaried office who has bcen by the grand Jury confessed judg ment and paid a fine for running a gambling house in connection with his saloon These things do days startle our citizens much these for it has been the custom to put all kinds of candidates oa 011 municipal tlckets for so long that the memory iof man runneth not to the contrary and then too this particular caniifellow goodf+ But ifthe organ tloniis acting in good faith with the people and its impulses arc impelled by the pure and holy purposes of serving the public by securing the- o best possible administration of our iJ city affairs wilY should it go raving- mad over one Barryoni the opposl ttori ticket because lIe or his brother or some one in Ills family has a saloon f The people of Louisville are not longer to be deceived by this pharisaical hysteria and are fast acquiring the discernment nee show them the difference- between the honest newspapers of time country strlringat an cost too insure the country oftlnt its many n thejJ3raslUcalenemles8ndthoseof characterless pufctersnjpe who InYPoerhtieallT flying the lalnel yof Independence at hhir mastheadl tinccewifully t6 deceive Innomore cani friends snd atrenKere have rryder a thin veneer the one double nrnnae tpelt loot nnd deception Thus fir tke Poet fiaa not wereA and tt Ia not likely that in MMNrer YOUNG CLERGYMAN Welcomed Home After Several Years Spentv IIn Europe The Rev Dr Raphael Huber 0 F M and a native of Louisville but who has been in Europe for a number of years returned home last week and on Sunday celebrated his first mass in America at St Peters church Father Huber spent six years in the University of Innsbruck Austria He wtls ordained in 1006 and then took a postgraduate course and finished with the title of Doctor of T eology The mass was solemn high and the celebrant was assisted by the Rev Father Jerome Prelsser and Rev Iather Leo Greulich Father Greulich preached the sermon and dwelt upon the dignity of the priesthood He also paid a tribute to the hard work of the young priest Father Huber will remain in Louisville several weeks on a visit to Ills FiHuberAt the close of his visit he will go to Albany N Y to begin his work Conliventuals COMING SOON Delegates to Y MI Grand Council Meet Next Month The Grand Council of the Y M I Kentucky Jurisdiction will meet In Louisville on Sunday Monday and Tuesday August 8 9 and 10 It promises to be one of the greatest Grand Councils of the order in this jurisdiction All the business ses counIensand Morton but the Galt House has been selected as headquarters for the Grand officers and visiting delegates The delegates and Grand officers will assemblo at the Galt House at noon on Sunday August 8 where the local Reception Committee will distribute badges The afternoon and evening will be spent in visiting the local club houses and parks On Monday morning the Grand officers and delegates will assemble at Trin ity Council hall at 8 oclock and will attend mass at St Aloysius church at 830 The first business session will be called to order at 10 o clock When the convention closes for the day the Grand officers delegates and visitors will be given a trolley ride over the city followed by a supper atKenwood Park The evening will close with a lance On Tuesday morning the Grand Council will reconvene at 9 oclock In the afternoon the officers for the ensuing year will be elected and In stalled In the evening the visiting delegates will go given a moonlight excursion on the Ohio river MANY STUDENT r Obtained Degrees at Great American College in Rome The students of the American College at tome completed their final examinations for the academic year on Wednesday of last week and both students and professors are now enjoying the cool shades of Villa Caterina near Castel Gandolfo Bishop Kennedy is enjoying the vacation with the faculty and students Quite a number of the students obtained degrees and many of these young American ccclesiusta bear distinctly Irish names Those who achieved the degree of Doctor of Divinity are Charles Max well Buffalo Vincent OBrien Al bany Thomas Molloy Brooklyn Thomas Drennon Hartford James Ryan Indianapolis Edward Mooney Cleveland Robert Mulcahy and Joseph ORegan New York Many others obtained degrees of Licentiate in Theology Bachelor of Theology and Bachelors in Philoso phy and they come from many dlf ferent dioceses in the United States Bishop McDonnell of Brooklyn and his secretary Monsignor Barret have left Rome but do not expect to return home for another month It is not expected that the successor to the late Bishop of Hartford Conn will be named for another month because the Consistorial CongregaUon desires further infor mation regarding two of those chosen by the priests of the diocese Before leaving Rome for the country villa Bishop Kennedy of the American College and the Rev Dr Slmhun President of the Catholic University Washington DC had a farewell audience with Pope Pius X and Isis Holiness renewed his congratulations on the very flourishing conditions of both institutions It is announced that another important encyclical will soon be issued by the Pope but the nature of it has not been made public VERY WORTHY CAUSE The Trustees of St Josephs Orphan ABylnnvare planning to have that institution lighted by electricity This will entail an expense of 5000 and to meet it the outing to be held on August 11 has been arranged Every parish in the city has been in vited to cooperate with the Trustees In making the outing a success Many valuable prizes will be disposed of on the grounds and there will be various amusements for young and old MARCH OF FROGKHSS PitUbnrfr Is planning tp upend nearly a50pqoV In leveling a hut which jregarded ai an obstacle to its progress Tho work wlll Involve a change in elevation of tfrty city block 1i1 I ALWAYS PROMINENT IN falBERNIAN CIRCLES First Row Sitting Joseph L Lenihan James Leonard Thomas Keenan Jr State President George 1 Butler County President P J Welsh County Vice President Joseph Lynch County Treasurer D J Coleman and State Secretary William J Connelly Second Row Standing Thomas Shelley Samuel J Boldric Lawrence Meany Newton G Rogers Patrick T WilliamsII McDermott Prof Dennis Collins andI fJ r N EIGHTH Annual Convention of Catholic Federation Promises to Be Great1t I Archbishops Bishops Priests I arid Laymen VillBeAll- Heard I Pittsbnrgs People Are Prepar ing Royal Welcome For Visitors L SERIES OF MASS MEETINGS The eighth annual convention of the National Federation of Catholic Societies will open at Plttsburg on Sunday August 8 and will remain in session until the following Thursday Federation is advancing and every Catholic organization in the country Is expected to send delegates to the coming meeting While it Is essentially laymans omvement It is primarily Intended to advance the In terests of the church The convention will open with solemn Pontifical mass at St Pauls Cathedral on Sunday August 8 with the Right Rev Ragls Cannevln as celebrant The Right Rev Bishop Maes of Covington will preach the sermon Atl oclock In the after noon the delegates will assemble at Carnegie Hall to become better ac quainted In the evening at 8 oclock a mass meeting will be held at Car negie Hall Schqnley Park Jon James Francis Burke will preside and a grand chorus will sing Beethovens chorus The Heavens Declare the Glory of God Right Rev Bishop Cannevln Gov Edwin Stuart and Major Wllllant A McGee will deliver the addresses of welcome Hon Edward Feeney of Brooklyn Na tional President of the Federation will respond to the addresses of wel come Archbishop Messmer of Mil waukee and Archbishop OConnell of Boston will also deliver addresses Sunday night On Monday morning the delegates will assemble for solemn high mass at St Pauls Cathedral Business ses sions will be held at 930 and 2 oclock at Carnegie Music Hall Busi ness sessions will also be held on Tuesday morning and afternoon The second mass meeting will be held at 8 o lock Tuesday night Thomas H Cannon of Chicago will preside A large chorus from all the choirs in Plttsburg will furnish the music Thomas B Minahan of Seattle Wanh wilt discuss Federation from a Laymans Standpoint The Right Rev James A McFaul D D Bishop of Trenton N J will deliver an address op The Apostolate of the Laity Prof JO Monaghan of New York will speak on Socialism The evening will close with a grand ToDeumOn the closing business sessions will be held and the visitors will be escorted to points of Interest In Pittaburg It promises to be the greatest convention everheld by the Catholic Federation Federation Is yet In its infancy In America and yet it has borne good fruit It has brought about the bet terment of conditions for the church RicoLandholy sacrifice of the nan to be offered in the navy yards and public Institu tions It hai also caused the Indiana Ohio Kentucky and Kansas Legisla tures to defeat measured to furnish schooleItspirits In the American i Catholic Fed eration to engage every Catholic in the TJnltedt Statw In for workto make It what the Catholic YoliuiI yerefn iii to Germany That or aoiaa tloa laf Wiest lwa4 vftrUn + eeMeM M maintained by twentyfive cents con tribution of 500000 Catholics It publishes a bulletin eight times a theImembers More than thirty persons are employed at the hqadquarters to write articles for the magazines newspapers and other periodicals while a number of s priests and prominent laymen are steadily en gaged in giving lectures in cities towns and villages of GermanyS GOOD AN tolWants to Go Congress From Southernm Indiana George H Vofgtb fersonville has decided to makeXthc race for Congress in the Third Indiana dis tri 5t subject to the udecision of the YolgtIshighlythought AttorntyoCJolodthe Legislature Ills friends now want him to go to Co and Democrats believe that hewill be nominatedand elected by the big gest district ever given a Democrat particularlyFloyd county and will undoubtedly carry that county for the nomination The Kentucky Irish American has many readers in New Albany and this paper congratulates