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N t IIf LtZ 4 i IRISHMT VOLUME XXrVNO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 11 1910 PRICE FivE CENTS ia DEATH KNELL i W4 Fi fjiSouudedto ractionistnatGron- Nationalist Meeting in ff Cork r r 2 Largest Gathbring ot Recent If Years Greets Redmond and Devlin 11 fJ1 Speeches Instinct With Hope f j Courage and Fighting t Spirit 1 Si f i CORK FOR NATIONAL CAUSE j 1 From the Dundalk Democrat one of the most reliable papers in Ireland we take the following review 1of the recent meeting at Cork which was not fairly icpotted by the Associated Press- Hereafter we think it will be re b that the great Nationalist r rcordedF meeting held at CorK on Sunday lust j sounded the deathknell of faction in the South Until Sunday last William OBrien labored under this delusion among others that thu city of Cork was his personal property and special proaervojust as T M Hcaly erroneously regards North Louth as his When the Cork Invited John I Nationalists of Redmond and his lieutenants tII visit them OBrien Issued a festo denouncing the invasion ot hls city and territory Tho calling of an opposition meeting for the same day was the next step and the provision of special trains to convey OBriens supporters from all quar ters of County Cork was the third The meetings were held on Sun day Redmond and his friends ad I dressed a gathering of between 12000 and 15000 people OBrien in another part of the city spoke tot some 4000 to 5000 These aro theII estimates of tho presumably fm partial Unionist press which fur I ther states that the whole of the city of Cork seemed to be wits Redmond and that OBriens sup porters were almost exclusively J from the rural districts from which they traveled on passes signed by one of OBriens lieutenants There wore no other Invaders o Cork on Sunday If we except tho 500 Dublin Leaguers who visited tho Southern city True OBrien referred to bludgeon men from Bel fast brought In to overawe the peo pie of Cork But the only Belfast man in Cork on Sunday was Joseph I Devlin M P and It is not recorded I that he attempted to bludgeon anybody 5 So much for the rival meetings At the one Messrs Redmond Dillon Devlin Hazleton and others spoo Some extracts from the speeches will be found elsewhere and Mr Red monds address will in view of recent developments be found particularly Interesting All tho speeches were instinct with hope and = courage and fighting spirit Red mond defended the action of the Irish party in Parliament and his words can not have failed to bring t conviction to his hearers that the party is on the right track Ho I brushed aside the hypocritical and dishonest criticisms with which the have endeavored to ob itfactlonists real issues and demon Ii h strated that the party has taken the- only possible course leading up to home rule Dealing with the future t action of the party In view of the possible changes In the situation thatV might be supposed to follow thee i change of monarch ho hailed the Veto flag to the mast The veto and home rule must remain the first objects of legislation on the part or- t the Liberal Government If It Is to retain the support of the Irish party I I There must be no conference or I compromise between tho Liberals end the defenders of the House otII Lords and none of the silly plead for a truce of God in the presence i r of death or for not embarrassing I r byrF Tjuslnese of the State must go on no matter who Is on the throne of England and the first business of tho Liberal Government is to rpot out ti7 the antiquated and vicious obstacle 1i Imposed by the House of Lords inWa- r fithe way of good government and I r ii4 progressOBriens opposition meeting had one good result It enabled the I readers of Mondays papers to con I trast the statesmanlike speech ot Redmond firm yet restrained and reasonable with the wild outburst of vituperation in which OBrien In dulged OBrien has no hope ot home rule unless we first unite notI alone all classes in Ireland but ail I classes in England in favor of it 6AndOBrlensldeeof uniting alIII hilt former II t colleagues the elected representa tives of seventy Irish Nationalist S i constituencies as not alone idiots bul i traitors They hays sold Ireland to I omietluial k rest hlsaddrese printed at length lu Mondays Unionist papers woe a frenzieddenunctatlon of the Molly Magulraa and the alleged usurps i itltn of all political powsrs In Ireland by L sectarian body to blchha added A reference to b dUboHcml uppr0sion ofIbU speeches Inth risk Nationalist pVanlt WM ever OBrien particular falling But Oor IIs safe for the Nationt t cause That is certain after Sun day The city that gave a royal welcome to the Irish leaders will neyer again give OBrien an oppor tunity Of slandering his countrymen In its name The enthusiastic lndl whotcharged their revolvers through tho windows as the trains left Cork on Sunday evening are not 1o be reek tined seriously The sober sensible intelligent Nationalists of Munster will be able to distinguish between the frenzied appeal of OBrien and the sane and patriotic counsels ot Messrs Redmond arid Dillon The new movement that was to sweep like a consuming flame from Cork to Donegal is already showing symptoms of rapid decline nor will the encouragement of the Unionist press and the patronage of Dunraven and Barrymore suffice to sustain it POPULAR PRIESTS Will Celebrate Twenty fifth Anniversary on Tuesday I On Tuesday while the Very Rev Father James P Cronin is celebrat- Ing the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination in Louisville the Rev Father Edward S Fitzgerald and the Rev Father Robert Craney will celebrate their silver jubilees at their respective stations Owensboro and Morganfleld In each case the celebration will be marked by a solemn high mass and followed by a banquet and reception Fathers Fitzgerald and Craney were ordained at Preston Park Sem inary on June 14 1885 and on the CroninIyear but on account of his youth had to wait Father Fitzgerald spent several years in Louisville as pastor 1of St Marys Magdalens church and was popular with all classes He has been in Owensboro about fifteen years and is one of the best known and most popular men in that city Father Craney Is thoroughly MorIganrleldand win attend these rural jubilee celebra tionsThe jubilee mass of thanksgiving at Owensboro will begin at 9 oclock with Father Fitzgerald as celebrant He will be assisted by Rev Father A G Meyering of Browns Valley as deacon Rev Father John D Kalai her of Louisville subdeacon and StWllllnms preachedbyof Louisville St Pauls church choir augmented by an orchestra will render Gounods mass FatherFitzgeraldsolemnhigh TheRevofStanleyandRevofRomeRevFatherof ceremonies IMPROVEMENTS 11111Rev Father Will MakeVery Necessary Changes JohnThe Rev Father T Hill who has been pastor of St Francis Xavlers church since lie erection andImprovements lsohassChoOlSeventh thebuildingsouth to make room for a pastoral residence Work on this structure Immediate wIUbestreets to Seventh and Davies toFatherto have the church school house and ThatIrapidly grow homebulldersrare improvemotttItchurch in nine years St Xavier church will be known as St Anna aniORETAIL CLRRKS Show Appreciation of Work Done by an Able Clergyman Of all the many and beautiful gifts received by the Right Rev Bishop Lawler who was recently Consecrated by Archbishop Ireland perhapsthe fromITwin Cities By their gift they test fled their appreciation of his efforts tln securing early closing of the stores last Christmas eve The wish may be father to the thought but there seems to be ground for hope that Bishop Law lerfl added dignity and influence may aid rather than impede his efforts for early closing and that the movement jnay become national M well as local Certainly nothing 1trkbeUeriBt1 Nouns of the world on Saturday evening interferes wth the early hours of the church on Sunday morning F z 7tj I r tl IBELOVED Pastor and Vicar General WIN Celebrate Silverv Jubilee Children Clergy and Lnlt Are to Have Their Respective Parts Venerable Parents or the Jubi larlan Will Witness the Ceremonies fATHER CRONIN BANQUET HOST The celebration of the silver sacerdotal jubilee of the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G will begin tomorrow evening when tho children Of St Patricks parochial school will hold their exercises In the school hall Thirteenth and Mar ket streets The good Sisters who have been preparing the children promise a treat for Father Cronin and his clerical and lay friends The celebration will continue on Monday and Tuesday and Catholics through out the diocese are interested in its religious and social success The exercises tomorrow and Mon day night will serve the double pur pose of adjunct to the jubilee and closing exercises of the school Thg programme will be the same each evening After an opening chorus by the little girls Master Dougherty Keenan will deliver an address of welcome Then will come a song When I Am Big Like Papa by a chorus of little boys Master J Linton will deliver a recitation and choruses of little boys and girls will give childish songs Masters D Keenan and J OLeary will take part In a dialogue J Bartley and B Everlch will sing and J Rellly will recite Then will come the chorus