tliem in having a man like Mr Voigt to sups port He has done much for and as the GermanAmericansnave never had n representative iii from the Third district the Kentucky Irish American agrees with the Louisville Anzeiger that it is about tome they were given one Mr Volgts father was a native of Germany and was one of the most respected citizens of Jeffersonville for many years It Is believed that when Congress man Cox returns home and learns of the political situation in Floyd county he will cheerfully withdraw In favor of MV Vofgti Besides it was understood that Mr Cox would not seek more than two terms in Congress PICNIC FOIL SCHOOL FUND A picnic for the benetit of the school fund of St Vincent de Pauls church will be given at Phoenix Hill Park on Tuesday afternoon and evening The site for the school has been purchased rind Father AJThome pastor of St Vincents Is anxious to raise a large sum for the building CARDINALS JXXa TRIP Cardinal Gibbons will go to Salt Lake City Utah during the Tatter part of August for the purpose of dedicating the new Cathedral there The Right Rev Bishop Scannell and the Cardinal are warm personal friends and the lone4 VKp arduous trip hue been arraacfd at Bfshop iSeamwlls oltetatlqtt Cardinal Gib bone war vfett several of tIM Tartar ottlm en thwtehomC t n p4t K1 1r N f1 r 1IrN + REDMOND S Held Fate of Government in II Hand For Tventyloiir Hours Irish Leader Refused to Let IllsI Followers Support the Budget LloydGeorge Driven Distracted Summoned Itcdniond to Conference SITUATION DARK AND UNCERTAIN The House of Commons Is still discussing page 5 and the budget contains seventyfive pages says T P totheSundayHo tillChristmaspagesuisituation produces the usual crop of inevitabledespondency isterial ranks At any moment there catastropheFor this week theGovernmentproposalthebudgetabout to exist had to be resisted by LloydGeorge mends on his time in the House of Commons by deputations outside thebudgetfaction on this point to Redmond givenoticeof war if LloydGeorges promise Mi bydefiniteFor one whole evening the Irish members took no part in the divis ions on the budget while up to the present time they had voted usually byelections vote is the decisive factor added to the seriousness of the situation as the handing over of two seats to the mightbrIngGovernment and drive the Irish opennbreachparties as well as destroy all chance of Birrells land bill and throw Ireland Into a new land war For tunately LloydGeorge was warned at 1 oclock in the morning during an all night sitting and summoned Red mond to a conference t The two In session aged on a form of words which entirely met the Irish case The became sunny immediately and the Irish are supporting in the House of Commons the land clauses of the budget and the Liberal candidates in the constituencies But the situation still Is dark and uncertain Judging from Mr OConnors article it may bo next spring before the Birrell land bill comes up for discussion But Ireland has waited long and patiently for redress and will wait awhile longer but everyday adds to the unrest of the people Just now England is hard beset The scare from Inrl awol1Jl be bad enough but coupled with a fear of German invasion Its plight is ten tines worse Then It has the Irish question and Its own people terror stricken It has the uffrnjrettes to deal With and millions lbf men and women outot empTovnient Certainly the Tot of the Premier and the Cabinet Ministers Is not an enviable one EXCEED THtf LIMIT Durlrttr the fast dirge mouths affil police of Newt York City Iiaraarr- ested SCO1 more ehftuff cur luau darfatf toe tame tlnw two ywn mgo ITINERARY Arranged for Knights and Ladles Is Quite- Elaborate Quite a merry party of Louisville people left this city Thursday afternoon for a trip that will last three weeks and carry them through many MobllcAlaa long WilY around they expect to tale the short way home In the party were Rober A Watson and andlallAhterCaffrey and sister Miss Pennie Caffrey From here they go direct to Buffalo and Niagara Falls and thence to Albany where they will take n steamboat and float down the beautiful Hudson riyerto New York City After taking in the sights there the Louisville party will join other Knights of Columbus on an ocean trip from New York to New Orleans From New Orleans they will go to Mobile to ntteri the national convention of the Knights of Columbus I En route home the Louisville party will be accompanied by many of the Eastern and Northern Knights anti their Indies and all will spend n day nt Mammoth Cave The party will arrive in Louisville Satur day evening August 7 and will be entertained at Louisville Councils club house Saturday evening and Sunday The Eastern Knights and their families will leave lucre onI Monday and will be entertained 11i the joint councils of Cincinnati The trip promises to be n delightful one and the Louisville members of the party have been looking forward to it with pleasurable anticipation for several weeks MAN OF LEARNING Is BishopElect of the I Great Diocese of Pcoria The tight Rev Edmund MliUmel Dunne Bishopelect of Peoria will be consecrated soon after August 1 and will at once assume charge of his diocese When Father Dunne was interviewed in Chicago immediately after the news of his appointment had been confirmed he said It will be my aim to follow in the footsteps of my illustrious predecessor Bishop John Lancaster Spalding to seek the salvation of souls work for the welfare of the Church and promote har mony to the full extent of my abilityFather i HolyNameyears ago He attended the local parochial schools and St Ignatius College Niagara University and in DelglumFfnncQhe completed his studies nt tho Gregorian University and graduated with high honors He was ordained at the early ago of twentytwo helaboredColumkills for eight years He speaks Latin German Italian Polish modern Greek and French EnglishInItalian mission on Hoisted street that has grown to great proportions There he labored seven years When the Most Rev James E Quigley was made Archbishop of Chicago he appointed Father Dunne Chancellor of the archdiocese and that position he has held ever since SOUUIT TRUTH How Marquis of RIpon Was Led Into the Church The death of the Marquis of Ripon sovcral weeks ago recalls a noted incident in English Catholic church history in the last century The Marquis was one of the most dis tinguished members of the English nobility arid joined the Catholic church at the height of his career For many years he had been the Grand Master of the English Masons While holding this office the late Pope Pius IX issued a decree condemning masonry and forbidding Catholics all over the societyThisand it was resolved to issue a pro test against the Popes decree The Marquis of Ripon was asked to associate himself with this move ment Ile declined to act until he had investigated the cause for the ropes ire The Marquis of Ripon made a thorough investigation and then resigned from the Free Masons and entered the Catholic church lie was succeeded as Grand Master by the Prince of Wales now King Ed ward VII ITIle Marquis ot Ripon found peace and happiness jn time Catholic church and died at the ago of eightytwo years He aided the progress of the church In every possible way both by example and by his writings Thus it has been with all the bright minds that sought with sincerity to learn what the church really taught His influence and his writings will long have a bearing on Catholic church progress in England TO All ST ANNS SCHOOL The people of the south central part of Louisville are preparing to assist the Rev Fattier John T Hill in arranging a lawn fete f rt1le benefit of St Anns school Time affair will be heldl on the school lawn Seventh and navies streets Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and evening August 24 and 25 Tim- efadiesof the parish will serve supper on time RrpuiuTi Quite a number oK handsome p emll lie aWfitT ticket holders Tlie price of adimir Ton will ifter only teenU 0 t REVISION ti In Killedi of United Irish League Semis to Bo Very Necessary Dnndalk Nationalist Writes Very Alley on the SubJect Hibernians nnd Catholics Must Not Try to Entirely Dominate POPULAR INTEREST LAGGING n Irelandtoarrangements for and scale futuruconvontloJlsIrishLeaguetheDundalkunumberworthyofiiieverycUtownpointsout 1 Istheorganization Isopenthecountry istimeopinIons madeknownthemennsfunds are recruited Parliamentary Time theirnfflnfees the carryonInclulling insoofregistrationstatesmontHibortiiniio i rcpresentationdivisionalcomDemocrat fromUlster oftroubles w NatiouaJstsII1OpastnreJorrynotbeenrespected1U1IIIJJIU selfdenial followed by all otherkindred bodies Still the now made limiting the numberfdivisions that can claim representa tion and rrMt registrationsuchclaimsindividuallrlmencemen 1 3enrtheseregutllti theletter 1tothe removefuture I WeJabecamelsheartenJngnmldistractionsoMsJstemareawarehated viously made were flagrantly pre vio withoutquestion thetnetautlmoritiny LeagueAstillssubjectconventionotAuthoritJpeopleandbymakingUI111removingpackingand ofsuchofunfaircolor of justification with any opentoeclslons IdaysIin these enIIghtene suchmattersindependent thonntureexploitthetaThere is a growing feeling of NationalistspositionLeo as n national organization holdupontrlcts und ofUlstertobemlUtnntIllere intothetbattooitslentotheby AncientOrder thisIsisaor ganization veryfactshouldsupply t tothisfor the wehaveQfIreland creedsinonglittoreorganizingtile country r ndearnestlashlon NntlonalDlrectorJwill very soon be apparent a revival of genuine popular interest in the countryywhichy Absent1 HEROIC PRIEST pastorolSt BasssiwosoyaInTheshafttherhorseFathersa danger and he rant and wijfbt fife horse by the bridlei He was dragged 200 feet but hetolunK to the reins land topped the horae v u n L V r IxI1sE1AMERIOAN fL KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflH Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans and CatholIcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERiCAN PRINTING