Silver Bells of Memory by the senior class A novel feature will be a baby show with Master D Smith as judge Masters D Keenan George Mayer and J Des niond will give a trio M Murphy J Sheehan R Thompson and H Connors will appear as little Irish dancers A pleasing feature will be the performance of a drama The Double Throne of Religion and Patriotism Those who Will take part are W Dearlng D Keenan G Smith D Smith J OConnor C Head Will lam Mulloy J OLeary William Egan A McKuno R Sheehan J Morris F Sanders J Desmond I Rellly L Kalbflolsch J Mousty William Sweet E Gimpol and George Mayer Several other interesting numbers will follow and those who aro to participate are Anna M KalbfleischLL Bott L Manion and Marie Mor tie The exercises will close with all joining in a jubilee song On Monday morning the children will be again in evidence when Father Cronin will colebrate a rot omit high mass at St Patricks church He will be assisted by the- Re Father Martin OConnor pastor deaconjRevVincents Orphan Asylum as sub deacon and Rev Father L B Ford assistant rector at St Patricks as master of ceremonies The sermon will be preached by the Very Rev J R Clark 0 P Prior of St Louis Bertrands convent roleblated twentyfifthordination It Is expected that Bishop ODonaghue who Is now busy visitationsIJubllaIianWilltho ceremonies Nearly every priest in the diocese and many from other thejubllethanksgivingAs FatherCroninItov Father Patrick Walsh pastor betheDominicCraneandElizabethsubdeaConWSchuhmannmaster of ceremonies Tho sermon FatherWIlliamwho sboywho gave him that sacrament andwho rsonalfriendthirtyfiveyearsCronin will be the host at a break expectedthati guests on that occasion regatlonthetheirpartTheworksral weeks and last Monday night heldInStEdwardJwlthStatEiSenI tndJlimesP I full everydistrictwereheardeurtablaeellabratlonfollowing Executive Committee Wag chosen r to detail plans Edward J pBrtea lames P Barry Bwuitbr Mark Ryan D J Coleman Martin 4 J Cuslck John Boland Thomas anrllthecommittee Is arranging for a reception for the grown people in honor of Father Cronin on Tuesday night and some pleasant surprises are an ticipated GAVE MITE Hibernians Will Assist In Building a Mission Church Division 1 A 0 Ht held an inter esting meeting Tuesday night pre sided over by William Murphy though President Walsh was present After receiving one application James J Rily was obligated The Visiting Committee reported John Callahan and Andrew J Gorman still ill but Improving The division showed its gen osltx by making an appropriation for the mission eltur n to be erectd at Barbourville by the Rev P Ambrose Roger who s stationed at Corbin this State These la great need for a church in that section and the action of Division 1 will be followed by others Announcement was made by President Walsh that Rev Father Riley of Shelbyvllle had been in vited and would soon address s meeting of the Hibernians of this city Favorable action was taken on communications from the County Board and Division J promised to turn out for the picnic to be given at Phoenix Hill by Division 4 and the Ladies Auxiliary Messrs Thomas Keenan Thomas Dolan James Barry John M Mulloy and Martin Cuslck were appointed to make arrangements for a reunion and outing which will probably bo given at Fontaine Ferry during the month of August They are already planning for one of the largest Hi bernian gatherings that has ever taken place in Louisville ST COLUMBAS DAY Will Be Made Notable at the Celebration Tomorrow St Columbas congregation will celebrate the feast of the patron saint of tho church with due sol enmity at the late mass at 9 oclock tomorrow morning On this occa sion a rather unusual ceremony will take place as the members of the first class to complete tho course a the school will be given their diplomas artd will receive a special blessing of the church The children to be thus honored are Anna Elchberger Bertha Schmltt Amelia Weikel Harry Bradley and Joseph Thompson The closing exercises of the school will be held in the school hall at 230 oclock in tho afternoon and at 730 oclock in the evening of next Wednesday The school children will present an attractive programme and gold medals will bo presented to the graduates Other medals and premiums will be presented deserving ones in all the classes The Rev Father John D Kalaher pas tor of St Columbas invites his friends from other parishes to at tend the celebration tomorrow and the closing exercises on Wednesday MADE GOOD Mackin Councils Memorial Window Cecilias For StII Mackin Council hold a well at tended and enthusiastic meeting Monday night and made good Its promiso of a memorial window for the now St Cecilias church now nearing completion Without a dissenting voice tho resolution was adopted and President Kenney named the committee that will make the selection The window will be In memory of the deceased members of Mackin Council and will be one of tho finest In the church and will long stand as a monument to the spirit and devotion to the church ot the Y M I Much routine business was trans acted and arrangements completed for the coming initiation which will materially increase the membership Encouraging reports were made by the committee having in charge the sunset excursion to be given next month Announcement was made that the proposed Niagara Falls trip was mooting with much favor as quite a number of pledges have already been received An event that will be of Interest will be the elec tion of delegates to the Grand Coun cil which always brings out a friendly but spirited contest Thus far there are no pronounced candi dates but it Is thought there will be a good field to select from when the race comes off- JEFFERSONVILLE The marriage of Miss Mary Will- Iams daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Williams 924 Walnut street and Jesse Baker son of Mr and Mrs James Baker 203 Weems avenue two of the best known- roungpeopleofJefferltOnvl11e will be solemnized at St Anthonys next Wednesday evening and will be ono of the most interesting of tho June Thursdaynightot the brideelect teaderpd her a miscellaneous shower iki the horns of her parents ana many tine presents were reoslred JI INQUEST Into Murder Mystery Attract- the Widest Possible- Interest Testimony Indicates That Remains Are Those 01 Alum Kollner Rev Father Schumann MattI An Excellent Witness In Case SUSPICION POINTS AT WENDLING The inquest into the death of the child whoso body was found In a cellar beneath St Johns parochial school on May 30 was begun in Coroner Duncans office on Wednes day While It Is generally accepted that the remains are those of Alma Kellner no attempt was made on the opening day of the Inquest to identify the skeleton or articles of clothing found The Coroners jury Is made up of six well known busi ness men gentlemen of the highest integrityRichard B Sweet the plumber who found the remains was the first witness called Ho told how ho had been employed to pump out an old cistern In the cellar beneath the school house He began the work on Saturday and found the decomposed body on Monday The Rev Father George W Schuhmann pastor of St Johns church was the second witness and every word of his testi mony was listened to with attention Father Schuhmann made It very plain that Sweet who found tho body had informed the police of his rind before he acquainted him with the fact Ho said he knew of the existence of the cellar and that any observing person who entered the music room would have noticed the Iron ring in the cellar door The present Janitor informed him during the latter part of May that there was water in the cellar and that an offensive odor was arising from It Father Schuhmann then securea plumbers to have the water pumped out and to ascertain whore the leakage came from The reverend witness told about the services at his church on the morning of December 8 the feast ot the Immaculate Conception the same day on which Alma Kellner disappeared In response to a query from the Coroner Father Schuh SCcllIngI II that morning I He was asked whether any police or detectives had inspected the premises after the child was misted I He said such an investigation had been made On the night that the I t disappearance of Alma Kellner waDI reported Sergt Jerry Quill visited I St Johns rectory stated his errand I and the witness told him to make as I thorough a search as he wished I lather Schuhmann also stated that Joseph Wendling the missing JanI tor lighted a lantern and accompanied Father Schuhmann and Sergt Quill in searching the church They went from the cellar where the furnaces are located to the belfry j I tower but found no trace of the missing child Wendling was calm I and collected throughout the search I On a later occasion Detective SteveI Condley visited St Johns nnl made a thorough search of the church The witness stated that as I far as he knew the detective 0Ipoliceman had not entered the cellarI of the school house- Father III Schuhmann said that heI had employed Wendling as janitor and his wife as housekeeper on No vember 9 Wendling remained in his employ until January 14 when he disappeared Wendling had been recommended by a Fourth avenue business firm and by the Rev Father Van de Pltte Ho had always found him a faithful servant The witness