COIncorporstedPubflshsr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered it the Loulivllle PoitoHlce a SecondClu flutttr Address all CommaaUa lon to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreea St 4TAADESluNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYf SATURDAY JULY 24 1909 His SKVENTVF1VK Eminence Cardinal YEARS OLDII passed his seventyfifth birthday In Baltimore Inst Friday but those who know him well anti Who see him frequently say that his step II- us is alert as a boys of eighteen He is recognized even by those outside the church as one of the foremost Americans one wjio Is ever ready to aid in working for the good of the nation and to further the progress of the church No formal celebra tion of his birthday will be heM before autumn RULING IS FAIR At the joint session Inst Saturday Judge Thomas It Gordon overrule the decuurrcr of the plaintiff to tin defendants answer in the case of Andrew M Sea Jr administrator o Margaret Sever agjmst the Sister of the Good Shepherd Sea was seeking to recover 15000 for the lift of the child who had been an inmate of the convent and who lied from scalds accidentally received Judg Gordon held that the Sisters of the Good Shepherd is a charitable order and not liable for negligence as Ir iIs I an ordinary person or business con cern Judge Gordons ruling IIs eminently right and proper XKEI STRENUOUS ATTENTION It is time that the several State were enacting more strenuous law against reckless automobile drivers The chauffeur who speeds upon n crowded highway is more than reck less and the courts ImVe already lIet him down as upon murder bent Bui Hip nutolHt who risks his own lift and that of his friends is simply reckless No railroad company will allow an engineer no matter how experienced in his line of business to travel over a strange road yet nutoists risk their own lives and those of their friends plunging at night over lark roads they never saw before but neither knowing nor caring whnt obstacles lie in their path v CIjEMENCEAUS DOWNFALLS There is more trouble in France but the present situation may only mean the breaking of a cloud that sunlight may come again The Clemenceau Cabinet was over whelmingly defeated and every member resigned The downfall was brought about through Premier Clemenceaus taunting of former Cabinet Minister Deleasse For three years Clemencenu has been absolute jnaster of France although Falliercs is President It was Clem enceau and his followers that have been so merciless in their perse c cution of the churdh of the priests 1andreligious orders Now it seems that Clemenceau and hits clique have been repudiated It is devoutedly to- be hoped that the troubles of our Sister republic are Hearing an end I that the persecution of the religious orders will cease and that France will once more take her stand as eldest daughter of the church PEOPLE NEED AROUSING In the history of Republican tnrff tinkering there has never been a- more shameless betrayal of the k people than the present form of the PaynoAldrlch bill It will increaseL the cost of living enormously and place the consumer at the mercy of the monopolists who now lay tolls upon all the necessaries of life Now if ever is the opportune moment for an aroused public opinion to demand a more equitable taxation The great middle class on small salaries are confronted with an exacting cost of living and pay more than Weir shjrie of faxes As long nli ImbUe opinion is indifferent the politicians will find an opportunity for graft The people must arouse themselves and impress on thelV Congressmen and Senators that this country needs ta Iron statesman shipone on old Democratic principles the greatest good for the greatest number SURE ENOUGH SOARED Exchanges indicate that there Is much dissatisfaction In Ireland over ithe action of the British Govern ment In peremptorily dismissing the commercial telegraphers employed by the Government In Its postal U telegraph service For fifty years those positions have been open tq able young men In Ireland and have eel filled by civil service examina tion All haye been peremptorily UfpaUoed and their places filled by Jittnt the Royal Engineer Corps TJ9 Cork Corporation and many otker prgaataaltons of bufiineee men have made strenuous objection In ielly taLHoe S retrtoJthll British Government has said that the move was made for reasons bes known to the Government One of I I I the Irisn papers says that the Gm eminent is doubtful about the Joy nlty Germany of Ireland in case of war wlthII The action of the British is an other sign of the herman war scare I Certain it is that the Irish will root i fight the Germans x I I GROWING MORE CONSERVATIVE Amending the Constitution of the United States is not such a simple matter as it would appear and yel it has been amended fifteen time since adopted Now there is a moveII on foot to add another Article V of the Constitution pro vides The Congress whenever two thirds of both Houses shall deem IiIt I necessary shall propose amendment to this Constitution or on tile application of twothirds of the I I Legislatures of the several State shall dan a convention for propos ing amendments which in either I I case shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of this Constitu IegislaIturesI i States or by convention in three fourths thereof as the one or tin other mole of ratification may bei proposed by the Congress All this is apropos of 1rfesiden rafts recent special message tolI I Congress recommending the making of an income tax constitutional United States Senate has TheII mously approved the amendment nniI the House has approved it by a vote of 117 to 14 The proposed measure I will now go before the seeral Stat Legislatures for approval or re j jection If it becomes a law it I wiltI be the sixth amendment to Constitution in 120 years and I that the AmericAn people hayI learned to grow very conservative orII matters touching the funVhimenta laws of the Government The editor of the Ilochestei Catholic Citizen very truthfully ob serves One reads in the socalled popular magazines many alleged remedies for the social evil There is but one remedy nnd it rests in the home nnd with the parents WhoI ever heard of a tree having beenl straightened after having attained its growth 1 It is simply a waste ol energy to close dives and permit the younger generation to progress morally loose- Councilman William Riddle of Atlantic City nnd a recognized political boss in that section ha drawn a storm of wrath about Ills head from proud fathers ant indignant mothers who frequent that resort lIe has offered or ordinance taxing nil baby buggies or the ground that thieyarp wearing out Atlantic Citys fAmous board walk If he is not very careful somebody will wear out something on Mr Itiddlp The National Catholic Federation can not do better titan indorse the example of Its Cincinnati branch InI opposing immorality on the stage Ken right thinking nonCatholics will applaud the Federation II might also take up a certain chas of motion picture showsthose deal ing with marital infidelity Most of then are brought from France and teem with evil suggestions GREAT ARTIST Dominican Musician Who Will Pay Visit to America From Rome conies the8tatement that the great Dominican composer of ecclesiastical music and Papal choirmaster Dom Perosl has decided to visit America In the falL It is also said that he will conduct a series of concerts In the United StateL Pope Plus X reported as haying said to himThis Ila a trip I really envy you If there is a country which I desire to see it is America The Intercourse which I have had with Its episcopacy unIderstandfuture especially for the church But I never shall see it so you must tore tip memories for me NEEDS LARGER CHURCH The last social on the old pleasure rounds Eighteenth and Magnolia venue will be given next Monday and Tuesday evenings for tIle bene f1It of St Grges church building fund Tickets are only fifteen ents and each ticket entitles the older to ice cream and cake The resent church lisa proven inadequate to the size of the congregation and the Rev Father George Weiss esires to erect a more commodious tructure The jnany friends through But the city have promised to aid Iim IB bU food work irs0Gv7ilI aMiss Genevieve Uackett Is visitingI friends at Zauesville Ohio Miss Mamie Keuncy is enjoying nn extensive trip through the West I Mr and Mrs Stephen D Smith an I spending the summer at Anchorage tott Miss Beth Higgins has gone PiitlnBay Ohio to spend seven weeks I Miss Eleanor Ioritz of Crcscen Hill is visiting relatives In New Albany Miss Lettle Pldgeon of llighlam Park is visiting Mrs J P Duffy nt Bellvue The Misses litz ibbon of Kas Broadway are visiting friends lit Central City Mr anti Mrs J T Cody have take a cottage on Silver Hills hid for the summer IIrs J T Welch of Beechmont has returned from visiting friends ut Elizabethtown Mr anti Mrs James Mcohan Jr are visiting in Washington and other Eastern cities Former Deputy Sheriff Frank P Carroll is spending n few days lit West Baden Springs Sirs J P McMnhon of Flon Heights is visiting her niother Mrs Yates at Malott Ky Misses Cecilia anti Margare Noonan of Seventeenth street are visiting at Central City IIIH8ell Mary 1uknnd Muym Fallon are spending their vacation in Indianapolis this week Il1s8es Margaret and Winifred Flaherty will sail from New York to day for London nnd Paris I1ss Mary Cochran of Eastwood is visiting Misses Alice und Marj Everln of South Louisville iIssell Mary Clines null Miss Mar Cunningham are visiting Miss Mot garetDawson at Bloomfichl Miss Margaret Moriarity is spend liqa few Weeks at Sedalia Mo with her sister rs John J LeniTian Mrs Casper Hammer and daugh ter Miss Katie Hammer are enjoy ling a visit to West Baden Springs Miss Ailcen llynn is spending n month with her grandmother Mrs A Arnold at Lebanon Junction IIWP F Colemnn who has bee ill at his home 1737 Wes Jefferson street is able to be out again I Miss Margaret Conroy of Clifton has gone to spend the remainder of the summer nt