also slated that be believed Mrs Wendling was a good woman Chief of Police Lindsey told of his visit to the church and school sub sequent to the finding of the body His testimony threw no light on the matter Deputy Coroner Kammerer told of the condition of the skeleton and of subsequently finding tho missing foot in the ashes near the furnace in the basement of the church Ho also told of finding a bloodstained knife in Wendnngs trunk Tho Inquest was continued on Thursday and evidence was adduced to show that the remains were those of Alma Kellner The testimony has been of such a nature that the Indictment of Joseph Wendling the missing janitor is a foregone conclusionWEIRWENTZELL EdwardAriage at St Johns church on Wednesday June 22 The bride elect is a daughter of Patrlek Weir of 611 East Walnut street Her charmingmanners theAssistantGrant Co tobacco exporters plant and la well and favorably known lIn the West BldMr Wentwll be Mags toa t1Ilyof expert to Moconlsts sad isKeeping up tie ismlly reputation Besides being a J I l lISI1 one of whq are members I of the Knights of Columbus and be Is also a member of St Cecilias trip to Chicago congregation and the lakes After MrnII hornsto their friends at 2123 Portland avenue on July 5 No invitations to the wedding have been issue- dCA1tDOMEt Triple Celebration at the Kentucky Visitation Academy IMonday was in more respects than one a great day at Cardomo the I convent of the Sisters of the Visita tion near Georgetown It was commemorated as the tercentenary of the founding of the order ami was also made the occasion of cost secrating a new marble altar in the chapel and for the reception of tho white veil by three postulants The young ladles who had this privilege I were Miss Florence Mattingly ot Louisville who will henceforward t be known as Sister Anne Marie I Miss Dominica Bryan of Jefferson t county who is now Sister Mary I Raphael and Miss Margaret Haggerty of St Louis now Sister I Marie Denise Quite a number of friends of the young ladles and many clergy from I the dioceses of Covington and Louis villa assembled at Cardome to witness 1 the ceremonies Bishop Maes of Covington presided at the conse- crAtion And at the Pontifical mass of thanksgiving that followed The Visitation Order was founded 300 years ago by St Francis de Sales and St Jane do Chantal Pope Piuj X addressed a congratulatory letter to the venerable mother house at Annecy France and through It to ill houses of the order In the wort ton the tercentenary Ho commends the work of the nuns during three hundred years of labor A copy of this letter was read at Cardome on Monday A number of children pupils of the academy received their llrst holy communion i At noon a delightful luncheon was served and the visitors were shown over the convent and grounds In the afternoon the postulants received t the white veils and took their first vowsCLERICAL CHANGES l Right Rev Bishop Chatard Makes Several Trans ersII tTheof Indianapolis has made a numsber of 11aroundj interest Ibeenall J WIlliam Seibert of Tell tbeen tlIFather Victor Klein recently tdalnedT jTheof Indianapolis also recently ordained a has been appointed assistant rector of Holy Trinity church Now CIIt Ryan who has been named rector 1Maurlcoj assistant to the Rev Father John OConnell rector of St Augustines I tFatherrSt Marys is fortyeight years old and has been ordained for twenty 8fourknown in New Albany The Rev 1 vFatherT served seven years as assistant rec jbeen11Franklinhis new charge next week and later may take a trip to Europ- eBANQUET I Will Bring Together ror mer Pupils of St Xaviers The Alumni Association of St Xavlers College has made arrangements for its annual banquet It will bo held at the Galt House on June 28 The officers of the asso ciation are Joseph L Lenihan President William Burke Vice President Eugene McCarthy Secre tary William G Hume Treasurer OIionaghuebanquet Those who will respond to toasts are the Rev Brother James President of tho college Thomas D dines Frank A Menno Joseph L Lenihan Frank G Cun ningham W H Mattingly and Newton G Rogers Jr In times past the alumni gather Ings have been very enjoyable ana it is the Intention of the officers to make the feast this year eclipse all former ones ST MARVS COLLEGE countywillcommencement exercises in the colAloge han at 9 oclock next Tuesdayf morning Many friends pupils and members of the alumnae Illgoto lit Marys to attend the exercises St Marys is one ot the oldest educational Institutions in byUleJ sandalmitfyii 7 r CLARE fir One County In Ireland That Does Not Lack for 4 Water The Atlantic Coast Line Is a Succession of Lime stone Clifls x Many Historic Towns Along the Shannon and Fergus River HOME OF COL THOS D CLAIRE County Clare can boast that it Is plentifully supplied with water On oceanjGalwaythe Shannon river on the east an1 south Galway is to the north for Kerrriscounty is named from a little town called Clare near the mouth of the Fergus river The town got Its name from a bridge of planks by which the Fergus was crossed in old times the Gaelic word stare signifying a board or plank 1 Clare has a population of about 140000 Its greatest length from Loop Head to the boundary near Lough Atorick on the nortbeasternJborder is sixtyseven miles while its I greatest breadth from Limerick to Black Head Is fortytwo miles The northern and eastern portions of the county are hilly the middle and south portions form a breed plain occasionally broken by llow hills and In one place by a considerable mountain Sllevcallan The barony of Burren in the north is an extraordinary region of limestone rockITime Atlantic coast line from Limerick to Loop Head Is a succession- of riffle At Ross are two very wonderful natural bridges spanning the waves Near Kllkco the coast abounds in caves sharpedged riffle uniketached front the mainland But the cliffs of Moher are the crowning glory of the coast They begin at Hags Head and form a continuous rocky wall perpendicular or overhanging for four miles varying in height from 400 to 668 foot broken into the most fanastlc forms autl i bytheEnnls the assize town or county Is the largest in the county It ies on the banks of the Fergus countyItWithin its limits are the ruins ot Franciscan abbot founded In tho century and two tulles to he north are the church ruin and round tower of Drumcllff a far ancient foundation Kllrush its 3800 Inhabitants is at the of the little inlet of the Shannon into which steamers ply It IsOJvery prosperous town with an extensive trade Other towns in the that are full of historic In 1 terest ate Kilkee Kllaloe Scarrlff NewmarketonFergus Kllladysart Malbay Spanish Point Point Ennlstimon Clare Tulla and Llsdoonvarna Sandstone flags like the lags of are produced around Kll ush Kllkco and Ennistimon The county also furnishes excellent In certain parts of the county aro valuable lead mines also produce silver combined the lead Clare anciently belonged to the Connaught but was Injto Munster in the fourth con tury It formed a part of the ancient Kingdom of Thomond Kin DrlanIDorutarf In 1014 was situated at Klllaloe Thomas D Claire an esteemed citizen of Louisville for many year is a native of County Claire and ho doubtless knows many more dare men in this section- BEVEREND VISITORS The Rev Father J H HIHebrand pastor ot St Boni face church Evans vlle spent several days visiting old friends in Louisville this week He was formerly pastor of St Marys of the Knobs and has many friends in and around the Falls Cities Whllo In Louisville Father Hlllebrand met the Rev Father SoA Holleran of Iryixgton Ky and the two reverend clergymen paid a welcome visit to the office of tho Kentucky Irish American Both priests will attend the silver jubilee of Rev Father Ed ward S Fitzgerald at Owensboro orj Tuesday On Wednesday Fib Hillebrand Ista deliver a lecture the commencement exercises of per Ind One week from tome or on June 19 Father little will celebrate the twentyfourj nlversary of his ordination JUST A RUMOR Correspondents of the da are busy making more 0 this time they have- rchbishop Moeller of Cl for the red hat Archbishop Is now In Rome and ilea 1 oral audiences with Pope This may have given rise rumor Should the Archblth Cincinnati be faydredi with k lieu to the Cardlnalftte none wear the honor with more i dignity T u u K NIXUOKY xn AMERICAN Adfancemement IRISH ol flMERIGM Irish Americans and Catholics Order of Hibernians Young M ns IIftNTU6KY Catholic Knights of America PRINTING COIag rporated Publisher DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc PoitoHIc U SecoadClnn flitter KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Orces St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 11 1910 oPATlUOTIS AXD KELIGIOX I American Catholics can well be thelIOnsI from Revolutionary times until I peace was declared after the SpanishAmerican embrogllo NotI only Were tho soldiers and sailor heroes natives of America but mauy were born In Ireland France Germany and even In far oijI I Poland Catholic fathers and II mothers should tell their sons of tho I deeds of these men Patriotism must go hand In hand with religion I or else It must utterly fall I Patriotism without love of God Ila no patriotism at all It Is only in Catholic schools that the twin lessons of religion and patriotism are taught Catholic fathers and mothers own It to their country to preserve Its honor To do this they must preserve the home by raising chil dren who will prefer death to dishonor Give your children a Christian education and you need not fear for the safety of tim republic WASTE OF MONEY The United States like other nations wll soon find out that we are wasting money on big battleships Every nation should be prepared to defend Itself but the purchase of these mammoth monsters Is a shameful abuse of the peoples money The British people who have been proud of their navy and particularly of their ships of the Dreadnought class now claim that tho 150000000 thus expended has been thrown away They assert that these monster ships are worthless for defense against n possible Invasion as with mines torpedo boats and submarines the North Sea In time of war would become impossible ot navigation for huge battleships American Congressmen and Senators ought to take notice and heed CONTINUE TO LIVE WELL Ones education is no completed when one loaves school ot college Much depends upon the subsequent conduct of the boy or girl entering upon lifes work In this connection the esteomd editor of the Catholic Citizen of Rochester N Y says A good practical Catholic Is ono who Is right with God his neighbor and himself This Indeed would be the definition in general of a good man We are born to nature before we are born to grace and Instinct moves us to provide carefully and constantly for the needs and well being of natural life People generally If they are wise take care V to cultivate their nature Parents send their children to school and Ichildren learn their lessons rcafl tng writing arithmetic language history geography music manners and the rest All this Is natural cultivation meant to make us In time better men and women It has been well said that we have or should have two educations that which Is given to us by others andI that which we give ourselves Certainly each one should carryon the cultivation of his or her nature by improving and putting forth their natural powers according to their respective abilities opportunities r and the rulesot sound discretion and this during the whole course ot hU life thus glorifying their Creator benefiting their fellow creatures and adding more and moro to their own happiness and usefulness on earthIHon Swagar Sherley has been renominated for Congress Nowllot the good people ot Louisville and Jefferson county get togther and put him through next November jtfllh such a whoop and hurrah as e Fifth district hasnt known foi 5IIng the put few weeks the annual army of children have I heir first communion Would that these little One might r In mind the purifying i I this sacrament on their ys the Catholic Sun and we sentiment tItig season of the yearwben dsot young men are about to chdoi and take itietr place in nks of the worlds workers all d remember that bouNty is E ThelmanI J keep the confidence of his employers and fellow workmen The false adage Every man has his price has no place among right minded people be they Catholic or nonCatholic The editor of the New York World says Kentucky has Just dedicated a now twomllllondollar Capitol built entirely within the I appropriation It seems that the land of Breathitt county can teach a few Important things to Pennsylvania the State of the Declaration haveJadded and the State of New York Even exPresident Roosevelt can not please all the American editors Those who lauded him to the skies because he offered an indignity to the Pope are now censuring him because he told the Britishers how to conduct themselves In Egypt Another case of Inconsistency COYINGTON Catholics Prepare to Cele brate Bishop Maes Jubilee The Right Rev C P Maes Bishop of Covlngton will celebrate the I twentyfifth anniversary of his con s secratlon on Wednesday June 29 I The handsome new Cathedral has been completed and the silver jubilee of Bishop Maes will be Its first big function The Bishop will celebrate Pontifical high mass ot thanksgiving at 930 oclock The sermon will be preached by the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville who has knowr Bishop Macs intimately for a num ber of years The vlstlng clergy will be guests of the Bishop at a banquet after the ceremonies at the Cathedral In tro penlng there will be a parade of the Catholic laymen of Covington and Judge Frank Tracy will doUre a congratulatory address A sub stantlal purse will be presented oy the laymen of the diocese DR JAMES PASSES AWAY Dr A D James for years one of i the most prominent Republican poll ticians in Kentucky died at his home in Muhlenburg county on Tuesday night Ho suffered from a compli cation of diseases and had been Hi six weeks Dr James is mourned by many Democratic as well as by Re publican friends Fifteen years ago ho came into Statewide prominence1 I as a Republican organizer when canIdldateI had much to do with his election as Governor Later the worth of Dr James was recognized when he was appotnted United States Marshal for KentuckyStill gress from the ThlrdNllstrlct of Ken tucky His wife and seven children survive him EXPECT ma CROWD Division 4 A O H and the Ladles Auxiliary both report a good sale of tickets for their picnic MondayJuuo Willhavetickets Numerous special features will be introduced at the picnic I among which will be prizes for Irish reel dances and Jigs etc several of lineshavJngI I andLeaderdistinctiveIrishthatdayHAPPY UNION One ot the happiest of the June lastSaturday MissIaget ofII cessful young business man of Lebanon The bride is the beautiful and lateThomasone of Springfields most popular sociallythroughoutcame from a distance to witness the hapPycouplearenow IntheMOTION PICTURES Everything upRfl1 rellneIstheCasinoIndlltlOflfomedyt1l illustrated FORTY HOURS PJRAYBR eihlttacky and Dupuy StreetsjtiUM 10 etBerrehefmBlotod by a number of clerrm n ttrao Monday ana Tu n47 socirnvMi- ss 1 tiRIIJ Myrtle Thompson spent last week at Lebanon the guest of Miss Dollle Haley Mrs 3 H Kearns has gone to West Baden Springs for a stay of several weeks Mrs Amos Coyle has returned from a visit to Mrs John L Thomp Eon at Lebanon Miss Mary Gavin will entertain with a hosiery shower In honor ot Miss Mary Speak Miss Marguerite Gallagher has gone to Tulsa Okla to visit Dr and Mrs T4 K Hunt Miss Grace McDonald has been visiting at New Haven the guest of Miss Flora Mahoney Mrs J B Flynn has had as a welcome guest her sister Mrs Mary B Fowler of Covington Mr and Mrs R H Field enjoyed a visit last week with Mrs P B Riley at Mt Washington Miss Emma Murray of Frankfort was the guest of Mrs Floyd Arnold during part of this week Miss Nell C Smith left Tuesday for Bay Vlenv Mich to be the guest of Miss Edith Malone until July Thomas Sweeney of South Louis ville who has been visiting friends in Mobile Is expected home next week A pleasant social function of tbo week was the reception tendered her bridge club by Miss Marie OBrien on Monday Miss Lillian Clare of Marydale left Sunday to spend several weeks vietlng relatives and friends at Indianapolis Miss Mary Speak entertained in honor of Misses Ethel and Florence Pruett charming young ladles from Columbus Ohio Misses Brldglo and Margaret MrIand Mrs Tom Lynch have returned to their homo at West Point Miss Elizabeth Hawkins returned the first of tho week from a pleasant visit with Mrs E W Fawcett 1105 East Spring street New Albany Mrs J H McConnell of South Louisville who has been visiting her sister Mrs Ernest Lucas of Chi cago may not return for several weeksSMrs John Donahue and daughter Miss Annie ot Covington have returned home after a pleasant visit with Mrs Elizabeth Burns In Clifton Miss Cornelia Dooley of Brand enburg has been receiving much so- cIal attention while hero as the guest of Miss Mary Sullivan In Parkland f Miss Edna OBrien was hostess at a miscellaneous shower In honor ot Miss Mary Winifred Speak wiia Js to become Mrs George W Rankin on June 21 reglstered were Miss Maggie Judge Michael J1 OHearn Miss Flanigan and E A Cunningham Mrs Kate Shelly Newman and Mrs Arthur Musselman word the guests of Mrs Tom Brislan while attending the State Capitol dedica tion at Frankfort Mr and Mrs James Dufflcy anti Mrs Rosa Schroeder and son wore members of a weekend house party at the homo of Mr and Mrs M R Scully at Pewee Valley Misses Mary W Speak Edna OBrien and Margie Garrlen will at atStSpringfield next Wednesday VirgieWrIghtmembers of a merry house party Vut week at th6 country home of Mrs lames McKenzie at Mt Washington IMr and Mrs J H Wagner have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Goldie to Chester R Murphy Their wedding will take place the latter part of the month Miss Katherine Grimes and Frank peopleoll1emarriage at St Patricks church on the morning of Wednesday June 22 WestOhestnltengagement of her sister Miss Margaret to Harry P Mattern Their marriage will take place in the early fall Misses Alice and Frances Webb entertained the members of their card club Wednesday evening at delighttulafter the games Mrs Ben Johnson of Bards own State Regent of the P A Randw- Ife of the next Governor of Kentucky arrived here Wednesday and Is the guest of Mrs Georg H Wil son St James Court Mrs Thomas J McDoriough ot lFrankfortIMtWMkof