Lexington and Moiin SterlingMiss Anna Callahan of Jefferson tille is upending a monrtr with IlCr brother James Callahan nt Paducah Misses Elizabeth and Lillian Kent ing of South Louisville are visiting their sister Mrs M A Crowley of Lexington Misses Margaret and Alice May McCollum are spending a few weekf with their uncle C A McCollum pi Kbsmosdale nephewLeefives nt Marietta Ohio and Parkersburg W Va Peter Madden of Jeffersonvllle who has been Suffering from n serious attack of rheumatism is im proving slowly Mrs J E Sexton of Richmond Ky nnd her little daughter Mar are guests of Miss Mary Gallagher of 2301 Boiling avenue Mrs J A Loughlln nnd daughter Miss Margaret Loughlin of Dallas Texas are visiting Mrs John P Hanley of Crescent lUll Mr and Mrs Michael Sexton am Mr and Mrs Harry Sexton of Cin cinnati are guests of Mr and Mrs Charles limes In Portland x babyMaryMra Wes Bayle of Indianapolis for mer residents of this city Misses Nellie and Hettle Council Stella Meyer anti Nellie Paulson popular New Albany girls are enjoying vacations at Locust Point Ind Mr and Mrs J F Porter haveI announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Ida to L Leo Kin Bella The wedding will take place in the fall Capt John Jacobs and bride are expected home from their bridal tour tomorrow They have visited New York Niagara Buffalo Detroit and Chicago 4 Mr and Mrs Steve Dunigan enter tained Thursday evening in honor of their slstr Mrs Mary Crowe and Miss Helen Gallagher both of Trenton N J- MamloMrs JIamtl and daughter Margaret unite gone to their home In Texas after a pleasant visit to Mrs Ilamils father John Gallagher of Flora Heights John Hogan and isis sister Miss Mary Hogan of South Seventh street left Sunday to visit relatives in St Paul ThHhn They expect tn be gone two weeks Capt Steve Tj Wickham and hin ily have returned from Blonnifluld Ky where he spent his vnealjon with his venerable parents Mr anti MM Matthew Wickham Mrs William JDarry and son Master Watts Barrywill r turn home Monday froth delightful visit to her parents Mr and iMrs Thomas Watts of KansasClty II rIMt Luell Harlow Elsie Stelrf fay and Catherine Grlmfti EHauWth indner Florence and An Hn Con n- L her participated in n private picnic at Shawnee Park SnturdRII William furphya prominent Indianapolis contractor and Andrew Sweeney foreman at the Indian npolis saw works spent last weel with their old friend Con J Ford Mrs Frank B Burke and daugh ten Miss Jean Burke both of Chicago have come to Jcffersonvlll to spend the remainder of the sum titer with Misses Amy anti Jean Mc Cann Miss Lorene Flannery and Ambrose McDowell popular young people of the West End were united iIn marriage In the rectory of St Cecilias church Thursday evening nt 7 oclock John Oetkin of New Albany cele- bratedt his thirtieth birthday with i1 stag party Tuesday evening Quit a number of Ills Louisville friend Were among the guests and nll wished their host many happy re turns of the day Lee Yates the effcclent hook keeper and manager for John M Mtilloy celebrated Mil flftyseconi birthday Monday at his home on West Chestnut street Quite n number of his friends were hospitably entertained Capt Dan Kane was master of ceremonies Quite a number of Louisville peo pie are enjoying the healing water at Sweet Sulphur Springs Vtlpen Ind Among them are Mr nnd Mrs Joseph Hubbueh Mr und Mrs Henry lioNciuet Mr and Mrs Patrick Welsh Mr and Mrs Louis Hugel meyer and Frank Senn Misses May and Virginia Cowan of Dayton Ohio will arrive today to spenda week or more with their aunts the Misses ONell and uncle James ONeil of West Breckinrldge street The fair visitors are tin talented daughters of Mr and Mrs Edward Cowan formerly of thii cityMrtt James Curtin anti daughter Miss May Curtin Mrs Hnnnal Mulcahy and young sons Willian und Daniel alt of Chicago spent 1 week in Louisville as the guests of Mr ami Mrs Con J Ford YVhei they returned home Miss Margare Murphy accompanied them and will spend the remainder of the heated term in the Lake City The Eastern Club which is com posed of well known young people of the East End gave n basket picnle at St Matthews last Sunday Among those present were Misses Evo Walter Nellie Mae Cutler Carrie D Herrmann Josephine Oertel Mare Itidge Catherine licker Catherine Deninger Ella Sullivan and Minnie Schuck and Messrs A B Hulskamp Coleman Ridge lhll Sandman V 1C licker Ben Sandman Joseph M Bell B A Morthorst and II C Stuccker The South Louisville Gaiety Club gave a surprise party on Thursdaj night of last week in honor of tile eighteenth birthday of Illchari Wagner nt his home 3124 Third ave nue Music nnd dancing were amonj the entertaining features Refresh incuts were served in abundance Among those present were Misset Lillian Bender Lena Beeler Nellie Nau Mary Zumsteg Bertha Noryal Ethel Elchmeyer Essie Quick Mnrj DeCoursey Katie Koerncr Minnie Richards Mary Ilinkle Marcelln Kustes Francis Niemeyer Florence Niemeyer Anna Hughes and Messrs Albert Kiesler John Burns Irvin Gepg Frank Kiesler George Burns Arthur Gegg Ferdinand Effinger William Burns Lee Hartunff Clar ence Hannephin Charles Donahue Richard Wagner John Tuerff John Donahue Henry Hinkle SOCIAL SESSION Planned For Next Meeting of Dlvlson 2 v AOI1C- on J Ford presided over a well attended meeting of Division 2 A O H on Friday night of last week Applications were received from B F Borders John Moriarity and Ed ward Dwyer John Burke was re ported still ill and his condition un improved Ernest Smith John J Keaney John Brown and President Ford were appointed a committee to provide an entertainment and refreshments for the members at anl early date Treasurer Joseph Lynch read a chapter In Irish history State Secretary William J Con nelly was given a cordial reception when he appeared He made an ex cellent talk that was full of encouragement and predicted that this fall would see the order stronger thanl ever County Treasurer D J Cole man told whal had been accomplished at the picnic Mark Ryan also ad dressed the meeting complimenting President Fords ability and urbanity Thomas Keenan Jr invited all to remain for the County Soar4 meet- Ing William M Higgins JohnJWlnn and Secretary Stevens of Division 3 made brief remarks Be fore adjourning It was announced that there would be an initiation asocial session and a general good time at the next me ting- TIIOUG1LTFUL CONNIE MACK Cornelius McGilllcuiddy better known to lovers of the national game as Connie Mack has made a hit with Louisville people Connla owns the Philadelphia American team for which thin lute Mike Powers was to catch this year at a salary of 3500 lie caught several games in great style and was ap parently in the best of health when lie suddenly became ill and died a few days later He left a wife who was a daughter of George II Ehr mann of 1120 Barclstowu road and three children Powers left some Insurance but l11sfamllYas not in affluent circumstances Mrs Powers was pleasantly surprised this week to receive a letter from Connla Mack enoleislng a cheek for 3500 her late husbaads salary for thin- eary FATHHil DONAHUE BETTER I lIen Eugene P Donahue of the afhedral parish who hues been ill Of malaria has returned from St Tary anti KHmbetV Ho pltl His 1 many frieu4tll in the eonfregVUlon win DpiJrla to see htnT tomorrow f- CI c sL ru reetO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN T f Brightest Catholic WeekJy In the Southwestav ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Subscribe Now and Get All the Particulars of the Big Irish Home Coming Next Year Foreign Countries 150 Per Year Hme Phone 946 WORTH READING New Novel Is Instructive Just as Well as Amusing One of the critics for the Cathol Truth Society writes A recent novel entitled How I Came to It or the Celibacy of the Clergy published In England by the Rev J Blakswhite has been pronounce l by Catholic clergymen 0 most amusing book and as Instructive as it is amusing In a serious passage however the author pays the following striking tribute to the unit of the Catholic church I If all men possess the exnct truth about anything whatsoeve then It Is flulte certain that they w11l all be in exact ngreepient about JtI and completely at one at least on that subject In fact this no doubt is the only reason why all men ngrae about the multiplication table Sin llarly if a hundred million men possess the genuine doctrine or Christ they must all be in agreement with one another For truth is a strong bond of cohesion Now look at the Roman Catholic church 1by far the vastest organization In exist ence That church presents us with the most extraordinary spectacle tilt the world has ever seenthe spec tacle of some two hundred and lift millions of rational independent beings comprising men of every lan guae nation color and tradition absolutely united concerning all articles of faith which are authoritatively proposed to them They all believe the same doctrines and areas essentially one on the truths of religion as they are on the truths iof the multiplication table How do they come to be so united Well I If their church really does communicnt to them the unadulterated teaching of Christ that will unquestionabl suffice to account for the phenomenon since to unite all to the same truth is to unite each and all to one another Dill FAR FROM HOME Thomas J Keyer a native of Louisville but for more than twent years a resident of Memphis died at Carlsbad Germany last Wednesday Mr Keyer had been suffering from stomach trouble for a year On Jul 3 ho sailed from Europe hoping to find relief in the Carlsbad waters Last week his condition became erit leal anti a cable message asked his wife to meet him In Liverpool Tlv deceased was one of the best known cotton buyers and brokers in the country Besides lila wife he is sur hell by his father Thomas Keyer Sr John William and Joseph Keyer of this city anti Robert Keyer of Natchez Miss and two sisters Misses Lizzie anti Mary Keyer No funeral arrangements can be mode until the remains reach New Yorl BEAUTIFUL IRISH SINGER The greatest success