the Jler Capitol bulHIngr re mained there M the jcfcoatt of her untilIftqrday1 was 11110JtCtorn UM South where thy tnttheir honeymoon Their merrteg4- itl St Brieldi WM one of the preY tI4e111ld4t t Mr and Mrs ThomiiWTarpey leave tomorrow to spend a week at Chattanooga Tenn and attend the national convention of the Travelers Protective Association Mr Tarpey will represent Kentucky in the delib orations of that body Edmund Jaegers Ut New Albany and Miss Daisy A Markey of Chicago will be united in marriage at St Leos church Chicago on Tues day June 21 After a short wed ding trip Mr and Mrs Jaegers will make their home in New Albany I I Miss Genevieve Hackett of this city and Miss Henrietta McDonaldI of Cincinnati are in Brown county Oho attending the reunion being held at the Ursullno Academy there one of the foremost female educational institutions in that State Miss Marie Glover is home from Europe to spend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs Walter Glover For the past two years Miss Glover has been studying in Paris and will return September 1 to complete her musical education A pretty wedding was solemnized at St Peters church Wednesday evening when Miss Catherine Kippes one of the most popular girls in the parish became the bride of Charles Ash Superintendent of the Domestic Laundry Company Many friends were present to wit ness the ceremony and tender congratulatonsThe is announced ot Miss Susie Pfciffer and Dan Schreiber whose marriage will be solemnized August 2 The bride elect is the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs C C Pfelffer anti the groom is a well known and popular young business man of the West End Miss Anna Baldwin and J H Rittman popular young people of the West End will be united In mar riage at St Cecilias church at 3 oclock next Thursday afternoon The Rev Father A J Brady will perform the ceremony The bride elect is the charming daughter of Miss Catherine Baldwin or 333 North Twentysixth street and the lucky groom is a prosperous plum ber The marriage of George Twyman and Miss Ruth McCabe was quietly solemnized this morning at Holy Trinity church at St Matthews Rev Father Neesen performing the core mony On account of the Illness or the father of the bride Thomas B McCabe no invitations were Issued and only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties were present The bride and groom are prominent socially and the best wishes of a host of friends follow them Into their married life Miss Helen Louise Mayer and John M Letterle Jr were married in the parlors of Sacred Heart rec tory on Wednesday afternoon at 1 oclock The Rev Father Patrice Walsh performed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Letterle have gone to Cincinnati and Chicago on a wedding trip On their return next week Mr and Mrs Letterlo will begin housekeeping at 2213 West Broad way The bride Is the charming daughter of Officer Anton Mayer and the fortunate groom Is a son ot Hon John M Letterle and a stenog rapher in the City Engineers office Miss Lydia Bauer and Henry C Kraft will be united in marriage at the residence of the brides sister Mrs William Delble on tho Bards town road on the afternoon of Wednesday June 22 Following the ceremony a reception will be held for the immediate relatives of the bride and groom Later in the evening Mr and Mrs Kraft will leave for the South to spend their honeymoon The bride is the charming daughter of Arnold Bauer of 935 East Green street and tho prosperousbutcher HenryKraft tencoredFifth and Oak strees by a number of young friends Among tho guests were Misses Anna Goda Cecilia Mor thorst Rose Otto Katie Rapp Mary WlmbergRuhlClaraOertelRenaMaryJensenMorthorstUnrule Frank Hertel Joseph Smith Raymond Fach Theodore Weber Theodore WillettWlllJamJohnstonBTosopiMorthorst REMEMBERED CouncilYTuesdayntghttheRevFathersistant rector of St Marys church with a handsome gold cross Father Borris will leave New Albany nextweek to assume his duties as pastor of the church at Hamburg Ind BERNARD A COLL HONORED Hon Bernard A CoIl has been JetferonyilleIdHoward InrandhasofklmseltBELt IS SiLENT theoldtower and for thin rwuwn the beHtkatsounds the aagrflus and hours of maw has been silent for a week or more It itI hoped that the clock Irtll soon bi In Tunnlar order GIVJSy LARGBIt FDSLD 1J JUry F 4kr JJoseph R Odeactfthl one of tim beat known priests In Kentucky and for the laai eleven van pwrtor ofSt Ambroae chNirch at HiMfcXw hut beep transferred to i kii i fr STEWART DRY GOODS CO IBuIf less Established Sixtythree Ye ri flEW yo STORE DEPARTMENT BUYERS GREAT SALE i Womens Suits Dresses and Separate Skirts at One Half and Less Than Farmer Prices Included are suits dresses skirts every one I priceshere t Womens Skirts in Panama Serges and Fancies regular price 7 50 sale price 375 Womens Skirts in Voiles and Panama regular price 1000 sale price 5 00 Womens Skirts in Panama Voiles and Serge regular price 12 00 sale price 600 Natural Rajah Dresses size 36 regular price 25 00 sale price 1250 Wistaria Taffeta Dresses size 38 regular price 2750 sale price1395Rus- sian Taffeta Silk Dresses size 38 regular price 2950 sale price 1500 Natural Pongee Dresses size 40 regular price 3000 sale pricel5COViolet Pongee Dresses size 38 regular price 3500 sale price 1750 Natural Pongee Dresses size 40 regular price 3500 saeeprice1750 DRY CO r lDCorporitt4 L KA CONNECTION JAMES lIo EElY L M NEW I st Peters church at Stanley This will give Father Odendahl a wider field and though the people of Union county regret to part with him they are rejoiced over his promotion i RECENT DEATHS Miss Mary Frances Ryan an estimable young lady of St Louis Ber trands parish died at the family residence 1150 South Seventn street on Tuesday evening and her funeral which was largely attended took place from St Louis Bertrands church yesterday morning Miss Ryan was thirtytwo years old ana had lived all her life in Louisville She was esteemed by all who knew her The funeral of William L Crowley who died at the family res Idence 1735 High street on last Saturday night took place from St PaUicks church on Monday and tho attendance attested the popular ity of the deceased Mr Crowley was twentyseven years old ail the Eon of Michael Crowley formerly a foreman In the Street Cleanirs- jj department Three brothers and two sisters also survive I I1IIss Salllo Belle OReilly ono of Louisvilles most popular young I ladles died at her summer homo In Mooresvllle Ind on Sunday after noon Sho is survived by her sister Mrs William Franke The deceased wasthe daughter of the late Dr John J OReilly and a niece of Dr J Halpln OReilly Her funeral took place from the Cathedral on I Tuesday morning and was attended by many sorrowing friends Mrs Brfdget McGoff tim venerable and respected mother of Mrs George Story 648 SoUth Seven teenth street and James McGoff died early Friday morning of last I week after a short illness of pneu monia Sho was born in Ireland eightyfive years ago but came to j this country when a child and had lived here nearly all her life The I I funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsn officiating at the solemn obsequies It was with profound sorrow that the entire community learned of tho death of little Mary Virginia Hines daughter of Mr and Mrs Dennis Hines which took place late on tho I afternoon of Thursday of last week The funeral took place from the res- Idence of the childs grandparents Mr and Mrs Thomas H Hines on Saturday The little one was only nine months old but had won the love ot parents grandparents ana other relatives Mr and Mrs limes have the sympathy of many friends In their grief The funeral of Miss Martha C Davidson who died at tho residence of her parents 172 Bellealre avenue cu Saturday took place from St Frances of Rome church on Monday morning and was attended by many friends and relatives Besides her parents Mr and Mrs John B Day lidson four brothers and two sisters survive They are John R Thomas I IJ William and George Davidson and Mary E and Irene Davidson The deceased was only seventeen years old but was loved by all who knew her The remains of Miss Katie Con I pors who died at Oakland Cal ou May 11 arrived In Louisville on Saturday and reposed in Dougherty McEHIotts chapel until the fu noral took place from the CathedralI en Monday morning During the latter part ot April Miss Connors went to California for her health but died soon after reaching the MarypBrlenWM highly eteemd by all who knew her Two sisters survive her Mrs George Murphy of thlp city anl Mrs OBrien ot Oakland Mrs Mary Fitzgerald an aged and reepeetad lady ef the East End died at her home 141 Spring street on Wednesday morning Te tier ceaaed had lived in Louisville the greater part of her life She Isi daughterengineer of the No 10 Bagtae Corn puny James r Patrick Edward ant Richard Fitzgerald eli employs cii the Louisville ft Nashville Railroad Company Mis John Cain of Memphis and Mlaa Mary FlUcerald Tun ilAi EXCEPT SUNDAY Gray Pongee Dresses size 36 regular price 3500 sale price 1750tI t Rose Satin Dresses size 40 regular price 3950 saleprice1975 JIpriceNatural Pongee Dresses size 36 regu- larprjce3950saleprice1975 J4 Violet Silk Crepe Dress size 38 regular price4950saleprlce2250Le- mon Satin Cape 36 regular price 4500 sale prioc2250Gre- en Serge Suits 40 38 36 34 regular price 4250 sale price 2500 Putty Serge Suits size 34 regular price 4250 sale price 2500 Tan Serge Suits sizes 38 and 34 regularIprice 4250 sale price 2500 STEWART GOODS WITH YORK Misses sizes GRAND EXCURSIONTO FERDINANDI ND Via the Southern Railway and New Ferdinand Railroad Given by the CONCORDIAll SUNDAY JUNE 1th 1O1C I Children Under 12 years Half Fare Under years Free train leans Union Depot 7th and River at 7 a m II sharp Returning leaves Ferdinand at 730 p m CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater especially to Ladles and Children PRI NCESS and COLUMBIAU- nder the same management We present the standard productions historic dramatic and comic f ONTAINE FERR THE PARKBEAUTIFUL I CLASSVAUDEVILLE I FREE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHT I size only y 300 P MI800 P TWICE DAILY BY GREGGS BAND DANCING RIVERVIEW FamilyResort High Class Vaudeville Matinee and Night Free Concerts by SIGNOR CARLO ULlVIEJUS BAND Dancing Best Restaurant in South the Joy Rldeeverything newgrander than vertake West Broadway cars FREE ADMISSION FREE SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 ON TilE ELEGANT STEAMERS City of Cincinnati City of Louisville One of the above steamers leaves everySundayfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where arrivinghome ROUND TRIP ONLYfSOc PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts HRNRYHUNOLD BBAZXR IN Stipli and Fancy Grociriis A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION ci Old Wkkkl a Specialty MPb 540 f WALNUT funeral took pluce from st Fmncea of Ron ekurch yesterday noralnjr 1 t i i I 1 I Trip Tickets I1511 jj- I Purchase I A SaleII GoodsRound ShS WII 193 I 243 293jAll styles of Pumps and Oxfords allsizes all leathers includ i ing tans LEVYS Third and Market Th B jjtSPotInLulIj4rf1j rf t j FOR furnitureflfl Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST LESELIA 11F- or All Kinds o- frIEVFERS For Intermittent and Bilious Fe ers Fever and Ague and and nil other Malar fl lal Fevers Typhus Typhoid and Yellow 1 Fever For Fevers resulting from La Grippe Catarrh Etc PRICE 50 CENTS liNe Oeaulae Wltbout SIputnre f Broth r Dennis OF SACRED HEART RETREAT PKHPARH1D BX u- rESIDLIA COI 9i2dSIXTtiSIRBBT Louis yUle lCetuckru u fU7fI aid ill dsggs u li- a kIrIlIuL I 0 tl II- e u K NTUOKY+ IRIS A1IIERIOAN 4t4 tiran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Ocaulonn on Short Noti- ceSTREET809 W JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 810C HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 t J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS s s East Main Street D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELMOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers r Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET NWeNel Neei0NN0 + 0eeN0eNe06 k J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB H FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS rrl STREET8dort0 9ANNNNHt1NNiNh00 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer t I 366IAll call promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and I Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10BO All orders receive prompt attentioa and satisfaction guaranteed CENTRALIncorporated GO N W Cor Third and Green Sts We furnish the home complete on easy payments j WM CALLAOHAN Mir Sales Dept ECRolled Oats AN- DCorn Flakesu t lOcAt Your Grocers r t o HERRMANN BROS IMFOktXRS PINE AND UQUORS redsdVIPineet Wholesale DMJ rI o Branch of Ktnv tacky WblakiM MpMialir1 + Pearl of Nelson BOTTLKD BH BONDItNesbeee t r11411kfil CUSCADEN ICE CREAMWITH Designs in the Center IS ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 We ship to all railway stations Spe clal rates to churches and lodges 309311 Second Street Louisville I I fm All Your lm I LifemJII I ll IllI jjttjjttDAYS which of of ACCOUNT ARE needyou plenty you OVER that Haven must may with to DontII II with ONE DOLLAR and every dollar you put into it will n- tt bear Interest COMPOUNDED fill WKitlell mtSavings 1m- 11ft11ft I 1mI1m 11J Trust Co II Fifth and Courtt Place USatI IIMONEY TO LEND 11MHome Phone 56S7Cs lb MaiD 2712a HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Plants Designs Out Flowers Flowers find Designs for all Occasions Store 556 Fourth Avenuet Opposite Post Office GrnbISisCCharles aid Texas s She YrSil erleellea i ttat will pre pare t1It fer W- eSTXAYIERS GOLLEGEi 112 w1nersy r derfN ll= ed b7 t6 luaeitathat6an- Ps t3eaituti Ueatltlo aad teainewCeereee i ti1RTuRre aL einr ieaue r 1 r OUTING Of Hibernians Under Aus pices of the County BoardIThe annual outing of the Ancient Order of Hibernians under tho aus pices of tho County Board will bo held at Phoenix Hill Park on Mon day July 26 From now on tho Picnic Committee of the County Board will meet every Thursday night to arrange the details It has been decided to have euchre games both afternoon and evening There will also be a country store anu numerous other accessories- At tho latest meeting of tho Picnic Committee it was decided to offer prizes to tho young ladles selling tho greatest number of tickets Tho first prize will be a diamond ring the second a gold ring and the third a gold pin emblematic of the order Each of the four divisions have been asked to nominate a candidate from its lady friends Onlyffour candi dates are wanted Young ladles de sirous of entering the contest are re quested to see D J Coleman at his home 1653 Portland avenue or to call him over Home telephone 4H6 or Cumberland west 783a All nominations must be in on or before Tune 15 ORGANIST 0 Will Celebrate His Double Jubilee in New York- Tomorrow Dr Edward Bledermann one of the oldest and most noted musicians lu Now York City will celebrate his fiftieth anniversary as an organist and incidentally his twentyfifth anniversary as organist of St Mary a church Grand street tomorrow morning The jubilarian is the com poser of several masses and a great deal of secular music He is also well known as tho editor for several New York music publications A solemn high mass will be cele brated In honor of the event tomor row and the musical programme will bo made up only of compositions from the pen of Dr Bledermann The Jublllnrlan was born in Milwaukee In 1849 and made his debut In 1860 while studying music in Germany Years ago tho title of Doctor of Music was conferred on him by the Bever College of Music at Pitts burg His friends wish him more years of usefulness in his profession DEATII WAS UNEXPECTED Tho Catholic communities of bot Covington and Louisville are mourn ing the death of Mrs Anna Donohue who died at the home of her daugh ter Mrs F J Flanagan 2818 Third avenue on Saturday night Her fu neral took place from Holy Name church on Tuesday morning Mrs Donohuo was sixtysix years old and was tho wife of John Donohue whoI for many years was foreman of tho L and N blacksmith shop at East Louisville and for the last twelve years foreman of the same com panys shop In Covington 1Ir8I Donohuo died while visiting her daughter Mrs Flanigan in this city Besides her husband the de ceased is survived by the following children James and Thomas Dono hue and Mrs F J Flanagan IHVERVTEW I Rlvorvlew Park called natures beauty spot has drawn great crowds this week and tho added features to tho already largo number of attrac tions offered has increased its pop ularity With three headliner acts the best vaudeville yet seen at Rivervlew is promised for next week The park concerts and tho vocal numbers will be a treat for music lovers With its 30000 else trio lights and many improvements Rlvorvlew has been transformed and will be a revelation to visitors of former days- ESTIMABLE LADY DEAD The community lost an estimable matron by the death of Mrs Sally May Wolff who died at the family residence 1224 West Jefferson street last Saturday Many sorrow ing friends and relatives attended her funeral which took place iron St Marys church on Monday morn Ing The deceased was fortyfour years old and is survived by her hus untimelydeathher WINCHESTER The contracts for the new St Jo ephs church that tho Rev Father Hillenmoycr will erect at Winchester are to be let next Wednesday after which the work of building will be rapidly pushed Tho hdw edifice will1 be of brick and stone 76x45 feet HtUenmeyer somest churches in the Covington diocese ETJILJIIDJOADEnIY Bethlehem Academy Hardin county held its eightyeighth annualI TheRightdeliverede were four graduates Misses Laura LouisvilleS3 i aad Mss Mary Barrett of Daviess county PROUD PAIR z rJolcingirl at thtir homer 1015 South Sev T enteenth street Papa Dugn la Justly proud of his little daughter PJlpyiDBS FOB NJBGROlig paoplinj tween 600 and COO Catholic Arch bishop Quigley by provided a obgrob and a chapel tar the Gem ollc colored people ot that great c1tl The church is St Monicas at Dear born and Thirtysixth streets andl Its pastor is the HevJ 8 Morris KNIGHTS OP COLUK Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The fourth degree was conferred on 260 at Olcan N Y Twentyfive more members have been added to Colorado Springs CouncilIn years the council at St Joseph Mo has grown from forty six to 357 members Lafayette Council has purchased ten acres for St