at Coven harden London this season is iIL- l young Irish singer Miss lIce OUrien She is declared to be one of the most beautiful women tInt ever appeared at Covent Garden Toll with luxuriant hair peifcc features and complexion anti the most lovely Irish eyes it is possibli to Imagine she is one of the most attractive personalities Her father is n Colonel in the British army ant pent his daughter to be educated ii Purls Financial reverses caused hei to appear in opera after her musica education Was completed and test than n year ago she made her debut in opera at Paris JOINS XAVERIAXS Two young men from this diocese were among n class of fourteen re reined into the Xuverlun Brother hood at Mount St Josephs College Baltimore on Sunday William 0 Hayden and William 0 Clark were the Louisville youths They will be known as Brother Barelian nnd Brother Claudius respectively The other twelve were from various die ceses throughout tho country AU of the young Brothers will continue their studies nt Baltimore until Sep tember when they will he assigned to some of the various colleges con ducted Jiy the Xaverians WKST lmOAWVAY SOCIAL CLUB The Went Broadway Social Club will give a picnic and outing at Spring Bank Pork on Monday Autr list D In the afternoon there will be a baby show with handsome prizes Numerous other attractions ivill be on hand In till evening there will be a grand disnlay of fireworks The proceeds Will be Ill Toted to a worthy cause HOLY NAME RALLY The Covlngton Federation of Holy ame Societies Iis preparing to hold- S annual rally at St Patricks hureh la that city on October 10iand mrs than 4600 men wilt participate this grandtd Ion tratIoB for clean Jhi a 0 i 4 I I II It I I I I I I I I t I I I FINE wzizS CHAMPAGNES AL KOLJ3845 Wes1 Green Street LlQUORa mOARjjI I f U ttiU 11f It f f I I mr The nI- II I Chance I 1 1Of a Lifetime II- m IIIImI III to U gulden opportunity Opena SAVINGS ACCOUNT hereto bear Interest COMPOUNDED nn UUtematlcally YOUR chanceU I Ky Title- Savings I I 1 I Bank iU- iIIII I andII Fifth and Court Place I t Open daily nuLl 3 p l Saturdays until 7 p mIn wo fi = KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The National Board of Directors has voted 100000 turned over to the treasury for investment Ohio Knights will have an outing at PutinBay July 20 to July 31 St Paul Council has paid 17000 for a site and proposes to erect a building to cost 80000 Denver Council was doubly for tunate nt n recent meeting in having Tom Karl the noted opera singer and Prof J C Monaghan as its guests Both royally entertained their hosts At the recent monthly meeting of the National Board of Directors it was announced that of the 500000 it was sought to raise for the Cath nile University at Washington D Co more than half has been already pledged Manila Council away across the Pacific Ocean in order to help build up the subscription list of the Phil- Ippine Catholic and to multiply the readers of that paper hat offered prizes to Filipino high school students for essays in English This Is Recreation day for Cin cinnati Knights and their families I While it was planned by Archbishop Elder Council the other councils will join in swelling the crowd There will be a baseball game between rival teams of Knights and dancing for the young people Edward Cqnahan who lint been umpiring the games at Eclipse Park this week is an enthusiastic member of the Knights of Columbus and be longs to the council at Chester Pa Mr Conahnn visited Louisville Council Wednesday nlghtJIe was one Of the boys the moment he entered the hall anti his nice little talk nude him a general favorite He said he had visited many homes of the order in the East and West but that Louisville Councils club house- S the finest he has yet seen MAOKIK COUNCIL Mnckln Council hind rather a long draWn out meeting Tuesday night but the business was of interest to none but members of the council resident Louis J Kieffer presided ml was given the glad hand as it was his first appearance since hisI acation began A J Gross who waa mI was reported Improving Herpian Cnelpper and nJ Reinhardt were eported fully recovered Adequate lonlAtlbns from the council treasury I lent vfre triade t the PortlahdBeinivb Association and tb the Creston CJ1b of GermantoWn Viotdr K taker a member of Trinity Council brief address cOIlP1 mdett FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GATE 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 SOUTtt SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILESI FOR 150I ON THE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves wharf oat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 8 p m ROUNDTRIP ONLY 50c PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOil Picnics Socials Outings This beautiful park has been greatly Improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices Falls City Cleaning and Dye Works- J M QARVEV Manager EXPERT CLEANER and DYER Skirts tteaaed and Pressed 75c Suits Clewed ad Pressed SIM All Work Guaranteed Or No Pay HJBC Phoic 58M 416 5 FIFTH ST Independent of All Undertakers KsTIIGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing aad Dreedng Ladle sad Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1677 mentary to Mackln Council and Its members Samuel L Robertson who hail been given a contract last week for erecting a concrete coping in front of the club house was awarded an additional contract to put down concrete walktjon the club property The separate coat Is more fa r lonablt than ever before 0U KENXUOKY IRISH AM RIOAN +0 + NN NN N1NNN N + 2 i MONUMENTS I 2Inorder to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer 2 2our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed i low prices Call and examine iiingly t MULDOON MONUMENT CO L 318320 WEST GREEN NN N111NN STREET JN N NN N N HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS East Ntain Street D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT ti DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers- Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Day er NISIt 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t0 0 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I erpii32fa on 1531 W MARKET STREET t Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN f t Funeral Director andimbalmir TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or nllbtjCarriages furnished for all j 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas enable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARYREGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks AVCBH Jelfcrmvllle Ila- dPULS1HEN RYAft Ji P U L SS- DYER AND CLEANER Ladiis ant Guts Wearine Apparel WORK GUARANTEE Pfaoaaa6j5 528 Fifth Street HENRY HllNOLD i BEAIRIN StipliIlld Fancy Gnctritsr A FIH8T CLASS AMPLEHW rjN CINNECTi1fJ OW Wktakl i a SpickHf sse Nsss wi iW Mw IAIJITII o Ii FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to I WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST C CB THOMPSON FLORIST Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURff H VENUE Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both phones 223 HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl x f lNelson BOTTLED IN BOND ItIIIIlJM WXTli ITWfT HIBEN ANS What They Have Been Doltg the Put WeekUeneral- News Notes Latest reports show flint the item bership of till the divisions in Utica IT Y ore constantly increasing splendid added one new member to its ranks arrangel1fOl LadydayDivision 4 will meet Monday night and a report from the special com mittee to arrange an entertainment is expected The Executive Committee have mopped out a plan of campaign to make tjie outing at Phoenix 11111 Park next month a success The Minnesota State degree team went to Duluth a week ago last Sunday and conferred the degrees on a class of 150 candidates Milwaukee Hibernians are making arrangements for more extensive historyl1urlngMiss Anna Mnlla of Scranton National 1resideht of the Ladies Auxiliary will represent that body at the approaching national conven tion of the Catholic Federation Members of the Ladles Auxiliary are very sorry to learn of the serious illness of Mrs Tliclinrdson of Fifth street New Albany She has been ill since the first week in this monthThe National Board of the order assembled in Atlantic City from Monday to Friday of last week and it is presumed that an interesting work done will be forthcoming The picnic and field day given CountyBoardAfter paying all bills and awarding many handsome prizes a profit of 300 remains Mrs Daniel Dougherty Treasurer of the Ladies Auxiliary made her report nt the meeting Wednesday night and showed that notwithstand ing the expenditure of several hundred dollars for sick and death bene fits a handsome sum remains in the treasury President Matthew Cummings and Rev Father ODonnell State Chap lain of the order in Massachusetts made their report to the Notional Board at Atlantic City last week As a result orders were Issued for fraternal exchanges between the American branch nnd those in Ire land Australia and elsewhere LOOKS MICE CATHEDRAL Residents of Memphis are very proud of St Peters church and the editor of the Catholic Mirror says In the course of a year or two the Court House already a source of pride to Memphians will be the center of some of the most beautiful buildings in Memphis St Peters church with its dazzling white towers looms up like a Cathedral even when viewed from Main street Theo e and the Gothic architecture of this cradle of Catholicism in Mem phis with its recent extensive elaborate and ornate Improvements make it a fitting companion to the Court House a source jot pride to the clt izens of this city whether Catholic or not The old central police station which has been an eyesore to the good citizens of this place for years is soon to be demolished and a hand some structure Is to be put up in its stead On the corner of Second and Adams on the present site of the fire engine house an expensive City Hall Is soon to be erected one whose beauty will act as a foil to that of the Court House Thus it is pleasing to look forward to the next two or three years when the block bounded by Second and Third streets and Adams and Washington avenues will bQ the most beautiful In the uptown portion of the city- OPPOSE LMMOHAL SHOWS Advices from Cincinnati show that the Catholic Federation of Hamilton county is awake The members have started a crusade against immoral shows An effort will be made to interest other societies throughout the country and make the crusade national A letter prepared by the Committee on Morals has been sent to David Belasco Lee Shubert II W Savage and Klow Erlnngcr n New York protesting against immoral shows as well as immoral features of better class productions The let ter comments on the fact that President Taft and Secretary of State Knox recently left a theater in Washington owing to the immoral features of a dance- 1LIVERVIE1V PARK Day by day Ilivcrview is growing more popular and this week the park had a double storeuof attrac tions The vaudeville bill this week Is excellent and Gillilands Band elaborately uniformed Is delighting patrons of the park every afternoon and evening The programme mingles classical and popular music and hardly a number fails an eu core The band carries seven vocal and instrumental soloists The public and private dancing halls are also proving popular Col Lum Simons general manager of the park is always on hand to see that patrons are courteously treated Next week the management promises another great line of attractions DEATH AT NASHVILLE The Master Plumbers of Nashville Tenn have adopted resolutions on the death of Martin Piano one of the best known members of the craft inI the Tennessee capital The resolu tions called attention to his sterling qualities Ids strict integrity and the fairness with which he treated his employes Copies of the resolutions were presented to the bereaved jam fly and to the daily papers The deceased is1 survived by a wife and six children three boys and three girls Mr Kane had quite a number of friends In Louisville CRESTON CLUBS PICNIC Creston Club a social organization of jvcll known young men In the East End will give a grand ptoinlc at Phoenix Bill Part Wednesday August 18 A goal Una lI1P roml d all who attend Ibe proceeds will Iw a devoted to charity The committee MaierFranki Hoffman JUDGE ODOIIERTV SAILS TODAY Judge Matt ODoherfy nnd his estimable wife left Louisville Thurs lay for New York City and will sail from that port today for Ireland I Judge and Mrs ODoherty will rev main abroad two months and the greater part of the time will be spent in Erins isle The Judge is an Irish Nationalist today as ho was when ho left the County Leltrim more than thirty years ago He is also a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and despises disunion and factionalism Ills tour is for pleasure mud sightseeing His friends wish him n merry voyage and a safe return JUKII IN VIRGINIA r Mss Lillie Towers thirtytwo years pastMIssold died at Rocky Mount Va I homo with Mr nnd Mrs W D Con nell at their country home near daughter of Louisville Her mother watt at her bedside when the end came The remains arrived in Louisville Tues day and were taken to the home oC- her uncle Thomas Powers 1132 Hamilton avenue Time funeral took place from St Aloysius church and was attended by many friends of the deceased arid her fancily OUTING FOR KNIGHTS Louisville Council Knights of Columbus will hold its annualout ing nt Fern Grove on Tuesday Aug ust 10 Only members nnd their families are expected to attend The boat will leave the First street wharf at 0 oclock in the morning and returning leave Fern Grove about sundown in the evening These annual outings are very pleasant occasions and many took forward with pleasant expectations for the entire year The Knights will piny ball and enjoy other games and the ladies nnd children will not be neglected MAGNIFICENT HOSPITAL St Louis is to have one of the finest hospitals In the United States lit not in the world The building will cost 500000 and the Sisters of the Incarnate Word who now have a hospital at San Antonio Texas will be the liurpfs in charge The entire management however will be in chargeof the Jesuits and the hospital will be an adjunct to St Louis Uni versity At least half a million dollars will be expended on the equipment and staff- FONTAINE FERRY PARK Slivers the famous baseball clown who made such a hit here last year has added new laurels to his brow at Fontaine Ferry Park this week He is one of the greatest vaudeville hits on the stage today and sets time fans wild AH of the other at tractions in the vaudeville show are excellent The free band concerts are as engaging as ever Another good vaudeville nnd the free con certs are among the numerous of ferings for next week JOINT PICNIC Division 3 and the Ladies Auxiliary will givet a joint picnic a Phoenix Hill Park on the afternoon nnd evening of August 24 The time nnd place was fixed by committees from the Ladles Auxiliary and Divis ion 3 which met at D J Colemans residence on Monday night The picnic will be the first move toward the celebration of Division 3s annl versary Every division In the city has been invited to attend the picnic CHICAGO IRISH TO CELEBRATE Lawrence 11 Buckley President of the United Irish Societies and for mer President John T Cahill went to New York this week to secure a speaker for the annual celebration commemorating the battle of the Yellow Ford or Lady day August 15 The societies have planned the largest picnic and athletic meet ever held in Chicago for that occasion ANOTHER SIGn SCHOOL The Irish Christian Brothers will open a high school for boys In All Saints parish New York City on September 13 The binding and its equipment are uptodate In every particular It will be the third In stitution of Its kind In New York City The new school will be under the patronage of the Most Rev Arch bishop Farley KNIGHTLY HOME COMING Branch Oat C K of A has ar ranged a home coming for members of the order their ladles families and friends In general to be held at Deppens Garden Campbell and Broadway next Tuesday evening jhe advance sales of tickets indicate that the attendance will be large and a pleasant time is assured all who visit the Knights that evening CONVENTION SEASON The national convention of the Knights of Columbus will assemble at Mobile on August 3 and will re main in session three days The St Patrick Alliance will meet at Long Branch N J on Monday next and the Catholic Order of Foresters will I hold their convention at Montreal Capada during the second week In AugustILLINOIS PROUD OF HIM Last Sunday time people of Illinois celebrated the anniversary of Thomas Carlln a native of Ireland and who became the slxthGovernor of the State Gov Carlin was a brave Indian fighter He was born on July 18 1759 He was the father of thir teen children and died on his farm after retiring from Jho Guber natorial chair HOLY NAME BUTTONS The official button and badge of the Holy Name Society are ready for distribution Heretofore there were twenty odd styles of buttons on the market The button and badges pan ba had by applying to the Bureau of th Holy Name Society 889 Lexlng totfc avenue New York Otty I 4 I Ioi IRELAND Record of the float Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Magistrate J P Fawcett of Rowantree County Fermanagh Is dead at the age of ninety James C MacDonnell has been unanimously elected Chairman of the Galway County Hospital Board CountyArmaghDeath was due to heart disease County Armagh cider was awarded two prizes at the recent Royal Agri cultural Societys show at Gloucester EnglandBernard Flanagan died In the Dun dalk Infirmary as the result of falling over the walls of a bridge near Castle belllnghnm James Macklin was buried beneath the debris of an old house in the city of Monaghan andwns dead when his body was recovered Martin McKittrick fell from a barn in the townland of Shanco County Cavan and received injuries which resulted In his death John TIerney a well known gardener of Limerick died while tak ing a walk He was 101 years old and never had a physicio Michael Twomey twentythree years old and a farmer dragged his gun through a fence while hunting rabbits lie was instantly killed General regret is felt In Ihlshowen County Donegal over the death of James F Smyth for thirtyfive years Petty Sessions Clerk for Carndonagh Frank ODonnell of Annescaul County Kerry went to Queenstown to embark for America In his sleep he walked through an open window and broke his neck Gurteen County SlIgo Is now lighted by electricity and the chief instrument In bringing about the enterprise was Rev Father Martin OConnor the parish priest Both fish and fry have been de stroyed by poison in the Feale Cashln and Emerleagh rivers In County Kerry Public sentiment is aroused against the unknown vandals The Dungarvan Urban Board has adopted appropriate resolutions on the death of John Scanlan for many years a member of the board and one of the most popular men in County WaterfordLightning frightened a horse near Sidebroos and the animal ran away and trampled the threeyearold son of John H Lawrence one of the most respected farmers in County West meath to death Rev Brother M P Bryne died at St Josephs Deaf and Dumb Institute Cabra Dublin He had been 111 only a few days He had been a member of the Christian Brothers for thirty four years and was a native of Water fordThe licensed premises of Thomas R McGuire In Clones were entirely destroyed by fire recently Mr McGuire was the only occupant of the house at the time and he is un able to account for the origin of the flamesAt St Marys Cathedral Kilkenny Bishop Brownrlgg recently ordained Rev James Holohan Rev Michael Hickey Rev Hugh McGuire Rev Patrick McGrattan and Rev George Quinn All of these young priests were ordained for missions In the United States Australia or England The Most Rev Dr Fennelly Arch bishop of Cashel recently ordained a number of priests for foreign mis sions Their names and