Josephs Orphan Homo at Lafayette Ind Colorado Springs Knights are de sirous of obtaining the proposed home for invalid members Attorney J J Kavanagb will address tho New Albany Council nest Monday evening His subject Witt b + The Power of Example Denver Knights will give a picnic next Saturday for the purpose of havepledgeddral After attending high mass at tha Cathedral last Sunday the Knlght3 of Fort Wayne Ind initiated a class of seventy candidates It is estimated that about 1000 sat down at tho banquet in tho evening Rev James J McCarthy pastor ot St Williams church at Dorchester Chaplain who served for several years Tho ArchbishopOConnell Lebanon Council has filed articles of Incorporation at Frankfort The members expect to buy or build their home areRJohnMHogartyWilliamWSpaldingStansburg C B Hill B J Molohon F R Abell and C L Hunter FJHEMEX ARE VICTORS By a decision of tho Federal Board df Arbitration appointed under tho Erdman law 27000 locomo fortyninoWesternigeneral average of 10 per cent in crease in wages over the former i rates The action was taken at Chicago last Saturday afternoon The increase granted varies from 6 per cent on oil burning engines to heavytypesEvery class of the service from switch and freight engine firemen to the men on the fast passenger and express locomotives are Included in tho award Tho decision means that nearly 3000000 annually will bo added to the pay roll of the Western railroads for firemen MEETING PLACE1 CHANGED At a meeting of tho Supreme Trustees of tho L C B A held at f changethoSupromo convention from Milwaukee to Cleveland The convention will jbe called to order on the third TUCK day in July This course was taken on account of the large expense which wOuld necessarily follow a convention in a distant place such as Milwaukee The Supreme Presi dent Mrs E B McGowan gave notice that she would not under any circumstances be a candidate for reelection Mrs McGowan has hold the office for twenty years JOINED HOME GOERS Mr and Mrs Daniel OReilly popular and prominent residents of Leitchfleld this State who havo been spending two weeks In New York City have joined the home goers and will sail next Wednesday to spend the summer in Ireland FATIEn FERRY COMING Tho Rev Father John A Ferry Chaplain of the Tenth Infantry now stationed at Fort Benjamin Harri son has accepted an invitation and will como to New Albany to deliver the address at the Grand Army picnic to be held there next Wednesday ELOQUENT ARCHBISHOP Archbishop OConnell of Boston has been Invited to deliver the opening address at the Eucharistic Septemberi FOR AVOSIANS EYE Swiss fabrics are often worn with a colored slip Coarse Russian braid is used a great deal for trimming coats and capesThe tiniest of roses are used for trimming caps of muslin or lace for the baby Lingerie embroidered with the aU pervading chantecler Is one of tho fads of the ho rIhaveicnglow the waist line- Eltherbanding piping or feather stitching In color Is effective for the small boys Russian suit Separate blouses of black net with lace Insertion are worn over an under blouse of white One of the old fashions that has been revived Is the ieof oblong gold huskies to trim fowna arethebrpldered silk hosiery for the bride Linana which lave 4h appearanc of pongees are to be late In a wid variety of colors tlwjr ijlt euceeif- e I ugly Popularll Yokes jof net on1 which are tnse of Irish crochet clevartjr applique are Men la some of the spring an I ramiMr gowaa lt it ii COWARDLY Acts of Ball Club Knock ers Disgrace to the Town Mike Kellys fastgoing St Paul team will begin a threegame series with tho Colonels tomorrow after noon and the fans will be given their first chance to see the speedy aggregation that has been around tho top all season Some of the crip pled Colonels are improving and may be in the lineup tomorrow among them Moriarlty to play short whlcu will greatly strengthen the infield The most disagreeable feature ot the present slump of the Louisville team has been the hooting and hiss ing of the home players by some ot the fans who can be classed as quitters their outrageous treat ment of Woodruff on Wednesday be ing a sample of their Inexcusable conduct Playing in an unaccus tomed position and putting forth his best efforts any fairmintled person would overlook errors and espe cially those who remember Woodys valuable services to the club in the past The class of men who hiss a player from behind a protecting screen are on a par with tho sneak who will strike you in the back Right now is a critical per lod in the fortunes of the Louisville club and every fan should give his hearty support to President Grayson and members fthe team TRINITY COUNCIL Receives Handsome Pic ture of ExPresident- J B Kelly Trinity Council held a very large and enthusiastic meeting Monday evening ono of the special features of the evnlng being an address by Dr Charles A Edelen under the aus pices of the Louisville AntiTuber culosis Association A few of tho members made up a purso and had a large photo made of Past Presi dent James B Kellyin appreciation byhimcouncil President Ecker made the presentation speech and as Mr Kelly was in attendance ho was very much surprised An announcement was made that on Monday June JJ7 election for delegates to the Grand Council which convenes In August at Bellovue would take place and bylaws seated for adoption- AItCIIBISIIOIS ANNIVERSARY Archbishop John M Farley today completes his fortieth year in tho priesthood The Archbishop de Ired that the anniversary pass un noticed but the priests of St Pat closestfriends mornlnpho1 1 lonor of the distinguished Arch bishop will probably bo merged with he observance of the centenary of tho birth of Cardinal McClosltoy expectedfourmany Bishops from different parts of tho world will be in New York City Archbishop Farley has nearly 1000 clergymen under him with j331 churches and 193 chapels under his Care FONTAINE FERRY Fontaine Ferry will have another bill of best vaudeville next week made up of tho following star acts Five Armanis who will offer a gorgeous musical festival A Night in Naples seven Takezawa Japs anew troupe of Oriental wonders Jock McKay selfstyled tho Scotch Comic Bessie Browning a clever imitator of stage favorites the two Plcquays novelty artists and the Efofograph showing new pictures A special attraction will also be given In connection with the daily free concerts by Greggs band a star vocal soloist being engaged for this role in Miss Julia Martin AMERICAN SAILORS VISIT POPE A cabro message from Rome says that Pope Pius X received a group of American sailors last Saturday They were from tho United States cruiser Now York which was anchored in tbo Bay of Naples for several days The bluejackets were presented by Monslgner Kennedy rector of the American College Tho Pontiff expressed his pleasure at meeting tho American sailors 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of Manchester K H has been extended The St Paul Ladles Auxlllar pave a drawing and card party Thursday night for wnlch they sold over 1000 tickets- It Is expected that there will 1 P oat least 160 delegates to the Wisconsin state convention to be held In Janesvlllo next August The prizes given by Mtlwauke e Hibernians to Irish history students will be awarded tomorrow In the Cathedral High School Weekly meetings are being hell1 in Denver for the purpose of preparing for the State convention and Increasing the membership Division 17 of New York City hils pledged Its hearty support to movement now making to force from England home rule for Ireland- A requiem mass was sung on Mor day of last week In St Stephen church Buffalo for the deceasa members of the order of Erie countyFor the first time In a number of ears all the local divisions wtll have either reunion outing or et curslon for the members and their friendsThere Is a fine division at BIrm- Ingham Ala and letters from tbero say that a promising movement IIn about to be made to Increase the membershipThe who lost his hat with the Initials T S therein iat tbo recent reception of Division Ian obtain the same by calling upon Thomas W Tarpey Division 2 will hold Its last meeting of the month next Friday night All the members are urged to be present as there will be business InI which every member Is Interested The Ladles Auxiliary of Duluth has received from the State officer o prize for having the least numbs of suspensions and conducting tbe best division In Minnesota for the year past Wednesday night the Ladles Aux lllary will hold an Important session Representation In the Stat convention will be discussed picnic reports will be received and mud other business transacted Division 4 meets Monday night when the programme for the Phoenix Hill celebration will be announced The committee and thlJ ladies are working to make this an event to be long remembered 1111 Hibernian circles The Manchester Emerald deserve well of the Hibernians and Catholic of Now Hampshire For sixteen years It has fought their battles with zeal and ability Entering upon its seventeenth year Its friends shout make Its circulation that many thou sandsAt the last meeting of Division 1 of Manchester N H the Rev John J Lyons was the guest of honor and In an eloquent and Instructive ad press he returned thanks to