missions are Rev Michael ODwyer Seattle Wash Rev Michael Power San Francisco Rev Michael J Dunne Helena Mont Rev L P Shiel and Rev Thomas Madigan Cebu Philip pine Islands Miss Anastasia OConnor has made her profession at the Monastery of St Clare Donnybrook She is a daughter of the late John OConnor M P and former Lord Mayor of Dublin The Right Rev Monsignor Fitzpatrick officiated at the profes sion and the Rev John OConnor S J of Belvedere College a brother of Miss OConnor was master of cere monies iXTEUTAINED FOR BlUDEELECT I The choir of St Anthonys church at Bellevue Ky entertained Friday night of lost week at the home of the Misses Reinhart in honor of Miss Ida Cassidy who is to become Mrs K W Dyas The brideelect is the JosephCnssld3much admired in Catholic society circles MAYOR CASSIDY CODING Phil Sheridan Council Y M I of MayorJosephGrand Council which meets in Louisville next month William Gerwin was chosen alternate The council is in splendid shape It has about seventy members and n goodly sum in the treasury BISHOP CHATAIID HOME The Right Rev Francis Silas Chatard Bishop of Indiannpolis leas arrived home after a month s visit to Europe The greater port of his time was spent in Rome where he went to attend the golden jubilee of the American College Bishop Chatard arrived in New York last Saturday BLACK GOODS In laundering black wash goods use a small portion of black diamond dye mixing it in with the starch This will take away the glossynp pearance so common in black shirtwaists PROSPERITY HERE One evidence of the return tI prosperity in New York City is th fact that most of the cheap restaurants are giving seven prunes to a portion where they gave mo eighteen months ago WIRELESS TORPEDOES Time Krupp firm has appropriated vinlentardin controilinif the movement of a iwMdy pedal torpedo with wireless- rrayae c FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWJs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY PALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Nome 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 913rxxll WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers r Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent Savoy Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky West Louisville Brewing Co INCORPORATED ThirtyFourth and Market Streets Brewers of DOUBLE BREW BEER CREAM Bottled Expressly for Family Use Home Phones 33088000 JOHN E FRANK 9 I WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFQERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTGHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KYrJoe Dougherty Everett Limning I Doueherty tanning I BEST QUALITY I Plttsburg and Jell co Coal Now is the time to lay In your winter supply of coal Tiy Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Horn Phini 1783 SI W Gor Seventh and Magnolia Glias fl R006rSu- BOOK GO PRAYER ROOKS 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 lacks Mgulnes and Religious Article- sOr YEar IJK8CJUPTIOH 434 West Jefferson Street WINES LIQUORS IcARs VALS SALOONVATi Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 44g VST GIWBMEM PMT IThe oB9plece prineees drew Is supplanting the Separate waist and skirtIrr- Q r- jj Give your boys so education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE a Broadway Louisville Ky I112W by the Xavetlan Brother Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pot Well Equipped Oymnnglum Term Moderate Bro Times Dirt OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANTG- ood Dental Work Dose For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please Yes We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DRH J COUCHMAN Dentist OPPICF 42 FIFTH STREET MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TOJFrench Lick andIWest Baden Sprigs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO a h lining and DrawlsiE H BACON D PAN W CorVFourth and Markt tits JwhvnfcKjr o n- w J lt Y t w 1 KEN UOKY xiitISii l11IaRIOAN No Interruption to Business z THE BIG STORE Alteration Sale Is Now 011I Sensationall Values In Clothing Hats and Furnishings THE BIG STORE JSSCMILTON MMARBLESTONE AGO t MUSIC IN THE HOME- s 4 at all times essential and there Is no time when it is ap predated more than in the summer A- FARRANDOBOILIAlSr PIANO Will supply this music if there is ao one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection Is to insert h roll of music and pump The expression marks t 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- ecillanMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO IIncorporated 6S2SaBO FOURTH AVENUE O4000ONO + N 0 NNNIOOIOIONOONN NNi Creagers Business School i J D CREAQBR Principal Bookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kin dred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students may We T ithei SECOND AND BRECKINRIDQE LOUISVILLE KY i TNNN ON 1NONNNN9N IN OIONIN 0NNNN 44MULLOVfCOFFEE Think of one of these words and the other immediately occurs to youMulloys goods both Coffee and Tea are the standards of never varying excellence Try his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC CCexcellent MTJIjIjOY COFFEE ROASTER ti home Phone ip3 ai fc W MARKET STreJSK- TV308 1 NMNO NNN NONOON NONNN i i WEWANTYOURWORKWere IIWereand in First Class PromptlyIIII i PRINTING J Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN O1O VEST GREEN STRHJBT N ONNNNN NNN NONNNNONNN N10N DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING IHorses Called For and Delivered ass 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREet c rIIN wa I7RI = tN P IANNON in VEENEMAN Vic PruTreas NL Pne L iAr Brikan r q Vitrma Ca INCaIUoaATEnAUwac nutcaotaxroris o to BRICKVITRIFIEDi1 FOltsTPo1mI Works MIPIII pie lit 9th aid 101k- u 5G1512 1252slTE1 EPHQNE 673 = 1 G ENUINEDAM is AMa GETThj i RxDr i reclltyt i lEJIIC Malfe l WAlt tASTER CO ti t1= Lkal itraliMoil lalNat 1lKaftaetMVwifestssard we COUNTY BOARD Held Interesting Meeting and Hears Report On Picnic The County Board A O H held Ia well attended special meeting Friday night of last week at the close of Division 2s business session Vice President Joseph Lynch presided In the absence of County President P J Welsh who is out of the city on his vacation Mr Lynch stated that the County Board had been called to hear reports and to make a final settlement In the picnic of July 5 County Treasurer D J Coleman State Secretary William J Connelly Thomas Keenan Jr and Joseph Lynch made Interesting reports on the various features of the outing and quite a nice sum was turned over to the treasury of the County Board The hearty thanks of the board was tendered the committee Patrick T Sullivan President of Division 3 made a brief address In which he took occasion to say that Division 3 proposed dolpg something handsome for the Hibernians of Louisville in the way of entertaining and would set an example worthy of emulation It would bring together all members of the order but they would miss a number of the old and faithful guard such men as tho late John J Barrett James Rogers and Owen Kelran who were during their lives always ready and willing to lone encouragement to Hibernian enter prises Division 3 will bo twenty five years old on Wednesday October 13 and promises to make Its silver jubilee a notable event D J Cole man spoke along similar lines and invited the members of the County Board to attend Division 3s celebration SISTER EUTROP1A Chosen Mother Superior of Community at Nazareth On Tuesday morning Sister Eutropia was elected Mother Superior of the Sisters of Nazareth one of the largest communities of nuns in the United States Sister Kutropia1 has been Mother Superior of Presentation Academy Fourth and Breckinrldge streets during the past six years and was one of the citys best known and most popular educators and will be sadly missed by friends and pupils but at the same time they rejoice in her promo tion Sister Sutropla succeeds Mother Alphonsus who has been Superior of the community for two terms and who has made an excellent record To be Mother Superior of a community like Nazareth requires won derful executive ability So many Infirmaries and hospitals schools and academies are to be eared for guided and kept up with the spirit of the times that the Superior must be constantly on the alert Nazareth Is to be congratulated on having chosen such n capable woman as- Sister Eutropia PLAN FOR KNIGHTS All Mobile Is Interested- In the Coming Meet Ono of the big features of the Knights of Columbus convention which Is to be held at Mobile Aug ust 36 will be the exemplification of the Fourth degree on several hundred candidates P E Kuhn Master of the Fourth degree in Tennessee will be In charge of the work Supreme Knight Edward L Hearn will preside at the several sessions of the convention Mobile Council will keep open house for delegates and vis itors during their stay Citizens irre spective of creed or color are uniting with Mobile Knights In planning hospitable treatment for visiting dele gates and ladles Another attractive feature will be the presence for the first time of rep resentatives of the new branches to ently formed in South America and Australia Kentucky will be repre sented by State Deputy John T Donovan of Paducah and Robert Watson of Louisville Master of the fourth degree PATRONAL FEAST Observed by Members of St Vincent de Pauls Parish Last Sunday the people of St Vincent de Pauls church celebrated the feast of their patron saint The men of the congregation went to holy communion in a body at the mass at 630 oclock At 10 oclock the Rev Father A J Thome celebrated solemn high mass and was assisted by the- Rev Father Ruff as deacon and one of the Franciscan priests from SU Boniface church as subdeacon Father Thome preached an eloquent panegyric of St Vincent deI Paul and outlined the great Jove of- God exhibited by that holy man In- his numerous works of charity In the afternoon at 2 30 oclock solemn vespers were sung and the days cele bration closed with benediction of- Lhe Most Blessed Sacrament