tho Hibernians for their recent gift of Ii memorial window to St Anne church LAKGEST CLASS In History of St Xavler Will Graduate This Year St Xavlers College will send out tbo largest class in its history whet the graduation exercises are held on the evening of Thursday rune 23 at 8I oclock The Junior boys will have their exercises on Tuesday evening Juno 21 The graduate this year are thirtytwo In number and are all young men of appllca Ion and ability The list of grams ates is as follows Bernard I Baete Paul E howl Ing Coleman A Butler Joseph J Connelly Jesse A Doll W Hugh Duane Thomas P Dlgnan James J Oloeson Francis J Hlgglns Arthur L Hoerter Frederick J tlaag James E Hagan Thomas J Hanley Villlam P Kelly John E Klein Alton J Kolb Edward P Lynch Henry J Martin Charles J Meyer J Barry Meehan Daniel J Morlarty Alphonsus J Ohllgsch lager Louis W Ostorman Edward 3L Parker Martin E Ridge Andrew 1F Renn Richard U Reh Bernard 3 Schleman AloysiuS J Stolten pobl Bernard H Voor George J yeldemer John H Wrocklage Scientific CourseConrad G Iroeker Raymond H Schuman Anthony W Ellers It is very probable that the Ilight Rev Bishop ODonaghue will ie present when the young men receive their diplomas Since coming hih Loulsyllle he has evinced an Intense Interest In Cathollp education and on one occasion at least had a heartto heart talk with the boys of StI 3Cavlora AUNT AND NIECE DIB The family of William J Shaurt neyof 1014 East Brecklnrldge treet wa doubly bereft this week by the death of Mrs Mary Connor Iuntand her niece Miss Lily- haughneaey Mrs Connor was tetyelght year old and bad lived n LoulBVJlle more hatfhalt a pert Lug Her death occurred on Sunday JI1aornlag At that time Mise Shaugh easy wuy rim lndheileth ccurred on Monday Tuning Both lNice were highly reiardN and SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION e 1 Meets at Pasts City Hall bn First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr- SergeantatArmsLouis Roller Sentinel David Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1607 Dumesnil street TreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick 1 Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J ttcYcns Financial SecretaryJohn G lies slon 1710 Balrd- Treasurer7DanIel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon Sergeant atArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 732 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly Recording Secretary John J WlnnTreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms William Callag han Outside Sentinel Michael McDer nott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVII1LE fleets on the First and Third Tuesdays at lfaus Hall PresidentJ G Cole Vice President J B Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc 3rody Financial SecretaryJ E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll SergeantatArmsP Flaherty Inside Sentinel J Flaherty Y 3V3C I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 beets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President John T Kenney First Vice President Dr J A CasperSecond Vice President Sherley Junlff Recording Secretary Robert Os orne Corresponding Secretary William k Link Financial Secretary Frank G tdamstreasurerDpn Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart the double funeral which took place from Holy Trinity church on Wednesday morning was attended by many sorowlng friend- sNCUliSIONE Is Planned by Division 3e A 0I1ror Next t August Division 3 A O H held a Well attended meeting last Monday night and In the absence of President Pat rick T Sullivan the session was pre sided over by State President George J Butler One new momoei was obligated and it was decided to Lave a big Initiation on the night or Wednesday June 29 All the mem bers were glad when It was an nounced that Division 3 had noie on the sick list The Entertainment Committee an nounced that after conferring wltn thp County Board It had been de cided to give an excursion up the river on the evening of August 20 the last Monday In that month Every member promised to lend his test efforts toward making the ex cursion a grand success The session was interesting from tho start though the other business was ofa routine nature The suggestion of President Sullivan met with unanimous apprdval and all voted favorably upon the measures submitted from the County Board GOOD GAMES EXPECTED The Columbian Athletics of Indian apolis will be the opponents of the Portland Stars tomorrow at Portland Park and another high class contest Is expected for the patrons of the popular West End park Tbo Portland club is going at a rapid gait Just now and bids fair to eclipse last seasons remarkable roe PrintingTradesgeneral are looking forward to the game between the Portlands and the rack union printers team of Cln Jlnnatl on July 12 this club being naytonalWashingn I the trades unions of Cincinnati will J accompany them here I T VICTIMS OF ACCIDENT Robert fristy the twelve earold son of Col Jacob Gast and Roeel W Oeorivel4l8inger whethelletAtJutaI hjsungi endermaneet j 1 Ji IRELAND Record of the Molt Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Athy Urban Council has elect ed J Meahen temporary Town Sur veyor Tho death lof John iPhelan Cud dagh Is much regretted In Queens countyPat I Curran who was well known In Longford died suddenly at an ad vanced age The Jate L W Corcoran of En nlscorthy spitI personal estate valued at 100 000 The late Hughes Martin of Cork left personal estate valued at over 110000The County Infirmary has elected Dr Thomas Scanlan as house surgeon- llJobertFrost has been elected n Councillor for the Market ward of the Limerick Corporation Recently the house tof Miss Mar garet McGrath at Omagh was entered and 50 In notes stolen William Halllday has been ap pointed High Sheriff of Limerick to succeed the late W L Stokes At the Coleraine Quarter Sessions Judge Ovorend was presented wlUi white glbves these being no criminal businessAt Riverstown Petty Sessions Captt McVernan J P was fined for having three unlicensed dogs in hi possession Pire destroyed the grocery estab llahmont in Lame ot Robert Craig The net loss was small and was cov ered by 3000 insurance Castlecomer Guardians have elect ed Dr B W Farrell medical officer to fill the vacancy caused by the reo tirement of Dr Michael 0 Hanlon The Most Rev Dr Lyster has ape pointed Rev Matthew Devino ot Foxford to the pastorate of Cool aney in room of the late Rev Daniel Gallagher Rev Martin Healy for many years curate at Balllnrobo was presented with a handsome illuminated address and chalice as a token of esteem and appreciation by his old parishioners The death of William Kennedy hasjj removed from Tullamore a well known Nationalist In his early years ho took part In the Fenian movement and later was a member of many of the local boards The Sligo Corporation has voted congratulations to the Very Rev Canon Cummins on his appointment to the parish of Roscommon Very Rev Father Dooly was anpointed In the place of Canon Cummins or the SlIgo Urban Technical Committee The Manorhamllton Board oi Guardians have apopluted Mrs Mar garet Keany wife of the late Clerk Peter Keany to take up the duties otI the office until June 30 In order to give herself and family the benefit of all moneys coming due under tho laborers act etc The Irish Society has Intimated to the Corporation of Derry their wlllln ness to give 65000 towards rebuild tug Dorry Guildhall destroyed by fire on Easter Sunday 1908 This with the insurance of 38000 will enable the full plans of the City Sur reyor to be carried out without a burden on the rates The 4ast meeting of the Tuaro Town Commissioners was adjourned as a mark of respect tothe memory of the late Father Willie McHugh parish priest of Cummer On the motion of J Daly seconded by M C Shine It was resolved that a public meeting of the people of Tuam be called to take steps towards erecting II memorial to tho deceased pasto- rCOMMENCEMENTS Of Catholic Academies and Colleges Are At Hand The following dates for com men cements have been announced by Catholic schools colleges nn1 academies Presentation Academy June 13 at 10 oclock a m flt Marys College Marion county June 14 10 oclock a m St Catherine of Sienna June 14 10 oclock a m Mount St Marys Emmittsburg Md Juno 15 Loretto Academy Marion county JUno 15 10 oclock at mJ Sacred Heart Academy Cres cent Hill June 15 9 oclock a m Ursullno Academy Shelby and Chestnut streets June 16 2 oclocK pL m Nazareth Academy June 16 930 oclock a m Academy of Our Lady of Mercy East Broadway June 17 930 a m St Benedicts Academy Cedar Grove June 17 2 clock p m St Xaviers College juniors June 21 8 oclqck p m- St Xavlora College seniors Juno 23 8 oclock p m Among the graduates thus far announced are St Catherines of Sienna Missus Marie C Barber Piety 0 Barber nary E Maloney Gladys W Ran lall Emily V Talbott Ursullne Academy Mlsess Anna iandford Olivia Bosse Elizabeth Sullivan literary honorsMisses Eva Otte Elizabeth Schneider music courseMiss Elsie Able Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Misses Jennie E Gnau Susan C Ryan Emma S McBride Clara A Hurst Mary J Keeley and Helen C lathof acred Heart AcademyMisses Ann L Morgan Mary M Ash 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