and the Te Deum DYEING AND CLEANING The Palls City dye and dry cleaning works is rapidly rising to- favor Its manager J M QarVey is anexpert dyer and cleaner and his work never falls to please Garments are called for and delivered Prices for cleaning dyeing and pressing both ladles and gentlemens gar mentsare reasonable and nil work guaranteed The plant If at 410 fth street or can be reached through Home phone 5862 BTHRAN PQJfTBAOTOB DKAD J James MorrieonjI onet of the oldest residents ofLouIyiIIe died ltli II resfdeaca of Joha MeDonaU tin- Wert 1 BraeklnrldM atrsatIaitsrdays- lNreoon t He WM a mltthrt olt Ire i l SOCIETY DIRECTORY AO 11- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice IJresldentMarkRyan- Recording Secretary TJios Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan Sergeantrat Arms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis Boller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording SecretaryT J Stone FinancialSecijotary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursda y Evenings Each Month Seventeen h and Main Streets President Patrick T Suljlvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevefis Financial Secretary J Q llession TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArmPatriclc Deg ey DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Me Donogh 1212 Sixth stree- tRecordlngSecrctaryJno J Via TreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE I Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording SeCretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerBernard AJ Coll Standing Committee Redmond I Stanton Martin Fogarty and Johni Kennedy 1 XT 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President ThosDCllnes Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson SecretaryThomasBachman F SecretaryWililaFBurkeFinancial G SecretaryFrankAdams TreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An drlott J HER tIn oENIC g- 1b An Old Merchant 6 JaI711IOOIJ i Dell for SO jreari ago I was nflll c led with oerroui prostration I consulted doo tort specialists bat found oa relief until I wu Koenlg1Nervecared I feel lure the Nerd Tonic will help many who are lulltrlng frombervoui troubles W C lUiNEt Could Not Remember My Own Name Lowell Mass Sept 3rd 1907 I waa afflicted for 6 months with nervon prostration to such an extent that I did not remember my own name and did not even recoguji children I cannot explain my cilitfully as Itwai 10 complicated that 1 do aot jika to think of it After I had taken the firs s bottle of Pastor Koenfgi Nerve Tonic begs- to feel tronger and after I had taken 8 bottle- III am entirely cured line A liOTLE A Valuable Book on Nor a6amplUe freeNtott KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III tOo Lake Street Sold by Drtigsltts at SI per Bottle 6 for 96 Largo Slxe 175j 0 Bottles for S9 land and eightyfive years old but had resided in Louisville flttynin years He was a contractor and owned many carts and mule teams and was recognized as one of the cityMrr years made his home with John McDonald an old and trusted friend The funeral took place from St Louis Uertrands church Monday morning and was largely attended RECENT DEATHS Miss Mary Wickstcad daughter of Mrs Anna Wickstead died at the family residence 1540 Bardstown road on Saturday afternoon and her funeral took place from St morningTheyears old and had been ill several months Miss Wickstead was well liked by all who mew her Richard F Cormack an old and respected resident of Parkland died at his home 920 South Twentyninth street at noon Tuesday The de ceased was born In this State eighty yearsheto private life some time ago He is survIved by his wife one son Will daughtersTheCharles Dorr neo church Thursday morning Many old friends of the deceased were in attendance JOSEPH IV BYRNE ILL Joseph W Byrne well known in the live stock business and in Dtsaio iratic political circles submitted to an operation for appendicitis it St i fosephs Infirmary on Monday To the relief of hi family and friends It las been announced that he is Improving and on the high road to ecovery DOING GRAND WORK The St Vlnwat de Paul Society of- Aew i York I giving rsst end raor a- lion to between 0 and t004e erv- nwor people every wHkatitAit- realiaJ I tarn Rprinjr Valley It wad hI B to line and willremain I riilp = psai toiMalMrj tt 4 t HAND OF DEATH Was Laid On Popular GermanAmericanCItizen John Henry Bloemer one of the jnLouisvillehis home Sixteenth and Southgate streets at 6 oclock Tuesday morn ing Ho had not been well for some time but his death was entirely un expected Mr Bloemer was Com Comymandery Knights of St John a member of the St James Society and an old and faithful member of StcongregationSix They are Herman J John II and Joseph L Bloemer and Misses Nettie Adelaide and Annie Bloemer Two brothers Frank and Henry Bloemer also sur vive The funeral took place from St Peters church Seventeenth and mornLing former friends of the deceased who respectstoMr Bloomer conducted a grocery for years and was well lilted by ail belongedtohad many IrishAmerican friends and all deplore his untimely taking j ff He walJ only fiftyone years old and seemed good for many more CertainlyU1ezealous member by the death of John Henry Bloomer PREPARATIONS For Division 3s Jubilee Celebration Under Way Considering the thunderstorm that passedover the city Thursday night of last week the meeting of Division 3 A 0 II was well attended One application was received W J Bishop who has been ill was re ported unimproved and Edward McDonald was reported well again President Sullivan read an inter IllstoryTreasurerfor the quarter showed a balance of more than 1000 In the treasury County Treasurer D J Coleman Chairman of the Literary Commit tee made an interesting report on the success of the picnic at Phoenb Hill Park on July S lie also said that it was now time for Division 3 to prepare for its twentyfifth nnni versary and requested that several additional members be added to the committee The President consid ered the suggestion a valuable one and added JoHn G llession Thomas J Stevens John Karman John Riley and President Sullivan to the former committee Whatever funds accrue will be used in arranging a jubilee lui honor of the divisions silver jubilee on the night of October 13 Every division the Ladies Auxiliary and the State and County officers wUl be invited to help Division 3 celebrate its twentyfifth birt11llJr SILVER JUBILEE Celebraed by the Rev Fath er CIcek at St An thonys Church St Anthonys church was crowded at 9 oclock Tuesday morning when the Rev Father Bonaventure CIcek O F M observed the twentyfifth an niversary of his ordination by cele brating high mass The greater part of his ministry had been spent at St Anthonys and he Is well beloved by the people isethe Province of Stelermark Austria on July 29 1858 He was ordained at Vienna on July 20 1884 In 1896 he came to Louisville and has been here ever since Prof Kollros director of the choir prepared a special musical programule for the jubilee mass After the mass Father Cicek was walled upon by many of his old friends who offered their felicitations and wished him many returns of the anniversary RELIC MEETS GREEK When the Louisville and St Paul Teams Clash Today willbeginKellys fast coming St Paul team which has made a most remarkable showing in the past several weeks YOBsIbtutles played tomorrow and as the St Paul team feels very confident after the awful trouncing It gave Indian apolis Heinle Peitz and his team mates will sure have to put their KellyshustlershustlersAlthough the Colonels did not en tirely annihilate McCloskeys Mil waukee team nevertheless they made a very creditable showing de spite the crippled condition of Quinlan Tate Woodruff and Dun heavy A majority of victories over the St Paul team will mean much to the Colonels just now and it behooves every fun to be on hand today and tomorrow to root the boys to victory LANPS NICE PLACE TJ Leahy has been appointed cashier of the local office of the PO s Telegraph Company Mrs Leahy aljfor thirty tour years connected j the Western Union Telegraph lany and for the greater part of that = time was cashier Ire understands Ute business thoroughly and will prove very useful to the Postal peOple WILL WATTS WEDS William Watts formerly of this city but now of Kansas CltJandM- 18s Ella Patton of that nlacq yrere Tmarried Monday Mr Watts IIs jv sow of Col and Mrs Thomas P Watts blyremamI r REMOVALISALE i 1 ONE WEEK LONGERI t August 1st our Mens Store must be closed out entirely Prices 1lowerI 1 I Regular + 500 and i2 98 34400 Goods p r 600 Goods i Mens 35c Socks 600700 for and Goods 19cSix 3 98ii IBOSTON SHOE CO 1 I y- Inoorporcttoci j IMENS STORE 422 FOURTH AVE 01NONN1 NI 00 OOI000Nee N NN NNe0ee10e- i TENNIS i RACKETS Daisy 150 and 125 Lob 200 Essex 250 Prince 300 HorsmanAI 650 L U Slotted Throat 750 Doherty 800 Wright Dltson 1t f fIr Sutcliffe Championship Balls 3 for SlOO Practice Balls 25c each Double Court Nets 1 and up Tennis Shoes 65c 1 125 150 pr Jfi jli11 dd For Your Furniture Wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best 0 JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street GEHER SON 2IS WEST MARKET STREET SEII TILE CELEBRATED NORTH STAR REFRIGERATORI R The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public 0fBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA t WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield KV i iiillil N ON HOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712a HENRY FTJCHS 0 FLORIST lI Plant Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th St PoaT OPPOBtTH OWO N NN N NNN 4O FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREET 1 F SULLIVAN Managgr HBADSUARTIiCRXIOR Pressed PoETand Gate of All Kinds in Scaitft Weea alwayi flad the bwt the market affords la Choice Cat16 of Beef Beds L1t Pork aad car 4 Meats of all Wad AIM the B t and Fwt Lard Im t25 tom Wt alM eany Jkrly Vnrite a1H1Vwe arts a11Irat dussatulwtPreitNle t iarliIiI PAOUMC ceNr nldAnt i r i J